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IRISS 2019: 13th Inter-Research-Institute Student Seminar in Computer Science, February 06th-07th, 2019.
(Venue: Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kochi, Kerala, India)

In continuation with IRISS conferences held earlier (2002: IISc, 2003: IIT Delhi, 2004: IIT Bombay, 2005: IIT Kanpur, 2006: IIT Madras, 2007: IIIT Hyderabad, 2009: IIT Guwahati, 2014: IIT Delhi, 2015: BITS Goa, 2016: Trivandrum, 2017: Kolkata, 2018: Nagpur) ACM India announces IRISS 2019 that will be held on February 06 and 07, 2019 at Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kochi, Kerala, India.

IRISS invites CS- research scholars in India to showcase their recent work, either published in 2018 or accepted in 2018 for publication (proof of acceptance will be required), to a conclave of researchers and potential employers. Seeing the success of IRISS in previous years, it has been extended to two days with a broader and richer coverage of contemporary research issues.

The event hosts oral as well as poster presentations.The submissions will go through a program committee and selected papers will be invited for oral/poster presentation. Partial funding will be provided to the selected submissions.

Events are also planned where early career researchers, covering the spectrum of academia, industry and entrepreneurship, will talk about their career choices and research agendas. There will be talks by researchers working at various research labs, throwing a plethora of open problems in various research areas. There will also be a panel discussion on 'Managing a Research Career'.

As the event is co-located with the ACM India Annual Event 2019 that will be held on February 8, 2019, where-in Turing Award winners are invited to deliver talks on their work, participants of IRISS get a unique opportunity to listen to them and interact with them.

Important Dates:


Last Date for Submission:
October 15th, 2018      Deadline Extended: November 15, 2018
Author Notification: November 15th, 2018      Notification Date Extended: November 30, 2018
Format of Paper: Title, Authors, 2-Page Abstract, Venue (Name of conference/Journal)

Email ID: acm.iriss2019@gmail.com
Form: IRISS 2019 (You are also required to fill the form.)
Easychair: Click here for submission.

Tentative Program for IRISS 2019- February 6th - 7th , 2019
DAY-1 (February 6th 2019, Wednesday)
09:30 AM - 09:45 AM Opening Remarks: Prof. Jayant R. Haritsa and Dr. Hemant Pande
09:45 AM - 11:00 AM Early Career Researcher Keynote: Dr. Sayan Ranu (IIT Delhi)
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Tea Break
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Paper Presentations by Ph.D. Scholars (Session A)
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM Lunch + Posters
01:30 PM - 03:30 PM Early Career Researcher Presentations
Dr. Neeldhara Misra (IIT Gandhinagar)
Dr. Piyush Rai (IIT Kanpur)
Dr. Rohith Vallam (IBM IRL)
Dr. Nithin Shivashankar (Mimyk)
03:30 PM - 04:00 PM Tea Break
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM Paper Presentations by PhD Scholars (Session B)
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM Institutional Awareness Presentations
(Academia and Industry)
DAY-2 (February 7th 2019, Thursday)
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM IRISS Keynote: Prof. Vinod Prabhakaran (TIFR Mumbai)
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Tea Break
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Presentation by Doctoral Dissertation Award Recipients
Dr. Keerti Choudhary, IIT Kanpur
"Compact and Efficient Fault Tolerant Structures for Directed Graphs"
Dr. Deepesh Data, TIFR
"Communication Complexity and Characterization Results in Secure Computation"
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Paper Presentations by Ph.D. Scholars (Session C)
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM Lunch + Posters
01:30 PM - 02:30 PM Paper Presentations by Ph.D. Scholars (Session D)
02:30 PM - 04:00 PM Managing a Research Career (Panel)
Moderator: Prof. R. Ramanujam (IMSc)
Prof Hema Murthy, CSE, IIT-Madras
Dr Shourya Roy, American Express
Dr Lipika Dey, TCS
04:00 PM - 09:00 PM Cultural Event and Dinner


Schedule of Presentations
Session S.No. Name Institute Topic
A 1. Abhijit Das IIT Guwahati Critical Packet Prioritisation by Slack-Aware Re-routing in On-Chip Networks
2. Raghavendra G S Dept. of Computer Science and Automation, Indian Institute of Science Edit Distance between Merge Trees
3. Ashwin Jacob The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai Structural Parameterizations of Dominating Set Variants
4. Krishnamoorthy Dinesh IIT Madras New Bounds for Energy Complexity of Boolean Functions
B 1. Sapna Grover University of Delhi Constant factor Approximation Algorithm for Uniform Hard Capacitated Knapsack Median Problem
2. Sriram Bhyravarapu IIT Hyderabad On the Tractability of (k,i)-Coloring
3. Arpita Biswas Indian Institute of Science Fair Division Under Cardinality Constraints
4. Niranka Banerjee Institute of Mathematical Sciences Minimum Transactions Problem
C 1. Anupam Sanghi Indian Institute of Science, Banglore Scalable and Dynamic Regeneration of Big Data Volumes
2. Chitaranjan Mahapatra IIT Bombay A biophysically constrained computational model of the action potential of mouse urinary bladder smooth muscle
3. Tirthankar Ghosal IIT Patna Novelty Goes Deep. A Deep Neural Solution To Document-Level Novelty Detection
4. Gutha Jaya Krishna UoHyd - IDRBT Evolutionary computing applied to customer relationship management: A survey
D 1. Ashish Panwar Indian Institute of Science Making Huge Pages Actually Useful
2. Varsha P Suresh International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) Safety Validation Using AADL System Architecture Models
3. Pankaj Kumar Kalita IIT Guwahati Automatic Detection of Inverse Operations while Avoiding Loop Unrolling
4. Srinivas Karthik V. Indian Institute of Science A Concave Path to Low-overhead Robust Query Processing

Steering Committee:

Hemant Pande (Executive Director, ACM India)
Jayant R. Haritsa (IISc. Bangalore, Chair)
Meenakshi D'Souza (IIIT, Bangalore)
Neelima Gupta (DU)
Shekhar Sahasrabudhe (COO, ACM India)
Venkatesh Raman (IMSc, Chennai)

TPC Members:

Anirban Mondal (Ashoka University)
Dileep A D (IIT Mandi)
K.Poulose Jacob (Cochin University of Sc. & Tech.)
Krithika Ramaswamy (IIT Palakkad)
Madhavan Mukund (CMI, Chennai)
Manisha Bansal (DU)
Naveen Garg (IIT Delhi)
Neelima Gupta (DU, Chair) (ngupta@cs.du.ac.in)
Parag Chaudhuri (IIT Bombay)
Smruti Ranjan Sarangi (IIT Delhi)
Umesh Deshpande(VNIT, Nagpur)
Venkata Ramana Badarla (IIT Jodhpur)

Registration:

Early bird Registration fees for IRISS 2019 is INR 1500/- + GST INR 270/-. Total - INR 1770/-. (Till January 20, 2019). After January 20, registration fees are INR 1800/- + GST INR 324/- Total 2124/-. ACM India is also glad to provide free registration to all scholars for the ACM India Annual Event which is scheduled on February 8, 2019 (Details on https://cochin.acm.org/acmindia2019/index.php). Please register on the below link: https://www.eventavenue.com/attReglogin.do?eventId=EVT7594

Travel and Accomodation for IRISS Presenters:

IRISS participants are requested to arrange their own travel for attending IRISS 2019 at RSET, Kochi. Accommodation arrangement for the IRISS participants are made in the Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology Hostels inside campus, Cochin from 5th evening till 9th morning. The same may be extended for another day, on request. ACM India will provide travel reimbursement of maximum INR 4,000 against actual tickets/vouchers/invoices. ACM India will also reimburse additional INR 1500/- paid towards registration fees for those registered and attend the event. The financial support is provided only for the presenters not supported by their parent institute. No support is provided for the people who are only participating.

