My research interests are broadly in communication networks, with emphasis on performance modeling and analysis. Current directions include energy harvesting sensor networks, broadband wireless access and routing,
cognitive/white-space access networks, smart grid networks, and IoT communications.
Notice to the prospective doctoral research students (2019-20, July entry)
I am looking to recruit ONE or TWO doctoral research students for working broadly in the area of Next-generation wireless communications (IoT communications, energy harvesting communications, QoS/QoE support over wireless links, smart grid networks, cross-layer optimization). The students are expected to have degrees in Electrical Communication/Computer Engineering or allied areas with strong mathematical background. Interest/capability of working on hardware systems (implementation/experimentation using SDR/USRP kits and embedded hardware systems) will be added advantage.
(i) Regular IIT Delhi PhD: Selection process will follow regular shortlisting criteria in the Department of Electrical Engineering/ Bharti School of Telecommunication at IIT Delhi.
(ii) IIT Delhi - University of Queensland (IITD-UQ) dual-PhD: A tentative research project details is available at: https://www.uqidar.org/research/research-projects/ (project # UQIDAR 00161), which is subject to be fine-tuned. The application link (due date April 14, 2019) is: https://www.uqidar.org/students/how-to-apply/. For further queries, applicant may contact at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Selection process will be completed by May 7, 2019, the outcome is expected by around June 5, 2019, and the successful students will commence from July 1, 2019.
If your qualification and interests match as stated above, and if you have already applied or planning to apply for admission (i) in the Department of Electrical Engineering and/or Bharti School of Telecommunication at IIT Delhi, or (ii) for the IITD-UQ program, you may contact me over email with detailed resume - including course-wise grades/marks, research background, and publications, for further discussions.
Department of Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110016, India
Email: s w a d e s d    AT e e DOT i i t d DOT a c DOT i n