NABIOCON 2015 [National BIOmedical Engineering CONference]
Ceaseless technological innovations bring novel opportunities to healthcare applications providing ubiquitous solutions. TKM Institute of Technology, in association with IEEE EMBS, Kerala Chapter, is organizing a national conference NABIOCON 2015, focusing on the latest trends and innovations in biomedical world. Innovative ideas come from exceptional minds at exceptional times. This conference provides an arena for the biomedical communities in industry and academia to stage their ideas on latest advancements in biomedical world.
NABIOCON 2015 emphasizes on “The current furtherance of research in Biomedical Engineering”. This year conference opens a door to advancement in field of research in biomedical world, motivating engineers to formulate technology based solutions to address the riveting challenges faced by humanity today
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Project Fellow (MRI) IIITM–Kerala
The project addresses challenging problems requiring skills in both theory and practice The project addresses challenging problems requiring skills in both theory and practice of MRI.
Further, experience gained from working on the proposed project facilitates application of signal processing problems to clinical imaging. As a project fellow, the candidate will be responsible for developing and executing research publications/Grant applications in consultation with the
supervisor/s. The position entails frequent travel to Bangalore.
First Class BE/B.Tech/M.tech with academic background in Biomedical engineering/ Electronics/ Computer Sciences. A minimum of 65% marks in the qualification degree is required to be considered for this post. Tiering of universities will be considered for ranking. Prior experience in MR sequencing/ MR imaging will be given weightage. The candidate should have very good exposure in MATLAB. Knowledge in C/C++ is desirable but not a necessary requirement. Fresh graduates who aspire for high quality research are encouraged to apply.
Last date of receipt of Application: 30th October 2014.
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In a major breakthrough, a doctor in Kerala has developed a cheap, effective and eco-friendly medical syringe that can never be reused.
Dr Baby Manoj
“The Peanut Safe Syringe becomes absolutely redundant after its first use. Neither the syringe nor the needle can ever be reused. Scavengers will never be able to collect, repack and sell it in the market,” said Dr Baby Manoj, a radiologist from Kozhikode, who invented the syringe.
The syringe can be used for injection as well as blood aspiration in a single sitting. In other syringe models, separate devices are needed for each procedure.
WALK-IN-INTERVIEW FOR SELECTION TO THE POST OF ENGINEER – B (ADHOC)
1.Qualification & Experience :
(i) A first class B.Tech (Biomedical Engg.) Or any
Desirable: 1 to 2 years of experience in relevant field
(Neurophysiology research, brain computer interface,
matlab programme etc.) and / or higher qualifications.
2. No. of vacancy : 1 + Panel.
3. Nature/Period of employment : Initially for a period of 6 months. Likely to be extended.
4. Monthly consolidated remuneration : Rs. 21,000 + DA
5. Age limit as on 31.05.2013 : 30 yrs