Welcome to IEEE Project Centre in Chennai, where innovation knows no bounds. Our journey through the world of technology continues with the exploration of our 2014-2015 mobile computing projects. In this dynamic era of mobile computing, we take immense pride in presenting a collection of projects that exemplify cutting-edge solutions, creativity, and forward-thinking. The year 2014-2015 marked a pivotal period in the mobile computing industry, and our center was at the forefront, contributing to advancements that have since become industry standards.

The 2014-2015 mobile computing projects at IEEE Project Centre in Chennai are a testament to our unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. Our team of dedicated experts, researchers, and engineers embarked on a journey to address the most pressing challenges in mobile computing while also exploring opportunities for innovation. As a result, our portfolio is a treasure trove of projects that have made significant impacts, not only within the industry but also in the daily lives of users. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast, a student looking for inspiration, or a business seeking collaboration, our projects offer invaluable insights and possibilities.

Within this curated collection, you’ll discover a diverse array of 2014-2015 mobile computing projects that span various aspects of this ever-evolving field. From groundbreaking mobile applications that have transformed how we interact with our devices to pioneering research in mobile hardware optimization, our projects embody the spirit of progress and innovation. Join us in exploring the future of mobile computing through the lens of our 2014-2015 projects at IEEE Project Centre in Chennai, where every project is a step towards revolutionizing technology.

SNO Projects List
1 Mobile Computing is a technology that allows transmission of data, voice and video via a computer or any other wireless enabled device without having to be connected to a fixed physical link. The main concept involves ?
2 Mobile communication
3 The mobile communication in this case, refers to the infrastructure put in place to ensure that seamless and reliable communication goes on.
4 Mobile Hardware
5 Mobile hardware includes mobile devices or device components that receive or access the service of mobility
7 Mobile software
8 Mobile software is the actual program that runs on the mobile hardware.
9 PSMPA: Patient Self-Controllable and Multi-Level Privacy-Preserving Cooperative
10 Enabling Fine-grained Multi-keyword Search Supporting Classified
11 A Secure and Dynamic Multi keyword Ranked Search Scheme over Encrypted cloud
12 Real-time Twitter sentiment analysis with Stream Analytics
13 COMIC Cost Optimization for Internet Content Multihoming
14 Discovery of Ranking Fraud for Mobile Apps
15 Query Aware Determinization of Uncertain Objects
16 RRW – A Robust and Reversible Watermarking Technique for Relational Data
17 Combining Multiple Classification Methods for Hyperspectral Data Interpretation
18 A Secure Data Hiding Technique in Compressed Video Using a Secret Key
19 Steganography Using Reversible Texture Synthesis
20 Robust Watermarking Techniques For Color Images
21 Authenticated Key Exchange Protocols for Parallel Network File Systems
22 Assessment In Wireless Sensor Network Security
23 Energy aware Load Balancing and Application Scaling for the Cloud
24 Universal Network Coding-Based Opportunistic Routing for Unicast
25 Behavior Rule Specification-Based Intrusion Detection for Safety Critical Medical Cyber Physical
26 Friendbook: A Semantic-Based Friend Recommendation System for Social Networks
27 Continuous and Transparent User Identity Verification for Secure Internet
28 Key-Recovery Attacks on KIDS, a Keyed Anomaly Detection System