Prof. Balakrishnan named ACM Fellow

Prof. M. Balakrishnan was named an ACM Fellow (2021) for his contributions to system-level design, embedded systems and assistive technologies. He received this award at ACM's 75th Anniversary Celebration on June 10, 2022 in San Francisco, USA.

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ACL 2022 Test of Time Award

The paper "Open Language Learning for Information Extraction" by Mausam et al. published at EMNLP 2012 has received the test of time award from ACL 2022, the premier conference in natural language processing. Congratulations to Prof. Mausam! Click to see his acceptance speech.

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Aaditeshwar Seth receives SIGCHI Social Impact Award

Prof. Aaditeshwar Seth is one of the recipients of the SIGCHI Social Impact Award for his work at Gram Vaani and the ACT4D group at IITD. Click here for more details.

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Best Community Paper Award at MobiCom 2022

The paper "Experience: Developing a Usable Battery Drain Testing and Diagnostic Tool for the Mobile Industry" led by Prof. Abhilash Jindal has received the Best Community Paper Award at MobiCom 2022. Congratulations Abhilash!

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Sorav Bansal receives Qualcomm Faculty Award

Prof. Sorav Bansal is one of the recipients of the 2022 Qualcomm Faculty Award for groundbreaking and inspiring research. Congratulations Sorav!

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New faculty member Rohit Vaish

Prof. Rohit Vaish (Ph.D., IISc) joined today on 25.11.2021. He is broadly interested in problems at the interface of computer science and economics, particularly in the areas of computational social choice and game theory.

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Alumnus Mohit Aron gifts USD 1 million to CSE Department

Mohit Aron, BTech CSE 1995, has gifted a million dollars to the Computer Science and Engineering department at IIT Delhi. The Mohit Aron Endowment will be used to help CSE establish itself as a world-leading computer science department. Click here to read more.

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Emerging trends in embedded systems, such as applications on Industrial control and IoTs, involve heterogeneous and mobile devices to communicate, process and exchange safety, privacy and mission critical information. These smart interconnected devices often operate in large number. These facts along with the nature of the devices make them susceptible to a wide range of attacks. Various approache...



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Online social networking (OSN) websites such as Twitter and Facebook are known to have a wide heterogeneity in the popularity of their users, counted typically in terms of the number of followers or friends of the users. We add to the large body of work on information diffusion on online social networking websites, by studying how the behavior of the small minority of very popular users on Twitter...



Optimal Radius for Connectivity in Duty-Cycled Wireless Sensor Networks

We investigate the condition on transmission radius needed to achieve connectivity in duty-cycled wireless sensor networks (briefly, DC-WSN). First, we settle a conjecture of Das et. al. (2012) and prove that the connectivity condition on Random Geometric Graphs (RGG), given by Gupta and Kumar (1989), can be used to derive a weak sufficient condition to achieve connectivity in DCWSN. To find a str...



Sec-X: A Framework for Collecting Runtime Statistics for SoCs with Multiple Accelerators

We are moving into an era where large SoCs will have a portfolio of different kinds of cores and accelerators. Many of these computational elements might be designed by third parties. In this setting, it is beneficial to collect accurate runtime information such that we can diagnose performance problems, verify and report correctness issues, and collect usage scenarios of third party hardware. Thi...



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MajSynth : An n-input Majority Algebra based Logic Synthesis Tool for Quantum-dot Cellular Automata

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Building citizen engagement into the implementation of welfare schemes in rural India

Citizen feedback on the implementation of social welfare schemes can help fine tune their design, understand problems, and assess the benefits and impact from these schemes. Such feedback loops however are singularly missing in most schemes in India, and are conveyed only indirectly via civil society and social audit organizations that try to serve as a bridge between citizens and the government. ...



Result Clustering for Keyword Search on Graphs

Graph structured data on the web is now massive as well as diverse, ranging from social networks, web graphs to knowledge-bases. Effectively querying this graph structured data is non-trivial and has led to research in a variety of directions structured queries, keyword and natural language queries, automatic translation of these queries to structured queries, etc. In this project, we are con...



Sampling and Reconstruction using Bloom Filters

In this paper, we address the problem of sampling from a set and reconstructing a set stored as a Bloom filter. To the best of our knowledge our work is the first to address this question. We introduce a novel hierarchical data structure called BloomSampleTree that helps us design efficient algorithms to extract an almost uniform sample from the set stored in a Bloom filter and also allows u...



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