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Information Science & Engineering Department

Started in 1999, the Department of Information Science & Engineering offers students a graduate program with an intake of 40. In 2000 the intake has been increased to 60.The department has well-qualified and dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff and well-equipped laboratories to fulfill the academic needs of the students. The B.E (ISE.) program is applied for re-accreditation by the National Board of Accreditation[NBA] . The department conducts special courses on advanced topics, to bridge the gap between the university curriculum and the need of the industry. The department has been granted autonomy by VTU since 2007. In 2016 the intake has been increased to 120. The dept. is offering M.Tech., (Computer Network Engineering) from Academic Year 2012. In 2019 the intake has been increased to 180.
Excellence in information science and engineering through a strong research and teaching environment that address the emerging global challenges and market demands.
  • To provide outstanding education and research training to the students for their productive careers in industry, academia and government
  • To provide a learning environment that promotes excellence and innovation, ethical practice and responsibility towards society.
  • To prepare the students to practice their professions competently to meet the ever-changing needs of society and to continue learning their discipline, allowing them to move into other related fields.
  • To promote active learning, critical thinking, and engineering judgement coupled with business and entrepreneurial skills.
  • Graduates must gain both theoretical and practical knowledge to identify, formulate & solve challenges in Information Science & Engineering problems.
  • Graduates must work productively as Information Science Engineers, including supportive and leadership roles on multidisciplinary teams.
  • Graduates must communicate effectively, recognize and incorporate societal needs and constraints in their professional endeavors, and practice their profession with high regard to legal and ethical responsibilities.
  • Graduates must engage in life-long learning, such as graduate study, to remain current in their profession and be leaders in our technological society.
  • Design, develop and test software systems to provide solutions to real world problems.
  • Equip students with skills to analyze, design and recommend the appropriate IT infrastructure required for the implementation of a project
  • PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and Information Science & Engineering principles to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • P04: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Design solutions to the problems that cannot be solved by straightforward application of knowledge, theories and techniques applicable to the engineering discipline.
  • PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequence responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • P09: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10:Communication: A Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
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Dr. BALASUBRAMANI R

Professor

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Dr.KARTHIK PAI B H

Professor & Head

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Dr. ASHWINI B

Associate Professor

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Mr. BOLA SUNIL KAMATH

Asst. Professor Gd.III


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Mr. VASUDEVA PAI

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Ms. DEEPA

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Mr. Devidas

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Ms. RASHMI NAVEEN

Asst. Professor Gd.II


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Mr. JASON ELROY MARTIS

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Ms. CHINMAI SHETTY

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Mr. ABHISHEK S RAO

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Mr. ABHIR BHANDARY

Asst. Professor Gd.II


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Mr. SHRIKANTH BHAT K

Asst. Professor Gd.II

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Ms. AKSHAYA

Asst. Professor Gd.I

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Ms. PRATHYAKSHINI

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. ANUSHA N

Assistant Professor Gd. I


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Ms. NIKITHA SOURABH

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. SAPNA S

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. ALAKA ANANTH

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. TANZILA NARGIS

Assistant Professor Gd. I


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Ms. SANDHYA S

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. SANTHOSH

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. BALAJI N

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. VANAJAKSHI

Assistant Professor Gd. I


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Dr. MANJUNATH S.

Professor/Adjunct Faculty

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Mr. HARIKRISHNA RAI

Professor/Adjunct Faculty

Sl No. Name Designation
1. Mr. Praveen Shetty Lab Assistant
2. Ms. Suchithra Lab Assistant
3. Mr. Harish Moolya Lab Assistant
4. Mr. Akhil Adyanthaya Tradesman Gd.II
5. Mr. Amar A Shetty Lab Assistant
6. Mr. Gopal R Amin Attender
7. Mr. Prakash Salian Attender
  • HP ProDesk 400 G2 MT Series Desktop, Intel® Core™ i5-4570S CPU @ 2.90GHz × 4 Processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD
  • HP 280 G1 MT Series Desktop, Intel® Core™ i5-4590S CPU @ 3.00GHz × 4 Processor, 500GB HDD
  • HP ProDesk 400 G3 MT Series Desktop, Intel® Core™ i5-6500 CPU @ 3.20 GHz Processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD
  • Acer Power Series, Intel Core 2 Duo e6300 CPU @ 1.86GHz Processor, 1GB DDR2, 160GB SATA HDD, DVD COMBO
  • Dell- N210 3050MT IN8, Out plex 3050 Mini Tower
  • Acer Version P IV 3.2GHz 512MB RAM 80GB HDD CD ROM Device, DVD Double data rate, Acer Version 6800 15
  • Intel core 2 Duo Processor, 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD
  • Computers are equipped with NVIDIA cards

