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At present, I am working as a Senior Software Engineer at Federated Wireless.

I received my PhD in Computer Science from the University of Utah in 2015. I was advised by Dr. Sneha Kasera and Dr. Jacobus Van Der Merwe. My dissertation was on Designing Novel, Efficient Future Communication Systems Leveraging Network and Application Collaboration.

My research interest lies broadly in the area of Cloud Computing, Mobile networking, and systems. My PhD research focus was on designing scalable and flexible mobile networks to efficiently accommodate future application requirements. I explored unique challenges and requirements associated with rapidly growing machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) communications in the context of mobile networks, and how application cognizance combined with emerging technologies like network function virtualization and software defined networking can be utilized to address these challenges. My work involved algorithm and architecture design, prototype implementations in real LTE/EPC testbeds, and large scale data-driven simulations. Previously, I had also worked on research problems related to privacy and security vulnerabilities in wireless signal-based localization techniques.

I was actively involved in the PhantomNet project. PhantomNet is a mobility testbed, providing researchers with a set of hardware and software resources that they can use to develop, debug, and evaluate their mobility designs. If you are looking for an end-to-end LTE/EPC testbed to carry out your research experiments , feel free to contact the PhantomNet group.

In the past, I have done internships at At&t Labs Research (Summer 2012, Summer 2013) and at NEC Laboratories America (Summer 2014).

I obtained my Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering (BCSE) from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. Prior to joining the UoU in Fall 2010, I have worked as a software engineer for three years at the EDA vendor Atrenta (now Synopsys) in Noida, India.

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