at RGU IIIT Nuzvid on 07.03.2012
Dr. M. Radhakrishna
Professor in IIIT, Allahabad
Dr. M. Radhakrishna, Professor in IIIT , Allahabad , visited RGUIIIT , NUZVID , on 7th March , 2012 and delivered a seminar on ' Wireless Sensing' . Being an experienced professional, he advised the students to opt for research after their academic career. He motivated that our students should strive for public-centred research that would perceive into the lives of common man.
He started with a brief description about his cognitive experience and his association with some famous universities. Later, he switched onto the applications of Wireless Sensing on which he had worked upon. One of the interesting aspects which was meticulously explained was 'Aiding communication facility for the deaf and the dumb'. Another intriguing one was 'Wireless-Sensible fencing of Forests' to protect trees, wildlife and their exploitation as well!
Amazed by the intention behind establishing RGUIIIT, he desired that this experiment would be successful and commendable. Describing as an institute educating about 50% of girls from rural background, he wished this would turn out to be an inspirational institute in the near future. He has ended the interaction by answering to some of the students' queries.
Researches in the areas of Nuclear Physics, Solid state Physics, Instrumentation, Analog, digital and Hybrid computer based Simulations, Computer Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Digital systems, Computer Networks, Educational computing over a period of 42 years
Published more than 60 papers, 3 unpublished reports (at TNO, Delft) and two books Guided Doctoral work
Member of a number of National level Committees of DOE (Currently MIT), MHRD, and AICTE during 1985 and 1996
Adviser to Computer Maintenance Corporation around 90- 93
Advisor to a number of Universities and Engineering Colleges in India and abroad
Taught / conducted researches at a number of prestigious universities and laboratories in India and Abroad.
Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Systems, Digital Design, Embedded Systems, Machine Vision, Computer Based Instrumentation and Control, Automation, Computer and Sensor Networks, Computer Based Instructional Systems, Cognitive Sciences, Modelling and Simulation