AMITY INNOVATION DAY-2021 – USHERS A NEW ERA OF ACCELERATED INNOVATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION

Gurugram: Amity University Haryana (AUH) held its 11th annual Innovation Day on September 28, 2021 by showcasing innovations developed by different Amity campuses in the last one year. Some of the innovations presented included Recycled Aggregate Concrete, Nano Breath- Covid-19 Mask, Sequence Batch Reactor and Sewage Treatment Process, Intelligent Traffic Light Control System, and Face Mask Detector using Machine Learning. It also showcased Credit Card Fraud Detection Using ML, Diagnosing Covid-19 from CXR using Explainable AI, and Design and Modelling of Smart Waste Segregation System.

Dr Ashok K Chauhan, Founder President, Amity Group, in his address said, “The pandemic has been challenging but we must now focus on the new opportunities by taking COVID as – Create opportunities via Innovative Determination.” He added: “What we teach in Amity are sanskaras (values) that are embedded in the future-ready professionals that our graduates are. I breathe Innovation, I dream Innovation, and I ensure that our outcome-based research and innovation ecosystem enables us to meet the ever-rising benchmarks of success.”

AUH has 71 R&D and 46 Consultancy projects in the thrust areas of national and global importance. The R&D projects are funded by DST, DBT, ICMR, Ministry of Health, AYUSH, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, BARC, ISRO, and international agencies from Japan, Korea and the EU. AUH has also published more than 5,000 Research Papers, filed 175 patents, contributed 410 book chapters and submitted 449 R&D projects.

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