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prem.singh@iiitb.ac.in

Education : Ph.D. (IIT Kanpur)

Prem Singh received B. Tech degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from U.P. Technical University Lucknow in 2006, and M. Tech and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, in 2011 and 2020 respectively. His research interests lie in the area of parameter estimation and transceiver design for 5G and next-generation wireless technologies including Filter Bank Multicarrier (FBMC), Orthogonal Time-Frequency space (OTFS), massive MIMO and Millimeter-wave. He worked as Project Executive Officer on the Indigenous 5G TestBed project, where he developed hardware and software algorithms for an end-to-end 3GPP compliant 5G-NR Testbed. His interests also lie in the area of designing practical 4G/5G wireless systems using 3GPP standards.

Areas


Welcome to my webpage! Research positions are available for prospective PhD, Masters, and Undergraduate students to work in the following state-of-the-art areas of 5G and next-generation wireless systems. If interested, please drop me an email with your resume. Please visit my research profile (Publications / Research) for more details. My research interests lie in the area of signal processing for communications including parameter estimation, optimization, sparse signal processing, and transceiver design for 5G and next-generation wireless technologies. In particular, I focus on i) channel estimation; ii) carrier frequency and timing offset estimation; iii) receiver design and performance optimization; iv) throughput analysis; and v) blind modulation classification for the following 5G/6G wireless technologies.

  • Orthogonal time-frequency space (OTFS): It is a recently proposed two-dimensional waveform for high-mobility communication in 6G. OTFS places information symbols in the delay-Doppler domain to exploit the property that a highly time-varying channel appears almost stationary in the delay-Doppler domain.
  • Filter bank multicarrier (FBMC): One of the waveforms which may replace OFDM in future wireless communications systems due to its robustness against practical impairments such as carrier frequency offset and timing offset.
  • Millimetre-Wave (mmWave) Communication: It is one of the key technologies being used in 5G deployment. It allows mobile operators to address the massive increase in mobile data demand and to expand 5G into fixed wireless, enterprise, and industrial applications.
  • Massive MIMO: It is another key technology being used in 5G deployment. It involves the application of MIMO technology on a much larger scale for greater network coverage and higher throughput and capacity gains promised by 5G.
  • Machine Learning for Communication: Modern machine learning techniques provide ample opportunities to enable intelligent communication designs by addressing various problems such as signal detection, classification, and sparse signal recovery
  • Design of Practical 5G Systems: My research in this area focuses on designing hardware and developing signal processing algorithms for mmWave- and massive MIMO-aided end-to-end 5G-new radio wireless systems using 3GPP standards.

News


  • [August 2022]  Our paper on low complexity linear receiver design for massive MIMO-OTFS got accepted in IEEE Communications letters.
  • [August 2022]  Abhishek Mishra and Mourya Choubey, students of NIT Raipur, have completed their internship on "Physical Downlink Shared Channel (PDSCH) for 5G-NR."
  • [July 2022]  Our paper got shortlisted for the best student paper award at the IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), Bangalore.
  • [July 2022]  Our paper on Semi-Blind Technique for Frequency Selective Channel Estimation in Millimeter-Wave MIMO Coded FBMC System got accepted in IEEE SPCOM organised by IISc Bangalore.
  • [June 2022]  Two research papers from my group were selected by the IEEE Communication Society for the best readings for channel estimation and multiple antenna and multiple access for OTFS and delay-Doppler signal processing [see my publications for details].
  • [May 2022]  Our paper on SBL aided Estimation of Doubly-Selective MIMO Channels for FBMC Systems got accepted in IEEE Transactions on Communication.
  • [April 2022]  Got a project "3GPP Compliant PUCCH design for 5G-NR USer". Funding Agency: SpanIdea Systems Pvt. Ltd.
  • [March 2022] Organised a workshop "5G-NR Physical Layer: Modeling, Technologies and Standards" with the IIITB COMET foundation. The Workshop received 400+ registrations.
  • [Feb 2022] Our paper on BER analysis of ZF OTFS systems got accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Communication.
  • [Jan 2022] Our paper on low-complexity receiver design for OTFS systems got accepted for publication in IEEE Open Journal on Communications.
  • [Dec 2021] Our paper on Low-Complexity LMMSE Receiver for Practical Pulse-Shaped MIMO-OTFS Systems got accepted in IEEE WCNC 2022.
  • [Nov 2021] Two book chapters got accepted for publication in the book "A Glimpse Beyond 5G in Wireless Networks" by the publisher Springer Nature.
  • [October 2021] My PhD thesis got shortlisted for the final round of the INAE Innovative Student Project Award 2021
  • [August 2021] Our paper on receiver design for OTFS systems using superimposed pilots got accepted in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
  • [July 2021] Our paper on uplink transmission in multi-cell massive MIMO-FBMC systems over Ricean fading got accepted in IEEE VTC-fall 2021
  • [July 2021] Our paper on Closed-form BER for ZF OTFS receiver got accepted for publication in IEEE SPAWC 2021, Lucca Italy.
  • [July 2021] Joined International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB), India as an Assistant Professor.
  • [March 2021] Two papers on OTFS receiver design got accepted in IEEE ICC 2021 Workshop on OTFS for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications, Montreal, Canada
  • [Jan 2021] Got selected as an assistant professor at IIIT Bangalore
  • [Dec 2020] Got the Best PhD Thesis Award in the 4th IEEE conference on Information Communication Technology organized by IIIT Kanchipuram
  • [Oct. 2020] Our paper on Bayesian learning-based channel estimation for mmWave Hybrid MIMO-FBMC Systems got accepted in IEEE Transactions on Communications
  • Two research papers got selected by the IEEE Communication Society for the best readings for channel estimation and multiple antenna and multiple access for OTFS and delay-Doppler signal processing.

