I’m Aniket Chakraborthy from India. I’m a new PhD student under Dr. Anindya Nag, Institute for Acoustics and Speech communication. I have completed my MTech in specialization Product Design and Manufacturing from RV College of Engineering, India in 2021. I did my under graduation in Mechanical Engineering from The Oxford College of Engineering, India in 2019. My master’s thesis was on gas sensors titled “Development of tin oxide/carbon nanotubes nanocomposite for methane gas sensors”.
CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved:
What is your research intrest?
I am interested in the synthesis of nanoparticles, fabrication and characterization of sensors, 3D printing. I would like to work on interdisciplinary projects for innovating new things.
What motivated you to do what you do today?
I am comfortable adapting to new situations and challenges, so a role where I gave a variety in the type of work I am doing, as well as the people I am working with.
How do you spend your spare time?
I’d like various things to do like learning new things from various fields either maybe academics or non-academics, watching movies
Printed, wearable e-skin force sensor array (Journal Article)
In: Measurement, vol. 206, pp. 112348:1–11, 2023.
Carbon nanotubes-doped tin oxide-based thin-film sensors to detect methane gas (Book Section)
In: Suryadevara, Nagender K.; George, Boby; Jayasundera, Krishanthi P.; Roy, Joyanta K.; Mukhopadhyay, Subhas C. (Ed.): Sensing Technology – Proceedings of ICST 2022, vol. 886, pp. 191–201, Springer, 2022.