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S S Manvi SUNILKUMAR. S MANVIreceived M.E. degree in Electronics from the University of Visweshwariah College of Engineering, Bangalore, Ph.D degree in Electrical Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He is currently working as a Professor and Head of Department of Computer Science and Engineering, REVA Institute of Technology and Management, Bangalore, India. He is involved in research of Agent based applications in Multimedia Communications, Grid computing, Ad-hoc networks, E-commerce and Mobile computing.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office Address: Protocol Engineering and Technology (PET) Unit,
(Visiting researcher) Electrical Communication Engg. Dept.,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore - 560 012,INDIA.
Phone: (+91)-80-2293 2282 (office), Fax: (+91)-80-2360 8150
Home Address: Dr. S.S. MANVI, Professor and Head,
College Staff Qtrs, REVA Institute of Tech. and Mgmt.
Kottigenhalli, Yelahanka, Bangalore 560 064, Karnataka, INDIA.
Phone: (+91)-8354-233674 (Res)
Work Place Address: Professor and Head,
Computer Science and Engineering Department,
REVA Institute of Tech. and Mgmt.,
Bangalore - 560 064
Karnataka, India
Phone

FAX

(+91)-80-65687563

(+91)-80-28478534

Email: sunil[at]protocol.ece.iisc.ernet.in, agentsun2002[at]yahoo.com
Home page: http://pet.ece.iisc.ernet.in/sunil
OBJECTIVES

To perform challenging research/development in the following areas of interest: Multimedia communications, Mobile agent applications, Mobile computing, Protocol Engineering, Computational intelligence technique in Telecommunications.

EDUCATION
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, INDIA
Ph.D  from Electrical Communication Engineering Department, 2004,
CGPA : 7/8 (Research training programme)
Advisor: Prof. P. Venkataram, Professor, Chief Program Executive
Protocol Engineering and Technology (PET) Unit
Electrical Communication Engineering Dept
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-560 012, INDIA
Home page: http://pet.ece.iisc.ernet.in/pallapa
Thesis: Agent Based Schemes To Resolve Some Of The Issues In Multimedia Communications

UNIVERSITY VISVESVARAYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE UNIVERSITY, INDIA

M. Tech Electronics (79.5%) in 1993.
Advisor: Prof. H.N. Shivashankar (UVCE) and Prof. P.Venkataram (IISc)
Thesis: Performance Analysis of Congestion Control Schemes In Computer Networks

KARNATAKA UNIVERSITY, INDIA
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engg., with Distinction in 1987 (68.9 %)
JOB SERVICES
Lecturer from 1987 to 1994 in Electronics and Communication Engg. Dept., with B.L.D.E.A's College of Engineering, Karnataka University, Bijapur, Karnataka, India.

Assistant Professor from 1994 to 2003 in ECE Dept., with Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India

Professor and Head from 2004 to 2008 in ECE Dept., with Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India


RESEARCH FOCUS
The rapid development in internet technology and the growing number of users of internet are demanding new services that are based on multimedia applications (video/audio conferencing, video/audio telephony, movie-On-demand, news-on-demand, distance learning, etc.). Multimedia applications are bursty in nature and require real time services from communication network. There are several issues to be resolved in multimedia communications such as, digital representation of media, coding and compression, reliability, storage and retrieval techniques, human computer interaction design, QoS (quality of service ) management such as bandwidth, delay and jitter, QoS routing, media synchronization and playout, security, and a real time operating system at the hosts.

Looking at the agent technology and its applications in various fields (E-commerce, information retrieval, etc.,) and the advantages such as flexibility, customization, adaptability, we are investigating and exploring the use of static and mobile agents in resolving some of the problems in multimedia communications. The problems that have been tackled using agent technology are network monitoring to aid in network resource management, QoS
management at network and application level during dynamic network conditions (bandwidth allocation and management), QoS routing to increase acceptance ratio of applications, streams synchronization and playout and its application in Internet-based education systems and E-commerce. Further we plan to work on adaptive media playout.

