Publications

Volunteers in the Smart City: Comparison of Contribution Strategies on Human-Centered Measures
Bennati, Stefano & Dusparic, Ivana & Shinde, Rhythima & Jonker, Catholijn. (2018). Sensors. 18. 3707. 10.3390/s18113707.

Investigating the attainment of open government data objectives: Is there a mismatch between objectives and results?
Zuiderwijk, Anneke & Shinde, Rhythima & Janssen, Marijn. (2018). International Review of Administrative Sciences. 002085231773911. 10.1177/0020852317739115.

Data Mining Algorithms for Improving the Efficiency of Governance in Dynamic Social Systems: Case Study of Indian Caste and Tribe Reservations
Shinde, Rhythima & Jafino, Bramka & kokosia, Paraskevi & Berg, Jan. (2017).

Transfer of Healthcare Financing Policy from the United Kingdom to India
Shinde, Rhythima & Jafino, Bramka & Rataj, Michal. (2017).

Applying Bayesian game theory to analyse cyber risks of bank transaction systems.
Shinde, Rhythima & Berg, Jan & van den Veeken, Pieter & van Schooten, Stijn. (2016). 10.1109/CAST.2016.7914945.

Ransomware: Studying transfer and mitigation
Shinde, Rhythima & Van der Veeken, Pieter & Van Schooten, Stijn & Berg, Jan. (2016). 90-95. 10.1109/CAST.2016.7914946.

Analysis of the Turkish Education System: A System Dynamics Approach on Dropouts and Deficiencies in Job Market
Shinde, Rhythima & Kaynak, Duygu. (2016).


Conferences

May 2019: International Industrial Ecology: Socio-Economic Metabolism, Berlin (Germany)

Jun 2018: Gordon Research Conference on Industrial Ecology, Les Diableretes (Switzerland)

Dec 2016: IEEE Conference on Computing, Analytics and Security Trends, Pune (India)

Dec 2016: Techno Societal: Advanced technologies for societal applications, Pandharpur (India)

Aug 2016: International System Dynamics Conference, Delft (Netherlands)


Thesis

Apr 2018: Automation mechanisms for market models: Case study to reduce discrimination in energy trading

Cultural discrimination creates an unfair market for the poor and lower caste producers. This thesis was aimed at modeling such markets through agent based modeling, and introduce different automation mechanisms, namely local mediation, and bid splitting to prevent the effects of discrimination in energy trading.

Aug 2017: Institutional Innovation: Case study of sustenance of solar electrification projects in Rural India,

Given the dynamics of rural communities of India, how can socio-technical systems of solar electrification be sustained? This project develops an institutional innovation framework that helps answer this question. The framework is conceptualized and operationalized to understand that how the institutions around these factors can be changed by the community and individual actions in such socio-technical innovations and infrastructure systems. 


Projects

Apr 2018 - ongoing: Shrinking Housing Environment Footprint (SHEF)

NRP73 Project on Swiss Sustainable economy: Material flow and demand consumption modeling to reduce housing environmental footprint by space, building and equipment efficiency.

Jan 2017 - Apr 2018: Computational analysis of social effects in energy trading in rural India

The project involves modeling and empirical analysis of the solar energy trading projects in rural context of developing countries. The aim is to understand the social (economical and institutional) dynamics involved by providing:

  • Policy recommendations with empirical research on the various energy trading projects at micro/nano grid level and development of theoretical framework to incorporate the social factors. 

  • Computer Science (agent based) model to understand the effects via agent based modelling and minimize the effects among of societal norms for energy trading.

Dec 2015 - Dec 2017: Open data objectives for government and researchers

Understanding if the open government data initiatives are meeting their goals worldwide by studying the motivations and de-motivations of opening data among researchers.