Arup Lal Chakraborty
Gandhinagar - 382355
Email: arup AT iitgn.ac.in
Chandan wins the INAE Young Innovator & Entrepreneur Award 2021
The INAE Young Innovator & Entrepreneur Award is awarded every year by the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) to encourage and recognise innovation and entrepreneurship among young engineers. Chandan won this years award for his excellent doctoral thesis that describes the development of a fiber Bragg grating-based glove that can measure the flexure of ten finger joints simultaneously. The glove is interfaced to a virtual reality (VR) environment in which the movement of the fingers is picked up in real-time. The work also led to several excellent publications and a patent. He is by far the youngest of the four awardees this year. The award will be conferred on him at the INAE Annual Convention to be conducted online during 15-17 Dec 2021.
Anirban wins the DRDO Dare to Dream 2.0 Innovation Contest
Another delightful piece of news about a very important former member of the lab. Anirban has been adjudged a winner in the DRDO Dare to Dream 2.0 Innovation Contest. He received the award from the Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh and the DRDO Chairman Dr G Satheesh Reddy at DRDO Bhawan, New Delhi on 4 Oct 2021.
Chandan wins the Gold Medal for Outstanding Innovation at the 10th Convocation of IITGN
Dr Ramya joins NIT Raipur as Assistant Professor
We are delighted to announce this very significant accomplishment for Dr Ramya who joined the lab a year ago as an Early Career Fellow of IITGN having done her PhD from IIT Madras. During the Covid-interrupted year she worked very hard on the development of a multiplexed fiber-optic TDLAS setup for multipoint gas leak detection. She was also a very popular tutor in the 1st year course ES104 Introduction to Analog and Digital Electronics. She leaves the lab a better place than it was when she joined. That is what matters in the end.
Delighted you came Ramya! We wish you a very bright future!!
Arup awarded the Distinguished International Associate award of the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK
The award will allow him to undertake collaborative research with Prof Ken Grattan, City University of London over a period of 2 years starting March 2021.
The collaboration will be intensified through another project titled "Novel laser-based monitoring of key environmental parameters – addressing well-being, livelihood and a healthier environment in developing regions of India" in which a UAV-based laser spectroscopic system will be developed to monitor greenhouse gas emissions in urban and rural India