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DEEP LEARNING TRAINING WITH LIMITED DATA

  • Universiti Brunei Darussalam
  • Contact:Dr Nagender Aneja
  • Application invited for:Remote Research Collaboration


Deep learning needs lots of data for training; however, in some industrial applications, the significant amount of data may not be available, limiting the deep learning approach. Modern techniques like transfer learning and generative adversarial networks show some hope to solve this challenge. The objective of the project is to propose new techniques for deep learning training.

DEEP LEARNING SECURITY

  • Universiti Brunei Darussalam
  • Contact:Dr Nagender Aneja
  • Application invited for:Remote Research Collaboration


Deep-learning networks are susceptible to butterfly effect wherein small alterations in the input data can point to drastically distinctive outcomes, making the deep learning network inherently volatile. Thus, the output of deep learning network may be controlled by altering its input or by adding noise. Research has shown that it is possible to fool the deep learning network by adding an imperceptible amount of noise in the input.

GENERATIVE ADVERSARIAL NETWORKS - REVERSE IMAGE CAPTIONING - TEXT TO IMAGE AND SCALING GAN TRAINING WITH BATCH SIZE

  • Universiti Brunei Darussalam
  • Contact:Dr Nagender Aneja
  • Application invited for:Remote Research Collaboration


Generative Adversarial Networks may have potential to solve the text-to-image problem, but there are challenges in using GANs for NLP. Image classification have got benefitted with large mini-batches and one of the open question the question https://distill.pub/2019/gan-open-problems/#batchsize is if they can also help to scale GANs

Bacterial toxins


Bacterial exotoxins role in food environment

Biofilms in food environments


Biofilms role in food environments in competition

Life Cycle Assessment

  • Journal of Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
  • Contact:Helen Morabi Heravi
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Life-cycle assessment (LCA, also known as life-cycle analysis, ecobalance, and cradle-to-grave analysis)[1] is a technique to assess environmental impacts associated with all the stages of a product's life from raw material extraction through materials processing, manufacture, distribution, use, repair and maintenance, and disposal or recycling. Designers use this process to help critique their products. LCAs can help avoid a narrow outlook on environmental concerns by: Compiling an inventory of relevant energy and material inputs and environmental releases; Evaluating the potential impacts associated with identified inputs and releases; Interpreting the results to help make a more informed decision

Source Separation

  • Journal of Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
  • Contact:Helen Morabi Heravi
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Source separation may refer to: Signal separation, the analysis of mixtures of signals Blind source separation, the separation of a set of source signals from a set of mixed signals, without the aid of information (or with very little information) about the source signals or the mixing process Source separation (recycling), where each material is cleaned and sorted prior to collection Waste sorting, the process by which waste is separated into different elements Urine separation, the separate collection of human urine and feces at the point of their production, i.e. at the toilet or urinal

كتاب عن تاريخ المشرق الاسلامي

  • جامعة بغداد كلية التربية ابن رشد للعلوم الانسانية قسم التاريخ
  • Contact:Prof.Dr.Suaad Hadi Hassan AL-Taai
  • Application invited for:التاريخ السياسي والعلمي للبويهيين


يتناول تاريخ البويهيين

بحث عن تاريخ المغول

  • جامعة بغداد كلية التربية ابن رشد للعلوم الانسانية قسم التاريخ
  • Contact:Prof.Dr.Suaad Hadi Hassan AL-Taai
  • Application invited for:اثر الحضارة الإسلامية على المغول


يتناول المظاهر العمرانية للمغول

بحث عن المدن المغولية

  • جامعة بغداد كلية التربية ابن رشد للعلوم الانسانية قسم التاريخ
  • Contact:Prof.Dr.Suaad Hadi Hassan AL-Taai
  • Application invited for:التطور والازدهار العمراني للمغول


يتناول اهم المدن التي بناها المغول

بحث عن تطور اقتصاد اليابان

  • جامعة بغداد كلية التربية ابن رشد للعلوم الانسانية قسم التاريخ
  • Contact:Prof.Dr.Waleed Abood AL-Dulaimi
  • Application invited for:ضرورة دراسة اقتصاد اليابان


اهم الأسباب التي أسهمت في تطور اقتصاد اليابان

Remote Sensing in Soil Science

  • University of Baghdad
  • Contact:Amal Muhammad Saleh
  • Application invited for:Remote Sensing is the process of detecting and monitoring the physical characteristics of an area.


Remote sensing techniques and Geographical Information System (GIS) techniques are used to estimate soil types and its spatial distribution with reasonable costs and much better accuracy in very larger earth spaces. Soil erosions were estimated by remote sensing, geographical information system and. In general, remote sensing data were used to create the cover management factor image by land cover classifications, while Geographical Information System tools were used for derive the topographic factor from DEM (Data Elevation Model) data. Remote sensing methods provided perspective for spatial and instantaneous measurement of soil content. Thermal emissions from soils in the region were used to find soil series and sensitivity of the surface. Less amount of water in a soil that emits low amount of microwave radiation. Soil series were calculated by active microwave remote sensing via synthetic aperture radata data. Microwave radiometer widely used for mapping large area soil types.

Soil Taxonomy

  • University of Baghdad
  • Contact:Amal Muhammad Saleh
  • Application invited for:Soil classification is a window into knowledge about soils at a given moment in time.


Soil taxonomy is the system of soil classification used for mapping and classifying soils by the National Cooperative Soil Survey in the United States; it is used in many other countries as well. Soil taxonomy is a hierarchical soil classification system with six categories, or levels: order, suborder, great group, subgroup, family, and series. Soil taxonomy is a morphogenetic soil classification system using diagnostic horizons and features to infer pathways of soil genesis and formation. It employs a unique mnemonic system based on Greek, Latin, or other root words for assigning names to taxonomic classes. Soil orders and suborders are well suited to small-scale maps, illustrating patterns of soil geography for continents or nations. The lower soil classification categories are suited to more detailed soil-mapping efforts, which depict regional and local soil patterns.

GIS in Soil Science

  • University of Baghdad
  • Contact:Amal Muhammad Saleh
  • Application invited for:Spatial variability is a term indicating changes in the value of a given property over space.


The use of GIS in soil mapping is called Digital Soil Mapping (DSM), which involves creating geographically referenced soil databases from spatially explicit environmental features and field surveys. The data that goes into creating these DSM use remote sensing technologies. Prior to the use of remote sensing, traditional soil surveys were entirely field-based and consequently were labor-intensive, time-consuming and expensive. A traditional soil survey would involve soil samples being collected at regular intervals throughout the plot of land. But, with advances in GIS software much can be done without the use of field surveys now. This doesn’t mean traditional soil surveys are not completely done for, as most DSM surveys will require an element of ground-truthing and hands-on data collection. However, the fieldwork is significantly reduced. Today, most soil scientists will go into the field with digital imagery already uploaded onto a rugged tablet or handheld computer.

A Secure Protocol in IP-Based Internet of Things: Using Symmetric Cryptography


The data and information security are considered a significant problem in networks especially in the Internet of Things (IoT) systems. In this paper, we design a completely implemented security system for the IoT based on existing standard internet protocols. The main protocol that has been improved in this paper is the Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) protocol. The public key cryptography (RSA) has been used as a cryptography algorithm in this proposed work. We present an implemented architecture and system based on low-power hardware scheme convenient for IoT environment.

Archaeological theory/methods and built material culture studies

  • BETTER Inc.
  • Contact:David Benjamin
  • Application invited for:collaborate, correspond, funding, networking, research position


Goal: To conbribute to the advancement and international discussion of both theory and method for enquiry into pre-historic architecture, the agency of craftspeople making cultural heritage, its relationships to landscape, and also to contribute to the discipline of material culture studies through this research and discussion.

narratives for the future/present, future archaeologies and anthropologies

  • BETTER Inc.
  • Contact:David Benjamin
  • Application invited for:collaborate, correspond + networking funding


Goal: Seeking ways, knowledge, knowledge forms and collaborative partners to formulate and demonstrate virtuous narratives, incl designs for the planet that are culturally relevant, incl especially work with craftspersons and artisans.

Sustainable Transformation

  • BETTER Inc.
  • Contact:David Benjamin
  • Application invited for:collaborate, networking, correspond, funding, research position


Goal: Transforming the modernistic architecture of the welfare society into livable and efficient neighbourghoods. Focus on a future interpretation which optimize both the expression and the comfort. Methods: Practice-Based Research, Case studies, Surveys, Integrated research

Hybrid nano materials

  • SNS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Contact:Dr S Kalaiselvan
  • Application invited for:Nanomaterials


Synthesis of hybrid nano materials from fossil wastes

Plastic Based Pavers Brick

  • SNS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Contact:Dr S Kalaiselvan
  • Application invited for:Plastic Bricks


Production and design of pavers brick from plastic waste to increase plastic waste

Biodiesel

  • SNS COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Contact:Dr S Kalaiselvan
  • Application invited for:Biofuels


Continuous Production of biodiesel from used cooking oil using hybrid catalyst

Beam-Column Connection

  • Moslem University of Indonesia
  • Contact:Muh Syarif B
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Precast connection system in structure element must be designed in such way to result in required behaviour, such as plastic hingesmust be well-planned to be able to shed earthquake energy and to limit seismic loading that goes inside the structure. This research is experimental study that precast beam connection which is modeled using steel plate. The result of this model design use to compare the occurence of structure deformity rigidity in monolith concrete construction (BN) and precast concrete (BP1 and BP2). The testing dimension consists of column with the size 300x300 mm and height 3300mm, beam 200x300 mm and width 3300 mm, with steel plate 200x400x8 mm and 300x400x8. This study resulted in monolith testing material (BN) produces average value 47.8 % from its previous rigidity, BP1is 57.13% from its previous rigidity, and BP2 is 52.22% from its previous rigidity

social marketing, corporate social responsibility, sustainability and business ethics

  • Comeve Asociados, SA de CV
  • Contact:perezla
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


International certification of corporate social responsibility, with system B

Social Marketing to Prevent disease and strengthen health promotion programs

  • Comeve Asociados, SA de CV
  • Contact:perezla
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Quantitative research to diagnose the effectiveness of Social Marketing to Prevent disease and strengthen health promotion programs

Apply the goals and objectives of SDG 2030, for Municipalities

  • Comeve Asociados, SA de CV
  • Contact:perezla
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Qualitative and quantitative research to apply the goals and objectives of SDG 2030, for Municipalities

الانفتاح على الخبرة


يهدف الى تعرف مستوى الانفتاح على الخبرة لدى طلبة الجامعة وعلاقته بمتغير ادارة الذات

الصمود النفسي


يهدف الى تعرف مستوى الصمود النفسي

ادمان الانترنت


يهدف الى التعرف على مدى ادمان الانترنت لدى طلبة المرحلة الثانوية وعلاقته ببعض المتغيرات

Sensitivity Optimization in Capacitive Bacterial Biosensors

  • Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani | K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Sancoale | 403-726 IN
  • Contact:Rishabh Garg
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


To optimize sensitivity in capacitive bacterial biosensors using comsol multi-physics and MATLAB toolbox.

Blockchain Based Decentralized Applications for Multiple Administrative Domain Networking

  • Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani | K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Sancoale | 403-726 IN
  • Contact:Rishabh Garg
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Blockchain promises a unique and secure digital identity to all by providing unified, interoperable, and tamper-proof infrastructure that can track and manage digital identities much more efficiently, eliminating the occurrence of frauds. The present research, initially aimed to develop an SSI, has been drawn-out to construct frameworks for multiple domain administrative networking using blockchain based DApps and to showcase proof-of-concept prototype experiments on Education & Employment Verification, Crowd Operations (Voting), Trading (Auction process), Prediction Markets, Distributed Resources and Internet of Things.

Self-Sovereign Identity using Decentralized Identifiers

  • Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani | K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Sancoale | 403-726 IN
  • Contact:Rishabh Garg
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The present project is aimed to deliberate upon the feasibility, benefits and privacy concerns associated with different identity models. All possible decentralized identity models shall be audited in light of data protection, immutability, revocation, accountability, auditability, speed and users control over the personally identifiable information...... and the one that promises self-sovereign identity, shall be worked out with associated bare-bone framework.

EATING MATTERS: CHALLENGES OF AN INCLUSIVE, SUSTAINABLE AND HEALTHY FOOD FOR BETTER AGING

  • ODELA (Observatori de l'Alimentació). Food Observatory
  • Contact:Margalida Mulet Pascual
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Knowledge is at the root of change and transformation. Therefore, one of the specific goals of this project is to collect qualitative and quantitative data on the food itineraries of older people. This data will be used to explore whether they are keeping safe, healthy and culturally acceptable food practices; what their possible needs are; and what impact these needs could have on the food production and distribution chain, as well as on the social, commercial and/or catering services of the places where we carry out the fieldwork. Research questions are organized around three axes: What, How, Why.

Hydrogen production from disposed solar panels

  • KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology
  • Contact:Lineesh Punathil
  • Application invited for:Green hydrogen production and development of fuel cell for domestic cooking applications


The disposed solar panel contains several materials. To recover each materials present in disposed solar cell, suitable chemical reactions are identified. During this chemical reaction Hydrogen will be released. The produced hydrogen will be used in fuel cell for domestic cooking stove. The lab scale experiments are successfully finished. Further aim is to upgrade the lab scale technology to pilot scale for green hydrogen production.

Rock Painting of Central India

  • Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh
  • Contact:Mohanlalchadhar
  • Application invited for:India


Rock Painting of India with Special Reference to Central India

Sociedade, Desenvolvimento e Regionalidade

  • Universidade Federal de Uberlândia
  • Contact:Sergio Moretti
  • Application invited for:Partner


Esse projeto objetiva desenvolver estudos que aprofundem no conhecimento sobre as relações desenvolvidas entre as organizações e a sociedade, contribuindo para a compreensão das mudanças sociais e culturais que influenciam a composição das sociedades contemporâneas. São temas de estudo ancorados nesta linha de pesquisa: estudos que abordem temas como cultura, comportamento organizacional, trabalho, diversidade, identidade e poder nos diversos formatos e suas fronteiras; as relações e comportamento de consumo; as organizações sociais; a sustentabilidade; a responsabilidade social; e ainda incluem-se aqui as pesquisas sobre perspectivas do ensino de administração para o desenvolvimento regional.

Indicadores de hospitalidade de micro e pequenas empresas de serviço no Triângulo Mineiro

  • Universidade Federal de Uberlândia
  • Contact:Sergio Moretti
  • Application invited for:Partner


O objetivo deste projeto é propor um modelo de referência para a medição do desempenho das micro e pequenas empresas de serviços (MPEs) com base na prática de hospitalidade, de forma que se identifique os principais problemas limitantes à suas práticas, além de criar as bases para o estabelecimento de indicadores de benchmarking de hospitalidade que contribua para o aumento da competitividade das empresas de serviços, tanto local, regional e global. O projeto envolve pesquisas de natureza quantitativa e qualitativa, envolvendo estudos de casos. Os resultados esperados são: a criação de um modelo melhores práticas de hospitalidade, a elaboração de uma tabela de indicadores para as práticas de hospitalidade direcionada para as MPEs.

Formación inicial y permanente de profesionales de la educación

  • Universidad de Las Tunas, Cuba
  • Contact:Luis Manuel Ferrás
  • Application invited for:Desarrollo de competencias


Desarrollar las competencias básicas para el desempeño de los profesionales de la educación en su formación continúa

Didáctica interdisciplinar para la formación inicial de profesionales universitarios

  • Universidad de Las Tunas, Cuba
  • Contact:Luis Manuel Ferrás
  • Application invited for:Métodos Interdisciplinarios


Búsqueda de métodos didácticos que permitan desarrollar el pensamiento interdisciplinar de docentes universitarios y los profesionales que estos forman.

Blockchain and energy


Use of blockchain technology to commercialize distributed energy

Desenvolvimento de materiais e de técnicas restauradoras adesivas objetivando a melhoria no desempenho e na longevidade dos procedimentos restauradores


Os objetivos específicos deste projeto são: 1) Caracterizar um sistema adesivo experimental de dois frascos, contendo diferentes concentrações (1%, 3% e 5%) de silicato de sódio e silicato de magnésio visando avaliar propriedades de selamento, resistência mecânica, biocompatibilidade e efeitos antimicrobianos. 2) Avaliar a efetividade de técnicas de tratamento da dentina visando melhorias na adesividade e na diminuição da permeabilidade dentinária/ sensibilidade pós-operatória..

AAi2 Lab+


The AAi2Lab+ project is inspired by broad conceptions of creativity and innovation as inducing forces of social and institutional co-evolution, of exploring the potential of documentary and of artistic photography and mapping, combined with qualitative and quantitative approaches, for making imaginative questions on space appropriation, urban perception and socio-cultural diversity, as well as for addressing transversal problems within interdisciplinary debates on Architecture, City and Territory.

Urea granules coated with Ca and Mg nanoparticles as controlled release pathway for macro and micro nutrients


This project aims to achieve an intelligent release system of granular urea based fertilizer coated with CaCO3 and MgO nanoparticles. The work will seek to: a) determine the influence of the parameters used in the preparation of coated urea granules on properties fundamental to the release kinetics of macro and micronutrients; b) characterize the urea granules in relation to the properties that influence the controlled release of the fertilizer; and c) determine the efficiency of coated and uncoated granulated urea on the cultivation of eucalyptus seedlings.

