Indushree Banerjee

Indushree Banerjee
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Multi Actor Systems

MSc Networks & Distributed Sys

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Introduction
My research is focused on designing mobile ad-hoc communication networks to facilitate participation in citizen-based communication networks for sudden-onset disasters. I specialize in self-* properties and algorithms for autonomous systems, and agent-based modeling of socio-technical complex systems. I am passionate about introducing smart technical interventions to empower citizens and facilitate disaster management.
Additional affiliations
September 2011 - November 2012
University of St Andrews
Position
  • Master's Student

Publications

Publications (13)
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Participatory resilience of disaster-struck communities requires reliable communication for self-organized rescue, as conventional communication infrastructure is damaged. Disasters often lead to blackouts preventing citizens from charging their phones, leading to disparity in battery charges and a digital divide in communication opportunities. We...
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Abstract When physical communication network infrastructures fail, infrastructure-less communication networks such as mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET), can provide an alternative. This, however, requires MANETs to be adaptable to dynamic contexts characterized by the changing density and mobility of devices and availability of energy sources. To addr...
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When physical communication network infrastructures fail, infrastructure-less communication networks such as mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET), can provide an alternative. This, however, requires MANETs to be adaptable to dynamic contexts characterized by the changing density and mobility of devices and availability of energy sources. To address this...
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Communication is crucial when disasters isolate communities of people and rescue is delayed. Such delays force citizens to be first responders and form small rescue teams. Rescue teams require reliable communication, particularly in the first 72 hours, which is challenging due to damaged infrastructure and electrical blackouts. We design a peer-to-...
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Communication is crucial when disasters isolate communities of people and traditional rescue is delayed. Such delays force citizens to be first responders and form small rescue teams. Rescue teams require reliable communication, particularly in the first 72 hours, which is challenging due to damaged infrastructure and electrical blackouts. We desig...
Preprint
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When physical communication network infrastructures fail, infrastructure-less communication networks such as mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET), can provide an alternative. This, however, requires MANETs to be adaptable to dynamic contexts characterized by the changing density and mobility of devices and availability of energy sources. To address this...
Preprint
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When physical communication network infrastructures fail, infrastructure-less communication networks such as mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET), can provide an alternative. This, however, requires MANETs to be adaptable to dynamic contexts characterized by the changing density and mobility of devices and availability of energy sources. To address this...
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Gathering personal information of individuals’, in return to provide different personalized services, continues to grow. The adaptability and flexibility of cloud that allows mobility of data access and multiple ownerships provide a favorable platform for users and service providers to adapt Cloud services for storing and accessing personal data. H...
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With increased dependence on grids and the cloud, resilience and survivability become prerequisites of backbone network infrastructure. Due to the unprecedented migration of data centers to both public and private cloud services; the need of an environment that provides agility combined with security and scalability becomes mandatory. The changing...
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Educating users for effective disaster management skills can be a challenge that requires different levels of training support. While the training requirements can be different with respect to the contexts of managing different disaster types there can be generic training requirements that should be incorporated into all types of disaster managemen...
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This paper presents a case study demonstrating successful involvement of a shared online 3D virtual world as an educational aid, for teaching Networks and communication, to both first year and final year students in an engineering college in India. While virtual worlds have been incorporated into regular form of studies in many universities world-w...
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3D virtual worlds have been widely used in educational activities ranging from schools to universities and higher educational institutions. The dynamic nature of the 3D virtual worlds play a significant role in designing and implementing attractive educational content for serious learning tasks as part of the formal educational setups. In world pro...

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My research interests are catered around facilitating network resilience for the sustainable development of society. The interconnected nature of strongly coupled networked systems, such as the Internet, has created a co-dependence which is bound to have devastating consequences if parts of it are compromised. The main research challenges are providing scalability, reliability and security to the changing network dynamics. My doctoral studies are an attempt to investigate these current challenges of complex distributed infrastructures. Determine and develop models to enhance network resilience and fault tolerance for a scalable and secure future network infrastructure and services. I am interested to analyze and evaluate the complicated interplay between technology, market trends and user requirements for developing sustainable solutions.