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					Seminars/Presentations delivered by A/P Subhas Mukhopadhyay

Keynote: 3

Tutorial: 6

Invited talks: 4

Special talks: 58

Total items : 71
Keynote address: 3 1. Kanazawa University, Japan, Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Intensive Japanese Language Course, “Research, My Life and Beyond”, Aug 26, 2005. 2. BITS, Pilani, India, Scaling Issues: Milli to Micro – Electromagnetic Sensors Perspective, February 17, 2007. 3. IEEE ROSE, IEEE International Workshop on RObotic and Sensing Environment, October 13, 2007, “Robotic and Sensors Environment to care Elderly”.


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June 7, 1993, Visakapattanam Steel Plant, India, on “Digital Protection of Steel Plants”. Dec. 7-13, 1994, General Electric Ltd., Calcutta, India, on Application of Finite Elements

in Machine analysis.

March 19, 1995,

Crompton Greaves Ltd, Aurangabad, India, on Thermal Modeling of

Induction Motors.

October 22, 2006, IEEE Sensors 2006 conference, Daegu, Korea: High Performance Planar

Electromagnetic Sensors: Modeling, Experimental Results and Applications.


June 7, 2007: Tutorial presented on High Performance electromagnetic Sensors and Sensing

Technology. It was attended by 45 students and a few people from industry.

May 12, 2008, Tutorial presented at IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement

Technology Conference, Victoria, Vancouver, Canada, May 12-15, 2008, Tutorial 20 - Modeling, Applications, and Experimental Results of Novel Planar Electromagnetic Sensors.

Invited presentations: 4

1. November 21, 2006, Collaborative Agents: The Future of Intelligent Machines, International Exhibition Contest on Digital Signal Processing Creative Design, Southern Taiwan University, Taiwan. 2.November 23, 2006, Novel Sensors for Health Monitoring, International Workshop on DSP/ Sensor Systems, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. 3. June 8, 2007, “Sensors for Elder Care”, 2007 2007 Symposium on Digital Life Technologies: Building a Safe, Secured and Sound (S3) Living Environment, during June 7, 8, 2007, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. 4. June 5, 2008, “Research and Development of GMR sensor for Medical application”, 2008 Taiwan National Symposium on Digital Life Technologies: Human-centric Smart Living Technology, during June 5, 6, 2008, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.

Special talks: 58


October 22, 1995, Kanazawa University, Japan, on Field and Thermal Modeling of Induction Motors.

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June 18, 1998, Hitachi Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan, on Passive Fault Current Limiter. May 11, 2000, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, Researches on

Magnetics at Kanazawa University, Japan. 4. July 22, 2000, Hitachi Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan, on Feasibility of developing Fault Current

Limiter for industrial applications. 5. June 20, 2001, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, on Magnetic

Current Limiter, Magnetic Bearing and Magnetic Sensors. 6. July 7, 2001, Open Learning Centre, Palmerston North, New Zealand, on Magnetic Field

and Human Health. 7. Sep. 24, 2001, The University of Auckland, New Zealand on Researches on Magnetics.


Oct. 22, 2001, Melbourne University, Australia, on Current research activities on

Magnetics at Massey University. 9. Nov. 9, 2001, Industrial Research Limited, Lower Hutt, New Zealand, on Synthesis and

Implementation of Magnetic Current Limiter. 10. Nov. 28, 2001, Dept of Electrical Engineering, University of Peradeniya, Kandy,

Srilanka, on Research and applications of Magnetic devices. 11. Jan. 5, 2002, School of Electrical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, 29th April, 2002, Laboratoire de Controle par Methodes Electromagnetiques, CEA,

Singapore, on Magnetic actuators and sensors. 12.

Sacley, France, on “Inspection of PCB and Electroplated materials using Planar micromagnetic sensors”. 13. 30th April, 2002, Departement de Recherche en Electromagnetisme, Laboratoire de

Signaux et Systems, Supelec, France, on “Planar Micromagntic Sensors and Evaluation of Nearsurface Material Properties”. 14. Dec. 20, 2002, Kyoto University, Japan, entitled “Researches on Electromagnetics at

Massey University, New Zealand”. 15. Dec. 24, 2002, Shinshu University, Japan, entitled “Introduction to Massey University,

Magentic Bearing and Magnetic Sensors”. 16. Dec. 26, 2002, Saitama University, Japan, “Electromagnetics related researches at

Massey University, New Zealand”. 17. May, 19, 2003, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing, Saarbrucken, Germany,

“Nondestructive Testing of Food products”. 18. May 22, 2003, Siemens Corporate Centre, Erlangen, Germany, “Development of

Magnetic bearing and Electromagnetic Sensors”, 19. June 11, 2003, National University of Singapore, Singapore, “Planar Electromagnetic

Sensors”. 20. September, 2, 2003, Fonterra Dairy Plant, Howera, “Development of Electromagnetic

sensors for Dairy industry”. 21. April 4, 2005, Toyama University, Japan, “Introduction of Massey University and Planar

Electromagnetics Sensors”. 22. May 27, 2005, The University of Stuttgart, Germany – “Planar Electromagnetic Sensors

for Novel Applications”,. 23. June 3, 2005, National University of Singapore, Singapore - “MB as an Integrated

Platform of Research and Teaching and a review of NDT Techniques.


