Anuradha Laishram | Computer vision | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Anuradha Laishram | Computer vision | Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at National Institute of Technology Manipur, India

Dr. Anuradha Laishram is an accomplished Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the National Institute of Technology Manipur. With a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the same institution, her research has significantly contributed to the fields of medical image processing and deep learning. She holds a Master’s degree from UVCE, Bangalore University, and a Bachelor’s degree from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. Dr. Laishram is known for her expertise in machine learning and her active involvement in impactful research projects, including mHealth solutions and AI translation software. Her dedication to teaching and research makes her a prominent figure in the academic community.

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πŸŽ“ Education

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering
    • University: National Institute of Technology Manipur
    • Year of Award: 2022
    • Thesis Title: Automatic Classification of Kidney Diseases and Oral Types and Anomalies using Ultrasound Images and Orthopantomogram Radiography Images based on Hybrid Neural Networks and Deep Learning
  • Master of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering
    • University: UVCE, Bangalore University
    • Year of Passing: 2011
    • Percentage: 79.8%
    • Project: Minimizing Delay and Maximizing Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Network
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering
    • University: Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum
    • Year of Passing: 2008
    • Percentage: 64.5%
  • Other Educational Achievement:
    • Qualified GATE Exam 2008 with an All India Rank of 474 and 97.29 percentile.

Professional Experience

Dr. Anuradha Laishram has extensive experience in academia, currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Technology Manipur in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering since 2014. Prior to this, she gained six months of teaching experience as a lecturer at Alpha College of Engineering, Bangalore in 2011. Her teaching repertoire includes both undergraduate and postgraduate courses such as Computer Programming in C, Data Structures and Algorithm, Computer Organization and Architecture, and Data Communication and Computer Networks. She is proficient in programming languages including C, C++, and Python.

πŸ”¬ Research

Dr. Laishram’s research interests lie in the fields of machine learning, deep learning, medical image processing, and wireless sensor networks. Her doctoral research focused on the automatic classification of kidney diseases and oral anomalies using advanced neural network techniques and deep learning models. She has also contributed to various sponsored research projects, including the development of mHealth solutions for remote tribal areas and AI translation software.

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Ehsan Pashanejad | spatial analysis | Young Scientist Award

Β Mr. Ehsan Pashanejad | spatial analysis | Young Scientist Award

Β Mr. The University of British Columbia Okanagan, Canada

πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ As part of the NSERCResNet strategic network, I am immersed in modeling the intricate interactions among multiple ecosystem services across the Canadian Prairies for my PhD program. My MSc research delved into various aspects of ecosystem change impacts, vulnerability, community resilience, and the interactions between human and natural systems. I’ve conducted hydrological ecosystem service mapping for local climate change adaptation and mitigation planning in the Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, as part of the UBC sustainability scholar program. Proficient in mapping and modeling ecosystem services, environmental complexities, and geospatial analysis, I’ve contributed to strategic spatial planning and decision-making processes on both small and large scales in Iran and Canada. Moreover, I’ve collaborated with federal government agencies like Parks Canada, where I conducted climate change vulnerability assessments for species at risk in Wood Buffalo National Park.

 

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Education πŸ“šπŸŽ“

PhD in Earth and Environmental Sciences University of British Columbia, Okanagan (UBCO), CanadaPh.D. Project: Modeling the interactions of Ecosystem Services Supply Using a Spatial System Framework across the Canadian PrairieThesis Supervisor: Prof. Lael Parrott. M.Sc. in Geography and Spatial PlanningTarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran Thesis Title: Impact Assessment of Urmia Lake Ecosystem Changes on Spatial Organization in the Eastern Region Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Mojtaba Rafieian. Bachelor of Art (B.A.) in Geography and Urban PlanningUniversity of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran Graduation Project: Sustainable Urban Development in Azarshahr County Supervisor: Prof. Mohammadreza Pourmohammadi

Awards, Honours, Grants πŸ†πŸ’°

2023: Young Scientist Summer Program Participant at the International Institute for Advanced System Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria2020: Graduate Deans Entrance Scholarship from the University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus, Canada2020: Graduate Research Assistantship funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERCResNet)2018: Travel Grant to Potsdam Summer School, Germany2017: Top Book Award in Tenth Harakat National Festival, Tehran, Iran2015-2016: Winner of 5 awards from the Iranian Elite Foundation, Iran

