ACM Eugene L. Lawler Award for Prof. Balakrishnan

Congratulations to Prof. M. Balakrishnan on receiving the ACM Eugene L. Lawler Award for Humanitarian Contributions within Computer Science and Informatics. Click here to read more.

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Japanese delegation visits IITD CSE

A Japanese delegation led by Mr. Yoshio Yamawaki, Senior Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology visited the department on 28th February, 2019.

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Prof. Saroj Kaushik's farewell and birthday party

The Department felicitated Prof. Saroj Kaushik for her 65th birthday and retirement on 21st February 2019. Click to see more photos from the farewell party.

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Mr. Rajendra Singh's farewell party

The Department gave Mr. Rajendra Singh a farewell party for his retirement on 28th January 2019. Click to see more photos from the farewell party.

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IBM and IIT Delhi collaborate to advance research in AI

IITD joins IBM in its AI Horizons Network (AIHN) program to form a multi-year research collaboration on Neuro-Symbolic Information Systems, led by the CSE Department.

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Distinguished Alumni Award 2018: Dr. Venkata Padmanabhan

Venkata Padmanabhan is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research India, where he founded the Mobility, Networks, and Systems group in 2007. Click to read his interview with the institute.

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Convocation 2018

Click to view videos from the department convocation.

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Latest @ CSE

 

Faculty awards and achievements


25.4.2019. Congratulations to Prof. M. Balakrishnan on receiving the ACM Eugene L. Lawler Award for Humanitarian Contributions within Computer Science and Informatics for research, development, and deployment of cost-effective embedded-system and software solutions addressing mobility and education challenges of the visually impaired in the developing world. Perhaps his best-known technology is the SmartCane project -- a probing cane with ultrasonic ranging that conveys the distance of obstacles using vibrations and allows the visually impaired to detect items above their knees within a distance of 3 meters. Click here to read more about the award and see photos from the departmental get-together.


Prof. Sandeep Sen and Prof. Amit Kumar have written a new book, Design and Analysis of Algorithms: A Contemporary Perspective, which is being published by Cambridge University Press.


Prof. Preeti Ranjan Panda was a winner of the Indian Electronics & Semiconductor Association (IESA) TECHNOVATION 2018 AWARD in the TECHNO MENTOR category (February 19, 2019).


Book Release:  It is my pleasure to share the information about release of my book on "Soft Computing: Fundamentals, Techniques and Application" by McGraw Hill Education in June 2018. This is my 3rd book. One is on Logic and Prolog Programming and other is on Artificial Intelligence. From: Prof Saroj Kaushik


Prof Sayan Ranu's work titled Debunking the Myths of Influence Maximization: An In-depth Benchmarking Study has won the SIGMOD reproducibility award for 2018. Co-author Sainyam Galhotra is also a recent CSE BTech graduate from IIT Delhi. Congrats to all authors!


Prof. Balakrishnan along with P.V.M. Rao (Mech Engg)  have been awarded the National Award for "Improving the Accessibility for the Differently Abled through S&T interventions" for the year 2018 for their work on developing a Refreshable Braille Display. This is the second time the team has received this award.


Student awards and achievements


Kuntal Dey (PhD student working with Prof Saroj Kaushik)  has been selected by Scientific Committee of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation (HLFF) to participate in the 7th Heidelberg Laureate Forum, to be held from 22nd  to 27the Sept., 2019 in Heidelberg, Germany. This opportunity is given to only the 200 most qualified Young Researchers over the globe to enrich and share the unique atmosphere of the Heidelberg Laureate Forum.


PhD student Himanshu Jain’s paper on the Slice algorithm for recommending related queries on a search engine, coauthored by Venkatesh Balasubramanian, Bhanu Chunduri, and Manik Varma, has won the Best Paper Award at the 12th ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining, the world’s premier conference on web search (along with WWW). Read more at the Microsoft Research Blog's post on extreme classification and Slice.


Rahul Jain wins the Best PhD Thesis Award at the recently concluded 32nd International Conference on VLSI Design and 18th Intl. Conf. on Embedded Systems for his thesis titled "Machine Learned Machines: Reinforcement Learning Exploration for Architecture Co-optimization". The research was supervised by P. R. Panda, supported by Intel and DST/SERB's PM Fellowship program.


A team of three students from CSE/SIT, Anupam Sobti, Ayushi Agarwal and Saurabh Tewari, won the first prize in the Cadence Tensilica Hackathon held on 5th January as a part of Embedded and VLSI Design Conference 2019. The theme of the hackathon was "Porting deep Neural Network for Cadence® Tensilica® AI Processor".


Sandeep Chandran has been awarded the FITT "Best Industry Relevant PhD Project in IIT Delhi" Award for his PhD thesis titled "FlexDFD: Flexible DFD Hardware for Efficient Post-silicon Validation" for the year 2017-18. The award carries a cash prize of Rs. 60,000. The research was carried out in collaboration with Freescale/NXP Semiconductor and the Semiconductor Research Consortium.


Editorial boards and Program Chairs


Sanjiva Prasad been appointed Editor-in-Chief of ACM Books.


Departmental Activities


Rijurekha Sen's work on Air Pollution Monitoring is in the news.

 

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