June 3, 2005, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – “NDT Using High

Performance Planar ElectroMagnetic Sensors”. 25. June 9, 2005, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore – “Novel Electro-MicroMagnetic

Sensing Technique – A Few Applications”. 26. December 13, 2005, Faculty of Engineering, Kanazawa University, “Introduction to

Massey University, Sensorless control of Magnetic Bearing”. 27. December 19, 2005, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, “Introduction of

Massey University and Planar Electromagnetic Sensors”. 28. December 20, 2005, Nagasaki University, A short presentation on “Introduction to

Massey University and New Zealand. 29. December 21, 2005, Kyushu University, Kyushu, “Inspection of Saxophone Reeds and

Pork Meat using Planar Electromagnetic Sensors”. 30. 31. January 12, 2006, Nagaoka University on Technology, Planar Electromagnetic Sensors. January 23, 2006, Kanazawa University, Graduate School of Education, Introduction to

Massey University, My research and Beyond. 32. 33. results. 34. March 2, 2006, Massey University, New Zealand, "MB as an Integrated Platform for January 24, 2006, JAIST, Planar Electromagnetic Type Biosensor for Meat Inspection. January 31, 2006, Kanazawa University, GMR Sensors – Modeling and Experimental

Research and Teaching and issues on sensorless control" 35. April 28, 2006, University of Sanio, Italy, “Planar Electromagnetic Sensors – Novel

Applications”. 36. Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore, “Research and Development of Sensors for Health Monitoring”, on 16th October, 2006. 37. October 27, 2006, Kyungpook National University, Korea, “Planar Electromagnetic

Sensors: Modeling and Experimentation”. 38. February 20, 2007, Center for Energy Studies, IIT Delhi, India, “Power Situation in New Zealand and Design Philosophies of Magnetic Current Limiter and High Temperature Superconducting Fault Current Limiter”. 39. February 22, 2007, IEEE Delhi Section and Electrical Engineering Department, IIT Delhi, India, “Magnetic Bearing for Integrated Platform for Teaching and Research and Sensors for Elder Care”.

40. February 27, 2007, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, University of Limerick, Ireland, “Bio-sensor for meat inspection, sensors for elder care and GMR sensor for medical application”. 41. March 1, 2007, Department of Mechanical engineering, King’s College London, United Kingdom, “Sensing systems for elder care”. 42. April 24, 2007, Shinshu University, Japan, Sensors for Elder care. 43. June 6, 2007, “High Performance Planar Electromagnetic Sensors and Sensors for Elder Care”, Seminar presented at the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Taiwan. 44. October 2, 2007, Seminar presented at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan, on “Thermal Model for Prediction of Motor Temperature, Sensors for Non-invasive Fat Estimation and Sensors for Elder Care”. 45. October 4, 2007, Seminar presented at the Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan, on “Researches on Magnetics at Massey University, Magnetic Bearing as an Integrated Platform for Research and Teaching and Sensors for Elder Care”. 46. October 9, 2007, Seminar presented at the Faculty of Engineering, Utsunomiya University, Utsunomiya, Japan, on “Researches on Magnetics at Massey University, Magnetic Bearing as an Integrated Platform for Research and Teaching and Sensors for Elder Care”. 47. October 10, 2007, Seminar presented at the Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, on “Sensors for Health Care”. 48. December 19, 2007, Seminar presented at the Department of Engineering Science, National Cheng-Kung University, on Wireless Sensors Based Digital Home. 49. December 20, 2007, Seminar presented at Southern Technological university of Technology, Taiwan, Magnetic Bearing and Soccer Robot as Integrated Platform for both Teaching and Research. 50. December 20, 2007, Seminar presented at the Department of Engineering Science, National Cheng-Kung University, on Education related research at Massey University, Virtual laboratory for Electromagnetics and its Assessment. 51. January 30, 2008, Sensors for Quality Estimation of Foods, organized by National University of Singapore, Singapore. 52. February 4, 2008, Sensors for Food Processing Estimation, organized by IEEE, Kolkata section and the Electron Devices Chapter.

53. April 22, 2008, Planar Electromagnetic Sensors for NDT, Sensors for Health-care, organized by Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University Technology Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia. 54. May 7, 2008, Sensors for Health Care, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan. 55. June 13, 2008, Chung-Shan Medical University, Tai-Chung, Taiwan, Sensors for Health Care. 56. June 17, 2008, Oriental Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, Research and Development of Sensors for Health Care. 57. June 18, 2008, National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan, Research and Development of Sensors for Health Care. 58. June 26, 2008, HongKong University of Science and Technology, HongKong, Research and Development of Sensors for Health Care.

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