What’s happening at AIIE
Purdue University, USA Visit for Academic Collaboration
Public Speaking Contest
Debate on Smart cities – Is it a smart move?
Induction Programme 2018-19
Orientation Programme Batch - 2018
Core Infrastructure Week
Adani Hazira Port Visit
International Exposure Programme - UrFU, Russia
Lavasa City Visit
Traffic Survey by AIIE Students
Studio Club @ AIIE
Charanka Solar Park Visit
Adani Mundra Port and Adani Power Visit
Sports Fest - 2017
Aspire – 2017
Vibrant Gujarat 2017
Sports Fest - 2016
Dr. Mahipal Jadeja
Assistant Professor, Information & Communication Technology
Ph.D. (Information and Communication Technology), BE (Computer Engg)
Mr. Mahipal Jadeja is an Assistant Professor in Information and Communication Technology at AIIE since December 2017. He has more than 5 years of teaching experience in Information and Communication Technology.
Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory, Theoretical Computer Science, Information Visualisation, Graph Visualisation
Ph.D. in Information and Communication Technology from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT), Gandhinagar (2017)
B.E in Computer Engineering from Chandubhai S Patel Institute of Technology, Changa (2012)
July, 2014 – December, 2017
Tutor, ICT Department, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT), Gandhinagar.
January, 2013 – June, 2014
Teaching Assistant, ICT Department, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT), Gandhinagar.
Assistant Professor, Computer Engineering Department, K J Institute of Engineering & Technology, Savli.
Dr. Mahipal has published 3 research papers in peer reviewed journals and 4 research papers in international conferences/workshops.
His thesis work mainly focused on the assignment of distinct set labels to the vertices of any undirected graph from as small a universal set as possible in such a way that adjacent vertices get disjoint labels and non-adjacent vertices get intersecting labels. He looked at this general problem, and some natural variants, from various perspectives and obtained a lot of interesting combinatorial as well as algorithmic results. His thesis also elaborated on two applications of these results on graph labeling, both related to the emerging field of data science, and provided efficient techniques for data visualization. His visualization related work has resulted in publications at GSB 2015 (Santiago, Chile) and WAAC 2016 (Hakodate, Japan).
He was offered a student travel grant of 400 euros for attending and presenting his work at SCAI’17 workshop which was held at Amsterdam, Netherlands on Oct 1, 2017. The grant was offered by sponsors of the event: Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
Google Scholar Profile: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=S7nOuH4AAAAJ&hl=en