Dr. Nagananda M S

Designation: 
Professor
Department: 
Electronics & Communication Engg.
Qualification: BE, M. Tech, PhD (IIT, Delhi)
Experience:14 Years (Teaching)
He received B.E. in Electronics and Communication from Mysore University, M. Tech in Bio-Medical Instrumentation from Visvesvaraya Technological University, PhD in Biomedical Engineering from IIT /AIIMS Delhi. Over the last 20 years, he has been actively involved in various teaching and research assignments in India.
 
 

Research Interest

  • Electronic Instrumentation and Bioengineering focusing on Signal Processing
  • Developing innovative integrated solutions for rapid diffusion and adoption of affordable technology to provide quality health care solutions

 

Publications

 
Original ideas/innovative noble Research work: 
1. EEG Signal Classification using K-Means and Fuzzy C Means Clustering Methods, IJSTE - International Journal of Science Technology & Engineering, Volume 2, Issue 01, July 2015, ISSN (online): 2349-784X
2. Quantization of mental stress using various physiological markers, PeerJ Preprints
3. Mental Stress and its Implications on Reaction time, International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, IJCTT, volume – 4, Issue – 5, May 2013.
4. Identifying prospective biomarkers for cognitive impairments during pregnancy – Review of current status and some preliminary results, International journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, OMICS publishers, Received December 19, 2011; Accepted February 04, 2012; Published February 10, 2012.
5. Cognitive competence and psycho-somatic problems of engineering students, International Journal Voice of Research, ISSN No. 2277-7733, Volume 1, Issue 2, September 2012.
6. Portable cost-effective EEG data acquisition system, Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 2011; Early Online, 1–6 Informa Healthcare, Innovation Received 29 October 2010; revised 25 January 2011; accepted 2 February 2011.
7. Designing of bathrooms for elderly people in India with pragmatic studies, WSEAS transactions on biology and biomedicine, Received 22 October 2010; Revised 16 May 2011.
8. Visual Pattern Generation to stimulate brain and extraction of event related Potentials WSEAS TRANSACTIONS, 116-121, Issue 1, Volume 2, January 2005.
 
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ORGANIZED AT DSCE
1. Second National Conference on Sustainable Emerging Intelligent Technologies, May 26th to 28th - 2017,SEITCON - 2017, Jointly Organized by: Department of EEE/ECE/EIE/ML/PHY/TCE Organizing Secretary of the Conference.
2. National Conference on Sustainable Emerging Intelligent Technologies, February 22nd& 23rd – 2016,SEITCON-16, Jointly Organized by: Department of EEE/ECE/EIE/ML/PHY/TCE.  Convener of the Conference.
 
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ORGANIZED AT RVCE
1. ETBMSP-08, National conference on Emerging Trends in Bio-Medical Signal Processing, R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059, 26th April 2008. Convener of the Conference.
2. BIT-05, National Conference on “Recent trends in Bio-Medical Instrumentation” R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059, on June 3rd 2005.  Convener of the Conference. 
 
WORKSHOP ORGANIZED AT Medical Electronics Dept., DSCE
1. Project based learning & training program on Arduino microcontroller, 27.10.2016
2. Techno-cultural extravaganza, Inauguration of Student Chapter of ISOI, 01.10.2016
3. Workshop on Computer Programming using Python, 21.3.201
4. ML Open Day - Project Exhibition and Talent Exhibition, 8.4.2017
 
Other peer reviewed papers published in front line International / Indian proceedings:
1. Comprehensive cognitive index in pregnancy-bioinstrumentation development. Paper presented Indian bioinstrumentation conference, Dec 2008. 
2. Methodology of detection of ship-wake using non-sonic device in order to design state-of-art wake-homing system for autonomous underwater vehicles, TEAM TECH–2006, International conference, February 28th – 2nd March, 2006, at TATA Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore.
3. Software Quality Profile, 11th International Conferences, 12-15 December 2005, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. 
 
4. Visual Pattern Generation to stimulate brain and extraction of event related Potentials, WSEAS conference, Udine, Italy in January 20-22, 2005. 
5. Stimulation of Brain through Visual Stimulus and computerized acquisition of EEG signals, TEAM TECH–2004, International conference, November 2-4, 2004, at TATA Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore. 
6. Signal gamma band signal on extracted VEP, TEAM TECH–2004, International conference, November 2-4, 2004, at TATA Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore. 
 
