Hi! I work as a Researcher at Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc.
My research interests span the broad area of networked systems, in particular, Wireless Networking,
Cellular Data Networks and Mobile Computing,
with emphasis on efficient protocol design, high speed system design,
experimentation, measurement, modeling and performance evaluation.
My current research focuses on understanding the complex nature of cellular data networks.
I work on ALU 9900 Wireless Network Guardian, a real-time network monitoring and analytics
product out of Bell Labs Research venture program, to monitor and analyze cellular data
network (2G/3G/4G) traffic. I lead the architectural design, research and development of
the core multi- gigabit packet processing engine in the product that provides real-time mobile
network analytics in cellular data networks. I develop new algorithms and key modules for
high-speed packet processing, LTE/UMTS/CDMA signaling inference, TCP based passive performance
inference, anomaly and congestion detection, statistical modeling, root-cause analysis
techniques and deep packet analysis.
Earlier, I worked with Prof. Samir R. Das
in Wireless Networking and Simulation Lab
(WINGS) at Stony Brook.
I joined Stony Brook University in Fall 2004. I got my M.S. degree in Computer Science from
University in May 2007. I completed my undergraduate studies (B.E.) in the
Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Anna University,
Chennai in India.