Arjun Balasingam

Graduate Student

I am a first-year graduate student at MIT CSAIL, working with Hari Balakrishnan and Mohammad Alizadeh. I am supported by a Jacobs Presidential Fellowship and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. My research interests are broadly in networked and mobile systems.

Previously, I was an undergrad at Stanford University, where I graduated with honors and distinction. I worked in the Stanford Networked Systems Group, and was advised by Sachin Katti. I was also mentored by and worked closely with Aaron Schulman.


Detecting if LTE is the Bottleneck with BurstTracker
Arjun Balasingam, Manu Bansal, Rakesh Misra, Kanthi Nagaraj, Rahul Tandra, Sachin Katti, Aaron Schulman.
To appear at MobiCom 2019
[paper] [program]

Enabling Robust, Secure, and Efficient Cellular Networks with Fine-Grained Radio-Layer Analytics
Arjun Balasingam.
Stanford Digital Repository, 2018

Broadcast LTE Data Reveals Application Type
Arjun Balasingam, Manu Bansal, Rakesh Misra, Rahul Tandra, Aaron Schulman, Sachin Katti.
MobiCom 2017
[extended abstract] [poster] [slides] [program]
Awarded 1st Place in ACM MobiCom Student Research Competition!

Rapid Co-optimization of Processing and Circuit Design to Overcome Carbon Nanotube Variations
Gage Hills, Jie Zhang, Max Shulaker, Hai Wei, Chi-Shuen Lee, Arjun Balasingam, H.-S. Philip Wong, Subhasish Mitra.
IEEE Transactions on CAD 2015


Flexure-Enhancing System for Improved Power Generation in a Wind-Powered Piezoelectric System
Arjun Balasingam, James M. Janky.
U.S. Patent No. 9,735,711 (issued 15 August 2017)
[pdf] [overview]