Location: MMCR, 2nd floor, ESE
ESE Seminar Announcement
Title: Designing High Throughput, Low Delay, and Low Complexity Mechanisms for Network Systems
Speaker: Dr. Gagan Gupta, AT&T
Date: 20 February, 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 11 AM
Venue: MMCR, 2nd floor, ESE
Dr Gupta is going to talk about how developments in multi-channel systems (e.g., LTE 4G OFDM) can be exploited to design network mechanisms that have very good performance in a number of different dimensions. I’m very excited about this work because it shows how the full power of techniques from very diverse fields, such as optimization and control, large deviation theory and queuing, and algorithmic complexity can be brought together to solve real-world design problems.
Dr. Gagan Gupta is an IIT Delhi CS B.Tech topper of 2005 batch with PhD in Wireless Networks from Purdue University under Prof. Ness B. Shroff. Dr. Gupta’s main contribution to academia has been in the fields of delay efficient and low complexity scheduling algorithms for switches, ad-hoc wireless networks and OFDM channels. At AT&T he has numerous contributions over the last ten years. His hard work and deep technical expertise has helped revolutionize how AT&T handles service assurance of one of the most massive 4G and 5G networks in the world. He led several industry partnerships to develop and implement those architectures in hardware (ASICs, FPGAs) and software.
ALL ARE WELCOME