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Ms.Maya Eapen M.E.,Ph.D(Pursuing)

Asst. Professor II

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Jerusalem College of Engineering

Chennai - 100 , Tamil Nadu , INDIA.

Email : mayaeapen@jerusalemengg.ac.in

Ph (O) : 044-22461404 (Ext. 238)

Experience
10 years
Areas of Interest
  • Image Processing
  • Cloud Computing
Conferences/Seminars/Workshops/FDPs Attended and Organized
  • Maya Eapen ," Probability Model of Spatial Connectivity and Intensity for Multiple Abdominal Organ Segmentation from 3-D Ct Volumes" International Conference On Advancements In Computing, Power And Control Feb. 24-26,2015
  • Maya Eapen,"Security based analysis for two way authentication using mobile devices", International Conference on emerging trends in Engineering and Technology.2015.
Publications
  • Maya Eapen, 2016 "Lung Nodule Segmentation From Ct Scan Images ", International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science & Electronics (IJETCSE), Volume No: 21 Issue 3 ,PP: 147 - 150, ISSN: 0976-1353.
  • Maya Eapen, 2016, "Computerized Liver Segmentation From CT Images Using Probabilistic Level Set Approach ", Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Vol.41, Issue 3, PP:921-934, ISSN:2191-4281.
  • Maya Eapen,2015, "Swarm Intelligence Integrated Graph-Cut for Liver Segmentation from 3D-CT Vol.s", The Scientific World Journal (Hindawi Publishing Corporation), Vol.2015, PP: 1-12, ISSN: 1537-744X (Online).
  • Maya Eapen, 2015," Probability Model of Spatial Connectivity and Intensity for Multiple Abdominal Organ Segmentation from 3-D CT Volumes", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research. Vol.10, No.5 ,PP:4056-4063.
  • Maya Eapen ,2015, "3-D Liver Segmentation from CTA Images with patient adaptive Bayesian model", International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology.
Current Responsibilities
  • Industrial Visit
  • Guest Lecture
  • Conference
  • Workshop
  • Seminar
  • NCSE
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