Team – RV University

Sujan Ghosh

Posted on August 10, 2022 by Ankith kv

He has completed his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts (Painting) and Master’s degree in Fine Arts (Sculpture) from CAVA, Mysore. He has15+ years of teaching and industrial experience. Taught in University School of Design, Mysore, Vidyashilp Academy, Wodeyar College of Architecture, besides working as an Animator with Paprikaas Animation Studios (now Technicolor). He has also worked as a Storyboard artist with Nirvana Films and as an Illustrator for Media Fusion Private Limited. He has participated in curated group shows at notable art houses like TIFA studios, Pune and Clark house, Mumbai, and many other workshops. He is the recipient of the Javagal Trust scholarship.

Dr.Suraj Gogoi

Posted on August 8, 2022 by Ankith kv

Suraj is an anthropologically inclined sociologist working on citizenship, violence, state and nationalism in South Asia. His doctoral thesis titled ‘Assamese Ideology’ explores the working and thinking of the ruling class and caste in Assam. In his study, he found refusal to be a form of political strategy and behaviour emerging from the relationship between the majority and the minority. Using refusal as a political, he assembles certain formative and distinctive elements that can render Assamese Ideology visible to us.
Posted under: School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dr. Srinivasan Lakshminarayanan

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I am interested in exploring social constructivist learning environments and developing learning communities. In my recent past. I have been looking at system dynamics of economic sustainability, pass percentages, placements, and true learning of students. To feel and claim helplessness as an individual is a comfortable way out. But, I believe we can find improvements within what is in control of the teacher. Hence I believe in contributing to participatory action research, teacher action research, and design-based research as means to improve teachers, learning communities, and thereby education.
Posted under: School of Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Sahana D Gowda

Posted on August 3, 2022 by Ankith kv

My journey as a teacher in Engineering started in the year 1999 with an aim to enrich students with a strong foundation and skills in Computer Science and Engineering. A turning point in my professional career was in 2009, taking charge as a professor and then as Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at a reputed institution. I was successful in organizing an International Conference on Signal and Image Processing in 2014 in the capacity of Program Chair. Invited resource persons and participants round the globe and technical papers accepted were published in IEEE. A faculty development program sponsored by DST-VGST in 2011 was a successful event, where all faculty members nationwide were invited to participate in hands on session on deep architectures to pattern recognition and computer vision analysis. At the reputed institution, as Head of the Department from 2015, I was instrumental in building the department as a learning echo system with good, fascinating, and dedicated teachers. I had the responsibility in developing IT infrastructure for the institution working with vendors from technical evaluation to release of purchase orders on required equipment to all the departments in the institution. A well-organized student life cycle was in place through the college management system and learning management system. In addition to academics, students were supported to prototype the innovative ideas funded by DST-NEWGEN IEDC. As add-onto 2 academics, I was successful in connecting institutions to the outside world through MOU with Industries to set up a centre of excellence and foreign University to facilitate students with internships and projects.
Posted under: School of Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Nikita Singh

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Dr Nikita Singh received her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Engineering from Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow, India in 2015 and M.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from Banasthali University Rajasthan, India in 2018. She has completed her PhD degree in Computer Science and Engineering from National Institute of Technology Raipur, India. Her PhD research is on E-governance on Blockchain.
Posted under: School of Computer Science and Engineering

