Key Research Areas

Communication networks, transportation networks, control theory, nonlinear dynamics


Sreelakshmi Manjunath received the B.E. degree from Visvesvaraya Technological University in 2012, and the MS and PhD degrees from Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2018. She was a postdoctoral research scholar in Washington University in St. Louis, MO, USA between 2018 -- 2019, after which she joined the School of Computing & Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Mandi. Her research interests are in the performance evaluation and design of communication networks, transportation networks and control theory.

Recent Publications

1. Sreelakshmi Manjunath and Gaurav Raina, "FAST TCP: Some fluid models, stability and Hopf bifurcation," Performance Evaluation, vol. 110, pp. 48--66, 2017.
2. Sreelakshmi Manjunath and Gaurav Raina, "Stability and performance of Compound TCP with a Proportional Integral queue policy," IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology vol. 27.5, pp. 2139-2155, 2018.
3. Gaurav Raina, Sreelakshmi Manjunath, Sai Prasad and Giridhar, K, "Stability and performance analysis of Compound TCP with REM and drop-tail queue management," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, vol. 24(4), pp. 1961-1974, 2015.
4. Sreelakshmi Manjunath, Anusha Podapati and Gaurav Raina, "Stability, convergence, limit cycles and chaos in some models of population dynamics," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol. 87.4, pp. 2577-2595, 2017.
5. Sreelakshmi Manjunath and Shen Zeng, "On trajectory tracking of control-affine nonlinear systems with unreliable communication," IFAC-PapersOnLine, vol. 52.20, pp. 223-228, 2019.

Course Taught

1. Computer networks
2. Network systems
3. Control theory
4. Linear algebra
5. Nonlinear dynamics