Welcome Prof.Sanjeev Wagh,Government College of Engineering, Karad India to be the Committee member!

日期:2018-11-29 点击量:  327次



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Prof.Sanjeev Wagh

 Prof.Sanjeev Wagh Government College of Engineering, Karad India


Research Area:Nature inspired computing, Internet of Things, Data Analytics


Research experience:

Prof. Sanjeev Wagh, working as Professor and Head in Department of Information Technology at Govt. College of Engineering, Karad. He has completed his BE(1996), ME(2000) & PhD(2008) in Computer Science & Engineering from Govt. College of Engineering, Pune & Nanded. He was full time Post Doctorate fellow at Center for TeleInfrastructure, Aalborg University, Denmark during 2013-14. He has also completed MBA in IT from NIBM (2015), Chennai. He has total 22 years of experience in research & teaching. His research interest areas are Natural Science Computing, Internet technologies & Wireless Sensor networks, Data Sciences & Analytics. He has 74 research papers to his credit, published in International /National Journals & conferences. 2 research scholar completed PhD under his supervision from Pune University. Currently 5 research scholars are pursuing PhD under his supervision in various Indian Universities. He is fellow member of ISTE, IETE, and member of IEEE, ACM & CSI. He is co-editor for 4 International Journals in Engineering & Technology. He has visited to Denmark (Aalborg University, Aalborg & Copenhagen) Sweden (Gothenburg University, Gothenburg), Germany (Hamburg University, Hamburg), Norway (University of Oslo), France (University of London Institute in Paris), China (Shanghai Technology Innovation Center Shanghai, delegation visit), Thailand (Kasetsart University, Bangkok), Mauritius (University of Technology, Port Louis) for academic & research purpose and United Kingdom (London), Italy (Rome, Tuscany, Venice and Vatican City), Belgium (Brussels), Austria (Innsbruck, Swarovski, Egerkingen ), Switzerland Lausanne, Zurich, Leysin, Arezzo), Liechtenstein (Vaduz) for other purpose.



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