Ray Kurzweil is right in his book “Singularity is Near” where he mentioned that we are near the end of `Epoch 4′ (Technology) and entering into `Epoch 5′ (The Merger of Human Technology with Human Intelligence). In the distant future there shall not be much discomfort for the ones who need technology as a boon in their lives. The advent of various electronics and the unending research in science shall soon be able to let the disabled gain confidence in his damaged body parts or replace them. I foresee computer science as the branch that shall soon intervene in every aspect of the R&D community be it of any field. As a paradigm, it is obligatory for a physicist to know the basics of mathematics to reach to a derivation or an equation which has not been explored by any other human. Computer science similarly shall be indispensable in the near future. Science has for ages, been collecting and analysing enormous data, and to search and utilise just a certain and tiny bit of information has been the most common block faced by all scientists. Despite all of it, using state of the art software for data mining and machine learning and finding certain schemes or configurations in the huge amounts of data collected may emerge as a tool to help increase understanding and solve problems. The best use of these techniques could be made by man in understanding the intricacies of the human brain and the complexities of the body and its functions.
I have also been granted with various awards and grants from prestigious institutions like Ulster University, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions from private sectors as well as from government sectors too like DST India, MSME and IIT Kanpur.
Some of the research projects that I am currently working on are listed here on the side. They are only a fraction of the work I am pursuing currently, there are many more work and research for which the paths are being paved.
Some of the research projects that I have worked on are listed here on the side. These research and innovation projects are part of my career till date and they define me who I am today. From each project, from every failure and success attempt, I have learned something new and creative.