Pillar / Cluster: Information Systems Technology and Design
Jay Prakash received Bachelors in Electronics Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) BHU, Varanasi, India in 2013. Hes has been exploring wireless communication after his introduction to Software Radios (SDR) and Global Navigation system during his short internship with ISRO, India. He built upon the experience and designed improved SDR for GLONASS and COMPASS systems during his bachelors research.
After Bachelors he joined IISc, Bangalore where he designed frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) test bed and analysed MAC algorithms for cognitive radios. Having developed interest in physical layer by now he joined NETS project in iTrust, SUTD Singapore as Research Assistant. He worked on physical layer security algorithms. He designed setup for extracting double and multiple user key generation using physical layer properties.
He joined ISTD, SUTD as PhD student under Professor Tony Quek in Jan 2016. His research focuses on security methods using channel properties, friendly jamming algorithms, anti-jamming techniques. He is interested in designing light weight security methods and products for sprawling small wireless devices.
- Research Assistant, WSC Lab, SUTD Singapore Dec 2014-Jan 2016
- Research Intern, SPC Lab, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore May-July 2013
- Research Intern, SPAN Lab, IIT, Bombay May-July 2012
- Remote Intern, Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA 2012-2013
- Augmented Software Defined Receiver (SDR) for BEIDOU/COMPASS
- Manager, Central Electrical Maintenance, TATA STEEL July 13-Nov 14
- Child Scientist for National level representation at National Children Science Congress, 2003 and 2005.
- Technical Excellence Award for 2013, Electronics Engineering Society, IIT (BHU), Varanasi
- Best paper award at AYAAM 2012, Technical Festival, EES, IIT (BHU), Varanasi
- Jay Prakash, Jue Wang and Jemin Lee, ”Detection of Pilot Contamination Attack with Full-Duplex Receiver”, ITC-CSCC 2015, Seoul, South Korea
- NI Week, 2016: Physical Layer generation test bed using USRP, Austin, Texas, USA.