Udayini Chandana has 12+ years of teaching and research experience both at the undergraduate and post graduate levels and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. (doctoral) from Lincoln University College, Malaysia in the area of Digital Image Processing. She had graduated from the University of Houston, Texas, USA, with Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. Her research interests span the domains of Digital Image and Signal Processing, Internet of Things and Machine Learning. The primary thrust of her research is on bridging the gap between theoretically optimal and practically useful methods, for applications including medical imaging and bioinformatics. She is interested in developing techniques that can adaptively exploit the structure inherent in data from complex and large-scale systems for statistically and computationally efficient inference.
She is UGC-NET qualified and has guided 9 M.E. (Domain: Digital Image Processing, IoT, Embedded Systems, Networks, VLSI) and 27 B.E. (Domain: Digital Image Processing, Embedded Systems, Networks, Analog Communication, IoT) students for thesis and projects respectively.
She has acted as the Session Chair in one National Conference, a judge for Innovative Projects and has been the Coordinator for several Workshops. She is NPTEL certified (4 courses) and is an active Coordinator for the Skill Development Center, ECE, at Stanley College of Engineering and Technology for Women.
She is a member to the Professional Societies of International Association of Engineers (IAENG), The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE). She has published articles in more than 12 journals (both National and International) and has presented her work in 2 International Conferences and 2 National Conferences.
Prior to her experience in academics, she had exposure in the software industry as a Systems Analyst and Programmer in OOPs and VC++ (Microsoft Certified) with Oracle and SQL Server (Microsoft Certified) databases in the Windows environment. Her project experience includes the design and development of the Local Number Portability System, Travel Reservation System, Management System for the Allotment of State Funds for Research Work in Public Interest.