Laboratory of Nanorobotics & Medical Devices

Soutik Betal email:
BioProf. Soutik Betal, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) 
PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of Texas-San Antonio, USA 
Postdoctoral research Experience
  • Alfred University, New York, USA
  • University of Maryland  - Baltimore County, USA 
  • Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Soutik Betal, during his doctoral research at the University of Texas, San Antonio have developed nanocomposite particles that are controlled remotely by an magnetic field. These nanorobots that are now enlisted in the Guinness World Records as World's smallest medical robot. These nanorobots can be used to interact with the biological cells and this technology can be used for the treatment of cancer.  His research in details can be read through various of his publication Nature journal & Royal Society of Chemistry journals as well as in his US Patents. Also his research on nanorobotics was published in world renowned news reports as well as scientific articles & bulletins. Currently his research is in collaboration between IIT Delhi, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) & Indian Spinal Injuries center, New Delhi. Currently his field of research involves Nanorobotics, Medical devices, Bioelectrical Implants, Brain Signal Sensing, Terahertz devices & MEMS.

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