Dr. Amitesh Kumar - Biosensors - Best Researcher Award ūüŹÜ

National Institute of Technology Patna - India

Professional Profiles

Early Academic Pursuits

His academic journey commenced with a strong foundation in Electrical Engineering at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, BHU, where he completed his B.Tech degree. During this time, he demonstrated exceptional aptitude and dedication, achieving a notable CPI of 7.4. His undergraduate project, focused on the study of Cluster-Based Routing Protocol for Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANETS), underscored his early interest in innovative technologies and their practical applications. Under the guidance of esteemed professors like Prof. S.C. Gupta, he delved into the intricacies of electrical engineering, laying the groundwork for his future endeavors in research and academia.

Professional Endeavors

Following his undergraduate studies, he pursued his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Indore, where he continued to explore his passion for semiconductor devices and their applications in various fields, including Memory, Solar Cells, Biosensors, and Power Electronics. His postdoctoral research at the University of Utah, USA, and the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, further honed his expertise and exposed him to cutting-edge developments in his field. His professional journey also includes his current role as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering at the National Institute of Technology, Patna, where he imparts knowledge and mentorship to aspiring engineers.

Contributions and Research Focus in Biosensors

His research interests span a wide spectrum of semiconductor devices, with a particular focus on their applications in Memory, Solar Cells, Biosensors, and Power Electronics. His pioneering work in neuromorphic computing and synaptic devices has garnered significant attention, with several publications in reputed SCI journals, including IEEE Transactions. Notably, his recent work on dual metal gate-based artificial synapse for enhanced plasticity showcases his innovative approach to device engineering and its potential impact on future computing technologies.

Accolades and Recognition 

Throughout his career, he has received numerous accolades and recognition for his outstanding contributions to the field of electrical engineering. His research prowess and academic achievements have been acknowledged through awards such as the Research Fellow awardee from CSIR, Govt. of India, as well as multiple research awards for Best Presentation, DST & CSIR International Travel Support, among others. His publications in reputed SCI journals and acceptance of his work in IEEE Transactions further validate his expertise and influence in the academic community.

Impact and Influence

His research and scholarly contributions have had a profound impact on the field of semiconductor devices and their applications. Through his innovative research endeavors and mentorship of PhD students, he has not only expanded the boundaries of knowledge but has also inspired future generations of researchers and engineers. His collaborations with leading institutions and involvement in projects funded by organizations like DST and ISRO highlight his significant influence in advancing technological innovation and academic excellence.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As he continues his academic and research journey, his legacy is marked by a commitment to excellence, innovation, and collaboration. His contributions to the field of semiconductor devices, particularly in areas such as biosensors and neuromorphic computing, are poised to shape the future of technology and have a transformative impact on various industries. Through his ongoing research endeavors, mentorship, and leadership, he remains dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge and driving technological innovation for the betterment of society.


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Notable Publications

Amitesh Kumar | Biosensors | Best Researcher Award

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