Ga (III) -phthalocyanine-containing PLGA-PEG nanospheres: preparation, characterization and evaluation of photodynamic efficiency in MCF-7 tumor cells


This research project has as its general objective the preparation, characterization and evaluation of photodynamic efficiency of polymeric lactide-co-glycolide acid (PLGA) nanospheres linked or not to polyethylene glycol (PLGA-PEG) molecules, containing phthalocyanine of gallium (GaPc) as a photosensitizer in reducing the viability of MCF-7 breast tumor cells. The influence of parameters involved in the preparation of nanospheres on nanoparticulate properties will be studied by chemometric procedures. Experiments will be performed to evaluate the effect of photosensitizer encapsulation on GaPc photobleaching as well as on the side effect of photosensitivity on non-cancerous cells.

3D Bioprinting in Airway Surgery

  • Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, Rome Italy
  • Contact:TROZZI MARILENA
  • Application invited for:Ministerial approval


Pre clinical in vivo study on animal model (ovine) to assess the biocompatibility, integration and tolerance of 3D printing in Policaprolacton graft in laryngotracheal reconstruction.

Plant virology

  • Tarbiat modares univrsity
  • Contact:Razieh Yazdani
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Management and control of plant viruses

Educação Sexual científica.

  • Universidade Federal de Jataí
  • Contact:CLAUDIONOR RENATO DA SILVA
  • Application invited for:Pesquisadores iniciantes na graduação e projetos de pesquisa para mestrado.


Uma abordagem em Educação Sexual voltada para a perspectiva da Epistemologia da Ciência e a Filosofia da Ciência.

Artificial Neural network


Artificial Neural network

Bio-Char application to agricultural Crops

  • Tamilnadu Agricultural University
  • Contact:DURAI SINGH RAMIAH
  • Application invited for:Students


In dryland agriculture, improving the soil moisture storage and to influence the nutrient availability specifically in vertisols to improve crop yield.

Design of RF Amplifier for 3 GHz

  • New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore
  • Contact:Gurulakshmi A B
  • Application invited for:1.Start ups 2.Students 3.Rf design Engineers


Objective of this project is to simulate the stable RF amplifier for high frequency applications using ADS. The optimized design will be fabricated and tested in Research lab for commercialization

Design of LNA for satellite cmmunication

  • New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore
  • Contact:Gurulakshmi A B
  • Application invited for:1.Start ups 2.Students 3.Rf design Engineers


Objective of this project is to simulate the Low Noise Amplifier for high frequency applications using ADS. The optimized design will be fabricated and tested in Research lab for commercialization

Research on Some Optimization Algorithms for Risk and Conflict Management in Software Project Scheduling (NAFOSTED 102.03-2019.10)

  • Haiphong University, Haiphong, Vietnam
  • Contact:Dac-Nhuong Le
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Risks and conflicts are subjective events that interfere with the development of software projects. Because risks and conflicts cannot be completely eliminated during the project schedule due to complexity arising from unique characteristics, variability, lack of data, structure, and deviation in prediction/estimation. Many different techniques and tools have been developed to support better project scheduling, but the quantification of risk factors and conflicts has not been adequately considered. In it, the most challenging problem is estimating the time and resources for each specific task in project scheduling. Most research on software project risk analysis focuses on finding the link between risk factors and project outcomes. The goal of risk and conflict management problems in software projects is to provide a multi-objective optimization plan to manage and minimize its level of damage. Therefore, it is almost impossible to find exact algorithms in polynomial time. Then, we need to consider the design of optimal algorithms with the best approximation to help accurately predict, quantify risks, conflicts, as well as their consequences, impact on the project from the critical process, is project planning.

Estimation of the Diffusion Coefficient and Hydrodynamic Radius (Stokes Radius) for Inorganic Ions in Solution Depending on Molar Conductivity as Electro-Analytical Technique-A Review

  • Institute of technology/ Baghdad
  • Contact:Muhammed J. Kadhim
  • Application invited for:Diffusion coefficient; Hydrated radius; Molar conductance; Movement of ions


Diffusion coefficient (D) and radiuses of inorganic charge ions (R) in different environments is of importance in scientific fields, explaining certain features of ions. D values were obtained using the Einstein-Smoluchowski equation depending on limiting molar conductivity (λo) of inorganic charge ions. Inorganic ions have D values at the range of 1−3×10−9 m2.s-1, except hydroxyl and hydrogen ion (5.2×10−9 and 9.1×10−9 m2.s-1, respectively). The hydrodynamic radius R for diffusing ions was calculated using the Stokes–Einstein equation based on D values. Inorganic ions have R, values at the range of 1−3×10−10 m, except hydroxyl and hydrogen ion (R=0.47×10−10 and 0.27×10−10 m, respectively).

Hydration thermodynamics and hydrodynamic (Stokes) radius of the lanthanide ions

  • Institute of technology/ Baghdad
  • Contact:Muhammed J. Kadhim
  • Application invited for:hydrodynamic (Stokes) radius of the lanthanide ions


Biochemical and physiological properties depend on the size of ions and the thermodynamic quantities of ion hydration in numerous states. The diffusion coefficient (D) of lanthanide series ions (Ln+3) in solution (1.558-1.618 ×10−9 m2 s−1) as calculated by the Einstein–Smoluchowski relation depended on conductance measurements as electro - analytical measurement. The association constant (KA) of Ln+3 ions (210.3-215.3 dm3 mole-1) was calculated by using the Shedlovsky method, and the hydrodynamic radius was (1.515-1.569 ×10−10 m) as calculated by Stokes–Einstein equation. ΔHo, values were obtained from the literature. The thermodynamic functions (ΔGo, ΔSo) were calculated by suitable equations, ΔGo, for ion hydration, had negative values in the range (13.25 - 13.31 kJ/mole), ΔSo also were of negative values, results have been shown in the limit (11.299 - 12.573 kJ/ K. mole).

Benefits of Consuming Citrus Fruits as Vitamin C Source in the Treatment of COVID-19

  • Institute of technology/ Baghdad
  • Contact:Muhammed J. Kadhim
  • Application invited for:COVID-19- Citrus fruits- Vitamin C


COVID-19- Citrus fruits- Vitamin C: COVID-19 is a virus that affects people unevenly with most cases showing mild symptoms, especially in children and young adults. However, some cases can appear severe and dangerous, as many patients require medical care in hospitals. Nutrition is very beneficial to health, especially in cases where it may need to strengthen the immune system, fruits are one choice in this field like citrus fruits (ex; oranges, clementine, and grapefruit) because it's a famous source of vitamin C. This letter focuses on introducing vitamin C's benefits in treating influenza and COVID-19 viruses.

Animal behaviour & Animals' comfort zone

  • Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University
  • Contact:Raufur Rahman Akanda
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Animals' daily behavior and their response to critical situations.

Testing the efficacy of grafting machine for soft wood grafting

  • Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
  • Contact:Ravindran Chandran
  • Application invited for:Funding agency


Fruit crops play an major role in nutritional security. The supply of true to type of planting materials is very much essential for increasing yield. Production of planting materials through mechanized means will be an effective and precision in production of true to type of planting materials

La educación ambiental comunitaria en los estudiantes de la carrera Licenciatura en Contabilidad y Finanza


Educar a los sujetos del proceso formativo de la carrera de Licenciatura en Contabilidad y Finanzas en el valor responsabilidad ambiental para hacerlos capaces de enfrentar los problemas presentes y futuros del medio ambiente.

Product development

  • JSPM's Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering Pune
  • Contact:Pravin Marotrao Ghate
  • Application invited for:Students


Product for agriculture

Software development

  • JSPM's Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering Pune
  • Contact:Pravin Marotrao Ghate
  • Application invited for:Students


Better management

Sustainable Construction material development

  • SR University, Telangana, India
  • Contact:Gobinath R
  • Application invited for:Research Scholars and collaborators


This project work involves obtaining sustainable construction materials without depleting the natural resources and by using non convetional material development techniques. It involves lot of analysis, simulation based works and the work is initiated under the aegies of Center for Construction Methdos and Materials of SR University

Study of threats associated with cloud infrastructure systems

  • Sumathi Reddy Institute of Technology For Women
  • Contact:Shiva Sai Prasad CH
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Cloud infrastructure is the new euphemism in professional developers view these days round the clock. The rewards of cloud storage and its unique functionalities are absolutely massive and as such it is a concern of phenomenal significance. It offers various outstanding features such as Multi-tenancy, on-demand support, pay per use etc. This paper generates a report on the possible consequences of cloud computing.Processing infrastructure-as-a-Service illustrates the distribution of threats and how cloud doing so can affect their performance.The cloud infrastructure addresses the various situations where the attacks exist also the steps should be followed to mitigate the attacks. The research also tries at classifying steps have to take when using cloud services to reduce the impacts of undesirable consequences and to safeguard data integrity.

Cultivation of Cash Crops using Automated Greenhouse using Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Sumathi Reddy Institute of Technology for Women, Warangal
  • Contact:Mahesh Lakum
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Cultivation is the fundamental wellspring of pay of the general population in a nation like India adding up to 15-16% of the Gross domestic product of the nation. As per the financial overview of India 2018, around 55% of the number of inhabitants in India relies upon cultivating as their wellspring of occupation pay and time has come to acquaint a few changes with supplant those conventional cultivating rehearses with the development of money trims under computerized nursery utilizing IoT through remote sensors, actuators, microcontroller, raspberry pi, GSM module and associating links. In this paper, we have proposed a low-cost greenhouse prototype model which can be afforded by the Indian farmers for the cultivation of cash crops such as saffron, vanilla, sugarcane, etc. and they can carry out the cultivation under this automated greenhouse thus improving their social, economic and financial condition by a great extent.

Project on bio control potential of spermosphere microbioms on rice brown spot pathogen

  • Agricultural College and Research Institute, Killikulam
  • Contact:Sheela
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


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Juventudes e Movimentos Sociais Regressivos nas Periferias da Cidade de São Paulo.


A emergência de agrupamentos juvenis identificados com os espectros políticos de direita e de extrema direita tornou-se recorrente no cenário contemporâneo. Algo, até recentemente, circunscrito a determinadas esferas privadas ou de pouca expressão pública, estes grupos e/ou indivíduos ganharam proeminência e representatividade política. Seja no âmbito institucional bem como no societário, por meio de expressões públicas caracterizadas, muitas vezes, pela intolerância à diferença e ao culto à violência. A atuação desses grupos juvenis coloca novos desafios para a pesquisa sobre juventudes em face das dificuldades teóricas e metodológicas de abordagem desses jovens. Este projeto de pesquisa propõe estudar os grupos juvenis que se auto intitulam “de direita” tendo como campo empírico as periferias da cidade de São Paulo. Serão abordados etnograficamente reuniões, eventos e atos públicos promovidos por esses jovens. Complementarmente serão realizadas entrevistas semiestruturadas com os jovens participantes desses movimentos. O trabalho pretende estabelecer comparações entre os grupos juvenis autointitulados conservadores que atuam nas periferias. Visa-se por meio dessa comparação compreender as possíveis linhas de continuidade entre os grupos juvenis conservadores nos diferentes espaços associativos das periferias, suas percepções sobre as políticas públicas voltadas à juventude e os possíveis elos de intercâmbios políticos, ideológicos e representacionais entre esses grupos.

A Python Environment for Numerical Continuation Methods

  • Federal University Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria
  • Contact:Jafar Anafi
  • Application invited for:collaborators


Developing computer models is a natural part of scientific computing. These models typically combine components of mature scientific software of varying levels of complexity. Using low-level software libraries leads to a better performance when running the computer model, but slows down and distracts from model development because of the need to deal with software related technical details. High-level interactive programming environments such as Python simplify and speed up the development of computer models but the speed of the numerical solution of the model may be unacceptable for many research problems. One way to solve such problems is to write Software wrappers and make classical low-level sources available in a Python environment.

V10i2 = Vol 10, No 2(2018) DOI: 10.5101/nbe.v10i2.p117-128 Anticancer Drug 5-Fluorouracil in Aqueous Solution by Differential Pulse Polarography: An Assessment of Optimum Conditions


The potassium phosphate buffer as a supporting electrolyte of anticancer drug (5-fluorouracil (5 FU)) was the best among solutions of sodium phosphate buffer and Britton Robinson buffer in differential pulse polarography (DPP) at pH = 7.0 and T = 37 °C. The changes of temperature did not effect on inactivity of the supporting electrolyte (potassium phosphate buffer at T = 10-50 °C), and pH of the solution did not exceed 2% of each 5 °C (at pH = 7.0, by modified thermostat cell). However, the frequency measurements showed clear effect of temperature on diffusion current (IP /μA) of the chemotherapy compound in the range of 20-50 °C and under primary conditions. Then, the polarography measurements of 5-FU drug (at 10 μM, pH = 7 and T = 37 °C) gradually led to the optimum conditions: deposition potential =–0.9 V; drop size = 9.0 mm3; deposition time = 15.0 s; equilibration time = 5.0 s; pulse amplitude = 100 mV; pulse time = 7.0 ms; voltage step = 6 mV; voltage step time = 0.3 s; and sweep rate = 20.0 mV/s. The thermal assessment of 5-FU drug (after achievement of the optimum conditions) in a new thermostat vessel at HMDE by DPP showed that the reaction of 5-FU molecules represented pseudo first order reaction, instead of first order); the secondary waves of 5-FU drug may be due to formation of molecular complexes in aqueous solution and the reduction of 5-FU molecules at mercury surface electrode appeared as physisorption, instead of chemisorption.

V10i3 = Vol 10, No 3(2018) DOI: 10.5101/nbe.v10i3.p224-234 Stability of Anticancer Drug 5-Fluorouracil in Aqueous Solution: An Assessment of Kinetic Behavior


Spectroscopic measurements of pharmaceutical compound 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) drug was achieved in solvents with different polarity. The drug gave clear absorption peak at 259, 269, 270 and 266 nm in hexane, dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), N, N-dimethylformamide (DMF) and ethanol, as well as phosphate buffer respectively, which was consistent with the standard values in literatures. The results of extension coefficient (ε) and wave length (λmax) showed reduction in polar medium as compared to non-polar medium. The calibration curve of 5-FU drug was achieved by using serials solutions dissolved in phosphate buffer (pH = 7.4 and T = 37 °C) within the range of 1×10–6 ~ 1×10–4 M. The stability of 5-FU drug was studied in phosphate buffer at pH = 5, 6, 7, 7.4 and 8 with 1×10–5 M and T = 37 °C, according to the equation of first-order reaction. The hydrolysis of 5-FU disappeared at alkaline solution, but had noticeable hydrolysis in acidic solutions with the rate constant 25, 14 and 20 at pH of 5, 6 and 7 respectively. The calculation of molar extension coefficient and half-life (t1/2) showed same sequence of 5-FU hydrolysis. Then, rearrangement of obtained results offered complicated reversible equilibrium state by the combination between thermodynamic and kinetic behaviors of 5-FU hydrolysis; with Keq = 8.46, 6.11 and 142.8 at pH of 5, 6 and 7 respectively. The acidic hydrolysis of 5-FU occurred spontaneously within free energy (ΔG) did not exceed 10 kJ/mol, which meant the electro motive forces of interactions were weak, notable to release energy such as Van der Waals forces or hydrogen bonding.

Where can I find Justice?


This project comes from the necessity to fight against politics and money interfering in the judicial process in Brazil and the main study will be a proposition to change Justice the way it is today.

Where can I find Pindorama people?


Pindorama was the name indigenous people called the country where Brazil took place by the Portuguese. This project is to collect historical evidence of the genocide of these original people and how much of their land is being taken from them. There is an urgent call for these peoples whom suffered from the colonial times until these days.

Island parthenogenesis

  • Universidade da Madeira
  • Contact:Dora Aguin-Pombo
  • Application invited for:A student to studt the reproductive biology of asexual forms


The study of asexual reproduction is a core issue in evolutionary biology. One reason is that, despite the two-fold cost of sex, asexual reproduction is uncommon among most animal taxa Geographical parthenogenesis predicts that asexual reproduction is relatively common on islands. One explanation is that parthenoforms more easily colonise insular environments, since a single female is sufficient to establish a new population. However, detailed studies on the origin and history of colonization of asexual taxa on islands are scarce. We recently made an unusual report of three parthenoforms of Empoasca leafhoppers on Madeira Islands. This extraordinary finding can be interpreted as a natural variation of reproductive biology in insland populations, the result of hybridization or an infectious case of parthenogenesis. We propose to study the origin and history of island colonization and the reproduction of Empoasca leafhoppers in the Madeira archipelago through a multidisciplinary approach.

iorremediação Bioacumulação e Biomagnificação de derivados de petróleo oriundo do derramamento no Nordete brasileiro em 2019: estudos ecotoxicológico, comportamental e transgeracional em Arthrospira platensis, Artemia salina e Danio rerio.

  • Paulista University
  • Contact:Martha
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


erá alimentada com a cianobactéria Arthrospira platensis exposta a PAHs do óleo oriundo de derramamento em praia do litoral do Nordeste brasileiro.. A Artemia salina por sua vez, será usada para alimentação de animais adultos de Danio rerio (zebrafish), e então, realizar os análises moleculares, transgeracionais, fisiológicas e comportamentais, completando com análise da bioacumulação por transferência trófica, bem como avaliar a eficiência da biorremediação em relação aos danos causados pela água contaminada com petróleo.

