Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Professor Joshi’s main research interest is in adaptive sensing and communication for extremely power-constrained applications. He is interested in the interplay intelligent and adaptive communication systems to maximize circuit efficiency, adaptive beamforming, and the design of secure, energy-efficient transceivers. His Ph.D. thesis work was in energy-efficient circuits and algorithms for array statistical signal processing using high-resolution analog computing. He is also interested in UWB communication systems for distributed systems.