A 2008 batch alumnus returns to PEC to deliver lecture on Carbon Nanoelectronic Heterodyne Sensing

A 2008 batch alumnus returns to PEC to deliver lecture on Carbon Nanoelectronic Heterodyne Sensing

                                       

 

                                       

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh organized an expert lecture on “Carbon Nanoelectronic Heterodyne Sensing” on 14th December 2015 in the department which was attended by more than 25 enthusiastic UG, PG, Ph.D. students and Faculty members of Electronics and Communication Engineering department. The lecture was delivered by Dr. Girish K. Kulkarni, PEC alumnus (Electronics and Electrical Communication Engg) 2008 Batch. He is a Post-Doc research scholar at Michigan University, USA. Dr. Neena Gupta, Professor  &Head, ECE Department,  introduced the illustrious career of Dr. Kulkarni to the audience.

Dr. Kulkarni discussed about his research on Nanomaterials and heterodyne sensors during last 5 to 7 Years at University of Michigan. He emphasized on carbon nano tube (CNT) and Graphene as a novel material used for sensing the systems. He further discussed about the higher education programmes and Government scholarships available for UG and PG students in abroad.

The lecture was highly enlightening particularly for the younger generation of researchers to understand the technological innovations taking place in the field, around the world.