Dr Nagender Aneja

nagender.aneja@ubd.edu.bn

Assistant Professor, School of Digital Science and Program Leader, School of Digital Science



                                    

Dr Nagender Aneja is working as Asst. Prof. and Programme Leader (Computer science) at School of Digital Science, Universiti Brunei Darussalam. He did his PhD in Computer Engineering from J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA and M.E. Computer Technology and Applications from Delhi College of Engineering. He is currently working in area of Deep Learning. He has 20+ years of experience that includes five years of Industry Experience at CPA Global for Microsoft Patent Research Services. He has done several process innovations including developing automation tools for patent analysis at CPA Global and developed expert directory for Universiti Brunei Darussalam. He has been awarded Brunei ICT Award 2016 and two patents from USPTO. He is also founder and developer of ResearchID.co that is being used by 13,000+ researchers and faculty members from 130+ countries to manage and share their research profile.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Computer Engineering
M.E. Computer Technology and Applications
Master of Management Studies
M.Sc. Mathematics
B.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Deep Learning
Adversarial Machine Learning
Computer Vision
Natural Language Processing
Deep Reinforcement Learning

FUTURE PROJECTS

DEEP LEARNING TRAINING WITH LIMITED DATA

Deep learning needs lots of data for training; however, in some industrial applications, the significant amount of data may not be available, limiting the deep learning approach. Modern techniques like transfer learning and generative adversarial networks show some hope to solve this challenge. The objective of the project is to propose new techniques for deep learning training.


Applications Invited
Ph.D.

DEEP LEARNING SECURITY

Deep-learning networks are susceptible to butterfly effect wherein small alterations in the input data can point to drastically distinctive outcomes, making the deep learning network inherently volatile. Thus, the output of deep learning network may be controlled by altering its input or by adding noise. Research has shown that it is possible to fool the deep learning network by adding an imperceptible amount of noise in the input.


Applications Invited
Ph.D.

GENERATIVE ADVERSARIAL NETWORKS - REVERSE IMAGE CAPTIONING - TEXT TO IMAGE AND SCALING GAN TRAINING WITH BATCH SIZE

Generative Adversarial Networks may have potential to solve the text-to-image problem, but there are challenges in using GANs for NLP. Image classification have got benefitted with large mini-batches and one of the open question the question https://distill.pub/2019/gan-open-problems/#batchsize is if they can also help to scale GANs


Applications Invited
Ph.D.
18

Scopus Publications

215

Google Scholar Citations

9

Google Scholar h-index

9

Google Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

GEM-benchmark/NL-Augmenter, https://github.com/GEM-benchmark/NL-Augmenter
Contributed Replace Spelling Perturbation in the open source project

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Five years of Industry Experience as Associate IP Lead at CPA Global India, working for Microsoft Patent Research Services for US Patent Applications.