Thursday, 13th November, 1969 Same as Present Address Indian Male M.Tech. (Microwave Engineering), Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Dept. Electronics & Comm. Engg. Bengal College of Engineering & Technology, Durgapur
Control Engineering in Systems Biology/Medicine
Developed few algorithms for the analytical assessment of -
Cancer treatment dynamics
Leukemia treatment dynamics
Kaizen Industries pvt ltd, Kolkata as Consultant - Technical Adviser (July 2004 to Jan 2006) [Job responsibility: Responsible for development of Microwave WLL Base Station Antenna manufactured in factory, supervising production, testing and training of personnel]
Microstrip antenna design from SAMEER [Society for Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research, Kolkata Center, [R&D Lab under Ministry of Information Technology, Govt of India], (From 10- Oct 2003 for One year)
Production of VHF transceiver sets from Philips Telecommunication Industries ltd. (Simoco) (4th Aug 1997 to 3rd Aug 1998)
Dhar PK, Majumder D (2015). Development of the Analytical Model for the Assessment of the Efficiencies of Different Therapeutic Modalities in Leukemia. Journal of Computational Systems Biology, 1(1): 104: 45 pages
Dhar PK, Majumder D (2013). A composite synergistic systems model for exploring the efficacies of different chemotherapeutic strategies in cancer, Computational Biology Journal, Volume 2013, Article ID 301369, 26 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/301369 [Hindwai, ISSN: 2314-4165 (print); 2314-4173 (on-line)] [Link: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/cbj/2013/301369/]
Dhar PK, Mukherjee A, Majumder D (2012). Difference delay equation based analytical model of hematopoiesis, Automatic Control of Physiological State and Function, 1: Article ID 235488 (11 pages), doi: 10.4303/acpsf/235488.
Dhar PK, Mukherjee A, Majumder D. Stochastic model of hematopoiesis. Proceedings of the International Conference On Modelling And Simulation, 3-5 Dec, 2007, organized by University of Calcutta in association with AMSE (International Association for Modelling and Simulation Technique in Enterprise, France), Kolkata, MS 164, pp. 488-492.
AICTE sponsored MODROB [Modernization and Removal of Obsolescence] "Advancement of microwave antenna & transmission line experiment facilities for academics purpose" Total grant : [13,00000/ (first part)-+14,50,000 /- (second part)]
Sanjoy Institute of Engineering And Management. Mathura as a Guest Lecturer on October 2007
Narula Institute of Technology, Kolkata as a Part time Lecturer for one semester in ECE (2005)
Oasa Electronics Pvt Ltd, Kolkata as a Service Engineer (Aug 1998 to Jan 2001) for VHF transceiver sets
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