More Links
Faculty

Asmita Roy



Designation: Assistant Professor

Asmita Roy is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computing and Analytics of NSHM knowledge campus, Kolkata. She is also pursuing PhD from Maulana Abul Kalam University of Technology in the field of Mobile Cloud Communication. She has completed her M.tech in Information Technology from Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, WB, as an in-house candidate, where she was awarded a silver medal. She has completed her MSc in Computer Science from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata and B.Sc in Computer Science Honours from Calcutta University. She was appointed as a Research Assistant, under TEQIP III Project, A World Bank Initiative, in M.A.K.A.U.T for 3 years to complete her PhD work. During her tenure as Research Assistant she was associated with Network Security project under Information Security Education and Awareness (ISEA) Phase – II, a MeitY funded project. She has published in several international journals, conferences and book chapters with leading publication houses like Elsevier, IEEE, Springer and Wiley. She has presented her research work in several International Conferences and has over 90 citations for her publications. She is associated with NSHM from the year 2020.

Academic Experience: She has a 4years of academic experience where she was associated with NSHM and M.A.K.A.U.T,


Educational Credentials:

B.Sc (computer Science Honours), Calcutta University; M.Sc (Computer science), St.Xavier's College; M.Tech (I.T), M.A.K.A.U.T; Ph.D (Pursuing)

Research Highlights: She has published over 20 publications with several international Journals (SCI Indexed) and Conferences. The most cited research works by her are in COMNET, Elsevier having Impact factor 3.03 and JNCA, Elsevier having Impact Factor 5.3.
1) Roy, Asmita, Sadip Midya, Koushik Majumder, Santanu Phadikar, and Anurag Dasgupta. “Optimized secondary user selection for quality of service enhancement of two-tier multi-user cognitive radio network: a game theoretic approach.” Computer Networks 123 (2017): 1-18.
2) Midya, Sadip, Asmita Roy, Koushik Majumder, and Santanu Phadikar. “Multi-objective optimization technique for resource allocation and task scheduling in vehicular cloud architecture: A hybrid adaptive nature inspired approach.” Journal of Network and Computer Applications 103 (2018): 58-84.