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I defended my Ph.D. at IIIT-Delhi, India, Wireless Systems Lab of Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Research Group. My advisors were Dr. Vinayak Naik and Dr. Sanjit Kaul. 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.
- Reviewer for TMC 2020
- Full Paper titled "Spectrum Awareness at the Edge: Modulation Classification Using Smartphones" accepted at DySPAN 2019
- Reviewer for Mobiquitous 2019
- Successfully Defended Ph.D. Thesis [Video, Slides, Presentation+Audio, Thesis] April 22, 2019
- Full paper accepted at WoWMoM 2019 on detecting causes of active scans
- Reviewer for Pervasive and Mobile Computing 2019
- Conducted Hands on tutorial on Linux Kernel Modules, WoCS 2018 @ Ashoka University
- Received ACM Travel Grant for attending Mobicom 2018