  • Finalist for the best student paper award in IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), Bangalore, India, Jul. 2022.

  • Finalist (top two) for the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) Innovative Student Project Award 2021 at the doctoral level
  • Best PhD Thesis award in the 4th IEEE International Conference on Information and Communication Technology (CICT) 2020 organized by IIIT Kancheepuram, India
  • The outstanding teaching Assistant award in 2019 by the Dept. of EE at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  • Got Excellent Teaching Feedback on the subject of Signals and Systems and Digital Communication during the pre-PhD experience
  • Awarded with the Student Travel Grant in 2018 from IEEE ComSoc to present a paper in its flagship conference GLOBECOM
  • Served as the Convener of SBRA (hostel for married students at IIT Kanpur) in the session 2016-2017

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers


  • Mudasir Ahamad, Prem Singh, R. Budhiraja, "Low-Complexity MMSE Receiver Design For Massive MIMO OTFS Systems," IEEE Communications Letters, 2022 [To Appear].
  • Prem Singh, Suraj Srivastava, Amrita Mishra, Aditya K. Jagannatham and L Hanzo, "Sparse Bayesian Learning Aided Estimation of Doubly-Selective MIMO Channels for Filter Bank Multicarrier Systems" IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2022 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, Khushboo Yadav, Himanshu B. Mishra and Rohit Budhiraja, "BER Analysis For OTFS Zero Forcing Receiver" IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2022 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, Abhishek Gupta, Himanshu B. Mishra and Rohit Budhiraja, "Low-Complexity ZF/MMSE MIMO-OTFS Receivers For High-Speed Vehicular Communication" IEEE Open Journal of the Communications Society, 2022 [Link] (picked by the IEEE Communication Society for the best reading in OTFS and delay-Doppler signal processing under channel estimation and multiple antenna and multiple access categories)
  • Himanshu B. Mishra, Prem Singh, Abhishek K. Prasad and Rohit Budhiraja, "OTFS Channel Estimation And Data Detection Designs With Superimposed Pilots" IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2021 [Link] (picked by the IEEE Communication Society for the best reading in OTFS and delay-Doppler signal processing under channel estimation and multiple antenna and multiple access categories.)
  • Suraj Srivastava, Prem Singh, Aditya K Jagannatham, Abhay Karandikar and Lajos Hanzo, "Bayesian Learning-Based Doubly-Selective Sparse Channel Estimation for Millimeter Wave Hybrid MIMO-FBMC-OQAM” IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 529--543, 2021 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, Suraj Srivastava, Aditya K Jagannatham and Lajos Hanzo, "Second-Order Statistics-Based Semi-Blind Techniques for Channel Estimation in Millimeter-Wave MIMO Analog and Hybrid Beamforming.” IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 68, no. 11, pp. 6886--6901, 2020 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, H. B. Mishra, A. K. Jagannatham, K. Vasudevan, and L. Hanzo. "Uplink sum-rate and power scaling laws for multi-user massive MIMO-FBMC systems," IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 68, no. 1, pp. 161--176, 2020 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, H. B. Mishra, A. K. Jagannatham, and K. Vasudevan, "Semi-blind, training, and data-aided channel estimation schemes for MIMO-FBMC-OQAM Systems," IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 67, no. 18, pp. 4668--4682, 2019 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, R. Budhiraja, and K. Vasudevan, "Probability of error in MMSE detection for MIMO-FBMC-OQAM Systems," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 68, no. 8, pp. 8196--8200, 2019 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, R. Budhiraja, and K. Vasudevan, "SER analysis of MMSE combining for MIMO FBMC-OQAM systems with imperfect CSI," IEEE Communications Letters, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 226--229, 2019 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, R. Budhiraja, and K. Vasudevan. "Receivers for VBLAST FBMC-OQAM Systems," IEEE Communications Letters, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 767--771, 2020 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, E. Sharma, R. Budhiraja, and K. Vasudevan, "CFO and channel estimation for frequency selective MIMO-FBMC/OQAM systems." IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 844--847, 2018 [Link].
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan, "Training-based frequency synchronization and highly frequency selective channel estimation for OFDM/OQAM systems," IET Communications, vol. 13, no. 18, pp. 2895--2903, 2019 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, and K. Vasudevan, "Time domain channel estimation for MIMO-FBMC/OQAM systems," Springer Wireless Personal Communications, vol. 108, no. 4, pp. 2159--2178, 2019 [Link].
  • Shivani Singh, Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan, "Uplink Sum Rate Analysis of Multi-User Massive MIMO-OFDM/OQAM Systems in Ricean Fading," IET Communications, vol. 14, no. 11, pp. 1773--1782, 2020 [Link].

 

Book Chapters


  • Prem Singh and Ekant Sharma, Chapter Title: "FBMC: A Waveform Candidate for Beyond 5G", accepted for publication in Springer Nature, Book Title: "A Glimpse Beyond 5G in Wireless Networks", Publisher: Springer Nature [to appear].
  • Ekant Sharma and Prem Singh, Chapter title: "Full-duplex Multi-hop Communication for Beyond 5G ", accepted for publication in Springer Nature, Book Title: "A Glimpse Beyond 5G in Wireless Networks", Publisher: Springer Nature [to appear].

 

