Milan Jain

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Myself Milan Jain, Ph.D. Scholar (Computer Science) under the supervision of Dr. Amarjeet Singh and Dr. Vikas Chandan in Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Group of Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIITD). I am also a part of Energy Group of IIITD, where I am focused on minimizing energy consumption by HVAC systems (A major contributor towards electricity consumption). In 2014, I completed my Masters in Computer Science from IIITD with specialization in Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing (MUC). In 2012, I wrapped up my B.Tech in Information Technology (IT) from NIT Patna. To summarize my education:

  • 2014 – Present: Computer Science Ph.D. Scholar with Dr. Amarjeet Singh and Dr. Vikas Chandan – Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing (MUC) Group, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIITD).
  • 2012 – 2014: Computer Science M.Tech with Dr. Amarjeet Singh Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing (MUC) Group, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIITD). The title of my master’s dissertation was PACMAN: Predicting AC Consumption Minimizing Aggregate eNergy Cost.
  • 2008-2012: Information Technology B.Tech – National Institute of Technology Patna (NITP).

For more information, please have a look at my detailed CV and Resume  (last updated – September 2017).

Besides, I am also working with Prof. S. Keshav (University of Waterloo), Prof. Catherine Rosenberg (University of Waterloo), and Dr. Rachel K. Kalaimani (IIT Madras) on analyzing the influence of prediction errors on various control strategies.

Along with studies, I love doing activities such as going on adventure tours, playing LAN games such as FIFA and Counter Strike. Listening music and writing lyrics are some of my favorite part time.

To know more about me or my research, please feel free to contact me.

E-Mail ID: milanj@iiitd.ac.in

Office: B-309, Academic Building, IIIT-Delhi (Mon-Fri: 10:00 AM – 5:oo PM)

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