R.V.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
BANGALORE – 560059.
Looking for Research Scholars to work under the following Projects:
1. “Development of Nano Material and Optically Enabled, Front Surface and Back Contact Tailored,
Enhanced Efficiency Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells”.
2. “Development Of Multilayer Coatings for Enhanced Solar Thermal Absorption At High
3. Development of Carbon Nanotube based vacuum Nano Eelectronics (field assisted electron emitters)
X-Ray sources for making compact, low power, hand held X-Ray
4. Growth and characterization of Novel Room Temperature grown Nano-Cluster Carbon Based Thin
Min. Educational Qualifications:
Graduate/PG degree in engineering disciplines (Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunication /
Instrumentation / Mechanical/)
M.Sc. in Physics / Electronics / Solid State Electronics
Remuneration as per DST / VTU/ UGC guidelines
Interested candidates may send their detailed resume electronically to email@example.com
Students with experience / exposure / interest in the following areas may also send their detailed
resume electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Nano Electronics
2. Medical Instrumentation
3. Large Area Flexible Micro Electronics
4. Renewable Energy
R.V.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Under the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant for Excellence (SURGE) program, undergraduate students from IITK and other participating institutions undertake short duration, but focused research projects and push their intellectual abilities beyond those driven by the classroom. The duration of the programme is 10 weeks starting from May 9, 2011 to July 15, 2011. Students working at IITK receive a stipend. An award plus a commendation certificate is given to those SURGE students who produce exceptional quality research during the period.
Since 2006, 294 Grants were offered from university across the country and from participating overseas institutions as part of the SURGE program.
DAILY BIOMEDICAL PROJECTS FEED 5 EVERY DAY
I will be providing here with the project overviews and project ideas which the students have taken around the world if you want more details regarding the projects you need to comment below the post to know more about that particular project
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Researchers from Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) have broken one of the major roadblocks on the path to growing transplantable tissue in the lab: They’ve found a way to grow the blood vessels and capillaries needed to keep tissues alive.
The new research is available online and due to appear in the January issue of the journal Acta Biomaterialia (“Covalently immobilized platelet-derived growth factor-BB promotes angiogenesis in biomimetic poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels “). “The inability to grow blood-vessel networks — or vasculature — in lab-grown tissues is the leading problem in regenerative medicine today,” said lead co-author Jennifer West, department chair and the Isabel C. Cameron Professor of Bioengineering at Rice. “If you don’t have blood supply, you cannot make a tissue structure that is thicker than a couple hundred microns.”