My primary research interest is in the domain of Opportunistic Mobile Networks (OMNs), which are a variant of the Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs). In my MS thesis, I attempted to explore some previously unaddressed issues in this context. In particular, I considered the effects of certain human aspects such as, innate intelligence and emotions, upon the performance of the network. As such, the otherwise mechanical nodes of a typical OMN evolve into supernodes, which are a combination of the mobile devices together with their human owner.
In my PhD thesis, I am exploring different avenues of content dissemation in OMNs. Recently, my proposed routing scheme for OMNs, SeeR, got accepted for publication in IEEE TMC, whereas, CHARM, a proposed scheme for content searching, has been published in IEEE CL.
Additionally, I have also worked a bit related to online education technologies. You would find a few such publications in IEEE WCM and some other conferences.
S. Maity, S. Saha, Sk Sahnawaj, B. K. Saha, and C. T. Bhunia,
“Pre-emptive dynamic source routing: a repaired backup approach
and stability based DSR with multiple routes,” Journal of Computing
and Information Technology, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 91–99, 2008.