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About

I am an experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. I have skills on the fabrication, characterization and implementation of MEMS-based and flexible sensors using a range of microfabrication techniques like Photolithography, 3D printing, Laser Ablation and others. I have received my Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master’s degrees in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Macquarie University, Australia and Massey University, New Zealand. I worked as a lecturer at Dongguan University of Technology, China, from February 2019 to August 2020. I have also earned postdoctoral fellowships at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia and Shandong University, China. I am currently employed as a junior professor at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany.
 

My research interests are in the area of MEMS, flexible sensors, printing technology and nanotechnology-based smart sensors for health, environmental and industrial monitoring applications. My paper, “Wearable Flexible Sensors,” has been one of the top 25 downloaded papers in the IEEE Sensor Journal from June 2017 - September 2018. I have authored and co-authored over 100 research articles in books, journal articles, conference proceedings and book chapters.

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Education

2015 - 2018

School of Engineering, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Engineering with a Doctoral Thesis on 'Printed Flexible Sensors: Fabrication, Characterisation and Implementation'.

2014 - 2015

School of Engineering and Advanced Technology (SEAT), Massey University,
Palmerston North, New Zealand

Master of Science (MS) in Electronics and Computer Systems with a Master's Thesis on 'Smart Home: Enhancement of Sensing Performance and Addition of Health and Safety Features'.

2009 - 2013

Bengal Institute of Technology (BIT), West Bengal University of Technology, West Bengal, India

B. Tech in Electronics and Communication with a Bachelor's Thesis on 'A Method for Water Mark Casting on Digital Images'.

Writing

Awards, Scholarships and Grants

  • Article titled: “Graphene and its sensor-based applications: A Review”, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol.
    270, pp. 177-194, February 2018, has been the most downloaded paper between September 2018 and
    September 2019.

     

  • Article titled: “Wearable Flexible Sensors: A Review”, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 17, No. 13, July 2017, has
    been one of the 25 most downloaded papers between June 2017 and September 2019.

     

  • International Macquarie University Research Scholarship (iMQRES) (August 2016 - July 2018).
     

  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship (July 2015 - July 2016).
     

  • Winner- Best Technical Paper-2015 for the paper titled: “MEMS Based Sensors for Detection of Contamination
    in Water for Home Environment” presented at the Indian Water Works Association Conference- Jan 30- Feb 1,
    2015, Kolkata, India.

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