Name

Project Title

Funding Agency

Amount in lakhs/period

Dr Somnath Ghosh (PI)

Application specific specialty optical fibers and towards 1D random lasers in disordered optical lattices

Department of Science and Technology (DST), India

Rs. 35 lacs

Dr Abhirup Das Barman (PI)

Mobile Broadband Service Support over Cognitive Radio Networks

ITRA, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, India 2013

Rs 137.56 lacs

Dr. Soma Barman (PI)

Electrical Network Modeling of Biological System and its Application in Genetic Disease Diagnosis

SERB, DST

Rs. 31 lacs

Prof. P. K. Basu (PI) & Prof. N. R. Das (Co-PI)

Physics and modeling of Si nanophotonic devices

DST,

~ 12 lakhs
2007-2010

Prof. S. S.De/
Dr. Bijay Bandyopadhyay

Monitoring Global Electricity Parameters

Indian Space Research Organization

Rs. 35, 06,558
01.04.2007 (3 yrs)

Prof. S.S. De (PI) and Dr. B. Bandyopadhyay
(Co-PI)

Monitoring Global Electricity Parameters

ISRO

Rs: 27.48 lakhs
Duration : 3 years

Prof. A. Maitra

Radio Remote Sensing of the Tropical Atmosphere (Phase II)
     

ISRO,  Department of Space, Government of India, Bangalore

Rs. 14.83 lakhs
2007 -2010

Prof. A. Maitra

Studies on tropical rain and atmospheric water content using ground based  measurements and satellite data related to Megha Tropiques Mission

SAC, ISRO

Rs. 29.34 lakhs
2007-2010

Prof. A. Maitra

Studies on Water Vapour and Cloud Liquid Water using Radiometers and Related  Rain/Fog Environment at High Altitude Station at Darjeeling

DST, Government of India, under IRHPA Scheme through Bose Institute, Kolkata, 2005-2010.

 

Dr. Ashik Paul

A study on the variability of total electron content near the crest of the equatorial anomaly in the Indian zone

ISRO,

7 lakhs
Feb. 2006 – 3   years

Prof. A. Dasgupta

Operation of SCINDA Receiver at the University of Calcutta

 

Department of the Air Force, Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development (AOARD), Japan

US$6900.00 (~Rs. 2.95 lacs)
(2008-2009)

Prof. A. Dasgupta

Ionospheric Space Weather in relation to Satellite Based Systems

ISRO

Rs. 33.05 lacs
2007-2010

Prof. A. Dasgupta & Dr. Ashik Paul

Detection of Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances (TIDs) associated with the solar eclipses of July 22, 2009 and January 15, 2010 by GPS TEC monitoring

Indian Space Research Organization

2 years (2009-2011)
Total Fund: Rs. 2.70 lacs

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Ionospheric Space Weather in relation to satellite-based   systems

Indian Space Research Organization

3 years (2007-2010)
Total Fund: Rs. 33.05 lacs

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A Study on variability of post-sunset Total Electron Content and scintillation near the crest of the Equatorial Anomaly in the Indian Zone

Indian Space Research Organization

3 years (2009-2012)
Total Fund: Rs. 9.43 lacs

Dr. Soumya Pandit

Statistical Modeling, Design and Optimization of Nano CMOS Analog/RF Circuits,

Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Calcutta,

Initially for 1 years, likely to continue for 3 years.
Amount = Rs 2.00 lakh + salary of 1 SRF.

Dr. Soumya Pandit

Development of a design automation tool for nano CMOS analog circuits

Department of Science and Technology under Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists  

3 years,
12.12 lakhs.

Dr. Abhijit Biswas

Modeling and studies of nano CMOS devices based on strauined Si, Ge and their alloys including novel device architectures

Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Calcutta

Initially for 1 years, likely to continue for 3 years. Amount = Rs 2.00 lakh + salary of 1 SRF.

Dr.Bratati Mukhopdhyay

Physics and Modeling of Some Emerging Nanophotonic Devices for Application in Infrared Wavelength Regime

Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Calcutta

Initially for 1 years, likely to continue for 3 years.
Amount = Rs 2.00 lakh + salary of 1 SRF.

Prof. Susanta Sen
Co-investigators:
1. Prof. D. J. Chattopadhyay, Dept. of Biotechnology
2. Dr. Sanatan Chattopadhyay, Dept. of Electronic Sc.

“Design and Implementation of Digital Microfluidic Based Chips for Biomedical Applications”

Department of Information Technology, Govt. of West Bengal through WBEIDC

3 years from July 2009
Rs. 1.00 crore

Dr. Anirban Bhattacharya

Development of solar blind photodetectors based on AlGaN nanostructures for flame sensing

Center for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Calcutta,

Duration: 1 year, 2009-2010, amount 2 Lakhs

Dr. Pranab K. Karmakar

Evaluation of  Rainfall  Estimation  over South America  

Govt .of  Brazil