Relação dos prejuízos cognitivos e comportamentais com o nível de funcionalidade em dependentes crônicos de substâncias psicoativas em situação de risco social

  • Paulista University
  • Contact:Martha
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


O uso de substâncias psicoativas tem se tornado um problema de saúde pública mundial e mesmo com a implementação de políticas públicas de saúde para controle e combate ao uso abusivo destas substâncias, o número de usuários vem aumentando exponencialmente. O uso abusivo de múltiplas substâncias psicoativas, sendo a cocaína e o seu subproduto o crack as de maior consumo e que causam maior dependência; já que atuam no sistema nervoso central ocasionam alterações neurocomportamentais como, por exemplo, distúrbios cognitivos (alterações de atenção e memória) bem como alterações de funções executivas. O objetivo deste estudo será verificar através de uma avaliação qualitativa, mediante aplicação de instrumentos específicos, as alterações cognitivas ocasionadas pelo uso abusivo destas substâncias e sua relação com os aspectos socioeconômicos, culturais e educacionais.

Molecular design and synthesis of new indole-based hybrid molecules as potential anti-cancer agents


New indole-based hybrid heterocyclic scaffolds will be identified as anticancer agents based on Schrodinger’s software. These molecules with varied structural modifications will be synthesized, well-characterized, and evaluated for in vivo and in vitro anticancer properties to establish structure-property relationships. Thus, the lead molecule will be identified.

Synthesis of new poly(pyrrole)-based nanocomposites for biosensing applications


New poly(pyrrole)s will be synthesized electrochemically and their nano-composites will be prepared and characterized. Their bio-sensing applications will be investigated and new devices will be fabricated as an analyzing tool.

Applications of NMR Spectroscopy as an Important Tool for Metabolomics Research


NMR-based studies on metabolites in combination with LCMS tool: Characterization of various metabolites in biosamples.

A comparative study model of the behavioural pattern of different user groups during a festival through cybernetic approach: A case of Durga Puja in Kolkata

  • Jadavpur University
  • Contact:Soumyadeep Dutta
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Kolkata popularly known as the ‘City of Joy’ becomes the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ during Durga Puja. Having started in the 16th century the legacy and age-old traditions have been successfully passed down to present generations. The magnanimity of this event can be inferred by observing the radical transformation of the city. The dazzling lights along with ethereal artistry enthrals one and all, as every nook and corner of the city comes to life for this weeklong event which otherwise remains unruffled for the rest of the year. The main aim of this paper is twofold - firstly to figure out how human behaviour and perception towards a particular environmental setting varies before and during Durga Puja and secondly to identify the possible factors that drive people to readily participate in organising this weeklong event in spite of obstacles. Two distinct cases have been considered for furthering the arguments and analysis.

Urban re-resilience for public places in post pandemic scenario: case of urban canalfronts

  • Jadavpur University
  • Contact:Soumyadeep Dutta
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Spaces when given a definitive meaning becomes a place. Each place has its own physical and social structure, set of activities and character which helps in establishing the urban imageability by enabling it to be easily identifiable to people. Public places allow a high degree of social engagement by encouraging a diverse mix of values and cultures of each individual in a particular setting. The sense of visual perception and cognition have allowed people to interpret public places in their own way based on its impact in their everyday lives. The transmission of the Sars-CoV-2 virus at the community level has affected millions worldwide causing implementation of stringent rules like nationwide lockdown, provision for emergency services only, social distancing and self-isolation. As a precautionary measure public places have been shut down completely. Like every other pandemic, this too will subside in future leaving behind life lessons on preparing for more resilient places. The burning question that arises is: How are we going to cope with our inadequacies and prepare a holistic framework for resilient public places within the urban fabric as part of our preparedness for not only COVID-19 but also post-pandemic situation in future? This paper aims to provide comprehensive urban design guidelines for consolidating the existential arguments that surrounds COVID-19 in public places and reinforcing best possible measures that can be taken for adapting to the ‘new’ normal. A case of urban canalfronts has been deliberated to demonstrate how the urban transformation of social space, recreation and amenities can become re-resilient through urban design principles. The adopted method will intrinsically look for optimized solutions based on case and site study on the key parameters for successful canalfronts like edge conditions, activity nodes, connections and accessibility to retain the significance of the place without compromising public health and safety.

NUCHAL CORD AND ITS IMPLICATION: HOSPITAL USM EXPERIENCE


Nuchal cord occurs when the umbilical cord becomes wrapped around the fetal neck 360 degrees. Nuchal cord occur in about 10–29% of fetuses, and the incidence increases with advancing gestation age. Most are not associated with perinatal morbidity and mortality. Still, a few studies have shown that nuchal cord can affect the outcome of delivery with possible long-term effects on the infants. Nuchal cord more likely to cause problems when the cord is tightly wrapped around the neck, with results of a tight nuchal cord conceptually similar to strangulation. Umbilical cord compression due to tight nuchal cord may cause obstruction of blood flow in thin-walled umbilical vein, while infant’s blood continues to be pumped out of the baby through the thicker-walled umbilical arteries causing hypovolemia, acidosis and anaemia. Some of these infants have physical features secondary to tight nuchal cords that are distinct from those seen with birth asphyxia. The purpose of this article is to review the pathophysiology of tight nuchal cord and explore gaps in knowledge and research areas.

Design of Smartphone Sensors for immunosorbent assay

  • Al-Ayen University
  • Contact:Taif Alawsi
  • Application invited for:COLLABORATORS


Due to the emerging outlook of using smartphone sensors in multidisciplinary research environment, the immunosorbent assay is now being categorized in sensing areas of smartphone sensors.

Machine Learning with Bio-Imaging

  • Al-Ayen University
  • Contact:Taif Alawsi
  • Application invited for:COLLABORATORS


Bio-Imaging techniques with good machine learning platform is the focus of this research.

Simulation of sensors in food safety applications

  • Al-Ayen University
  • Contact:Taif Alawsi
  • Application invited for:COLLABORATORS


Using commercial software for analyzing and simulating the optical sensors for food safety applications.

Estrés académico en la pandemia por COVID-19


La educación médica constituye un período de muchas tensiones, las cuales por la situación actual de pandemia pueden incrementar los niveles de estrés. Con el objetivo de evaluar según género y ciclo los niveles de estrés académico, los criterios respecto al apoyo docente en la educación en línea, nivel de satisfacción estudiantil, principales dificultades y la situación personal y familiar con respecto al contagio con COVID-19 en estudiantes de primer y segundo ciclo de la carrera de medicina de la Sede Azogues de la UCACUE durante el periodo Marzo-2020 Febrero 2021, se realizará un estudio descriptivo longitudinal que incluirá al total de estudiantes que acepten participar y hayan cursado su primer o segundo ciclo en el periodo Marzo- Agosto del 2020 y continúen en el ciclo Septiembre 2019 a Febrero 2020. Los participantes completaran vía internet el inventario SISCO y la encuesta dirigida a indagar sobre las dificultades académicas, personales y familiares enfrentadas durante la pandemia por COVID-19. Se creará una base de datos en SPSS y realizarán análisis estadísticos que incluyen, t de student para muestras pareadas y no pareadas y Chi cuadrado. Como principales resultados se espera el diagnóstico de los niveles de estrés académico, principales estresores, dificultades tecnológicas, el apoyo a los estudiantes en el proceso de la educación en línea, satisfacción, entre otros. Resultados que permitirán las correspondientes evaluaciones sobre la base de estresores propios del proceso docente y aquellos que se suman por la situación de pandemia en medio de la cual se desarrolla el proceso de aprendizaje.

Hábitos tóxicos en estudiantes de la carrera de medicina durante la cuarentena por Covid - 19


El aislamiento o cuarentena obligatoria decretada por la mayoría de países como consecuencia de la pandemia por Covid-19, ha provocado cambios significativos en las rutinas habituales de las personas, sobre todo en la población joven. Modificaciones en los hábitos de estudio, de sueño, de actividad física, hábitos alimenticios, así como el consumo de sustancias toxicas ya sean legales o ilegales. El objetivo de la presente investigación será evaluar los hábitos tóxicos en estudiantes de primer a décimo ciclo de la carrera de medicina durante la cuarentena. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo y de corte transversal; que incluirá al total de estudiantes de la carrera de medicina de la Universidad Católica de Cuenca de la sede Azogues que acepten participar y esten cursando algún ciclo dentro del período Septiembre 2020-Febrero 2021. Para el cumplimiento de los objetivos propuestos se aplicará un cuestionario que permita identificar el tipo de hábito de tóxico, frecuencia y motivo de consumo; durante la cuarentena decretada por estado ecuatoriano como consecuencia de la pandemia por Covid-19. Se creará una base de datos en SPSS y los resultados se exhibirán mediante frecuencias absolutas y relativas. Además se aplicará la prueba de Chi cuadrado para medir asociación entre las variables del estudio. Entre las principales resultados se espera conocer la prevalencia de hábitos tóxicos en los estudiantes de medicina; los hábitos tóxicos más frecuentes entre los que destacan: consumo excesivo de café, bebidas energizantes, alcohol y probable consumo de drogas de abuso (cocaína y marihuana). Los resultados que se obtengan servirán de línea base para nuevas investigaciones o proyectos de vinculación que tengan como meta mitigar los efectos negativos que pudiera tener el confinamiento sobre la población estudiantil y los posibles efectos sobre los resultados académicos.

Percepciones de los docentes y estudiantes de las Carreras de Educación, Tecnologías de Información, Ciencias de Salud y Bienestar de la Sede Azogues, ante el COVID-19


El proyecto se orienta a determinar y analizar las percepciones que tienen los docentes y estudiantes de las Carreras de Educación, Tecnologías de Información, Ciencias de Salud y Bienestar de la Sede Azogues, ante la pandemia provocada por el COVID-19, la investigación es tipo no experimental, cualicuantitativo y de cohorte longitudinal, se empleará un muestreo aleatorio estratificado y la recolección de datos se realizará mediante de encuestas, entrevistas y grupos focales, que permitan establecer el sentir de los docentes y estudiantes en cuanto a la ejecución de actividades académicas, administrativas, prácticas pre profesionales y vinculación con la sociedad que ejecutan las diferentes Carreras involucradas en el proyecto, datos que permitirán a las autoridades Universitarias tomar decisiones en cuanto a la mejora de servicios durante o pos pandemia.

Inservice training to science teachers


To Organise the programme on Inservice training to science teachers in Thoothukudi district.

Histological structure of the Eye in Tree Frog Hyla arborea savignyi

  • Al-Israa University College
  • Contact:Roaa Saleem Alrawe
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


This research was conducted to study the histological structure of the eye in the tree frog (Hyla arborea savignyi) and showed that it is composed of the eyeball and the lens and optic nerve. Appeared eyeball is surrounded by three Tunica from the inside to the outside are Tunica Interna, Tunica vasculosa, Tunica fibrosa. The tunica interna consists of the retina that consists of 10 layers are from outer to inner pigment epithelial layer, rods and cones layer, external limiting membrane, outer nuclear layer, outer plexiform layer, inner nuclear layer, inner plexiform layer , ganglion cells layer , nerve fibers layer, internal limiting membrane .The vascular tunic or Uvea consists of the choroid, ciliary body , and iris . The fibrous coat consists of sclera ,cornea ,limbus cornea. The lens showed Biconvex discoid.

NPK, MS Team and Jio alliance for virtual learning

  • Shri Prince Shivaji Maratha Boarding House's New Polytechnic, Kolhapur-416005, INDIA
  • Contact:Dr Sanjay Dabhole
  • Application invited for:Virtual learning for Rural Community students in South-Western Maharashtra Region


We are extended thank you for your support to MS Team user Id's under academic institution and complete the task to avoid academic loss of rural students with Zero rental

Emerging Technologies: SkillsBuild IBM Platform for Rural Community Skill development online training courses

  • Shri Prince Shivaji Maratha Boarding House's New Polytechnic, Kolhapur-416005, INDIA
  • Contact:Dr Sanjay Dabhole
  • Application invited for:Rural community Skill development online training courses


IBM's SkillsBuild platform offers best in class content and in-depth guidance to help learners success. Learners are able to assess the alignment of their skills and personality with in-demand job roles, engage in online learning, receive guidance from IBM mentors, and work on real projects to create a portfolio. Online learning is further supported by in-person work through NGO partners. SkillsBuild’s goal is to put the success of the learner first, beginning with skills and moving into a lifelong career trajectory

The intersection of Transitional Justice and literature, specifically drama

  • University of Baghdad
  • Contact:Hind Naji Hussein Ithawi
  • Application invited for:scholars interested interdisciplinary studies


The fictitious character who is looking for justice in Dorfman's 'Death and the Maiden' resembles real-life victims of dictatorships everywhere in the world. Can they find the justice they are looking for? is truth attainable for them?

Inverse methods in evaluating gas radiative properties

  • BLDEA's Dr P G Halakatti college of Engineering and Technology
  • Contact:Shashikant Cholake
  • Application invited for:Faculties and research scholar working in radiation heat transfer


Gas radiative properties are highly non-linear and are functions of temperature, wave number, pressure, and mole fraction. Several forward models are available to calculate gas radiative properties, however, in some complex cases, it is required to use the inverse methodology to calculate the same.

I+D+I PROYECT (P18-RT-1475) Violencia en las relaciones de pareja del Violence in the relationships of the students of the Degree in Early Childhood and Primary Education in Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla. Study and proposals for prevention and training in values


Violence in the relationships of the students of the Degree in Early Childhood and Primary Education in Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla. Study and proposals for prevention and training in values

Marketing Management , Performing Art actresses বঙ্গ বাজার অর্থনীতি এবং নটী সংস্কৃতির কাল বাদ পরশু


Marketing Management is very important in todays life. so Performing Art actresses need that.

Khamotayaner Britte Bongo Noti

  • Visva Bharati
  • Contact:MOU CHAKRABORTY
  • Application invited for:co-researcher and funding


Khamotayaner Britte Bongo Noti

Bengali children films of Satyajit Ray

  • Visva Bharati
  • Contact:MOU CHAKRABORTY
  • Application invited for:co-researcher and funding


Bengali children films of Satyajit Ray

Book Chapter: Application of bio-chemical in textile


The textiles and apparels are the basic needs of human beings and to meet the different types of requirements in different arena different types of textiles and apparel industries have been established. This large no of industries creates enormous job opportunities but at the same time the environment, where we live is now a challenging situation because of the production of large quantities of wastes by these industries. Textile industries especially dyeing, printing, finishing units used a massive volume of chemicals, a maximum of which are toxic and carcinogenic. These hazardous chemicals destroying the ecological system of the environment. Application of biochemical engineering or living organisms can be a good substitute for these hazardous, environment damaging chemicals. The main advantages of living organisms, i.e. enzymes are that the enzymes being used in mild conditions, such as medium temperature and neutral or at the low- level acid condition in maximum cases. Again the effluents produce from the biological process is not deteriorating to the environment as like as the effluents of conventional methods. This chapter will focus on the origin, types, composition, and application process of different types of enzymes in the chemical treatment of textile materials. The environmental impact of these biological processes will also be analyzed in this chapter.

Book Chapter: Advance technology in dyeing and printing


Textile coloration refers to dyeing and printing process. Dyeing is the thorough coloration of textiles while printing is the localized application of colorants and chemicals by any method which can produce particular effect of color on the fabric according to the design. This chapter discusses about the both modern technologies that are being utilized widely in textile coloration and future possible sustainable technologies. Conventional aqueous dyeing and printing processes consume a great quantity of water that creates waste water processing difficulties which arise global environmental threat, an alarming concern for sustainable development. On contrast, the scope, processing techniques, required machinery & equipment, advantages and other aspects of the emerging sustainable ecofriendly dyeing technologies like supercritical carbon dioxide dyeing, air dyeing, plasma assisted dyeing, laser assisted dyeing, ultrasound assisted dyeing, microwave assisted dyeing,

Technology integration in mathematics

  • College of Natural and Computational Science, Department of Mathematics, Wachemo University
  • Contact:Tola Bekene Bedada(Ph.D.)
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Integration of technology in the 21 century has no doubt. in order to go with this century, it is better to see whether the current education more specifically Mathematics is integrated with the day technology or not. The study will comprise of three main ideas. what is the integration of technology to the perception of teachers' and students' sides? second, what does the educational curriculum of mathematics seems like? the third which educational theory helps the education to integrate technology into the education system?

OBRADIPP


O Obradipp trata-se de uma iniciativa livre e independente de acadêmicos interessados no estudo da área de Direito Internacional. Não temos qualquer vínculo institucional direto com entidade de pesquisa ou ensino, ou mesmo registro em plataforma para este fim.A organização encotnra-se em processo de estruturação e, por isso,todos os novos membros serão parte deste esforço experimental de construção do Observatório voltado para a investigação, o estudo e o acompanhamento do domínio do Direito Internacional Público e Privado..

wearable electronics

  • VELLORE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Contact:Selvakumar
  • Application invited for:Industry tie up


Embedded electronics for health care monitoring

Accurate Estimated Model of Volatility Crude Oil Price

  • University Of Lampung
  • Contact:Supriyanto
  • Application invited for:https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep


Crude oil price (COP) data are time-series data that are assessed as having both volatility and heteroscedasticity variance. One of the best models that can be applied to address the heteroscedasticity problem is GARCH (generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity) model. The purpose of this study is to construct the best-fitted model to forecast daily COP as well as to discuss the prepared recommendation for reducing the impact of daily COP movement. Daily COP data are observed for the last decade, i.e., from 2009 to 2018. The finding with the error of less than 0.0001 is AR (1) – GARCH (1,1). The implementation of the model is applicable for both predicting the next 90 days for the COP and its anticipated impact in the future. Because of the increasing prediction, it is recommended that policymakers convert energy use to renewable energy to reduce the cost of oil use.

