Doing PhD in Any Area of Computing? Need Feedback/Suggestions? Check out These Mentors/Areas/Slots for #PhDClinic
October 29, 2020
Hope you are safe in these difficult times. More than 60 PhD students across India have interacted with mentors. Some feedback by students who attended the PhD Clinic: "I am really thankful to PhDClinic to give me this opportunity to discuss with such an icon." "The way she [Mentor] answered the questions was so good… she shared personal experiences as well and that made me connect to her." "He guided me in such a nice way about how to find a research topic, what areas can be there and how I should align my research in a proper manner."
The purpose of the PhD Clinic is to help PhD students across the country to get feedback and suggestions on their work from subject matter experts. We believe having this third eye, in addition to the advisor(s), will give a great advantage to your research work. Any PhD student (not restricted to ACM members) can sign up for the Clinic. More information here.
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Below we list mentors along with their areas of work and affiliation; if you are interested in getting feedback, and having a discussion with any of them, please register here to interact with amazing mentors! (Again, ACM membership not required.)
- Dr. Siddhartha Asthana - Human Computer Interaction/ML - MasterCard
- Prof. Sandip Chakraborty - Blockchain - IIT KGP
- Dr. Nishanth Chandran - Cryptography, Applied Cryptography, and Security - Microsoft India
- Prof. Sumit Darak - Wireless Network Design/Wireless Communication - IIIT Delhi
- Prof. Chaya Ganesh - Cryptography and Security - IISc
- Prof. Dheryta Jaisinghani - IoT - University of Northern Iowa
- Prof. Omprakash Kaiwartya - Networks - Vehicular Adhoc, Drop-enabled, Next-generation Wireless - Nottingham Trent University, UK
- Prof. Kalpesh Kapoor - Combinatorics, Software Engineering - IIT Guwahati
- Prof. Ponnurangam Kumaraguru "PK" - Social Networks/Cybersecurity - IIIT Delhi
- Dr. Hemank Lamba - Computational Social Science/Data Science for Social Good - Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Prof. Radhika Mamadi - Computational Linguistics - IIIT Hyderabad
- Prof. Bivas Mitra - Affective Computing - IIT KGP
- Prof. Mainack Mondal - Social Networks/Cybersecurity/Usable Privacy and Security - IIT KGP
- Prof. Prerana Mukherjee - Computer Vision - JNU
- Prof. Madhavan Mukund - Formal verification/Machine Learning - Chennai Mathematical Institute
- Prof. Krishna Nandivada - Compilers, Program Analysis - IIT Madras
- Prof. Venkatesh Raman - Algorithms, Data Structures - Institute of Mathematical Sciences
- Prof. R Ramanujam - Security Theory/Game Theory/Theory of Computation - Institute of Mathematical Sciences
- Prof. Smruti Ranjan Sarangi - Computer Architecture - IIT Delhi
- Prof. Chester Rebeiro - Computer Security/Malware Analysis/Network Security - IIT Madras
- Dr. Niharika Sachdeva - Information Retrieval - InfoEdge
- Dr. Anush Sankaran - Machine Learning, Biometrics - Deeplite, Inc., Canada
- Prof. Saket Saurabh - Graph Algorithms and Graph Theory - Institute of Mathematical Sciences
- Prof. Tavpritesh Sethi, MBBS, PhD - Healthcare/AI/ML in Health - IIIT Delhi
- Prof. Rajiv Ratn Shah - Multimedia and Multimodal Analysis (text, image, video) - IIIT Delhi
- Prof. Jainendra Shukla - Affective Computing - IIIT Delhi
- Prof. Venkatesh Vinayakarao - Information Retrieval - CMI
Note: If you are working in any area that is not listed above, please fill the same form, and submit with "Can't find a mentor in my area of work, please help find one”; we will explore and get back to you.
For any questions/clarifications, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to seeing some of you in the Clinic.
Prof. Ponnurangam Kumaraguru "PK", IIT Delhi (for Research Facilitation Committee)