Anirban Bandyopadhyay

Anirban Bandyopadhyay
National Institute for Materials Science | NIMS · Nano Characterization Unit

PhD

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Introduction
Anirban Bandyopadhyay currently works at the Nano Characterization Unit, National Institute for Materials Science. Anirban does research in Biophysics, Condensed Matter Physics and Experimental Physics. Their current project is 'Frequency Fractal Model of entire human brain, Fractal Information Theory (FIT), Geometric Musical Language (GML) '.
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April 2008 - present
National Institute for Materials Science
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  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (145)
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Big data or data overflow problem is due to century-old wrong information theory practiced even today that believes every single event that has happened, is happening, and will happen in the universe could be recreated as sum of simple events. We say, events are connected by geometric shapes, e.g., eight points of a cube represent eight events; to...
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To read the signals of single molecules in vitro on a surface, or inside a living cell or organ, we introduce a coaxial atom tip (coat) and a coaxial atomic patch clamp (COAPAP). The metal-insulator-metal cavity of these probes extends to the atomic scale (0.1[Formula: see text]nm), it eliminates the cellular or environmental noise with a S/N ratio...
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Here, we introduce a new class of computer which does not use any circuit or logic gate. In fact, no program needs to be written: it learns by itself and writes its own program to solve a problem. Godels incompleteness argument is explored here to devise an engine where an astronomically large number of IfThen arguments are allowed to grow by self...
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A substantial ion flow in a normally wet protein masks any other forms of signal transmission. We use hysteresis and linear conduction (both are artifacts) as a marker to precisely wet a protein, which restricts the ionic conduction (hysteresis disappears), and at the same time, it is not denatured (quantized conductance and Raman spectra are intac...
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PC, PCM, PCS, and PCMS are our designed & synthesized ∼8 nm PAMAM dendrimer (P) -based organic supramolecular systems, for example, PCMS has 32 molecular motors (M), 4 pH sensors (S) and 2 multi-level molecular electronic switches (C). We have reported earlier following a preliminary in-vitro test that the synthesized PCMS can selectively target ca...
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We define quantum analogs as vibrational excitations of quasi-particles coupled to electromagnetically-mediated resonance energy transfer in water (a crystal lattice). This paper addresses how neural magnetic resonance spectra of the brain's magnetic field influence dipolar oscillation waves in crystal lattices of interfacial water molecules to pro...
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In 1907, Lapicque proposed that an electric field passes through the neuronal membrane and transmits a signal. Subsequently, a “snake curve” or spike was used to depict the means by which a linear flat current undergoes a sudden Gaussian or Laplacian peak. This concept has been the accepted scenario for more than 115 years even appearing in textboo...
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This book gathers a collection of high-quality peer-reviewed research papers presented at the International Conference on Big Data, IoT and Machine Learning (BIM 2021), held in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, during 23–25 September 2021. The book covers research papers in the field of big data, IoT and machine learning. The book will be helpful for active...
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As a human brain learns, the hexagonal close packing of cortical column deforms, we have replicated the process using artificial cortical columns made of capillary glass tubes and placing artificial cortex on a humanoid bot built by us. Initially, we theoretically constructed the neurons using dielectric material to emulate the biological cortex. U...
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The book discusses various aspects of biophysics. It starts from the popular article on neurobiology to quantum biology and ends up with the consciousness of a human being and in the universe. The authors have covered eight nine different aspects of natural intelligence, starting from time crystal found in the chemical biology to the vibrations and...
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The current action potential paradigm considers that all components beneath the neuron membrane are inconsequential. Filamentary communication is less known to the ionic signal transmission; recently, we have proposed that the two are intimately linked through time domains. We modified the atom probe-connected dielectric resonance scanner to ope...
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Hodgkin and Huxley showed that even if the filaments are dissolved, a neuron’s membrane alone can generate and transmit the nerve spike. Regulating the time gap between spikes is key to the brain’s cognitive function; however, the time modulation mechanism is still a mystery. By inserting a coaxial probe deep inside a neuron, we repeatedly show tha...