We are also applying computational intelligence techniques along with agent technology to resolve some of the problems in Mobile Ad hoc Networks and Wireless Sensor Networks such as QoS routing, Power aware routing, multicasting, information fusion, multimedia synchronization and security aspects. Also agents based model for grid resource allocation are being designed and tested for both wired and wireless grids. Future plans are there to develop an agent based middleware for QoS provisioning in wireless networks, agent based QoS in m-commerce, and an agent based security system for wireless networks.

Some of the courses/seminars/conferences attended:
  1. QIP Short course on E-commerce, IISc., Bangalore, Feb 13-18, 2006.
  2. Int. Conf., IICAI, Pune, Dec. 19-21, 2005
  3. INDO-UK workshop on Ubiquitious Computing, Nov. 16-17, 2005 at IISc., Bangalore
  4. Research training at IISc., Bangalore from 25/07/05 to 30/07/05
  5. CIMPA-UNESCO School on Security for computer systems and networks, IISc., Bangalore, 10 days, Jan 25- Feb 4th, 2005.
  6. National symposium in Engineering education (NSEE), Bangalore, India, Feb 25-26, 2005.
  7. International Conference on Human Machine Interactions (ICHMI), Bangalore, India, Dec 22-24, 2004.
  8. IEEE International conference on signal processing and communications (SPCOM), Bangalore, India, Dec 11-14, 2004
  9. IEEE Indian Int. Conf. Artificial Intelligence (IICAI), Hyderabad, India, Dec 18-21, 2003.
  10. International. Conf. Information Technology: Prospects and Challenges (ITPC), Kathmandu, Nepal, May 2003.
  11. National Conference on Communications (NCC), Chennai, India, Jan. 2003.
  12. Int. Conf. IEEE Control, Communications and Signal Processing (CCSP), Bangalore, India, July 2000.
  13. Workshop ECAD tools, Dec. 1995, BEC, Bagalkot
  14. IETE national conference on communication highways (NCCH), Bhopal, India, 1996.
  15. AIAET (All india association for education technology) conference in communication technology in education, Hyderabad, India, 1995.
  16. AICTE sponsored Telematics Workshop for 10 days, IISc., Bangalore, 1993
  17. UNIX systems trainig for 15 days, PSI data systems, Bangalore,1989
  18. AICTE sponsored two weeks STTP on “Advanced communication networking”, Bagalkot, 1998.
Books/Chapters/Proceedings Published:
  1. S. S. Manvi and S. A. Angadi (Editors), Lectures notes of Workshop on Electronic Design Automation Tools, Organized by Basaveshwar Engineering College, Bagalkot, India, 1995.
  2. P. Venkataram and S. S. Manvi, Communication Protocol Engineering, Prentice Hall India, 2004
  3. Associate Editor, Proceedings of Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2003
  4. P. Venkataram, S. S. Manvi and B. P. Vijaykumar, Wireless networks: Architectures, protocols and applications, (Under Progress)
  5. S. S. Manvi, Routing protocols in wireless networks, Contributed chapter in book titled ” Integrated issues in wireless networks” edited by P. Venkataram, L. M. Patnaik and Sajal Das. (Under progress)
  6. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, Emerging issues in security for E-bussiness in VANETs, A chapter in Handbook of Telecommunications Planning and Management for E-business (Ed. In – Lee), IGI Publisher, 2008 (Accepted)
  7. 7. S. S. Manvi, L. B. Bajantri, Agent based product negotiation models in m-commerce, A chapter in Handbook of Telecommunications Planning and Management for E-business (Ed. In – Lee), IGI Publisher, 2008 (Accepted)
  8. S.S. Manvi, Communication network concepts and protocols (Under Progress)
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW :

PAPERS ACCEPTED/PUBLISHED :

