Communications Group, Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi

Group chairman: Dr. Brejesh Lall
M. Tech. Coordinator: Dr. Uday Khankhoje

Faculty Members and Research Areas

  1. Abhishek Dixit Optical access networks, Fibre wireless converged networks
  2. Brejesh Lall Signal Processing
  3. Devi Chadha* Optical Communication and Networks
  4. H M Gupta* Communication Systems
  5. Jun Bae Seo Communication networks, Queueing Theory
  6. Kushal Shah Plasma Science
  7. Manav Bhatnagar Communication Systems
  8. Ranjan Bose Wireless Communications
  9. Ranjan Mallik Communication Theory and Systems
  10. Saif K. Mohammed Communication Theory and Systems, Information Theory
  11. Seshan Srirangarajan Signal Processing, Wireless networks
  12. S D Joshi Signal Processing
  13. Shankar Prakriya Signal Processing, Cognitive Radio
  14. Subrat Kar Photonic Switching, Optical Networks
  15. Surendra Prasad* Signal Processing, Communication Theory and Systems
  16. Swades De Wireless Communication Networks and Systems
  17. Uday Khankhoje Electromagnetics - theoretical and computational
  18. V K Jain Optical Communications and Networks
  19. Vinod Chandra* Optical communication
* Retired or going to retire soon. These faculty members can take PhD students jointly with another faculty member of the department.

Postgraduate Admissions

The format of the admission test varies, but a broad outline is as follows.
Part 1: Written Test.
Duration : 45 mins (Please bring your calculators)
Syllabus : Click here to see a sample question paper.
Notes
  1. The above syllabus is only for the Communications group. There are 4 other groups in the EE dept with different syllabi:
  2. The question paper and cut-off marks of BSZ are same as that of EEZ.
  3. There is no separate question paper for optical communication. It is included in the communication stream.

Part 2: Interview
Those who clear the written test will appear for the interview. Please look through the list of the faculty members in the Communications group at IITD before coming to the interview. Candidates are expected to have a clear idea of: