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Vimala Nunavath

Researcher

E-mail:
vimala.nunavath@uia.no
Telephone:
37 23 34 75
Mobile:
905 40 092
Office:
A4025 ( Jon Lilletunsvei 9, Grimstad )
Website:
https://scholar.google.no/citations?user=ZxQbRg8AAAAJ&hl=en
Department:
Department of Information and Communication Technology

Projects

Center for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR).

Intelligent Systems.

Background

I hold master degree in ICT (Information and Communication Technology) with system development specialization from University of Agder, Norway and bachelor degree in CSE (Computer Science and Engineering) from Andhra University, India. Currently, I am working as a Ph.D research fellow. The objective of my Ph.D research is to propose a holistic way of improving information access to the relevant information to support various emergency responders during emergency response for enhancing their situational awareness, for improving their coordination and decision making efficiently.

Academic interests

Data integration.

Data visualization.

Information access.

Information sharing.

Data Science.

Pattern recognition.

Knowledge discovery.

Bayesian Networks.

Semantics.

Last changed: 2017-10-11 16:12:59

Publications

  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Identifying First Responders Information Needs: Supporting Search and Rescue Operations for Fire Emergency Response (2017). International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management . ISSN 1937-9390. 8 (1), s 25 - 46 doi: 10.4018/IJISCRAM.2016010102
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Qualitative and Quantitative Study on Videotaped Data for Fire Emergency Response (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Radianti Jaziar, Representing fire emergency response knowledge through a domain modelling approach (2016). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748. 24 (1),
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Taking the advantage of smartphone apps for understanding information needs of emergency response teams’ for situational awareness: Evidence from an indoor fire game (2016). Lecture Notes in Computer Science . ISSN 0302-9743. 9733 s 563 - 571 doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-39513-5_52
  • Nunavath Vimala, Radianti Jaziar, Comes Tina, Prinz Andreas, The Impacts of ICT Support on Information Distribution, Task Assignment for Gaining Teams’ Situational Awareness in Search and Rescue Operations (2016).
  • Sarshar Parvaneh, Nunavath Vimala, Radianti Jaziar, A Study on the Usage of Smartphone Apps in Fire Scenarios: Comparison between GDACSmobile and SmartRescue apps (2015).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Norwegian Emergency Management Process by Using Business Process Modeling Notation (2015).
  • Sarshar Parvaneh, Nunavath Vimala, Radianti Jaziar, On the Usability of Smartphone Apps in Emergencies (2015).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Reference Architecture for Emergency Management Operations (2015).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Radianti Jaziar, Comes Tina, Prinz Andreas, Visualization of Information Flows and Exchanged Information: Evidence from an indoor fire game (2015).
  • Nguyen Trinh Hoang, Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Big Data Metadata Management in Smart Grids (2014).
  • Nunavath, Vimala Prinz, Andreas (2017). Data Sources Handling for Emergency Management: Supporting Information Availability and Accessibility for Emergency Responders. ISBN 978-3-319-58524-6. -240259 s.
  • Nunavath, Vimala Prinz, Andreas (2017). LifeRescue Software Prototype for Supporting Emergency Responders During Fire Emergency Response: A Usability and User Requirements Evaluation. ISBN 978-3-319-58077-7. -480498 s.
  • Nunavath, Vimala Prinz, Andreas (2017). Visualization of Exchanged Information with Dynamic Networks: A Case Study of Fire Emergency Search and Rescue Operation. ISBN 978-1-5090-1560-3. 6 s.
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Identifying First Responders Information Needs: Supporting Search and Rescue Operations for Fire Emergency Response (2017). International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management . ISSN 1937-9390. 8 (1), s 25 - 46 doi: 10.4018/IJISCRAM.2016010102
  • Nunavath Vimala Model-Driven Data Integration for Emergency Response : Doctoral Dissertation for the Degree Philosophiae Doctor (PhD) at the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Specialization in Information and Communication Technology (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Visualization of Exchanged Information with Dynamic Networks: A Case Study of Fire Emergency Search and Rescue Operation (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, LifeRescue Software Prototype for Supporting Emergency Responders During Fire Emergency Response: A Usability and User Requirements Evaluation (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Data Sources Handling for Emergency Management: Supporting Information Availability and Accessibility for Emergency Responders (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Qualitative and Quantitative Study on Videotaped Data for Fire Emergency Response (2017).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Taking the advantage of smartphone apps for understanding information needs of emergency response teams’ for situational awareness: Evidence from an indoor fire game (2016). Lecture Notes in Computer Science . ISSN 0302-9743. 9733 s 563 - 571 doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-39513-5_52
  • Nunavath Vimala, Radianti Jaziar, Comes Tina, Prinz Andreas, The Impacts of ICT Support on Information Distribution, Task Assignment for Gaining Teams’ Situational Awareness in Search and Rescue Operations (2016).
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Radianti Jaziar, Representing fire emergency response knowledge through a domain modelling approach (2016). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748. 24 (1),
  • Nunavath Vimala, Prinz Andreas, Comes Tina, Model-Based Data Integration for Emergency Management (2015).

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