- I'm a PhD Candidate in EECS at UC Berkeley. My advisor is Anant Sahai.
- Before this I completed my SB in EECS at MIT.
- Email: gireeja at eecs dot berkeley dot edu
- Letters, postcards and saying hi:
264 Cory Hall,
- Networking etcetera: LinkedIn
My dissertation focuses on the fundamental nature of information flows and bottlenecks in systems. I'm also interested in protocols that best allow us to exploit this nature. I'm interested in a lot of other things too, like the Internet of Things, crowdsourcing, spectrum sharing and more. We should talk sometime :).
Control and Information Theory
- Govind Ramnarayan, Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai,
Side-information in control and estimation, IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT) 2014.
- Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai,
Non-coherence in estimation and control, Allerton 2013.
- Kristen Woyach, Kate Harrison, Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai,
Comments on unknown channels,
Information Theory Workshop (ITW) 2012.
- Se Yong Park, Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai,
Carry free models and beyond,
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT) 2012.
- Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai,
Implicit communication in multiple access settings,
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)
This version corrects an error in the published version. The
lower bound in Theorem 5.3 should be
[Extended version with full proofs]
Protocol Design for Wireless Control
- Vasuki Narasimha Swamy, Sahaana Suri, Paul Rigge, Matt Weiner, Gireeja Ranade, Anant Sahai, Bora Nikolic,
Cooperative communication for low-latency high-reliability wireless control, submitted to ICC 2015.
- Gireeja Ranade, Vasuki Narasimha Swamy, Sahaana Suri, Paul Rigge,
Analysis of cooperative communication for low-latency high-reliability wireless control, extended version of ICC 2015.
Neuroscience and Brain-Machine Interfaces
- Gireeja Ranade,
Content in the Local Field Potential: Implications for Brain-Machine Interfaces,
M.S. Thesis, UC Berkeley, 2009.
- G. Ranade, K. Ganguly, and J. M. Carmena,
beta power predicts cursor stationarity in BMI Task,
Proceedings of the 4th International IEEE EMBS Conference on
Neural Engineering, 2009.
- K. Ganguly, L. Secundo, G. Ranade, A. Orsborn, D. Dragan,
J. Wallis, R. Knight, and J. Carmena,
representation of ipsilateral arm movements in monkey and man,
Journal of Neuroscience, 2009.
- J. M. Carmena , G. Ranade , and K. Ganguly,
Ensemble representation of movement parameters in motor cortex
during center-out reaches with the ipsilateral arm.
Abstract at 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, 2008.
Cardiovascular Modeling and Prediction
- Tushar A. Parlikar, Thomas Heldt, Gireeja Ranade, George Verghese,
Model Based Estimation of Cardiac Output and Total Peripheral Resistance,
Computers in Cardiology, October 2007.
- Tushar A. Parlikar, Thomas Heldt, Gireeja Ranade, and George Verghese,
Model-based Estimation of Cardiac Output and Systemic Vascular Resistance,
U.S. Patent 2008/027812 A1, Nov. 20, 2008.
- EE 126: Probability and Random Processes, UC Berkeley, Graduate Student Instructor. Reviews.
- CS 70: Discrete Math and Probability, UC Berkeley, Guest Lecturer for five weeks for 500 student lower-division class in Spring and Fall 2014.
- EE 229A: Information Theory and Coding, UC Berkeley, Guest Lecturer for three lectures, Fall 2014.
- Govind Ramnarayan: Value of future information in control over lossy networks. Currently PhD student at MIT.
- Sahaana Suri: Wireless protocol design for low-latency high-reliability control applications. Currently fourth year at UC Berkeley.
- Ena Hariyoshi: Geometric interpretations of the value of information in certain systems with varying parameters. Currently third year at UC Berkeley.
- Leah Dickstein: Effects of delay and quantization in control systems. Currently second year at UC Berkeley.
I've had the good fortune of working with
George Verghese's group group at MIT as well as the
at UC Berkeley.
I've been heavily involved with the
and WICSE at Berkeley,
both of which are great communities. Come join us!
I was also involved in starting up EECSPeers. Feel free to reach out to me anytime to talk.
From January to June 2009, I taught computer science in Accra, Ghana at
MEST. Here are some
Consider teaching with the
Prison University Project
if you are in the Bay Area.