Theory of Automata

Computer Graphics

Human Computer Interaction

Latent Fingerprint Matching

Instruction Level Parallelism

Information and Comm. Technologies

Modeling and Simulation Concepts




       Phone: +91-9412002322   Rajendra Kumar

About the Author

Rajendra Kumar is Associate Professor and Head of Computer Science & Engineering department at Vidya College of engineering, Meerut. He has Fifteen years of teaching experience. He has taught at Meerut Institute of Engineering & Technology, Meerut for eight years. He has been guest faculty at Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jhansi for one year. He has published and presented several papers in International/national journals/conferences. Recently he presented his paper on Instruction Level Parallelism-The role of Compiler and Architecture in an International conference at Singapore.

He is author of five text books Theory of Automata, Languages & Computation from Tata McGraw Hill, Computer Graphics from Vikas Publishing,  Human Computer Interaction from Firewall Media, Information and Communication Technologies for University Science Press, and Modeling and Simulation Concept from University Science Press. He has published two monographs from Lambert Academic Publishing Germany entitled Latent Fingerprint Matching, and Instruction Level Parallelism. He has written distance learning books on Computer Graphics for MGU Kerla and MDU Rohtak; Modeling and Simulation, System, Simulation, and ICT in Public Life for CDLU Sirsa; and IT Enabled Services for IASE University Rajasthan. He is reviewer of International journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Singapore, JCBBR Nairobi and few others. He has been Member of Board of Studies of Uttar Pradesh Technical University Lucknow. He is member of SCIEI, UACEE, IAENG Hong Kong, IACSIT Singapore, CSTA USA. He has guided six M. Tech. dissertations and dozens of B. Tech. projects. He has been appointed Head Examiner by UPTU Lucknow several times. His current research area is Instruction Level Parallelism. His interest in other fields includes Biometric systems, Compiler Design, Multimedia Systems, and Software Engineering.

This page was last updated by 29 April  2013