Name:Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh

Designation: Professor

Qualification:Ph.D.(BITS, Pilani)

Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh is a Professor of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Presidency University, Bangalore. He has over 20 years of academic experience (including about 14 years at BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, India, an Institute of Eminence declared by MHRD). He has completed his PhD from BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus in the area of “Wearable Computing”. His research interests lie in the areas of Wearable Computing, Embedded Systems, Biosignal Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning. He has been a reviewer for journals: Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (Elsevier), Computers in Biology and Medicine (Elsevier), Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering (Elsevier), Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (Springer), Multimedia Tools and Applications (Springer), Scientia Iranica (International Journal of Science and Technology, Sharif University of Technology, Iran) and the IEEE TENCON Conference.

Currently he is supervising four PhD students from both academia and industry in the areas of Smart Agriculture, VLSI and Embedded Systems (Intelligent Chips and Network On-chip). He has visited China, Hong Kong and USA to present his work at International Conferences. In his future research endeavor, he aims to provide solutions for some of the societal problems pertaining to saving lives, rehabilitation and health of humans by applying multidisciplinary approach. He is striving to attract research funding from governmental and non-governmental agencies to establish a Centre of Excellence at Presidency University, Bangalore and has applied to various funding agencies.

At Presidency University he has designed the course curriculum for M. Tech (Embedded System and VLSI). He has been a member of several committees at Presidency University, Bengaluru and has been actively contributing in various institutional development activities.

1. Invited Talks:
  • Wearable Internet Of Things (WIoT): Applications, Issues, Challenges and Future Roadmap. GUJCOST & DST, Gujarat Sponsored Workshop on
    Development of Innovative Product in IoT Systems using Blockchain. Shankersinh Vaghela Bapu Institute of Technology (SVBIT), Vasan, Ahmedabad on 13th March 2021
  • Trends in Energy Harvesting for Wearable Devices. TEQIP-III sponsored Short Term Course on Energy Application in Computer, Communication, Chemical and Electronic Engineering, Organized by Centre for Energy and Environment, NIT Jalandhar with Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government Institute of Engineering & Technology, Shimla on 28th February 2021.
  • Has the Discipline of Embedded Systems converged to IoT? The Road Ahead for Industrial IoT. GUJCOST & DST, Gujarat Sponsored Workshop on
    Industrial Internet of Things. Indus University, Ahmedabad on 12th December, 2020.
  • Wearable Computing: It's Opportunities & Challenges in Industry 4.0. Indus University, Ahmedabad on 29th August, 2020 & Manipal University, Jaipur (Department of Computer Science and Engineering) on 17th September, 2020.
  • Architecting the BITS-LifeGuard Wearable Computing System: A Bio-signal-based approach for Stress-level Monitoring of Automotive Drivers. Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications at Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, USA on 11th October 2011.
2. Best Paper Award – 1st International Conference on Digital Entrepreneurship: Prospects, Perils, Dividends and Challenges, Bengaluru, India.
3. MHRD Fellowship – 1999-2001.

  • Senior Member IEEE USA
  • Fellow of the Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata

HoD, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Member, Research and Innovation Council

Chair, Board of Studies (BoS)

Chair, Departmental Academic Committee (DAC)

M.Tech. Program Coordinator

• Masters Level: Embedded Systems Design, Software for Embedded Systems, Embedded Real-Time Operating Systems, Wearable Computing.

• Bachelors Level: Microprocessors Programming and Interfacing, Signals and Systems , VLSI Design, Professional Ethics, Electrical Sciences, Digital Design, Digital Electronics and Microprocessors, Microelectronics Circuits, Analog Electronics, Control Systems, VHDL and Electronic Devices and Integrated Circuits.
Wearable Computing, Embedded Systems, Biosignal Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning