My primary research interest broadly lies at the intersection of Probability theory, Stochastic control, Information theory, and Learning Theory, where I seek to develop new analytical tools for understanding and enhancing the performance of communication and control systems of wide varieties. Presently, I am working with Prof. Eytan Modiano in the Communications and Networking Research Group at LIDS, MIT, to understand the network multicast and broadcast problem from a theoretical standpoint and propose provably optimal and decentralized practical algorithms to address the same. My thesis committee includes Prof. Leandros Tassiulas, Prof. David Gamarnik and Prof. Eytan Modiano.
I obtained my Master's degree from the Electrical Communication Engineering department at the Indian Institute of Science, located at the beautiful city of Bangalore, where I worked with Prof. Anurag Kumar. Some of the highlights of my present and past research works are as follows: