RESEARCH INTERESTS

Cloud Computing, Education Management, e-learning, Software Engineering, Software Testing, Web Application


Ph.D. SUPERVISION

Completed

  1. Mutum Zico Meetei. (Oct. 2011).Testing of Aspect-Oriented Software. Jamia Millia Islamia. (Jointly with Prof. S.K. Wasan)

  2. Karan Gupta. (Feb. 2014). Framework for Web 2.0 Elements in Web Application. University of Delhi

  3. Ruchika. (July 2016). Framework for Web Services in Education Management. University of Delhi

  4. Pragya Jain. (Sep. 2017). Framework for Infrastructure Monitoring of Object Storage in Cloud. University of Delhi. (Jointly with Prof. S.C. Gupta)

  5. Aparna Datt. (Sep. 2017). Framework for Monitoring of Cloud Compute Infrastructure. University of Delhi. (Jointly with Prof. S.C. Gupta)

Currently Pursuing

  1. Jyoti Chauhan. Cloud Computing. Registered in Jan. 2014.

  2. Deepali Bajaj. Cloud Computing. Registered in March 2016. (Jointly with Prof. S.C. Gupta)

  3. Urmil Bharti. Cloud Computing. Registered in August 2016. (Jointly with Prof. S.C. Gupta)


M.Phil. SUPERVISION

  1. Rupali Ahuja. (Jan. 2008). Testing in Aspect-Oriented Software.Madurai Kamaraj University.

  2. Neeraj Saxena. (Jan. 2008). Monitoring of Distributed Software.Madurai Kamaraj University.

  3. Urmil Bharti. (Jan. 2008). Control Methods for Controllability in Object-Oriented Software. Madurai Kamaraj University.


RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Automated Solar Power Car Blower to Maintain Cabin Temperature in Parked Car. (May 2015-May 2016). Completed

    • Innovation Project by Delhi University Innovation Council.
    • Interdisciplinary Computer Science, Physics and Geography
    • Grant - Rs. 5 lacs.
  2. Development of Mobile App for Students and Behaviour Analysis. (May 2013-May 2014). Completed

    • Innovation Project by Delhi University Innovation Council.
    • Interdisciplinary Computer Science, Mathematics and Administration
    • Grant - Rs. 5 lacs.
  3. Development of Zoology e-museum for courses of University of Delhi. (May 2012 to May 2013). Completed

    • Innovation Project by Delhi University Innovation Council.
    • Interdisciplinary Computer Science and Zoology
    • Grant - Rs. 10 lacs.


M.Tech. PROJECTS (as External Guide)

  1. J. Jayakumar. (Dec. 2011). Featherweight Virtual Machines and Its Applications., Minor Project, M.Tech (Comp. Sc.)

  2. Ankit, Kaustubh, Nikhil, Nishank. (May 2009). Test Log Creator and Visualizer for Java. Major Project. B.Tech (Comp. Sc.)

  3. Madhusudhan Pitta. (May 2004).Automated Unit Testing Tool for Object-Oriented Software. M. Tech (Comp Sc). CDAC Noida.GGSIP University, Delhi.


DOCTORAL RESEARCH

Thesis title - Testability Measures for Object-oriented Software Testing

Supervisors - Prof. S.K. Wasan (Dept. of Mathematics, Jamia Millia Islamia) and Dr. S.C. Gupta, Deputy Director, NIC, Delhi

Testable software is one that can be tested easily and systematically. Testable software need to possess two characteristics i.e. observability and controllability. Incorporation of testability measures i.e. observability measures and controllability measures in the software results in creation of testable software. Observability measures are provisions made in the software, which enable the tester to observe the internal behavior of the software to the required degree of detail. Controllability measures are provisions in the software, which facilitate creation of difficult-to-create states for the execution of state specific tests. In this thesis, we have developed testability measures i.e. observability measures and controllability measures, to be incorporated in object-oriented software. Incorporation of testability measures in software is a well-planned activity. Testability measures required during the testing of software is planned during the design phase and implemented during the coding phase of software development.

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