November – December 2020

Publications

November – December 2020

“A Distributed System for Multiscale Feature Extraction and Semantic Classification of Large-scale LiDAR Point Cloud”, by Satendra Singh (MS2017004) and Prof. Jaya Sreevalsan Nair was presented at the 2020 IEEE India Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (InGARSS), on 2nd December.
https://www.ingarss2020.org/view_session.php?SessionID=1011

 

“Design of a Device for Lower Limb Prophylaxis and Exercise”,by Vinay C K (alumnus), Krishna Nagaraj (alumnus), Dr. Arvinda H R (NIMHANS), Dr. VikasVazhayil (NIMHANS) and Dr. Madhav Rao (IIIT Bangalore) was published in IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine.
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9252916

 

“Community Detection in Migration Flow Networks”,by Prof. Jaya Sreevalsan Nair (IIIT Bangalore) and Astha Jakher (IIT Kharagpur) was presented at the Urban Complex Systems 2020, a satellite event at the annual Conference on Complex Systems2020 (CCS 2020), on 9th December.
https://easychair.org/smart-program/UrbanComplexSystems2020/

 

“An Iterative and Incremental Approach to Address Regulatory Compliance Concerns in Requirements Engineering”, by Deepti BalajiRaykar (PH2013005), Prof. L T Jayprakash (former faculty at IIIT Bangalore ) and Prof. K V Dinesha ( IIIT Bangalore) was presented at 10th International Advanced Computing Conference (IACC 2020) held on 5th and 6thDecember at Goa.

 

‘Perfectly-Secure Asynchronous MPC for General Adversaries (Extended Abstract)’, by Nikhil Pappu (IMT2016035) and Prof. Ashish Choudhury, was presented at the 21st International Conference on Cryptology in India, INDOCRYPT 2020 : pp 786-809, LNCS 12578, Springer 2020. The event was held virtually from 13th – 16th December.

 

‘High Throughput Secure MPC over Small Population in Hybrid Networks (Extended Abstract)’, by Prof. Ashish Choudhury  and Aditya Hegde (IMT2016054) was presented at the 21st International Conference on Cryptology in India, INDOCRYPT 2020 : pp 832-855, LNCS 12578, Springer 2020. The event was held virtually from 13th – 16th December.

 

Improving the Efficiency of Optimally-Resilient Statistically-Secure Asynchronous Multi-party Computation”, by Prof. Ashish Choudhury was presented at the 21st International Conference on Cryptology in India, INDOCRYPT 2020 : pp 810-831, LNCS 12578, Springer 2020. The event was held virtually from 13th -16thDecember.
https://indocrypt2020.iiitb.ac.in/

 

“‘Time’ to be more inclusive? Flexi-time and Retention in the information system workforce”, by Oindrila Matilal (PH2015019), was published at The International Conference on Information Systems 2020 (ICIS 2020) organized by the Association for Information Systems (AIS) held between 13th–17th December. Oindrila is a PhD student under Prof. Janaki Srinivasan.

 

“Radial Cumulative Frequency Distribution: A new imaging signature to predict chromosomal arms 1p/19q Co-deletion status in low graded glioma”, by Debanjali Bhattacharya (PH2015018), Prof. Neelam Sinha (IIIT Bangalore) and Dr. Jitender Saini (NIMHANS) was presented at 5th IAPR International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP 2020). This will be published in CCIS series of Springer.

 

Deep Learning Based Detection of Rhinoceros Beetle Infestation in Coconut Trees using Drone Imagery ”, by Atharva Kadethankar (MS2018001) Prof. Neelam Sinha (IIIT Bangalore), Mr. Abhishek Burman (General Aeronautics), and Dr. Vinayaka Hegde (ICAR-CPCRI, Kasargod).  was presented at 5th IAPR International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP 2020). This will be published in CCIS series of Springer.

 

“Broken Data: Repairs in the Production of Biometric Bodies”,by Prof.Preeti Mudliar, has been published in the Book, Lives of Data: Essays on Computational Cultures from India. The book is published by The Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam and the Sarai Programme at CSDS.

The book is available for download in ePub, PDF, and print-on-demand formats at the link below:
https://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/lives-of-data-essays-on-computational-cultures-from-india/

 

EEG Analysis of Mathematical Cognitive Function and Startle Response using Single Channel Electrode “,by Gopika Gopan K (Alumnus), S. V. R. Aditya Reddy(Alumnus), Kumaresh Krishnan(Alumnus), Madhav Rao and Neelam Sinha, has been published in CSI Transactions on ICT (Springer Journal)– Vol. 8pages 367–376 (2020)
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40012-020-00312-5

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