Dr Rinki Sharma

Dr. Rinki Sharma

Associate Professor|Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Department of Computer Science and Engineering


Dr. Rinki Sharma is working as Associate Professor in the department of computer science and engineering. She is also the head of the Center of Control Systems and Robotics Research. In her teaching and research carrier spanning for over 15 years, she has published book chapters, journal and conference papers under reputed publications. She has been granted 5 international patents. She has given over 60 corporate trainings and invited talks in corporate and academic institutes.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

    Coventry University, U.K

  • M.Sc (Engg.) in Communication Engineering

    Coventry University, U.K

  • B.E in Telecommunication Engineering,

    Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka

Experience

Total Experience: 16 years

  1. Intern, Afila Technologies, Bangalore, August 2004 ‑January2005
  2. Lecturer, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, 2005 – 2006
  3. Senior Lecturer, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, 2006 ‑2008
  4. Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, 2008 ‑2011
  5. Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, M. S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies, 2011 – 2013
  6. Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, 2013 – 2016
  7. Member, Board of Studies, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bengaluru, 2014-Till date.
  8. Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, 2016 ‑Till date
  9. Head, Center for Control Systems and Robotics Research, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, 2017 ‑Till date
  10. Mentor, Ramaiah Technology Business Incubation, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, June 2019-Till date

Training Experience

  1. Automotive Ethernet and AUTOSAR, TATA Motors, Pune, February 2020. Vehicle-to-Everythng (V2X) communication, TATA Motors, Pune, January 2020.
  2. TCP Optimization for Wide Area Networks, Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), Bangalore, 5th September, 2018
  3. Information Routing Computer Networks, Brindavan College of Engineering, Bangalore, 31st July 2018
  4. Vehicle cybersecurity, Paladion Cybersecurity and Information Security Services, Bangalore, 16th February 2017
  5. Intelligent Transportation Systems, Robert Bosch, Bangalore, 18th May 2016
  6. Soldier Ad-hoc networks, CAIR, Bangalore, 8th March, 2016
  7. Next Generation Wireless Network Technologies, CAIR, Bangalore, 9th March, 2016
  8. Next Generation Network Technologies, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, 29th December 2015, 
  9. Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks, CAIR, Bangalore, 2009
  10. Data Communication and Networks, Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore, 2007

Research Interest:

Communication and network technologies, wireless networks, vehicular networks, network security, big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics

Research Expertise:

Computer networks, data communication, Ad-hoc networks, software defined networking (SDN), automotive communication protocols, wireless network technologies, Internet of Things (IoT), vehicular communication.

Keywords

  • Communication and network technologies,
  • wireless networks
  • vehicular networks
  • network security
  • big data
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  • robotics
  • Computer networks
  • data communication
  • Ad-hoc networks
  • software defined networking (SDN)
  • automotive communication protocols
  • wireless network technologies
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • vehicular communication

Ph.D. Dissertation:

Sharma, R. (2014). Simulation studies on effects of dual polarisation and directivity of antennas on the performance of MANETs 

National Conference Papers:

  1. Rajan, M. and Sharma, R. (2009), Bluetooth Ad-hoc Routing Algorithm: Challenges and Design Approach, National Conference on Networks, Intelligence and Computing Systems (NCNICS), Coimbatore
  2. Shiv Kumar, P and Sharma, R. (2009), Effects of Propagation and Mobility Models on the Performance of MANETs, National Conference on Information Processing, Communication Networks and Embedded System(NICE), Bangalore

International Conference Papers:

  1. Prakash, P., Sharma, R., Sindhu, S., and Shankar, T. (2017, December). Visible Light Communication using Solar Panel. In2017 2nd International Conference On Emerging Computation and Information Technologies (ICECIT)(pp. 1 – 5). IEEE.
  2. Chaitra, S. and Sharma, R., 2017, Integration of Software Router with Wi-Fi for Enhanced Security. Presented in 7th IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC-2017), Hyderabad, India
  3. Ananth, M. D. and Sharma, R., 2017, Cost and Performance Analysis of Network Function Virtualization based Cloud System. Presented in 7th IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC-2017), Hyderabad, India
  4. Sharma, R., 2016,Cognitive Radio for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless Sensor Networks: Applications, Open Research Issues, and Research Directions. In Introduction to Cognitive Radio Networks and Applications, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group
  5. Ananth, M. D. and Sharma, R., 2016, Cloud Management using Network Function Virtualization to Reduce CAPEX and OPEX. Presented in 8thIEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks (CICN ‑2016), Tehri, India 
  6. Sharma, R., Kadambi, G.R., Vershinin, Y.A. and Mukundan, K.N., 2015, April. Dual Polarised Directional Communication Based Medium Access Control Protocol for Performance Enhancement of MANETs. In Communication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2015 Fifth International Conference on(pp. 185 – 189). IEEE.
  7. Sharma, R., Kadambi, G.R., Vershinin, Y.A. and Mukundan, K.N., 2015, April. Multipath Routing Protocol to Support Dual Polarised Directional Communication for Performance Enhancement of MANETs. In Communication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2015 Fifth International Conference on(pp. 258 – 262). IEEE.
  8. Sharma, R., Kadambi, G.R., Vershinin, Y.A. and Mukundan, K.N., 2015, April. Deafness Avoidance in MANETs through Exchange of Link ID Broadcasts. InCommunication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2015 Fifth International Conference on(pp. 159 – 163). IEEE.
  9. Sharma, R., Gupta, S.K., Suhas, K.K. and Kashyap, G.S., 2014, April. Performance analysis of Zigbee based wireless sensor network for remote patient monitoring. InCommunication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2014 Fourth International Conference on(pp. 58 – 62). IEEE.
  10. Sharma, R., Shankar, J.U. and Rajan, S.T., 2014, April. Effect of Number of Active Nodes and Inter-node Distance on the Performance of Wireless Sensor Networks. InCommunication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2014 Fourth International Conference on(pp. 69 – 73). IEEE.
  11. Gopinath, T., Kumar, A.R. and Sharma, R., 2013, April. Performance evaluation of TCP and UDP over wireless ad-hoc networks with varying traffic loads. InCommunication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2013 International Conference on(pp. 281 – 285). IEEE.
  12. Thriveni, H.B., Kumar, G.M. and Sharma, R., 2013, April. Performance evaluation of routing protocols in mobile ad-hoc networks with varying node density and node mobility. InCommunication Systems and Network Technologies (CSNT), 2013 International Conference on(pp. 252 – 256). IEEE.
  13. Chilukuri, S., Sharma, R., Borade, D.R. and Kadambi, G.R., 2012. Simulation Studies on an Energy Efficient Multipath Routing Protocol using Directional Antennas for MANETs. International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks,4(4), p.123.
  14. Muralidhar, R., Sharma, R. and Naik, S. 2009. An Efficient Mobile Ad-Hoc Routing Algorithm for Bluetooth Nodes. In International Conference on Wireless Networks (ICWN’09), Las Vegas.