Characteristics of banks as determinants of profit management for islamic and conventional banks in ASEAN

  • University Of Lampung
  • Contact:Supriyanto
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


This study aims to analyze company characteristics as a determinant of conventional and Islamic bank earnings management in several ASEAN countries (Association of South East Asian Nations). The Multiple Discriminant Analysis was applied to determine the differences between Islamic and Conventional Banks. This test was conducted based on Capital Adequacy Ratio, Income Before Tax and Interest, Non-Performaning and Changing Loans, and Company's Size in the banks of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei Darussalam from 2014-2018. The data obtained from 200 banking entities were analyzed discriminatively. The results showed that there were simultaneous differences between Capital Adequacy Ratio, Earnings Before Tax, Loan Loss Provision, Non-Performing and Changing Loans, and Company's Size as determinants of earnings management between Islamic and conventional banks. Also, it was found that Company's Size was the dominant variable determining the management differences. Based on Discriminant Analysis, there were significant differences in the determinants of conventional and Islamic earnings management. The Changing Loan variable showed the highest contribution in determining earnings management in Islamic banks. Overall, this study found that conventional banks dominated Islamic system in practicing earnings management.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Foreign Investor Selling Transactions (Case Study at LQ45 Company for the 2019-2020 Period)

  • University Of Lampung
  • Contact:Supriyanto
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


This study aims to determine the significant differences in the fair value, equilibrium price, and volatility of LQ45 stock returns before and after the first COVID-19 event. We applied the Multiple Discriminant Analysis test by taking data 75 days before and after the national announcement of the first COVID-19 event for the period 2019-2020. The results showed the significance value of the fair value and the balance price of 0.129> 0.05 and 0.814> 0.05 decreased compared to before the COVID-19 incident. Meanwhile, the value of the volatility of stock returns was 0.047 <0.05. after the announcement shows the value has increased.

BUDAYA KHATAMAN AL-QUR’AN DI ERA MILENIAL

  • IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon
  • Contact:Imam Sibaweh
  • Application invited for:sejarah, ritualitas dan budaya khataman Alquran di era milenial


Budaya khataman Alquran menjadi tradisi yang berkembang bahkan menjadi kebanggaan masyarakat Cirebon apabila berhasil mengkhatamkan Alquran, budaya ini merupakan sebuah budaya yang saat ini menjadi semakin berkembang di tengah-tengah masyarakat Cirebon, yang dilakukan oleh anak-anak bahkan oleh orang dewasa yang telah selesai mempelajari Alquran dengan baik dan benar. Pendekatan penelitian dengan metode penelitian qualitatif analisis deskriptif

Healing in multifunctional laminated composites for aerospace applications.

  • Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology (A), Rajahmundry
  • Contact:Tankeshwar Prasad
  • Application invited for:DST Project


In view of the inevitable damage due to interlaminar as well as intralaminar fracture in laminated composites the concept of healing is endorsed in this research proposal. Presently, most of the industrial and academic research highlights the development of healable polymer composites with single step healing. This proposal is based on the development of innovative repeatable healing enabled fiber reinforced laminated composite (FRP) and their evaluation to recommend them as next generation smart composites.

Development of Leg Power, Force and Reaction Testing Device Based on The Affordable Platform with Android in Badminton

  • universitas pendidikan indonesia
  • Contact:Agus Rusdiana
  • Application invited for:Sport Science


The purpose of this study is the development of leg power, reaction time, and force device based on affordable platform with android in badminton. The method used the Research & Development (R&D) approach. 30 samples were involved in testing the prototype device instrument. The materials used were Loadcells TAL220 sensor, Arduino Nano Microcontroler and Bluetooth HC-05. The results showed that the correlation coefficient values for the measurement of the leg power, reaction and force variables each had values r = 0.904, r = 0.891 and r = 0.687, while the reliability were leg power r = 0.832, reaction r = 0.841, and force r = 0.972 using a significance level of 0.05.The conclusion from these data shows that the prototype of this device instrument has a high value of validity and reliability after compared with standard commercial tool so that this prototype is very feasible to be used especially in badminton

Analysis Differences of Vo2max between Direct and Indirect Measurement in Badminton, Cycling and Rowing

  • universitas pendidikan indonesia
  • Contact:Agus Rusdiana
  • Application invited for:Sport Science


One of determinant factors of an athlete’s high achievement is a good physical condition. The cardiorespiratory endurance becomes one of the vital physical condition components in sport. The measurement of cardiorespiratory endurance for the aerobic capacity can be conducted by measuring the maximum oxygen consumption (VO2max). The measuring method of VO2max value can employ the direct and indirect measurement approaches. The purpose of this study was to analyze the VO2max with the direct and indirect measurement in badminton, rowing, and cycling by considering the different mechanism of the dominant movement of each other. The method was a descriptive quantitative study with comparative approach. The sample of this study were male athletes in rowing, badminton, and cycling involving 24 athletes. Each sport consisted of eight athletes as the samples.

Effect of Fatigue on Biomechanical Variable Changes in Overhead Badminton Jump Smash

  • universitas pendidikan indonesia
  • Contact:Agus Rusdiana
  • Application invited for:Sport Science


Background. The badminton forehand overhead jump smash is one of the high speed and powerful motions among various racket sports. Objectives. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of fatigue on the kinematic variable movement changes during overhead jump smash in badminton. Methods. This study is descriptive quantitative research with the pre-test and post-test design methods used to obtain data from 15 male badminton players, aged 19.4±1.6 years, height 1.73 ± 0.12 m, and weight 60.8 ± 3.7 kg. The study used three high-resolution handy-cams, motion software Frame DIAZ IV, and 14 point manual markers to analyze body segments’ movement when carrying out a jump smash. Furthermore, an ergo treadmill was used to test the players’ level by running. Results. The results showed that the shuttlecock velocity was faster during pre-fatigue (188 km/h) than under the condition (145 km/h).

INTERNSHIP DURING THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC: STUDENTS AND SUPERVISORS PERSPECTIVE


The purpose of this study was to determine the benefits and skills of students from internships during the COVID 19 pandemic from students' and supervisors' perspectives. The survey was conducted through a set of structured questionnaires were given to accounting students majoring in Indonesia's apprentices and supervisors. This research found that the skills developed during the Internship was willing to learn, the ability to work together, and enthusiasm. In contrast, the less developed skills are accuracy, ability to work independently, absorb new things, analytical skills, discipline, and on time. This research was conducted on interns in accounting, and because research on perceptions will allow subjective explanations. This study provides feedback to students, departments, and supervisors to improve internship activities in accounting majors. This research was conducted in the accounting department during the COVID 19 pandemic and from students and supervisors

The COVID-19 Monster that Triggers Indonesian Socio-Political Changes: A Phenomenological Review


More than 90,000 people are suffering from the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resulting in the world-ranking cases. The outbreak was a catastrophe by the end of 2019 in Wuhan, China. COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 2663 lives with 77,658 cases and is currently the biggest health threat to the global community. The Chinese government has established special hospitals and travel restrictions to reduce the spread of this disease, and its wide-ranging effects on Indonesia have caused 10,118 cases, 7,804 people treated, 792 people died, 1,522 people cured until the end of April 2020, and the number will rise exponentially. The objectives of this research are (1) to outline the phenomenon of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) that potentially brings forth socio-political changes, and (2) to describe how the government's strategic policies set to solve the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. Using a qualitative research method, researchers took the data from several e

The Paradigm Shift of E-learning System in Indonesia During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Phenomenological Perspective


Shortly after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in mid-February 2020, the Indonesian government called for solutions toward its spread, including the Ministry of Education and Culture that ordered the educational authorities or providers to carries online learning from home so that the online learning system has become a policy in Indonesia. The objectives of this research are to (1) outline the phenomenon of the Covid-19 pandemic that has shifted the paradigm of the e-learning system in Indonesia, (2) describe how to implement an independent learning system based on e-learning as a strategic government policy in handling the Coronavirus cases, and (3) highlight the results of a problematic analysis of e-learning system during the Covid-19 times through a phenomenological perspective. As qualitative research using a phenomenological approach, the data were collected from various events, participants, in-field findings, literacy, coding processes, analysis and representation, criter

A Brief History of Catholics in Bali, Indonesia


Most of the population on the island of Bali in Indonesia is Hindu. It would be interesting if there were also a small group of people who were Catholic. Therefore, to find out this unique thing, historical research can provide an input that can help to better understand the situation there.

energy storage device

  • R N S Institute of Technology, Visveswaraya Technological University
  • Contact:Smitha M G
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


An organic conducting polymer Polypyrrole with perovskite nano material composite will be synthesized which can work as an effective energy storage device

Nitrogen Hetero cycles of Pharmacological importance

  • Channabasaveshwar Institute of Technology, Gubbi, Tumkur, Karnataka, India
  • Contact:Dr.Umesh Laddi
  • Application invited for:Funds


Some 1,2,4-Triazoles and their derivatives will be prepared and tested for pharmacological properties

LBNF


Now-a-days people are looking for ‘organic’ labels in food due to harmful ill effects of indiscriminate agrochemical usage. Organic farming, natural farming etc ensure eco-friendly foods. Here, a novel, yet, traditional way of food production using only trees and their parts and products to cultivate crops and maintain soil fertility is discussed. LBNF is a traditional Indian system of farming to produce quality food. Here, indigenous and introduced leguminous tree leaves serve as soil fertility builder and leaf extracts serve as foliar nutrition for crops growth and protection from pests and diseases. Three principles of LBNF are BMT, LTS & TBE.

increasing student hardiness during learning from home

  • Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Contact:Mochamad Nursalim
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


increasing student hardiness during learning from home

Thèse de Doctorat « La Libye post-Kadhafi et l'évolution de la question amazighe », sous la direction de Kamal Naït Zerad (Lacnadd, Inalco – Paris) et Federico Cresti (Università di Catania, Italie).

  • Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales
  • Contact:FERKAL Masin
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Les Berbères qui ont joué un rôle important dans la guerre menée contre le régime de Kadhafi ont été confrontés à l’hostilité des autorités libyennes à la dimension amazighe de la Libye. Les divergences ont donné lieu à un bras de fer entre les deux parties. Tout en exerçant des pressions sur les autorités libyennes pour imposer leurs droits, les Berbères, à travers leurs instances représentatives, notamment le Haut conseil des Amazighs de Libye, œuvrent pour internationaliser leur cause et occupent le terrain culturel et politique en territoire berbère. Cette recherche consiste à étudier les relations qu’entretiennent les Berbères avec les différents acteurs politiques et militaires libyens, leur rôle dans les différents conflits et les alliances ponctuelles qu’ils établissent. Il sera question également de voir comment gèrent-ils leurs villes et villages (administration, action culturelle, action sociale, etc.) avec un intérêt particulier à leurs rapports à leurs langue et identité.

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Frequency of [aac(6’)-Ie-aph(2”)] gene and aminoglycosids drug resistance in clinical Staphylococcus aureus isolates by two phenotype and molecular methods (Oral Presentation) (ICB 2017 International Congress On Biomedicine)

Interculturality and Social Movements

  • Assumption College Autonomous Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala
  • Contact:Dr. Poulami Aich Mukherjee
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Application of Interculturality model for solving the problems of inequality, exclusion, and social unrest in the contemporary world.

Portugues Legacy and Heritage Conservation

  • Assumption College Autonomous Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala
  • Contact:Dr. Poulami Aich Mukherjee
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Understanding the notions of nation, nationality, trans-national ideas, and contemporary legacy studies through the perspectives of heritage conservation in the contemporary world.

Maritime Cultures and Coastal Societies

  • Assumption College Autonomous Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala
  • Contact:Dr. Poulami Aich Mukherjee
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Perceiving coastal life, material culture, and the romance of maritime culture and their legacies.

How to save the Iraqi fish from extinction


Goal: This project aims to raise awareness to keep the Iraqi Fish as a national resource needs care and attention by the government and the citizen. It is facing threats from overfishing and their numbers are receded significantly.

FUZZY INVENTORY MODELS WITH MACHINE LEVEL LANGUAGE


Abstract. Trade Credit is an important service in modern business operation. Therefore to incorporate the concept of vendor-buyer integra- tion and ordersize, dependent trade credit, we present a stylized model to determine the optimal strategy for an integrate vendor-buyer inven- tory system under the condition of trade credit. This paper develops an approach to determine the optimum economic order quantity and total annual integrated cost for both vendor and buyer under the fuzzy arith- metical operations of function principle are proposed. A full fuzzy model is developed where the input parameters annual demand, production rate, set up cost, holding cost, purchase cost, transportation cost, order processing cost, carrying cost are fuzzy trapezoidal numbers. The optimal policy for the fuzzy production inventory model is determined using the algorithm of extension of the Lagrangean method for solving inequality constraint problem and graded mean integration method is used for def

Критерий оценок знаний и умений в условиях ДОТ

  • Кыргызский экономический университет им. М.Рыскулбекова
  • Contact:Фарида Кулуева
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


В статье рассматривается критерий оценок знаний и умений в режиме on-line.

Evidence for Mesoproterozoic Components in the Arabian-Nubian Shield


Reviewing and summarizing the early ideas on the existence of Mesoproterozoic components in the Arabian-Nubian Shield (ANS). It sheds more light on their significance in crustal evolution of the ANS. Nowadays there is a general agreement among geologists that the late Mesoproterozoic to Cambrian period is one of the most remarkable geological record in Earth’s history. It began with the fragmentation of Rodinia supercontinent (1300 Ma and 900 Ma) and ended by the amalgamation of Gondwana supercontinent.

Uranyl minerals deposits of the Arabian Nubian Shield


Uranyl minerals deposits are found filling cavities and as surface encrustations on some crystalline rocks of the Arabian Nubian Shield (ANS). The mineral assemblages include not conclusively uranophane, kasolite, soddyite, boltwoodite, autunite, meta-autunite, liandratite, brannerite, uranopyrochlore, ishikawaite, fergusonite and betafite. Several locations in the ANS were investigated in order to identify the genetic history of these deposits.

Execution of the foreign Judgements and documents in Iran

  • Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch
  • Contact:fatemeh andy
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


foreign documents and executing the communities grow and develop ties crucial and inevitable task. Two of the sentences in the courts and execution of arbitral awards are done. In sentences and documents in the world, there are several systems that have any kind of a legal system with a ruling identified. Like most countries in the intermediate system is a control system that follows is limited. Implementation of this decree stipulated in Article 169 of the Civil execution Act accurate and expressed. Iranian court in such circumstances and conditions to determine if the application performs compliance with the requirements of Article 169 and thereafter requested and accepted the sentence or document issued by a foreign And otherwise it rejects. The execution of arbitral awards should also be said that the complex system that governs the terms and procedures of law governing the conditions and procedures.Due to these qualities, we can say that in principle the execution of foreign docum

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  • State University of New York at Binghamton, NY, USA
  • Contact:Trivedi Gargi Naresh
  • Application invited for:Doctoral Position (Funded)


I am currently a doctoral student at the Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE), Binghamton University, New York. I am always interested in contributing my research in ‘Green and Clean Energy’. My research interest always has been in the Energy Market, Optimization Techniques, Grid Integration of Renewable Sources, and Engineering Education. I like to share work with a person working in the same areas. I am always ready to work on a new idea, which could be mine or others. It is always grateful to me if anyone wants to share work with me.

Case study on distance students’ readiness for using library information resources: implications for online information literacy training


Abstract Purpose – This paper reports a case study on first-year distance students in the School of Accountancy at the University of South Africa (Unisa), their self-rated levels of readiness for using online library information resources, the library website and the implications for online information literacy training. Design/methodology/approach ‒ A survey case study based on an electronic questionnaire was done from July to August 2015 with first-year students in the School of Accountancy. 29 685 students from four academic departments (Auditing, Management Accounting, Financial Accounting, and Tax) were invited; 587 questionnaires could be used for the analysis. Descriptive quantitative and limited qualitative data were collected. Findings ‒ Findings revealed that students lacked searching and information retrieval skills such as searching for books from the online catalog, retrieving articles from electronic databases, searching for online reference sources. Barriers in using th

Design, develop an information literacy programme for rural crop farmers in Lepelle-Nkumpi municipality, Limpopo Province


In this era of the fourth industrial revolution, information and technology play an important role in every sphere of the economy and life in general. Information literacy, information literacy programmes and information literacy skills training have become a subject of interest and a topic of discussion in many subject areas, particularly in library and information science professions. However, in the field of agriculture, information literacy skills are either overlooked or not provided. Therefore, this study designed an information literacy programme for the rural crop farmers in the Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality in the Limpopo province. In performing this study, the researcher explored the extent to which such a programme can assist rural crop farmers in attaining skills to access the agricultural information needed to enhance their crop farming. Furthermore, the study determined the level of information literacy skills among rural crop farmers in the Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Munic

Tratado sobre la especie humana


Revisión sobre nuestra definición como especie e individuos: Animal de Realidades Guía existencial para el ser humano Modelo existencial tridimensional Teoría del On

The Implementation Of Demonstration Method To Increase Learning Outcome In Natural Science Lessons

  • Universitas HKBP Nommensen Pematangsiantar
  • Contact:Kevin William Andri Siahaan
  • Application invited for:Jurnal Obsesi : Jurnal Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini


The purpose of this research is to improve student learning outcomes in Natural Science subjects by using the demonstration method. This type of research is classroom action research. This research has two cycles. Each cycle consists of two sessions and four phases, namely planning, implementation, observation and reflection. The subjects of this study were grade 2 elementary school students who collected 21 people. The results of the study concluded that the use of the demonstration method can improve student learning outcomes in science subjects Class 2 State Elementary School 173606 Pangururan

Peran Sistem Maron Masyarakat Tani Kota Serang dalam Komunikasi Pembangunan Sebagai Upaya Peningkatan Ekonomi Berbasis Syariah


Peran Sistem Maron Masyarakat Tani Kota Serang dalam Komunikasi Pembangunan Sebagai Upaya Peningkatan Ekonomi Berbasis Syariah

Philology Studies at the Tjong A Fie Mansion Museum

  • Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • Contact:Rudiansyah
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


This article discussed the study of Chinese calligraphy texts/characters at the Tjong A Fie Mansion museum as covered in philological scholarship. The notion of philology in this paper is not limited to the root words but is broader along with the development of this science from time to time, in studying the cultural treasures of the past from the object of study which is called a manuscript. The research method was paradigmatic in order to create a form of research report that has been done. Presented starting from the descriptive, analytical and comparative stages. Utilizing the theory of philological explanation from Henri Chambert-Loir.

