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     Date Submitted:06-03-2007
     Last Modified:06-03-2007 (10:20)
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     Current job:Lecturer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
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     KeywordsB.E Computer science graduate interested in space research
    CV

    Career Objective:

     

     

    To work in a challenging environment and be known for depth of knowledge, quality, hard work, timeliness of service, and honoring the commitments.

     

                                   

    Educational Qualification:

     

    B.E Computer science

     

     

    Conferences and Seminars Attended:

     

    Serial No.

    Conference / Seminar

    Organized by

    Period and Place

    1

    E-congregation- A state level technical paper presentation contest

    K.V.G Engineering College,

    Sullia, Mangalore Distract

    May 15, 2004, Sullia, Mangalore Dt

    2

    “Kshitij”- 2nd National level paper presentation contest

    IEEE and Basaveshwar Engineering college, Bagalkot.

    October 17, 2004, Bagalkot, Karnataka

    3

    IISL Space Law Conference – 2005, Asia-Pacific Regional Conference

    International Institute of Space Law and Indian Space Research Organization

    June 26-29, 2005, Bangalore

    4

     “Shrushti-2005”-An innovation exchange, South India level idea presentation contest.

     

    BVBoomaraddi Engg college Hubli

    May 12-15,

    2005, Hubli

    5

    India-United States Conference on Space Science, Application and Commerce- Strengthening and Expanding Cooperation

    Indian Space Research Organization, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and NASA

    June 21 – 25, 2005, Banaglore

    6

    National conference on Einstein’s relativity and its Impact on Mathematical sciences (Celebrating 100 years of Einstein’s work)

    Kittur Rani Chennamma PG center (Department of Mathematics), Belgaum

    October 24-26,2005, Belgaum

     

     

                                   

     

    Publications:

     

    1. “”Embedded systems with automatic guided vehicle during “ State level technical Symposium”, Sullia, Mangalore Dt
    2. “Computer Ergonomics for designing better work places” during “2nd National level paper presentation contest”, Basaveshwar engg college, Bagalkot.
    3. Advanced robotic hands for Space robots “ during National science day at The Planetary Society Of Youth, Bagalkot
    4. “Window to the universe, A complete guide to the night sky for amateur astronomers” during National conference on Einstein’s theory of relativity, Belgaum

     

                                                                   

    Membership of Professional Bodies:

     

    1. Member of Planetary Society of Youth, Bagalkot
    2. Member of Planetary society, California
    3. Member of ISTE (Indian society for Technical education)

     

                                   

    Responsibilities:

     

    1. Science and Technology task force manager of The Planetary Society of Youth, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India.
    2. Global volunteer of The Planetary Society, California, US

    Hobbies:

     

    Star gazing, Netsurfing, Reading space related books.

     

    Areas of Interests:

     

          Astronomy, astrophysics, Image processing, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Psychology, Web designing, Java

     

     

                                   

    Awards/Special achievements:

    1.      Obtained excellency award at NIIT

    2.      Best drawing award conducted by International drawing competition, Pune.

    3.      Selected for space generation congress, Spain

    4.      A paper selected for international conference on “Moon and beyond” to be held at Germany

     

                                   

    Projects:

     

    1. Implementation of UNIX shell for the set of commands.

              In this project code is written using c language where in it performs the UNIX

              Command operations for the set of inputs.

    1. Implementation of graphics editor.

    Here an editor like “paint brush” is created which performs the functions such as translation, scaling, rotation, editing and saving of the images.

    1. Classification of leaves using image processing.

    This project is implemented using c language. Here different classes of leaves are

    Used for the classification by the method of invariant moments. Some sample leaves are taken they are trained and a database of leaves are maintained. The leaf to be recognized is fed into the processing, after processing, the tested leaf is compared with the trained leaf. If the tested leaf matches with the trained leaf, it is said that the leaf belongs to same class otherwise it is categorized as it belongs to the different class.

     

     

    Software Skills:   


    Operating system                     Win 98/ XP, Linux

     

    Tools                                        MS Office, MS access, Tally, Visual basics, HTML, Oracle,                                                 Microprocessor, Mat lab, Network simulator

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