Dr. Varun G MenonBased in Kochi, Kerala, India
Dr. Varun G Menon is currently Associate Professor in Computer Science Engineering and Head of International Collaborations at SCMS Group of Educational Institutions, India. He has been the resource person for numerous workshops on “Quality Research Publishing” in various Engineering Colleges in India, primarily aimed at enhancing the quality of research publishing among the faculty and students.
Dr. Varun G Menon is a member of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and has been actively involved in various activities of the organization. He is also a member of IEEE and International Association of Engineers. He is currently serving as Guest Editor for the Journal of Supercomputing in cyber physical systems and for the Future Internet Journal in advanced information and communication techniques. He is also serving in the Editorial and Editorial Review Boards of many journals including Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications, International Journal of Disaster Response and Emergency Management. He is currently serving in the Review Boards of many high impact factor journals including IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Access, IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, Ad-Hoc Networks Journal (Elsevier), Computer Communications Journal (Elsevier), Vehicular Communications Journal (Elsevier). Dr. Varun G Menon received the Top Peer Reviewer Award by Publons in 2018.
He has completed his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering and holds an M. Tech degree in Computer and Communication with University First Rank. He also holds an M.Sc in Applied Psychology, an MBA in Human Resource Management and a Diploma in Training and Development (Dip. T. D.). He has published more than 45 research papers in peer reviewed and highly indexed International Journals and Conferences. He has also served in the Technical Program Committee and Organizing Committee of many prestigious International Conferences like SigTelCom, ICACCI, ICDMAI etc. organized in various countries like Thailand, USA, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, India.
His research interests include Information Science, Scientometrics, Digital Library Management, Informatics of Scientific Databases, Educational Psychology, Cyber Psychology, Hijacked and Predatory Journals, Ad-Hoc Networks, Wireless Communication, Opportunistic Routing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things, Fog Computing and Networking, Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks. Evaluation methods in Education, Online Education tools, Life Skills training, Training and Development.
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Essential Researcher Identifiers and Benefits of Reviewing Manuscripts for Quality Journals
This lecture introduces some key identifiers-ORCID ID, Researcher ID, Scopus ID, Publons profile and Google Scholar, which are essential in distinguishing a researcher and getting credit...
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- Security and Privacy in Internet of Medical ThingsThe Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is an ecosystem of connected sensors, wearable medical devices and clinical systems. Application of IoMT has helped in improving the quality of medical...
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- Opportunistic Routing Protocols in Underwater Sensor Networks: Challenges and Future Directions