Scientific Officer-C (1979-83)
Associate Professor (Dept. of Ele. & Comm. Engg.) (1985 -97)
Professor (Dept. of Computer Sc. &
of Computer Sc. & Engg.)(2001-2006)
At Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay
1. Designed Microprocessor-based Gaseous Fission Productions Monitoring system (GFPMS): The research reactor CIRUS at BARC consists 198 fuel-rods. If there is a split in the fuel rod, the fission products are carried over with the coolant heavy water, which causes contamination in the environment. The 11 fuel rods' coolant water is mixed with one header, making total 18 headers, and correspondingly there are 18 detectors for system. This was processed by this system, the output was sent to a display to indicate the precise position of failed fuel rod. The micro-processor-based system was installed in the control -room where as the fuel rod sensors were in the reactor. The fully implemented microprocessor-based system consisted of input signal conditioning, sample-and-hold, A to D convertor, the COU with memory and I/O, and output display.
Analysis of Reactor controlled system for stability
considerations on following computer environment:
PRIMOS on PRIME - 450 Machine, VMS on PDP-11
Machine, and BESM-6 main Frame.
3. Installation , testing and commissioning of Reactor control Instrumentation for newly built R-5 (i.e. dhruva) Reactor.
At J.N.V. University, Jodhpur
4. Integration of Existing facilities in Computer Lab., (grant received from MHRD, Govt. of India).
5. Investigation of Traffic Control and Routing Mechanism in Packet Switching Network Using BISDN. (Grant received from IACTE)
6. MODROB: Modernization of Computer Laboratory: Grant received from All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
7. INFONET Project: Connecting entire university,s departments and faculties, distributed in four campuses, with Internet using fiber-optics backbone. The project grant was received from UGC(University Grants Commission).
8. Upgrading of University Computer Centre & Hostel Networking:Under this project all the Engineering hostels were connected to Internet as well as the University Computer Centre, using fiber-optics backbone. Total 811 connections were provided in different rooms. In addition, servers were installed at computer centre at a large scale computing facility.