Faculty members and students in this group are actively involved in the following research areas: materials for fuel cells and rechargeable batteries, FET-based sensor devices, quantum-dots (QDs) based novel optoelectronic materials, magnetic nano-materials for spintronics applications, Biosensors and third generation solar cells.
Prof. G. D. Sharma, Dr. Amit Neogi, Dr. Somnath Biswas, Dr. Subhyan Biswas, Dr. Manish Kumar Singh
An ongoing project to develop an instrumental setup to detect the temporal variation of the vibration in the pulse and find out the cardiac volume accurately through some theoretical calculation. Some research study has been done in Kirlian photography and GDV images. Kirlian photography is a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges. The purpose of study is to diagnose some serious diseases in a non invasive way. Presently we are trying to understand the working of myoelectric arms to suggest a better and improved design. A myoelectric arm uses electromyography signals from voluntarily contracted muscles within a person's residual limb on the surface of the skin to control the movements of elbow flexion, wrist rotation or hand opening/closing of the fingers.
Dr. Amit Neogi
Last Updated : 27/12/2014
Designed and developed by MS