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United States
April 30, 2014

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Kshitij Agnihotri

*** *** ***** ***, ********* *R, Brooklyn, New York, 11220 Phone: 718-***-****



NYU School of Engineering, New York, U.S. May 2014 (Expected)

Master of Science in Telecommunication Networks, CGPA: 3.5/4.0.

Global Institute Of Technology, Rajasthan Technical University, Rajasthan, India. Jun 2011

Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering. CGPA (U.S. conversion): 4.0/4.0.


CCNA Routing and Switching: ICND 1- 962/1000 ICND 2 - 960/1000 Jul - Nov 2013


Implementation of a Least Square approximation problem on Python using Hadoop, NYU Aug 2013

• Study and implement a classical least square mathematical problem on Python.

• Writing code to be used on Hadoop infrastructure for producing optimal results.

DDoS attack mitigation in Software Defined Networks, NYU Current

• Writing a research paper and implementing DoS on SDN using Ryu/ Mininet Environment.

• Class presentation on measures taken to Mitigate DDoS attacks.

Power Control in Space Division Multiple Access, NYU Aug 2012

• Course Project: Wireless Personal Communication Systems.

• Research Paper written under the guidance of Professor T.S. Rappaport, on the Power Control techniques used in current

wireless cellular networks and how they can be implemented using SDMA.

• Power control through interference management in Femto-cell Architecture using Centralized and Distributed Sensing.

• Application of ‘Smart Power control’ technique in Uplink and Downlink scenarios.

Big Data Stock Analysis, Map-Reduce Programming in Python, NYU May 2013

• Course project: Cloud Computing and Data Center Networks.

• Used Python programming language to analyze historical data stock files using multiprocessing.

Cater-Pillar Robot, senior year project, Bachelor of Technology, Global Institute of Technology Jan 2011

• Autonomous robot with cater-pillar like movement in narrow and uneven terrain.

• Led a four-member team to deliver a complex model in just 6 weeks.

Simulation of Dual Frequency Band Micro Strip Antenna, Global Institute of Technology Jan 2011

• Performed graphical analysis of Radiation pattern and Antenna gain on Ansoft H.F.S.S, which displayed the characteristic

results for the Micro-strip Antenna.


Software Defined Networks, Cloud Computing and Data center Networks, Internet Architecture and Protocol (TCP/IP), High

Speed Networks and Network Security.


Software Languages: Good technical knowledge of Core Java, Python.

Software Applications: Wireshark, GNS3, MATLAB, LaTeX, Ansoft HFSS, At-prog, Dock Light, Mac iWork, MS office.

Operating Systems: Virtual Box, VMware, Linux, Mininet, Backtrack, Ubuntu, Mac OS X, LION, Windows Vista, 7, 8.


NYU School of Engineering, New York - Graduate Assistant Sept 2013 - Present

TRAINING: Hewlett Packard Educational Services, Embedded Technologies and Robotics May 2010

• Prepared a ‘Line Follower Robot’, emulating the straight-line movement by sensing white and dark regions.

• Programmed Atmel ATmega16 Microcontroller and TSOP IR sensors, using embedded C language.

• Completed the training with ‘A’ grade well within the allotted time period.


• NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering - Merit Scholarship worth $4000 per semester based on excellent academic

record and outstanding GRE performance.

• Managed LAN to accommodate 200+ participants during a national level LAN gaming competition (2010).

• 3rd Rank in a class of 150 students, in “International informatics Olympiad 2006”.

LANGUAGES: English and Hindi.

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