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Topics for Students & Post docs:

1. Rishi Bhartiya (2009): Conversion of an image into a set of pixels, application: Scanning Tunneling Microscopic image analysis

2. Krishna Aswani (2010-2011): Interfacing of machines for the characterization of biological samples like DNA, Enzyme, microtubule etc.

3. Samanyu Tiwari (2011): Converting an image into pixel and if cellular automaton rules are given evolve the pattern

4. Dheeraj Sonker (2012): Advancing Samanyu's project, but developing it for time evolution

5. Cameron Keys (2013): Generalization and systemic analysis of brain building project

6. Surabhi Singh (2013): Image recognition and decomposition of an image in terms of a fractal pattern

7. Dr. Satyajit Sahu (2008-2012): Study of microtubule

8. Dr. Subrata Ghosh (2009-2013): Development of nano-platform


Chemists: Prof. Mike J. Cook Dr. Jonathan P. Hill.

Theoretical Physicists Prof. Ranjit Pati.

Computer Science Dr. Ferdinand Peper Dr. Teijiro Isokawa

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Dr. Yutaka Wakayama Prof. Daisuke Fujita, Dr. Keisuke Sagisaka

Nano-scale device fabrication, Prof. Saiful I. Khondaker

Low temperature measurement: Dr. Kajuhiro Hirata



Post Doctoral Fellows


Dr. Satyajit Sahu (sahu.satyajit@nims.go.jp)

Phone +81-29-851-3354 ext-6267

FAX: +81-29-851-2801 visit him in Orkut to chat




Satyajit Sahu was born in Odisha, India, in 1981. He received his undergraduate and masters degree from Berhampur University, India in the year 2001 and 2003 respectively. He received his PhD on Organic Photodetector from Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India in 2008. During his PhD he also worked on Organic LED and memory-switching devices. In 2008 he joined as a Postdoctoral Fellow in National Institute for Materials Science, Japan. His current research interest is to understand the electronic and computational properties of microtubules, single molecule multilevel-switching to realize molecular neurons and understanding the communication of nano-brain with human cell using microtubules. Download his CV



Dr. Subrata Ghosh (ghosh.subrata@nims.go.jp)

Phone +81-29-851-3354 ext-3865

FAX: +81-29-851-2801 visit him in Orkut to chat




Subrata Ghosh was born in 1978 in Howrah, India. He received his bachelor's degree in 2000 from Burdwan University, India and Post graduated from the same University in 2002. He received his Ph.D. degree in the year 2010 from Jadavpur University and IACS, India for the Synthesis of Bioactive Natural Products. During his Ph.D he explored the total synthesis of allelopathic sesquiterpenoid compounds. In 2009 he joined the ANCC group in NIMS, Japan as a postdoctoral fellow. His current research interests include theoretical simulation of artificially intelligent molecular nano brain and practical synthesis of supramolecular architectures for showing in-vivo and in-vitro application of nano brain in human cell as a anti-cancer and anti-aging drug and synthesis of conjugated dendritic nano brain for gene therapy. Download his CV


Contact: Anirban Bandyopadhyay, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan-305-0037