Events at IIIT-D
Talk by Dr. Rachit Bhatia, a Space Safety Analytics and Research Lead, LeoLabs, USA on Statistical risk assessment techniques for SSA.
Interaction of prospective PhD students with ECE faculty on 31st Mar 2023
Talk by Prof. David Gesbert, Director EURECOM, France & Fellow, IEEE on 24th Mar 2023
Talk by Dr. Arani Bhattacharya on Optimizing Quality of Experience of 360-degree Video Streaming.
Talk by Dr. Gourab Ghatak on "Binomial Line Cox Processes - Statistical Characterization and Applications in Wireless Networks".
The ECE department is organizing INDUSTRY DAY on 21st Jan 2023.
Welcome to Department of Electronics & Communications Engineering
The ECE Department's mission is to carry out advanced research and development in various areas of Electronics & Communication Engineering with different application domains,and to train and educate, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engineers of outstanding ability who can become innovators and new product creators.
The vision of the department is to be a world class department which:
- Is globally respected for its research capability, with some research groups being considered as among the leaders globally and within the country.
- Has thriving UG and PG programs
- Is socially relevant, globally linked and industry facing
News and Events
A paper titled "Priority Based V2V Data Offloading Scheme for FiWi based Vehicular Network using Reinforcement Learning," by Akshita Gupta, Saurabh Jaiswal, Vivek Ashok Bohara, and Anand Srivastava has been accepted for publication in Vehicular Communications, 2023
Intelligent vehicular network is one of the popular paradigms for sixth-generation (6G) networks. With the growth in vehicular traffic density, it is essential to ensure safety and security by providing ultra reliable low latency (URLL) services for vehicular communication. Moreover, along with the URLL services, it is also essential that these services are energy-efficient. These requirements can be fulfilled by the integration of optical fiber at the back-end with wireless front-end, commonly referred to as fiber-wireless (FiWi) networks. In this work, we consider a FiWi-based vehicular network that consists of a optical fiber back-end network with wireless vehicular-to-infrastructure (V2I) network at the front-end. Specifically, to ensure that high priority vehicular traffic have lower latency and energy consumption, we propose a reinforcement learning (RL) based double deep $Q$-network (DDQN) scheme that chooses the cluster-head for vehicular communication. The proposed algorithm uses energy and latency aware cluster-head selection that meets the intelligent transportation system (ITS) requirements. The proposed algorithm is compared with the non-RL-based approach such as, random and max-queue based cluster-head selection. The simulation results demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed algorithm in terms of energy, latency, throughput, and reliability.
Funding for project titled "NavISense: Design and Prototype of NavIC Signal Processing Accelerator on Heterogeneous System-on-Chip for Remote Sensing"
Congratulations to Sumit Darak, Sanat Biswas, and Shobha Sundar Ram for project funding for a duration of 5 years.Funding Agency is Chips to Startup (C2S) .Also ,IIIT Delhi VLSI students will receive access to EDA tools, advanced FPGA boards, and fabrication support through this project.
Lab2Market2023 event organized by INDIAai.
Congratulations to Prof. Anubha Gupta, IIIT Delhi and Dr. Manu K. Shetty, Associate Professor at Maulana Azad Medical College,New Delhi for winning the first prize at the Lab2Market2023 event organized by INDIAai.
Sneh Saurabh sir book "Introduction to VLSI Design Flow", released by Cambridge University Press.
Congratulations to Sneh Saurabh sir for his book "Introduction to VLSI Design Flow", released by Cambridge University Press. The book provides a comprehensive view of the entire VLSI design flow and will be helpful for students, practicing engineers, and researchers in the field of VLSI design. The details are in the following video and PDF with links attached.