Assoc. Prof. Sahil Verma, Chandigarh University, Mohali, India
VANET, Wireless Communications, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Security, Medical Diagnostic System
Sahil Verma (Member, IEEE) He is currently working as an Associate Professor at Chandigarh University, Mohali, India. He received his B.Tech and M.Tech degree from MMU, India, in 2012. And his Ph.D. from JNU, Jaipur, India, in 2017, in computer science and engineering. He has many research contributions in the area of Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, and Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks, WSN, MANET. Some of his research findings are published with top-cited publishers as IEEE, Wiley, Springer, ACM, Elsevier, MDPI etc. and various international conferences of repute. Has published papers in reputed top-cited journals like IEEE Transaction in Industrial Informatics, IEEE Internet of Things Journals, Transaction on Internet Technology, IEEE Access etc. He is reviewer of top-cited journals like IEEE Transaction on Intelligent Transport Systems, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, IEEE Access, Neural Computing and Applications Springer, Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences Springer, Mobile Networks and Applications Springer, Journal of Information Security and Applications Elsevier, Mobile Information Systems Hindawi, International Journal of Communication Systems Wiley, Security and Communication Networks Hindawi etc. He is a professional member of IEEE, ACM, IAENG. He has Chaired many sessions in international conferences and he is also a member of editorial board in many journals, member of TPC, organizing committee member in various international conferences. He has also participated as an author in various international conferences. He is involved in many research and development activities. He has visited two international universities as VSB, Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic (Europe) and University of Milan, Milan, Italy (Europe) for research collaborations. He has guided 14 P.G students and 3 Ph.D students and 06 are ongoing.