Anthropology

  • Institute for the Study of the Globalization of Science
  • Contact:Sujay Rao Mandavilli
  • Application invited for:collaborators


From a global perspective

Sociology

  • Institute for the Study of the Globalization of Science
  • Contact:Sujay Rao Mandavilli
  • Application invited for:collaborators


Fr0m a global perspective

Economics

  • Institute for the Study of the Globalization of Science
  • Contact:Sujay Rao Mandavilli
  • Application invited for:collaborators


From a global perspective

Mathematical Modeling of Consciousness

  • N S S College, Kerala University
  • Contact:REJI KUMAR K
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The aim of the project is to develop a mathematical theory of Human Consciousness. An axiomatic approach to the study of consciousness is already under consideration. According to this theory, models form the basic units of consciousness. There are three types of models

Domination in Graph Theory and Related Topics

  • N S S College, Kerala University
  • Contact:REJI KUMAR K
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Domination is an established area of research in Graph Theory. The project aims at further research in this area.

Mathematics for Social Change and Development

  • N S S College, Kerala University
  • Contact:REJI KUMAR K
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Mathematics is not a subject just for study and teaching. It has the fascinating potential of applications in all fields of knowledge. This project aims at exploring all such possibilities.

Customer Shopping Behaviour

  • Dwaraka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College
  • Contact:Kavitha S
  • Application invited for:Relevant research article


Analysis the behaviour of customer shoppinghabbits, what they purchased and purchasing frequently

BLOOD CYTOLOGY IN PATIENTS WITH DOWN SYNDROME


Objective. To describe the complete blood count (CBC) values of pediatric patients with Down syndrome and report the most common non-malignant hematological alterations. Materials and Methods. The analysis includes data from 450 patients with Down syndrome, aged 0-18 years, whose clinical charts included CBC panel results for the period January 2008 through March 2018. Results. A total of 3438 CBC panels were analyzed with descriptive statistics to find the values and statistical dispersion of the major indicators, with percentiles, and reported separately by sex and age group. The most common non-malignant hematological alterations found were macrocytic anemia, leukopenia, lymphopenia, and thrombocytosis. There were differences in values in all three series. Conclusions. The CBC panels and hematological alterations are summarized for patients with Down syndrome.

Reference values of serum creatinine in healthy dogs in relation to body weight


Serum creatinine is one of the parameters most used in clinical practice to assess nephrotic function and kidney injury in domestic animals through the indirect assessment of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In veterinary medicine, there is a scarcity of information on creatinine metabolism as a function of anthropometric characteristics (gender, breed, age and weight) of animals evaluated individually. The objective of this work is to determine the reference values of serum creatinine for healthy dogs in relation to body weight treated by the Hospital Veterinário (HV) of the Federal University of Goiás (UFG). A descriptive analysis of the recorded data of healthy the 120 canine patients treated in the routine of the HV/UFG will be carried out, in the period 2017 to 2022, in which information reactive to sex, race, age, weight and results of laboratory tests will be recorded (blood count, creatinia and urea). The animals will be stratified according to sex (male or female), age gr

Scene understanding in Autonomous Driving

  • University Politehnica Bucharest
  • Contact:Ceachi Bogdan
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


One of the major challenges that autonomous cars are facing today is driving inurban environments. To reach this goal, the main focus will be on studying themost recent and relevant state-of-the-art results on scene representation, to predictand detect events that may occur in autonomous driving. The research that I wishto undertake, aims to investigate the interpretation of pedestrian behavior andpedestrian tracking in autonomous driving.

"A Middle Eastern Religious Minority in Search of Peace: Historiography of 74 Instances of Yazidi Mass Atrocities and Genocides"


Article II of the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide “defines genocide as the commission of certain acts with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group” (The United Nations Convention 1948). This proposed research explores ways of highlighting the genocides suffered by the Yazidis and suggests how authorities can avert future incidents. First, this research will document the genocides suffered by the Yazidis in the Mesopotamian region. There is a common narrative that Yazidis have experienced 74 genocides; second, this research project will use this claim to frame the investigation and to determine the historical context of the genocides. Before the 2014 genocide, Yazidis were forgotten and left to the mercy of their Muslim neighbors. Their painful history was ignored and lacked proper documentation.

A Book: Yazidi Encyclopedia: A Concise History of Yazidi Religion and Culture.


A lot has been written on Yazidism, but this book is an attempt to provide maximum information about the Yazidi religion, culture and history under one cover. This book is a collection documenting and preserving Yazidi history, the history of their genocides, the causes of these genocides, strategies for preventing future genocides, gender roles, status of women and the concept of disability in Yazidism, violence and segregation against Yazidis, and customs, traditions, culture and religious practices of Yazidism.

Vishwakosh

  • Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik
  • Contact:Dr. Kavita Salunke
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Encyclopedia of Education Development

Comunidades Académicas de Compromiso (student engagement) en ambientes híbridos y virtuales de aprendizaje.

  • Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga -UNAB-, Colombia
  • Contact:Adriana Martinez
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Las Comunidades Académicas con Compromiso describen la capacidad de un estudiante para comprometerse de manera afectiva, conductual y cognitiva en un curso que se ofrece en modalidad híbrida o virtual. Basado en la zona de desarrollo próximo de Vygotsky, el modelo examina cómo la capacidad de un estudiante para comprometerse aumenta con el apoyo de dos tipos de comunidades: la del curso y la personal

Competencias digitales como marco integral de formación y acompañamiento a profesores

  • Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga -UNAB-, Colombia
  • Contact:Adriana Martinez
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Las competencias digitales son las capacidades, conocimientos y habilidades para usar de forma segura y crítica la tecnología. En el ámbito de los profesores, las competencias digitales pueden verse como marco integral para el diseño de programas de formación y acompañamiento para mejorar los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Tanto el Ministerio de Educación de Colombia como la Unión Europea (DIGCOMP) han establecido lineamientos en este sentido, donde se resaltan competencias tecnológicas, pero también comunicativas, pedagógicas, de gestión y de investigación.

Database creations


Compile information either scattered or not minded. Any data could be accessed anywhere offering links to any related information.

Laboratory simulations


For equipment in lab. Create virtual equipement to show students how to use the material in lab. Show them the techniques, from a chemical, biological, biochemical, physical, medical, biomedical lab. Any kind of lab. Ask questions and show laboratory real results including prerecorded results of mistakes and errors.

Book publishing


To accompany databases and articles. For libraries and students. From different situations, write books, to keep them in libraries. Topics: education, dinosaurs, biochemical mathematics (lab), biotechnology, space, evolution of the human species.

Astrophysical plasmas and fluids

  • Tezpur University, Assam, India
  • Contact:Pralay Kumar Karmakar
  • Application invited for:Collaborators, Experts, Examiners, etc


I am interested in structure formation dynamics

FUZZY LOGIC

  • St. Joseph College of Arts and Science
  • Contact:HENSON.T
  • Application invited for:Science, Engineering and Medical Equipments with Collaborators and Students


Applications of Fuzzy logic in Science and Technology, Engineering , Economics, Life and Medical Sciences.

Soil Ecotoxicology


Usefulness of some enzyme of selected species of earth worm as biomarker to detect heavy metals pollution in soil

Soil Ecotoxicology


Usefulness of some molecular biological technique of Porcelio laevis ( Isopoda) as biomarker to detect heavy metals pollution in soil

Bioremediation of Plastic pollution


Utility of earthworm gut containing bacteria in degradation of polythene & polypopeline

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  • Gulbarga University, kaaburagi, Karnataka, India
  • Contact:Subhaschandra J. Malled
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


ABSTRACT: Increasing carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere, the expansion of available areas for tropical and subtropical crop production, two crop cultivation, and crop fertility as a result of fertilization are positive effects of global warming. The weather affects every aspect of our lives, from our food sources to our transportation infrastructure, what clothes we wear, where we go on holidays. It has a huge impact on our livelihood, our health and our future. Weather is a long-term model of weather conditions at any given location. A mix methods approach including quantitative and qualitative data were employed. Primary data were collected using a structured questionnaire through a household survey during September and October 2020. The study respondents were 50 Marginal farmers in the flood-prone areas of Hyderabad Karnataka. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, coefficient of correlation and stepwise regression.This will have a major impact on agricult

Voice to Text Recognition for smart desktop applications

  • Institute of Aeronautical Engineering
  • Contact:Dr P.Chandana
  • Application invited for:Collaborators and Students


This project is intended to help out the blind persons and software employees to use resources of a computer efficiently with a desktop assistant gets activated with a voice.

Need and Resource management during Natural Calamities

  • Institute of Aeronautical Engineering
  • Contact:Dr P.Chandana
  • Application invited for:Collaborators and Students


This project is to provide the immediate help for the people who got stucked at the time of Natural calamities like Flood, EarthQuakes, Tornados etc. The aim of this project is to use Google Maps, Social Media to have a communication and tacking of nearby resource centers or ngos for extending the help.

OPUS


open science

LORETTA


just transitions

Epimorphic regeneration in salamanders

  • Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua (UACH)
  • Contact:Hugo Varela-Rodríguez
  • Application invited for:Data collection and analyzing


Understand from the omics perspective the different regulatory mechanisms underlying salamanders, which allow them to regenerate a wide diversity of tissues and even complex biological structures, without triggering malignant neoplastic events.

A Study on the Use of E – Journals among the Students of K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology in Tiruchengode”

  • KSR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  • Contact:Mrs INDRANI T
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


 Published paper on “A Study on the Use of E – Journals among the Students of K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology in Tiruchengode” Volume 4, Issue 3. July – Sept.2014 (ISSN 2349302X, IJODLS)

 Published paper on “Water Quality Assessment in Kalingaraya Canal – A Distributary of River Bhavani Erode District – Tamilnadu” Volume 6, Issue 2 April – June 2018 (ISSN 2348-313X, IJLSR

  • KSR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  • Contact:Mrs INDRANI T
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Published paper on “Water Quality Assessment in Kalingaraya Canal – A Distributary of River Bhavani Erode District – Tamilnadu” Volume 6, Issue 2 April – June 2018 (ISSN 2348-313X, IJLSR

 Published paper on “ Relationship between Adjustment and Success among Post Graduate Students” Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020 (ISSN 1021-9056, Infokara Research)

  • KSR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  • Contact:Mrs INDRANI T
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


 Published paper on “ Relationship between Adjustment and Success among Post Graduate Students” Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020 (ISSN 1021-9056, Infokara Research)

Development of new drugs / molecules for the emerging diseases

  • Kasthooribha Gandhi Pharmacy College
  • Contact:Dr M Senthilraja
  • Application invited for:Looking for Collaborators in this fields


Infectious tropical diseases have a huge effect in terms of mortality and morbidity, and impose a heavy economic burden on affected countries. These diseases predominantly affect the world’s poorest people. Currently available drugs are inadequate for the majority of these diseases, and there is an urgent need for new treatments. This Review discusses some of the challenges involved in developing new drugs to treat these diseases and highlights recent progress. While there have been notable successes, there is still a long way to go.

String Theory

  • Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics
  • Contact:Chen-Te Ma
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Double Field Theory is a proposal to incorporate T-duality as a symmetry structure of a field theory on a 2d-dimensional doubled torus. When String Theory on a $d$-dimensional torus, the symmetry group is isomorphic to the orthogonal group O(d, d; Z). Double Field Theory has the additional dual torus. Hence Double Field Theory provides a doubled geometry. One can see the manifest T-duality structure in Double Field Theory.

Quantum Information

  • Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics
  • Contact:Chen-Te Ma
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Many studies in Quantum Entanglement were derivable based on numerical approaches. Therefore, people are interested in developing new technology for obtaining analytical solutions. Recently, the Ryu-Takayanagi prescription in the Anti-de Sitter (AdS) spacetime simplifies the computation. The procedure is to solve a co-dimensional two surface with a minimized area and a given boundary coming from one lower-dimensional Conformal Field Theory (CFT). This result implies that emergent spacetime comes from the degrees of Quantum Entanglement. Although the conformal symmetry has largely constrained possible analytical solutions, the n-sheet method (replica trick) could not have a convenient application. Developing methods beyond or without the replica trick in the AdS/CFT correspondence has received much attention in the study of Quantum Information.

Quantum Field Theory and Lattice Theory

  • Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics
  • Contact:Chen-Te Ma
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Applying the perturbation method to QFT builds a generic tool for a probe of a weakly coupled region. Although people still do not know how to study a strongly coupled region from a similar procedure, various physical phenomena and experiments confirmed the perturbation method. The most interesting strongly coupled system should be Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). QCD describes the dynamics between quarks and gluons. The color confinement and asymptotic freedom are open questions. The difficulty is the extraction of physical information from the low-energy QCD. The numerical study is also time-consuming due to a strong constraint of the Nielsen-Ninomiya theorem. The low-energy (or strong coupling) regime is necessary to develop new numerical and analytical tools because the coupling is strong. This direction address an unsolved problem in mathematical physics, the Yang-Mills existence and mass gap problem.

Dynamics of Nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

  • The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir
  • Contact:Muhammad Faisal
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


To gain an understanding of the heat transfer performance  Applications of extending surfaces in nanotechnology  Stability analysis of the solution  Numerical Inspections of Newtonian and non-Newtonian nanofluid flows

Dynamics of Hybrid nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

  • The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir
  • Contact:Muhammad Faisal
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


1. Inspection of heat transport in hybrid nanofluids. 2. Discussion on thermo-physical properties of various nanoparticles. 3. Thermal conductivity of heterogeneous two-component systems. 4. Unsteady flows towards stretching devices. 5. Numerical Simulation via Keller-Box method.

Dynamics of Ternary Hybrid nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

  • The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir
  • Contact:Muhammad Faisal
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


1. To study the aspects of random motion and thermo-migration of nanoparticles. 2. Discussion on the shapes of nanoparticles. 3. Numerical Simulation via Keller-Box method. 4. Unsteady flows towards stretching devices.

organic farming

  • Medinirai Medical College , Palamu, Jharkhand
  • Contact:DEVALRAJU RAVISANKAR
  • Application invited for:approval


Organic farming is a method of farming system, which primarily aims at cultivating the land and raising crops in such a way, so as to keep the soil alive and in good health. It is the use of organic wastes (crop, animal and farm wastes, aquatic wastes) and other biological materials, mostly produced in situ along with beneficial microbes (biofertilizers) to release nutrients to crops, which connotes the ‘organic’ nature of organic farming. Use of Biofertilizers and microbial cultures Biofertilizers viz: Rhizobium, Azotobacter, Azospirillum, PSB and Pseudomonas etc have been found to be very effective tools of fertility management and biological nutrient mobilization. Recently customized consortia of such biofertilizer organisms, better adapted to local climatic conditions have also been developed and are available commercially. Efficiency of such microbial formulations is much higher under no-chemical use situations, therefore application of such inputs need to be ensured under all cro

Material Science-OLEDS

  • GM Institute of Technology, Davangere
  • Contact:Dr. G H Pujar
  • Application invited for:Fabrication and sensing applications


Photophysical/Optoelectronic properties, characterization of novel organic compounds and laser dyes, Energy Transfer studies in nanomaterial dispersed organic compounds & their possible role in emerging applications, Computational Physics (G09 Pro).