JOURNALS

  1. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Issues in MANETs for vehicle communication, IETE Technical Review, vol. 5, no. 2, April 2008
  2. J. D. Mallapur, S. S. Manvi, D. H. Rao, “Bandwidth allocation scheme in wireless networks : A Fuzzy based approach”, International Journal of Applied Mathematics, March 2008
  3. R. C. Biradar, S. S. Manvi, “Agent based rate control scheme in wireless internet”, Int. Jl. Engineering Research and Industrial Applications, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 119-141, 2008
  4. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Agent based multicast routing in MANETs”, Elsevier Information sciences, vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 1611-1628, 2008
  5. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Research issues in VANETs”, Journal of Unmanned Robotic Vehicle and Intelligent Systems (Indian Underwater Robotics Society), Aug. 2007
  6. R. C. Biradar, S. S. Manvi, Bhagyalaxmi, “Agent based adaptive bandwidth allocation in wireless networks”, IETE Journal of Research, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 127-136, 2007
  7. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”Mobile agent based approach for QoS routing”, IEE Proceedings Communications Journal, vol. 1, no.3, pp. 430-439, 2007
  8. S. S. Manvi, J.M. Hurakadli, “Agent based topology discovery and routing information fusion in MANETs”, Journal Indian Institute of Science, vol. 86, no. 6, pp. 553-568, 2006
  9. M. N. Birje, S.S.Manvi, Bhanu Prasad, “Resource discovery and allocation in wireless grids using a multiagent system”, Multiagent systems and Grid Computing Journal., vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 237-252, 2006
  10. B. Reshmi, S. S. Manvi, Bhagyavathi, “An agent based intrusion detection model for MANETs”, Int. Jl. Mobile Information Systems (IOS press)., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 169-191, 2006
  11. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”Agent based best effort routing technique with load balancing”, Int. Journal Informatica, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 1-20, 2006
  12. G. D. Sorganvi, S.S. Manvi, M.S. Kakkasageri, “Agent based event information access in wireless sensor networks”, WSEAS Transactions on computers, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 1369-1374, 2006.
  13. S. S. Manvi and P.Venkataram, ”Agent based synchronization scheme for distributed multimedia applications”, Int. Journal of systems and software, vol. 79, pp. 701-713, 2006.
  14. S. S. Manvi, Abhinav Singh, Anees Flexiwala ”A Dynamic bandwidth allocation scheme for VSAT based networks”, Journal of Indian Institute of Science, vol. 85, no. 4, Aug. 2005.
  15. R.C. Biradar, S.S. Manvi, “Agent based adaptive bandwidth allocation in wireless networks”, IETE Journal of Research, Accepted.
  16. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”Mobile agent based approach for QoS routing”, IEE Proceedings Communications Journal, Accepted.
  17. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”An agent based subsytem for multimedia communications”, IEE Proceedings Software Journal, vol. 153, no. 1, pp. 38-48, Feb. 2006.
  18. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”An agent based intrastream synchronization scheme for multimedia applications”, Int. Jl. Knowledge-based and intelligent engineering systems, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 139-153, 2006
  19. S. S. Manvi, M. N. Birje, Bhanu Prasad, ”An agent based resource allocation model for computational Grids”, Int. Journal Multiagents and Grid Computing, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 17-27, 2005.
  20. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”An agent based adaptive bandwidth allocation scheme for multimedia applications”, Special issue in multimedia computing, Int. Jl. of Systems and Software, vol. 75, no. 3, pp. 305-318, 2005.
  21. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”An intelligent product-information presentation in E-commerce”, Int. Jl. of Electronic commerce research and applications, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 220-239, 2005.
  22. S. S. Manvi, M. M. Kotabagi and Bhanu Prasad, ”Agent based power and bandwidth aware routing in mobile ad-hoc networks”, Int. Journal of fuzziness, uncertainty and knowledge based systems, vol. 12, supplement, pp. 83-100, 2004.
  23. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”Applications of agent technology in communications: A review”, Int. Journal Computer Communications, vol. 27, no. 15, pp. 1493-1508, 2004.
  24. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”A multimedia synchronization model for Internet-based education systems using agents”, CSI Journal of Computer Science and Informatics, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 31-41, June 2003.
  25. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”A review of bandwidth allocation schemes for multimedia communications”, IETE Golden jubilee compendium: Evolution perspective - Electronics, IT Broadcasting and Communications, 51-64, 2003.
  26. S. S. Manvi and P. Venkataram, ”Agent based electronic trading”, Special issue on (Information Communication and Entertainment) ”ICE-2020: Its impact on quality of life”, IETE Technical Review, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 323-333, 2003.
  27. S. S. Manvi, B. S. Anami and S. A. Angadi, ”Simulation of modified backpressure flow control scheme with dynamic buffer allocation at nodes in queuing networks”, IETE Technical review, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 437-440, 1999.
  28. S. S. Manvi, ”Agent based bandwidth allocation”, Frost and Sullivan Technical report, March 2005 (Submitted on invitation).

