My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Devoloping indigenous Biomedical instruments(design, control and automation),wavelet based biomedical imaging and nano particles for antibdies( developing protein biomarker)
Developing nano particle for antibosdies and making biochip.
i.Ratnesh Singh Sengar, Ketan D Lagoo, AVSS Narayana Rao, R.K.Puri & Manjit Singh, “Development of 3-Axes Robotic System for making DNA micro arrays” This paper was presentation at 4th International Conference on Trends in Industrial Measurement and Automation held at CSIR, Chennai from December 16-18, 2004, Proceedings of TIMA 2004 (Dec.16-18)-Chennai, pp33-39. This was selected for ‘BEST PAPER AWARD’.
ii.Ratnesh Singh Sengar, Ketan D Lagoo, AVSS Narayana Rao, R.K.Puri & Manjit Singh, “Development of 3-Axes Robotic System for making DNA micro arrays” BARC Newsletter Founder’s Day special Issue no.261, October-2005, pp14-21.
iii.Ratnesh Singh Sengar, P.Saha, R.K.Puri & Manjit Singh, “Automated Gamma Scanning System for On-line Inspection of Industrial Process Columns” This paper was presentation at 5th International Conference on Trends in Industrial measurement and Automation (TIMA-2007) held at NIT, Tiruchirappalli from January 4-7, 2007, proceedings of TIMA-2007, 4-7 January 2007, NIT Tiruchirappalli, pp165-170.
iv.Ratnesh Singh Sengar, A.K.Upadhyay, Pushkar G. Patwardhan, Manjit Singh and V. M.Gadre, “Approaches based on non-separable filter banks in 2D Gel electrophoresis” This paper was presentation at “Asia Pacific Signal and Information Processing annual summit and International Conference,” held from December 14 to 17, 2010 at Biopolis, Singapore, pages 387-392.
v. Ratnesh Singh Sengar, A.K.Upadhyay, K D Lagoo , R.K.Puri and Manjit Singh, “Advanced Microarrayer System for making DNA Micro-arrays” This paper was presentation at 7th International Conference “ Trends in Industrial measurements and Automation-2011 ” held from Janaury 06-08, 2011 at CSIR, Chennai,pages 265-270.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
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