Dinesh Bharadia

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I have moved to UCSD as a Assistant Professor. If you are a potential student, researcher or postdoc and interested in working with me, drop me an email.

Previously, I worked as postdoctoral associate with NETMIT and NMS groups at MIT CSAIL, advised by Prof. Mohammad Alizadeh.

I received my Ph.D. at Stanford University where I worked with Prof. Sachin Katti. From 2013 to 2015, I took a leave of absence from my Ph.D. to commercialize research on the practical full-duplex radio at Kumu Networks, which underwent successful field trials with tier 1 network providers worldwide – Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom and is now being commercially deployed.

I research, design and develop systems that advances the theory and design of modern wireless communication systems, sensor networks, and data-center networks.

CV available here. List of publication at DBLP and Google Scholar. List of patents provided by Google search and patents provided by justia

Selected Awards & Honors

Selected Press and Media Coverage

Broader Industry Impact

Our research on full-duplex radios has translated into a commercial venture Kumu Networks. I worked as a Principal Scientist at Kumu Networks for nearly two years to commercialize this research and bring it to the rest of the world.

At Kumu Networks, I led the technology (both architecture and algorithm design) for in-band full duplex radios to build a commercial product. The product completed successful field trials with major Tier 1 network providers – Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom and is now being commercially deployed. To this date, it is the only successful commercial demonstration of full duplex radios.

Due to its proven commercial viability and promise, full duplex is now actively being designed into next-generation wireless standards. Both 5G cellular and next-generation WiFi standards are incorporating full duplex or self-interference cancellation technology in various forms.

Selected Publication (Under construction)