CONFERENCES

  1. A. V. Sutagundar, S. Bharamgoudar, S. S. Manvi, “Wavelet based image indexing and retrieval”, Proc. International Conference Emerging Trends in Engineering Technology (ICETET), Nagpur, India, July 2008.
  2. M. K. Dasgoudar, S. S. Manvi, “QoS based routing in MANETs : An ANN based approach”, ACM International conference on Advanced Computing, Chikli, India, Feb. 2008.
  3. B. Lokesh, S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Auction system in wireless environment”, WSEAS conference on Applied Computer Science, Venice, Italy, Nov. 2007
  4. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, M. N. Birje, “Prediction based handover in mobile networks : An agent based approach, Proc. ICICS, Singapore, Dec. 2007.
  5. S. S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, "Multiagent system based learning resources discovery in academic campus networks", International Conference on Higher Education, Bangalore, India, June 2007.
  6. S.S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Information search and access in Vehicular Adhoc Networks: An agent based approach”, International conference on Communications in Computing, World Congress in Advances in Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, USA, June 25-28, 2007.
  7. R. S. Pujar, S.S. Manvi, “Multiagent systems based online shopping model for virtual organization”, International conference on Semantic Web and Web services, World Congress in Advances in Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, USA, June 25-28, 2007.
  8. R.C. Biradar, S.S. Manvi, “Performance analysis of unified transport protocols for next generation wireless Internet”, International conference on wireless networks, World Congress in Advances in Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, USA, June 25-28, 2007.
  9. S. V. Saboji, S.S. Manvi, M. S. Kakkasageri, “Prediction based handover for multiclass traffic in wireless mobile networks”, International conference on Wireless Networks, World Congress in Advances in Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, USA, June 25-28, 2007.
  10. V. R. Budhyal. S. S. Manvi, "QoS routing in mobile ad hoc networks", International conference on Information and Communication Technologies (IICT), Dehradun, India, July 2007.
  11. S. S. Manvi, A. V. Sutagundar, M. N. Birje, “Dynamic bandwidth allocation in MANETs using Mobile agents”, IICT, Dehradun, India, July 2007.
  12. S. S. Manvi, A. V. Sutagundar, M. N. Birje, “RFID Adhoc network based services in shopping mall”, IICT, Dehradun, India, July 2007.
  13. S. S. Manvi, A. V. Sutagundar, M. N. Birje, Selvin, “Agent-based location aware services in wireless mobile networks”, IEEE conference on Advances in Information and Communication Technologies (AICT), Morne, Mauritius, 2007.
  14. R.C. Biradar, S.S. Manvi, “Transport layer QoS provisioning Uisng Agents”, IETE Zonal Seminar on Emerging and Converging Communication Technologies, Visakpattanam, India, Feb 11-12, 2007.
  15. S.S. Manvi, M.S. Kakkasageri, Avnit Sinha, “Agent based multicast routing in MANETs”, National Conference on Communications, Kanpur, INDIA, Jan. 2007
  16. S. Paliwal, S. S. Manvi, R. Patil, "Zone based routing protocol for MANETs", Proc. 3rd National Conference on Emerging trends in computer communication and networks, Hosur, Tamilnadu, India, March 19-20, 2007.
  17. J. D. Mallapur, S. S. Manvi, M. Bharamgoudar, D.H. Rao, “Buffer allocation scheme for wireless multimedia networks using fuzzy logic”, National Conference on Communications, Kanpur, INDIA, Jan. 2007
  18. Nandini Sidnal, S. S. Manvi, “Are mobile agents suitable for m-commerce”, IEEE National conference on Information Communication Convergence, Vandalur, Chennai, India, Dec. 2006
  19. V. R. Budhyal, S.S. Manvi, J.D. Mallapur, S.G. Hiremath, “Unicast routing in wireless multimedia networks by using fuzzy logic”, International Conf. Advances in Electronics and Communication (ADELCO), Kovilpatti, India, 2007
  20. J. D. Mallapur, S. S. Manvi, D. H. Rao, “Fuzzy based multicast routing in wireless networks”, IEEE ICIT, Bombay, 2006.
  21. B. B. Lokesh and S. S. Manvi, “Agent based multiauctioning over Internet”, IEEE-INDICON, Delhi, India, Sep. 2006
