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Dr. Shiru Sharma
Associate Professor
School of Biomedical Engineering IIT BHU
shiru.bme@iitbhu.ac.in
9792200922
Area of Interest: 
Biological control system, Mathematical modeling of biological system, Bio-instrumentation

Official Address: Associate Professor, School of Biomedical Engineering, IIT (BHU), Varanasi-221005

Academic Qualifications:  B.Tech (Electrical Engineering), Ph.D (Biomedical Engineering)

Fellowships/Life Memberships of Professional Societies: Life member of Indian Society of Technical Education

    Subjects Taught: Network Analysis and Synthesis, Electronic Circuits, Control System, Biological Control System.

    Teaching Experience:  since Oct., 1997

    Broad Areas of Research: Biological Control System, Mathematical modeling of biological system,
        Bio-instrumentation, Artificial Intelligence

    Journal Publications (2008 Onwards)

    • Anuranjeeta, Shiru Sharma, K.K Shukla, ‘Evaluation of Morphological Changes in Histopathological Images of Ovarian and Breast Cancer Tissues and its Correlation with their Biochemical Parameters’, Research Journal of Biotechnology. (SCI Index Journal ) 2017
    • Anuranjeeta, Shiru Sharma, K.K Shukla, ‘Classification of Histopathological Images of Breast Cancerous and Non-cancerous Cells based on Morphological Features’, Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal Vol. 10 (1), 2017.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Noninvasive blood glucose measurement utilizing a newly designed system based on modulated ultrasound and infrared light’, International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries; Springer, 1-10, December 2015. DOI 10.1007/s13410-015-0459-0.
    • Saxena S., Sharma N., Sharma S., “Multithreaded Approach for Registration of Medical Images using Mutual Information in Multicore Environment and its PUBLICATIONS Applications in Medical Imaging ” in International Journal of Computer Application,vol. 113(3):23-32, March 2015.
    • Saxena S., Sharma S., Sharma N., Verma A., Singh S., “An Automated System for Atlas Based Multiple Organ Segmentation of Abdominal CT images ” in British Journal ofMathematics and Computer Science , in Press (Accepted for Publication).
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Error Grid Analysis of Reference and Predicted Blood Glucose Level values as obtained from the Normal and Prediabetic Human Volunteers’, American Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 5(1); 2015, pp.6-14.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S.,  ‘The Error Grid Analysis of invasive and indigenously developed noninvasive technique based blood glucose readings obtained from the effect of various glucose concentration sample solutions over blood glucose levels on the human subjects’, Research Journal of Biotechnology. Vol. 10(1), January, 2015.pp.76-84.
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N.,  ‘The utilization of ultrasonic standing waves for predicting glucose concentration levels in dextrose mixed intralipid based tissue phantom’, Research Journal of Biotechnology, Vol.10(6), 50-56, 2015.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Noninvasive blood glucose assay utilizing a newly designed biosensor system based on modulated ultrasound and infrared technique’, International Journal of Diabetes for developing countries, (Under Review).
    • Sanjay Saxena, Neeraj Sharma, Shiru Sharma, “Multithreaded Approach for Registration of Medical Images using Mutual Information in Multicore Environment and Its Applications in Medical Imaging” in International Journal of Computer Application, IJCA, New York, USA, 113(3):23-32, March 2015.
    • Sanjay Saxena, Shiru Sharma and Neeraj Sharma “Parallel Image Processing Techniques, Benefits and Limitations” in Asian Journal of Information Technology, Medwells Publications, in Press. (Accepted for Publication) 
    • Sanjay Saxena, Shiru Sharma and Neeraj Sharma “An Automated System for Atlas Based Multiple Organ Segmentation of Abdominal CT images” in IAENG International Journal of Computer Science. In Press (Accepted for Publications).
    • Saxena S., Sharma N., Sharma S., “A Significant Approach for Implementing Parallel Image Processing using MATLAB with Java Threads and Its Implementation in Segmentation using Otsu’s-Method-in-Multi-Core-Environment” in-International Journal of Applied Engineering and Research, Vol. 10, No 17, pp. 37651 – 37657, 2015.
    • Sanjay Saxena, Shiru Sharma and Neeraj Sharma “An Intelligent Parallel System for Segmenting abdominal CT images using atlas based allocation from Spine” in Journal of Healthcare Engineering, in Press. (Accepted for Publication).
    • Saxena S., Sharma N., Sharma S., “Parallel Image Processing Techniques, Benefits and Limitations” in Research Journal of Applied Science, Engineering & Technology in Press (Accepted for Publication).
    • Saxena S., Sharma N., Sharma S., “Parallel Computing in Genetic Algorithm (GA) with The Parallel Solution of n Queen’s Problem Based on GA in Multicore Architecture”in International Journal of Applied Engineering and Research, Vol 10, No 17, pp. 37707–37716, 2015.
    • Ankitkajaria, Neeraj Sharma, Shiru Sharma, Satyajit Pradhan, Lalit.M.Aggarwal, “Monte Carlo calculation of 6 MV Varian Linac photon beam spectral characteristics using the BEAM code” communicated to Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (American association of physicists in medicine.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Estimation of fasting Blood glucose levels by invasive and indigenously developed noninvasive technology and its correlation with the glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) biomarker in healthy and diabetic subjects’, Research Journal of Biotechnology, Vol. 9(12), December, 2014, pp.64-71.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Prospective Analysis of Developing Noninvasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Biosensors for Diabetic population’, Bioscience Biotechnology Research Asia, December 2014. Vol. 11(3), December, 2014, pp.593-602.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘The role of amplitude modulated ultrasonic standing waves in noninvasive blood glucose level detections’, Advances in Bio Research, Vol 5 (4) December 2014, pp.103-109.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S.,  ‘Five days daily sessions of noninvasive blood glucose level predictions based on amplitude modulated ultrasound and infrared technique over a healthy and diabetic subject’, Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol.5.Ver. IV , Sep-Oct, 2014, pp-34-41.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘The potential application of amplitude modulated ultrasound with Infrared Technique for blood glucose level determination in non invasive manner’. Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal, Vol.7, No.1, June, 2014 , pp.195-206.