To cater the needs of teaching learning process, the department consists of:

  • 156 Computer Systems and other Hardware
  • Operating System
  • Application
  • Computer Servers
Lab codeLab NameFaculty Incharge Technical Staff Incharge
ISL01 Computer Networks/Java Lab Ms.Anusha N / Mr.Devidas Mr.Akhil Adyanthaya
ISL02 Data Base Management Systems/Computer Graphics Lab Mr.Jason Elroy Martis / Mr.Abhishek S Rao Mr. Praveen Shetty
ISL03 Data Structures/Design of Algorithms Lab Ms.Chinmai Shetty / Ms.Deepa Mr. Praveen Shetty
ISL04 Machine Learning/IoT LabMs.Ashwini B / Mr.Abhir Bhandary Mr. Akhil Adyanthaya
ISL05 PG/Research LabMr.Vasudeva Pai Mr. Amar A Shetty
ISL06 Compiler Design/Project LabMr.Srikanth Bhat K / Ms.Rashmi Naveen Mr.Harish Moolya
Boston AI/Deep Learning Server

Boston AI/Deep Learning Server with 2xP100 12GB GPU

  • 1 no x Supermicro 1U Rack Server Chassis with 1600W Redundant Platinum Level (94%) Power Supply
  • 1x Intel Xeon E5-2609V4 8C 1.7GHz 20M 6.4GT/s
  • 128GB (8 no x 16GB) DDR4 ECC Reg. 2400MHz DIMM
  • 2 no x NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU – 12GB
  • 2 no x Seagate Enterprise Class 1TB 2.5” 6Gb/s 7.2K RPM SATA HDD
Nvidia AI/Deep learning Software/Libraries
  • Tensor Flow. o Caffe.
  • Caffe2.
  • PyTorch.
  • CNTK.
  • Thean
  • DIGITS.
  • Misc: Numpy, Scikit, pandas, other relevant py libs
  • Essentials: CUDA, cuDNN, TensorRT
  • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04
  • Datasets like ImageNet, CIFAR-10, KITTI pre-loaded for out-of-box development.

M.Tech in Computer Networks and Engineering was started during the academic year 2012-13. This program is aimed to empower the students with the recent developments and advanced knowledge in various frontier areas of computer networks and engineering. The students are given option to concentrate on specializing in one or more streams within computer networks from the first semester itself with elective courses. During the beginning of first semester itself, students are mentored to identify, formulate, review, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems in the broad domain of computer networks.

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College has a central placement cell which assists the students to face the campus placement
Department also provides placement assistance by conducting soft skill courses, crack the campus etc.
Our students are employed in reputed companies like VMware, Siemens, Oracle India Pvt. Ltd., Nutanix, Robosoft Technologies, Sony India, Infosys, Accenture, Wipro, Ymedia Labs, Robert Bosch, HP Enterprise, 99Games, IBM GBS, ACT, Walmart Labs, FACE, EMC, ACCORD SW, L&T Technology Services, to name a few.
The Details Of Campus Placements For The Last 4 Years:

Sl No. Academic Year Count of Registered Students Multiple Offers Unique Offers Off Campus Count
1 2014-15 75 59 46 01
2 2015-16 71 43 37 16
3 2016-17 61 57 38 12
4 2017-18 72 64 42 05
5 2018-19 (till date) 68 78 55 --

Developer Student Club is an initiative supported by ‘Google Developers’ to train university students in the fields of Web Development, Android Application designing, Cloud Technologies, Machine Learning and other industry-relevant technologies.

DSC launched in 2017 as a pilot in India to help solve the challenges university graduates were facing securing employment in the tech industry. This program aimed to provide students with the resources, opportunities and experience necessary to be industry ready, all while still pursuing their degrees. Since then, the program has grown globally. From India to Indonesia and Sub Saharan Africa. DSCs are training thousands of student developers (around 60k+ so far) and working with their communities to solve real-life problems. This program is implemented in universities through a student lead of the university, who will be in touch with Google Developers. There are 300+ universities that have DSCs setup.

