Dr.  Amlan Chakrabarti Digital Library

Based in Kolkata, India
Amlan Chakrabarti


Amlan Chakrabarti is a Full Professor of Information Technology in the A.K.Choudhury School of Information Technology at the University of Calcutta. He is also the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology of his university. He is an M.Tech. from the Dept. of Radiophysics and Electronics, University of Calcutta and did his Doctoral research at the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He was a Post-Doctoral fellow at the School of Engineering, Princeton University, USA during 2011-2012. He is the recipient of DST BOYSCAST fellowship award in Engineering Science in 2011, Indian National Science Academy (INSA) Visiting Faculty Fellowship in 2014, JSPS Invitation Research Award in 2016 and Erasmus Mundus Leaders Award from EU in 2017.

He has been associated with reputed international and national institutes of repute as a Visiting Professor to name a few, University of SUNNY Buffalo USA, GSI Helmholtz Research Laboratory Germany, University of Bremen Germany, CERN Geneva, Kyushu Institute of Technology Japan etc.

He is one of the Principal Investigators of the Center of Excellence in Systems Biology and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Calcutta. He has received multiple project grants in the areas of Embedded System Design,VLSI Design, Quantum Computing and Computer Vision from various national and international agencies. He has published around 120 research papers in referred journals and conferences. He is a Sr. Member of IEEE, Secretary of IEEE CEDA India Chapter and Member of ACM. His areas of research interest are Quantum Computing, Embedded Systems Design, VLSI Design,Computer Vision and Analytics.


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