Following is the List of Candidates Shortlisted for Oral Presentation:
S.No. Name Institute Title
1. Abhijit Das IIT Guwahati Critical Packet Prioritisation by Slack-Aware Re-routing in On-Chip Networks
2. Anupam Sanghi Indian Institute of Science, Banglore Scalable and Dynamic Regeneration of Big Data Volumes
3. Arpita Biswas Indian Institute of Science Fair Division Under Cardinality Constraints / Groupwise Maximin Fair Allocation of Indivisible Goods
4. Ashish Panwar Indian Institute of Science Making Huge Pages Actually Useful
5. Ashwin Jacob The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai Structural Parameterizations of Dominating Set Variants
6. Chitaranjan Mahapatra IIT Bombay A biophysically constrained computational model of the action potential of mouse urinary bladder smooth muscle
7. Gutha Jaya Krishna UoHyd - IDRBT Evolutionary computing applied to customer relationship management: A survey
8. Krishnamoorthy Dinesh IIT Madras New Bounds for Energy Complexity of Boolean Functions
9. Niranka Banerjee Institute of Mathematical Sciences Minimum Transactions Problem
10. Pankaj Kumar Kalita IIT Guwahati Automatic Detection of Inverse Operations while Avoiding Loop Unrolling
11. Raghavendra G S Dept of Computer Science and Automation, Indian Institute of Science Edit Distance between Merge Trees
12. Sapna Grover University of Delhi Constant factor Approximation Algorithm for Uniform Hard Capacitated Knapsack Median Problem
13. Srinivas Karthik V. Indian Institute of Science A Concave Path to Low-overhead Robust Query Processing
14. Sriram Bhyravarapu IIT Hyderabad On the Tractability of (k,i)-Coloring
15. Tirthankar Ghosal IIT Patna Novelty Goes Deep. A Deep Neural Solution To Document-Level Novelty Detection
16. Varsha P Suresh International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) Safety Validation Using AADL System Architecture Models

