Academic Projects and More

Talks and Presentations: Graduate

“Advertising on Facebook: Viral Views” at the Big XII+ Symposium, 2014, Norman Oklahoma.

“Analysis of Advertising Spending on Facebook: Impact of Viral Views”at WITS 2013, Milan Italy.

“Microsoft Server and Tools” at the MIS Case Study, Graduate division in February 2014.

“Optimal Advertising Policy on Facebook” at Informs 2013, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

“Monetizing Viral Impressions: Advertiser Dependent Price Differentiation” at Informs 2013, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Talks and Presentations: Undergraduate

[1]. Prakrita- An Application to optimize consumption of energy resources through mass participation” at the IEEE Annual Region 10 Conference, IEEE TENCON 2008 (Nov 2008).

[2]. Prakrita- A game theory Approach to optimize power consumption” at the ISTE DAY 2008 Conference on “Technology for Rural India: Challenges and Perspectives” (June 2008).

[3]. ‘Recent Trends in Cochlear Implant Technology: Its Drawbacks and Future Prospects’, INFOXPRESSIONS’06 at School of Information Technology, GGSIP University, Delhi.

[4]. ‘An Efficient Lie Detector using Artificial Neural Network’ at CSI-Algorythms’07’, Jamia Milia Islamia, at IEEE IMPULSE’06, IGIT and IETE fest- School of Information Technology.

[5]. “Prakrita- an Application to optimize consumption of natural resources through mass participation” at Bharatiya Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering at Elcoblitz’08.

[6].“Iris Recognition System: A Unique Approach” at the National Symposium conducted by IEEE at Bharatiya Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering in Jan 2009.

[7].
First position in Symposium talk, “Women in Africa” in August 2003 in Africa Week organized by Springdales school and South African High Commission. 

Undergraduate 2005 – 2009

[1]. Realization of Algorithm Design in C/C++

Duration: Jan 2007 – May 2007
Instructor: Prof. (Dr.) Naveen RajpalDescription: The project entailed implementation and time complexity analysis of all algorithms covered in course ETCS 204: Algorithm Design and Analysis.
Performance: Project work archived by the University examiner. Grade Recieved was A+ (94%).


[2].  Java: Coding Applets, Javascript and Applications

Duration: Aug 2007 – Dec 2007
Instructor: Mr. Sanjeeb SahuDescription: The project entailed creating Javascript webpages and embedding Applets. The preliminary target was to develop Java applications, followed by recoding them to create applets and involved a detail study of event handling.


[3]. Animation Design with Multimedia Flash

Duration: Jan 2008 – May 2008
Instructor: Ms. VibhaDescription: The project work involved creating Animated videos on Adobe Flash. The major target of the project was to master the tool and experiment with it to create a variety of creative videos.


[4]. A Seminar session on any Area of Interest

Duration: Aug 2008 – Dec 2008
Evaluator: Ms. Najme Zehra NaqviDescription: This entailed preparing a detailed report on any specific area of interest and delivering a 30 minute talk on the subject to the entire class. The subject  chosen for the seminar session was Game Theory Optimization  and included common forms of games, Nash Equilibrium and Iterated Elimination of Strictly Dominated Strategies. Grade Recieved was A. View>>>


[5].  MATLAB Simulation Course

Duration: Jan 2008 – Dec 2008
Instructor: Mr. Akash TayalDescription: This project was covered over two semesters and two courses, with the first semester focussing on understanding and simulations of signals, Fast fourier transforms and Filters, and the second semester focussing on simulating, manipulating and operating on Monochrome Images.

A Lie Detector Using Fuzzy Neural Networks

Duration: Sep 2006 – Apr 2007

The paper proposes a real world model of a lie detector using fuzzy neural networks. The standard lie detector used today is simply a polygraph to gauge human bodily reactions to questions, the response to which can be faked with some practice and as such is not counted as evidence in court. The lie detector proposed here tries to circumvent the need for a trained psycho physiologist through the use of FNN, aiming to make the evidence of such a test acceptable in court procedures.

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