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Hi, I am Manzil Zaheer, a recent graduate from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), one of the most prestigious technical institute in India and in the World too. I completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Department of ECE at IIT, Guwahati, India.
Novemeber 2012: My paper titled "Mellin-Fourier Transform based Communication Scheme for Wideband Linear Time Varying Channels" is recently accepted by IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology 2013.
October 2012: My paper titled "Electric Appliance Classification Based on Distributed High Resolution Current Sensing" has been published by IEEE International Conference on Local Computer Networks 2012.
January 2012: My paper titled "Primary Side Control based Inductively Coupled Powering Scheme for Biomedical Implant" has been published by IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Health Informatics 2012.
October 2011: My paper titled "SmartMeter.KOM: A Low-cost Wireless Sensor for Distributed Power Metering" has been published by IEEE International Conference on Local Computer Networks 2011.
July 2011: I have recently completed an internship at Technical University Darmstadt, Germany, where I worked in the field of electrical load integillence.
November 2010: My paper titled "Development of a parallel tuned contactless power pickup using saturable core reactor" is published in the proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technology 2010.
July 2010: I have recently completed an internship at University of Auckland, New Zealand, where I worked in the field of contactless power supply. Click here for a related news article.
To achieve complete sustainable development in all spheres of activity going on planet Earth. One of the contributing agents would be to build devices which are based on living organism. For example a computer built from living cells (till now current research suggests use of yeasts or E.Coli cells), whose power supply is not 220V~ @ 50/60Hz but instead 10L glucose solution at 1.2 mol/L concentration plus a few protien and mineral supplements everyday. Another contributing solution, from field of Biomedical Instrumentation, would be design non-intrusive diagnostic tools, which would totally eliminate risk of surgical infections and the arising complications in case of diagnostic tests.
The Otherside of me
I am also involved in Social Service in neighbouring areas to my institute, under Nation Social Service Scheme. You can check its website here: http://www.iitg.ac.in/nss/ (also developed by me).
Additionally I was a member of Mess Management Commitee of my hostel Kameng at IIT Guwahati. I was one of the organizer of 3rd National Parliamentary Debate at Techniche 2010 (the annual technical fest of IIT Guwahati).
My website is planned to include a forum and a blog also. Technically these are up, but contains no information yet. You can access them by following links:
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