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers 


  • Murali Pavuluri, Prem Singh, Vikram M. Gadre and Aditya K. Jagannatham, "Semi-Blind Technique for Frequency Selective Channel Estimation in Millimeter-Wave MIMO Coded FBMC System", IEEE SPCOM, IISc Bangalore, 2022 [To appear]
  • Shashank Tiwari, Prem Singh, and Rohit Budhiraja, "Low-Complexity LMMSE Receiver for Practical Pulse-Shaped MIMO-OTFS Systems."  In IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), Austin, TX, USA, 2022 [Link].
  • Shivani Singh, Prem Singh, Saurabh Sahu, Himanshu B. Mishra and K. Vasudevan, "Uplink Transmission in MU Multi-Cell Massive MIMO-FBMC Systems over Ricean Fading."  Accepted for publication in IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC)-Fall, Norman, OK, USA 2021 [Link].
  • Khushboo Yadav, Prem Singh, Himanshu B. Mishra and Rohit Budhiraja,” Closed Form BER For ZF OTFS Receivers”  in IEEE  International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC), Lucca, Italy 2021 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, Himanshu B. Mishra and Rohit Budhiraja, "Low-Complexity Linear MIMO-OTFS Receiver.” in IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) workshop on OTFS for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications, Montreal, Canada, 2021 [Link].
  • Himanshu B. Mishra, Prem Singh, Abhishek K. Prasad, and Rohit Budhiraja, "Iterative Channel Estimation and Data Detection in OTFS Using Superimposed Pilots.” in IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) workshop on OTFS for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications, Montreal, Canada, 2021 [Link].
  • Prem Singh, Bagadi Usha Rani, Himanshu B. Mishra and K. Vasudevan, "Neighbourhood Detection-based ZF-V-BLAST Architecture for MIMO-FBMC-OQAM Systems." Proc. of IEEE International Conference on global communications (GLOBECOM) 2018, Abu Dhabi, UAE [Link].
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan. "MIMO-FBMC Channel Estimation with Limited, and Imperfect Knowledge of Channel Correlations." Proc. of 25th IEEE National conference on communications (NCC), 21-24 Feb 2019, Bangalore, India [Link].
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan. "CFO and channel estimation for SIMO-FBMC/OQAM systems." Proc. of 23rd IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC), pp. 1-6, 2017, Perth, Australia [Link]. 
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan. "Frequency Synchronization and Channel Estimation for OFDM/OQAM Signals Transmitted Through Rayleigh Fading Channels." Proc. of 23rd IEEE National conference on communications (NCC), 2017, Chennai, India [Link].
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan. "Preamble-based synchronization for OFDM/OQAM systems in AWGN channel." Proc. of 4th IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks (SPIN), India, 2017, pp. 60-65 [Link].
  • Prem Singh and K. Vasudevan. "Near optimum detection of TCM signals in coloured noise." in IEEE 5th International Conference on Internet Multimedia Systems Architecture and Application, 2011 [Link].
