Ph.D. students

Anil Vishnu

Anil Vishnu completed his bachelor’s degree in Elec­tronics and Communication Engineering from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Calicut in 2012. Following graduation, he joined Nvidia Graphics Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore as an ASIC Design Engineer. At Nvidia he was involved in the design and verification of Processor – SoC interface for next generation Tegra Mobile processors and verification and validation of Clock and Reset submodules of Project Denver. From Nvidia he moved on to Product Development and Innovation Centre (PDIC), Bharat Electronics Ltd, Bangalore. At BEL he was involved in the development of new products for radar subsystems and for digital voice and video recording based on Altera mid-range FPGAs and TI’s ARM based media processors. He has reasonable expertise in scripting for automation (Perl, Shell), Hardware design (Verilog, VHDL), High Speed PCB Design, Qualification of products for EMI, EMC, Shock, vibration and other environmental stresses, and bringing up electronics systems with Embedded OS  and running real time applications. As a PhD candidate in BEES lab he aims to work towards developing new and innovative products in the biomedical sphere that can help solve existing unmet clinical problems with particular focus on cancer biology.

V S N Sitaram Gupta V

Mr. Sitaramgupta pursued under-graduation in Electronics Instrumentation and Control Engineering in NBKR institute of Science and Technology, affiliated to Sri Venkateswara University, India. He was awarded with Dual Master’s degree from VIT University, Vellore and University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe (HsKA), Germany for being third rank in the VIT University. During his studies at Germany, he worked as a Student Research Assistant at KIT University and Fraunhofer-IOSB. Following his Master’s, he joined as a Research Associate at M.S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies and worked on Gas Sensors. Later, he joined as Assistant Professor at M.S.Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences. He has worked with several interdisciplinary projects and published his work. Some of his works got Gandhian Young Technological Innovation (GYTI) Award-2016 and best IEEE award -2015.

As a PhD candidate in BEES lab, he aims to work towards developing new and innovative products in the biomedical sphere that can help solve existing unmet clinical problems with a particular focus on drug delivery system.

Suman Chatterjee

Suman Chatterjee is a research scholar in the Department of Electronic Systems Engineering, IISc Bangalore where he is working in the field of biomedical engineering. He received his bachelor’s degree (B. Tech.) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from MAKAUT, formerly known as the West Bengal University of Technology in the year of 2015 and his research interest was in implementation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) based systems with stamp microcontroller. He received his master’s degree (M. Tech.) in Microelectronics and VLSI (Dept. of ECE) from National Institute of Technology, Durgapur in 2017 and there his research interest was fabrication and characterization of resistive memory devices using graphene oxide as the switching material. As a research scholar in BEES lab, he is working on Bioresorbable sensors for biomedical applications.


She is a full time research scholar working under Prof. Hardik J Pandya. Having completed her bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronics in the year 2013, she worked as an engineer in Nokia for 2 years. Pursued Masters in Embedded Systems from Amrita Vishwavidyapeetham, Bangalore. As a research scholar, she seeks to learn the fabrication technology of  micro-engineered devices thereby develop point-of-care diagnostic tools that offer fast and accurate results in the healthcare system leading to improved patient-centred outcomes.

Rathin Joshi

He is a research scholar in BEES Lab where he is working for biomedical sensors and applications. He has completed his graduation in Electronics and Communication in Government Engineering College Bhavnagar, affiliated to Gujarat Technological University (GTU) in 2012. He has completed his M.Tech. in VLSI and Embedded System from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT) Gandhinagar in 2015. During M Tech his research area was futuristic Single Electron Transistor (SET) based digital design and comparative analysis with existing CMOS technology. He has cleared CSIR JRF NET in Engineering Science Stream in 2012 and GATE in 2013. As far as work experience is concerned, he has worked with TCS as a System Engineer. He supported Model Based Design and Testing, using tools like MATLAB, QT. In BEES Lab, as a research scholar, he works for E nose, to explore non-invasive methods for cancer diagnosis by breathe analysis.

Mansi Saxena

Mansi Saxena pursued B.Tech from A.K.G. Engineering College, UPTU in Electronics and Communication. She completed M.Tech in Robotics and Automation, from Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women. She has previously worked as a research fellow in Department of GI Surgery AIIMS, New Delhi and Department of Physics and Astrophysics, Delhi University. As a Ph.D. candidate in BEES Lab, she aims to work on drug delivery systems and point of care diagnostic devices.

Uttam Pal

Uttam Pal is an Applications Engineer at COMSOL and pursuing PhD (ERP category) at DESE, IISc. Before joining COMSOL in 2015, he worked as a patent analyst dealing in the field of optics, human machine interface, robotics, and image processing. He received his master’s degree in from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay specializing in the field of computational electromagnetics.