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Curriculum Vitae

BASANTA BHOWMIK
PhD Research Scholar
Bengal Engineering and Science University
bb.cemk.ece@gmail.com
9749021878

Personal Details
Name

Basanta Bhowmik

Permanent Address

Vill-Gholai, P.O-Balichak, Dist-Paschim Midnapur, West Bengal, Pin-

721124
Phone No

9749021878

Email

bb.cemk.ece@gmail.com

Date of Birth

05-03-1987

Nationality

Indian

Marital Status

Single

Present Status
PhD Research Scholar (Enrolled July 22, 2013. Enrollment No: 172013AE6), under the guidance
of Dr. Partha Bhattacharyya, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering,
Bengal engineering and Science University, Shibpur, Howrah-711103, West Bengal
Junior Research Fellow (JRF), in Project Development of a Chemical Sensor to Monitor the
Spoilage of Potato in the Cold Storage ends in March 2014.

Area of PhD Work


Development of Nanostructured TiO2 based Sensor Devices for Acetone Detection

Education
Discipline/
Specialization

School/College

Year of
Passing

Percentage
of
Marks/GPA

PhD
pursuing

Nanomaterials based
Chemical Sensor

Bengal Engineering
and Science University

--

--

M. Tech

VLSI Design

IIIT Gwalior

2012

B. Tech

Electronics and
Communication

C.E.M.K

2009

12th

Science

Degree

10th

Science &Arts

Balichak
B.H.Institution
Balichak
B.H.Institution

8.32
7.93

2005

77.00%

2002

71.62%

Area of Interest

Chemical sensor fabrication and characterization.


Development of Electronic Devices and their gas sensing properties.
Low Voltage Analog Circuit Design for different application

Professional Skills
Languages
: VHDL, C
Design Tools : TANNER TOOLS v13.0, PSPICE, SILVACO (TCAD, ICCAD), CADENCE
Material synthesis, characterization and gas sensing properties

Summer Training
Training Course on Microelectronics Technology & VLSI Design organized by IC Design &
Fabrication Centre, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Department, Jadavpur
University, Kolkata, in July 2008

Research Experience
Junior Research Fellow (JRF), Project Sponsored by CSIR, India in Bengal Engineering & Science
University, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal, India from 27/06/2011 to 07/06/2012

Major Project/Thesis
PhD Thesis (Continue)
Development of Nanostructured TiO2 based Sensor Devices for Acetone Detection
Nanostructured TiO2 attracts much attention since last decade due to its diverse application
such as gas sensor, water purification, solar cell and drug delivery application. Nontoxicity,
highly chemically stability and ion exchange capability nature of nanostructured TiO 2 made a
suitable material as gas sensor. In recent years, environment pollution owing to VOCs like
Acetone, Ethanol, and Methanol force to detect them before being hampered the normal life.
Acetone which is often used as organic solvent or chemical intermediate, produces certain side
effect (such as nausea, vomiting, redness, dryness, and inflammation in skin) in human health
whether produced body itself by metabolism or application from external environments. Apart
from that acetone could be a useful tool to distinguish diabetes and a normal person as diabetes
patients already contains certain amount of acetone in their breath. Therefore the proposed
research aims (a) To develop a sensor system which can easily distinguish diabetes and a
normal person and (b) To fabricate sensor devices to determine the acetone concentration in
industrial area, so that it can alarm beyond a certain limit.
M. Tech Thesis
Low Voltage Low Power Amplifier Design for Biomedical Signal Recording Application
In biomedical applications where a large output swing is required, the design of a low-noise and
low power amplifier is critical. This thesis presents the design and simulation of a low noise low
power amplifier for biomedical signal recording Application. Specifically, it is intended to be used
in the front-end (FEA) of a Biomedical Electronics Detecting System Block and Electronics
circuitry of general Biomedical Implanted Devices such as pacemaker.
B. Tech Major Project
Fast FPGA Based Pipelined Digit Serial /Parallel Multipliers for Fast Processor.

Throughout this project we focused on speed increment on different types of multiplier. A


multiplier plays important role to a processor to be faster. So the system can be made faster by
upgrading the multiplier .We started from a primitive unsigned serial/parallel multiplier and our
motto was to upgrade it into a FPGA based pipelined digit serial/ parallel multiplier.

B. Tech Summer Project


Fabrication of Schottky Diode in IC Design Lab
In this Project a schottky Diode has been fabricated in IC Manufacturing Lab and switching
characteristics has observed. Also a comparison has carried out with simple diode in terms of
switching characteristics. The ultimate goal of our research was to reduce the switching delay or
increase the switching speed of schottky diode. Working in this laboratory I performed a number
of fabrication steps, got acquainted with laboratory equipment and further studied V-I
characteristics comparison with conventional Ohomic contact diode.

