>>> Dr. Siddhartha Kundu, Senior Level Consultant, ITRA-HuSim Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Dr. Siddhartha Kundu, Senior Level Consultant, ITRA-HuSim
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To recognizecross-fertilization achievementsbetween IT institutions and X (domain specific) institutions in a team, leading to major interdisciplinary advances in IT-in-X research projects. The award will have 2 levels – Exemplary and Outstanding. The award will consist of a grant, in the amount of: For Exemplary level: 6 L (i.e., 3 L/institution) For Outstanding level: 3LRead More
To recognize a particularly important aspect of ITRA architecture – Partnering Institutions (PINs) in a pyralet advancing their quality with the help of their Lead Institution (LIN). It highlights the high level of importance ITRA associates with inter-institutional collaboration. Award worthy work will be assigned one of two levels – Exemplary and Outstanding. The awardRead More
To recognizeperformance of an ITRA team with respect to each of the four ITRA quality metrics (Research, Impact on Curriculum, Societal Sensitivity Development and Outreach) The award will be in three categories, each for award worthy performance with respectto the following groupings of ITRA performance metrics: (i) Research, (ii) Curricular Impact, and (iii) Societal SensitivityRead More
To encourage potential ITRA teams to be ambitious and come up with bold new ideas as a part of planning for ITRA project activities, particularly for addressing India specific problems. Accordingly, ITRA project proposals will be recognized for innovative, out-of-the-box content. The award will consist of a grant in the amount of Rs. 10 L
To recognize high quality of PhD thesis of students in ITRA teams, in which the individual contributions made in different parts have high coherence and integrative value.PhD theses will be evaluated for quality and impact and those theses meeting a quality threshold will be given the award. This award will be given annually.The award willRead More
To help continuously enhance the quality of PhD research, ITRA will recognize good work done by PhD students annually. The research performance of each student will be evaluated and assigned a performance grade at the end of eachyear, by a panel comprising mainly of technical experts. Awards will be given annually. Award worthy work willRead More
Faculty leadership is central to the success of the ITRA projects. Team awards are aimed at recognizing the leadership of PIs, Co-PIs and other senior personnel for the collaborative achievements made by their teams. There are four types of Team Award Grants: 1. Foresight Award Grant 2. Team Achievement Award Grant 3. Partnership Award GrantRead More
There are two types of Student Awards: 1. PhD Research Award 2. PhD Dissertation Award General Guidelines 1. All awards are planned to be given at the end of a year, based on the performance during the year, applicable to only the following, one year. 2. The awards will be given to individual Students ofRead More
ITRA projects are fundamentally team oriented. Teamwork needs particularly strong attention in Indian academia and research institutions. The awards below are linked to the performance of the ITRA teams (including student researchers) with respect to the fundamental objectives of ITRA. General Guidelines 1. All awards are planned to be given at the end of aRead More
PIs are requested to submitted quarterly report in PDF format. Please download and fill the PDF form and upload it. Instructions: Please rename PDF to <Research Area>-<ProjectName>-<Month of Submission>-<Year of Submission>. For example, for GridSense project submitting report in October 2014, the name of PDF would be Water-GridSense-10-2014.pdf. The reports are not to be signed.Read More
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This award will be given to a LIN-PIN pair, for their joint work leading to noteworthy enhancement in the PIN’s quality, or to an entire pyralet, when all the PINs in a pyralet work closely with the LIN to take advantage of their larger combined scale and derive even greater and noteworthy enhancement in theRead More
Those teams with noteworthy performance in the preceding year with respect to the R&D progress metrics will be recognized with this award. The award will carry a monetary component and given as a top-up grant, beyond the grant amount they receive otherwise during the year.
Among the proposals selected for support in a focus area, those having particularly well-presented, out-of-the-box ideas, approaches and plans for their ITRA activities, particularly for addressing India specific problems, will be given Foresight Award. The award will carry a top-up grant, beyond the grant amount they receive otherwise.
PhD theses being completed by PhD students in ITRA projects will be evaluated every year. Those theses evaluated as award-worthy will be given a “best thesis award”.
This award will be given to those PhD students whose performance during the preceding year is evaluated to be award-worthy. The award will carry a monetary component as well as a ‘citation’.
>>>> Senior Consultants / Program Director Prof Sumit Roy, Senior Consultant, ITRA-Mobile Dr. Rajeev Shorey, Senior Consultant, ITRA-Mobile itra[DOT]fa[DOT]mobile[AT]gmail[DOT]com
>>>> Dr. Arun Pande, Senior Level Consultant, ITRA – Water email@example.com
Presented at IEEE VTC Authors: Dileep Kumar Verma, Shankar Prakriya Abstract—In this paper, we consider a cellular communication system with half-duplex regenerative relays, and propose a dynamic spectrum access (DSA)-based protocol for simultaneous uplink transmission in the same frequency band as the downlink transmission. The proposed protocol facilitates better frequency utilization. In this protocol, relayRead More
Presented at IEEE PIMRC Authors: Komal Janghel, Shankar Prakriya Abstract—We consider a two-hop primary network with a multi-antenna primary base-station (PBS) communicating to its distant primary receiver (PR) through a relay, and a secondary network with one of several energy harvesting secondary trans- mitters (STs) communicating to the secondary base-station (SBS). In this paper we proposeRead More
Presented at Conference: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 29 – July 4, Honolulu, HI, USA Authors: S. Sreekumar, S R B Pillai, B K Dey Abstract—We consider a multiple access system (MAC) with bursty arrivals. The transmissions are grouped into slots and the users are frame-synchronized. At the start of each time slot,Read More
Presented at Conference: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 29 – July 4, Honolulu, HI, USA Authors: M. Mishra, B. K. Dey, V. Prabhakaran, S. Diggavi Abstract—We consider oblivious transfer between Alice and Bob in the presence of an eavesdropper Eve when there is a broadcast channel from Alice to Bob and Eve. InRead More
Presented at Conference: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 29 – July 4, Honolulu, HI, USA Authors: A. Budkuley, B. K. Dey, V. Prabhakaran Abstract—In this paper, the problem of writing on a dirty paper in the presence of jamming is examined. We consider an AWGN channel with an additive white Gaussian state andRead More
Presented at Conference: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), June 29 – July 4, Honolulu, HI, USA Authors: A. Budkuley, B. K. Dey, V. Prabhakaran Abstract—We study correlated jamming in joint source- channel communication systems. An i.i.d. source is to be communicated over a memoryless channel in the presence of a correlated jammer with non-causalRead More
Presented at Conference: ACM eEnergy, June 11 – 13, Cambridge, UK Authors: Manaswi Saha (Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology – Delhi (IIITD)); Shailja Thakur (Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology – Delhi (IIITD)); Amarjeet Singh (Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology – Delhi (IIITD)); Yuvraj Agarwal (Carnegie Mellon University (CMU))
Presented at Conference: ACM eEnergy, June 11 – 13, Cambridge, UK Authors: Nipun Batra (IIIT Delhi); Jack Kelly (Imperial College, London); Oliver Parson (University of Southampton); Haimonti Dutta (Columbia University); William Knottenbelt (Imperial College, London); Alex Rogers (University of Southampton); Amarjeet Singh (IIIT Delhi); Mani Srivastava (UCLA)
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Date: September 28-30, 2011 ITRA-Water_SFM Report