Dr. Khyati Chopra

Assistant Professor

Specialization : Electronics & Communication Engineering

Professional Biography

Khyati Chopra is an expert in the area of physical layer security, analog and digital communication, data communication and networking.

Prior to taking up the current role in 2018, Khyati Chopra served as RF Software Engineer at National Instruments.

Khyati Chopra holds a PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (India) in collaboration with University of Nebraska (United States); a university rank holder in MTech (Communication Engineering) from Birla Institute of Technology and Science; and BTech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) from Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology.

Publications (from 2015)

Scholarly Journals
‘EEG based epileptic seizure detection using GPLV model and multi support vector machine’, Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences, 41(1), pp. 143-161. (Sharma, R. and Chopra, K.,  2020).

‘EEG signal analysis and detection of stress using classification techniques’, Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences, 41(1), pp.229-238(Sharma, R. and Chopra, K., 2020).

‘Intercept probability analysis of cognitive radio threshold- based system with diversity reception’, International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control. (Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A.,  2019).

‘Secrecy outage performance of cognitive radio network with selection combining at eavesdropper’, Recent Patents on Computer Science. (Chopra, K. Bose, R.,  and Joshi, A.,  2019).

‘Secrecy performance of threshold-based cognitive relay network with diversity combining’, IEEE Journal of Communications and Network, 20(4), pp. 383-395. (Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A., 2018).

‘Secrecy outage of threshold-based cooperative relay network with and without direct links’, EURASIP Springer Journal on Information Security. (Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A., 2018).

‘Stackelberg game for price and power control in secure cooperative relay network’, Institution of Engineering and Technology Cyber Physical System, 4(1), pp. 58 – 67. (Chopra, K., Bose, R.  and Joshi, A., 2018).

‘Secrecy performance of threshold-based decode-and-forward cooperative cognitive radio network’, Institution of Engineering and Technology Communications, 11(9), pp. 1396-1406. (Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A.  2017).

Scholarly Conference Proceedings
‘Internet of Things- security challenges and appropriate solutions,’ International Conference on Sustainable Cities and Communities, G D Goenka University, Gurgaon.(Bholan, R.  and Chopra, K., 7-8 February 2020).

‘Collation of NBIOT with other LPWAN legacy technologies’, International Conference on Innovations in Electronics & Communication Engineering, Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus, Hyderabad, India.(Bholan, R. and Chopra, K., 2-3 August 2019).

‘CSI knowledge effect on secrecy of threshold-based underlay cognitive decode-and-forward relaying’, International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks, ASET, Amity University, Noida. (Chopra, K., Bose, R., and Joshi, A., 22-23 February 2018).

‘Secure data aggregation with mean field extensive game theoretic framework’, International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks, ASET, Amity University, Noida.(Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A. ,  22-23 February 2018).

‘Power trading in secure cooperative relay network with Cournot Duopoly model’, Eighth International Conference on Cloud Computing, Data Science & Engineering, Amity University, Noida. (Chopra, K., Bose, R.  and Joshi, A.,  11-12 January 2018).

‘Secrecy outage performance of cooperative relay network with diversity combining’, IEEE International Conference on Signal and Image Processing, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. (Chopra, K., Bose, R.  and Joshi, A.   4-6 August 2017).

‘Secure power trading in cooperative relay network with asymmetric Cournot Duopoly model’, Annual Symposium on Information Assurance, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York. (Chopra, K. , Bose, R.  and Joshi, A.,  7-8 June 2017).

‘Secrecy outage of cooperative relay network with and without eavesdropper’s direct link’, IEEE National Conference on Communications (NCC’17), Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India. (Chopra, K., Bose, R., and Joshi, A., 2-3 March 2017).

‘Duopoly models for power trading in secure cooperative relay networks’, IEEE National Conference on Communications,Indian Institute of TechnologyGuwahati, India.  (Chopra, K., Bose, R. and Joshi, A., 4-6 March 2016).

Current Research

Khyati Chopra’s research focusses on physical layer security, cognitive radio networks and game theory.

Contribution to Profession and ​​Awards (from 2015)

Reviewer, Editorial Review Board: International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology; International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering.

Reviewer, Recent Patents on Engineering, Recent Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.

Best Paper in IEEE International Conference on Signal and Image Processing, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, August 2017.