Indian Exchange Students from IIT Guwahati
18th June, 2010
About our college.
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, estd. 1994.
Situated in the state of Assam in NE-India.
One of 17 IITs in India
Has 13 departments dedicated to science,engineering,design
We belong from..
Ankit Bhatnagar Shamik Ray
Design Estd. 1998
Has bachelors,masters and PhD levels of study
Industrial design, Communication Design, HCI/Usability Engg.
Interdisciplinary Course structure.
Strong focus on a hands-on approach through workshops,
projects, internships etc.
The rst in India to initiate HCI/Usability education.
CSE Estd. 1995
Has B.Tech, M.Tech and PhD courses.
Department has Hardware and Network and related laboratories.
Besides theoretical research, good ties with national and international
CSEA(Computer Science and engineering Students' Association)
organises workshops,seminars etc.
Ankit Bhatnagar Bhopal
Databases, Operating Systems, Distributed Systems
GpENI - "Connecting local Test bed to global future internet test
bed" under Prof. Andreas Kassler
My main work has been the installation of GpENI node cluster at
KAU. After completing the installation, I will be working on integra-
tion of KAUMESH with GpENI for experimentation.
Durga Prasad Chittur
Networks, Algorithms,Game Development etc.
Movies, Spirituality, Novels
"Impact of Replications techniques for peer to peer in Wireless
We are trying to model a Wireless Mesh Networks and see the
impact of replication for different scenarios of routing channel as-
signment peer selection etc..
Vinay Kumar Jhansi
HCI and Usability Engineering
“Wizard Interface for Ozlab 2.0”
Currently working to optimize the interface to facilitate user testing
and make the Test Leader’s task less stressful.
Shamik Ray Asansol
Industrial Design,Interaction Design, Design Thinking
Music, Entrepreneurship, Cuisine
“GUI designs for DataTrack”-Prof. John Soren Pettersson
It involves analysing and improving the present DataTrack(a part of
PrimeLife) interface following a very user-centred, iterative design
approach using the Ozlab System.