Centre for Networked Intelligence

The Centre for Networked Intelligence, under the division of EECS and RBCCPS, IISc, aims to develop next generation networking methodologies and concept solutions that can derive knowledge from evolved networks of the future. The centre aims to build network applications and public policies for the benefit of society in areas such as smart cities, IoT/CPS, data exchanges etc

Podcasts on Covid19 Research in IISc

A special session of the annual research students symposium of the Division of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Sciences (EECS) (https://eecs.iisc.ac.in/EECS2020/) on the Covid-19 research and innovation projects carried out, in IISc in general and the Division of EECS in particular, was held on July 12, 2020. The session was chaired by Prof. Vijay Chandru and…
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2020 INSA Medal for Young Scientists awarded to CNI co-convener Dr. Himanshu Tyagi

The Indian National Science Academy’s Medal for Young Scientists was instituted with the aim of distinguishing young scientists of extraordinary promise and creativity who have made notable research contributions in Science and Technology.

2021 ACM SIGMETRICS Conference

The fall submission deadline of the 2021 ACM SIGMETRICS conference (http://www.sigmetrics.org/sigmetrics2021/), which will be held in Beijing, China, June 14-18 2021, is approaching soon. Please consider submitting your latest work! The deadline for abstract registration is Oct 16th, 2020, and papers are due on Oct 23rd, 2020. CALL FOR PAPERS (http://sigmetrics.org/sigmetrics2021/call_for_papers.html)

Post-doctoral Fellowship

The Centre for Networked Intelligence (a Cisco CSR Initiative) is a newly established centre at IISc Bangalore promoting research in intelligent networks of the future. The centre is looking for a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher interested in pursuing independent research in the broad area of intelligent networks. We seek exceptional candidates with strong fundamentals and…
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We are looking for driven, self-starter individuals to join our team at the Centre for Networked Intelligence (CNI), IISc. This role requires a demonstrated ability to conduct literature survey, prototype development, quantitative analysis, and documentation.   Qualifications  Bachelors or master’s or Ph.D. in Electrical Communication, Computer Science, or related disciplines  2-5 years of relevant experience  Freshers with an…
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SPCOM – International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications 2020, July 19-24

SPCOM 2020 provides a forum for researchers from academia, research laboratories, and industries to come together to share and learn about current developments in these emerging fields. SPCOM 2020 is the thirteenth in a series of biennial events that have been organized since 1990 at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc). For more Information please…
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Cyber-Physical Systems Symposium (CyPhySS 2020)

CyPhySS is a single track symposium aimed at bringing together leading researchers and industry experts to share the recent advancements and the upcoming challenges in the area of Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), with a special focus on the following areas: Robotics, drones, CPS security, and technology for COVID 19. CyPhySS 2020 will be jointly held…
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Symposium on Advances in Communication Networks

 The Centre for Networked Intelligence is happy to sponsor the Symposium on Advances in Communication Networks, to be held on 10 July 2020, and organised by the division of EECS, IISc. Please visit the symposium webpage for more details on the talks and registration. EECS-2020 is an initiative of the Division of EECS and is primarily a forum for presentations by senior research…
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A COVID-19 readiness tool for organisations

The CNI COVID-19 response team has, in collaboration with Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority (KSDMA), has developed a COVID-19 readiness tool for organisations. The Government of Karnataka has recommended this advisory tool to various organisations in the state, as they begin operation in accordance with the Unlock-1 guidelines. As cities and businesses ease out of…
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Modeling of epidemic spread in Indian urban conditions

CNI faculty, students, and staff, along with researcher from TIFR Mumbai, have developed a city-scale agent-based simulator to study the spread of epidemic diseases such as COVID-19. This project aims to model the epidemic spread taking a city’s demographics and interaction spaces into consideration.