NATIONAL CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS 
 
7. Development of Comprehensive Cognitive Index in Pregnancy: A Novel Integrated approach, National Seminar on “Advances in Instrumentation, Signal Processing & Communication” AISPC-2009, Maratha VidyaPrasarakSamaj’s College of Engineering, Gangapur Road, Nashik-422013, (Maharashtra) P 189-194.
8. Cognitive Rehabilitation using Evoked Potential Analyzer, National Conference on Alternative communication and assistive technology for persons with disabilities, NITIE, Mumbai, Sponsored by INAE & ISAAC, P 59-60
9. Estimation of psycho-physiological correlates of cognition during various stages of women, National Conference on Emerging Medical Instrumentation, Central Scientific Instruments Organization (CSIO), Sector 30 C, Chandigarh. 
10. Extraction of Visual evoked Potentials, CHEMBOIT-05, National conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059, May 27-28th, 2005. Remark: Best paper award, 1st prize. 
11. Stimulation of Brain through Visual Stimulus and extraction of Visual Evoked Potentials, PEPEOM – 27th & 28th February 2005, National Conference, Thaper Institute of Technology, Patiala, Punjab. 
12. Extraction of Vibroarthrographic signals PEPEOM – 27th & 28th February 2005 National Conference, Thaper Institute of Technology, Patiala, Punjab. 
13. Analysis of PPG Signals of Different Trimester Pregnant Women Using Nonlinear Signal Processing Techniques, Thejashree.S.B, M.S. Nagananda, NarayanaDutt. D
 
 
14. Identifying the Variations In Anatomy and Hemodynamic Parameters In Radial Artery at Three Chinese Palpation Points – A Review, Akshith. M, D. Narayana Dutt and M.S. Nagananda
15. Prediction of Congenital Heart Disease In Neonates Using Ultrasound Images and Physiological Parameters, Deepak Reddy PA , D. Narayana Dutt, M.S.Nagananda
16. Review On - Analysis of Sleep Stage Using PhotoplethysmogramSushmitha G Hakkandi, D. Narayana Dutt, M. S. Nagananda
17. Cardiac Abnormalities Studies Using PPG Signals., Jagath A, D. Narayana Dutt, M.S.Nagananda
18. Depression Analysis Using Iris Recognition- A Review, Pavankumar, M. S.Nagananda, D Narayana Dutt
19. Prediction of Congenital Heart Disease in Neonates Using Ultrasound Images and Physiological Parameters, Deepak Reddy PA, D. Narayana Dutt, M.S.Nagananda
20. Study Of Cardiac Abnormalities Using PPG Signals- A ReviewJagath A, D. Narayana Dutt, M.S. Nagananda
21. Analysis of PPG Signal Collected from Pregnant Women-A Review, Thejashree.S.B , D. Narayana Dutt and M.S. Nagananda
22. Detection of Stress Using Face Recognition: A Review, Ramya G S, M. S.Nagananda, D Narayana Dutt
 
 
INERNATIONAL JOURNALS/CONFERENCES
 
23. TEAM TECH–2004, International conference, November 2-4, 2004, at TATA Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore. 
24. INTEL FORUM-2004, Intel’s New Products Exhibition, October 12-13, 2004, at Palace Grounds, Bangalore.
25. Intel Forum-2005, Intel’s New Products Exhibition, October 6-7, 2005, at Palace Grounds, Bangalore. 
26. TEAM TECH–2006, International conference, 28th February 2006 to March 2006, at TATA Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore. 
 
 
 
NATIONAL JOURNALS/CONFERENCES
 
27. PEPEOM – 27th & 28th February 2005, National Conference, Thaper Institute of Technology, Patiala, Punjab. 
28. CHEMBOIT-05, National conference on “Recent Trends in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology”, R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059, May 27-28th, 2005. 
29. BIT-05, National Conference on “Recent trends in Bio-Medical Instrumentation” R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059, on June 3rd 2005. 
30. National Conference on Advanced Multimedia processing & Applications, Department of Master of Computer Applications, R V College of Engineering, Bangalore-560 059. 

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