  22. Nandini Sidnal, S.S.Manvi, “Agent based m-commerce”, International Conference on 'Global Manufacturing and Innovation, Coimbatore, India, July 2006
  23. Nandini Sidnal, S.S.Manvi, “Issues in m-commerce”, Asian Conference on Intelligent Systems, Haryana, India, Feb. 2006
  24. Nandini Sidnal, S.S.Manvi, “Context aware mobile commerce using agent technology, Int. Symposium on Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (ISAUHC) International Symposium, Mangalore, India, pp. 162-166, 2006
  25. G. Goyal, V. Prakash, S.S. Manvi, “Usage of concept maps in dynamic content presentation for on-line learning systems”, International Concept Mapping Conference (CMC 2006), Costarica, Sep. 2006.
  26. M.N. Birje, S.S. Manvi, Bhanu Prasad, “Agent based resource brokering and allocation for wireless grids”, IEEE SCC, Chicago, USA, Sep . 18-22 2006
  27. S.S. Manvi, R.S. Pujar, “An agent based web services in virtual organizations”, National conference in emerging trends in Electronics and Communication, Goa, India, Sep. 2006.
  28. G.Chandrayya, S.S. Manvi, J.D. Mallapur, “Multimedia synchronization in mobile networks”, National conference in emerging trends in Electronics and Communication, Goa, India, Sep. 2006
  29. J.D. Mallapur, S.S. Manvi, “Bandwidth allocation for wireless multimedia traffic using fuzzy logic” , IEEE IS, London. UK, Sep. 2006
  30. J. Hurakadli, S. S. Manvi, J.D. Mallapur, ”Agent based connectivity detection and routing in mobile ad-hoc networks”, IEEE IS, London, UK, Sep. 2006.
  31. S.S. Manvi, Jermey Pitt, M.S. Kakkasgeri, Alex Rathmell, “Multiagent systems as a platform for VANETs”, Int. Conf. On AAMAS-ATT, Hakodate, Japan, May 2006.
  32. G. D. Sorganvi, S.S. Manvi, M.S. Kakkasageri, “Agent based event path discovery in wireless sensor networks”, WSEAS conference, ACOS’06, Hangzhou, China, Apr. 2006.
  33. S.S. Manvi, A.V. Sutagunder, “Multisensor image fusion using wavelets”, National conference on computing and communication techniques”, Dehradun, India, Feb. 2006.
  34. S. S. Manvi and A. V. Sutagundar, “Wavelet based information fusion in wireless networks”, Int. Conf. Resource Utilization and Intelligent Systems (INCRUIS), Erode, India, 2006.
  35. S. S. Manvi and M. N. Birje, “Agent based resource discovery and allocation in wireless grids, INCRUIS, Erode, India, 2006.
  36. S.S. Manvi and S.V. Saboji, “Prediction handover for multiclass traffic in wireless networks”, Int. Conf. Resource Utilization and Intelligent Systems (INCRUIS), Erode, India, 2006.
  37. B. Reshmi, S.S. Manvi, “Masquerade detection by using activity patterns”,  2nd European conference on computer network defence, UK, Glamorgaon, 2005
  38. S. S. Manvi, R.C. Biradar and A. V. Sutagundar, “Wavelet based information fusion in wireless networks”, Int. Conf. Resource Utilization and Intelligent SystemsINCRUIS 2006, Erode, India (To appear).
  39. S. S. Manvi and M. N. Birje, “Agent based resource discovery and allocation in wireless grids, INCRUIS 2006, Erode, India (To appear).
  40. S.S. Manvi and S.V. Saboji, “Prediction handover for multiclass traffic in wireless networks”,  INCRUIS 2006, Erode, India (To appear).
  41. R.C.Biradar, S.S.Manvi, "QoS provisioning in multimedia wireless Internet by using mobile agents", Proc. national conf. devices, intelligent systems and communications, Manipal, India, 2005.
  42. S.S.Manvi, P.Venkataram, "Multiagent systems based multimedia presentations in e-commerce", Proc.  Int. Conf. Artificial Intelligence, Pune, India, 2005.
  43. S.S.Manvi, B.Reshmi, A.V.Sutagundar, "Agent based intrusion detection framework for LANs", Proc. national conf. devices, intelligent systems and communications, Manipal, India, 2005.
  44. J.D.Mallapur, S.S.Manvi, D.H.Rao, "Fuzzy based approach for bandwidth allocation for multimedia applications", Proc. Nat. Conf. Signal processing Communications and Control (SPCCN), Pune, India, 2005.
  45. S.S.Manvi, M.N.Birje, Bhanu Prasad, "An agent based resource allocation model in grid computing", Proc. Int. Conf. IEEE systems services computing (SCC), Orlando, USA, July 2005.
  46. S.S.Manvi , "Agent technology in telemedicine", Proceedings of ICHMI, Bangalore, India, December,2004

