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Ayan is a registered Patent Agent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, with experience in patent preparation and prosecution, infringement analysis, and targeted prosecution, in both domestic and foreign jurisdictions. He has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications in the last 15 years in a wide variety of technical areas, such as computer architecture, computer power management, computer network, memory and cache management, circuits, semiconductor packaging, semiconductor process, wireless technologies (LTE/5G), artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
Ayan received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering in 1998 from National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, India, and earned his Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 2005. Prior to his graduate studies, Ayan worked as an Electrical Engineer in a Petrochemicals company in India. Ayan has published extensively and has 10 technical papers in various journals and conferences, mostly in IEEE journals and conferences, in the field of Electrical Engineering.
Prior to joining the firm, Ayan worked for about 6 years at the law firm of Lee & Hayes, and two and a half years at the law firm of Green, Howard, & Mughal, and about six years at various other intellectual property law firms.
1. “Adaptive power control for wireless networks using multiple controllers and switching”, IEEE Transaction on Neural Networks, vol. 16(5), Sept. 2005.
2. “Conditions on the stability of a class of second-order switched systems”, IEEE Transaction on Automatic Control, vol. 51(2), Feb. 2006.
3. “Cost detectability and stability of adaptive control systems”, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, vol. 17(5-6), Mar. 2007.
4. “Model Reference Adaptive Control using Multiple Controllers & Switching”, IEEE International Conference on Decision and Control, vol. 4, Dec. 2003.
5. “A switched system model for stability analysis of Distributed Power Control Algorithms for Cellular Communications”, American Control Conference, vol. 2, June 2004.
6. “Power control in cellular communication networks using multiple controllers and switching”, American Control Conference, vol. 4, June 2004.
7. “Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Stability of a Class of Second Order Switched Systems”, American Control Conference, vol. 5, June 2004.
8. “Cost-detectability and Stability of Adaptive Control Systems”, IEEE International Conference on Decision and Control, Dec. 2005.
9. “Multi–Controller Adaptive Control (MCAC) for a Tracking Problem using an Unfalsification approach”, IEEE International Conference on Decision and Control, Dec. 2005.
10. “Safe adaptive switching through infinite controller set: stability and convergence”, International Federation of Automatic Control World Congress, July 2005.