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Professor Vijay K. Madisetti obtained his B. Tech (Hons) in ECE at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India in 1984, and the Ph.D in EECS at University of California Berkeley in 1989. He received the Jagadis Bose National Science Talent Search Scholarship (JBNSTS) and the General Proficiency Prize at IIT Kharagpur, and the Demetri Angelakos Outstanding Graduate Student Award from UC Berkeley, and the IEEE/ACM Ira M. Kay Memorial Paper Prize in 1989. He served as a Teaching Assistant (1984-1985), a Research Assistant (1985-1988), and as an Instructor (1989) at UC Berkeley. He served as a visiting lecturer at COPPE/UFRJ in Fall 1988. Dr. Madisetti is a Fellow of the IEEE. Dr. Madisetti was awarded the 2006 Frederick Emmons Terman Medal by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) and Hewlett-Packard (HP) Corporation for his contributions to electrical engineering. He was also awarded the 1997 Outstanding PhD Dissertation Advisor Award by Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Industry Consortium Accellera, and Georgia Tech's Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Advisor Award in 2001.

Dr. Madisetti joined Georgia Tech in Fall 1989 and is now a Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has been active in the areas of digital signal processing, computer engineering, services science, system-level design methodologies & tools, and software systems, and has been a PI or co-PI in several active research programs in these areas including DARPA's Rapid Prototyping of Application Specific Signal Processors (RASSP), State of Georgia's Yamacraw Initiative, US Army's Federated Sensors Laboratory Program, and US Air Force Electronics Parts Obsolescence Initiative. He has extensive research ties to the industry, and has received an IBM Faculty Award and NSF's Research Initiation Award.

Dr. Madisetti has authored, co-authored, or edited, several books, and has been an active consultant to the industry and various research laboratories (including MIT Lincoln Labs and JHU Applied Physics Laboratory), and has founded three companies in the areas of embedded software, military chipsets, and wireless communications. He has supervised the PhD dissertations of over twenty engineers in the areas of DSP, communications, rapid prototyping, and system-level design methodology, of which five have resulted in thesis prizes or paper awards.

Dr. Madisetti is currently engaged in two major programs at Georgia Tech. He is the Executive Director of Georgia Tech's explorative initiative in founding a Georgia Tech Campus in India. He is chairing the joint College of Engineering, College of Management, and College of Computing working group in establishing a new interdisciplinary MS/PhD in Integrated Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech.

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[-1]. CETL and its "Great Teacher" Recognition, December 2010.

[0]. CETL and its "Great Teacher" Recognition. April 2008.

[0]. B. Mongia and V. Madisetti, , "Reliable Real-Time Applications on Android Operating System," , Submitted for Publication, June 2010. Click here for paper.

[1]. A. Bahga, V. Madisetti, "Technologies for Context-Based Video Search over the Web", Chapter 18: Digital Signal Processing Handbook (Vol II), CRC Press, Florida, 2009.

[2]. M. Sinnokrot, J. Barry, V. Madisetti, "Embedded Orthogonal Space-Time Codes for High Rate & Low Decoding Complexity," Proc. IEEE Globecom 2009 .

[3]. "Security Certification and Accreditation of Federal Information Systems - A Tutorial", by Dr. Vijay K. Madisetti, Presentation to Industry, 29 June 2009.
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[4]. Tutorial & Mock Examination of Expert Witness: "Impact of KSR v. Teleflex on Obviousness Defense/Offense Strategies in Patent Litigation", Patent Litigation Institute PLI 2008, Atlanta, Nov 10, 2008.
(Presented by Attorneys Nick Setty and Ruffin Cordell of Fish Richardson PC & Dr. Vijay Madisetti).
Click here for a copy of the presentation (PDF).

[5]. M. Sinnokrot, J. Barry, V. Madisetti, "Embedded Alamouti Space-Time Codes for High Rate & Low Decoding Complexity," Proc IEEE Asilomar Conference, October 26-29, 2008.

[6]. "Corporate Strategies for Utilization of Intellectual Property (IP)" through an IP Utilization and Beneficiation (IPUB) Methodology by Dr. Vijay Madisetti, 3 January 2009.
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[7]. Dr. Madisetti is named the recipient of the 2006 Frederick Emmons Terman Medal by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), June 2006. Presentation at Medal Presentation is available here.

[8]. V. K. Madisetti, Electronic System, Platform, & Package Codesign, in IEEE Design & Test of Computers, June 2006.

[9]. A. Argyriou, V. K. Madisetti, "The Design & Evaluation of an End-to-End Handoff Management Protocol", Wireless Networks , ACM/Springer, May 2006.

[10]. L. Jatunov, V. K. Madisetti, "Computationally Efficient SNR Estimation for Bandlimited WCDMA Systems", IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, January 2007.

[11]. A. Argyriou, V. K. Madisetti, "A Soft-Handoff Transport Protocol for Media Flows in Heterogenous Mobile Networks," Computer Networks, Vol. 50, Issue 11, Pages 1860-1871, August 2006.

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