Dr. Samir Kumar Biswas

     Assistant Professor (Physics)
     Knowledge city, Sector 81, SAS Nagar,
     Manauli PO 140306

     Web: My webpage
     Telefax: +91-172-2240266

Research Area: Optics, Ultrasound, PDEs, Inverse Problem, Instrumentation, microscope,PAT, Angiogenesis

Title: Medical Physics Lab

Medical Physics and Bioengineering is one of the leading interdisciplinary research area where, particularly our lab design and develop advance medical instruments and algorithms to address the health related problems such as angiogenesis in solid cancer, arthritis, inflammation etc. In that path, we work with soft radiation for example EM wave, ultrasound, optical signal,hybrid microscope, electrical current etc and model the tissue functionality for diagnosing diseases in living subject. The Lab uses all kind of laser(CW,pulsed), electronics, RF techniques, ultrasound transducers, high computing system for solving PDEs, inverse problem etc. If your interest and skills sets are aligned with our research activities then please do not hesitate to write us your willingness.

Selected Publications

  • S. K. Biswas, P. V. Es, W. Steenbergen and S. Manohar, A method for delineation of bone surfaces in photoacoustic computed tomography of human finger, Ultrasonic imaging, Vol. 0161734615589288,(2015).
  • S. K. Biswas, T.K. Bera, K. Rajan and J. Nagaraju, Projection error propagation-based regularization (PEPR) method for resistivity reconstruction in electrical impedance tomography, Elsevier (measurements), Vol. 49, 329, (2014).
  • S. K. Biswas, K. Rajan and R. M. Vasu, Flux density calibration in diffuse optical tomographic systems, J. Biomed. Opt., Vol. 18(2), 026023 (2013)
  • S. K. Biswas, K. Rajan, R. M. Vasu and D. Roy, A Pseudo-dynamical Systems Approach Based on an Quadratic Approximation of Update Equations for Diffuse Optical Tomography, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A., Vol. 28, 1784, (2011).
  • S. K. Biswas, K. Rajan and R. M. Vasu, Accelerated gradient based diffuse optical tomographic image reconstruction, JMedical Physics. Vol. 38, 539, (2011).

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