Here at DSC NMAMIT, the student developers work with the community to solve real-life problems. The club is aimed at providing students with great opportunity to grow their knowledge on developer technologies and more through peer to peer workshops and events. Students can gain relevant industry experience by solving problems for local organizations and businesses with technology-based solutions. DSC provides students with a platform for showcasing their prototypes and solutions to the local community and industry leaders.

Learn More about the club:

The Versatile Information Science Technical Aspirants ( VISTA ), a club in NMAMIT Nitte, has been formed by the students of Information Science and Engineering for the benefit of students with an intention to provide a platform to participate in co-curricular activities and to give opportunity to mingle with other students. The motive of this association is to bring out the hidden talent and to involve each member in various activities so that the youth exuberance should not be confined to class room only.

Since its inception, the association is fully engaged in many events. The main such events are as below

  • Organizing workshops on topics beyond syllabus or curriculum
  • Celebration of Teachers day, Fresher’s day, festivals
  • Cultural events and competitions.
  • Interaction and spreading knowledge of creating websites and computers among school students.
  • Technical talks and Alumni interaction.
  • Encouraging students to participate in co-curricular activities and sports
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The Association for Computing Machinery is an international learned society for computing. It was founded in 1947, and is the world's largest scientific and educational computing society. The ACM is a non-profit professional and student membership group.

ACM brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges.

Founded at the dawn of the computer age, ACM’s reach extends to every part of the globe, with more than half of its nearly 1,00,000 members residing outside the U.S. Its growing membership has led to Councils in Europe, India, and China, fostering networking opportunities that strengthen ties within and across countries and technical communities. Their actions enhance ACM’s ability to raise awareness of computing’s important technical, educational, and social issues around the world.

ACM NMAMIT Student Chapter is a branch under the ACM, and has been conducting events that promote research and project-based learning through SIGs since 2015 in NMAMIT, Nitte. ACM NMAMIT Student Chapter has a tie up with ICT Academy and isin collaboration with Developer Student Club of the college, which comes under the initiative of Google Developers.

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About The Club

The Computer Society of India(CSI) started in our college NMAMIT,NITTE in the year 2007. It aims at imparting technical knowledge and ethical responsibilities in the students through all its activities. It encourages and motivates students to organize and volunteer in various workshops,events to instill in them a sense of responsibility,confidence and determination. It also aims at personality development.Hands on workshops are conducted to make the students experience the latest trends. The theoretical knowledge obtained in the classes is used for the implementation,hence providing the practical knowledge to all. To keep the students updated about the recent technologies, technical talks are arranged. Every possible attempt is made, to make the students equipped with the best of the technical knowledge available to groom them into a perfectengineer.
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    About The Club

    The Institution of Engineers (India), is the national organization of engineers in India. The Institution of Engineers (India) has more than one million members in 15 engineering disciplines in 114 centers or chapters in India and overseas; it is the world's largest multi-disciplinary engineering professional society in engineering and technology world. The Institution of Engineers (India) was established in 1920 in Kolkata, West Bengal and is acclaimed to have pioneered non-formal education in engineering. The Institution of Engineers (India) conducts an examination of its associate membership. This examination is considered to be on par with B.E. / B.Tech. When contemplated as an eligibility qualification to write competitive examinations like the Indian Civil Service, Indian Engineering Services, GATE, etc., and for employment in Government, public and private sectors in India. This qualification is recognized by the Ministry of HRD, government of India, as equivalent to B.E./B.Tech. The Institution of Engineers (India) was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1935. It is currently headquartered in 8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata. Our college has Institution of Engineers (India) student’s chapter for all the branches. About 1500 student members are there in this chapter. This chapter has been conducting branch level, Institution level and intercollegiate level technical programs.

