A Three-Day AICTE Sponsored Training Programme on Nanotechnology Based Sensor Design was held during 3rd to 5th March 2022 in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering,

The Training Program was initiated by the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology, School of Technology. There were total of 40 participants registered and out of which 38 Participants have successfully attended physically on campus and all the 38 participants have completed the training successfully.

This training programme had eight technical sessions as given below:

Sl NoTopicResource Person
1Nanotechnology Based SensorsDr. Indrani Dakua, Associate Professor, ECE, ADBU
2Electrode Design using different SoftwareMr. Arup Borah, Technical Superintendent, ECE, IIITG.
3Electrode Design in PCB boardMr. Arup Borah, Technical Superintendent, ECE, IIITG.
4Sensor FabricationMs. Nairika Deka, Assam Down Town University
5Microwave and SPR SensorDr. Kumaresh Sarmah, Assistant Professor, ECT, Gauhati University
6Nanomaterials and Sensing MechanismMr. Karen Das, Assistant Professor, ECE, ADBU
7Synthesis of Gold Nano ParticleMs. Nairika Deka, Mr. Dhrubajyoti Medhi and Dr. Kaustubh Bhattacharyya
8Nanotechnology based Gas SensorsDr. Rashi Borgohain, Associate Professor, E&TE, AEC
9Heavy Metal DetectionMr. Arnab Kumar Sarkar, Assam Down Town University

After each technical session, feedback was taken from all the participants and on the final day combined feedback was also taken. On 5th March, an examination was conducted during 4-5pm based on the topics covered during all the technical and laboratory sessions, where all 38 participants successfully appeared the exam.

This Training Program was coordinated by Dr. Kaustubh Bhattacharyya, the faculty of the department, as a tailing part of the AMAZING NANO 2021, which was held during 19th to 24th April 2021. Because of the current pandemic situation, this particular part of the training was not conducted during the AMAZING NANO 2021, which was fully sponsored by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).