Bikram Pal Kaur

Work place: Deptt. of IT, Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran, Mohali, Punjab, India



Research Interests: Parallel Computing, Enterprise Information System, Multimedia Information System


Dr.Bikram Pal Kaur is a Professor Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran,Mohali. She holds the degrees of B.Tech.,M.Tech,M.Phil.,Ph.D in the Computer Engg from Punjabi University, Patiala. She has more than 21 years of teaching experience and served many academic institutions. She is an active Researcher who has supervised many B.Tech, M.Tech/ Research Projects, M.Tech. Disserations and also guiding Ph.D to seven scholars . She has contributed more than 38 articles in various national/ international conferences and 34 papers in research Journals. Her areas of interest are Information System, ERP and Parallel Computing.

Author Articles
Optimization Techniques for Resource Provisioning and Load Balancing in Cloud Environment: A Review

By Amanpreet Kaur Bikram Pal Kaur Dheerendra Singh

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2017

Cloud computing is an emerging technology which provides unlimited access of versatile resources to users. The multifaceted and dynamic aspects of cloud computing require efficient and optimized techniques for resource provisioning and load balancing. Cloud monitoring is required identifying overutilized and underutilized of physical machines which hosting Virtual Machines (VMs). Load balancing is necessary for efficient and effective utilization of resources. Most of the authors have taken the objective to reduce the makespan for executing requests on multiple VMs. In this paper, a thorough review on scheduling and load balancing techniques has been done and different techniques have been analyzed on the basis of SLA Violations, CPU utilization, energy consumption and cost parameters.

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CoAP Protocol for Constrained Networks

By Manveer Joshi Bikram Pal Kaur

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2015

This paper discusses the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP), an application layer protocol introduced by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Constrained RESTful environment (CoRE) Working Group for use with low power and resource constrained nodes in the internet of things. The paper discusses the CoAP architecture supported with suitable examples. CoAP protocol message format, types, methods and security feature is also discussed. In this paper, we present a CoAP based car parking system implemented using Contiki, an open source operating system for resource constrained device. The Cooper (Cu) CoAP user agent for Firefox browser is used for handling CoAP URI scheme.

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