Sanjit Krishnan Kaul
E-mail: skkaul at
Phone No: +91-11-2509 9177
Snail Mail: IIIT-Delhi
3rd Floor, Library Building
Dwarka, Sector 3, New Delhi - 110078
Broadly, my interests lie in using
networks to solve real world problems.
Intelligent transportation and disaster
management are example application areas that
benefit greatly from networks of radios.
Increasing penetration of mobile devices means
that the networks are also human networks. This
together with the much improved ability to
source data using these devices makes now an
interesting time to put networks to work!
S. K. Kaul, R. Yates, M. Gruteser, "Real-Time
Status: How Often Should One Update?," in IEEE Infocom (Mini
Conference), 2012. [pdf]
S. K. Kaul, R. Yates, M. Gruteser, “On
Piggybacking in Vehicular Networks,” in Globecom, 2011.
S. K. Kaul, M. Gruteser, V. Rai, and J. Kenney, “Minimizing
age of information in congested vehicular networks,” in IEEE Conference
on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks (SECON), 2011. [pdf]
I received a PhD. in
Electrical and Computer Engineering
My research was in the area of improving driver safety amongst
large networks of on-road vehicles, which I pursued at Wireless
Information Networks Laboratory (WINLAB
Before joining graduate school I worked on 3G systems at Hughes
Software Systems, now Aricent, and Ubinetics, now CSR, India,
for about four years.