  • Patra, Radhashyam, ArunanshuMahapatro, Himanshu B. Mishra, Prem Singh, and Sonali Panda. "PAPR and CCDF Analysis of Superimposed Training Sequence-based MIMO-FBMC OQAM Systems." in IEEE Region 10 Conference (TENCON), pp. 1489-1493, 2019 [Link].

NC 605: Mobile Computing (5G-Next Generation RAN Signaling) (July-Nov 2022)


Due to diverse use cases of 5G and beyond wireless systems, the requirements of a communication network are becoming more demanding (with respect to QoS and reliability, etc.).The networks over which the data traverses are becoming heterogeneous since communication devices cross through different versions of cellular networks (3G, 4G, 5G, beyond 5G and WiFi). This leads to complex signalling and system design for 5G and beyond wireless systems. Due to massive demand from customers/users, many companies are working to solve problems related to it. 

This course offers a complete understanding of the 5G Next-Generation Radio Access Network (5G NG-RAN) Signallingof protocols implemented in the NG-RAN. The course presents the 5G architecture with its nodes, interfaces and protocol stacks and describes protocols through the functions and services they provide. The course focuses on the details of the NR interface signalling exchanged between the UE and the network. However, the most important aspects of other NG-RAN interfaces are also covered. Most important network procedures, such as signalling connection establishment, registration, service request and handover, are discussed and presented on signalling diagrams. The course is based on the 3GPP Release 15.

The tentative course contents are given below:

Overview of 4G/5G Air Interface: Overview of FDMA principles, 4G/5G radio interface introduction: Channel structure (logical channels, transport channels and physical channels), Time domain structure for FDD and TDD, Frequency domain structure, Scheduling Block, Virtual Resource Block (localized and distributed type), System spectral efficiency. Overview of 4G/5G downlink/uplink physical channels and reference signals, an overview of physical layer procedures.
Overview of 4G (LTE)-RAN Signalling: LTE/ System Architecture Evolution (SAE) architecture, LTE protocol architecture, Non-Access Stratum (NAS), Radio Resource Control (RRC), S1 Application Protocol (S1AP), X2 Application Protocol (X2AP), GPRS Tunneling Protocol -Control (GTP-C), Non-3GPP related access, LTE security, Packet Data Convergence Protocol (PDCP), Radio Link Control (RLC), Medium Access Control (MAC).

5G Next Generation (NG)-Radio Access Network (RAN) Signalling:
5G system architecture: Overall network architecture, Nodes, functions and interfaces, 5G identities. 5G protocol architecture:  Introduction (SAP, OSI model), NG-RAN protocol layer, Non-access stratum (NAS) and access stratum (AS), User plane Control plane, QoS flow, profile, architecture, Radio interface structure, 3GPP Technical specifications for 5G.

Non-Access Stratum (NAS): Domain selection, Network slicing, 5G Core Network (5GC) mobility management, 5G System (5GS) session management.

