Prabhat Kumar Sharma >>Home

 

 


PS Photo

Dr. Prabhat Kumar Sharma

Assistant Professor-Grade I

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur – 440010

Maharastra (India)

 

Contact Details:

Email: prabhatsharma[at]ece[dot]vnit[dot]ac[dot]in

prabhatmadhavec1[at]gmail[dot]com

Office : +91-7122801851

Research Interests

 Physical layer aspects of Molecular and Biological Communications, Wireless Communication Systems and Quantum Communications .

News: 

11. The Department of ECE, VNIT Nagpur organized First International Symposium on Molecular and Biological Communications (MBCom 2021) during Feb 01-05, 2021. –Feb 2021

10. Research Project "Analysis, Design and Implmentation of Intelligent Reflecting surfaces (IRSs) Assisted Wireless Communication Systems" is approved by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India.–Jan 2021

9.  Chaired a session on 'Full-Duplex Wireless Communications' at IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) at Shanghai, China.

8. Received URSI-InRaSS Young Indian Radio Scientist Award 2019 from Intenational Radio Science Union. 

7. Technical Prgram Committee member for IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2019 (Call for papers), National Conference on Communications (NCC) 2019 (Call for paper),  IEEE ANTS 2018.

6. Session Convener (Commission C: Cognitive, Cooperative and Coordinated Communications) for 2019 URSI Asia Pacific Radio Science Conference. (call for papers)

5. Appointed as an Editor for Elsevier Heliyon Journal.

4.Received the Best Paper Award (Poster Category) at IEEE COMSNETS 2018.

3. Elevated to Senior Member, IEEE.

2.Serving as an Editor for Elsevier AEU Journal.

1. Awarded with Visvesvaraya Young Faculty Research Fellowship :The research fellowship from Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India.

 

Technical Reports

1. Technical_Report 1  corresponding to IEEE T_NB paper "On Gradient Descent Optimization in Diffusion-Advection based 3-D Molecular Cooperative Communication".