Worldwide Academic Collaborations
I am collaborating with a number of reputed academicians worldwide in Research and Development (R&D). I am extremely motivated towards interdisciplinary collaborations for novel knowledge building in the academic world. Some of my collaborators are the following:
Prof. Raj Ranjan, Newcastle University, UK
Prof. Raj (official profile) is a Chair and Professor of Computing Science and Internet of Things at Newcastle University, United Kingdom. He is an internationally established scientist with about 250 scientific publications and expertise in cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things. I am collaborating with Prof. Raj in Vehicular Fog Computing related R&D majorly focusing on industrial project outputs.
Dr. Mamun Rashid, Kings College London, UK
Dr. Mamun (official profile) is a Senior Research Fellow at the King’s Business School, King’s College London. He is currently working in a leading Digital Analytics center called “Consumer and Organizational Digital Analytics Research Centre (CODA)”. Dr. Mamun’s research projects have involved large volume infrastructural data analysis in a distributed HPC environment on the commodity hardware. Coming from a strong infrastructure deployment and data analytical background as well as helping build a number of data-intensive systems, Mamun now works on solving the diverse set of problems for finding impacts of state-of-the-technology in the area of IoT, Big Data, Blockchain, pattern recognition, Smart Infrastructure, Future Cities and Distributed HPC. I am collaborating with Dr. Mamun in Future Connected Environment related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs.
Prof. Yue Cao, Wuhan University, China
Prof. Yue (official profile) is full professor at the School of Cyber Science and Engineering, Wuhan University, China. He is recruited as a “Hundred Talents Program” of Wuhan university. I am collaborating with Prof. Yue in Electric Vehicle related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs as well as academic research outputs in terms of publications in reputed IEEE Transactions and journals.
Prof. Jaime Lloret, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Prof. Jaime Lloret (official profile) is an Associate Professor with the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He is also the Chair of the Integrated Management Coastal Research Institute (IGIC). He is also the Head of the Active and Collaborative Techniques and Use of Technologic Resources in the Education (EITACURTE) Innovation Group. He is also the Director of the University Diploma Redes y Comunicaciones de Ordenadores. He has led many local, regional, national, and European projects. He has authored 22 book chapters and more than 480 research papers published in national and international conferences, international journals (more than 230 with ISI Thomson JCR). Since 2016, he has been the Spanish Researcher with the highest h-index in the Telecommunications journal list according to Clarivate Analytics Ranking. I am collaborating with Prof. Jaime in Wireless Communication related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs as well as academic research outputs in terms of publications in reputed IEEE Transactions and journals.
Prof. Kamalrulnizam Bakar, University of Technology Malaysia (UTM)
Prof. Kamalrulnizam (official profile) is a Professor in Computer Science at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia, and a member of the Pervasive Computing Research Group (PCRG). Prof. Kamalrul is also the Dean of Research in the School of Computing. Kamalrul’s research interest includes mobile and wireless computing, ad hoc and sensor networks, information security and grid computing. I am collaborating with Prof. Kamalrul in Adhoc Wireless Communication related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs as well as academic research outputs in terms of publications in reputed IEEE Transactions and journals.
Prof. P Vedagiri, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B), India
Prof. P Vedagiri (official profile) is a Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Prof. Vedagiri is leading the R&D in Transportation Systems Engineering focusing on Traffic Safety, Mixed Traffic Flow Modeling and Simulation, Traffic Monitoring Management and Control, Traffic Facility Design and Evaluation, Traffic Impact Assessment, Pedestrian Flow Modeling, and Facility Design, Road Safety Audit, Public Transit Systems Design and Operations. I am collaborating with Prof. Vedagiri in Future Transportation Systems related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs. We are particularly focusing on UK-India collaborative projects call.
Dr. Houbing Song, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Dr. Houbing Song (official profile) an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Security and Optimization for Networked Globe Laboratory (SONG Lab, www.SONGLab.us). Dr. Song research focuses on cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity and privacy, internet of things, edge computing, AI/machine learning, big data analytics, unmanned aircraft systems, connected vehicle, smart and connected health, and wireless communications and networking. His research has been featured by popular news media outlets, including IEEE GlobalSpec’s Engineering360, Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Fox News, Forbes, WFTV, and New Atlas. I am collaborating with Dr. Song in IoT related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs, and academic research publication in IEEE Transactions.
Dr. Mukesh Prasad, University of Technology, Australia
Dr. Mukesh Prasad (official profile) a Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science Core Member, Centre for Artificial Intelligence at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Dr. Mukesh’s research focuses on Machine Learning, Computational Intelligence, Deep Learning, Data Analysis, Fuzzy Neural Networks, Brain-computer Interface (BCI), Image processing. I am collaborating with Dr. Mukesh in BCI centric driving behaviour predictions for Connected Vehicles related R&D focusing on industrial project outputs, and academic research publications in IEEE Transactions.