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Research in Computer Science & Engineering

Research in Computer Science & Engineering

List of Guides & their expertise

Name Email ID Research Interests
Dr. Sunilkumar S. Manvi sunil.manvi@revainstitution.org WSN, Multimedia Communications, Soft Computing, Grid/Cloud Computing, Commerce
Dr. Kiran Kumari Patil kirankumari@reva.edu.in Content Based Audio Retrieval, Innovative Mobile Application Development, Health Care, ICT For Rural Health Care And WSN
Dr. Mallikarjuna Shastry P M mallikarjunashastry@reva.edu.in Parallel Computing, Computer Networks, Compiler Design, Computer Architecture, Image Processing, Wireless Sensor Networks
Dr.Udaya Rani.V udayamurthy@revainstitution.org Data Mining, Networks, Genetic Programming
Dr. Mallikarjun M. Kodabagi mallikarjunmk@reva.edu.in Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Soft Computing, Internet of Things, Language Processing, and Communication Protocols
Dr. M Prabhakar prabhakar.m@reva.edu.in Networks, Artificial Intelligence
Dr. P V Bhaskara Reddy bhaskarreddy.pv@reva.edu.in Image Processing, Data Mining, Software Engineering, Computer Networks

Research Facilities

a. VGST Cloud Lab

The objectives of establishing the cloud computing laboratory is to perform experiments related to the following areas using programs, tools and simulation techniques. The laboratory will be used to build programs to implement the following algorithms, test the programs and conduct the experiments by using real time data. The results will be recorded, analysed and published.

  • Analysis of Satellite Imagery for Cloud Cover to predict the amount of precipitation received in an area under observation
  • An Indexing System for Scientific Data using Fast Query
  • Dynamic Pricing for efficient workload collocation
  • Security Surveillance using Motion Detection
  • Securing Multimedia data using role based license

Developing MapReduce algorithms for various parallel tasks like Matrix-Vector multiplication Document Classification, Solving Linear Systems, Sorting, Finite Difference Methods, Fast Fourier Transform and Combinatorial Search.

Some of the projects carried out are:

  • Preventing Real-time packet classification to avertSelective jamming attacks in wireless networks.
  • Design and Development of Efficient AODV Protocol and Encryption Mechanisms to Prevent Security Attacks in Adhoc Networks
  • Cloud-Based Mobile Social TV
  • Preservation of Privacy in Cloud: Mobile Health Monitoring
  • Security Surveillance Using Motion Detection
  • A Cloud based DRM Scheme with SimCard
  • The Design and Realization of ZigBee – Wi Fi Wireless gateway using ARM9 Board
  • Implementation of Garbage Disposal Management System (GDMS)
  • Dynamic Collaboration Framework for Multi Cloud Computing Environments
  • Dynamic Pricing for Efficient Workload Colocation
  • An Indexing System for Scientific Data using FastQuery.
b. Mobile and Wireless Network Lab

The students and faculty work in the Lab to develop algorithms and implement applications on mobile devices in the areas of healthcare and farming. Some of the projects carried out are listed as follows:

  • Remote Rural Health Monitoring Using Maemo Platform
  • Temporal and Spatial Information Dissemination forBpand Diabetic Patients.
  • Farming under Technology’s Ideal Solution Using Maemo(Futism)
  • Helping Farmers Dynamically Through Positioning System (Hdps).
  • A Generic Framework of Information Services for Physically Challenged People.
  • Personalized Location Based Services
  • Online E-Wallet System with Decentralized Credential Keepers.

Some of the training and Interaction carried out are:

  • 14 Faculties and 5 students attended International Forum Nokia Developer Conference at Taj Residency, Bengaluru.
  • Conducted 2-days workshop on “Qt-Maemo ” at REVA.
  • Every month-end interaction with Nokia Finland experts over teleconferencing to update the status of ongoing projects.
  • 2 Faculties and 2 students invited for “Mobile Application Development” conference at Royal orchid, Bengaluru.
  • 2 faculties went to attend 2 day workshop on “Qt” at Nokia India Ltd.
  • 7 students attended workshop on “Advanced Qt Training with Emphasis on Networking & Mobility, at KLE Belgaum.
  • 2 Faculties& 2 students participated Windows Phone 7 development training at Bengaluru.

