Game Theory

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. 

Prakrita – Using Game Theory to Optimize consumption of natural Resources on a mass scale

For every kWh of electricity consumed, 1.5 pounds of CO2 is released in the atmosphere contributing to global warming. The aim of the project is to optimize electricity consumption to reduce emissions, leading to a sustainable environment Based on the paradigm of individual rationality which requires consumers to act according to what is best for them, it ensures that no matter how affluent a user may be, he/she cannot pay their way out but must adhere to the equilibrium of the system, and optimize their electricity consumption.

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