Mayura D Tapkire

Assistant Professor

Department of Information Science and Engineering

Email: mayura@nie.ac.in
Phone No: 8867701231
About Me:  

My primary research interests are in Computer Network Engineering. Apart from that Machine Learning and Cloud Computing are the area in which my current research is focused. I graduated in Computer Science and Engineering (BE CSE) and the Masters is in Computer Network Engineering (ME CNE). I have the Industry Experience of about 2 years where my work was based on Advanced JAVA. I have 6 years of teaching experience

  • M.E in Computer Networks Engineering (BAMU,Aurangabad, MH)
  • B.E in Computer Science and Engineering (BAMU,Aurangabad, MH)
  • Lecturer
  • Assistant Professor
Journal Publications:

Pragathi N M, Mayura D Tapkire (2020): “Implementing Arbitrary Precision in Java Script Runtime”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 8(4), 1013-1018

Ravikumar N R, Prateek C, Sathvik Bhandar, Rahul Kumar, Mayura D. Tapkire (2020), “Virtual Voice Assistant”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 07(04), 3399-3402

Likhitha P M, Poornashree Narayani S Kulkarni, Rashmi G, Rashmi K V, Mayura D T (2019): “Object Detection and Image Labelling using Machine Learning Technique”, International journal of Research in Electronics and Computer Engineering, 7(2), 1228-1230

Mayura D. Tapkire, B. M. Patil and V. M. Chandode (2013): “Parallel Data Processing in the Cloud using Nephele”, International Journal of Computer Applications, 69 (17), 1-8

Conference Proceedings:

Mayura D. Tapkire, and Bankat M. Patil (2012): “Efficient Parallel Data Processing in the Cloud using Nephele”, International Conference on Current Trends and Challenges in Management, Engineering, Computer application and Technology, during March 23-25, 2012

UG Courses taught:
  1. Concepts of C programming
  2. Unix system programming
  3. Software engineering
  4. Mobile applications
  5. Cloud computing
PG Courses taught:
  1. Wireless ad-hoc networks
  2. Cloud computing