Bhanu Kamapantula is currently a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University, working with Preetam Ghosh. His personal blog is located here. You can reach him @bkamapantula.
Under preparation or submission( a) Book chapter: Quantifying robustness of biological networks using NS-2
Abstract accepted [PDF]
Bhanu K. Kamapantula, Ahmed Abdelzaher, Sajal K. Das and Preetam Ghosh
( b) Exploring miRNA-disease associations using motif analysis
(c) Exploring miRNA-disease associations using maximum weight matching in bipartite graphs
(d) Improving Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks using Feed-Forward Loop Motifs
(7) Pannotator: an automated tool for annotation of pan-genomes, Genetics and Molecular Research Journal, August 2013
AR Santos, E Barbosa, K Fiaux, M Zurita-Turk, V Chaitankar, B Kamapantula, A Abdelzaher, P Ghosh, S Tiwari, N Barve, N Jain, D Barh, A Silva, A Miyoshi, V Azevedo.
(6) Determining miRNA-disease associations using bipartite graph modelling.
Joseph Nalluri, Bhanu Kamapantula, Preetam Ghosh, Debmalya Barh, Neha Jain, Lucky Juneja and Neha Barve
ACM BCB 2013 - ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Biomedical Informatics. Poster.
[Won outstanding paper award for 2013 at VCU Computer Science department]
(5) Leveraging the Robustness of Genetic Networks: A Case Study on Bio-inspired Wireless Sensor Topologies, Journal of Ambient Intelligence & Humanized Computing (AIHC), May 2012. Kamapantula, B.K.; Abdelzaher, A.; Ghosh, P.; Mayo, M.; Perkins, E.; Das, S.K. Journal.
(4) A theoretical framework to quantify robustness in biological network topologies. Workshop at the 14th International Distributed Computing and Networking (ICDCN), Mumbai, India, January 3-6, 2013. Ahmed Abdelzaher, Bhanu Kamapantula, Preetam Ghosh and Sajal Das. Workshop.
(3) Empirical Prediction of Packet Transmission Efficiency in Bio-Inspired Wireless Sensor Networks, Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA), 2012 12th International Conference on, vol., no., pp.705,710, 27-29 Nov. 2012. Abdelzaher, A.F.; Kamapantula, B.K.; Ghosh, P.; Das, S.K Conference.
(2) Performance of wireless sensor topologies inspired by E. coli genetic networks, Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops), 2012 IEEE International Conference on , vol., March 2012. Kamapantula, B.K.; Abdelzaher, A.; Ghosh, P.; Mayo, M.; Perkins, E.; Das, S.K. Workshop.
(1) Forecasting Red Tides Using a Novel Multi-Metric Adaptive Routing Algorithm in Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks, JCIS: Journal of Communications and Information Sciences, July 2011. Bhanu K. Kamapantula and Ahmed M. Mahdy. Journal.
The following are the projects that he is working or had worked on in the past.URLs for MAP and CIN projects are snapshots.
Wireless Sensor NetworksGene regulatory networks (GRNs) are robust to network disruptions. Structural properties of GRNs have been attributed so far for their robust performance under stress. We aim to improve the performance of WSNs using the structural principles of GRNs.
miRNA Network PredictionmiRNA up- or down- regulates a disease. We explore the relationships between miRNAs and diseases to identify the influence of diseases among themselves.
- Documents: Google Drive. Google Spreadsheets/Drawing are amazing tools!
- Editor: LaTeX, Sublimetext, Vi
- OS: Ubuntu (85%), Windows (15%)
- Version control: Git
- His interests include classical music, cooking, poetry, web development in no particular order.
- He's fascinated by the range of work by Sachin, Dravid, Ilayaraja, Rahman, Anoushka Shankar, Kishore Kumar, Imogen Heap, Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar
- Supports the DuckDuckGo translation efforts. To contribute in Telugu or any other language, visit DuckDuckGo Translations!
- Supports the OpenStreetMaps translation efforts. To contribute in Telugu or any other language, visit Transifex IDeditor page.
- Supporting the Joy Home for Children based in Hyderabad since Jan 2014.
- Supporting the Caravan magazine for their quality journalism since May 2013.