Himanshu Asnani receiving his award from Robert Tkach
October 2nd, Washington D.C.
Marconi Symposium and Awards,
honoring Arogyaswami Paulraj,
2014 Marconi Fellow
Symposium – IT 2025: Boom or Bust?”
National Academies of Engineering and Science Building. Advance registration required.
Awards Dinner – 6:00 p.m. cocktails, 7:00 p.m. dinner: Honoring A. Paulraj and the 2014 Paul Baran Young Scholars.
Speakers will include Bob Lucky, Marty Cooper, Vint Cerf, Len Kleinrock, Bob Kahn, John Cioffi, Joseph Kakande, Dan Kaufman, Helmut Bölcskei, Dennis Roberson, Janice Obuchowski, Joan Marsh, David Goldman, Tom Marzetta and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.
July 16 Bob Lucky, Joseph Kakande & Chris DiBona Creating Centers of Excellence. The Fourth Marconi Expertise Webinar Register here. (No charge)
|Current Young Scholars Role||Chairman|
|Research Area||Photonic integrated circuits for optical interconnects, optical communications and optical switching.|
|Current position||Member of Technical Staff, Nokia Bell Laboratories|
|Education||PhD, Communication and Electronics, Telecom ParisTech
Master, Photonics Devices, Systems and Networks, University of Essex
Engineer, Physics, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse
|Young Scholar Prize Research||Novel semiconductor optical devices, in particular reflective semiconductor optical amplifiers (RSOAs). Achievements include demonstrating the first RSOA working at 10 Gbit/s without any electronic compensation and developing, fabricating and optimizing high-performance devices that are considered to be well beyond the state of the art.|
|Other Honors||– 2015 Harm Dorren Commemoration Award.
– Marconi Young Scholar 2012
– Finalist for the ParisTech PhD prize 2012
– Winner of the Alcatel-Lucent’s Entrepreneurial Boot Camp
– National French Scholarship, CIFRE (ANRT)
– International M.Sc. program Scholarship
– EURUJI Bsc. Scholarship
|Fun Fact||In my free time, I like to brew beer in my basement|
|Current Young Scholars Role||Finance Vice Chair|
|Research Area||Network architectures and data analytics, including fog networking, cyber-physical systems, communications theory, wireless networks, for next-generation Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.|
|Current position||Associate Research Scholar, Edge Lab, Princeton University|
|Education||PhD, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
MS, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
B. Tech, Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
|Young Scholar Prize Research||High-speed last-mile internet connectivity through the use of Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) techniques for next-generation copper-access networks, allowing order-of-magnitude improvement in data-rates and stability of digital subscriber lines (DSLs) enabling millions of internet-enabled devices.|
|Other Honors||2012 Paul Baran Marconi Young Scholar
2010-2012 DARE Fellowship, awarded to top 16 Stanford doctoral students with potential to diversify academia
2012 Rising Stars Program
2010 Finalist for Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
|Fun Fact||I have hiked up to the Mt. Rainier base camp.|