Dr. Chirasree Roy Chaudhuri

Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur


Areas of Interest:

Microelectronics, MEMS, Electrical Biosensors

Specialization:

Electron Devices

Consultancy Areas:

Sensor signal processing, sensor network application

 

Sector Associated With:

Academia

Sectors Interested to Offer Service:

 

Major Professional Contributions:

Development of Novel Ultrasensitive Silicon Micro/Nano channel Based Impedance Biosensor for Bacteria and Food Toxin Detection- work has been carried out successfully with the help of various research fundings from DST and is ready for clinical trials.

Study of in vitro cell growth and wound healing phenomena on biomimetic porous substrates by non-invasive electrical method. This has been reported for the first time and the paper has been selected as the Editor's pick in Journal of Applied Physics, 2015.

Professional Experience:

More than 10 years teaching and research experience at Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur.
Projects amounting more than Rs.1 crore from different Government agencies have been completed as principal investigator.
Presently, reviewer of projects submitted to DST-IDP programs.

Reviewer of the following journals:

  • IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
  • Biosensors and Bioelectronics (Elsevier)
  • Applied Surface Science (Elsevier)
  • Sensors and Actuators: B (Elsevier)
  • Colloids and Interfaces: B (Elsevier)
  • Biomedical Microdevices (Springer)


2 students completed their PhD guidance and 5 more ongoing
Filed 3 Indian patents, 1 granted, published around 100 papers in reputed international journals and conferences with more than 250 citations. Published 4 book chapters.

Delivered a number of invited lectures in national and international conferences/ workshops/ seminars and others. Served as session chairs in two international conferences given below:

  • 11th International Conference on Emerging Biosensors and Biotechnology (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology), Montreal Canada, May 2015.
  • 6th IEEE-International Conference on Sensing Technology, December 2012, Kolkata.

 

International Visits/Collaboration

  • Prof. Leigh Canham and his group at University of Birmingham, UK- initiated in 2015- exploring electrochemical biosensing properties of Tabasheer/Silica nanoparticles.
  • Visit to Michigan State University, East Lansing, Feb. 2009 for 7 days for research experience in the Nanobiosensor Laboratory of Prof. Evangelyn Alocilja.
  • Visit to Electrical Engineering Department, University of Illinois, Chicago in Prof. Mitra Dutta’s Laboratory for 15 days in November 2009 for research experience in fluorescent biosensors.
  • Visit to University of California, Irvine for 15 days in November 2011 in Prof. Wickramasinghe’s Laboratory for research experience in single biomolecule studies.
  • Visit to RWTH Aachen, Germany in March 2013 for 15 days in Helmholtz Institute of Biomedical Engineering for research experience in the area of biomedical instrumentation.

Keywords:

impedance/electrochemical biosensors, electronic interface, non-invasive electrical studies on biological cells

 

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Education

  • BE
  • ME
  • PhD

 

Awards and Major Professional Recognitions

Associate Editor, IEEE Sensors journal since 2013.
IEEE Senior Member since 2013.

Awards:

  • Young Scientist Award, Institute of Smart Materials Structures and Systems, 2015.
  • Young Scientist Platinum Jubilee Award from National Academy of Science(NASI), 2014.
  • Women Excellence Award, DST Science and Engineering Research Board, 2013.
  • M. Tech. thesis of Ms. Hrilina Ghosh (working under my supervision) received the Best thesis award from Indian National Academy of Engineering.
  • M. Tech. thesis of Ms. Hrilina Ghosh (working under my supervision) received the Best thesis award from Institute of Smart Materials Structures and Systems.
  • Young Engineer Award, Indian National Academy of Engineering, 2011.
  • Young Faculty Research Award, Global Alumni Association, BESU, 2011.
  • Texas Instruments, Bangalore Analog Design Contest 2010—Winners of Phase 1 for the design “Signal conditioning circuit for field deployable micro impedance biosensor”.
  • Young Engineer’s award in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering by Institution of Engineers, 2008.
  • Best poster paper award in Young Scientist’s Colloquium, Materials Research Society of India, 2008.
  • Second best paper award at ICST (International Conference on Sensing Technology) 2007, Massey University, New Zealand for the oral paper “Macroporous Silicon as an Electrical Platform For Biosensing Applications”.
  • Best paper award at NSPTS (national Seminar on Physics and technology of Sensors) 2007, BARC, for the oral paper “Porous Silicon Based Microelectrode Array For Detection And Quantification of Dehydration”.
  • AICTE Career Award for Young Teachers 2007-2010 (Rs.10.5 lakhs for 3 years).
  • Best paper Award in East India ANSYS meet 2004.

Link to Website


INAE Section Affiliated To: Section VI: Electronics and Communication Engineering


Year of Election to Fellowship: INAE Young associates since 2013


Year of Birth: 23.05.1979