Degree Institution/University Year
PhD Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani 2015
Post Graduation Cochin University of Science and Technology 2004
Degree Regional Engineering College(now NIT) Rourkela 2002
Others    

 

Teaching
  • May 2015 to Till Date(As on 31/1/2018: 2 years 8 months)
 
Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science Engineering, Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kaladi.
 
  • Jan 2006 to May 2015 ( 9 years 5 months)
 
Lecturer, Dept of Computer Science and Information System, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Pilani Campus.
 
  • October 2005 to December 2005(0 years 3 months)
 
Lecturer, Dept of Computer Applications, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi.
 
  • September 2004 to October 2005(1 year 1 month)
 
Lecturer, Dept of Computer Science, Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology, Kakkanad.
Industrial
Research

Member, Distributed Computing and Netwroks Research Group, BITS-Pilani. (9 years)

Member, Research Cell, Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kaladi(2.5 years)

In Journals
National  

International

J1.  Murali Parameswaran; Chittaranjan Hota, "Sector Based Multicast Routing Algorithm For Mobile Ad-hoc Networks." International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks (IJWMN), vol.5 (5), pp 49–63, October, 2013. doi : 10.5121/ijwmn.2013.5504

J2.  Sumesh Raman; Murali Parameswaran; “eSSP: Bluetooth Security Value Addition.” International Journal of Electronics, Electrical and Computational System(IJEECS), vol 6(7), pp 548-552, July 2017.

J3.  Venkitram J; Murali Parameswaran; “mMatDaan: An Electronic Voting System Using Portable Devices.” International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Sciences(IJCMS), vol 6(7), pp 291-297, July 2017.

J4.  Ramesh. R, Dr. Murali P, Divya G, Gigy Johnson; “Integrated Statistical approach for Smart City in  India using IoT, A Case Study”; International Journal of Current Engineering and Scientific Research (IJCESR), Vol 4(5). May 2017.

 
In Conferences
National  

International

Abroad

  1. Murali Parameswaran, Rakesh Kumar, Chittaranjan Hota, Antti Yla- Jaski; "Energy-Aware Routing in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks", IFIP/IEEE Wireless Days 2008, Nov 24-27, 2008, Dubai, UAE.
  2. Murali Parameswaran; Chittaranjan Hota, "A novel permission-based reliable distributed mutual exclusion algorithm for MANETs," Wireless And Optical Communications Networks (WOCN), 2010 Seventh International Conference On , pp.1-6, 6-8 Sept. 2010, Colombo, SL.
  3. Murali Parameswaran; Chittaranjan Hota,"Arbitration-based Reliable Distributed Mutual Exclusion for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks", Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt), 2013 11th International Symposium and Workshops on, pp.380-387, May 13-17, 2013, Tsukuba Science City, Tokyo.
  4. Murali Parameswaran; Vatsal Rastogi; Chittaranjan Hota, "A Virtual-Force Based Multicast Routing Algorithm for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks," Ubiquitous and Future Networks 2013 (ICUFN), 2013 The Fifth International Conference on , pp.696-700, 2-5 Jul. 2013, Da Nang, Vietnam.
  5. Simi MS, Sankarnayaki, K, Murali Parameswaran, Sabine Sivadasan, “Exploring Female Infertility Using Predictive Analytics”, IEEE Global Humanitarian Te4chnology Conference, 2017(IEEE GHTC 2017), 19-22 Oct 2017, San Jose, California. (to be published soon in IEEE Xplore)

International Conferences in India

  1. Murali Parameswaran, A. Challa, M.R. Kasyap, Chittaranjan Hota, "A Generalized Energy Consumption Model for Wireless Sensor Networks," Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, International Conference on, pp. 210-213, November 2010, Bhopal.
  2. Rusheel Jain; Murali Parameswaran; Chittaranjan Hota, "An efficient on-demand routing protocol for MANETs using Bayesian approach," Communication Systems and Networks (COMSNETS), 2011 Third International Conference on, pp.1-4, 4-8 Jan. 2011, Banglore.
 

 

Google Scholar Profile: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=llkwYmMAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Female Infertility Problem using predictive analytics

Funding type: partially funded (INR 25,000/- from Departments of CSE and IT)

Brief Overview

With the availability of medical data for large number of patients in hospitals, early detection of diseases has been made easier in the recent past. Conditions like Infertility which are hard to detect or diagnose can be now diagnosed with greater precision with the help of predictive modeling. One of the key challenges for early detection and timely treatment is in identifying and recording key variables that contribute to specific variance of infertility. In this paper, we consider 26 variables and identify relevant variables for early detection of 8 variant classes of female infertility. We compared various techniques and determined that the Random forest is the best method offerings 88% of accuracy for a reasonably large hospital dataset of size 965. We are currently exploring methods to further improve the performance of the analytics algorithm. In future, we would like to develop a doctor-friendly application to be deployed in hospitals.

Deliverables:

Simi MS, Sankarnayaki, K, Murali Parameswaran, Sabine Sivadasan, “Exploring Female Infertility Using Predictive Analytics”, IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, 2017(IEEE GHTC 2017), 19-22 Oct 2017, San Jose, California. 

