ICT for Development:
- Business (E-Commerce)
- Finance (Mobile Banking, Mobile payment)
- Healthcare (Telemedicine, Mobile health)
- Education (Example: One Laptop per child / $100 Laptop)
- Government services
- Information. Digitalization. (Webification, Mapping, Search)
- Transportation (Ride hailing services)
- Mass collaboration on specific projects (Example: Ushahidi)
AI (Artificial Intelligence) for Development
- User interface (Speech recognition)
ECE for Development:
- IoT Devices
Mechanical Engineering for Development
- Energy (Low cost energy production)
- Healthcare (Low cost prosthesis)
- Transportation (Low cost vehicles)
Chemical Engineering for Development
- Clean water
- Healthcare (Parasitic control)
Biomedical Engineering for Development
- Healthcare (Low cost diagnostic equipment)
Bioengineering for Development
- Fisheries and livestock
Computing: Chemical Computer, DNA Data Storage.
Biomimicry at molecular level: Self-replicating chemical system, Molecular machines, A set of molecules capable of accomplishing a complex task.
Biomimicry at physiological level: Synthetic Chemico Electromechanical system (example from nature: Heart), Synthetic Chemico Electrical system (e.g, neuron, central nervous system), Synthetic Chemico Mechanical system (e.g., digestive system), Synthetic Chemico Optical system (retina).
Environment: Molecular systems that interact with environment.
- … is pure in heart.
- Parts of Tahsin’s character have been portrayed as protagonist in arts and literature; Bengali readers: Misir Ali, Shuvro, Himu; Indians: 3 Idiots
Chemical Computer, DNA Data Storage, Self-replicating chemical system, Synthetic Chemico Electromechanical system (example from nature: Heart), Synthetic Chemico Electrical system (e.g, neuron, central nervous system), Synthetic Chemico Mechanical system (e.g., digestive system), Synthetic Chemico Optical system (retina).
-  Stuff Matters: Exploring the Marvelous Materials That Shape Our Man-Made World by Mark Miodownik
-  Making the Modern World: Materials and Dematerialization by Vaclav Smil
-  Concrete Planet: The Strange and Fascinating Story of the World’s Most Common Man-Made Material by Robert Courland
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
-  Dow Story: The History of the Dow Chemical Company by Don Whitehead
-  Plastic: A Toxic Love Story by Susan Freinkel
-  The New Medicines: How Drugs are Created, Approved, Marketed, and Sold by Bernice Z. Schacter
-  The $800 Million Pill: The Truth behind the Cost of New Drugs by Merrill Goozner
Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
-  Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology Edited by William A. Goddard III, Donald Brenner, Sergey Edward Lyshevski, Gerald J Iafrate
-  Nanophysics and Nanotechnology: An Introduction to Modern Concepts in Nanoscience by Edward L. Wolf
-  Nanostructures and Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications by Guozhong Cao, Ying Wang
-  Nanofuture: What’s Next For Nanotechnology by J. Storrs Hall
-  Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea by Mark A. Ratner, Daniel Ratner
-  Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology (September 16; 1986) by Eric Drexler
Areas of Expertise:
#Electrical Engineering #Mechanical Engineering
#Chemical Engineering #BioEngineering
Academia To Industry – Technology & Innovation Transfer
In Academia, lots of Science, Tools & Techniques are in incubation phase, not ready to be incorporated into industrial products.
I shall turn Science, Tools & Techniques into Engineering Innovations.
Engineering -> Product & Service Innovation At My Ventures
1. Physical Basis of Information
EE : 1. Physical basis of Information
VLSI & Computer Systems
Manipulation of Information with Transistors, etc.
Exchange of Information.
[Example: Image -> Electronic Representation as Information).
Transducers and Sensors
Turning Physical Quantities into Electrically Represented Information
Signals & Systems
Signal is basically Information
Control with the use of Electrical / Electronic Signals
EE : 2. Power
Scientific Basis of Electrical Engineering:
- Electricity. Magnetism. Electrical Circuit. Electromagnetism. Optics & Photonics. Solid State & Condensed Matter Physics.
- Mechanics & Machines
Scientific Basis of Mechanical Engineering:
- Mechanics; Solid Mechanics; Fluid Mechanics; Thermodynamics; Electro-magnetic Induction.
- Phenomena that have “Chemical Basis”.
Complex Fluids & Transport <- Chemical Basis, Chemical Composition.
- Sensing Life
- Modeling Life
Computational & Systems Biology. Bioinformatics.
- Manipulating Life
Drug Design, Drug Delivery & Biomaterials.
Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell Technology. Tissue Engineering.
Genetic Engineering. DNA Editing.
Endoscopic Surgical Tools. Surgical Robots (Example: Da Vinci Robot).
Prosthetics. Artificial Retina.
Articles By Me:
- Scientific Approach To Engineering [TahsinVersion2.com]
- Notes On Research & Engineering (R&E) [TahsinVersion2.com]
- Scientific Approach To Engineering
- “Manhattan-Scale Research” in Medicine and BioEngineering
- “Large Scale Engineering” in Bangladesh [TahsinVersion2.com]