NSHM Knowledge Campus in association with The Institution of Engineers, Durgapur Local Center, is organizing a seminar on Digital Mixed and Biomedical Signal Processing on the 9th of April 2019.
About the Seminar:
The objective of the Seminar is to create a common platform for knowledge exchange through the discussion related to digital Signal processing and mixed signal processing and its application in the field of future technologies and its application related to communication industries. Signal processing is a subfield of mathematics, information, and electrical engineering that concerns the analysis, synthesis, and modification of signals, which are broadly defined as functions conveying information about the behavior or attributes of some phenomenon, such as sound, images, and biological measurements. In real-life applications, mixed-signal designs are everywhere, for example, a smart mobile phone and medical science. This seminar will help the researcher in the domain of advanced signal processing and mixed signal processing and biomedical signal processing.
Fields of Interest:
1. Advanced Signal Processing
2. Mixed Signal Processing
3. Bio-signal processing
4. Futuristic Application of Signal Processing
1. Mixed signal processing and IC
2. Biomedical Instrumentation, Bio-signal, and Device innovation
3. DFT- useful tool in Digital Signal Processing
4. Applications of Digital Signal Processing
Distinguished faculty from renowned universities will be making addresses in this event. You can look forward to speeches from:
Dr. Abhirup Das Barman
Faculty in the Dept. of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta, Dr. Barman has worked as a visiting researcher at the CNIT Photonic Networks National Laboratory, Pisa, Italy, a researcher in Aalborg University, Denmark in the Dept. of Electronic Systems and a visiting researcher at Limerick University Ireland, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering under Erasmus Mundus European Union scholarship. He is currently researching Microwave Photonics and signal to process in communication.
Dr. P.K. Ghosh
Having served as faculty in many renowned institutions, Dr. Ghosh is a professor in Techno International New Town. With various books and over a hundred research papers under his belt, he is a lifetime member of Indian Society for Technical Education and Senior Member of IEEE.
Dr. Ashis Kumar Mal
With more than 60 published research papers under his belt, Dr. Mal is a professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NIT Durgapur. With a special interest in Numer Sequences, his research areas include Analog / Mixed Signal VLSI (AMS), Digital Assisted Analog (DAA), Embedded System Design and Mathematical Sequences.
Dr. Aniruddha Chandra
Having served as a visiting lecturer at Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok and a Marie Curie fellow at the Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic, Dr. Chandra is a professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NIT Durgapur. He has had over 80 research papers published and was even the co-recipient of the best short paper award at IEEE VNC 2014 held in Paderborn, Germany.
The day-long event is set to take place in the Seminar Hall, Administrative block, NSHM Knowledge Campus, Durgapur.