Karabi Biswas’s research interests are “Sensor development”, “Instrument system design” and “Study of fractional order systems”.
She is one of the earliest scientists who could realize a fractional order element with tunable parameters. The device is a low cost one and can be easily manufactured which makes it a potential candidate to become the fourth element in electrical circuits apart from the existing resistor, capacitor and inductor. The other notable feature of the device is that it can be used as a sensor to sense the ionic property of liquid medium. She has successfully used in-house developed fractional order element to develop fractional order differentiator, integrator, filters which contributes to the development of a parallel branch in mathematics and engineering comprising of fractional order differential equations.
She is instrumental in developing multidisciplinary research in electrical engineering.
Her research on fractional order element now extends to the analysis of origination of its fractional order behavior, its customization and its packaging which require in-depth knowledge in physics, chemistry, material science and engineering. The main vision of the research is to develop a commercially viable element which will be considered as the fourth element in electrical engineering apart from the existing resistor, capacitor and inductor.
She also plans to develop low cost instrumentation system using the device as a sensor for health care and environmental monitoring. In the process she is connecting with various stakeholders like industry, other (national/international) universities, funding agencies; graduate students to develop a new area in science and engineering comprising fractional order system.
For details: http://www.facweb.iitkgp.ac.in/~karabi/SensorsDevelopementGroup.htm
Development and Demonstration of Integrated Instrumentation System for Quantitative Detection of Water Contaminants with Information Database for Surveillance of Waterborne Diseases Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Development and Demonstration of Integrated Instrumentation System for Quantitative Detection of Water Contaminants with Information Database for Surveillance of Waterborne Diseases Department of Science and Technology(DST)
Development of Polymer Coated CPE Sensors for Automated Quality Monitoring of Water Used for Drinking and Agriculture Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)
Nano-electronics Network for Research and Applications (NNetRA)- IIT Kharagpur (DST Part) Department of Science and Technology(DST)
Nano-electronics Network for Research and Application (NNetRA)- IIT Kharagpur (MEITY Part) Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Nanotelectronics Network for Research and Application (NNetRA) - IIT Kharagpur Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Centre of excellence for training and research in Microfluidics IIT KHARAGPUR
Area of Research: Multi modal characterisation of tissues and cells in wound healing and cancer as well as under interventions
Area of Research: Design of Electrowetting on Dielectric Based Microfliuidic Device
Dina Anna John
Area of Research: Design and Development of Fractional Order Element
Arpit Sourav Mohapatra
Area of Research: Instrumentation Engineering
Area of Research: measurement techniques
Area of Research: Sensor and Instrumentation
Area of Research: Instrumentation System Design
Pijush Kanti Das
Area of Research: Sensors and Instrumentation
Area of Research: Instrumentation System Deign