September 20, 2021


Privacy and Security in large public service applications

Governments around the world – and  India in particular – are trying to build large data registries for effective delivery of a variety of public services. However, these efforts are often undermined due to serious concerns over privacy risks associated with collection and processing of personally identifiable information. While a rich set of special- purpose...
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Electronic voting

India’s parliamentary election is the largest in the world, with 543 constituencies and well over 1 million voters per constituency on the average, and voting is conducted electronically since 2004. However, there is considerable doubt about the integrity of both the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) used by the Election Commission of India (ECI) and the...
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Computational radiology

In collaboration with the radiology group at AIIMS, New Delhi, we investigate improved detection of breast cancer from mammograms in situations where the presentation is obscure and difficult. We also investigate using other auxiliary information to improve the accuracy of detection. In a one-off problem, we also addressed detection of Covid from chest X-Ray in...
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Neurosurgery simulation

We have an ongoing collaboration with AIIMS where we study and build simulators for neuroendoscopy skills training. A Review of Physical Simulators for Neuroendoscopy Skills Training. Britty Baby, Ramandeep Singh, Rajdeep Singh, Ashish Suri, Chetan Arora, Subodh Kumar, Prem Kumar Kalra, Subhashis Banerjee.  World Neurosurgery, 137:398-407, May 2020. A review of virtual reality simulators for...
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