"The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool" - Feynman 

Hi, thanks for stopping by!

I work on stochastic modeling of wireless networks.

I have two directions of research: stochastic geometry and bandit algorithms. Currently, I am investigating the interplay of these two directions to study the spatiotemporal statistics of the performance of learning algorithms deployed in wireless networks. My main application areas are MAC and PHY layer algorithms for 5G and 6G communications.

During my PhD, I developed stochastic geometry tools to analyze and develop algorithms for initial access procedures, adaptive beamforming, user association, and traffic distribution in dual-band networks (please see the "Publications" and "Patents" pages for details). 

I am a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. If you are a student at IIT Delhi and have some background in either of the following:

and some experience in MATLAB/Python, feel free to drop me an email with the necessary attachments. We can then explore topics of mutual interest.

Office: II/244 - Block II, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi.

Email: gghatak [at] ee [dot] iitd [dot] ac [dot] in