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘Measurement of Glucose Concentration using Amplitude Modulated Ultrasound with Infrared Technique in Intralipid Phantoms and Human Whole Blood mixed intralipid phantom of Healthy and Diabetic Subjects’, Bioscience Biotechnology Research Asia, August 2014. Vol. 11(2), 593-602 (2014).
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘Determination of glucose concentration in various optical phantoms by indigenously developed ultrasound collaborated infrared technology’, Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal, Vol. 7(2), 727-736 (2014).
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘Prospective utilization of Modulated Ultrasound with Infrared unit to predict three different ranges of known glucose concentration levels in various human whole blood mixed intralipid samples and its performance evaluation by Clarke and Parkes Error Grid Analysis’, Adv. Biores., Vol 5 (4) December 2014:131-139.
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘The viability of Intralipid optical phantom for developing noninvasive blood glucometer’. Adv. Biores., Vol 5 (4) December 2014: 80-87.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘The influence of blood glucose level upon the transport of light in diabetic and non-diabetic subjects’. International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research, 4(5), May, 2013 pp.306-316.
    • Chowdhury, M.K., Srivastava, A., Sharma, N., Sharma, S., ‘Challenges & Countermeasures in Optical Noninvasive Blood Glucose Detection’, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET), Vol.2, Issue 1, Jan, 2013., pp.324-329.
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘Blood Glucose Monitoring Using Non Invasive Optical Method: Design Limitations and Challenges’, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE),Vol. 2, Issue 1, Jan 2013, pp.615-620.
    • Srivastava, A., Chowdhury, M.K., Sharma, S., Sharma, N., ‘Optical Clearance Effect Determination of Glucose by near Infrared Technique: An Experimental Study using An Intralipid Based Tissue Phantom’, International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 6 Issue 3, pp. 1097-1108, July 2013.
    • Sanjay Saxena, Neeraj Sharma, Shiru Sharma, “Image processing tasks using parallel computing in multicore architecture & its application in medical imaging ” in international journal of advance research in computer and communication in engineering(IJARCCE), Vol. 2, issue 4, April 2013.
    • Sanjay Saxena, Neeraj Sharma and Shiru Sharma , “Region wise processing of an image using multithreading in multi core environment & its application in medical imaging”, in International journal of Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET).Volume:4,Issue:4,Pages:20-30, 2013.
    • A. Srivastava, Md. K. Chowdhury, S. Sharma, N. Sharma, ‘Optical Clearance Effect Determination of Glucose by near Infrared Technique: An Experimental Study using An Intralipid Based Tissue Phantom’, International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 6 Issue 3, pp. 1097-1108, July 2013. (Impact factor 0.86).
    • A.Srivastava, Md.K.Chowdhury, S.Sharma, N.Sharma, “Blood Glucose Monitoring Using Non Invasive Optical Method: Design Limitations and Challenges”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronicsand Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE), Vol. 2, issue 1, Jan 2013, pp.615-620. (Impact factor 1.686).
    • Anuj Srivastava, MdKoushik Chowdhury, Shiru Sharma, Neeraj Sharma, “Optical Clearance Effect Determination Of Glucose By Near Infrared Technique: An Experimental Study Using An Intralipid Based Tissue Phantom”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology, Vol. 6, Issue 3, pp 1097-1108, July 2013.
    • Neeraj Sharma, and Shiru Sharma, ‘Bio-inspired optimization techniques and their application to biomedical engineering’, Indian journal of industrial and applied mathematics, Vol. 3 No. 1, pp 114-127, (2012).
    • Shiru Sharma, RanjanaPatnaik, Neeraj Sharma, and Tiwari, J.P. ‘Simulated annealing based PSO with adaptive jump strategy for modelling of dynamic cerebral pressure auto regulation’, International Journal of Bio-Inspired Computation, Vol. 3  No. 4, pp 225-237, (2011). [Cited by 9]
    • Shiru Sharma, RanjanaPatnaik, Sharma, Neeraj, and Tiwari, J.P. ‘Modelling of dynamic cerebral pressure autoregulation using sequential genetic algorithm’, Int. J. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Optimisation, Vol.1,No.4, pp 299-315, (2010).
    • Neeraj Sharma, Amit K Ray, Shiru Sharma, KK Shukla, Satyajit Pradhan, Lalit M Aggarwal,‘Segmentation of medical images using Simulated Annealing Based Fuzzy C Means algorithm’, International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp 260-278, (2009). [Cited by 8]
    • Neeraj Sharma, Amit K Ray, Shiru Sharma, KK Shukla, Satyajit Pradhan, Lalit M Aggarwal, ‘Segmentation and classification of medical images using texture-primitive features: Application of BAM-type artificial neural network’, Journal of Medical Physics, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp 119-126, (2008).  (Impact factor 0.754) [Cited by 36]
    Period Sponsoring Organization Title of Project Amount of Grant PI, Co-PI or
    Co-Investigator
     
