Research & Publications

 

Book Chapters

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Conference papers (Scopus) 21
Journal papers (Scopus/SCI) 9
Books/Proceedings 2
Patents (National) 6
Patents (International) 5
Invited presentation (Session Chair) 2
Guest Lecture (In India) 3
Panel Member 1
Certification Done by Faculty 12
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Hackathon wins

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Some of the Remarkable Publications in the top-notch journals are listed below.

  1. Bhatt, A., Computer vision-based predictive analysis of chronic cardiovascular disease using heartbeat features. Multimedia Tools Appl(2022), Springer,  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-022-14020-6. (Springer) (SCI/IF=3.6)
  2. Bhatt, 2023, Dcrff-Lhrf: An Improvised Methodology for Efficient Land-Cover Classification On Eurosat Dataset”, Multimedia Tools and Applications, (Springer) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-023-17612-y (SCI/IF=3.6)
  3. Bhatt, A., 2023. Optimized active contor segmentation model for medical image compression. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, 80, p.104244. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bspc.2022.104244 (Elsevier) (SCI/IF=5.1)
  4. Bhatt, A., 2023. Fruit type classification using deep learning and feature fusion in Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compag.2023.107990 (SCI/IF-8.1)

  • Dr Bandana Mahapatra, Prof Kumarsanjay Bhorekar, published a book chapter AI techniques for Resource Management during Covid-19, Book Chapter Springer edited collection titled “Emerging Technologies for battling COVID-19 – Applications and Innovations” available at https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030600389.
  • Dr Bandana Mahapatra, Dr Anand Nayyar, published a book chapter AI techniques for Resource Management during Covid-19, Book Chapter Springer edited collection titled “Emerging Technologies for battling COVID-19 – Applications and Innovations” available at https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030600389.
  •  Dr Ruby Jain, Ajantha Devi, published a book chapter “Use of Artificial Intelligence in Pharmacovigilance for Social Networking sites” Book chapter under Book AIGE 2021.
  •  Dr Ruby Jain, Dr Manimala Puri, Prof Bhuvan Jain, published a book chapter “Disaster Management Using Rrecent Ttechnologies Dduring COVID-19”, Book Chapter Springer edited collection titled “Emerging Technologies for battling COVID-19 – Applications and Innovations”.
  • Anjaneya Turai, a Student of B.Sc. Data Science has also carried out extensive research and published paper in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCE RESEARCH, IDEAS AND INNOVATIONS IN TECHNOLOGY (ISSN: 2454-132X). IJARIIT is an endeavor in order to promote research, innovation and new ideas in various fields of technology for journal publication (Impact Factor 6.078) for young minds. The journal is Indexed at JIFACTOR, Academia, ResearcherID, NISCIR, Google Scholar, ORCID, Cosmos, SJIFACTOR and DRJI.
  • Subhash Nadar, a Student of PGD Data Science & AI has also carried out extensive research and published book Chapter “Use of Artificial Intelligence in Pharmacovigilance for Social Networking sites in Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Global Epidemics.
  1. The highlights of the research are as follows:

With the rapid advancements in technologies like smart grid, network communication, information infrastructures, bidirectional communication medium’s, energy conservation methodologies and diverse techniques, Home area networks (HANs) have undergone a revolutionary change pertaining to various areas of power consumption domains like electricity usage patterns, energy conservation at consumption premises, etc. Under a robust smart grid paradigm, modern home equipped with HEMS contributes significantly towards efficiency improvement, economizing energy usage, reliability, as well as conserving energy for distributed systems. The objective of the research is to present a comprehensive review covering the various technical and conceptual aspects of efficient power management at home front.

The highlights of the research are as follows:

The name “Cloud computing” has been named after the fact of information’s that are retrieved is generally found remotely either in the cloud or on a virtual space. Companies providing cloud services facilitates to the users, helping them to store files and applications at remote servers and thereafter accessing all data’s through the Internet. This implies the flexibility for the user to be able to access the resources and allowing them to work remotely as per their convenience. The concept of Cloud computing takes away the heavy burden of lifting required in the procedure of crunching and processing data off the devices the user carries around or sit and work at. The technology also moves all of these work into huge computer clusters present far away in cyberspace. Here the Internet takes place of the cloud, where the data, work, and applications are accessible from any device which can be connected to the Internet, irrespective of the geographic location. Recently the concept of cloud computing has contributed towards causing a major shift in the IT industry. Various new technologies have evolved, introducing new methods to virtualize IT systems and to access the required applications over the Internet, through web-based applications removing the need of any IT related costs for both hardware and servers.