National Journal Papers:

  1. Gokulkrishna D., Sharma R. and Murthy K.R.N., 2011. Design and Implementation of a Routing Protocol for Mobile AD-HOC Networks. SASTech Journal, 10(2), pp. 29 – 35.
  2. Kumar N., Sharma R. and Bhaskaran R., 2010. Design and Development of Fault Tolerant CAN-LIN Gateway for In-Vehicle Communication. SASTech Journal, 9(1), pp. 17 – 22.

International Journal Papers:

  1. Sharma, R., Kadambi, G.R. and Mukundan, K.N., 2013. Method for handling collisions of broadcast packets due to hidden node problem. ACM SIGBED Review,10(2), pp.6 – 10.
  2. Chilukuri, S., Sharma, R., Borade, D.R. and Kadambi, G.R., 2012. Simulation Studies on an Energy Efficient Multipath Routing Protocol using Directional Antennas for MANETs. International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks,4(4), p.123.
  3. Kumar P. S., Sharma R. and Varaprasad G., 2010. Dynamic antenna mode selection for link maintenance in MANETs. ACM SIGBED Review,7(3), pp.3 – 9.

Chapters in Books:

  1. Sharma, R., 2016,Cognitive Radio for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless Sensor Networks: Applications, Open Research Issues, and Research Directions. In Introduction to Cognitive Radio Networks and Applications, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group
  2. Sharma, R., Kadambi, G.R., Vershinin, Y.A. and Mukundan, K.N., 2013. Survey of Solutions to Avoid Deafness in Wireless Networks using Directional Antenna, In Handbook of Wireless Communications and Networking-Theory and Practice, IGI Global Publishers

Patents Granted:

  1. Adhoc Network – European PatentEP 2,661,816 B1 August 29, 2018 Inventors: Govind R. Kadambi, Rinki Sharma and P. Shiva Kumar
  2. Adhoc Network ‑U.S. PatentUS 9,408,242 B2 August 02, 2016 Inventors: Govind R. Kadambi, Rinki Sharma and P. Shiva Kumar
  3. A method to eliminate deafness and increase network performance – Chinese PatentZL 2011 8 0067231.9, December 02, 2015 Inventors: Govind R. Kadambi, Rinki Sharma and P. Shiva Kumar
  4. Adhoc Network –Korean Patent10-1500477 March 3, 2015 Inventors: Govind R. Kadambi, Rinki Sharma and P. Shiva Kumar
  5. A method to eliminate deafness and increase network performance-Japan Patent5687773 January 30, 2015 Inventors: Govind R. Kadambi, Rinki Sharma and P. ShivaKumar

Patents Filed and Pending:

  1. Rinki Sharma and MrityunjayPandey“System for Dynamic Resource Allocation for SD-WAN”, Indian Patent Application: 201741046755, December 27, 2017
  2. Mumshad Mannambeth, Rinki Sharma and N. D. Gangadhar Method, System and Apparatus for an Efficient Client-side Load Balancing in a Cloud Computing Environment” Indian Patent Application: 2372/CHE/2014, May 12, 2014

Magazine Articles:

  1. Rinki Sharma, LTE Features and Installation in India. Electronics For You, June 2012 Issue,page ‑36,www.efymag.com

  1. Technical Program Committee member of IEEE IEMCON ‑2019, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 17th ‑19th October, 2019.
  2. Project titled IoT Based Platform to Enable Short and Long Distance Communication for Speech, Hearing and Visually Impaired’ was displayed at the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM), Bengaluru during Innovation Festival held during 1st –3rd February 2019. The project was well appreciated by the selection committee members and visitors.
  3. Technical Program Committee member of IEEE CSNT ‑2013 and 2014.
  4. Visit to United Kingdom in November 2009,sponsored by UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI)grant.
  5. Reviewer for several conferences and journals.

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