Prof. G R Sinha
Myanmar Institute of Information Technology Mandalay, Myanmar
Research Area: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Title: Study of Cognitive Ability of Human Brain
Abstract: Cognitive ability is capability of human being is how does he/she recall; memorize; reconnect; recollect; identify; and classify various objects and persons. Neuroscientists and other researchers have been attempting to study intricacies of human brain to assess its abilities but much has not been accomplished significantly. This lecture aims at highlighting scope and impact of study of assessment of cognitive ability of human brain. We trained thousands of facial images into our image database. Deep learning along with manual process was used in face recognition task done for real time applications. The cognitive ability assessment and inference for different age group and gender was carried out and study of reaction time is also studied. A sample size of 1380 persons was tested in real time deep learning based face recognition. Response time and correct identification were recorded that shows potent research scope of deep learning in assessment of cognitive ability of human brain at large scale. The cognitive ability of women was found more than that of women; and also more in children as compared to adult.
Prof. Rajveer S. Yaduvanshi
Professor and Director EQDC (S), AIACTR, Delhi
Research Area: NDRA, Sensors, RF, Microwave Systems, Dielectric Resonator Antennas, Embedded Systems
Title: Rectangular DRA design and applications
Abstract: The nano dielectric resonator antenna operates at very small wave lengths i.e. nanometers. Switching from microwave (1 GHz to 100 GHz) to optical frequency can provide large bandwidth and compact size devices. These are different from patch antennas. DRA has more advantages and capabilities in terms of performance parameters.
Magnetic dipoles are generated due to slot structure and input excitation. The resonant modes are field pattern formed by formation of magnetic or electric dipoles. The echoes formed inside DRA can generate higher order harmonics of fundamental frequency of input excitation. These echoes are called as higher order modes. Fundamental modes has lowest resonant frequency. higher order modes has higher frequency and less bandwidth with high directivity. Controlling resonant higher order modes can be used for wide band designing by mode merging and multi band generation by mode shifting and obtaining higher gain by using higher order operating frequency.
The terahertz frequency has advantage of smaller wavelength. Graphene substrate has fascinating electrical and optical non linear properties at THz. The DRA can be represented by a parallel RLC circuit. NDRA are used for 5G applications.
Assis. Prof. I.Rexiline sheeba
Sathyabama Institute of science and Technology, Tamillnadu, India
Title: Implementation of wearable Flexible microstrip
antenna for health care diagnosis
Abstract: The research work focus on to design, analyse, fabricate and to implement the microstrip antenna antennas for WLAN bio medical applications. Several techniques can be investigated and incorporated in the application of bio medical.. When designing flexible textile microstrip antennas for bio medical wireless communications, it is necessary to have a microstrip antenna that is able to be integrated with clothing and of compact size with less radiation