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Anindya Nag

Anindya Nag has completed B. Tech. Degree from West Bengal University of Technology, India in 2013, M.S. degree at Massey University, New Zealand in 2015 and Ph.D. degree from Macquarie University, Australia, in 2018. He has obtained postdoctoral fellowship experiences from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia and Shandong University, Jinan, China. He is currently employed as a junior profressor in Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany. His research interests are in the area of MEMS, flexible sensors, printing technology and nanotechnology-based smart sensors for health, environmental and industrial monitoring applications. His paper, “Wearable Flexible Sensors,” has been one of the top 25 downloaded papers in the IEEE Sensor Journal from June 2017- September 2018. Dr. Nag has authored and co-authored over 70 research articles, including books, journal articles, conference proceedings and book chapters.

CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved in:
TP1…5; K1…4, U1…3

Further questions:

What do you value most about your work at CeTI?

There are few things which makes CeTI stand when compared to other institutes. The range of intellectual experience and excellence allows the students and staffs to gain a lot of knowledge in the subject matter. The range of interdisciplinary projects implemented here is also very high, which helps everyone to have a realistic approach in their research. CeTI also has collaboration with many industrial projects that are working to develop devices and algorithms at the highest level. CeTI also provides a very positive working ambiance that helps the researchers to work constructively with each other.

What was your best moment at CeTI so far?

Not applicable. It has been less than a month that I have joined CeTI.

What else would you like to research?

I like to work on the fabrication and implementation of different kinds of sensors. I like to develop different kinds of sensors that can be used for electrochemical and strain-sensing applications. I like to use nanomaterials I like to integrate my sensors with embedded systems for applications related to human wellness.

How do you spend your spare time?

I read articles related to the current innovation in the field of electronics. I try to stay updated in my field of sensors and actuators. I try to see what is available in the market. I also spend with my wife and talk to my family.

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Aniket Chakraborthy; Suresh Nuthalapati; Rico Escher; Anindya Nag; M. Ercan Altinsoy

Flexible tactile sensors based on 3D printed moulds (Book Section)

In: Suryadevara, Nagender K.; George, Boby; Jayasundera, Krishanthi P.; Mukhopadhyay, Subhas C. (Ed.): Sensing Technology – Proceedings of ICST'15, vol. 1035, pp. 421–430, Springer, 2023, (Student Presentation Award).

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Samta Sapra; Aniket Chakraborthy; Suresh Nuthalapati; Anindya Nag; David W. Inglis; Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay; M. Ercan Altinsoy

Printed, wearable e-skin force sensor array (Journal Article)

In: Measurement, vol. 206, pp. 112348:1–11, 2023.

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Qinhua Hu; Anindya Nag; Lijuan Zhang; Kuaishe Wang

Reduced graphene oxide-based composites for wearable strain-sensing applications (Journal Article)

In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, vol. 345, pp. 113767:1–12, 2022.

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Anindya Nag; Roy B. V. B. Simorangkir; Dinesh R. Gawade; Suresh Nuthalapati; John L. Buckley; Brendan O’Flynn; M. Ercan Altinsoy; Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay

Graphene-based wearable temperature sensors: A review (Journal Article)

In: Materials & Design, vol. 221, pp. 110971:1–17, 2022.

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Nasrin Afsarimanesh; Anindya Nag; M. Eshrat E. Alahi; Sudhangshu Sarkar; Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay; Ghobad S. Sabet; M. Ercan Altinsoy

A critical review of the recent progress on carbon nanotubes-based nanogenerators (Journal Article)

In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, vol. 344, pp. 113743:1–18, 2022.

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Yun Hui; Zhaoling Huang; M. Eshrat E. Alahi; Anindya Nag; Shilun Feng; Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay

Recent advancements in electrochemical biosensors for monitoring the water quality (Journal Article)

In: Biosensors, vol. 12, no. 7, pp. 551:1–31, 2022.

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Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay; Nagender K. Suryadevara; Anindya Nag

Wearable sensors for healthcare: Fabrication to application (Journal Article)

In: Sensors, vol. 22, no. 14, pp. 5137:1–33, 2022.

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Anindya Nag; Nasrin Afsarimanesh; Suresh Nuthalapati; M. Ercan Altinsoy

Novel surfactant-induced MWCNTs/PDMS-based nanocomposites for tactile sensing applications (Journal Article)

In: Materials, vol. 15, no. 13, pp. 4504:1–12, 2022.

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Aniket Chakraborthy; Anindya Nag

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.

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Anindya Nag; Suresh Nuthalapati; Subhas C. Mukhopadhyay

Carbon fiber/polymer-based composites for wearable sensors: A review (Journal Article)

In: IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 22, no. 11, pp. 10235–10245, 2022.

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