Research Experience πŸ“πŸ”

September 2020 – 2023 (current):Expected completion year: 2024Position: Graduate Research Assistant, University of British Columbia (UBC), Okanagan Campus Responsibilities: Ecosystem Service Supply Modeling and Mapping Sep 2013 – Jan 2016:Position: Climate Change Research Assistant, Parks Canada, Vancouver, Canada Responsibilities: Conducted Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for species at Risk in Wood Buffalo National Park Worked with Nature Serve Sep 2008 – Jul 2012:Position: Research Assistant at Geography and Planning Lab, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran Responsibilities: Conducted Environmental Vulnerability Assessment Studied Rural Community Resilience Engaged in GIS-based MCDM (Multi-Criteria Decision Making)2017-2018:Position: Research Assistantship at Geographical Research Centre, University of Tabriz Responsibilities: Explored Regional Resilience and Environmental Changes Studied Environmental Vulnerability

Teaching Experience πŸ“šπŸ‘¨β€πŸ«

Jan 2021 – Present: Position: Teaching Assistant at The University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus Courses: GEOG 109 (Earth Systems: Landscape Dynamics)GEOG 108 (Earth Systems: Weather, Climate, and Life)GISC 381 (Fundamentals of Geographic Information Science)

Work Experience πŸ’ΌπŸŒ

May 2022 – Aug 2022:Position: Graduate Research Assistant, UBC, Okanagan Campus Responsibilities: Conducted Hydrological Ecosystem Service Mapping in the Comox Valley for local climate change mitigation plan Aug 2017 – Sep 2020:Position: Spatial Planner at Management and Planning Organization of East Azerbaijan Province, Tabriz, Iran Responsibilities: Preparing and Monitoring of Strategic Spatial Plan of East-Azerbaijan Province Apr 2018 – 2020:Position: Spatial Planner and GIS Expert at Apadana Economic Development Planners Engineer Consulting (BETA), Tehran, Iran Responsibilities: Part-time Collaboration with the West-Azerbaijan Province Strategic Spatial Plan Apr 2017 – Nov 2017:Position: Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Project at Dadeh Pardazaneh Makan Mabna (DPMM) Consulting Engineer Responsibilities: Collaboration with The University of Tabriz, Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Project of East-Azerbaijan Management and Planning Organization

Seminars and Conferences Attended πŸŽ“πŸŒ

International Conference on Geographic Environmental Impacts of Urmia Lake Conditions University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran, 23-24 Nov 2016The Conference on Political Reordering of Space and Optimal Governance of Tehran City Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran, Feb 2016The Conference on Decentralization and Reordering of the Capital in Iran Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran, Feb 2015

Publications Top Notes πŸ“

  • Spatial Assessment of the Relationship between Environmental Vulnerability and Rural Community Resilience in East-Azerbaijan Province
    • Authors: E Pashanejad-Silab, M Rafieian, M Pourtaheri
    • Journal: Journal of Research and Rural Planning
    • Year: 2017

 

  • VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF URMIA LAKE CRISIS IN THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR AND RURAL COMMUNITY RESILIENCE CHALLENGES
    • Authors: E PASHANEJAD SILAB, M RAFIEIAN, S SHAYAN
    • Journal: GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
    • Year: 2017

 

  • The application of semantic modelling to map pollination service provisioning at large landscape scales
    • Authors: E Pashanejad, H Thierry, BE Robinson, L Parrott
    • Journal: Ecological Modelling
    • Year: 2023

 

  • Vulnerability Spheres identification of Urmia Lake Ecosystem changes on Eastern Spatial Organization
    • Authors: E Pashanzhad- Silab, M Rafieian, S Shayan
    • Journal: The Journal of Spatial Planning
    • Year: 2016

 

  • A Functional Connectivity Approach for Exploring Interactions of Multiple Ecosystem Services in the Context of Agricultural Landscapes
    • Authors: E Pashanejad, A Kharrazi, ZMF Araujo-Gutierrez, B Robinson, B Fath, …
    • Journal: Available at SSRN
    • Year: Not specified