 

mMatdan

Funding type: Self funded

Brief Overview:

This project aims to develop an electronic voting system--an apparatus to register voters, an apparatus to cast votes from a list of candidates, an mechanism to transport the ballot papers from polling booths to counting centres, an apparatus to allow a voter to confirm that his vote was cast correctly, and an apparatus to validate the votes cast in case of a future dispute. We have currently completed phase 1 of the project: exploring options for the apparatus, method to communicate vote from polling booth to counting centre. The next phase is to construct a hardware device to record multi-mode biometric identification of voters and voter registration.

Current status: Ongoing/Partially completed. Consultations for constructing hardware component in progress.

Deliverables:

  1. Venkitram J; Murali Parameswaran; “mMatDaan: An Electronic Voting System Using Portable Devices.” International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Sciences(IJCMS), vol 6(7), pp 291- 297, July 2017. 

kissanVinimaya

Funding type: Self funded

Brief Overview:

This project aims to develop a bartering-based agri-commodity trading solution to enable direct transactions between farmers/producers and retail consumers. Technically, this realworld problem is a combination of travelling sales man problem, vehicle routing problem, knapsack problem; at least in NP. A background engine was developed in the first phase(in BITS, PIlani, Pilani campus as part of PG projects course). A user front end was developed next. This project is currently kept on hold due to ambiguity in regulatory framework, especially the reorganisation of sales via mandis. This project, once deployed on the field, shall be self-sustaining, with incomecoming from a small margin collected during the transactions in the cash segment.

Current Status: On Hold. 2 phases completed.  

 

Deliverables: --

 

mChakra

Funding type: Self funded

Brief Overview:

This project proposed a transport solution to address the needs of regular commuters. The core idea was to optimise vehicle usage of daily commuters like office goers, school/college students, etc. A mobile based solution was developed that used GPS location and on-device camera for tracking/recording, emergency contact to employer/Principal, child tracking for parents. The project has been halted in pre-production phase awaiting for suitable customers for the solution.

 

e-sentinals:

Funding type: self-funded

Brief Overview

In this work, we proposed a drone based solution to identify and track missing/lost persons in a crowded place like festivals, cultural shows, etc. Cameras attached to drones would capture individual person's faces, match with the photos of missing persons, and intimate to the police/operators about the location of the person once found. Another usecase of this work was to identify criminals in crowded places. Face recognition phase was completed. A simple sweeping algorithm to cover every inch of a pre-defined rectangular field was completed. Camera-mounted light drones were not deployed due to fnding limitations. Simulation of the drones in motion was not completed due to hardware limitations.

Current status: Partially completed. Project currently put on hold, awaiting for funding.

Deliverables: --

Student Performance montitoring system: ASPARE

Funding status: self funded

Brief overview:

This ongoing project allows a faculty member to records marks of evaluation components and assess the progress of course towards meeting pre-defined course outcomes in  outcome based education paradigm. The first leg shal involve collection of marks from individual faculty members, measuring the outcomes and assessing the gaps in attainment. The project automates the computational aspect so that the corresponding faculty can focus on in-depth analysis required to guage the attainment levels. In a later phase, computation of PO from individual COs, assessment of PO gaps and other relevant comutations shall be included.

Current status: Partially completed. Computation of COs from marks of a test component is completed. 

 

FDP/Courses attended
Format Title Organisers Place Date

Duration
(days)

Short term Data Analytics Using R ICT Academy of Kerala ICT Academy of Kerala, Infopark, Kerala 10-03-2017 to 11-03-2017 2
FDP R Programming and BlockChain TCS, Kochi TCS Centre, Infopark, Kochi 15-05-2017 1
Workshop Network Simulator using ns-3 ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady 17-02-2017 to 18-02-2017 2
FDP Discrete Matematics and Graph Theory(2nd FDP) ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady

27-06-2017 to

29-06-2017

3
FDP Workshop on Recent Trends in VLSI Technology ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady 03-01-2017 to 07-01-2017 5
Workshop Android Programming and Mobile Application Development

School of Engineering,
CUSAT

Division of Information Technology, SOE, CUSAT 23-05-2016 to 27-05-2016 5
Workshop Information Security and Knowledge Management with special emphasis on tools and techniques School of Engineering,
CUSAT
Division of Information Technology, SOE, CUSAT 20-05-2016 to 21-05-2016 2
FEP Foundation Programme 5.0 Infosys (Campus Connect) NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte 19-12-2016 to 23-12-2016 5
FDP Workshop on Python ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady 9-07-2015 TO 10-07-2015 2
FDP Artificial Intelligence TCS Kochi TCS Centre, Infopark, Kochi 08-12-2015 1
Workshop National Workshop on Design and Engineering FISAT, Angamaly FISAT, Angamaly 12-1-2016 1
FDP

Internet of Things

Cloud Foundry

TCS, Kochi TCS Centre, Infoparrk, Kochi 16-2-2016 1
Workshop Python Programming ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady 26-4-2016 1
FDP Workshop on rrecent trends in VLSI Technology ASIET, Kalady ASIET, Kalady 3-1-2017 to 7-1-2017 5
           

 

Professional Body Membership

Member,  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) 

Member, Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)

Awards

Awarded as Distinguished Facilitator[Runner-up] in Inspire Faculty Excellence Awards, 2016 by Infosys (CampusConnect) 

Books Published
Consultancy Services