Title: Design Challenges and Quality of Service in Cyber Physical Systems
Prof. Vivek S Deshpande
Affiliation: VIT College of Engineering, Pune, India
Full Professor, Department of Computer Engineering
Phone: M: +91 094225 19649, 9552520032
Abstract: Now-a-days Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) plays predominant role in the cloud communication domain. The main parts of these types of systems are Wireless Sensor Networks, Cloud and communication networks. The data to be disseminated from multiple sources to the destination base station or sink is having vital significance. There are many problems with which data can be conveyed up to the sink. The sink is connected to cloud via communication network. The congestion, reliability, delay, fairness, etc. are of main concern. These can be treated as Quality of Service parameters that govern the performance of the CPS. Above all the Energy s consumption is the main constrain for WSN node. It is very difficult to obtain good QoS by keeping energy consumption low. Even if response of one of QoS parameter will depends on the many other QoS parameters. We have to take care of all QoS parameters to improve the performance of the wireless sensor networks. This Quality of Services may improve the application base of the CPS. With the QoS parameters the data dissemination along with energy optimization is get affected. We have to check the performance of the WSN against the QoS metrics for different data inputs. This may contain the periodic- non periodic data, event based data, transient or busty data. This may lead to new researcher to verify their results and excel their research work accordingly.
Biography: Vivek S. Deshpande, Associate Professor, MIT College of Engineering, holds Bachelors and Masters of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunications from Pune University. Currently he is doing a research in Wireless Sensor Networks, embedded systems, High Performance Computer Networks and Cyber Physical Systems as well. He has 12 patents published on his name. He wrote 3 books which are referred by many researchers. His 22 years of teaching, Research and industrial experience is an asset to the organization. He is working as Associate Professor in Department of Information Technology, His expertise in the field of Wireless computer Networks and Distributed system helps in guidance to the UG as well as PG students. Prof Vivek is currently working as Chair, IEEE Communication Society, Pune Chapter.
Title: Near Shannon Limit Channel Codes : Modified Turbo Codes
Abstract: Digital Communication techniques are widely used over the last few decades for transmission of voice, video and data. Error detecting and correcting codes (Channel codes) are employed in such systems to achieve reliable transmission of digital data. Such codes add controlled redundant information (parity bits) to the transmitted message for error recovery at the receiving end. Shannon’s legendary “Channel capacity theorem” (1948) set milestones in theoretical limits on communication in presence of noise which, in turn, resulted in the evolution of Channel coding. Over the last six decades, many researchers have proposed and investigated numerous channel codes to achieve higher coding gains. Turbo codes (Berrou, et. al. 1993) are modern near Shannonian limit codes which are used in modern wireless communication system standards. Recently, a class of low complexity hybrid turbo codes called as Low Complexity Hybrid Turbo codes (LCHTC) and Improved Low complexity Hybrid Turbo Codes (ILCHTC) (Bhise and Vyavahare 2010)are being proposed which have equivalent performance but lower complexity than that of Turbo codes. The tutorial aims to cover a panoramic view of various codes with emphasis on recent developments in the area of Turbo Codes, Modified Turbo Codes and their variants with their salient features.
Biography: Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare (SM-IEEE(USA), F-IETE(India), F-IE(India)) is Professor and Head in Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engg. at S. G. S. Institute of Technology and Science, Indore, India. He received his M. Tech. and Ph. D. degrees from IIT Bombay in 1976 and 1995 respectively. He worked at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay as Communication Engineer from 1976 to 1982. He was Hindu-Hitachi scholar at Hitachi Ltd. Japan in 1981-82. He then joined SGSITS Indore (1982) and in past held various positions in the institute such as Dean (R & D) and Dean (Administration). He was associate of ICTP (UNESCO organization), Trieste, Italy during 1998 to 2005. He has 24 papers to his credit in international and national journals including IEEE Transactions in Communications, IEEE Transactions on Electronic Devices and IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. He has guided six Ph. D. students and four scholars are pursuing their research under his supervision. In the past, he has delivered seminars at various organizations including CERN (Geneva), Milan polytechnic Milan and INRIA Rocquencourt France. His areas of interests include channel coding, channel modeling, cross layer design issues and secure communication.
