Pallapa Venkataram
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Scientfic Investigations

Guidance of students for research conferments:
Number of Research students Graduated (Ph.D/M.Sc): 21

 Total Number 

 6Under Progress

 2Under Progress

Guidance of students in their project work:
Category Total Number

B.E. students 12

M.E. students102

Ph.D. Theses
  1. Narendra Kumar G :Some of the genetic algorithms based solutions to the problems in E-commerce, June 2006.
  2. D. Rajaveerappa: Design and Development of a Hybrid TDMA/CDMA Protocol for Multimedia Wireless Networks, 2005.
  3. Sunil kumar S. Manvi: Agent Based Schemes to Resolve Some of the Issues in Multimedia Communications, 2004.
  4. Vijay Kumar B.P.: Some of the Neural Network Applications in Mobile Network, Dec 2002
  5. M. Jagannatha Rao: Molecular Dynamics Simulations of O-linked Oligosaccharides from Respiratory-Mucus Glocoproteins, 1998
  6. G. Prem Kumar: Integrated Network Management Using Extended Blackboard Architecture, 1996
  7. A Chockalingam: Design and Performance Study of a Media Access Control Protocol for Wireless LANs, 1993.
M.Sc (Engg.) Theses
  1. Pratik P Dixit: Secure Routing in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks, 2005.
  2. Chetan Kumar S: Design and Development of Modular System for QoS Guarantee in Wireless Networks, 2005
  3. Anandi Giridharan : Design and Development of Subject Storage and Leaner Models for WESLA, 2004
  4. Santos Kumar Das: Route Selection and VPN Creation based on MPLS-BGP Techniques. July 2002
  5. Anirban Roy: Design of an Optimal Link Control for Broadband Multimedia Services in Wireless Local Communication, 1997
  6. A.V.T. Gupta: A Call Admission Control for Deterministic Traffic in High Speed Networks, 1997
  7. Mala A. Shivaprasad: Dynamic Delay Compensation and Synchronization Services for Continuous Media Streams, 1996
  8. SV Gopalaiah: Dynamic Channel Allocation for Integrated Voice/Data Communication: A TDM Approach, 1995
  9. CR Srinivasan: Task Scheduling Techniques for distributed/parallel Processing Systems, 1993
  10. Saugata Pramanik: A Hybrid Knowledge-based System for Process Plant Fault Diagnosis, 1989

1. Teaching

1.1 Courses taught:

Teaching courses at graduate level, during the period, on some of the disciplines of computer science and communication. On an average I will be handling at least one course per Term. Besides these, I also offered courses at the Center for Continuing Education of the Institute under Proficiency programme.

Some of the subjects taught:

  a) Multimedia Information Systems
b) communication protocols
c) Systems Programming
e) Data Structures
f) Programming Languages
 d) Operating systems
g) Network Theory
i) Computer Organization and Design

2. New teaching programme initiated:

Developed new elective courses:

Communication Protocols: This is a graduate level course. It is aimed at discussing the Internet Architecture, Communication Protocol standards and Protocol Engineering: Protocol Specification, Verification and Conformance testing, methods.

Multimedia Information systems: This is a graduate level course. The objective s of the course are to discuss the convergence of portions of the fields of database management, image understanding, voice recognition, and hypertext, with the support of advances in the enabling technologies of networking and communications, that we are developing a good understanding of the issues involved in managing such multimedia data.