Professor

Prof Priya Ranjan 

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Interests

  1. Networking
  2. Clinical multimedia Processing and Public Health
  3. Application of Mathematics of Delay Differential Equations to Engineering Problems

Education

1997

EE, IIT Kharagpur
India
B.Tech (Hons.)

1999

Institute of Systems Research (ISR)/EE, Maryland
USA
M.S.

2003

Institute of Systems Research (ISR)/EE, Maryland
USA
Ph.D.

Experience

  • 2013-2019,  Full Professor | Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering (EEE),Amity School of Engineering and Technology (ASET)
  • 2011-2013,  Full Professor and Head of Department | Department of Electronic Communication Engineering (ECE), Templecity Institute of Technology and Engineering (TITE), Khordha, Odisha, India
  • 2010-2011,  Dean (Academic) | Engineering Divison, Babu Banarasi Das University, Lucknow, India
  • 2009-2010,  Assistant Professor | Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Insitute of Technology, Kanpur, India
  • 2003-2009,  Senior Research Scientist | Intelligent Automation Inc. Rockville, Maryland
  • 2003-2009,  Research Associate | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Joint Appointment with Institute for Systems Research University of Maryland, College Park

Research Interest

  • He has passion for control of dynamical system remains his life long love as he pursues the same in a role of a teacher with new suite of software/hardware/sensors. His foray in networking now has led to a Ph.D. thesis of Mr. Sunil K. Agarwal in wireless sensor networks as an automated protocol for cluster head (CH) election and MS thesis of Mr. Harshit Pandey in the field of multi-layered networks and processes modelled as tensors.
  • His latest interest is in biological computation, oncological multimedia processing, MRI, EEG and ECG processing along with his ICMR senior research fellow (SRF) Ms. Arti Taneja (Currently on her Post-doc assignment in Lehigh University, PA, USA), Research Scholars Mrs. Anju Mishra, Ms. Shanu Sharma, Mr. K. D. Shrivasatava etc. in a lab titled Health Analytics and Data Vizualization Environment (HAVE) he established jointly with Prof. Rajiv Janardhanan in 2018. Some of their recent papers have been accepted in Multimedia and Tools (MMT) by Springer and in conferences on cancer related issues all around the world included highly rated conference HCI and ISBI 2018. In particular his emphasis is on developing software tools for affordable early detection of different reproductive cancers, heart malignancies, mental anomalies using EEG and EcoG signals. He has been helping biologists and pathologists by designing and implementing user interfaces friendly to their way of working and generating innovative results for next generation of analysis for bio-professionals. He truly believes that a multi-way productive collaboration with biologists, public health professionals and clinical scientists with bio-informatics and bio-computational suite of tools will lead to next knowledge revolution for humanity towards better health facilitation. He has multiple Indian software copyrights approved.

Awards & Recognition

  • Principal Investigator, A Swarm Intelligence Based Approach to Secure, Scalable and
    Robust Design for Survivable Networking, Phase I-Six months ARMY SBIR grant, 2007, Phase-II $750k awarded in Aug 2008 and completed in 2010
  • Principal Investigator, A Mixed Initiative Approach to Human-Robot Interaction, Phase I-Six months DARPA SBIR grant, 2006-2007, Phase-II $750k awarded in Feb, 2008 and completed in 2010
  • Principal Investigator, Computing a Semantic View of a Scene for Surveillance from Stereo and Discreet LIDAR, Phase I-Six months Army SBIR grant. ($75k joint with Prof. Carlos Tomasi from Duke University), 2005-2006
  • Co-Investigator, DDDAS-TMRP: Data-Driven Power System Operations, CNS-05-0540216, 01/1/2006-12/31/2008, National Science Foundation ($320,000), Played an important role in proposal conceptualization and preparation. The grant supports my time associated with my position at the University of Maryland
  • Student Researcher and Co-Investigator, ITR: Nonlinear Dynamics-Based Robust Congestion Control, ANI-02-19162, 10/1/2002-9/30/2005, National Science Foundation ($447,408), Provided significant research support to my Ph.D. advisor Prof. E.H.Abed in proposal preparation

Memberships

  • IEEE, IACR

List of Publications

  • S. Banerjee, P. Ranjan and C. Grebogi, “Bifurcations in two-dimensional piecewise smooth maps - Theory and applications in switching circuits,” IEEE Transactions on Circuit and Systems I-Fundamental Theory and Applications, Impact Factor (2013): 1.97, Vol. 47, No. 5, May. 2000, pp. 1079-1092.
  • SRT Kumara, P. Ranjan , A. Surana and Narayanan V, “Decision making in logistics: A chaos theory based analysis,” CIRP Annals-Manufacturing Technology, Impact Factor (2013): 1.708, Publisher: Technische Rundschau Edition Colibri Ltd, Nordring 4, CH-3001 Bern, Switzerland, Vol. 52, No. 1, Jan. 2003, pp. 381-384.
  • P. Ranjan, E. H. Abed and R.J. La, “Nonlinear instabilities in TCP-RED,” IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Impact Factor (2013) : 2.033, Vol. 12, No. 6, Dec.2004, pp. 1079-1092.
  • P. Ranjan, R.J. La and E.H. Abed, “Global stability conditions for rate control with an arbitrary communication delay,” IEEE/ ACM Transactions on Networking, Impact Factor (2013) : 2.033, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 94-107, Feb. 2006.
  • R.J. La and P. Ranjan, “Asymptotic Stability of a Rate Control System with Communication Delays,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Impact Factor (2013): 2.11, Vol. 52, Issue 10, pp.1920-1925, Oct 2007.
  • R.J. La and P. Ranjan, “Stability of a rate control system with averaged feedback and network delay,” Elsevier Automatica, Impact Factor(2013) : 2.829, Vol. 42, No. 10, pp. 1817-1820, Oct. 2006.
  • R.J. La and P. Ranjan, “Convergence of the Dual Algorithm with Arbitrary Network Delays,” SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, Impact Factor (2013) : 1.425, Vol.68, Issue 5, pp. 1247-1267, May 2008.
  • Arti Taneja, P. Ranjan and Amit Ujlayan, “ATP-MLSM: Angular Texture Pattern-Multi-Level Set Model based Retinal Image Segmentation Approach,” International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, IPP (Impact per Publication) (2014) : 0.500, Vol.22, No.4, pp.285 - 313, Dec. 2016.
  • B. S. Sikarwar, M. Roy, P. Ranjan and A. Goyal, “Automatic Disease Screening Method Using Image Processing for Dried Blood Microfluidic Drop Stain Pattern Recognition,” Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, IPP (Impact per Publication) (2014) : 0.933, To appear in 2016.
  • B. S. Sikarwar, A. Bhaduria and P. Ranjan, “ Towards an Analytical Method for film Cooling Prediction,” International Journal of Engineering, Universal Impact Factor-1.0986, To appear in 2016.
  • A. Taneja, P. Ranjan and Amit Ujlayan, “An Efficient SOM and EM-Based Intravascular Ultrasound Blood Vessel Image Segmentation Approach,” International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management IPP (Impact per Publication) (2014) : 0.457, To appear in 2016.
  • A. Taneja, P. Ranjan and Amit Ujlayan, “Extended Texture Pattern Based Multi-level set Segmentation in Multi-cell Cervical Cancer Image Analysis,” Accepted for publication in Multimedia Tools and Applications by Springer (2015/2016 Impact Factor : 1.331), April, 2017.

Contact Details

  • E-mail id:  priyaranjan@srmap.edu.in
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