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Biotelemetry: could technological developments assist healthcare in rural India

Kanika  Singh

Kanika Singh

qualifications: M.Tech (Instrumentation Engineering)

position: Scholar


I have passed my M.Tech (Instrumentation Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), New Delhi, one of the premier Institutes. There I was awarded the most prestigious DAAD Scholarship for pursuing research in sensors and electronics, in Germany for my Masters thesis. Also i went as an International Scholar for my project work, at KU-Leuven, Belguim. One of my research papers was selected for the best student paper award during IEEE-EMBS international conference, Atlanta, USA.

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