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    MoU List

    Industry/ProgramMoU StatusScope of Collaboration Activities Conducted
    A1 Logics (Mr. Praveen Udupa) First MoU signed on 2nd November 2015 and was valid for two years. MoU renewed on 6th November 2017 and valid for next two years.
    1. Special lectures in the emerging areas of IT.
    2. Training for faculty in Software Development.
    3. Joint publication of research papers.
    4. Industrial Visits.
    5. Designing curriculum as per industry needs.
    6. Workshops/Training/Seminars/ FDP.
    7. Internships.
    8. Setting up industry based Labs
    9. Projects & Consultancy.
    Talk on “Project and its Execution Methodology” on 7th March 2018.
    CalibreCode Solutions Pvt. Ltd.(Ms.Seema Nair) MoU signed on 1st August 2017 and will be valid for next two years. Hands on session on “Software Testing with Open Source Tools” was conducted on 22nd January 2018
    Swadeshee (Mr.Vishnuprasad V Bhat) First MoU signed on 19th October 2015 and was valid for two years. MoU renewed on 3rd January 2018 and valid for next two years. Three Days skill development programme on “Multitasking in FreeRTOS with ARM Cortex-M3” was conducted during 18th to 22nd December 2017.
    Huttirifly Infotainment (Mr.Raghavendra Sharma) First MoU signed on 11th December 2015 and was valid for two years. MoU renewed on 1stDecember 2017 and valid for next two years

    Institutional MoUs

    Industry/ProgramMoU StatusScope of CollaborationActivities Conducted
    Infosys Campus Connect First MoU signed on 7th January 2005, which was valid for 3 years. The MoU was subsequently renewed on 21st December 2007, 21st December 2010, 20th December 2012 and 19th December 2014. MoU was further extended till 17th December 2018.
    1. Conducting special lectures for students at campus.
    2. Encouraging students to visit Infosys campus.
    3. Sharing Industry oriented courseware and Technology.
    4. Faculty Enablement program.
    5. Credit points to faculty for their achievement
    1. 1. Industry suitable elective subjects have been offered and credits have been given for the same.
    2. Faculty members have contributed to Infosys Campus Connect in 2017
    3. Participation in FDP/ Workshop
    4. Industrial Visits
    ICT Academy
    1. Salesforce Academic Alliance
    2. Oracle Academic Alliance
    3. Palo Alto Authorized Academic Centre
    4. Amazon Web Services
    MoU signed on 31st October 2017
    1. Faculty Development Program/ Workshop/ Training
    2. Certification courses
    1. 1. FDP on Java Fundamentals & Programming.
    2. 2. FDP on Palo Alto Firewall Install, Configure and Management
    3. 3. Two day’s workshop with hands on Application development using SalesForceTrailHead
    4. 4. Workshop on the New Technology Stack for Education.
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    Boston AI/Deep Learning Server

    Boston AI/Deep Learning Server with 2xP100 12GB GPU

    • 1 no x Supermicro 1U Rack Server Chassis with 1600W Redundant Platinum Level (94%) Power Supply
    • 1x Intel Xeon E5-2609V4 8C 1.7GHz 20M 6.4GT/s
    • 128GB (8 no x 16GB) DDR4 ECC Reg. 2400MHz DIMM
    • 2 no x NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU – 12GB
    • 2 no x Seagate Enterprise Class 1TB 2.5” 6Gb/s 7.2K RPM SATA HDD
    Nvidia AI/Deep learning Software/Libraries
    • Tensor Flow. o Caffe.
    • Caffe2.
    • PyTorch.
    • CNTK.
    • Thean
    • DIGITS.
    • Misc: Numpy, Scikit, pandas, other relevant py libs
    • Essentials: CUDA, cuDNN, TensorRT
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04
    • Datasets like ImageNet, CIFAR-10, KITTI pre-loaded for out-of-box development.

    Sl. No.

    Year

    Name of the Faculty

    Name of the Award

    1

    2012

    Dr. Srinivasa Pai P,

    Adarsh A Rai,

    Certificate of Achievement for having guided the Best M.Tech Thesis (II Prize).

    2

    Dr. Narasimha Bailkeri

    Best paper award in the International Conference RACE-2012 held at MIT Manipal.

    3

       

    2013

    Dr. Muralidhara

    Best paper award in international conference held at Shri Eshwar College of Engg.

    4

    Dr. Narasimha Marakala

    Best paper award in ICETE-2013 held at J. J. Mugdam College of Engg., Kolhapur

    5

    2014

    Dr. Muralidhara

    Second consolation prize for the presentation of his research work in the exhibition of Academia project at IMTEX Exhibition – 2014.