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Since the 1960s, it is held that when a neuron fires, a nerve spike passes only through the selective branches, the calculated choice is a key to learning by rewiring. It is argued by chemically estimating the membrane's ion channel density that different axonal branches get active to pass the spike -branches blink at firing at different time domai...
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Each tubulin protein molecule on the cylindrical surface of a microtubule, a fundamental element of the cytoskeleton, acts as a unit cell of a crystal sensor. Electromagnetic sensing enables the 2D surface of microtubule to act as a crystal or a collective electromagnetic signal processing system. We propose a model in which each tubulin dimer acts...
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Correction for ‘Speedy one-pot electrochemical synthesis of giant octahedrons from in situ generated pyrrolidinyl PAMAM dendrimer’ by Anup Singhania et al. , Soft Matter , 2020, 16 , 9140–9146, DOI: 10.1039/D0SM00819B.
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Bio-living organisms can effectively respond to various signals from the surrounding space due to their geometric shape. In this manuscript, our central goal is to understand the underlying mechanisms of signal processing inside bio-living systems,whichmayhavebeneficialapplicationsinmedicaldomainssuchasdisease diagnosis and sensing the space present...
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This article introduces the IR sensor in the living organism. Electrodynamics in the living system is aimed to introduce electromagnetic mechanism inside the biological system and correlates the bio function of living organisms. Here, we have introduced the biological accurate snake pit membrane’s modeling, simulation methodologies, and compared it...
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This book presents various computational and cognitive modeling approaches in the areas of health, education, finance, theenvironment, engineering, commerce and industry. Gathering selected conference papers presented atthe International Conference on Trends in Computational and Cognitive Engineering (TCCE), it sharescutting-edge insights and ideas...
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This book gathers outstanding papers presented at the International Conference on Data Science and Applications (ICDSA 2019), held at Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, from 2 to 3 December 2019. It covers theoretical and empirical developments in various areas of big data analytics, big data technologies, d...
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This book explores various aspects of biophysics, from neurobiology to quantum biology and the consciousness of human beings and in the universe. It examines eight different areas of natural intelligence, ranging from time crystals found in chemical biology, to the vibrations and the resonance of proteins, and also discusses hierarchical communicat...
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This book presents various computational and cognitive modeling approaches in the areas of health, education, finance, environment, engineering, commerce, and industry. It is a collection of selected conference papers presented at the International Conference on Trends in Computational and Cognitive Engineering (TCCE 2020). It shares cutting-edge i...
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In the 1920s, Brodmann found that the neurons arrange in around 47 distinct patterns in the brain's topmost thin cortex layer. Each region controls a distinct brain function. Together, the cortex is made of 120,000-200,000 cortical columns, executing all cognitive responses. By filling capillary glass tubes with helical carbon nanotube, we built a...
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Advancing from eight imaginary worlds of octonion algebra, for the first time we introduce dodecanion algebra, a mathematical universe made of twelve imaginary worlds one inside another. The difference between eight and twelve imaginary worlds is that the Fano plane that sets the products of imaginary vectors is 1 2 P. Singh et al. replaced by a tr...
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Due to various reasons, the drug cargo delivery technology in nanomedicine is not advancing toward front-end applications. One of the prime reasons is that the uncontrolled drug releases from the payload due to various adverse factors like proteolytic enzymes' intervention, pH imbalance, etc. We need a different approach to succeed. So, we can deve...
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In this paper, the design of ultra-wideband (UWB) monopole with triple band notch characteristics is obtained. The antenna has overall dimension of 28 × 30 mm 2 which is compatible with wireless devices. The proposed antenna comprises of elliptical radiating patch with partial ground to enhance bandwidth which includes the UWB frequency range from...
