Major strides have been made in the field of wireless communications over the last century. In this work, I will present my personal take (and invite the audience to participate) on the key technical contributions that have impacted the practice of modern wireless communications over the last five decades.
Dr. Seshadri is a Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at University of California San Diego, Distinguished Professor at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and consulting Chief Technology Officer at Quantenna Communications, San Jose, California.
He has a track record of contributing to successful research programs at AT&T Bell Laboratories and AT&T Labs, Inc., as well as creating and building a multi-billion dollar wireless business at Broadcom Inc.
He is a Fellow of IEEE, Member of the US National Academy of Engineering, Foreign Member of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) and holds about 200 patents. He received the Alexander Graham Bell Medal from IEEE in 2018.