Prof. Rajeeb Dey
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering,
National Institute of Technology, Silchar, Assam
The problem of regulating glucose in diabetic patients is challenging and important control problems in the field of biomedical systems. In most of the developing nations the treatment of diabetes follows open-loop control strategies or at least improved by feedforward actions and fingerstick measures. In recent years due to the availability of CGM (Continuous Glucose Measurements) it is possible to realize fully automated closed-loop control strategies at least in principle. As a matter of fact, the ensemble of a CGM device, a control algorithm and an insulin pump constitutes a so-called Artificial Pancreas (AP). The development of the artificial pancreas greatly needs the knowledge of patient glucose-insulin regulatory dynamical model, control strategies, insulin pump and CGM (sensor) and last but not least the interpretation of the glucose and insulin profile after computer simulation. Realistic computer simulation is capable of providing information about the safety and the limitations of closed-loop control algorithms, act
as a guide to clinical studies and research. Thus computer simulation testing of closed-loop control algorithms is regarded as a prerequisite to clinical trials of the artificial pancreas. In context to Indian scenario such software (for artificial pancreas) in not available till date utilizing the diabetes patient data of our country. In this talk mathematical model of diabetic patient, few control strategies and finally their integration for development of artificial pancreas will be discussed.
- Ph.D form Dept. of Electrical Engg., Jadavpur University, Kolkata-32, INDIA, October 2012.
1)Prof. (Dr) Anjan Rakshit, Dept. of Electrical Engg., Jadavpur University.
2)Prof(Dr) Goshaidas Ray, Dept. of Electrical Engg., I.I.T, Kharagpur.
- M.Tech (Control System Engineering) from I.I.T Kharagpur, Dept. of ELectrical Engg., 2007
1)Prof. (Dr) Goshaidas Ray, Dept. of Electrical Engg.,I.I.T Kharagpur.
- B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) from North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology, (NERIST),
Nirjuli, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, 2001.
- Diploma (Electrical Engineering) from Lukhdhirji Engg. College, Morbi, Gujarat, in 1990.
- University first Rank, B.Tech in Electrical Engineering.
- Awarded National Associate (NE Region) of Dept. of Bio-technology, Govt of India, 2012-2013.
Rajeeb Dey is currently Assistant Professor in the department of Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Silchar, Assam. Before joining NIT Silchar he has served Sikkim Manipal University as an Associate Professor. He has around 15 years experience of teaching Undergraduate as well as Postgraduate students. He has guided one PhD and 04 master’s thesis in the area of control system engineering.
Dr. Dey did B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) from North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology (NERIST), Itanagar, in 2001, M.Tech (Control System) from I.I.T Kharagpur in 2007 and PhD from Jadavpur University, Kolkata in 2012. He did post doctorate from Department of Automatic Control, CINVESTAV (Centre for Research and Advanced Studies) Mexico City during 2015-2016.
In 2013 National Associateship was awarded to him by Department of Bio-Technology, Govt. of India to work on control aspect of Artificial Pancreas in Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Dr. Dey is a recipient of TWAS-CONACYT post doctorate fellowship in the year 2014. In 2009 Dr. Dey has obtained sponsored research grant from Govt. of India (AICTE) for Implementation of Output delay feedback control on a gantry crane experimental set up.
Dr. Dey has published around 30 research articles in International journals and Conferences, published one book in Springer titled as “Stability and Stabilization of Linear and Fuzzy Time-delay System: A LMI Approach”, published two Indian patents in 2017 titled, WIRELESS NETWORK BASED EMBEDDED CONTROL DESIGN METHOD FOR ACTUATORS
WITH UNCERTAIN DELAYS and FABRICATION OF AN AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY of JIG AND FIXTURE DESIGN FOR KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY. He is a regular reviewer of SCI journals related to Applied Mathematics and Control engineering. He is currently Editor of International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigm (Inderscience Publishers).
Dr. Dey is a Senior Member of IEEE, Member of SIAM and Life Member of System Society of India. He is currently Executive committee member of ACDOS (Advanced Control and Dynamic optimization society) and a volunteer of IEEE as a branch counselor of IEEE student chapter at NIT Silchar.
His research interest includes Control using LMI techniques, Time-Delay Systems, Intelligent Control, Control applications in Bio-medical engineering.