I am currently a post doc fellow at IIT Kanpur where I focus my research on understanding blockchain to identify security threats. At IIT K, I am currently working with Prof. Sandeep Shukla. Previously, before joining IIT K, I worked at Inria in the Mimove team as a Postdoc/research engineer under the supervision of Prof. Valerie Issarny and Dr. Nikolaos Georgantas. At Inria, I focused my research on Semantics Web, Human Mobility and Middleware in the context of large-scale mobile sensing. Before postdoc position, I obtained my PhD from University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris with lab situated at Telecom SudParis, Evry and was guided by Prof. Monique Becker and Dr. Vincent Gauthier. My PhD focused on building algorithms to enhance dissemination across wireless network.
My research interests mainly span the areas related to ICT, especially relating to IoT and related issues. To be specific, within IoT, I am interested in Human Mobility aspects, Semantic technologies for storing IoT data, Network Science, Smart Cities, Big Data and CrowdSourcing. My one of the aims is to build solutions that are secure, enable ubiquitous/large scale computing for problems pertaining to the context of developing countries, and can be easily deployed.
PhD in Computer Science and Telecommunications, 2013
University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France
MS in Computer Science, 2008
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, US
BTech in Information Technology, 2006
Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, India
Design of a parallel processor for Natural Language Processing applications (NLP) project. The project used Xilinx Toolkit and Spartan 3E FPGA.
Research and Developement
The nature of graphs modeling accounts as nodes and transactions as directed edges – for a blockchain, enables us to understand …
A Plethora of data is being generated and made available via sensing technologies including humans. However, there is no comprehensive …
One of the major factor that affects the dymanicity of the neteworks is human mobility. Human mobility has associated properties and …
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