Research Grants

a. Executed Projects
S.No PRINCIPAL INVETIGATOR FUNDING AGENCY TOPIC DURATION (From - To)
01 Dr. Kiran Kumari Patil PSI 1. Healthcare System
2. Location based service
3. E- Service & Security
2012-14
02 Prof. Bharathi M A VGST Migration of Business Logic to Database 2012-14
03 Dr. KiranKumariPatil VGST Tele mammography services for rural Indian women 2012-14
b. Ongoing projects
S.No PRINCIPAL INVETIGATOR FUNDING AGENCY TOPIC DURATION (From - To) Amount (Rupees)
01 G C SATHISH VGST Cloud Computing Laboratory for Image Processing and Multimedia Data Security 2013 10,00,000

Consolidated report on VGST proposal submission.

S.No Name of VGST grant Title of the proposal Principal Investigator Co-Investigator Duration Grants in Rs
01 K-FIST (level -1) Infrastructure strengthening in Science and Technology for Big Data Analytics Dr.Mallikarjuna Shastry Prof. Satish G C 1 Year 10 Lac
02 CISEE Establishment of Innovative Skill Development Center for Enhancing Employability through Vocational and Skill Development Training among Rural Women, Adolescent Girls and Youth Members Dr. Kiran Kumari Patil -- 3 years 30 Lac
03 CESEM Metamorphosing Medical Informatics for underserved Rural of Rural India with Internet of Things Prof. AshwinKumar -- 3 Year 56L
04 SMYSR Microclimate Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks for Agricultural Applications Prof. Rajeev Ranjan Dr. Prabhakar 1 Year 4 lac
05 K-FIST (level -1) Establishing Embedded system Computing Laboratory for Real Time Automization , Wearable and Pervasive computing. Prof. Venkatesh Prasad Prof. Satish G C 2 Years 20 lac
06 CISEE Centre for training and development in cyber security. Prof. Shilpa Choudhary -- 3 Years 30L
07 CISEE Establishment of underwater Acoustic Sensor Network information systems Laboratory. Prof. Vani K -- 3 Year 30L
08 TRIP-2015-2016 Identification of Biological Specimens Using Cloud Sourcing. A.Ananda shankar -- 1 Year 40 K

