I am a Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Lehigh University and the Director of the New MS Program in Data Science offered by the P. C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

My current research interests are in developing theoretical foundations for information security in cyber physical systems, and data driven inference and control of engineering systems. My research spans different topics under this umbrella including privacy in inferential learning, interactive and dynamical systems, cybersecurity in the smart electric grid and privacy from timing analysis in networked systems. I am a recipient of the 2011 CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation and was awarded a P. C. Rossin Assistant Professorship by the Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (RCEAS) at Lehigh University.

Previously, I was a visiting Post-Doc at the University of California, Berkeley, hosted by Prof. Venkat Anantharam. I received my B.Tech in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 2002, and my M.S and Ph.D degree in electrical engineering in 2005 and 2007 respectively from Cornell University under the advice of Prof. Lang Tong.

My doctoral research was in the area of wireless sensor networks, specifically on distributed multiple access communication and statistical inference in large networks. Two publications that resulted from my doctoral research received the 2005 Leonard G. Abraham Prize and a 2006 IEEE ICASSP Best Student Paper Award.

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