Radio Resource Control (RRC): RRC protocol architecture, RRC services and functions, Signalling Radio Bearers (SRBs), RRC procedures and messages. NG

Application Protocol (NGAP): NGAP protocol architecture, NGAP procedures. Xn Application protocol (XnAP): XnAP protocol architecture, XnAP procedures. F1

Application protocol (F1AP): F1AP protocol architecture, F1AP procedures.

Mobility: Intra-NR, measurements, mobility in RRC_IDLE, RRC_INACTIVE and RRC_CONNECTED, Inter RAT, Roaming and access restrictions.

5G security: Security architecture, 5G key hierarchy, Authentication, NAS security, RRC security Security of non-3GPP access

SDAP (Service Data Adaption Protocol): SDAP protocol architecture, SDAP services and functions SDAP procedures, SDAP PDU formats. Packet Data

Convergence Protocol (PDCP): PDCP protocol architecture, PDCP services and functions, PDCP procedures, PDCP PDU formats.

Radio link control (RLC): RLC protocol architecture, RLC services and functions, RLC procedures and parameters, RLC PDU formats.

Medium Access Control (MAC): MAC protocol architecture, MAC services and functions, MAC procedures and parameters, MAC PDU formats

New Radio (NR) physical layer: NR physical layer structure, Downlink physical channels and signals (P-SS, S-SS, PBCH, PT-RS, DM-RS, CSI-RS, PDCCH, PDSCH), Uplink physical channels and signals (PT-RS, DM-RS, SRS, PUCCH, PUSCH, PRACH).

Overview of 5G-NG ORAN Architecture

AI 833: Probabilistic Machine Learning (PML) (Jan-April 2022)


Objective: Probabilistic models for data are ubiquitous in many areas of science and engineering, and specific domains such as visual and language understanding, finance, healthcare, biology, climate informatics, etc.  In machine learning, uncertainty comes in many forms. For example:

  • We may want probabilistic predictions (e.g., probability that a transaction is a fraud)
  • We may have imprecise/noisy data. Need to model the noise/uncertainty. Can do it using the appropriate pdf.
  • Due to data scarcity, there may be uncertainty in the estimated model parameters and predictions. Thus, we may be interested in learning a probability distribution over parameters and predictions.
  • Sequential decision-making: Estimate of model's uncertainty can “guide" us. For Example, given the current estimate of a function uncertainty over the input space, where should we acquire the next observation? 
  • Sometimes we may be interested in learning the underlying probability distribution of data.  Learning the distribution can enable us to understand and also generate new data.
This course adopts the view that the best way to solve such problems is to use the tools of probability theory.  The probabilistic approach to machine learning is closely related to the field of statistics but differs slightly in terms of its emphasis and terminology. This course will be an advanced introduction to probabilistic models of data for a wide variety of real-world applications, and a deep dive into advanced inference and optimization methods used to learn such probabilistic models. This is an advanced course and ideally suited for students who i) want to gain advanced knowledge in this area; and ii) are doing research in this area or are interested in doing research in this area. 

Prerequisite: Prior background in machine learning (ideally through formal coursework), and prior exposure to principles of probabilistic modeling. The students are expected to have strong foundations in probability and statistics, linear algebra, and optimization, and must also be proficient in programming in MATLAB or Python.

 

 EC 303: Principles of Communication Systems (POC) (Jan-April 2022)


Objective: The aim of this course is to make students understand and analyze the fundamentals of analog and digital communication transmitter and receiver designs. The concepts of these designs are used in building 3G, 4G, and 5G wireless systems. The students will learn about the required theoretical tools and engineering challenges in building such wireless communication systems. The students will also have an opportunity to do projects which will allow them to experiment on practical analog and digital communication systems.

Prerequisite: Signals and Systems

 EC 303: Principles of Communication Systems (POC) (Fall-2021)


Objective: The aim of this course is to make students understand and analyze the fundamentals of analog and digital communication transmitter and receiver designs. The concepts of these designs are used in building 3G, 4G, and 5G wireless systems. The students will learn about the required theoretical tools and engineering challenges in building such wireless communication systems. The students will also have an opportunity to do projects allowing them to experiment with practical analog and digital communication systems.

