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Shifting Towards Scaled Decentralisation: The Future of Urban Water Infrastructure

The new study suggests that a paradigm shift towards scaled decentralised systems is necessarytoachievesustainability and resiliencein urban waterinfrastructure.

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A Mathematical Technique to Fix Shaky Videos

A new algorithm removes effects of unintended motion from videos shot with small robots or drones

Test setup using a spherical robot (diameter 20 cm.) with camera (front view). Image Courtesy: Prof. Leena Vacchani

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Prof. Debabrata Maiti of IIT Bombay awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2022

The SSB Prize 2022 to Prof. Debabrata Maiti of IIT Bombay is in recognition of his work on valorisation.

Prof. Debabrata Maiti, Professor at the Department of Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Programme in Climate Studies (IDPCS), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), has been awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2022 by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). This award recognises his significant contributions applying the concept of valorisation. 

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A Breakthrough in Solar Cell Technology from IIT Bombay; Measures one of the Highest Efficiency for a Perovskite-based Solar Device

First experimental demonstration of a 4T- silicon-perovskite tandem solar cell from India, with efficiency greater than 26%.

A team at the National Centre for Photovoltaic Research and Education (NCPRE) at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) has fabricated a novel semi-transparent perovskite solar cell (PSC) and, by combining it with a silicon-based solar cell, has demonstrated an efficiency of more than 26% for such a cell. 

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Scientists at IIT Bombay develop new technique that offers insights into interfacial reactions

Researchers have come up with an innovative approach for measuring the coating performance.

How often have we not encountered corrosion in some of our devices? Although there would be some coating to prevent them, the performance of the coated material deteriorates over time. These can affect the overall performance of the device itself. 

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Using diamonds as probes to explore fast-changing weak magnetic fields

Exploiting quantum defects in diamond to image fast-changing weak magnetic fields

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Microwave Radiation to Detect Tiny Plastic Pollutants

Researchers devise a new technique to identify the presence of tiny invisible plastic pollutants using microwave radiation.

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IIT Bombay builds 5G core towards developing an end-to-end 5G testbed

Multi-institutional 5G test bed project to help develop human resources and 5G infrastructure and create an enabling environment

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Infrared light control at nano scale for quantum computation

Researchers find a new way of building voltage controlled quantum circuits using a combination of graphene and alpha molybdenum trioxide.

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The World's First Quantum Tunneling Enabled Spiking Neural Network Chip on 45nm SOI Technology from India

Quantum Tunneling enables Ultra-Low Area and Power Neural Network for Brain Scale Computing

Brain-scale Computing is a Decadal Challenge 

The biology of the brain enables approximate computing with analog synapses that connect stochastic and digital spiking neurons. Along with fascinating connectivity schemes, this results in the power & mystique of the biological brain that chaperones all the processes of human thought and action. 

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