Jitesh Dundas Lab
THE JITESH DUNDAS LAB - This Lab has been closed down as of 1 Jan 2015. We are no longer doing R & D due to financial constraints.
Mr. Jitesh B Dundas
Scientist( and Partner), Non-Profit Organization ( Name kept confidential. Available on email request).
Personal Wiki Page -> http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Jitesh_Dundas
1) Current Project work :- http://openwetware.org/wiki/Jitesh_Dundas_Lab:Notebook/The_Human_Brain_Simulation_Project.
2) Some of my work is also presently hosted on Github :- https://github.com/jbdundas
3) The names of my lab members and affiliations have been kept confidential (Available on email request).
1) Systems Genetics (Special Interests in Cancer)
2) Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
3) Software Development in the above as well as Software Engineering
Some of my work is also presently hosted on Github :- https://github.com/jbdundas
Jitesh Dundas has been awarded the Pinnacle Award ( Employee R & R Category at Accenture, Mumbai ) for his article on Logic Based Estimation, which primarily is a explanatory white paper to discuss the work on the research paper titled " Understanding Code Patterns-Analysis,Measurement & Interpretation". Please see the references below to read the article.
AIM OF THIS LAB:-
1) This lab focuses on solving biological problems using computational and biological techniques. The focus is on looking at the biological problems at the gene levels. We have special interest in cancer studies and in understanding genetic mechanisms that cause this disease. We also are keen on understanding the basic mechanisms of human genes and their related aspects.
2) We also look at current problems in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Most of the work focusses on better machine learning techniques and simulations for developing robots with higher levels of human intelligence in them. The primary goal is to develop robots and expert systems which exhibit their thinking and intelligence of the level of humans.
3) We also have limited interests in applying Machine Learning concepts in fields of Software Engineering and Bioinformatics.
1) Object-Oriented SDLC. Jitesh Dundas.IndiaCom-2008. Bharti VidyaPeeth Institute.New Delhi.Feb-2008.
2) Understanding Code Patterns-Analysis,Measurement & Interpretation. Jitesh Dundas.July-2008. ICCEE 2008.Thailand.Dec-2008.
3) Understanding Code Patterns-Analysis,Measurement & Interpretation. Jitesh Dundas. International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 1, April 2009 1793-8198. Online:-www.ijcee.org/papers/008.pdf.
4) Applying Wave Dynamics to Parallel Computing(chapter).Jitesh Dundas.[Book]“Pervasive Computing-Applications & Threats”. March 2009.IGI-GLOBAL publications. Australias.
5) Applying Wave Dynamics to Parallel Computing(chapter).Jitesh Dundas.[Book]“Pervasive Computing-Business & Trends”. April 2009.IGI-GLOBAL publications. Australia.
6)Applying Wave Dynamics to Parallel Computing(chapter).Jitesh Dundas.[Book]“Pervasive Computing-Emerging Trends”. May 2009.IGI-GLOBAL publications. Australia.
7) “Artificial Erythrocytes-Models & Design”.Jitesh Dundas.[Accepted]BioSysbio 2009. Cambridge University.London.UK.
8) Automaton Based Detection Of Affected Cells In A 3-Dimensional Biological System.Jitesh B. Dundas.Biofrontiers Journal.Volume 1, Issue 1, September 2009.Online:-http://biofrontiers.org/vol1/Jitesh-Biofrontiers-Vol1-Issue1-1-11.pdf
9) Can T-Cells think creatively? Jitesh Dundas. Accepted. Journal of Immunology and Immunopathology. Feb 2010.
10) Exploring Behavioral aspects in T-Cells. Jitesh Dundas. Bioinfo 2010. Surat. India.
11) Exploring Behavioral aspects in T-Cells. Jitesh Dundas. [Abstract Book Paper] International Society of Pediatric Oncology. Boston. USA. May 2010.
12) Automaton Based Detection Of Affected Cells In A 3-Dimensional Biological System.Jitesh B. Dundas.Accepted. ISMB 2010. Boston, USA.
13) Understanding Patterns in miRNA. Accepted. InCob 2010. Japan.
14) Predicting Cell Resistance against pathogens in future. Accepted. Incob 2010. Japan.
15) Automaton Based Detection Of Affected Cells In A 3-Dimensional Biological System.Jitesh B. Dundas.Accepted. Incob 2010. Japan
16) Jitesh Dundas.Law of Connectivity in Machine Learning. International Journal of Simulation- Systems, Science and Technology - IJSSST (URL:- http://www.ijssst.info/ ). Vol. 11, No. 5. Dec 2010. (ISSN: 1473-804 x Online) and (ISSN: 1473-8031 Print). UK.
17) Jitesh Dundas and David Chik. IBSEAD: - A Self-Evolving Self-Obsessed Learning Algorithm for Machine Learning. IJCSET (URL:- http://ijcset.excelingtech.co.uk/ ). Volume 1. Issue 4. No 48. December, 2010.
18) Automaton Based Detection Of Affected Cells In A 3-Dimensional Biological System.Jitesh B. Dundas.Accepted. Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology (http://www.omicsonline.com/AboutJCSB.php). Nov 2010. Omics Publications Group.
19) Jitesh Dundas and David Chik. Implementing Human-like Intuition Mechanism in Artificial Intelligence. Artificial General Intelligence. Submitted. June 2011.
20) Jitesh Dundas. Social Intelligence in Web Applications. Accepted.IJCSET (URL:- http://ijcset.excelingtech.co.uk/ ). Mar 2011.
21) Jitesh Dundas and Maurice Ling. Reference genes for measuring mRNA expression. Theory in Biosciences 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s12064-012-0152-5. Online:-http://www.springerlink.com/content/r1232k61171542n2/ .
22) D. Chik & J. Dundas. The Dream of Human Level Machine Intelligence. Human-Level Intelligence. 2:1 iConcept Press. ISSN: 2219-5173. 2011. Online: http://www.iconceptpress.com/www/site/download.paper.php?paperID=11032814432237
23) David. Chik & Jitesh Dundas. MACHINE IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN-LIKE INTUITION. ICIC Express Letters. Volume 7, Number 8(tentative), August 2013. ICIC International Copyrights 2013 ISSN 1881-803X. pp. 1–EL12-1207
1) Jitesh Dundas. Can Computers Win the Turing Test? .Online:- http://www.osnews.com/story/22202/Can_Computers_Win_the_Turing_Test_
2) Jitesh Dundas. Machine Learning & Software Development. Online:- http://rcppubs.com/3D/SWM/2012/summer-12/index.html
1) Creating an algorithm for human brain in all states. The aim here is to create an algorithm
that maps the entire functioning of the human brain. The resulting algorithm will be placed in
a computer so that they can be made more efficient and independent. This will allow us to use
machines in conditions where human might not be able to survive. (Looking for experts who are willing to collaborate in this field)
2) Why do genes mutate ? What is root cause of this process and how does it happen ?
Row House-6, Opp. Ambo Vihar, Tirupati Nagar-II,
Off. Unitech Road, Virar(w), Thane-401303,
If you have a research idea or can provide funding for my research work, please do drop me an email!
I am always ready to discuss science.
--Jitesh Dundas 13:43, 19 June 2010 (EDT)