Note: For Biomedical Engineering students Department to lookout for
Above mentioned departments have faculties interested in Biomedical Research areas
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Admission is open for (i) Research Programmes [Ph D / M Sc (Engg)] (ii) Course Programmes [ME/M Tech/M Des /M.Mgt] (iii) Integrated Ph D Programmes and (iv) External Registration Programmes (Ph D only) at the Institute. Eligibility criteria, specialization, areas of research and other details are available at our website www.iisc.ernet.in/admissions. Candidates who are yet to complete their qualifying examinations and expect to complete all the requirements for the degree (including all examinations, project dissertation, viva-voce etc.) before July 31, 2013, are also eligible to apply.
This is a preview of MS/Ph.D Admissions in IISc (BioEngineering also available). Read the full post (1233 words, 2 images, estimated 4:56 mins reading time)
Applications are invited for admission to the following (i) ResearchProgramme[Ph D / M Sc (Engg)] (ii) CourseProgramme[ME /M Tech/M Des/M.Mgt] (iii) Integrated Ph DProgrammeand (iv) External RegistrationProgramme(Ph D only) at the Institute. Complete eligibility criteria, specialization, areas of research and the other details are available at our website http://www.iisc.ernet.in/admissions. Candidates who have not yet completed their qualifying examinations and expect to complete all the requirements for the degree (including all examinations, project dissertation, viva-voce etc.) before July 31, 2011, are also eligible to apply.
(i) RESEARCHPROGRAMMES [Ph D/M Sc(Engg)]
Here’s something that might have wanted Hrithik Roshan aka Ethan Mascarenhas from Guzaarish to live another day. Well, three students from Sinhagad Institute of Technology (SIT) situated in Lonavala have developed a system which could make the mouse obsolete and come to the aid of quadriplegics and paralytics.
What’s even better, is that the gizmo they have created would cost only Rs 750 if retailed. Nitesh Prakash, Sumit Kumar and Paras Kumar all third year Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering students of SIT,came up with this system that will use the eye as an interface to point to icons or even write on a screen. This project won them the best lab innovation prize in college as well.
This is a preview of BIOMEDICAL INNOVATION IN PUNE-S.N.A.P. EYEWRITER FOR PARALYTICS. Read the full post (484 words, 2 images, estimated 1:56 mins reading time)