Researchers at the CSE department have achieved many milestones. Their research and initiatives have opened up new horizons.
DST has sanctioned 14.43 crores (~2.2 millions USD) for the Interdisciplinary Center for Cyber Security and Cyber Defense of Critical Infrastructure. Prof. Sandeep Shukla and Prof. Manindra Agrawal will lead the group. This is the first center, set up in India, to pursue cyber security of critical infrastructure.
Prof. Surender Baswana proposed an algorithmic perspective for JEE seat allocation for CFTIs. This approach ensures each candidate submits a single choice list over all available programs, and receives no more than a single seat from the system, based on the choices and the ranks in the relevant merit lists.
One of the major problems in algebraic complexity is that of polynomial identity testing. A large number of special cases have been solved jointly by the research group of Prof. Nitin Saxena. The quest for a general solution is still on. The group also has famous complexity results in the related questions of algebraic dependence testing and finding roots of polynomials.
The National Air Quality Index (NAQI) translates individual air pollutant concentrations into a single number that reflects the status of air quality in simple terms. The scientific basis of developing AQI is the attainment of air quality standards and pollutant dose-response relationships. This was developed by Prof. Arnab Bhattacharya.
MOOCs provide affordable and flexible way to learn new skills, pursue lifelong interests and deliver quality educational experiences at scale. Agropedia, a software as a service model, can be used to rapidly build agriculture portals for different communities.
Prutor is a cloud-based web application that provides instant and useful feedback to students while solving programming problems. Prutor provides a view of the students' approach to solving programming problems, regardless of programming environments.
A standard for smart card operating system has been developed which is used by the government of India for all their smart card based applications. A smart card operating system has also been implemented which is compliant to this standard. This technology is in the process of being commercialized.
Some path breaking contributions have been made in Indian language coding (ISCII), keyboard design, transliteration, OCR machine translation, Linux ware, NLP, Indian scripts on Linux, Web content creation and search. Some of our landmark achievement is: GIST multilingual technology, AGLABHARTI & ANUBHARTI MACHINE aided translation strategies and popular web sites such as Gita-supersite.
The primary aim is to design a robust system which is capable of handling problems like security, personal, verification/identification etc. The various traits that are considered are Face, Iris, Signature, Fingerprints and Ear.
The medical applications group supported by media lab Asia developed a portable mobile model of printing healthcare delivery which uses ICT and digital devices to contact remotely located individuals requiring medical attention with doctors. The 'Sehat Saathi' software was one of the software for telemedicine.