Archived Updates

  • [20 Apr. 2017]: Saurabh Khanna won the best presentation award in the signal processing session at the EECS Divisional Symposium held on Apr. 7-8, 2017 at the Faculty Hall, IISc! Certificate!
  • [28 Feb. 2017]: Proposal for a GIAN course: Wireless Protocols and Spectrum Regulation Policies for IoT.
  • [10 Dec. 2016]: My PhD thesis advisor was selected for this year's SPS Technical Achievement Award for fundamental contributions to array processing and sparsity-based signal processing! Congratulations Prof. Rao!
  • [05 Nov. 2016]: Chandra Murthy was re-elected to the Signal Processing for Communications and Networking Technical Committee of the IEEE Signal Processing Society for the years 2017-2019.
  • [30 Mar. 2016]: Ranjitha Prasad wins the The Seshagiri Kaikini Medal for the best PhD dissertation from the ECE Department for the years 2014-15. Congratulations Ranjitha!
  • [16 Mar. 2016]: Sireesha Madabhushi's nomination for the Cisco PhD Scholarship was successful! Congratulations Sireesha! Click here for a photo!
  • [18 Sep. 2015]: Geethu Joseph's nomination for the Intel India PhD Fellowships program was successful! Congratulations Geethu!
  • [26 June 2015]: Geethu Joseph wins the Prof. I S N Murthy medal for securing the highest GPA in ME Signal Processing. Congratulations Geethu!
  • [25 May 2015]: Abhay Sharma successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis!
  • Slides from my recent tutorial on Bayesian methods for sparse signal recovery: click here.
  • [10 Mar 2015]: Ranjitha Prasad successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis!
  • [29 Jan. 2015]: Parthajit Mohapatra successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis!
  • Video recording of Abhay Sharma's PhD colloquium: click here. Some notes:
    • The recording started 5 minutes before the start of the colloquium - skip them!
    • It may be better to right-click the video, select “save video as”, and save a local copy before starting to view it.
  • [16 Jan. 2015]: Sanjeev G. successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis!
  • The following paper from the SPC Lab won the NCC 2014 best paper award in the communications track:
    R. Prasad and C. R. Murthy, “Joint Approximately Group Sparse Channel Estimation and Data Detection in MIMO-OFDM Systems Using Sparse Bayesian Learning”, Proc. National Conference on Communications (NCC), IIT Kanpur, Feb. 2014. pdf

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