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I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa (Since Aug 2020). Prior to that I was a postdoctoral researcher at Genesys Lab, Northeastern University, Boston, USA with Prof. Kaushik Chowdhury (May 2019-Aug 2020). I defended my Ph.D. at IIIT-Delhi, India, under the guidance of Dr. Vinayak Naik and Dr. Sanjit Kaul (Dec 2012-May 2019). My thesis title is "Understanding the Role of Active Scans for their Better Utilization in Large-scale WiFi Networks".
I work broadly in systems. My research interests are in general pervasive and ubiquitous computing with particular focus on networked systems, large-scale WiFi networks, Internet-of-Things, and mobile computing.
I love to see and demonstrate things working in-the-wild.
Demo paper titled "BubbleNet: Towards developing an IoT-based Physically Distant Classroom For Personal Bubbles" accepted for publication at IEEE ICDCS 2021
Paper titled "ReLy: Machine Learning for Ultra-Reliable, Low Latency Messaging in Industrial Robots" accepted for publication at IEEE Communication Magazine, Feb 2021
Paper titled "Adaptive ViFi: A Dynamic Protocol for IoT Nodes in Challenged WiFi Network Conditions" accepted at IEEE MASS 2020
Paper titled "CSIscan: Learning CSI for Efficient Access Point Discovery in Dense WiFi Networks" accepted at IEEE ICNP 2020