Networks and Stochastic Systems Laboratory
Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras - 600 036
The NetSS Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT Madras is headed by Dr. Krishna P Jagannathan (KJ) and currently consists of five PhD's and two MS candidates. The primary research areas of the scholars working in the lab are
Modelling of Stochastic and Queuing Networks
Quantum Information Theory
Scheduling in Communication Networks
Opinion Dynamics in Social Networks
S. S. Shree, A. Chatterjee, and K. Jagannathan, "Opinion Differences in Social Networks: Are Opinions Too Far in Finite Time?", Accepted in COMSNETS 2023 Graduate Forum.
Jaswanthi Mandalapu, Krishna Jagannathan, “The Classical Capacity of Quantum Jackson Networks with Waiting Time-Dependent Erasures”, Accepted for publication in Information Theory Workshop (ITW) 2022.
The poster titled, "Towards Optimizing Capacity of Erasure Queue-Channels", presented by Sushmitha Shree, has won the Best Poster Award at JTG/IEEE ITSoc Summer School 2022.
S. S. Shree, Kishore, A. Chatterjee, K. Jagannathan, "Stochastic Bounded Confidence Opinion Dynamics: How Far Apart Do Opinions Drift?", Accepted for publication in COMSNETS 2022 in the main conference track.
Amit Anand Jha, Nazal Mohamed, K. Jagannathan, "Collaborative Best Arm Identification in Multi-armed Bandits", Accepted for publication in COMSNETS 2022 in the main conference track.
Pawan Poojary, Sharayu Moharir, Krishna Jagannathan, “A Coupon Collector based Approximation for LRU cache hits under Zipf requests”, Accepted for publication in WiOpt 2021.
Jaswanthi Mandalapu, Krishna Jagannathan, “The Capacity of Photonic Erasure Channels with Detector Dead Times”, Accepted for publication in NCC 2021.
Kumar Ashutosh, Jayakrishnan Nair, Anmol Kagrecha, Krishna Jagannathan, “Bandit algorithms: Letting go of logarithmic regret for statistical robustness”, Selected for oral presentation in AISTATS 2021.
Jaswanthi Mandalapu has been selected for the PMRF - Dec 2020 through Lateral Entry channel.
Prabha Mandayam, Krishna Jagannathan, Avhishek Chatterjee, "The Classical Capacity of Additive Quantum Queue-Channels", Accepted for publication in JSAIT 2020.
Bharati K has been selected for the PMRF - May 2020 through Direct Entry channel.
Sushmitha Shree has been selected for the Prime Minister's Research Fellowship (PMRF) - May 2020 through Lateral Entry channel.
K. Bharati and M. Palani, "A Scalable Block-Proportional Fair Scheduling Scheme For Multi-Carrier Transmission Systems", Accepted for publication COMSNETS 2021.
Prashanth L.A., Krishna Jagannathan, Ravi Kolla, “Concentration bounds for CVaR estimation: The cases of light-tailed and heavy-tailed distributions”, Accepted for publication in ICML 2020.