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Mayukh Bhattacharyya


Mayukh Bhattacharyya

Institute for Applied Research (IAF)
University of Applied Sciences, Offenburg
Badstraße 24
77652 Offenburg

Tel.: +49 (0)781 740 540
Fax: +49 (0)781 205 174
E-mail: mayukh.bhattacharyya@hs-offenburg.de
Homepage: www.iaf.fh-offenburg.de

Curriculum Vitae

Born in India, Siliguri, 1985


Bachelor of Engineering (2003- 2007): India, Visvesvaraya Technological University (Belgaum, India), Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Master of Science (2008-2010): Germany, University of Applied Sciences Offenburg (HS Offenburg), Communication and Media Engineering


Practical and scientific experience

February 2007 to April 2007: Bachelor project in Military Radar Department in Bharat Electronics Limited (Bangalore, India)
Project Topic- Moving Target Radar Simulator

June 2007 to June 2008: Electrical Designer in Universal Power Transformer, Pvt LTD (Bangalore, India)

May 2009 to September 2010: Student work, Internship and Master Thesis in Electronics circuit lab in University of Applied Sciences Offenburg with Prof Dr.-Ing Dirk Jansen
Master Thesis Topic- Development, implementation and verification of a passive transponder device for monitoring leakage in silicone breast implants by using RFID ISO 15693 interface

October 2010 – June 2011: Research Assistant in Institute for Applied Research, (HS Offenburg)
Area of Interest-Development of ultra-low-power electronics using RFID technology

July 2011- present: PhD Student with KleE (Kleinskalige erneuerbare Energiesysteme")


M.Bhattacharyya, T. Volk, A. Kreker, B. Dusch, D. Jansen: Realization of a RFID Front End IC for ISO 15693 Standard in UMC CMOS 0.18µm Technology. In proceedings of Multi Projekt Chip Gruppe Baden-Württemberg, Aalen, Germany 2012.

M.Bhattacharyya, T. Volk, D. Jansen: A passive novel transponder for monitoring leakage in silicone breast implants by using RFID ISO 15693. In proceedings of Smart Objects, Systems and Technologies (SmartSysTech) conference, Osnabrück, Germany 2012 & IEEE Xplore 2012.

M. Bhattacharyya, D. Jansen, T. Volk, D. Bau, A. Riske: A disposable passive temperature sensor with RFID ISO15693 interface. In proceedings of RFID-Technologies and Applications (RFID-TA) international conference, Spain 2011 & IEEE Xplore, 2011.


Abstract of thesis

Wireless Ultra Low Power Sensor System
As the main project is for the small scale energy systems and all the PhD topics are dealing with research and development of optimized energy management systems keeping in view the future need of the society. My thesis topic is for the development of ultra-low power sensor systems for various applications using RFID technology. Substantial research works have already been done for using ultra low power systems for integrating sensors and energy harvesting techniques. The key areas of research are development of passive transponder systems, energy harvesting techniques and System on Chip development (SOC). The main advantage of such systems is optimized usage of power depending upon the various fields of applications.

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