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Dr. Goutam Banerjee
Chief Scientist

Programme Management Division

Phone: (033) 24733476 (Ex. 3394)
FAX: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: goutam@cgcri.res.in

B.Sc. (Pure Mathematics), University of Delhi
M.Sc. (Operational Research), University of Delhi
Ph. D. (Science), Jadavpur University

Dr. Banerjee joined CGCRI on 23.8.90

Research Interest
  • Solution of Partial differential equations for diffusion-reaction type processes; Applied Artificial Intelligence; Applications of Self Adaptive Fuzzy & Neutrosophic Cognitive Mappings in selection of R&D policy and priorities

  • Honorary Member, Neutrosophic Science International Association, University of New Mexico, USA
  • Awarded Radma Scholarship of Manchester Business School, Manchester University , England
  • Invited Speaker at Natonal Seminar on Statistics in Natural, Social and Biological Sciences (December 23-24, 2004) by Calcutta Statistical Association , Calcutta University, Kolkata

Selected Publications
Summary: In SCI Journals: 10; In Conference Proceedings: 4; In Books/Monographs: 2;
Selected Publications:
  1. Sarkar, A. and Banerjee, G., 1987. Component analysis of some chemical parameters influencing the stability of DDVP in sea sediments along East Coast of India. International Journal of Environmental Studies, UK, .29:.1712-174
  2. Banerjee, G.,1995. Modelling of moisture flow in a cast sample during drying. Ceramic International., 21: 407-411
  3. Banerjee, G. and Sahu, R., 1998. Modelling pressure patterns and failure of ceramic cake during drying within plaster mold. Ceramic. International , 24: 145-150.
  4. Banerjee, G. and .Sengupta, K. 2002. Pore size optimization for humidity sensors : a probabilistic approach. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical , .86: 34-41.
  5. Banerjee, G. 2008. Adaptive fuzzy cognitive maps vs neutrosophic cognitive maps: decision support tool for knowledge based institutions. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 67(9), 665-673.

Notable Research Contribution
Modelling of Pore size for Trace Moisture Analyser-> Estimation of tailored pore size -> Development of a low cost sensor technology -> 6 pieces of the device sold to P.H. Scientific, UK; Preparation of CGCRI's 'Work Instructions Document for Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty'-> An enabler of custom tailored test results, one of the mandatory requirements of the ISO/IEC-17025 standard system -> CGCRI enjoyed NABL accredited lab status; Innovative Project Management using tools of Applied Artificial Intelligence-> Delays during execution of R&D projects estimated -> Project leaders' perception about in-time completion of project activities modelled -> A novel attempt in a relatively virgin field

PhD Supervision

Summary: PhD Supervision : Ongoing-1;   MCA : Completed -2

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