Organization profile

Organisation profile

About the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

The department of Computer Science and Engineering(CSE) came into existence as an independent department in 1988. Over the years, the department has developed to become a center of excellence providing in-depth technical knowledge and opportunities for innovation and research with well equipped computer facilities and dedicated faculty. The B. Tech degree program in computer science and engineering was started in the year 1985 under the Department of Electronics and Communication. The M.Tech program in Computer Science and Engineering started in the year 1989 and M.Tech program in Computer Science and Information Security in the year 2010 with the aim to develop core competence and prepare the students to carry out development work as well as to take up the challenges in research.  Students are also encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extra curricular activities. The department coordinates the activities of the student clubs like IE(CSE), Linux Users Group, and ACM student chapter. Alumni are working in reputed industries and a few have emerged as entrepreneurs. 

 Academic Programs Offered

B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering(1985)

M. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering(1989)

M. Tech in Computer Science and Information Security(2010)

Ph. D in all areas of Computer Science and Engineering

Infrastructural Facilities

The department has 11 different laboratories, viz., Digital Systems Lab, PG Lab, Data Base Systems Lab, Network Technology Lab, Software Engineering Lab, Research Lab, Programming Lab, Project Lab, Operating Systems Lab, Language Processor Lab, and Computer Graphics Lab with central air-conditioning, UPS, and special furniture for computer users. Each laboratory has been designed to accommodate 35-40 students per session and has been equipped with the state of the art computer systems, with the total of over 400 Intel based computers, with all necessary peripherals. 

Industry Interaction and Research Facilities

The department has tie up with various industries and offers electives in collaboration with the industries. The department has strong research interest in diverse areas of computer science and also offers a Ph. D program. Great emphasis is given on the emerging, inter disciplinary, cutting edge areas of research in the department. The focus areas of research are High Performance Computing Systems, Computer Vision, Software Engineering, Knowledge Engineering, Computer Networks and Security. The research activities of the faculty members and the students have resulted in more than 450 publications in International Conferences as well as Journals. 

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Steganography Engineering & Materials Science
Neural networks Engineering & Materials Science
Audio watermarking Engineering & Materials Science
Gabor filters Engineering & Materials Science
Classifiers Engineering & Materials Science
Mobile ad hoc networks Engineering & Materials Science
Learning systems Engineering & Materials Science
Cryptography Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 1996 2019

Adaptive downlink packet scheduling in LTE networks based on queue monitoring

Adesh, N. D. & Renuka, A., 01-08-2019, In : Wireless Networks. p. 1-18 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Scheduling
Throughput
Resource allocation
Monitoring
Quality of service

Adaptive Receiver-Window Adjustment for Delay Reduction in LTE Networks

Adesh, N. D. & Renuka, A., 01-01-2019, In : Journal of Computer Networks and Communications. 2019, 3645717.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Base stations
Throughput
Experiments

A parallel algorithm to hide an image in an image for secured steganography

Kini, N. G., Gautam & Kini, V. G., 01-01-2019, Studies in Computational Intelligence. Springer Verlag, p. 585-594 10 p. (Studies in Computational Intelligence; vol. 771).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Steganography
Parallel algorithms
Parallel programming
Security of data
Parallel processing systems

Projects 2006 2009