Talk by Dr Amitava Mukherjee, Senior Manager - IBM and Senior Member of IEEE Communications Society


A talk was held on 14th June 2017 at Kaziranga University by Dr Amitava Mukherjee to present to the faculty of the Dept of Computer Science and Dept of Electronics & CE, possible areas of collaboration on several research topics that are current and stimulating. Dr Amitava primarily deliberated on the following research interests: Design of fault tracking framework for software-defined networking (SDN), Design of Mobile Healthcare Protocol: Real time ECG/EEG Monitoring Application, Modeling the physical channel of a nano-network using calcium signalling based communication for studying biological phenomena-of-interest, Design of structural controllability for complex network architecture, Q-routing based Information Centric Networking (ICN) using directed content request based on characteristic time, and Adoption of Analytics in Healthcare.

Dr Amitava is a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. Currently a senior manager with IBM India, he had been on sabbatical and visited University of New South Wales, Sydney as visiting Professor (2003-2004) and Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm as Senior Researcher (2004-2005). Prior to his corporate career, Dr Amitava was with the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Jadavpur University in research and teaching positions. He has around 165 published papers in journals and conference proceedings of international repute, four patents, five books and four book chapters in pervasive computing, wireless communication, societal engineering, nano communication network and controllability of complex network and SDN respectively.

The talk was well attended by the faculty and largely appreciated by the Dean-in-Charge SET Dr Loganathan, HoD of Computer Science Dept, Dr. Monowar H Bhuyan, HoD of Electronics & CE, Dr Anilesh Dey. Dr Sajal Saha proposed the vote of thanks to Dr Mukherjee and all the faculty.

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