  47. S.S.Manvi and V. Telsang, "An Agent based approach to QoS routing in MANETs", Proceedings of IEEE SPCOM, Bangalore, India, December,2004
  48. S.S.Manvi and P Venkataram, "Intelligent product information presentation in E-commerce", International Journal of E-Commerce research applications,(In press))
  49. U.M.Bhusi, S.S.Manvi and S.B. Dandagi, "Reforms in continuing education programmes: A perspective of university affiliated colleges", Proc. National Symposium on Engineering Education, Bangalore, 2005
  50. S.S.Manvi, S.B.Kulkarni and J.D.Mallapur, "Agent based topology discovery in MANETs", IETE National Symposium, Bangalore, EFCOS-2005,
  51. P. Venakataram, S.S.Manvi, M. Vasanthkumar,  "Technical education assessment system : A web based approach",  Proc. National Symposium on Engineering Education, Bangalore, 2005

  52. Ajay Singh, P. Venkataram and S.S.Manvi, "A QoS routing scheme by using mobile agents ", Proc. IICAI (Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence) 2003, Hyderabad, INDIA.
  53. S.S.Manvi and P. Venkataram , "An Efficient way of providing information services for e-commerce users",  Proc. International Conference on Information Technology: Prospectus and Challenges for 21st century (ITPC) 2003, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  54. S.S.Manvi and P. Venkataram , "Performance Study of Split and Merge Protocol",  Proc. NCC 2003, Chennai, INDIA.
  55. S.S.Manvi and P. Venkataram , "Adaptive Bandwidth Reservation for Multimedia Traffic using Mobile Agents", Proc. IEEE HSNMC 2002, Jeju, KOREA.
  56. S.S.Manvi and P.Venkataram , "Mobile Agent based online Bandwidth Allocation scheme in Multimedia Communications",  Proc. IEEE GLOBECOM 2001 Conference, USA
  57. S.S.Manvi and P.Venkataram, "QoS Management by Mobile agents in multimedia communication", Proc.  DEXA, Agent-Based Intelligent Systems ABIS-2000, Greenwich, UK , Sept. 4-8, 2000
  58. S.S.Manvi and P.Venkataram , "A method of Network Monitoring by Mobile Agents ", Proc. ntl. CCSP2000, Bangalore, INDIA, Jul. 25-28, 2000.
  59. S.S.Manvi and B.S. Anami, "Issues in Implementing Wireless Services over ATM ", Proc. Int. Conf. ISWCM, Delhi 1998.
  60. S.S.Manvi and B.S. Anami,"A Survey of Congestion Control Schemes in Computer Networks ", Proc. IETE National Conference on Communication Highways, Bhopal 1995.

