Room ECED-1 : Telecom lab
Office Phone 0495-2286771
Areas Of Interest Resource allocation in communication networks, Stochastic optimization

I received my PhD in 2013 from the University of Texas at AustinI received my M.E. in 2009 from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, and my B.Tech in 2007 from National Institute of Technology Calicut.

I was with Qualcomm Wireless R&D (San Diego) between 2013-2020, working on small cells (self-configuration, resource/mobility management) and 5G (3GPP) focusing on upper layers, industrial IoT and URLLC.

Journal publications
● Mostafa Khoshnevisan, Vinay Joseph, Piyush Gupta, Farhad Meshkati, Rajat Prakash,
Peerapol Tinnakornsrisuphap, 5G Industrial Networks With COMP For URLLC And Time
Sensitive Network Architecture, IEEE Journal On Selected Areas In Communications, Vol 37,
2019, P 947-959
● Vinay Joseph, Sem Borst, Martin I Reiman, Optimal Rate Allocation For Video Streaming In
Wireless Networks With User Dynamics, IEEE/ACM Transactions On Networking, Vol. 24,
2016, P 820-835
● V. Joseph, G. de Veciana and A. Arapostathis, “Resource Allocation: Realizing
Mean-Variability-Fairness Tradeoffs”, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol 60,
2015, P 19-33.
● Vinod Sharma, Utpal Mukherji, Vinay Joseph, and Shrey Gupta, “Optimal energy
management policies for energy harvesting sensor nodes,” IEEE Transactions on Wireless
Communications, 2010.

Conference publications
● V. Joseph and G. de Veciana, "NOVA: QoE-driven Optimization of DASH-based Video Delivery
in Networks”, IEEE INFOCOM 2014.
● V. Joseph, Sem Borst and Marty Reiman, “Optimal rate allocation for adaptive wireless video
streaming in networks with user dynamics”, IEEE INFOCOM 2014.
● V. Joseph and G. de Veciana, “Jointly Optimizing Multi-User Rate Adaptation for Video
Transport over Wireless Systems: Mean-Fairness-Variability Tradeoffs”, INFOCOM 2012.
● V. Joseph and G. de Veciana, “Stochastic Networks with Multipath Flow Control: Impact of
Resource Pools on Flow-level Performance and Network Congestion”, SIGMETRICS 2011.
● V. Joseph, V. Sharma, and U. Mukherji, “Optimal sleep-wake policies for an energy harvesting
sensor node,” in Proceedings of IEEE ICC, June 2009.
● V. Joseph, V. Sharma, and U. Mukherji, “Opportunistic splitting for scheduling via stochastic
approximation,” in Proceedings of National Conference on Communications, NCC, January
2010 (received Best Paper Award in Networks Track).
● V. Joseph, V, Sharma, U. Mukherji, M. Kashyap, Joint Power Control, Scheduling And Routing
For Multicast In Multihop Energy Harvesting Sensor Networks, ICUMT 2010, Moscow,
● V. Sharma, U. Mukherji, and V. Joseph, “Efficient energy management policies for networks
with energy harvesting sensor nodes,” in Proceedings of 6th Annual Allerton Conference on
Communication, Control, and Computing, Sept. 2008.

● Multiple connectivity for high reliability, Vinay Joseph et al, Granted, Filed 2018
● Resource allocation for reserved resources, Vinay Joseph et al, Granted, Filed 2018
● Control elements to configure and trigger sounding reference signals, Vinay Joseph et al,
Granted, Filed 2018
● Techniques And Apparatuses For Managing Communications In A Private Wireless Network,
Vinay Joseph et al, Granted, Filed 2017
● Techniques And Apparatuses For Network Access Via A Hybrid Cell Associated With A Shared
Public Land Mobile Network Identity, Vinay Joseph et al, Granted, Filed 2017
● Incumbent Protection Consideration For Intra-GAA Channel Assignment, Mostafa
Khoshnevisan et al, Granted, Filed 2016
● General Authorized Access (GAA) Primary Channel Assignment For Multiple Operators,
Mostafa Khoshnevisan et al, Granted. Filed 2016
● Managing Handovers During A Suspended Transmission (STX) At A Base Station, Vinay
Joseph et al, Granted, Filed 2015
● Handover-related Measurements And Events For Power Adaptation, Damanjit Singh et al,
Granted, Filed 2014
● Rate Allocation Method And Apparatus For Optimization Of Adaptive Wireless Video
Streaming, Simon C Borst et al, Granted, Filed 2014