Srinivas Yerramalli  —  Biography

Srinivas Yerramalli is a Ph D candidate in the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. His research primarily focuses on physical layer communications for highly time-varying channels especially Underwater Acoustic Channels and in understanding the feasbility of cooperation in heterogenous wireless networks. More broadly, he is interested in problems related to signal processing and optimization for wireless communication systems.

He received the B. Tech degree from the International Institute of Information Technology in 2007 and joined the M.S. program at University of Southern California in Fall 2007 and the Ph. D. program in Fall 2008. He interned at Qualcomm CDMA Technologies in the summer of 2010 and in the Mobility, Networks and Systems group at Microsoft Research in the summer of 2011.

He is a recipient of the Ming Hsieh Scholar award for 2011-2012, the IIIT Gold Medal for excellent academic performance in 2007, the Prathibha Scholarship from the Government of Andhra Pradesh from 2003-2007 and a Gold Medal from the President of India for his performance in the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) in 2003. He is also currently serving as a reviewer for several journals and conferences in the area of wireless communication systems.

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