“MICROFLUIDIC PLATFORMS FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF METAL CATALYSTS IN MEMBRANELESS FUEL CELL SYSTEMS"

  • VELS INTSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND ADVANCED STUDIES
  • Contact:ELUMALAI MUNIRATHINAM
  • Application invited for:RESULT


Graphene supported Pd–Rh–Sn trimetallic electrocatalysts are prepared by the thermal decomposition of a polymeric precursor method, and used as the anode electrocatalysts for membraneless fuel cell. The physical and electrochemical properties of the as-prepared electrocatalysts are investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), cyclic voltammetry (CV), chronoamperometry (CA) and fuel cell test. XRD results show that the diffraction peaks in Pd–Rh–Sn/G catalysts shift slightly to higher 2θ values compared with that of Pd/G catalyst, suggesting the formation of Pd–Rh–Sn alloying. TEM results show that the morphologies of Pd–Rh–Sn trimetallic catalysts are uniformly spherical with the particle size of about 4.5 nm on the graphene surface. Besides, it has been found that the Pd–Rh–Sn /G (1:1:1) catalysts have much higher catalytic activity for the oxidation of Ethanol than Pd/G catalyst. The membraneless fuel cell with Pd–Rh–Sn /G (1:1:1) anode ca

Stereo-EEG

  • IRCCS Istituto delle Scienze Neurologiche di Bologna
  • Contact:Elena Pasini
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


During 2022-2025 we expect to begin the stereo-electroencephalography study of the patient affected by cryptogenic focal pharmacoresistant epilepsy. All this project will be possible thanks to the collaboration with the collegues of Niguarda Hospital of Milan. Project financed by the Emilia-Romagna Region

Neuro-critical care unit monitoring

  • IRCCS Istituto delle Scienze Neurologiche di Bologna
  • Contact:Elena Pasini
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


During the last years we improve our experience in the field of the long term monitorig EEG and therapy of refractory and super refractory status epilepticus. At the same time we pursuit an important project of multidisciplinary evaluation of the long term prognosis in patients with severe brain injuries

Lafora Disease

  • IRCCS Istituto delle Scienze Neurologiche di Bologna
  • Contact:Elena Pasini
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Clinical and electrophysiological characterization of Lafora affected patients

A Critical Edition of Persian Manuscript “Jazb-al Qulub Ila Dayar-al Mehboob”

  • University of Delhi
  • Contact:ALEEM ASHRAF KHAN
  • Application invited for:will be completed within one year.


Proposal for Critical Edition of Persian Manuscript “Jazb-al Qulub Ila Dayar-al Mehboob” for Faculty Research Programme under IOE scheme 1. Name: Aleem Ashraf Khan 2. Position: Senior Professor 3. Email: aleemashrafkhan@gmail.com 4. Telephone: 9315174986 5. Department: Department of Persian, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 Introduction: Shaikh Abdul Haq Muhaddis Dehlavi was a great scholar of Islamic Sciences. His ancestor, Agha Mohammad Turk, migrated to India in 13th Century A.D. during the reign of Sultan Alauddin Khilji (1296-1316A.D.) when the Mongols destructed the Central Asia. Shaikh Abdul Haq Muhaddis Dehlavi described this event in Akhbar-al-Akhyar fi Asrar-al Abrar. Shaikh Abdul Haq Muhaddis Dehlavi was born in the holy month of Muharram on A.H. 958/A.D. 1551 at Delhi during the reign of Islam Shah (A.H. 952-90/A.D. 1545-1552). The contemporary of Shaikh Abdul Haq, Abul Fazl Allami was also

Quilombos e a constituição de sociedades neotéricas no Mundo Atlântico - Maroon settlements and the constitution of neoteric societies in the Atlantic World


Research on colonial maroon settlements in Brazil and in other sectors from the Atlantic world, ir order to address the processes of building new identities in contexts of resistance to the colonialism.

Opportunities and Challenges of Post Covid Learning among the Engineering Students.


There are opportunities and challenges followed by the pandemic period. Although we have not overcome the situation, I find this is the right time to look into the situation of the aspirants of engineering studies.

Health Monitoring and Prognosis of Electric Motors in Electric Vehicle

  • MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences
  • Contact:K MANICKAVASAGAM
  • Application invited for:Collaborator


Electric mobility has become an essential part of the future of transportation. Detection, diagnosis and prognosis of fault in electric drives are improving the reliability, of electric vehicles (EV). Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) drives are used in a large variety of applications due to their dynamic performances, higher power density and higher efficiency. In this study, health monitoring and prognosis of PMSM is developed by creating intelligent digital twin (i-DT) in MATLAB/ Simulink.

SOYBEAN SELECTION AGAINST CERCOSPORA LEAF BLIGHT DISEASE CAUSED BY CERCOSPORA KIKUCHII BASED ON ANATOMICAL RESISTANCE

  • College of Health Science of Bina Cipta Husada
  • Contact:Fajar Husen
  • Application invited for:Anatomical resistance


Soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) is the third food crop commodity after rice and maize in Indonesia. This plant is also known as the most important source of vegetable protein, which is relatively inexpensive, but a decrease in soybean productivity can occur due to infection with disease-causing pathogens, one of is Cercospora kikuchii which causes Cercospora leaf blight (CLB). The research objectives were to determine the anatomical resistance and disease severity of soybean cultivars against CLB. The method was an experiment with a completely randomized design (CRD) factorial pattern; factor 1 being soybean cultivars (Dering, Slamet, Grobogan, Wilis) and factor 2, namely pathogen inoculation (0 conidiospores/mL and 105 conidiospores/mL). Anatomical method preparations using paraffin, staining with 1% safranin. Disease criteria are based on the council of scientific and industrial research (CSIR) assessment method. Data were analysis used analysis of variance (p<0.05)

Ethanol extract of the mushroom Coprinus comatus exhibits anti-diabetic and antioxidant activities in streptozotocininduced diabetic rats

  • College of Health Science of Bina Cipta Husada
  • Contact:Fajar Husen
  • Application invited for:Antidiabetic effect


To identify the benefits of ethanol extracts of the C. comatus fruit body in streptozotocin-induced hyperglycemic rats by evaluating their blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c), insulin, glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4), and glutathione (GSH) levels, with and without extract administration

Antioxidant Activities and Properties of Coprinus comatus Mushroom Both Mycelium and Fruiting Body Extracts In Streptozotocin-Induced Hyperglycemic Rats Model

  • College of Health Science of Bina Cipta Husada
  • Contact:Fajar Husen
  • Application invited for:Antioxidant supplement


The study evaluated in vitro and in vivo treatments to evaluate antioxidant effect and activity of C. comatus. The in vivo treatment was conducted using six groups of Wistar rats (n = 24). Group 1 healthy control (HC), groups 2–6 received 45 mg/Kg BW of streptozotocin once, group 2 just streptozotocin-induced (NC), group 3 was given 45 mg/kg BW of metformin (PC), groups 4–6 were given 250 (T1), 500 (T2), and 750 mg (T3) of C. comatus extract for 14 days, and the in vitro was conducted using an antioxidant oxidant assay. Data were analyzed using analysis of variance and Duncan’s multiple-range tests

Fundamentals of Semiotax: models of sentence equations for Artificial Intelligence


Development of a Linguistic Theory, focused on the sentence and whose ultimate goal is to formulate models of sentence equations useful for Natural Language Processing

UEMS na Rota/Corredor Bioceânico


O projeto de pesquisa busca contemplar de maneira inter/multi/transdisciplinar cinco eixos temáticos - Direito, Inovação e Integração; Educação, cultura e impactos sociais; Turismo, Gestão e sustentabilidade; Saúde e Fronteira e Território, negócios e transporte - relacionados o corredor Bioceânico. O projeto tem por objetivo geral promover pesquisas que darão suporte a implementação do corredor Bioceânico por intermédio de um programa institucional da UEMS. O enfoque metodológico pauta-se em perspectivas qualitativas e quantitativas para contemplar as diversidades dos contextos e das áreas do conhecimento. As pesquisas possuem em comum os estudos que abarcam o território do corredor Bioceânico dos quatro países (Brasil, Paraguai, Argentina e Chile) de acordo com as especificidades do enfoque de cada pesquisador. A fundamentação teórica é ampla e atende as especificidades da cada área do conhecimento envolvida.

Broadcast Technology for 2030 Reference: Srivastava, A., & Srivastava, H. O. . (2021). Broadcasting in 2030: Crystal Gazing. European Journal of Applied Sciences,9(6), 453–462. https://doi.org/10.147

  • World Development Foundation, India
  • Contact:Aprajita Srivastava
  • Application invited for:Funds and Collaboration


Broadcasting has informed, educated and entertained the world population during last 120 years of its inception. There has been lot of technical evolution during this period namely coming of digital and compression technologies, emergence of satellite, internet and fiber optics adding to the earlier terrestrial mode of transmission and providing simplex to duplex mode and interactivity. This has also led to any person becoming a broadcaster using her/his smart phone and the social media like YouTube, Instagram, Facebook etc. apart from tens of thousands of DTH channel operators. In this scenario, the content called king, has suffered most, losing its appeal, integrity, reliability and ethics. Authors feel that by 2030, this will lead to the closure of most of the Public Broadcasting services, News Channel and unethical content broadcasters. Only A few bigger global delivery companies will survive who harness the potential of interactive and enhanced TV (ITV and ETV).

Working on ECGC's Project-IV


ECGC's Project-IV looking the root cause behavior of decline in ECGC's MLT Insurance business in India

political science


political science

political science


political science

political science


political science

Redesign of land suitability criteria for agriculture commodity

  • Universitas Negeri Gorontalo
  • Contact:Nurdin
  • Application invited for:for center of soil research, agriculture department, plantation corporation, students


Rearrange land suitability criteria based on land characteristics and quality that are directly related to agricultural crop production

Fundamentals of Semiotax: models of sentence equations for Artificial Intelligence

  • Consejería de Educación. Junta de Andalucía
  • Contact:Gloria Lopez Ramos
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Development of a Linguistic Theory, focused on the sentence and whose ultimate goal is to formulate models of sentence equations useful for Natural Language Processing

Physical-Food Program Effect on Some Physical Measurements to Reduce the Infection of Polycystic Ovaries in Women aged (20-25) Years.

  • College of Physical Education and Sports Science for Women-University of Baghdad
  • Contact:abeer Dakhil hatem Al-selmi
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the predominant pathological conditions in the majority of women.Which results from endocrine disorders. Approximately 6-10% of women of childbearing age suffer from this at ages (12-45%), which results in a lack or loss of fertility in females, due to an increase in androgens in women, which leads to a lack of ovulation and an increase in body weight and the emergence of obesity, and thus will lead to irregular or interrupted menstruation. (Stadnicka G.& etal:2015) Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, and obesity is one of the risk factors for developing it, in addition to lack of movement and the presence of similar cases in the family. The diagnosis of PCOS depends on two of three things that can be found in the syndrome, anovulation, and an increase in the level of androgens. And ovarian cysts, which can be detected by ultrasound, and that PCOS has no specific treatment, and tre

sports training

  • College of Physical Education and Sports Science for Women-University of Baghdad
  • Contact:abeer Dakhil hatem Al-selmi
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


New sports training methods

racket games

  • College of Physical Education and Sports Science for Women-University of Baghdad
  • Contact:abeer Dakhil hatem Al-selmi
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


badminton, tennis

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  • jackxcode404
  • Contact:jackxcode404
  • Application invited for:jackxcode404


jackxcode404

Bite force assessment before and after Endodontically Treated Teeth

  • Universidade Federal Fluminense
  • Contact:Daniele Cavalcante
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Decreased sensitivity to occlusal load could lead to a greater risk of damage to endodontically treated teeth. In dental research, bite force has been recorded as a variable to assess the efficacy of various dental procedures.Objective: To evaluate the impact of endodontic treatment on the proprioception and consequently on masticatory system.

Tendences of development of Teachers' Professional Roles and competences


The aim of the project is to be determined empirically the actual status-role and competence models of teachers.The research methodology includes a structured questionary, organized in 3 sections. Section 1 include 9 questions for establishment of teachers attitudes about contemporary professional status and roles. Section 2 include 9 questions for establishment of teachers attitudes about key professional competences. Section 3 include demographical questions. In Section 1 and Section 2 questions represent an ordinal scale, 6 questions have an optional answer, and 10 questions require a free answer from the respondents. The results are analyzed with qualitative and quantitative content analyze, correlative analyze and analyze of the weighting factors. The received results are compared with the results of previous studies. The findings of the study inform about the dynamics of the status-role models of teachers.

Stimulating the non-standard nature of the pedagogical subjects


Whithin the project the non-standard nature of teachers, children and students are researcht. Methodologies for stimulating the non-standartness of the pedagogical subjects are developed and tested.

Perceptions of student teachers on materials development in EFL hybrid teaching practicum due to the pandemic: Empirical evidence from Indonesian teacher

  • University of Wiralodra
  • Contact:Kardi Nurhadi
  • Application invited for:Teacher collaborator and co author


During the past decades, numerous research has reported that the extensive of material development from a wide range of aspects provide an insightful finding in EFL learning, nonetheless, limited research has been done with student teachers, especially their perceptions on material development in hybrid learning due to the pandemic situation in teacher education landscape. Against this backdrop, this phenomenological case study report on how student teachers’ perception on crafting material development in hybrid learning during the teaching practicum. Out of thirty students in cohort, five student teachers were recruited as the participants on voluntary basis. The data were derived from in-depth interview with the participants regarding their live experiences on crafting material development in hybrid learning. Findings revealed that material developments in hybrid teaching practicum need to adjust students’ culture of learning, learning platforms and learning engagement.

Farmers’ willingness-to-pay for eco-friendly agricultural waste management in Ethiopia: A contingent valuation


The abundance of agricultural waste (AW) production following rapid population growth and resource constraints has created an urgent need for sustainable agricultural waste management (AWM) for the welfare of rural society. In Ethiopia, open burning of biomass is common practice after harvest and in household cooking, and smoke and improperly discarded AW are also major problems. However, compared with municipal waste management, AWM is poorly addressed. In this study, we seek to assess the current AWM status, farmers’ willingness to pay (WTP), and the factors affecting WTP for ecofriendly AWM in the Mirab Gojjam, Amhara region of Ethiopia, which has not been studied previously. Data were collected through a contingent valuation survey of 353 randomly selected farmers in early spring 2018. We offered labour days and money as a payment vehicle. The mean annual WTP is 6.84 labour days (eq 273.50 Birr) and 8.20 Birr in monetary value, respectively. The strongly significant

cognition of agriculture waste and payments for a circular agriculture model in central china


An integrated model combining multi-layer cradle to cradle approach: cost effective, technically sound, and bioenvironmental cutting-edge agricultural waste assessment technologies are lacking; to address this gap, the study proposes circular agriculture model (CAM) to support an integrated, bio-based, sustainable and broadly applicable rural society. CAM is an innovative, quasi-public product, bio-commodity, and concept. This study uses survey data on the Chinese province of Hubei to consider the returning of crop residues to the soil and manure for compost or biogas production (first-generation biorefinery). It explores farmers’ environmental understanding and their willingness to pay (WTP) under a “polluter pays” principle. Factors, including education, infrastructure, trust in family-neighbors, and environmental attitudes, have a significant effect on WTP. Moreover, income, sustainability-recycling behavior, environmental perception, perceived usefulness-easiness, and trust-in-gove

CONTENT BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL ON EDGE DETECTION ALGORITHM AND COMPRESSION WITH ACO DURING BOUNDARIES ANALYSIS

  • Om Sterling Global University Hisar
  • Contact:ANSHU MEHTA
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Edge detection and compression in ant colony optimization and image processing is the subject of current research. The suggested study is centered on the integration of ACO with an edge detection technique and compression. Detection of edges, optimization of ant colonies, and image processing are all topics that have been studied in the past. The difficulties that have been addressed in earlier research are included in the problem statement. According to ant colony optimization requirements, edge detection is necessary when it comes to image processing. Edge detection is also used for image processing, and this is done using the edge detection approach. Edge detection pictures have been studied for contrast, correlation and entropy as well as for energy, variance, deviation, smoothness, and skewness throughout the feature extraction process

Teacher’s Congress- Towards Capacity Building

  • Kalinga University, Raipur
  • Contact:Vijayalaxmi Biradar
  • Application invited for:Received funding from IEEE EAC 2022


Empowering the teachers of today, for the citizens of the future. “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination” A. Einstein As we are aware that Government of India has come up with New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and is rigorously working on it to implement in full swing at all levels. There are lot many changes going to occur at school, college and university level education. The main aim of the workshop is to build capacity in teachers participating in the program with the necessary 21st century skills, knowledge and values to enable them implement the program more effectively in their respective institutes. Objectives By the end of the workshop, the participants were expected to have... 1. known what the purpose of education is. 2. known the changing trends in the 21st century and how education can respond accordingly. 3. enumerated challenges they face in implementing the program and 4. come up with mitigations to the challenges in No.3 above. 5. been inspired a

Social Ideas Enterprise challenge

  • Kalinga University, Raipur
  • Contact:Vijayalaxmi Biradar
  • Application invited for:Received funding from IEEE EAC 2022


The Kalinga University has set up Innovation Cell with the following objectives: 1. To promote awareness about social entrepreneurship among our students as a tool for social action 2. To nurture and guide entrepreneurial initiatives of our students and alumni 3. To act as a resource centre for the social enterprise ecosystem in Raipur through various events, programs and publications. The purpose of this event is to launch Social Ideas Enterprise challenge among undergraduate students across India. This idea challenge event will be a yearly flag ship event of Kalinga University with following objectives: • To provide students from all parts of the country an opportunity to explore social entrepreneurship and share their innovative ideas in a rigorous and competitive manner • To provide a platform for students to shape their ideas through mentorship support and networking with other budding entrepreneurs in the social entrepreneurial circuit The contest will focus on socio-environmenta

SMART HEALTH KIOSK FOR RURAL AREAS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

  • Kalinga University, Raipur
  • Contact:Vijayalaxmi Biradar
  • Application invited for:Applied for funding


Tele-health monitoring system is an innovative system for improving healthcare system from long distance using IOT. This system creates communication among patients & healthcare professionals. In rural areas, there are Public Health Center(PHC) & in few areas not even one PHC is also not available. Hence it is really difficult to get the treatment of huge number of villagers in rural areas and gather the data.Hence, this system monitors & measures different parameters like pulse, breath rate, oxygen in blood, ECG signals, glucose levels, BP, lung capacity, snore waves, body temperature, etc. using this system. This data is collected & sent to the cloud database in PHC where doctors will monitor the data and able to call for an ambulance in emergency.