Following is the List of Candidates for Poster Presentation:
S.No. Name Institute Title
1. Ajees A P Cochin University of Science and Technology A Relation Extraction System for Indian Languages
2. Ajees A P Cochin University of Science and Technology A Named Entity Recognition System for Indian Languages
3. Ajith S IISc Bangalore Fast Actively Secure OT Extension for Short Secrets
4 Akrati Saxena IIT Ropar, India Estimating Degree Rank in Complex Networks
5. Anns Sebastian Mahatma Gandhi University Kottayam Keyword Extraction Using Centroid Graph And With A Study Of Textrank And Hits Algorithm
6. Archit Somani Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India Efficient means of Achieving Composability using Object based Semantics in Transactional Memory Systems
7. Arpita Biswas Indian Institute of Science Fair Division Under Cardinality Constraints / Groupwise Maximin Fair Allocation of Indivisible Goods
8. B Senthil Kumar Department of CSE, SSN College of Engineering, Kalavakkam-603110 Application of Sequence to Sequence (Seq2Seq) Architecture in Language Processing Tasks
9. Bhargavi B School of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Hyderabad Bounded Paths for LCR Queries in Labeled Weighted Directed Graphs
10. Ditty Mathew IIT Madras Towards Compiling Textbooks from Wikipedia
11. Dr. Shivani Goel SEAS, Bennett University, Greater Noida Using Artificial Intelligence for Improving Personalized Learning
12. Eeti NIT Delhi, India TTPROF: A Weighted Threshold Model for Studying Opinion Dynamics in Directed Temporal Network
13. Gajendra Deshpande KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi Modeling and Mitigation of XPath Injection Attacks for Web Services Using Modular Neural Networks
14. Greeshma M S and Bindu V R School of Computer Sciences Mahatma Gandhi University Kottyam Evaluation of Fuzzy Deep Convolutional Super Resolution using No-Reference SREM Quality Metric
15. Gutha Jaya Krishna IDRBT - UoHyd Key generation for plain text in stream cipher via bi-objective evolutionary computing
16. Heena wadhwa LPU Fog computing with the integration of Internet of things: Architecture, Applications and Future Directions
17. Jagadeesh M S NIT, Tiruchchirapalli A Novel approach to detect Offline social Communities based on Unique Identification Number
18. Jaisooraj J National Institute of Technology Calicut Resource Management in Internet of Things: A Routing Perspective
19. Jignesh Patel Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology A Novel Approach For Abundance Estimation Using Discontinuity Preserving Prior
20. Kanchan Lata Kashyap VIT University Bhopal, Bhopal (MP) Mesh-free based variational level set evolution for breast region segmentation and abnormality detection using mammograms
21. Kanchan Lata Kashyap VIT University Bhopal Globally supported radial basis function based collocation method for evolution of level set in mass segmentation using mammograms
22. M. Sreenivasulu National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli Re-Ranking Feature Selection Algorithm for Detecting the Availability and Requirement of Resources during Disaster
23. Mandeep Kaur Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, Punjab Fog computing and its role in development of Smart applications
24. Muktikanta Sa Dept. of CSE, IIT Hyderabad. A Simple and Practical Concurrent Non­-blocking Unbounded Graph with Reachability Queries
25. Niharika Agrawal IIIT Delhi Reconfigurable Filtered OFDM Waveform for Next Generation Air-to-Ground Communications
26. Nileshchandra K Pikle Walchand College of Engineering Sangli High performance iterative elemental product strategy in assembly-free FEM on GPU with improved occupancy
27. Nilotpal Chakraborty IIT Patna Intelligent Scheduling of Thermostatic Devices for Efficient Energy Management in Smart Grid
28. Nishant Nikam JRF, ISI Kolkata An Efficient Secure Distributed Cloud Storage for Append-only Data
29. P Natesan, R R Rajalaxmi, G Gowrison and P Balasubramanie Kongu Engineering College Hadoop Based Parallel Binary Bat Algorithm for Network Intrusion Detection
30. Pragyan Mohapatra International Institute of Information and Technology Aerial Drones with Direction Sensitive DeepEars
31. Pritam Bhattacharya Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Constant Approximation Algorithms for Guarding Simple Polygons using Edge and Perimeter Guards
32. Radhakrishna Bhat Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, Karnataka, India A Novel Tamper Evident Single Database Information-Theoretic Private Information Retrieval for User Privacy Applications
33. Rahul Kulkarni Visvesvaraya Technological University An Android application for College Inventory Control Management System using barcode
34. Ramanuj Chouksey IIT Guwahati Translation Validation of Code Motion Transformations Involving Loops
35. Ravindra V Joshi NICHE-Noor Ul Centre of Higher Education Optimization of Probability of Intercept using XCS algorithm
36. Rohit Kumar NIT Delhi Trekking Based Distributed Algorithm for Opportunistic Spectrum Access in Infrastructure-less Network
37. Saiyedul Islam Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, Pilani Campus Pattern-based Automatic Parallelization of Representative-based Clustering Algorithms
38. Sasha Garg IIIT Delhi Spectral Coexistence of Candidate Waveforms and DME in Air-to-Ground Communications: Analysis via Hardware Software Co-Design on Zynq SoC
39. Sathya Madhusudhanan SSN College of Engineering Incremental Learning for Classification of Unstructured Data Using Extreme Learning Machine
40. Sheik Abdullah A Thiagarajar College of Engineering Decision Support System for Type II diabetes and its risk factor prediction using Bee based harmony search and Decision tree Algorithm
41. Shlok Gilda Department of Computer Engineering, Pune Institute of Computer Technology Unbalanced Credit Card Fraud Detection
42. Shubhani Aggarwal Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology EnergyChain: Enabling Energy Trading for Smart Homes using Blockchains in Smart Grid Ecosystem
43. Snehal Bankatrao Shinde Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India The Complex Biological Immune System through the Eyes of Dual Phase Evolution
44. Snigdha Athaiya Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru Testing and Analysis of Web Applications Using Page Models
45. Sreela S R Cochin University of Science and Technology AIDGenS: An Automatic Image Description System using Residual Neural Network
46. Subhra Mazumdar Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata A Blockchain Framework for Insurance Processes
47. Subhrajyoti Sen Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology Comparative Study and Implementation of Supervised and Unsupervised models for recognizing Kannada Handwritten Documents
48. Sumukh Bansal DA-IICT Gandhinagar Lie Bodies Based 3D Shape Morphing and Interpolation
49. Sweta Kumari IIT Hyderabad, INDIA An Innovative Approach to Achieve Compositionality Efficiently using Multi-Version Object Based Transactional Systems
50. Thyagarajan Radhakrishnan Indian Institute of Technology Bombay A Novel Bayesian Graphical Model And Perfect Monte Carlo EM Algorithm For Automated Colocalization Estimation in Multichannel Fluorescence Microscopy
51. Urmil Shah Pune Institute of Computer Technology A Hybrid Approach of ANN with PSO for Classification Problems
52. Venkata Sriharsha Kuncham National Institute of Technology, Trichy A Single Tier Homogeneous Visual Sensor Network For Real Time Face Recognition