Dr. Vimal has mix of academic and industrial experience both in India and the UK. He completed Ph.D. from Institute for Digital Communications at The University of Edinburgh (UoE), UK in 2005 fully funded by UK Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) and The University of Edinburgh. During Ph.D. he also received IEE fellowship for collaborative research on OFDM with Prof. Falconer at Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada . He received M. Tech. in Signal Processing from NSIT, Delhi in 2001. He has worked in various positions in the UK and in India. His research interests are in the broader areas of non-Gaussian non-parametric signal processing with applications to wireless communications, audio video signal processing, telecommunications and in software product development. He is a reviewer for IEEE, Elsevier, and IET. He is currently Senior Member of IEEE and certified SCRUM Master. He is also faculty convenor for Student Entrepreneurship Support Cell sesc@iiti
I am actively seeking highly motivated PhD students with provision to pay higher stipend (Current Fellowship @ Rs. 31,500 (plus HRA as applicable) per month for 1st and 2nd yr, and @ Rs. 35,000 (plus HRA as applicable) per month for 3rd, 4th, and 5th yr.). If you are interested to pursue PhD then send your CV by a email at vbhatia at iiti dot ac dot in. Last date for current round is 06th Dec, 2016. PhD Selections for this round are on 8th Dec, 2016 at Simrol Campus as in advertisement. Please note this is a special PhD recruitment drive, and the dates cannot be modified. The selections may continue till 09th Dec, 2016. Please fill online application at click here . If you are interested to pursue Post-Doc then send your detailed CV by email at vbhatia at iiti dot ac dot in. Please note NO TA/DA will be paid for PhD or Post-Doc selections.
Dr. Vimal Bhatia has over 12 years of industrial experience. Prior to joining IIT-I, Vimal has been working with on 4G data networks. From March 2008 till June 2011, he has been working in the UK on video transcoding for file based digital broadcasting for clients including HBO, Sony Pictures, SWR, Accenture, Prime Focus, Warner Brothers. From Sept 2007 till March 2008, he has been working with AudioSoft, UK on voice analytics for the UK and International Defence and Law Enforcement Agencies. During Jan 2006 – August 2007, he has been working with Digital Theater Systems, UK on multichannel audio processing for home and in-car entertainment system for customers worldwide (including Playstations and Blue-ray disks). He has worked on speech and channel coding at Hughes Software Systems, Gurgaon from Jan 2001 till Oct 2002. From Sept 1996 till August 1999 he has worked with C-DOT, Delhi on SDH standard and various test and measurement instruments for communication industry.
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The Signals and Software Group (SaSg) at IIT Indore is involved in cutting edge research and development in areas of wireless communication including communication channel estimation, equalization, and performance measurements of communication systems in high interference environment. The algorithms and techniques developed are applicable for SISO, MIMO, and various modulation techniques like OFDM, CDMA and others. The group has National Instruments USRPs, Ettus B210, FPGA kits, LabView and SystemVue Software. The group is also involved in general software based applications and product development. The group has interests in audio and video signal processing for improvement of QoS, Perception, Analytics, Surveillance and efficient implementations.
The group is also working closely with various organizations including Defence establishment like Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, and commercial establishments.
If you are interested in pursing PhD with me, please send direct email at vbhatia at iiti dot ac dot in I also have an interest in applied research and development in Mobile Apps, Internet of Things, High Performance Coding, Cloud Computing with applications to Healthcare, Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Surveillance Systems.
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