Prerequisite: Signals and Systems

5G Testbed Project


Before joining IIIT Bangalore, I worked in the EE department at IIT Kanpur as a Project Executive Officer on the Indigenous 5G Testbed Project funded by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Govt. of India. The project aims to build an end-to-end testbed that closely resembles a real-world 5G deployment including enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), Ultra low latency communication (URLLC) and Massive machine type communication (mMTC), both in sub 6 GHz and millimeter wave frequency (24.25 GHz to 52.6 GHz) bands. The 5G Testbed hardware is divided into two parts: a remote radio head (RRH) unit and a baseband unit (BBU, which communicate to each other using a highspeed optical fronthaul link. My key contributions for the 5G testbed projects are as follows.

BBU Hardware Design and Testing


The BBU consists of an FPGA based baseband card and a server, which communicate using a PCIe interface. We designed FPGA based baseband card with PCIe form-factor by collaborating with the industries. The baseband card, whose bird eye view is shown below, performs physical laying baseband signal processing at the 5G testbed base station. Nine such baseband cards sit in a server. One server can control nine RRH units (equivalent to 3 cell sites). One BBU can control three cell sites, and if we have to control more cell sites, we can keep stacking multiple servers in a server rack. I also performed complete testing of the baseband card after fabrication.

Fig: Baseband Card (Bird Eye View) 

 

Design and Testing of 3GPP Complaint Control and Data Channels for 5G-NR


We designed physical layer signal processing algorithms for the control and data channels, namely PDCCH (physical downlink control channel), PUCCH(physical uplink control channel), PDSCH (physical downlink shared channel) and PUSCH (physical uplink shared channel), using the 3GPP standards (release 15) for 5G-New Radio. The algorithms were designed using Vivado HLS (Xilinx’s high-level synthesis tool) and benchmarked with their respective MATLAB chains, both before and after implementing on the hardware. Various signal processing blocks of the PDSCH, PDCCH and PBCH transmit chains at the base station are shown below.

I am looking for motivated students interested in working on state-of-the-art problems in 5G and next-generation wireless communications systems. There are no specific prerequisites, please send me an email with your resume, if interested. Please see Research/Publications/Cunsultency tabs for more details.

Research Collaborators and Co-authors


  • Prof Aditya K. Jagannatham, IIT Kanpur [Link]
  • Prof K. Vasudevan, IIT Kanpur [Link]
  • Prof Rohit Budhiraja, IIT Kanpur [Link].
  • Prof L. Hanzo, University of Southampton, U.K. [Link]
  • Dr Himanshu B. Mishra, Assistant Professor, IIT Dhanbad [Link]
  • Dr Ekant Sharma, Assistant Professor, IIT Roorkee [Link]
  • Suraj Srivastav, PhD Scholar, IIT Kanpur [Link]

Education


  • July 2014 - June 2020, PhD, Electrical Engineering, IIT Kanpur, India.
  • July 2009 - June 2011, M.Tech, Electrical Engineering, IIT Kanpur, India.
  • July 2003 - June 2006, B.Tech, Electronics and Communication Engineering, UP Technical University, Lucknow.
  • July 1999 - June 2002, Diploma in Electrical Engineering, Board of Technical Education Delhi.

Employment


  • July 2021 - Present, Assistant Professor, IIIT Bangalore, India.
  • Oct. 2019 - June 2021, Project Executive officer, the Indigenous 5G Testbed project, IIT Kanpur, India.
  • Aug. 2011 - July 2014, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Graphic Era University Dehradun, India.

Services


Regular reviewer for research articles in

  • IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
  • IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
  • IEEE Transactions on Communications
  • IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
  • IEEE Transactions on Signal and Information Processing over Networks
  • IEEE Wireless Communications Letters
  • IEEE Communications Letters
  • IEEE System Journal
  • IEEE Access.

Talks


  • Talk on "PHY Layer Processing for 5G-NR Base Station  Design" in Samvaad-2021, IIIT Bangalore [Link]
  • Talk on Low-Complexity Linear Receiver Design for MIMO-OTFS Systems n IEEE ICC 2021 Workshop on   OTFS for 6G and Future High-mobility Communications, Montreal, Canada [Link]