Violencia en las relaciones de noviazgo entre adolescentes de 13 a 19 años matriculados en instituciones educativas de esmeraldas desde una perspectiva de la Salud Pública


Proyectos que se desarrollara con metodología cualitativa y cuantitativa, con la finalidad de estudiar las características con las que se presenta la violencia durante el noviazgo y crear estrategias educativas que ayuden a disminuir los fenómenos que las producen.

La Violencia durante el noviazgo: Un estudio mixto en adolescentes de la ciudad de Quito y Esmeraldas -Ecuador.


L violencia en el noviazgo de adolescentes con información de ambos miembros de la pareja de acuerdo con lo planteado en el modelo APIM considerando los dominios individual, familiar y comunitario. Este proyecto se desarrollara con la PUCE de Quito, Esmeraldas y otras Universidades

Enzymes as self-propulsive catalytic nanomotors: development of laboratory of active matters


Active matters that transduce chemical energy into mechanical motion and capable of showing self-propulsion are examples of biomimetic nonequilibrium systems. Enzymes as catalytic nanomotors are one example of active matter which draws great interest for their possible applications in drug or antidote delivery at specific locations. In the experimental study catalase and urease enzyme molecules show enhanced diffusion in presence of their substrate, hydrogen peroxide and urea respectively in a concentration-dependent manner. Using optical microscopy and dynamic light scattering analysis it has been shown that the effective diffusion coefficient, differ from Brownian motion, increased by 14% & 20% for urease and catalase respectively. The study opened up new biomedical applications such as intelligent enzyme-powered drug delivery vehicles, separation of catalyst molecules based on activity, among others.

Molecular Virology

  • Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
  • Contact:Parthiban S
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Animal viral diseases

MUDANDO A VIDA: um estudo sobre as Políticas de Ação Afirmativa como instrumento de inserção universitária da vida dos estudantes provenientes da população negra e pobre da sociedade brasileira.


O projeto tem como proposta mapear o perfil dos estudantes bolsistas das ações afirmativas. ao desenvolvermos este estudo queremos identificar e conhecer ainda mais de perto este importante segmento social do corpo discente desta instituição. Assim, importa, para além de mapear a configuração étnica, de gênero, etária entre outros dos estudantes oriundos das camadas mais pobre da população beneficiados com esta especifica Ação Afirmativa, entender e conhecer se o acesso e a passagem desse segmento social por esta instituição, especialmente no que concerne aos indivíduos da população negra, se configura como um significativo instrumento de melhoria da vida através da educação como condição de possibilidade de concretude e efetivação da cidadania plena.

Beat Heart Disease WithOut Surgery

  • Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo
  • Contact:Dr Prem Battu
  • Application invited for:Pathologists and cardiologists


Heart disease is wrongly named. Heart disease is really an arterial or circulatory disease but the term "heart" is so widely used and understood that even the medical profession continues to use it.

Efficient Classification by RESNET-50 and compare by deep learning architectures for lung chest X-ray images

  • SRI SARADA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN(AUTONOMOUS)
  • Contact:V. Thamilarasi
  • Application invited for:Interested persons communicate me


I have already completed this work and i need collaboration for SCI publishing only

In the eyes of the students, COVID19 prevention efforts at Al Zahraa University


Across sectional study was done to assess the COVID19 preventive strategies for students at Al-Zaraa University. A total of 182 undergraduate students in Health and Medical Technology college took part in this cross-sectional questionnaire-based study. Data from 182 students were collected and analyzed. Of the participant 57.7% were at the age of 19-20 yr., 152(83.5%) were residing at Karbala. 120(65.9%) of the students do not think that the university applied a preventive measure against COVID19. 95(52.2%) think that the university enforced students to wear masks inside the campus. Regarding social separation on campus, 162 (89 percent) believe it is not appropriate156 (85.7%) and 116 (63.7%) of the participants, respectively, believed that there are no preventive measures against Corona in the campus cafeteria and university transportation. During the COVID19 pandemic, Al-Zahraa university' execution of prevention and control measures was found to be weak. Effective interventions are

Health effect of Fluoride


Fluoride was documented as a neurotoxin that could be hazardous

Cloning in human for gene therapy


Cloning in human for gene therapy

Cloning in human for gene therapy


Cloning in human for gene therapy

Good Practices in Basic Education Schools in The Public Network in Socially Vulnerable Regions in The ABC Paulista

  • Universidade Municipal de São caetano do Sul (USCS)
  • Contact:MARCO WANDERCIL
  • Application invited for:Doutores


The research project falls within the field of human sciences in the area of Education, Research Line: Education Policies and Management. It aims to study good school practices in public schools located in regions of high social vulnerability in the Greater ABC Paulista, based on performance in large-scale assessments. To achieve the objectives, a review of the specialized literature will be carried out, establishing the so-called State of the Question, followed by field research to collect empirical data, through semi-structured interviews and focus groups with directors, teachers, employees, students and parents of students. Schools will be selected according to their performance in the latest Basic Education Development Index - Ideb released, and based on the São Paulo Social Vulnerability Index - IPVS of the SEADE Foundation. Schools that show high performance in Ideb and are located in regions of high social vulnerability will form part of the study. Initially, schools located in

Balancing of Web Applications Workload Using Hybrid Computing (CPU-GPU) Architecture


In the current network system, there is no proper workload management of web applications and monitor the collaboration between users and web applications. Due to the truancy of centralized management in the mainstream network system, misgivings faced are proper memory ratio, data transfer between user and device, host outstanding methods, and tenure utilization of CPUs and GPUs. In order to make the graphical resources highly available to the network environment, it is important to have an efficient and enhanced service of the hybrid web application workload balancing model. It automates tasks that should be processed and reduces the overall time in processing, mitigating administrative costs and lesser Processing time. Service delivery is also a part of hybrid computing it governs where each job provisions the respective services with respect to each user. Each user’s information is stored in the database and used for authentication which will reduce the time of login each time users

“Vida política y libertad. Una lectura desde Hannah Arendt en América Latina”


El propósito central de este trabajo de investigación en un primer momento es la reflexión y comprensión de los estudios arendtianos en torno a dos nociones “vida política” y “libertades” propuestas filosóficas y teorizaciones que dan las posibilidades de la acción política desde marcos amplios en resistencias, movimientos sociales, así como en las formas cotidianas que permiten proponer alternativas para concebir la vida ciudadana desde formas emergentes de su comprensión en las potencialidades de comunidades políticas en reconocimiento, dignidad y libertad de su acción como una perspectiva ética y de justicia.

Human energy management


Human energy management is an eye opener for professionals who have smart goals but their mental and physical energy will not allow them to create interest towards achieving them . So the purpose of this project is to examine the determinants of human energy management and create awareness about balancing the energies and achieving their goals

Modelo de gestión del proceso de diseño Arquitectónico


Afinación y definición de un modelo para gestionar el proceso de diseño Arquitectónico, basado en ecuaciones estructurales.

Modelo hibrido de gestión y simulación del proceso técnico y administrativo del desarrollo y construcción de proyectos de vivienda de interés social.


Definición del modelo de gestión exitoso para un proyecto inmobiliario de vivienda de interés social, en base a ecuaciones estructurales y simulación.

Overview of the Application Student Fatigue Surveillance at High School


As of July 15, 2022, a new coronavirus infection, COVID-19, has spread worldwide, causing more than 500 million cases and over 6.3 million deaths. The COVID-19 pandemic situation presents many challenges and unprecedented social distancing problems that have changed habits, one of which is in the field of education. During the COVID-19 pandemic, learning was carried out online according to the direction of the Ministry of Education and Culture. All educational activities began to use video conferencing, mobile based, and computers/smartphones. The transition of the original learning system offline to online requires students to adapt to these conditions. This has a negative impact, one of which is fatigue in students. The impact of student fatigue causes a sense of loss of spirit, laziness, stress, insomnia. This research was carried out in 2020 with a data collection technique, namely using a Focus Discussion Group (FGD) on the head/leader of a senior high school (SMA) in the East Jav

Android based smartphones as experimental tools


(03/2022 to Current) Research Project on Technological Beginner (Program PIBIT/IF Fluminense, Edital 226/2022): Android based smartphones as experimental tools – Project focused on develop a guide for didactic experiments on physics using smartphone. A undergraduation student works producing, interpreting and translating good practices about it published in papers.

Developing a experimental guide for smartphone experiments on physics


(08/2022 to Current) Research Project on Technological Beginner (Program “Mais Ciência”, Prefeitura Municipal de Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ): A serie of experiments using smartphone will be organized, structured, tested and a specific description directioned for pupils will be presented. A guide will be published and offered to the public base education system. < https://sites.google.com/edu.campos.rj.gov.br/mais-ciencia/inicio>

BEHAVIOUR OF FRC USING STEEL SLAG ON RC MEMBER UNDER IMPACT LOAD

  • T JOHN COLLEGE OFENGINEERING
  • Contact:SHILPA H TOFIN
  • Application invited for:CO AUTHORS WORKING ON SAME CONTENT


There is a growing interest in using waste materials as alternative aggregate materials and significant research is made on the use of many different materials as aggregate substitutes such as coal ash, blast furnace slag and steel slag. This type of waste material can solve problems for lack of aggregate in various construction sites and reduce environmental problems related to aggregate mining and waste disposal .Steel slag is produced as a by-product during the manufacture of iron and steel. Significant quantities of steel slag are generated as the major by product from the conversion of iron to steel in the basic steel making processes so an attempt is made here to study bridge the gap between unused or recycled waste in construction industry

EV Mobility and Management

  • Gujarat Technological University
  • Contact:Tusharkumar K Panchal
  • Application invited for:Technical Researchers


EV will be the futre and its usage required smart management for Mobility of parts and other materials. SO, planning to have some mechansim for this which will enable the EV ecosystem for smooth operations.

Analysis of Air Quality Index and Related Health Impact on Public Health and Suggest the safest route for traveling

  • MIT Academy of Engineering Alandi Pune
  • Contact:Pranav Shriram
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


In 21st Century monitoring environmental value is a challenging and complex task but technology has changed now we can easily find the air quality index of any area. In the existing scenario, we will easily get air quality and environmental parameters on the internet. On the internet generalize statistical data is available which shows the quality of air. In a current scenario, the environmental parameter is impacting human health. In day today, the air quality index going worse and it impacts people's health. The people are facing different health issues like hair loss, asthma, lunges, and heart problems. It is important to know the environmental condition in our day-to-day traveling route. Recently air pollution is increased, and the increase of harmful air particles is majorly affected by the air quality index. Exposure to air pollutants affects human health and causes many hazardous diseases like asthma and many more having a major impact on the lungs. The air pollution is im

Host Range studies for sugarcane yellow leaf virus.

  • ACHARYA N.G.RANGA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
  • Contact:HEMALATHA TM
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Sugarcane yellow leaf disease is an important disease and spreading at alarming level devastating the sugarcane cultivation at nation wide. As a measure of managing the disease, it is very essential to study the alternate hosts that acts as reservoirs for the virus.

Towards a telemonitoring system for epileptic patients: Safety and implementation

  • Boumerdes university
  • Contact:BELKACEM Samia
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The objective of this project is to design a system for the acquisition of physiological signals (ECG/EMG) by IoT for the detection of epileptic seizures, whose data security is ensured by cryptography, finally an implementation of a solution is targeted.

Virtualizing a Musician for music course

  • University of Lampung
  • Contact:Riyan Hidayatullah
  • Application invited for:computer music researcher and composer.


The study will collaborate with computer science experts to create a virtual musician program for students to learn performing music in class. Until now, performing music learning is still done in groups, consisting of at least two students who interact with each other. Virtual musicians will take over that role with audio streams arriving in real time. Output : a virtual musician agent that plays with the same musical logics and with the same sound (musical behavioral simulation). Resulting situation : the human musician plays freely along with the virtual one (creative clone) in an improvisation setup

BIOMASS VALORIZATION TO PRODUCE SUBSTANCES ANALOGOUS TO FOSSIL-BASED COMMODITIES


Indonesia is an archipelago country that contains a lot of variety of biomass, either as waste or commodities. Biomass or lignocellulosic compound consists of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, extractives/volatiles, and ash. Biomass fractionations determine the compound structure because severe pretreatment brings damage to cellulose or lignin structure. This research aims to get lignin fractions from biomass to produce a unique functionalized platform of lignin molecules without damaging their structure. Furthermore, lignin is isolated from the black liquor and subject to depolymerization step to obtain renewable flatform chemicals. These obtained chemicals such as aromatic and furanic can be used for many products such as bio-fuels, plastic, pharmaceutical, and many others

Economics as a Pure Science: Narratives against the Mathematization of Economics


This paper is about narratives against the mathematization of economics. Based on Stuart Mill's scientific inquiries, quoted from A System of Logic, Ratiocinative, and Inductive (1851), some important points are parallel with the essence of the mathematization of economics. However, writings of Nobel Laureates are offered to criticize it, and thus provide the disfavor to the mathematization of economics. This paper conceives that even if mathematics is applied to economics, it should only be complimentary and subject to improvement. It should not act forcibly upon equating economics to natural or pure science.

The Impact of Infrastructure Development on Poverty in Developing Countries: A Panel Pooled Mean Group Estimation


The paper investigates the impact of infrastructure development on income per capita using a panel data set covering 12 developing countries from 1983 to 2020. The paper applies three estimation methods Panel Pooled Mean Group (PMG), Full-Modified OLS (FMOLS), and Dynamic-OLS (DOLS) to deal with the issues of heterogeneity and endogeneity. The PMG estimator shows income per capita positively is influenced by infrastructure investment and remittance inflow, but the result for trade is insignificant. For the robustness examination, the study performed the FMOLS and DOLS methods. The results also show the positive impact of infrastructure investment on income per capita. Thus, one of the key policy implications of the study is that the policy authorities need to support proper infrastructure investment as means of promoting income and alleviating poverty.

Hydrothermal carbonized carbonaceous material-based gas sensor

  • Hiroshima University
  • Contact:MENGLI ZHANG
  • Application invited for:Collaborators who are related to this fields and Students


According to carbon nanotubes to contribute carbon neutral society topic, my current research background is researching Carbon nanotubes (CNT) based gas sensors; the result shows high sensitivity and selectivity compared with traditional gas sensors. Furthermore, knowing the response mechanism of polar and non-polar molecules to MWCNT-based gas sensors is important for further research and practical application of MWCNT gas sensors. Also, there is little study research about the effect of polar and non-polar molecules on the response of MWCNT-based gas sensors, and the mechanism of adsorbing polar and non-polar gas molecules is still unclear. So, the expected research topic, in the beginning, would be the mechanism of polar and non-polar gas molecules' adsorption on CNT-based gas sensors. Then, however, we will expand the study area to the hydrothermal carbonized carbonaceous material-based gas sensor.

Carbon-neutral sustainable development based on hydrothermal technology

  • Hiroshima University
  • Contact:MENGLI ZHANG
  • Application invited for:Collaborators who are related to this fields and Students


To achieve carbon-neutral sustainable development based on hydrothermal technology, such as finding the possibility of replacing the Lithium part in the battery as much as possible to find a supplement way for our world lacking Lithium problem. There is also some research about using multiwalled carbon nanotubes as an anode in Lithium-Ion batteries. Xiong et al. (2013) also reported that carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have great potential as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries. The measured reversible lithium-ion capacities of CNT-based anodes are considerably improved compared to conventional graphite-based anodes. On the other hand, the dual carbon idea to replace lithium-ion, which uses carbon at both the anode and cathode of the battery also draw much more attention.

Energy storage related fields

  • Hiroshima University
  • Contact:MENGLI ZHANG
  • Application invited for:Collaborators who are related to this fields and Students


Energy storage has become an important part of renewable energy technology systems. Solar energy, which is a major renewable energy source, is of intermittent nature, and its effective utilization is partly dependent on efficient and effective energy storage systems. Thermal energy storage (TES) is a technology that stocks thermal energy by heating or cooling a storage medium so that the stored energy can be used later for heating and cooling applications and for power generation. TES has recently attracted increasing interest to thermal applications such as space and water heating, waste heat utilizations, cooling, and air conditioning. Energy storage is essential whenever there is a mismatch between the supply and consumption of energy.

Macro-Meso y Micro currculo en los programas de Contaduría Pública.


Establecer la forma en la cual se determinan los elementos curriculares en los programas académicos de Contaduría Pública adscritos a ASFACOP, considerando criterios de macro, meso y micro currículo.

Effective National Security Council Strategy

  • Republic of Indonesia Defense University
  • Contact:Dadang Mas Bakar
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The Indonesian defense system is a universal defense system involving all citizens, territories, and other national resources. Indonesian youth believe that advancing Indonesia is not only the responsibility of the government but all elements of society. Participation in defense and security can be interpreted as a voluntary activity of citizens, in which they take part in the process of state defense and security.