Research Publications

a. Journals
  • Gopal K., S. S. Manvi, “Virtual Resource Prediction in Cloud Environment: A Bayesian Approach”, “Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications”, March 2016.
  • Gopal K., S. S. Manvi, “Modeling resource virtualization concept in cloud computing environment using finite state machines",Inderscience: International Journal Cloud Computing, Vol. No. 4, Issue No.2, August 2015 pp.258 - 278 .
  • S. S. Manvi, “QoS and stability based anycast routing in MANETS”, Elsevier International Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Vol.No-39, March 2014, pp.140–151.
  • S. S. Manvi, “Regression based critical information aggregation and dissemination in VANETs: A cognitive agent approach",Elsevier Vehicular Communications, Vol.No. 1, Issue No. 4, October 2014, pp. 168–180.
  • P.V.Bhaskar Reddy, “Content Based image indexing and retrieval using directional local extrema and magnitude patterns”, Elseiver International Journal of Electronics and Communications, Vol No. 68, Issue No.7, July 2014, pp 637–643.
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, “Wireless technology to monitor remote patients-A survey”, Vol.No- 4, Issue No. 2, Apr 2014, pp-65-76
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, “Medical Alert System for Remote Health Monitoring Using Sensors and Cloud Computing” , Vol.No 03, Issue No. 04, April-2014 ,pp 884-888.
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, “Deploying Backup sensors for Fault Tolerance in Structural Health Monitoring” , Vol. No. 2, Issue No. 2, June 2014,pp.205-208.
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, “Roles Of Computer Vision, Image Processing And Pattern Recognition In Healthcare Application”, Issue- Feb 2014.
  • Sujatha.K , Dr.Udayarani.V, Dr.Vinayaka Murthy,“Mip and unsupervised clustering for the detection of brain tumor cells”, International journal of innovative research in advanced engineering, Vol No.1,Issue No-2, April 2014, pp 164-168.
  • Laxmi B Rananavare, “Security in Wireless Sensor Network using Stationary Access Nodes”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology Research, Vol.No.2, Issue No. 2, Month: April-June 2014, pp 224-237.
  • Kiran M, “On Job Chaining Map Reduce Meta Expressions of Mapping and Reducing Entropy Densities”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) Vol. No. 113 Issue No. 15 Year 2015 pp 20-27.
  • Kiran M, “On the Map Reduce Arrangements of Cartesian product Specific Expressions”, , International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) Vol. No. 112 Issue No.9, Year 2015 pp 34-41.
  • Kiran M,” On Composite Join Expressions of Map-side with many Reduce Phase”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) Vol No.110 Issue No 9 Year 2015, pp 37-44.
  • Kiran M, “How Replicated Join Expressions Equal Map Phase or Reduce Phase in a MapReduce Structure”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA). Vol No. 107, Issue No. 12 Year 2014 ,pp 43-50.
  • Kiran M, “How Reduce Side Join Part File Expressions Equal MapReduce Structure into Task Consequence, Performance” International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA),Vol. No.105, Issue No. 2,Year 2014, pp 8-15 .
  • Kiran M, “Shuffling Expressions with MapReduce Arrangements and the Role of Binary Path Symmetry”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Vol No. 102 Issue No.16 Year 2014, pp 23-50.
  • Kiran M, “How Minimal are MapReduce Arrangements for Binning Expressions”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Volume No.99 Issue No. 11 Year 2014,pp 7-14.
  • Kiran M, “On Randomized Minimal MapReduce Set for Filtering Expressions”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Vol No-98 ,Issue No- 3 ,Year 2014, pp 1-8.
  • Kiran M, “On The Least Economical MapReduce Sets for Summarization Expressions” , International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Vol No. 94,Issue No. 7 ,Year 2014, pp 13-20.
  • Kiran M ,“Asymmetric Key-Value Split Pattern Assumption over MapReduce Behavioral Model”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Vol.No. 86 ,Issue No.10, Year 2014,pp 30-34.
  • Kiran M,” On Randomized Preference Limitation Protocol for Quantifiable Shuffle and Sort Behavioral Implications in MapReduce Programming Model”, Parallel & Cloud Computing (PCC) Vol.No. 03, Issue No.01, Year 2014,pp 1-14.
  • Shalini Tiwari, “A Simulation Study and Comparison of On-Demand Ad-hoc Routing Protocols using QualNet 5.2”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Vol.No. 122, Issue No. 06, Year 2015,pp.21-26.
  • Naveen Chandra gowda, “An Active Resource Provision for Cloud Computing Environment, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology”, IJARCET, Vol.No. 3, Issue No. 04, Year 2014,pp.2869-2874
  • Vidya M., Reshmi S, “Contending Against Energy Debilitating Attacks in Wireless Ad-hoc Sensor Networks”,IJIRAE, Vol. No.1, Issue No-1, March-2014 pp.1-5.
b. Conferences
  • S. S. Manvi, “Analysis of acoustic channel in underwater sensor networks”, Proc.2015 IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, Bengaluru, India, ,June 2015
  • G. K. Shyam, S. S. Manvi, “Efficient resource allocation in cloud computing using users and providers agent”, IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, Bengaluru, India, 2015.
  • G. K. Shyam, S. S. Manvi, “Co-operation based game theoretic approach for resource bargaining in cloud computing environment “IEEE Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI),kochi,India,2015
  • S. S. Manvi, Anup T.H., “A Performance Study of Hybrid Routing Protocols for Variation of Nodes in Wireless Mesh Networks”, IEEE International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing-ICCSP'15, Melamaravathur, India, April 2015.
  • S. S. Manvi, Anup T.H., “Performance Analysis of Hybrid Routing Protocols in Wireless Mesh Networks using Variation in Maximum Speed”, Proc. 4th IEEE International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing-ICCSP'15, Melamaravathur, India, April 2015.
  • S. S. Manvi, “Implementation security mechanisms in wireless sensor networks using crossbow motes”, Proc. IEEE Conference Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC), Bangalore, India, October 2014.
  • G.K. Shyam, S. S. Manvi, “FSM Based Model for Resource Allocation in Virtualized Cloud Environments”, IEEE INDICON, Pune, Dec 2014.
  • P. I. Basarkod, S. S. Manvi, “Stability and QoS based congestion aware unicast routing in MANETs”, Proc. IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, New Delhi, India, Feb 2014.
  • Nagesh S, S. S. Manvi, “QoS mapping from user to network requirements in WSN :A fuzzy logic appraich”, Proc. IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, New Delhi, India, Feb 2014.
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, "Digital telemammography services for rural India, software components and design protocol, IEEE International Conference on Advances in Electronics, Computers and Communications (ICAECC), Bangalore, India, 2014.
  • Dr.KiranKumariPatil, “Analysis of foot sole image using image processing algorithms”, IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology , Bengaluru, India, Sept. 2014.
  • T Arun Kumar, G.CSathish, ”Preventing Real-time Packet classification by usingDynamic key Exchange Protocol”, Elsevier International Conference on Networking, Information & Communications , Bangalore, India, 2014.
  • Divya G, G C Sathish, ”Dynamic Collaboration Framework for MultiCloud Computing Environment & Security Issues”, International Conference on Communication and Computing, Alpha College of Engineering, Bengaluru, India, 2014.
  • Dr.Udaya Rani .V, “NIDS In Infrastructure as a Service Clouds”, National level Post Graduate Technical Symposium.
  • Laxmi B Rananavare , “Enhancement Of Learning Using Speech Recognition And Lecture Transcription”, ICICT,2014.
  • Shiva Kumar.R.Naik, “Innovative Personalized search engine”, national conference, Bangalore, India,2014.
  • Asha K, “Distributed MAC Protocol for congnitive radio networks”, ICNIC,Bangalore,India,2014
  • Asha K, “Receiver based Routing protocal for cognitive radio networks”, ICNIC, Bangalore, India, 2014.
  • Asha K, “MAC protocol in congitive radio networks: A Servey”, NCRASET, Bangalore, India, 2014.
  • P.V.Bhaskar Reddy,” A Survey on CBIR methods using Local Features”, 2014, Digital Image Processing.
  • Vidya M., Reshmi S, “Defending against Energy Debilitating attacks in Wireless Sensor Networks”, ICCIT-2014, Bangalore, India,2014.