    March 2014 to March 2015 IIT, BHU sprouting Grant Development of optical technique based non-invasive blood glucose meter. 15,00,000.00 Co PI
    March 2015-2016 IIT BHU, under Institute Research Project Grant
     
    Electromyography feedback for Backache patient 14,50,000.00 PI
    Ongoing Design Innovation Centre - BHU & IIT (BHU) Varanasi
     
    Development of EMG Controlled Prosthetic Hand 4,00,000.00 PI
    S.No. Name Year of Completion Title of Thesis Co-guides (if any)
    1. Md. Koushik Chowdhury  Awarded Noninvasive blood glucose measurement using modulated ultrasound and infrared light Supervisor Name Dr. Neeraj Sharma.
    Co-supervisor Name:
    Dr.Shiru Sharma.
     
    2. Anuranjeeta 
     
    Submitted Bio-Image Analysis Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    Co-supervisor Name: Dr. K. K. Shukla.
    3. Sanjay Saxena  Awarded Embedding parallelism in image processing techniques using multi core environment with its applications in medical imaging Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    Co-supervisor Name: Dr. Neeraj Sharma.
     
    4. Anuj Srivastava  Awarded Optical phantom based in-vitro study for developing non-invasive blood glucose monitoring technique using modulated ultrasound and infrared light Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
     
    5. Hemlata Shakya Pursuing Bio Feedback Design Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
     
    6. Alok Prakash Pursuing Modelling and control of Prosthetic limb Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    7. Romel Bhattacharjee Pursuing Fusion and Co-registration of medical images. Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    Co-supervisor Name: Dr. Ashish Verma
    8. Taresh Sarvesh Sharan Pursuing Application of Raman Spectroscopy and Multi-variate signal analysis for biomarker detection Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    9. Nitesh Singh Malan Pursuing Brain Computer Interface Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma.
    10. Alok Tiwari Pursuing Early detection of ischemic stroke using image processing Supervisor Name: Dr. Shiru Sharma Co-supervisor Name: Dr. Ranjana Patnaik