    6

    Dr. Muralidhara

    Certificate of Achievement for having guided the ISTE-GSFC National Award for Best M. Tech Thesis.

    7

    Dr. Muralidhara

    Expro -2014: Project of the Year Award for “Design & Development of an Unmanned, Remotely Controlled Multi utility Micro Air Vehicle”

    8

    2015

    Dr. Muralidhara

    First Place for their research work on “Investigation on mechanical micromachining process with piezo actuated machining depth control and its application in MEMS device fabrication” at the IMTEX Exhibition – 2015.

    9

    Dr.Muralidhara

    Theoretical Investigation on Piezowafer Actuated Micropump. ICETE-2015.

    10

    2016

    Mr.Grynal D’Mello

    BEST PAPER AWARD for Surface roughness Modelling in High speed Tuning of Ti-6Al-4V - Artificial Neural Network Approach at ICAMM-2016 at MLRIT, Hyderabad

    11

    Dr. Muralidhara

    [Final year students project exhibition & competition]  Project of the year award.

    12

    2017

    Dr. Muralidhara

    First consolation prize for the presentation of his research work in the exhibition of Academia project at IMTEX-2017.

    Testimonials

    International

    1. Sourabh S. Shenoy, Supriya Nayak U., B. Neelima. “Use of Dynamic Parallelsim of NVIDIA GPUs to Optimize Exact and approximate String Matching algorithms”. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. (Revision Submitted). SNIP: 1.250; SJR: 0.744; IPP: 1.022.
    2. B. Neelima “High Performance Computing Education in an Indian Engineering Institute”. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing by Elsevier. (Accepted). SNIP: 1.991; SJR: 1.093; IF: 1.179.
    3. B. Neelima, Bharath B. Shamsundar, Anjjan S. Narayan, Rithesh R. Prabhu, Crystal Gomes. (2016). Performance Acceleration using Dynamic Parallelism of Kepler GPUs for Recursive Sorting Algorithm. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. (Published online. DOI: 10.1002/cpe.3865). SNIP: 1.250; SJR: 0.744; IPP: 1.022.
    4. B. Neelima. ,Prakash S. Raghavendra and G. Ram Mohana Reddy. (2015) Communication and computation optimization of concurrent kernels using kernel coalesce on a GPU. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. Vol. 27, Issue 1, PP: 47-68. Jan, 2015. DOI: 10.1002/cpe.3194. First published online 13th Dec, 2013. ISSN: 1532-0634. SNIP: 1.250; SJR: 0.744; IPP: 1.022.
    5. Pradeep kumar k. G. and B. Neelima (2014). “Self-organization of nodes in Boundary less Mobile ADHOC Networks.” International journal of Engineering Research and Science and Technology. Vol. 3, No. 3, PP: 79- 89, August, 2014. ISSN: 2319-5991.
    6. B. Neelima ,Prakash S. Raghavendra and G. Ram Mohana Reddy.(2012). “New Sparse Matrix Storage Format to Improve the Performance of Total SPMV Time”. Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience. Vol. 13(2). (ISSN 1895-1767). Pp: 159-171. SNIP: 0.689; SJR: 0.332; IPP: 0.425.
    7. B. Neelima , Anirudh Udupa G., Jane Shailoh Quadras and Gururaja Rao P. (2013). “Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Implementation Methodology of AERMOD model“. International Journal of Systems, Algorithms and Applications. Volume 3, 2013. ISSN: 2277-2677 (Online).
    8. B. Neelima (2008). “Analyzing and Threading Applications for Performance Improvements on Multi core Platform”. International Journal of Engineering Students. 31-39pp.

    National

    1. Abhishek S. Rao and B. Neelima (2012). “CPU-GPU Real Time Cloth Simulation Performance Improvement with Plaited Parallel Algorithm”. NMAMIT Annual Research Journal Volume 2 (ISSN 2249-0426).40-49pp.
    2. B. Neelima , Niranjan N. Chiplukar, Deepak Rao M., and Rajeevan K.V. (2011). “Mutli-core Interactive Framework for Program Optimization and Parallelization”, NMAMIT Annual Research Journal Volume 1 (ISSN 2249-0426).55-64pp.
    3. B. Neelima (2008). “Program Reincarnation”, Journal of Engineering Students, 38-43pp.
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