Jamwal Prashant

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Development of an Intelligent Robot Assisted Gait Rehabilitation System (In collaboration with University of Wollongong, Australia). Structural and Functional Modelling of Human Musculoskeletal System. (In collaboration with Department of Robotics and Autonomous Systems, University of Leeds, UK) Meta-model Based Fuzzy Evolutionary Algorithm for Multi-criteria Optimization (In collaboration with Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India).

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Synthesis of LiBaZrOx ceramics with a core-shell structure
The paper presents the results of a study of the phase composition, structural properties, and applicability of perovskite-like ceramics of the LiZrBaOx type obtained by solid-phase synthesis. According to the data of X-ray phase analysis, mapping, and TEM images, it was established that the ceramic structure consists of core-shell particles where the ZrO2 phase acts as the core, and the ZrBa2O4 and Zr2Li6O7 phases are a double shell, one of which is the disordered Zr2Li6O7 shell. The presence of three phases in the structure leads to a sufficiently strong distortion of the crystalline structure, as well as its deformation. In the course of the research, the prospects of using ceramics based on LiZrBaOx as the basis for the cathode materials of lithium-ion batteries were established.


Ultra-High Aspect Ratio InP Junctionless FinFETs by a Novel Wet Etching Method
High work-function metals such as Ni, Pt, and Au in the form of multilayer structures, Ni/Au and Ni/Pt/Au, have been investigated as Schottky metallizations on AlGaN/GaN heterostructures under thermal annealing. As-deposited Ni/Pt/Au had slightly higher Schottky barrier height than its Ni/Au counterpart. Schottky barrier heights for Ni/Au diodes on AlGaN/GaN increased by about 20% from 1.02 eV for as-deposited to 1.21 eV after annealing at 500.


Brain–computer interface and assist-as-needed model for upper limb robotic arm
Post-stroke paralysis, whereby subjects loose voluntary control over muscle actuation, is one of the main causes of disability. Repetitive physical therapy can reinstate lost motions and strengths through neuroplasticity. However, manually delivered therapies are becoming ineffective due to scarcity of therapists, subjectivity in the treatment, and lack of patient motivation.