Chandramouleeswaran Sankaran

Posted on July 25, 2022 by Ankith kv

“Mouli has an industry experience of 28+ years in embedded systems, networking, and software areas, and the last six years in academics. He started his career at LRDE, DRDO, Bangalore, where he was responsible for the Radar Data Processor (RDP) for Rajendra Phased Array Radar, the heart of the Akash missile system. He has worked with semiconductor and product companies in various senior techno-managerial roles at Motorola, Lucent Microelectronics, Agere Systems, LSI, SHARP, and Honeywell. Mouli has worked on in-house RTOS development at Motorola. He was heading the Networking software division as Director of Engineering at Agere Systems and LSI Bangalore, with a team of 100+ engineers, working on various networking products based on ARM SoCs. He was heading the Automation Control Solutions team of 180+ engineers at Honeywell, Madurai, as Director of Engineering, Mouli has immense interest and six years of experience in teaching too. He has recorded 45 hours of a video course on “ARM based development”, which is available on NPTEL and National Digital Library of India (NDLI). While Mouli was working as an Adjunct Faculty at IIIT Bangalore in the year 2015, he was sent on deputation for four years to Myanmar Institute of Information Technology (MIIT), Mandalay, (an Indo-Myanmar Govt. project), where he designed and delivered 25+ theory and lab courses for BE (CSE & ECE). As an Adjunct Faculty at upGrad, he has recorded video lectures on Electrical and Electronics Circuits, modules on multicore performance metrics, and on Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN). He was also a visiting faculty at IIIT Lucknow, handling courses on Python and AI for IoT. Before joining RVU he was working at IIIT Bangalore as Adjunct Faculty for a year and handled, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers (ARM), RTOS, OS-Lab courses. Mouli holds three patents granted by the USPTO. He is a Six Sigma Green belt and also a Certified Scrum Master. “
Posted under: School of Computer Science and Engineering

T. Hongray

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Dr. T. Hongray has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from the University of Hyderabad and did his post-doctoral studies at IIIT-B. Prior to joining RV University, he was in Myanmar from 2017 as faculty at Myanmar Institute of Information Technology (MIIT), Mandalay, as part of the Indian team in mentoring and running the academic programs during the initial years of the Institute which was established under the aegis of the Indo-Myanmar Friendship Project. He is actively involved in research in the areas of complex systems, nonlinear oscillations in neuronal bursting signals, single bubble sonoluminescence (SBSL), bifurcation theories of dynamical systems and computational physics and has published research papers in these fields. He is also very passionate about and actively exploring the area of quantum computation both at a research level and as an accessible course for beginners who want to get into it at the undergraduate level. Besides that, he has an interest in the area of probabilistic robotics, swarm dynamics, and the theory of computer graphics. Having taught physics, robotics and computer graphics at an undergraduate level and having interacted with students closely, he strongly believes in a teaching approach that encourages healthy collaboration and constant discussions between students and teachers thereby effectively removing the boundary that exist between students and teachers in many traditional educational systems.
Posted under: School of Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Sanchi Rai

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Dr. Sanchi Rai graduated from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, where she was a university rank holder and also a recipient of the Geeta Chopra Memorial Award for being an outstanding student. She then completed her Masters, M.Phil. and PhD in International Politics from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, where she received top grades. She cleared the NET in International and Area Studies and was awarded a Junior Research Fellowship by the UGC in 2010. She submitted her PhD thesis on the origins of Indian foreign policy in the Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament, School of International Studies, JNU. She has been doing archival research for a decade throughout India and in United Kingdom and has been a recipient of research grants from Charles Wallace India Trust and the Indian Council of Social Science Research. In 2015 she was invited as a visiting scholar by the SOAS South Asia Institute, University of London. Owing to her considerable archival research experience Dr. Rai worked for nearly three years as a principal research assistant with New York University, Abu Dhabi on a research project named ‘Ideas of India’. Dr. Rai has presented her research papers on the origins of Indian foreign policy in reputed international academic conferences in Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong, UK and USA. She has published in peer-reviewed journals and has even contributed to IGNOU study material for the course ‘Perspectives on International Relations and World History’. She previously taught at FLAME University, Pune and Ambedkar University Delhi.
Posted under: School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dr.Kirti Saxena

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Dr. Kirti Saxena is an Assistant Professor at RV University
. Dr. Saxena completed her Ph.D. in Finance from the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow in 2022.
She also holds an MBA in Finance from the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow.
She has served as Business Finance Manager in Wipro for 3.5 years.

Posted under: School of Economics

Sudhakar Damodaraswamy

Posted on July 10, 2022 by Ankith kv

“I am a passionate designer who likes the big questions as well as the small after effects.

I enjoy the challenge of conversion from the idea to the tangible, affecting on its way both market and meaning.

I enjoy the fact the design contends with both the explicit as well as the implicit, celebrating in its outcome cultural codes of value and quality.

I like to stretch the notions of how overarching the role of design can be in its width and depth, especially at this crucial juncture where we ask, ‘do we progress to solve, or regress to survive?’.”

Posted under: School of Design and Innovation
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