Assist Prof Dr. Amit Agarwal | Wireless communications | Best Researcher Award

VNIT College, India

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Amit Agarwal's journey in academia began with a strong foundation in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the esteemed National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, where he excelled with an impressive CGPA of 8.7124/10. His aptitude for the field was evident even during his schooling, where he consistently achieved remarkable scores in both higher secondary and high school examinations, reflecting his commitment to academic excellence from an early age.

Professional Endeavors:

Amit's professional journey is characterized by a relentless pursuit of knowledge and innovation in the realm of wireless communication systems. Starting from his M.Tech. at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, where he delved deeper into Telecommunication Technology and Management, to his pivotal role as a Postdoc Fellow at the University of Cyprus, he has consistently contributed to cutting-edge research initiatives. His tenure as an Assistant Professor at both LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur, and VNIT Nagpur underscores his dedication to both research and education.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Amit's research interests span a wide spectrum of topics within wireless communication systems, including performance analysis, rate region analysis, and secrecy issues in various communication channels such as MIMO, VLC, and relay systems. His doctoral dissertation on "Achievable Rate Region for the 2 × 2 MU-MISO Optical Broadcast Channel With Per-LED Power Constraints" showcases his expertise in addressing complex challenges in optical communication systems, laying the groundwork for advancements in this field.

Accolades and Recognition:

Throughout his academic and professional journey, Amit has garnered several accolades and honors, including prestigious scholarships from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, for his exceptional performance in both the GATE examination and ongoing research endeavors. His achievements, including securing All India Rank 5580 in AIEEE 2007, further attest to his academic prowess and dedication to his field.

Impact and Influence:

Amit's contributions to the field of wireless communication systems have left a significant impact, not only through his research publications but also through his role as a mentor and educator. His guidance as a Teaching Assistant for various courses at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi has shaped the next generation of engineers and researchers in the field, fostering a culture of inquiry and innovation.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As he continues to advance his career, Amit Agarwal's legacy lies in his ongoing pursuit of excellence in research and education. His innovative solutions to pressing challenges in wireless communication systems pave the way for future advancements, ensuring that his contributions will continue to shape the landscape of telecommunications for years to come.


A total of 21656 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations        21656
  • h-index          62
  • i10-index       300

Notable Publications 

Berry curvature dipole senses topological transition in a moiré superlattice

S Sinha, PC Adak, A Chakraborty, K Das, K Debnath, LDV Sangani, ...
Nature Physics
A motif-based network analysis of regulatory patterns in Doxorubicin effects on treating breast cancer, a systems biology study

Z Dehghan, SA Mirmotalebisohi, M Sameni, M Bazgiri, H Zali
Avicenna journal of medical biotechnology
Mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress contribute to cognitive and motor impairment in FOXP1 syndrome

J Wang, H Fröhlich, FB Torres, RL Silva, G Poschet, A Agarwal, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Energy-efficient cloud service selection and recommendation based on qos for sustainable smart cities

P Sirohi, FN Al-Wesabi, HM Alshahrani, P Maheshwari, A Agarwal, ...
Applied Sciences
Microfluidics geometries involved in effective blood plasma separation

A Maurya, JS Murallidharan, A Sharma, A Agarwal
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics
Effectiveness-of Calcium Phosphate derivative agents on the prevention and remineralization of caries among children-A systematic review & meta-analysis of randomized …

K Singal, S Sharda, A Gupta, VS Malik, M Singh, A Chauhan, A Agarwal, ...
Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice
Cold snare versus cold forceps polypectomy for endoscopic resection of diminutive polyps: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

F Kamal, MA Khan, W Lee-Smith, S Sharma, A Acharya, U Farooq, ...
Gastrointestinal endoscopy
Amit Agarwal | Wireless communications | Best Researcher Award

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