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Aynur Unal
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I have been compelled to find frugal solutions to clean air, water and soil. Nowadays people around me are tired of hearing about nano Cellulose Fibers and their possible usage in sustainability related solutions. I do not understand how fragile mushrooms (flowers after all) are able to pick up heavy metals from the soil (for clean soil) and can we also pick up radiation?
I find myslef deep in Nano-fluidics areas where our famous Navier Stokes Equations (kept us busy for so many years) are no longer valid. I am trying to build nano drug delivery systems in Precision Medicine, smart nano Filters, Smart(er) Early Diagnostics Systems..I guess so far I am equipped with my nano cellulose fibers and ultrasound acoustics waves..
 
Aynur Unal
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We are working with tensor flows and dyadic flows in early diagnostics efforts with teams from Christ University Bengaluru India; are using tensor flows as the new classes bsic platforms.
Diagnostics in several topics are assigned to students projects with several professors.
 
Puneeth Choppanati
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Every year, an increasingly large number of neonatal deaths occur in India. Premature birth and asphyxia are being two of the leading causes of these neonatal deaths. A well-regulated thermal environment is critical for neonatal survival. In the current scenario, it is impossible for the health centers in the rural areas of India to afford a neonatal incubator for every newborn due to its price and transportability. The successful delivery of neonates is hampered in India due to its increasing population along with limited technology and resources. Thus, a prototype of an incubator has been designed that is affordable, transportable, and energy saving for the health centers in the rural regions, with an AI-based decision support system.
Suraj S Jain
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Abstract—Every year, an increasingly large number of neonatal deaths occur in India. Premature birth and asphyxia are being two of the leading causes of these neonatal deaths. A well-regulated thermal environment is critical for neonatal survival. In the current scenario, it is impossible for the health centers in the rural areas of India to afford a neonatal incubator for every newborn due to its price and transportability. The successful delivery of neonates is hampered in India due to its increasing population along with limited technology and resources. Thus, a prototype of an incubator has been designed that is affordable, transportable, and energy saving for the health centers in the rural regions, with an AI-based decision support system.
Aynur Unal
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This proposed device uses urine to predict the glucose level present in the patient using non-invasive technique with a high level of accuracy for detection of diabetes. The paper presents a urine glucose level diagnosing and prediction using a computer-based polarimeter held in a portable device, to provide a fast and accurate on-field result. The instrument consists of an LCD screen, optical sensor, Benedict's reagent, a detachable tank, and an embedded system-on-chip (SoC).
Aynur Unal
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Every year, an increasingly large number of neonatal deaths occur in India. Premature birth and asphyxia are being two of the leading causes of these neonatal deaths. A well-regulated thermal environment is critical for neonatal survival. In the current scenario, it is impossible for the health centers in the rural areas of India to afford a neonatal incubator for every newborn due to its price and transportability. The successful delivery of neonates is hampered in India due to its increasing population along with limited technology and resources. Thus, a prototype of an incubator has been designed that is affordable, transportable, and energy saving for the health centers in the rural regions, with an AI-based decision support system.