Designer and developer. Passionate programmer. Tech blogger.
(My academic CV can be found here.)
Publication / Peer Reviewed Paper
A Study on Human Activity Recognition From Video
Debashis Barman and Usha Mary Sharma. “A study on human activity recognition from video.” Computingfor Sustainable Global Development (INDIACom), 2016 3rd International Conference on. IEEE (Details)
Projects / Academic & Non-academic
Design of a 32 bit Multi-Tasking Kernel
Originally started as a hobby project, I developed an educational kernel with monolithic design and clean implementation for i386 machines. The entire kernel was written from scratch in C and Assembly. Currently this project is hosted on Github.
Abnormal Human Activity Detection Through Video Surveillance
As a part of my B.Tech curriculum, I've undertaken this project as my major project under the guidance of Dr. Y. Jayanata Singh. The main objective of this project is to detect crime scene through video surveillance. (Github)
Random Security Code Generation∗
I worked on this project as part of my academic project (minor project, phase II) under the guidance of Dr. Y. Jayanata Singh. The main objective of this project was to provide a mechanism to generate manipulation detection code (MDC) that can be applied to ensure data integrity.
∗ In 2015, this project recieved Second Prize in Oral Presentation in
A Symposium on E-Vision for Digital Indiaorganized by Department of Electronics and Communication Technology, School of Technology, Assam Don Bosco University.
PhD. Scholars' Activity Management
I worked on this project as part of my academic project (minor project, phase I) under the guidance of Dr. Y. Jayanata Singh. This was a web application developed by me as per the requirements of the Director of Research, Assam Don Bosco University. Currently this project is no longer maintained.
Conferences & Symposium
10th INDIACom : 3rd 2016 International Conference on Computing for Sustanable Global Development, Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Computer Applications and Management, Delhi
A Symposium on E-Vision for Digital India, Department of Electronics and Communication Technology, School of Technology, Assam Don Bosco University
Invited Talk & Workshops
- Resource Person, Workshop on
Basics of Kernel Programming, Coding Club, Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology, School of Technology, Assam Don Bosco University
- Resource Person, Session on
Graphics Programming in C, Coding Club, Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology, School of Technology, Assam Don Bosco University
I had the priviledge to work on some interesting projects, mostly on web design and development. Some of my earlier clients are KEN Manipur 2015, North Kamrup College, Dr. Y. Jayanta Singh, Dr. Surajit Barman and Prajyukttam 2015.
I also developed the official android applications for Prajyukttam 2015 which was published on Google Play.
- Name : Debashis Barman
- Address : Guwahati, Assam, India, 781034
- Contact : +91 88 76 342995
- Email : email@example.com
- Website : debashisbarman.in
Proficiency / Skills
- Programming : C, C++, Java, Bash, Assembly (i386)
- Mobile Technologies: Android, React Native
- Database : MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB
- Tools / IDE : Git, NPM, Webpack, Electron, Atom, Nuclide, Android Studio
Internship / Training
- Education and Research Network,
Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt. of India
- Computer Programming
- Operating Systems
- Theory of Computation
- Data Warehousing and Data Mining
- Digital Image Processing
At some part of my academic career, I initiated some projects purely for educational purpose which finally turned into some mature products.
Kathamo CSS Framework
Kathamo is a Minimalist CSS Framework for rapid and mobile-friendly development. (Download)
Sofia 1.0.2 (Stable)
Adda (Online Chat)
Adda is an anonymous online chatting application built in Node.js and Socket.io. (Demo)
Mentions / Links
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