From early May to July, ICE hosted several summer interns from India, who actively participated in various projects. We acknowledge the support of DAAD for bestowing the students with scholarship for these visits. In the following, brief notes on the students are given.
Kaushik is a 1st year M.Tech student at Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India. Currently he is an summer intern at UMIC, RWTH Aachen. Kaushik's interests are in travelling and reading about historical events, specially historical wars and the war strategies at that time. Kaushik's long term interest is to get settle in such a place where he can do his research independently, without any interference and can travel to any part of the world.
Baishik Biswas is from the IIT Kharagpur, currently enrolled as a UG student in the dept. of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering. He is from Kolkata , India. He is interested in VLSI design and wish to work on the same in the future. He has a great interest in sports and music.
Mridul Krishna is pursuing my Bachelor's of Technology in Electronics and Communication from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. He is from Bangalore, Karnataka having completed my schooling there. Currently, his plan is to study further for an MS/PhD. His hobbies are primarily sketching and cartooning though he also enjoys painting.
Nilanjan Pal is a 3rd year undergraduate student in the department of Electronics and Electrical Communication in IIT Kharagpur. He is from Kolkata. His hobbies include reading, listening to music and watching movies from all over the world. He also loves playing cricket and though he can't play football very well, he follows the game closely. His long term interests lie in the field of VLSI design and their various architecture paradigms and he hopes to contribute in this area in future.
Susnata Mondal is an undergraduate student of the Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering department, IIT Kharagpur. He is from Ghatal which is a small town of West Bengal. Painting is his hobby. He wants to do phd on my area of interest and want to be a good researcher.
Piyush Sharma is from Indian Institute of Technology, Patna and he did schooling from pinkcity Jaipur, Rajasthan. He loves playing cricket and table tennis. He is quite fond of music because of which he sometimes tries his throat for singing. His goal is to serve the knowledge in R & D purpose by gaining a M.S/PhD degree from a good university.
Sachin Basil John is a final year student of B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Patna. He is from Kochi, Kerala. He likes reading novels, playing strategy games with friends on the computer and solving puzzles. He considers to take teaching as his profession and along with it do research in a good university.
Aravindan Siddharth is a fourth year BTech Computer Science and Engineering student at IIT Patna. He lives in Bangalore. His hobbies include collecting coins, reading books, playing multiplayer strategy games, watching and playing cricket. He also has learnt to play Sitar. He aspires to work in the R&D lab of a good organization.
Pradyumna Paliwal is currently pursuing integrated dual degree(B.tech+M.tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering with specialization in Wireless communication at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee,India.His hobbies are to play table tennis and Football. He has interests in emerging Wireless Communication technologies and Digital Signal Processing and wants to carry on research in these fields.
Chander Chandak is a senior undergraduate student in the Dual Degree program (B.Tech in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering and M.Tech in Visual Information Processing and Embedded Systems) at IIT Kharagpur. He was a part of Clicker Hardware team at IIT Bombay during the summers of 2011 where he contributed towards the implementation of classroom response system using clicker devices. During the summers of 2012 he worked at the UMIC Lab RWTH Aachen where he worked towards improving the transformation based methods for the synthesis of reversible circuits.
We wish the students a happy stay at Aachen and good luck with their career !