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For the last half a century, neurophysiology has relied on patch-clamp, which neutralizes the ions to sense a signal. The smaller the patch, the efficiency is better. However, the limit has not been reached yet, and we accomplish it here. We add a spiral and a ring antenna to a coaxial probe to significantly reduce its self-resonance when the tip f...
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For two hundred years, quaternions and octonions were explored, not a single effort was made on constructing the mathematical universe with more than eight imaginary worlds. We cross that 200 years old jinx and report dodecanion, a universe made of 12 imaginary worlds and show that once a fractal-like system is dynamic with 12 dimensions, it acquir...
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A novel electrochemical synthesis via a radical generation pathway is described here for the generation of quaternary megamer structure from secondary dendrimers. The reaction is rapid and completes in <5 min. We have used lower/higher generation poly(amido)amine (PAMAM) dendrimers with carboxylic acid groups at the terminals. A precise electrocata...
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Synchronizing thousands of 100% efficient rotors in a macro-device for harvesting noise is un-apprehended. Thermodynamically, realizing a thermal gradient at the atomic scale is critical. Harvesting free thermal energy or noise by resonance has a hidden clause; -either externally activating a directed self-powered motion or constructing a nanoscale...
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Nowadays, the physical analogy in biology has become a desirable research domain for academics. Here, we discussed many exciting features regarding the biological system that could help us to understand the underlying mechanism inside it. This manuscript focuses on the soliton/Bloch wave concept along with the periodic active protein polarized dend...
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Time crystal was conceived in the 1970s as an autonomous engine made of only clocks to explain the life-like features of a virus. Later, time crystal was extended to living cells like neurons. The brain controls most biological clocks that regenerate the living cells continuously. Most cognitive tasks and learning in the brain run by periodic clock...
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Biomaterials are primarily insulators. For nearly a century, electromagnetic resonance and antenna–receiver properties have been measured and extensively theoretically modeled. The dielectric constituents of biomaterials—if arranged in distinct symmetries, then each vibrational symmetry—would lead to a distinct resonance frequency. While the litera...
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We propose a unit of consciousness following the Orch-OR, Penrose-Hameroff proposal of consciousness within the theoretical framework of Fractal Information Theory, FIT, we call this unit "Orch". We use geometric tensor algebra formulated for time crystal by Singh et al (Ref 1, 2), to build a mathematical form of all five major requirements of Orch...
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https://www.crcpress.com/Nanobrain-The-Making-of-an-Artificial-Brain-from-a-Time-Crystal/Bandyopadhyay/p/book/9781439875490 Making an artificial brain is not a part of artificial intelligence. It will be a revolutionary journey of mankind exploring a science where one cannot write an equation, a material will vibrate like geometric shape, and then...
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In this paper fractal concept is applied to the antenna patch. Two antennas are designed of circular and elliptical shaped fractal patch.Antennas aredeigned and simulated up to iteration-3 in CST software. The designedcircular fractal antenna resonates in 1GHz to 12 GHz frequency bands and provides good gain at resonating frequencies. Ellipse shape...
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In this paper fractal concept is applied to the antenna patch. Two antennas are designed of circular and elliptical shaped fractal patch.Antennas aredeigned and simulated up to iteration-3 in CST software. The designedcircular fractal antenna resonates in 1GHz to 12 GHz frequency bands and provides good gain at resonating frequencies. Ellipse shape...
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In this paper, the layout of solid planar ultra-wideband (UWB) printed microstrip patch antenna with double band notch characteristics is obtained. The antenna has overall dimension of 21.8x24.1 mm 2 which is compatible with wireless devices. The proposed antenna comprises of tapered rectangular radiating patch with partial ground to enhance bandwi...
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Ambient computing is a rapidly growing field which requires increasing number of wireless devices. In this paper first a hexagonal shape patch antenna is designed. Fractal concept is used to achieve miniaturization. So triangle inscribed hexagon fractal patch antenna is designed. The designed antenna is simulated using Computer Simulation Technolog...