Venue: Victor Menezes Convention Centre (VMCC) | IIT Bombay Visit http://ieeebombay.org/ibssc2019 for details.
Greetings from IEEE R10 Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC) for the year of 2019-2020. I would like to encourage you and the leading volunteers in... Read More
All Accepted and Presented papers will be submitted for publication to IEEEXplore, which is indexed with world’s leading Abstracting & Indexing (A&I) databases. ... Read More
Savneet Kaur Chhatwal has been selected for the prestigious Richard E Merwin Scholarship of Computer Society. The Scholarship is in recognition of her exemplary... Read More
Introduction In these workshops students will learn the importance of upcoming technologies such as of Embedded System/ IoT/Machine learning, etc and trends for the... Read More
R10 has announced the incentive grants to the Sections/ Council, which have been evaluated by R10 Awards & Recognitions Committee and R10 Operations Committee. ... Read More
5 – 9 January 2019 This conference is a forum for researchers and designers to present and discuss various aspects of VLSI design, EDA,... Read More
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Dr. Satyanarayana did his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from J.N.T.University, Hyderabad and Ph.D. in Physics from IIT Bombay. He is working in the Department of High Energy Physics, TIFR since 1983 – and is currently a Scientific Officer (H). He is also a Visiting Professor at the Applied Science Department of the American College, Madurai. He worked on many major experiments, including a series of underground experiments at Kolar Gold Fields, D-Zero experiment at Fermilab, Chicago and CMS experiment on LHC at CERN, Geneva. Currently, he is fully engaged in building a mega science experiment called ICAL at the proposed India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) near Madurai. He won IEEE Bombay Section’s Outstanding Volunteer Award for 2014 and IEEE Head Quarter’s MGA Achievement Award for 2016. Dr. Satyanarayana has published 200 research papers and proceedings in national and international journals and conferences, besides scores of invited talks.
Ms. Ashwini Kotrashetti is a senior faculty at Dept. of Electronics & Telecommunication Engg, Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai and leads the RF/ Microwave Center of Excellence.
She did her bachelor’s in engineering from Karnataka University and masters in Telecommunications from Mumbai University. She has over 20 years of academic experience and is currently pursuing her doctoral studies, in the field of Microwave Antennas.
She is an IEEE Senior Member, holding positions of Jt. Treasurer IEEE Bombay Section, Secretary of MTT-S Chapter IEEE BS and Immediate Past-Chair of Women In Engineering BS. She is grantee of grantee of the prestigious IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC) project grant for the year 2017 for the project “Comprehensive Development of Tribal Community of Walvanda”. She also is the faculty advisor for IEEE-DBIT MTT-S Chapter and Chair of SIGHT in IEEE-DBIT SB.
Her research interests are RF & Microwave subsystem design and Microwave Biomedical applications. She has experience of working on several real-time industry-sponsored projects and has refereed international publications to her credit.
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