QIF 2020 India

2020 India Program Details

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. proudly announces the launch of Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2020-2021 program for selected Indian universities. Each winning team (up to 2 students and 1 faculty) will receive a financial award for the academic year 2020-21, plus assignment of a Qualcomm researcher(s) as a mentor to facilitate close interaction with Qualcomm.

The Program is sponsored by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and Qualcomm Technology Licensing headquartered at 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego, CA 92121 (“Sponsor”).

Qualcomm Research is a division of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
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Innovation Title

IIT – Kanpur

Dhanajit Brahma

Piyush Rai

Continual Semi-Supervised Multi-Objective Learning

IIT – Madras

Salman Siddique Khan

Kaushik Mitra

Data-driven Reconstruction and Joint Design of Optics for Lensless Cameras

IISc – Bangalore

V. Arvind Rameshwar, Aashish Tolambiya

Navin Kashyap

Designing Capacity-Achieving Codes for Channels With Memory Using Reinforcement Learning

IISc – Bangalore

Anjana Mahesh

B Sundar Rajan

Embedded Index Coding for D2D Communication

IIT – Madras

Lakshmy A V

Chester Rebeiro

Instant Side-Channel Vulnerability Estimation of Digital Designs

IIIT – Hyderabad

Unni Krishnan R Nair, Nivedita Rufus

K Madhava Krishna, Vineet Gandhi

Language-Based Navigation with Object Referenced Spatiotemporal Constraints in Autonomous Driving

IISc – Bangalore

Kartheek Kumar Reddy Nareddy

Chandra Sekhar Seelamantula

On the Representation Capability of Binary Neural Networks

IISc – Bangalore

Jogendra Nath Kundu

R. Venkatesh Babu

Self-Supervised Human Mesh Recovery From In-the-wild Videos

IIT – Kharagpur

Manashi Chakraborty, Sohan Rudra

Prabir Kumar Biswas, Pabitra Mitra

Texture Aware CNN for End-to-End Trainable Iris Recognition System

IIT – Bombay

Ganpat Parulekar, Sandeep Goyal

Shalabh Gupta

True Full-Duplex High Speed IOs/Interconnects for Smartphones and AI/ML Hardware

IIT – Kanpur

Mohmad Aasif Bhat, Anteshwar Chimadge

Imon Mondal

Wideband Delay Lines with Reduced Insertion Loss for Beamforming at mm-wave Frequencies

Fellowship Winners and Finalists

The Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship began in 2009, and has continued to grow with the addition of more universities, more candidates, and expansion to our research centers internationally. Take a look at a list of all our fellowship winners and finalists from years past:

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