About Me

Prabodh C P

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I am working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering in Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumakuru. I am currently deputed for my PhD at IIT Hyderabad in the Department of Computer Science.

Areas of Interest

Multi Access Edge Computing and Software Defined Networking
Blockchain and its applications
Free and Open Source Software in Education.
Open Hardware and Internet Of Things.

Experience

Sep-2020 till dateResearch Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hyderabad.

Aug-2013 till dateAssistant Professor, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Department of CSE, Tumakuru.
2010 to 2013Assistant Professor, PES Institute of Technology, BSC , Department of CSE, Bengaluru.
2006 to 2010Senior Lecturer, CMR Institute of Technology, Department of CSE,
Bengaluru.
2004 to 2006Lecturer, Sri Krishna Institute of Technology, Department of CSE, Bengaluru.
2003 to 2004Software Engineer, L&T Infotech Ltd., Mysore.

Education
2007 – 2009 Master of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering, CMR Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, FCD.
1999 – 2003 Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering, The
National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, FC.

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Achievements
A member of the all India general council of “Free Software Movement of
India(FSMI)”
Founding member and head of academicians chapter of “Free Software Movement
of Karnataka”
Part of the Release team of “Namma Debian” a Kannada GNU/Linux OS
Member of localization teams of Debian, Gnome, Geogebra and Firefox Projects.
I have configured and currently maintaining a campus wide Learning Manage-
ment system “MOODLE” at our campus.
I was instrumental in migrating existing software infrastructure to use Free and
Open source software, in labs of our current campus.

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