Title: Establishment of an Alternative Communication Framework using Delay Tolerant Networks for Situation analysis and Resource allocation in a Post Disaster Scenario
Assistant Professor Indrajit Bhattacharya
Department of Computer Applications
Kalyani Government Engneering College, Kalyani, Nadia-741235, INDIA
Ph: 9830051359 (M)
Description of Technical issues to be addressed and durations:
Duration of Lecture: 1 hour
Duration of Lecture: 1 hour
Duration: 1 hour
Outline of tutorial Contents:
In a disaster affected site the existing mobile infrastructures are completely damaged or broken. Hence, establishment of an alternative communication system in this situation remains the primary need. The volunteers need to communicate with themselves wirelessly to collect situational data and transmit them to the base station. Those data might be helpful for situation analysis and subsequently resource allocation to the victims. Network architecture based on opportunistic Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) is best applicable for post disaster scenarios due to frequent network partitioning and unpredictable network delay in such situations. Hence, there is a need to device novel routing protocols for DTN that can handle such situations and successfully transfer packets to the destinations whenever network connection is available. The objective of such algorithms would be to reduce message delivery latency and to improve message delivery ratio by incurring a small overhead in the system.
Small sized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) play major roles in collecting situational data from different sites on the fly and deposit them to the base station. In a post disaster situation it can be used for search and rescue, damage assessment and other emergency situations. It is necessary to design an efficient dynamic path planning technique for effective damage assessment. The objective of such algorithm would be to cover maximum number of sites within available flight time of the UAV. To design such algorithm different environment parameters like wind speed, wind direction, and temperature along with different physical parameters of the UAV like battery level and flight duration has to be considered. The performance of the designed algorithm has been analysed in a simulated environment as well as in a real test bed varying the above mentioned parameters.
Dr. J. K. Mandal Biography: M. Tech.(Computer Science, University of Calcutta), Ph. D.(Engg., Jadavpur University) in the field of Data Compression and Error Correction Techniques, Professor in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Kalyani, India. Former Dean Faculty of Engineering, Technology & Management 2008-2012(two consecutive terms), 29 years of teaching and research experiences. Served as Professor, Computer Applications, Kalyani Govt. Engineering College for two years. Served as Associate and Assistant Professor at University of North Bengal for sixteen years. Life Member of Computer Society of India since 1992 and life member of Cryptology Research Society of India. Member of AIRCC. Honarary Vice Chairman of CSI Kolkata Chapter. Chairman elect CSI Kolkata Chapter 2016-17. Working in the field of Network Security, Steganography, Remote Sensing & GIS Application, Image Processing, Wireless and Sensor Networks. Domain Expert of Uttarbanga Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya for planning and integration of Public domain networks. Chief Editor, Advanced Computing: An International Journal, Associate Editor (Guest), Microsystem Technologies, Springer, Editor, Journal of Data Science, Inderscience, Editor of Proceedings of ETCS 2012, NIDS-98 and ERC-95 of CSI. Seventeen Scholars awarded Ph.D., Two submitted till January 2016 and 8 scholars are pursuing for their Ph. D. degree. Published five books from LAP- Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany and one book from IGI Global publishers, Indexed by Thomson Royter. Total number of publications 360 including 135 publications in various International Journals. Edited fifteen volumes as volume editor from Science Direct, Springer, CSI etc., Organizing various international Conferences of Springers and Science Direct.
Assistant Professor Indrajit Bhattacharya
Mobile Adhoc Network, Wireless Sensor Network, RFID systems
• Organized a Workshop on “Trends in GIS, Image Processing & GPS” during June 27th to July 1st , 2008 at Kalyani Govt. Engineering College.
• Organized a One day Awareness Program on “GIS and GPS” on 17th January, 2009 under Community Development Scheme at Kalyani Govt. Engineering College.
• Organized an AICTE Sponsored Staff Development Program on “Introduction to Theory & Practice of GPS & GIS during June 22nd to 3rd July, 2009 at Kalyani Govt. Engineering College.
• Acting as PI in ITRA funded research project titled DiSARM at Kalyani Government College.