3G Wireless, Computer Architecture, Probability and Random Variables, Switching Theory, Reliability Theory, Hardware Testing
Dr. Suresh Borkar joined IIT in 2006. He has been on the adjunct faculty in the ECE department since 1982 teaching courses in 3G Wireless, Computer Architecture, Probability and Random Variables, Switching Theory, Reliability Theory, Hardware Testing among others.
Dr. Borkar's primary professional experience has been in Computers, Telecom Networks, and Wireless systems while he was at Lucent Technologies since 1980. In the computers and networking areas, he has contributed to fault recovery, operating system, and networking software, performance, systems engineering, architecture, and product management. In the Telecom Networks, he has been very active in call processing, routing, communications protocols, and real time and distributed Operating systems developments. He has also been responsible for development of packet networks and integration, testing, and delivery of the 3G Wireless systems.
3G/4G Wireless – Advances and Challenges, Distinguished Faculty Seminar, IIT, Chicago , 2006
Opportunities and Challenges - Long Distance Communications, Telecomm Conf, New Delhi, India, 1999
Convergence and the Telecom Infrastructure, Telecommunications Conference , India , 1999
Next Generation Telecommunications Networks, CII, India , 1999
R/Evolution of Data Networks, Communications Journal , India , 1999
Wireless Data Access, Comdex Conference, New Delhi , 1999
Communications Scenario in the 21 st Century, Computer Journal , India , 1998
Platform Technology for Multimedia Applications, with P. Bajpai & W. Brouwer, Multimedia Conference , India , 1998
Future Broadband Services and Technology, with C. Liu, CommsIndia Conference, 1997