THE EFFECT OF SENSE OF SECURITY AND TRUST ON NATIONALISM AND WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN RESERVE COMPONENT

  • Republic of Indonesia Defense University
  • Contact:Dadang Mas Bakar
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The willingness participate as a reserve component in youth needs special attention that must be increased. This study aims to see the effect of a sense of security, trust in the TNI, and the government's to willingness to participate in youth as a reserve component. This study uses a quantitative approach with data collection methods used through questionnaires on the variables of security, trust in the government and TNI, nationalism, and willingness to participate as a reserve component.

Istanbul School of Metaverse

  • Industry, Technology and Logistics
  • Contact:Sabri Oz
  • Application invited for:AI, Unity and 3D Max Designers


Founding a Metaverse University, so that lectures many universities lessons under the same platform, MetaKhan.

IMMUNO HISTOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF ORMOCARPUM SENNOIDES EXTRACT IN THE EXPRESSION OF BAX AND BCL2 IN WISTER RATS WITH GLUCOCORTICOID INDUCED OSTEOPOROSIS

  • Panimalar Medical College Hospital and Reserach Institute
  • Contact:Dr. Bhuvaneswari C
  • Application invited for:Funding / Research fellow


Objective: Evaluate the effect of Ormocarpum sennoides through immunohistological evidence in the expression of Bax and Bcl2 in glucocorticoid induced Osteoporosis in Wister rats Method: Rats were divided into five groups (Control, MPA(Osteoporosis), Alendronate (2mg/kg), 100mg (EOS) and 200mg (EOS). The treatment were conducted for 45 days the Bax and Bcl2 expression were evaluated in osteoclast of distal femur diaphysis.

EFFECT OF CHICKEN BED BIOCHAR ON CHARACTERISTICS SOIL CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICO-HYDRICAL PRODUCTIVITY AND BEAN PRODUCTIVITY


Biochar is a carbon-rich product that provides changes in the characteristics of the soil and crop productivity. Biochar is obtained by the pyrolysis process of several types of biomass, and the production of biochar from poultry residues has been become an environmentally interesting strategy for waste management potentially polluting. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of biochar on physico-hydric and chemical characteristics of the soil and on the productivity of common bean and cowpea (Phaseolus vulgaris L. and Vigna unguiculata (L) Walp.).

Resiliencia en Jóvenes


Se pretende validar un instrumento de resiliencia en una muestra de estudiantes universitarios del sur de sonora

Resiliencia en jóvenes


Se pretende validar un instrumento de resiliencia en una muestra de estudiantes universitarios del Sur de Sonora

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Applications of Geraghty contraction principle in Engineering field

MIDI-AM 2.0


Evaluation and Production of educational games linked to control platforms for analysis of usability and preference of content and graphic lines that impact the creation and use of the MIDI-AM series as support for regular or inclusive education.

LOLY-MIDI Inclusivo-Quevedo


Project designed by the Faculty of Art, Design and Audiovisual Communication of ESPOL (FADCOM) in conjunction with the Center for Research and Development of Innovation in Computer Systems (CIDIS). Its objective is to improve the development of social and cognitive skills in children with special educational needs through a Human-Robot-Game (HRG) platform, focusing mainly on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is currently on evaluation to test its usefulness in children with other disabilities who attend inclusive primary schools or educational support centers.​

MIDI-Musical


Usability evaluation and production of mobile platforms and applications using gamification for teaching musical initiation in children from 2 to 3 and 4 to 7 years old.

Use Brewer Spent Grain as ingredient.


The aims is t investigate possible changes in chemical composition of brewers spent grain, in addition to evaluating the bioaccessibility and bioavailability of bioactive compounds of malt bagasse, after its application in different types of feed. By increasing the nutritional characteristics in diets, which best preserves and leaves more bioavailable the content of antioxidants present in the matrix, fermented and unfermented, it is .possible to direct the application of malt bagasse in the development of quality products, higher added value, and health promoters.

MecOnChip

  • Mines Saint-Etienne
  • Contact:stephane avril
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Recent vascular engineering efforts have focused on two distinct directions: either tissue engineered vessels for implantation as grafts or engineered vascular mimics (vessels-on-a-chip) that serve as platforms for understanding vascular development and disease or for testing the effects of drugs and/or endovascular devices. Our proposal falls in the second category. The state of the art is typically the production of a system that mimics the physiological setting to the extent possible by targeting relevant dimensions, incorporating the pertinent cell types, and attempting to reproduce physiological conditions. Our aim is to go at least one step further and to design and develop a vessel-on-a-chip platform that allows control of the cellular response by modulating the local mechanical environment. Our research hypothesis is that the cross-talk between cells and their biophysical microenvironment regulates the phenotypic endpoint of each single cell.

Hacia una Didáctica crítica para una educación transformadora de vidas en instituciones públicas de la ciudad de Manta, El Carmen y Tosagua


El diagnóstico realizado en el distrito 13D-02 demostró, desde la autopercepción de los participantes, que las competencias agrupadas en las cinco dimensiones del estudio no han sido desarrolladas eficazcamente; sin embargo, se evidenció mediante la correlación la importancia de estas, para el ejercicio docente frente a los retos actuales. Además, los resultados de la prueba de pensamiento crítico aplicada al profesorado y estudiantado de la carrera de Educación Básica requieren su intervención mediante la implementación de un proyecto para desarrollar prácticas transformadoras de vida en instituciones educativas públicas de Manta, Tosagua y El Carmen a través del desarrollo del pensamiento crítico y prácticas igualitarias para lograr una educación para todos y de calidad. El proyecto tendrá una duración de dos años, iniciando en abril de 2022 y culminando en marzo del 2024. Será de naturaleza cualitativa enfocada en la investigación – acción participativa se desarrolla en cuatro fases

Antiaging Activity of some Natural Plants

  • Umaru Musa Yar'adua University, Katsina State Government, Nigeria
  • Contact:Muhammad Ismaila
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Aging was accelerated in albino rats by the administration of 500 mg/kg body weight D-galactose for 9 weeks. The effect of the treatment with the plant extract was evaluated by estimating some antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and telomerase activity in the serum of the rats.

Electro Chemo Therapy for Effective Cancer Treatment

  • GITAM : Gandhi Institute of Technology And Management, Visakhapatnam, India
  • Contact:Raja Prabu Ramachandran
  • Application invited for:Collaborators & Students


Electrochemotherapy (ECT) is an evolving technique to treat various types of skin, chest wall breast cancer and basal cell carcinoma with minimal side effects. Electrochemotherapy was the only available alternative treatment for patients suffering from lung cancer who are unfit to undergo surgery. This procedure utilizes hydrophilic chemo drugs such as bleomycin and cisplatin which are aided by electroporation to create apoptosis. ECT has an overall response of 80-90% for un-respectable recurrent disease. Typically eight 1200V/cm, 100μs pulses are applied in the clinics.

Newer Materials for Outdoor Polymeric Insulators

  • GITAM : Gandhi Institute of Technology And Management, Visakhapatnam, India
  • Contact:Raja Prabu Ramachandran
  • Application invited for:Collaborators & Students


POLYMERIC insulators are being accepted increasingly for use in outdoor applications. The tremendous growth is due to their advantages over the traditional ceramic and glass insulators. It includes lightweight, higher mechanical strength to weight ratio, resistance to vandalism, better performance in the presence of heavy pollution in wet condition, and better withstand voltage than porcelain insulators. However, because polymeric insulators are relatively new, the expected lifetime and their long-term reliability are not known, and therefore are of concern to users.

Liquid Food Preservation Using Pulsed Electric Field

  • GITAM : Gandhi Institute of Technology And Management, Visakhapatnam, India
  • Contact:Raja Prabu Ramachandran
  • Application invited for:Collaborators & Students


Pulsed electric field (PEF) treatment has been prevailing for the past two decades as the successful nonthermal food preservation technique due to it’s low energy consumption, retaining of food’s quality attributes such as taste, color, freshness, texture and especially the nutritional qualities when compared with heat treatment methods. The high voltage pulses can be delivered to liquid foods through electrodes where the cell inactivation takes place by means of electroporation phenomenon. The configuration of electrodes and the electric field distribution inside the PEF treatment chamber is supposed to have a greater impact on bacterial inactivation. There are many electrode configurations available where parallel plate electrodes were used in initial studies, and stainless steel was used as the electrode material for most of the PEF applications.

The Effect of Gypsophila Extract as Natural Emulsifier on The Steady, Dynamic Rheological Behavior and Microstructural Properties of The Ice Cream Mix

  • Yozgat Bozok Üniversitesi
  • Contact:Halis KABLAN
  • Application invited for:Rheology, steady shear, microstructural, gypsum extract.


In this study, it was aimed to use the gypsum extract as an emulsifier in ice cream production. For this purpose, the effect of different ratios of gypsum extract on the steady, dynamic rheological properties and microstructural properties of the ice cream mix was aimed. All of the ice cream mix samples showed non newtonian shear thinning character. K and n values were calculated by modeling the rheological properties of the steady shear exponent with the law model. The K value of the frozen samples decreased to a certain level with the addition of gypsum extract, but showed the highest value in the sample containing 0.3% linseed and 0.1% lecithin. All of the ice cream mix samples exhibited viscoelastic solid character. In the ice cream mix samples produced with gypsum extract, the oil droplets showed a more homogeneous distribution in the form of small particles. The results of this study showed that the gypsum extract could be used successfully as an emulsifier in ice cream productio

RENDIMIENTO DIFERIDO, EFICACIA Y ADAPTACION OCUPACIONAL DE ESTUDIANTES UNIVERSITARIOS - REDEDAP


Identificacion de estilos de aprendizaje y orientacion vocacional de estudiantes universitarios

FORMAS OCUPACIONALES Y TRABAJO INFANTIL


Identificacion de formas ocupacionales de los niños migrantes en condicion de trabajo infalntil

RESILIENCIA E IDENTIDAD OCUPACIONAL DE LA MUJER SILERA


identificacion de habilidades de resiliencia y la identidad de mujeres rurales del municipio de silos

Impact of the IT application development processes on the digital transformation of large businesses

  • Graduate School of Buseiness HSE
  • Contact:Viktor Smirnov
  • Application invited for:head/employee of big IT company


research of study of methods of internal corporate development of IT applications for the digital transformation of a large business, which allows a company in development to quickly respond to changes and requests, external and complex tasks, complex business processes based on current data and developed models.

Research on Time and Space Control Strategy of Metro Pantograph Based on Pantograph-catenary Wear Dynamics

  • Southwest Jiaotong University
  • Contact:Gang Yang
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Based on the overhead lines’ material wear model established by other scholars based on the test-bed experiment, this project studies the overhead lines material wear model in the subway operation line and the method of coupling it with the rigid overhead lines’ structure dynamic model, so as to construct the Metro rigid overhead lines wear dynamic model. Based on the overhead lines’ wear dynamic model, the occurrence and development law of abnormal overhead lines wear in subway are explored by means of simulation test. In order to overcome the problem of abnormal wear of overhead lines due to the upper limit of improving the performance of materials, combining with the characteristics of time and space repeatability of subway operation conditions, the active control algorithm of pantograph based on space-time strategy is studied, which provides a theoretical basis for fundamentally solving the problem of abnormal wear of overhead lines of subway train.

Key technologies and equipment for coordinated safety monitoring of Sichuan Tibet railway line/train

  • Southwest Jiaotong University
  • Contact:Gang Yang
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


In order to ensure the train and line safety of Sichuan Tibet Railway, it is an urgent problem to improve the fault diagnosis and health management capability of key equipment of Sichuan Tibet Railway/high-speed train. This project focuses on studying the interaction mechanism of fault and health status of Sichuan Tibet railway line/train, studying the multi-mode and multi parameter vehicle/track feature fusion fault diagnosis algorithm and model, tackling the line/train collaborative safety monitoring technology, developing the Sichuan Tibet railway line/train collaborative safety monitoring equipment, realizing the line/train collaborative safety monitoring, and ensuring the safe operation of Sichuan Tibet trains.

Research

  • N.V.Patel College
  • Contact:Susmita Sahoo
  • Application invited for:Subjects in es and botany


Research in biology

Biodiversity

  • N.V.Patel College
  • Contact:Susmita Sahoo
  • Application invited for:Plants


Of medical plant

Ecologica Intelligence

  • KristuJayanti College
  • Contact:Dr.Molly Joy
  • Application invited for:Project to educate school /College children


to understand the knowledge and awareness on ecological thinking, consciousness and sustainability and determine the effect of Eco literacy programme on ecological aptitude among primary and secondary school students. The pretest posttest quasi experimental design was used to examine the Eco literacy programme on ecological aptitude .360 school students randomly chosen from two city schools. comprising of 90 girls and boys each from primary and secondary classes administered with the questionnaire based on four areas of ecological aptitude which was arrived by the researcher based on the following areas namely; Personal awareness on ecological crisis; Ecological sensibility; Safety and sustainability consciousness; Personal and social skills for ecological sustainability. The results indicated that the secondary school students had scored high on ecological aptitude among boys compared to primary school students. Similarly, the secondary school students had scored high on ecological ap

ONLINE LANGUAGE LEARNING ANXIETY AMONG TUNSIAN SUDETNS OF ENGLISH DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

  • Gabes Univesity
  • Contact:Leila
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Foreign language anxiety is one of the most vastly studied variables in the field of foreign learning (Horwitz, 2001). It i widely conceived as an obvious factor in foreign language learning as it explained why some learners are more successful at learning and acquiring a foreign language than others though the settings and circumstances of learning are alike. The aim of this paper is to tackle foreign language learning anxiety that Tunisian students of English suffered from when learning ‘behind the screen’ during the pandemic, by surveying 50 students enrolled in the Tunisian public universities and institutes. The foreign language classroom anxiety scale (FLCAS), developed by Horwitz, Horwitz, and Cope (1986), which is the most widely used scale for assessing general foreign language anxiety, is used in this research to inspect the anxiety level the learners face. The participants in this study are Tunisian students of English enrolled in Tunisian public universities

Online Learning Strategies used by students of English in Tunisia During the Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Gabes Univesity
  • Contact:Leila
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


In Tunisian educational context, online learning is not “a novelty” that Covid-19 pandemic have brought. Its emergence dated back to 2002 with the foundation of ‘Virtual University’. The key objective of this establishment is to offer online courses for special people like administrators, and professors who are unable to attend universities due to their professional engagement, the second key goal of Virtual University’ is to modernize the education system by the exploit of the new sophisticated technologies of information and communication. However, during the Covied- 19 pandemic, online learning has proposed as an alternative to face-to-face learning. Tunisian ministry of higher education has called for distance learning to save the academic year. As the pandemic is a sudden incident, and the decision is made in haste, most teachers started teaching without adequate training, preparation, and knowledge of online teaching and most learners never has experienced distance learn

Battery- sodium ion BAttery development

  • Kumaraguru College of Technology
  • Contact:Jeeva B
  • Application invited for:Collaboration/Student


Interested in Battery development and BMS.

Nanofluid - graphite

  • Kumaraguru College of Technology
  • Contact:Jeeva B
  • Application invited for:Collaboration/Student


Preparation of Nanofluid and stability test

research Visibility of Faculty in the field of Science at University of Delhi

  • Department of Library and Information science University of Delhi
  • Contact:HARI PRAKASH
  • Application invited for:research visibility


vidwan accounts, google scholar, orcid id , researcher id will be evaulated

Artificial intelligence and robotics

  • St.Martin's Engineering College
  • Contact:Nagamani Lingala
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


Service Robots in super markers With the Artificial intelligence

Modal Participation Factors for Deciding the weights of for solving Algebraic Riccati Equations

  • GDMM College of Engineering anfd Technology
  • Contact:Sukesh Babu Chennuri
  • Application invited for:PhD Student, Research Scholar Funding


After Request

Interval analysis compared with Monte Carlo Simulation.

  • GDMM College of Engineering anfd Technology
  • Contact:Sukesh Babu Chennuri
  • Application invited for:PhD Student, Research Scholar Funding


After Request

Rotor Dynamics of Aluminum rod surface coated with Nano graphite paricles

  • GDMM College of Engineering anfd Technology
  • Contact:Sukesh Babu Chennuri
  • Application invited for:PhD Student, Research Scholar Funding


After Request

Zoological gardens: literature, architecture, and human-animal relationships

  • Maria Sibylla Merian Centre Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America
  • Contact:Ana Carolina Torquato
  • Application invited for:Collaborators


The project investigates how human-animal relationships are perceived and represented in urban zoos and aquariums in fictional and non-fictional contexts. The basis of my analysis is the selected works of three Latin American writers, Julio Cortázar, Clarice Lispector and João Guimarães Rosa. The corpus is composed of circa fourteen texts including one short story by Clarice Lispector, one by Junior Cortázar and a group of ten short stories by Guimarães Rosa. The themes of these narratives coincide since both of them report on visitations to zoos and aquariums located in Brazil and Europe. Besides commenting on the geographical recognition of the spaces, the stories’ narrators also remark on animal agency and the state of confinement of the animals observed. My analysis will focus on four major points: the description of zoos and aquariums; the presence or absence of any remarks concerning animals’ state of captivity; the description of the human-animal relationship and how the texts p