  61. S.S.Manvi, P.B.Kotur and B.S. Anami,"Performance Analysis of Encryption Techniques", Proceedings of National Conference on Information Technology in Twenty First Century, Surathkal , 996.
  62. S.S.Manvii and B.S. Anami,"Intelligent Office Automation", Proceedings of National Systems Conference, Coimbatore 1996.
Experience in other projects:
One among the active participants in the projects carried out at Protocol Engg. and Tech. (PET) Unit, ECE Dept., IISc. Bangalore. INDIA.
  • Design and development of an ''IP-based Multimedia Network Service Platform (MNSP)".
  • Design and development of API's for Multimedia Wireless LAN: Admission Control, Buffer management, and Synchronization.
  • Design and development of Routing Intelligent Mobile Agents fot Internet Routing.
  • Design and development of a Quality of Service adaptation and Mixers Algorithms.
Some of the Professional activities:
  • Reviewer for International Journals: Elsevier, World scientific, JIISC, JCS, etc.
  • Reviewer for international/national conferences
  • Expert scrutinizer for International Research proposals
  • Programme committee member of International conferences: IICAI 2005, IICAI 2003, ICHMI 2004.
  • Presented a tutorial on “Intelligent agents and future Internet”, Kathmandu, Nepal, in international conf. ITPC-2003.
  • Invited lectures at short term courses and branch associations in colleges: Goa, Dharwad, Mysore, Bangalore, Bagalkot, Bijapur
  • Guest lectures at polytechnic and engineering colleges
  • Visiting researcher to PET-UNIT, ECE Dept., IISc., Bangalore
  • In-charge of college campus networking
  • Networking consultant to medical college, Bagalkot
  • Member of Board of Examiners, Board of studies: VTU, Goa and Bangalore Universities
  • Head of department of electronics and communication engineering
  • Organized workshop on EDA tools sponsored by AICTE, 1995
  • Organized workshop on Computer Network Simulation, 2008
  • Organized STTP om Pervasive computing and Internet Protocols in 2006 and 2007, respectively
  • Organized national seminars on computer communications sponsored by AICTE and CSIR, New Delhi, 2004.
  • Convener for national level student paper contest (Electrical sciences division) conducted by IEEE student branch, Bagalkot, 2003, 2004
  • Expert committee member for NBA, AICTE, New Delhi, 2005
  • Chairman of session in KSCST Exhibition, 2005, Bagalkot
COMPUTER SKILLS
Operating systems: Windows 95/98, Unix.
Languages: C, C++, Assembly languages (8085, 8086/8088 etc.,), PASCAL, FORTRAN, JAVA

PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  • IEEE member, USA
  • Fellow IETE (India), Fellow IE (India)
  • Life member of India Society for Technical Education (LMISTE), India.

REFERENCES

Prof. P. VENKATARAM, Professor, PET Unit., Electrical Communication Engg. Dept.,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore- 560 012. INDIA
Phone: (+91)-80-2360 0855 or 2293 2747 (office), Fax: (+91)-80-2360 8150
Email: pallapa[at]ece.iisc.ernet.in
Home page: http://pet.ece.iisc.ernet.in/pallapa

Prof. VEDAVATHI, Professor, Electrical Communication Engineering Dept
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore- 560 012. INDIA
Phone: (+91) 80 22932281 or 22932853, Fax: (+91) 80 2334 7991 or 2334 1683
Email: veda[at]ece.iisc.ernet.in
Home page: http://ece.iisc.ernet.in/~veda/T_S_Vedavathy.html
Dr. K. ALAGARSAMY (ALEX), Asst. Professor, Computer science dept.,
University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, B.C., Canada V@N 4Z9
Phone: (250) 960-5548, Fax: (250) 960-5545.
E-mail: alagarsk@unbc.ca
Home page: http://www.unbc.ca/

Dr. B.S. Anami, Professor, Comp.Sc. Dept., Basaveshwar Engg College
Bagalkot- 587 102, Karnataka, INDIA

Phone: Office: (+91)-8354-233626,
Home: (+91)-8354-233626,
Fax:
Home page: http://www.becbgk.edu/
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