Publications
Peer Reviewed Archival Journals
[1] N. Banerjee, B. Bhowmik, S. Sarkar, C. K. Sarkar, P.Bhattacharyya, Anomalous recovery
characteristics of Pd modified ZnO nanorod based acetone sensor, Journal of Nanoscience
and Nanotechnology, Vol 13, 1-8, 2013. Impact factor: 1.5
[2] A. Hazra, B. Bhowmik, K. Dutta, V. Manjuladevi, R. K. Gupta, P. P. Chattopadhyay, P.
Bhattacharyya, Formation mechanism of anodically grown free-standing TiO 2 nanotube array
under the influence of mixed electrolytes, Science of Advance Material (Accepted, in press
2013). Impact factor: 2.509
[3] B. Bhowmik, M. Pattanaik, P. Srivastava , A low power low noise two stage CMOS operational
amplifier for biopotential signal acquisition system, International Journal of Emerging
Technology and Advanced Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2013. ISSN 22502459
[4] A. Hazra, K. Dutta, B. Bhowmik, V. Manjuladevi, R. K. Gupta, P. P. Chattopadhyay, P.
Bhattacharyya, Electrochemically Grown Connected and Free Standing TiO 2 Nanotube Array
using Mixed Electrolyte: Structural and Optical Characterizations, Journal of Electronic
Material (Accepted, in press 2014). Impact factor: 1.635
[5] B. Bhowmik, K. Dutta, A. Hazra, P. Bhattacharyya, Low Temperature Acetone Detection by ptype Nanocrystalline TiO2 Thin Film: Equivalent Circuit Model and Sensing Mechanism, Solid
State Electronics, (Major revision) Impact factor: 1.671
[6] A. Hazra, K. Dutta, B. Bhowmik, P. Bhattacharyya, A Highly Sensitive Low Temperature
Ethanol Sensor based on Sol-gel Derived p-TiO 2 Thin Film for Low ppm Detection, Sensors and
Actuators B: Chemical (Elsevier Publishing), (Communicated), [Impact Factor 3.535].

National/International Conference
[1] B. Bhowmik, A. Hazra, K. Dutta, P. Bhattacharyya, Development of Pd/TiO 2/Si MIS Ethanol
Sensor Using Nano-TiO2 Sensing Layer, International Union of Material Research SocietyInternational Conference in India 2013, IISc Bangalore, India, 16- 20 December, 2013.
[2] B. Bhowmik, K. Dutta, N. Banerjee, A. Hazra, P. Bhattacharyya, Low Temperature Acetone
Sensor Based on Sol-gel Grown Nano TiO 2Thin Film, International Conference on Emerging
Trends in Computing, Communication and Nanotechnology (ICE-CCN), 2013, vol., no.,
pp.553,557, 25-26 March 2013 doi: 10.1109/ICE-CCN.2013.6528561

[3] A. Hazra, B. Bhowmik, K. Dutta, P. Bhattacharyya, Low Temperature Low ppm Acetone
Detection by Pd/TiO2/p-Si Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Devices, 7th International Conference
on Sensing Technology (ICST 2013)Wellington, New Zealand 3-5 Dec 2013. (In press)
[4] A. Hazra, B. Bhowmik, K. Dutta, P. Bhattacharyya, Sol-gel Derived Nanocrystalline Undoped
p-TiO2 Thin Film: Structural, Optical and MIS Device Characteristics, International Union of
Material Research Society-International Conference in India 2013, IISc Bangalore, India, 1620 December, 2013.

[5] B. Bhowmik, M. Pattanaik, P. Srivastava, A Tunable Amplifier Using Voltage Controlled


PseudoResistor for Neural Recording Application, The 2nd International Conference on
Electric Technology and Civil Engineering , Three gorges, China, May 18 th -20th, 2012.
(ACCEPTED)
[6] B. Bhowmik, M. Pattanaik, P. Srivastava, State of The Art Pseudo Resistance Techniques for
Neural Signal Recording Application International Conference on Nanomaterials and
Electronics Engineering, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July24-26, 2012(ACCEPTED)
[7] B. Bhowmik, M. Pattanaik, P. Srivastava, A power efficient nanoscale CMOS Operational for
Biomedical Application, National Symposium on Recent advances in Nanoscience Engineering
&Technology(RANET), IIIT Gwalior, Nov-19-20,2011
[8] K. Dutta, A. Hazra, B. Bhowmik, P.P. Chattopadhyay, P. Bhattacharyya, Mixed Electrolyte: A
Controllable Route for Achieving Better Aspect Ratio of TiO 2 Nanotubes, International Union of
Material Research Society-International Conference in India 2013, IISc Bangalore, India, 1620 December, 2013.

Conference / Workshop Attended

National
Symposium
on
Recent
advances
in
Nanoscience
&Technology(RANET), IIIT Gwalior, India during Nov-19-20,2011

International Conference on Emerging Trends in Computing, Communication and


Nanotechnology, Tuticorin, Tamilnadu, India during March 25-26, 2013.

International Union of Material Research Society-International Conference in India 2013,


IISc Bangalore, India, 16- 20 December, 2013

Engineering

Achievements/Recognition

Make a Full custom Analog IC Design Manual in VLSI Design Lab (ABV-IIITM Gwalior)

Working as a active member in the organization committee of National Symposium on


Recent advances in Nanoscience, Engineering &Technology (RANET), Nov-19-20,2011.

Gate Qualified 2010 with 95 percentile, Rank 5126, projected score 472.

Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR),
India, 2012-present.

References

Name: Partha Bhattacharyya


Honour: Ph.D (Jadavpur University)
Designation: Assistant Professor (Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)
Contact office: 033-26684561
E-mail: pb_etc_besu@yahoo.co.in

Name: Prof. G. K. Sharma

Name: Dr. Manisha

Pattanaik
Honour: Ph.D. (University of Roorkee, Now IIT-R)
Designation: Professor

Honour: Ph.D. (IIT Kgp)


Designation: Associate

Professor
Contact Office: 2449809

Contact Office:

2449812
Contact Residence: 2449706
E-mail: gksharma@iiitm.ac.in

Mob: 09425619281
E-mail:

manishapattanaik@iiitm.ac.in

Declaration
I hereby declare that the above-mentioned information is correct up to my knowledge and I
bear the responsibility for the correctness of the above-mentioned particulars.
Place: BESU, Shibpur
Basanta Bhowmik
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