Biswadip Dey is a PhD candidate at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Maryland. He is working towards
his doctoral thesis under the supervision of Prof. P. S. Krishnaprasad. Biswa's present research
is focused on reconstruction, analysis and synthesis of pursuit and collective motion. To know more about his research, click here.
Analysis and Synthesis of Collective Behavior from a Geometric Perspective
Application of Statistical and Information Theoretic Tools for Analysis of Collective Motion in Biological Settings
Inverse Problems Related to Brain-Machine Interface
Further details can be found in the research overview page.
PhD (2009 - Present) : Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA.
M.Tech (2006 - 2008) : Systems & Control Engineering, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India.
B.E. (2002 - 2006) : Electrical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.
Awarded 2014 George Harhalakis Outstanding Systems Engineering Graduate Student Award by the Institute for Systems Research, University of Maryland, College Park.
Awarded Kulkarni Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship by Graduate School, University of Maryland, College Park for Summer'2013.
Awarded Clark School of Engineering Distinguished Graduate Fellowship by University of Maryland, College Park for Fall'2009
Ranked first (among 22 students) in the M.Tech Program in Systems & Control Engineering. Also ranked first at
the institute level.
Secured an All India Rank of 97 (among about 19000 students) in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
- 2006, a national level graduate entrance examination for the IITs and IISc.
Ranked third (among 102 students) in the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program.
[10/02/2014] - Submitted our paper on Biomimetic Algorithms for Coordinated Motion: Theory and Implementation to ICRA-2015.
[10/01/2014] - Talk at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
[09/26/2014] - Submitted our paper on Station Keeping through Beacon-referenced Cyclic Pursuit to ACC-2015.
[09/19/2014] - Talk at the Applied Math Lab, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
[07/20/2014] - Our proposal for a full-day workshop on Geometry of Collective Behavior: Control, Dynamics and Reconstruction has been accepted for presentation at CDC 2014.
[07/20/2014] - Our paper on Control-Theoretic Data Smoothing has been accepted for CDC 2014.