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PALLAPA VENKATARAM, Ph.D. (Information Sciences, University of Sheffield), is a Professor in Department of Electrical Communication Engineering, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. He has more than 16 years of teaching and nine years of professional experience. He has contributed to more than 150 papers and journals of international repute and has served in various capacities in many IEEE and ICCC conferences and workshops. He is a member of IEEE computer society. Professor Venkataram is a recipient of University Research Programme award for research on routing intelligent mobile agents from Cisco Systems Inc., USA and the UNDP award. He is a Fellow of IEE, UK and IETE, India. His areas of research interest include wireless networks, computational intelligence in communication networks, protocol engineering, and multimedia systems.

SUNILKUMAR S. MANVI, Ph.D., is Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Reva Institute of Technology and Management, Bangalore. He has more than two decades of teaching experience. His research interests include multimedia communications, agent technology applications in mobile computing and wireless networks. He has published about 90 journals and 140 conference papers at national and international level.

B. SATHISH BABU, Ph.D. (Electrical Communication Engineering), is Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur. With the teaching and research experience of over three decades, he has written about twenty research papers in national and international journals. He is also the co-author of ‘Mobile and Wireless Application Security’. His research interests include cognitive agents based control solutions for networks, grid computing, cloud computing scheduling and security issues, context-aware trust issues in ubiquitous computing, privacy issues in WSN and opportunistic computing.



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