Thrust Areas of Research

Primary Research Areas includes:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Computer Networks
  • Big Data and Data Mining
  • Image Processing
  • Healthcare Systems
  • Internet of Things(IoT)
  • Software Engineering
  • Signal Processing
  • Sensor Networks
  • Embedded Systems & VLSI
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Wearable Wireless Sensor Networks
Research and Innovation
Office of Research and Innovation,
REVA University, Rukmini Knowledge Park Kattigenahalli, Yelahanka,
Bangalore – 560 064
Karnataka, India
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Faculty/Research scholars pursuing research

Name Title of research University
Akram Pasha Computational Intelligence and Big Data VTU, Belgaum
Ambika B J A path Restoration in MPLS network using Graph Theory REVA University
Anand Shankar A Opinion and trust based collaborative decision making REVA University
Anilkumar Ambore Designing an evolutionary algorithm to increase efficiency of Data VTU, Belgaum
Ashwin Kumar Motagi An Algorithmic approach for decision making using medical data VTU, Belgaum
Dheeraj D Classification of Glioma in human brain using MR Images VTU, Belgaum
Gopal Krishna Shyam Resource Management in Cloud Computing. VTU, Belgaum
Kiran M Information Theoretical modeling of MapReduce Design Expressions REVA University
Laxmi B Rananavare Knowledge representation and Automated reasoning SVUCE, Tirupathi
Lithin K Wearable wireless Networks VTU, Belgaum
Lohit Penubaku Design and Implementation of a fully autonomous quadcoper with low carbon footprint REVA University
MeenakshiSundaram A Automatic detection of forged areas in a fictious image for deformation applications VTU, Belgaum
Mylara Reddy Performance evaluation of fault tolerance techniques in cloud computing VTU, Belgaum
Nirmala S Guptha Investigation of CBIR Algorithms for medical image and Applications using multi dimensional features REVA University
Pavithra P Automatic Detection Of Crop Diseases Using Nature Inspired Algorithms VTU, Belgaum
Ravi Shankar Investigation on scheduling algorithms for provisioning QoS in 802.16ee tactical network VTU, Belgaum
Sarvamangala D R Bio-inspired computing in health-care applications VTU, Belgaum
Sheelavathy K V Content Based behavioral approach for malicious code detection in data mining REVA University
Shilpa Chaudhary Resource prediction based routing in MANET VTU, Belgaum
Shobha Biradar Design and Development of new Techniques for coverage and connectivity in WSN VTU, Belgaum
Sujatha K Security for sensitive Data in Big Data Analytics REVA University
Supreeth S Investigation on Scheduling Algorithms in Cloud Computing Platform VTU, Belgaum
Vani K Underwater Acoustic Sensor Network REVA University
Venkatesh prasad Simulation of Battery Management System Kuvempu University