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Dr. Bhavadharini R M

Associate Professor

Email: bhavadharini.rm@vit.ac.in

PhD: SNS College of Technology,Anna University, Chennai

Research Area: Mobile AdHoc Networks

Employee ID52261
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Educational details (Please mention all the degrees with latest first)
DegreePassed out yearSpecializationInstitute/University/ College
PhD2016Information and Communication EngineeringSNS College of Technology/Anna University
M.Tech2009Computer Science and EngineeringSNS College of Technology/Anna University
B.E./B.Tech2002Computer Science and EngineeringVLB Janaki Ammal College of Engineering and Technology/Bharathiyar University
Research Details
Areas of SpecializationMobile Ad Hoc Networks, Wireless Communication, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Deep Learning
ORCID ID·         https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3096-4885
Scopus IDhttps://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=36709341000
H-index (scopus)3
Google Scholar IDhttps://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=qj5doQoAAAAJ&hl=en
i10 index2
On-going Consultancy Project Details
On-going Consultancy Project TitleFunding Agency
Patent Published Details
Patent Published TitlePatent Published Application No.
REAL-TIME INFORMATION AND TRACKING SYSTEM FOR A VEHICLE202241020779 A
  
  
  
Patent Granted Details
Patent Granted TitlePatent Granted Application No.
A system for detecting fault in a network and performing recovery management and a method thereof2022/01775
Blockchain Technology based IoT Consensus protocol for Smart Home2020101466
Book / Book Chapter Published Details
TitlePublisherYear
Intelligent Heart Disease Detection and Classification Method Using Optimal Neuro-Fuzzy with Stochastic Gradient Descent Model for Smart Societies (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9781119841937)Springer2021
Investigations on Machine Learning Models to Envisage Coronavirus in Patients

(https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9781119841937)

Wiley2022

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