Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder, 2013
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder, 2008
Bachelor of Technology (Hons.), Electronics and Telecommunication, Kalyani University (Institute of Engineering and Management), First Class Distinction, 2002
Dr. Aveek Dutta is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University at Albany and a Co-Director of the Mobile Emerging Systems and Application (MESA) Lab. He comes to us from his previous position as an Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Prior to that, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University.
Dr. Dutta’s research lies at the crossroads of communication theory, networked systems and radio architectures that spans from novel MAC-PHY cross-layer solutions in modern wireless networks to cognitive radio networks. His research interests include vehicular networking, enforcement methods for spectrum policies, blockchain for networking applications, and hardware architecture for Cloud Radio Access Networks. Currently, he focuses on solutions, driven by devices at the network edge to make the wireless channel robust against interference, while addressing the challenge of being always best-connected over heterogeneous networks. His solutions employ a hybrid method of theoretical rigor and experimental evaluation using prototype hardware and wireless measurements.
Aveek Dutta, Mung Chiang, “See Something Say Something - Crowdsourced Enforcement of Spectrum Policies”, IEEE Transaction of Wireless Communication, September 2015 [pdf]
Dola Saha, Aveek Dutta, Dirk Grunwald and Douglas Sicker, “GRaTIS: Free Bits in the Network”, IEEE Transaction on Mobile Computing, February 2013. [pdf]