M. Tech Theses Supervised


(with departments, and expected year of defence)
  1. Renuka Ahirwar, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, expected: June 2021


In Reverse Chronological Order.
  1. Vaibhav Chaudhary, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, July 2021.
  2. Chaitanya Pathare, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, June 2021
  3. Gopal Viswanathan, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, October 2019.
  4. Hemant Kumar, CSE, 2019.
    Construction of Normal Numbers in Circuit Classes.
  5. Sayantan Marik, CSE, 2016. (jointly supervised with Arnab Bhattacharya).
  6. Aashna Anand, CSE 2016.
  7. Manoj Vende, CSE 2016.
  8. Girish Kumar, CSE 2016.
  9. Sumedh Masulkar, CSE 2016.
    Martingales and Restricted Ratio Betting.
  10. Milind Solanki, CSE 2016.
  11. Aakash Verma, CSE, 2015.
  12. Ajay Verma, CSE, 2015.
  13. Muktinath Vishwakarma, CSE 2015.
  14. Kratika Jain, CSE, 2015.
  15. Nidhi Jain, CSE, 2015. (jointly supervised with Arnab Bhattachaya).
  16. Shivam Bansal, CSE, 2015.
    A signed measure framework for von Neumann entropy.
  17. Ruchika Malhotra, CSE 2015.
    A study of an efficient trading strategy for double-threshold guarantees.
  18. Harshit Maheshwari, CSE, 2015.
    Boltzmann Sampling on Graphs
  19. Shubhdeep Kochhar, CSE, 2015. (jointly advised with Harish Karnick)
    An Indoor Positioning System based on Bluetooth Low Energy.
  20. Dheeraj Aggarwal, CSE, 2015.
    Chemical Reaction Networks and Computation
  21. Pankaj Jindal, CSE, 2014.
    Towards proving that the Poincare non-recurrent points form an effective first category set.
  22. Pawan Sharma, CSE, 2014.
    Construction of a normal number to base 4 of finite measure of irrationality.
  23. Nitesh Vijayvargiya, CSE 2014.
    Poincaré Non-recurrent Points Form an Effective Measure Zero Set.
  24. Abhinav Tripathi, CSE, 2013.
    Disjoint Block entropy and Sliding-Block Entropy of multidimensional data.
  25. Atanu Pal, CSE, 2013.
    Martin-Löf Random Points of Two Bernoulli Systems of Equal Entropy are Isomorphic.
  26. Prajyoti Waghmare, CSE, 2013.
    A Java Library for π-calculus.
  27. Mrinalkanti Ghosh, CSE, July 2012.
    Predictive Complexity and Generalized Entropy of Stationary Ergodic Games. [PDF]
  28. Pulkit Bansal, Dept. of Mathematics, May 2012. (jointly advised with Sudipta Dutta)
    Martin-Löf Randomness and Differentiability.