Research student at University of Sheffield
Grantham Scholar Rohit Chakraborty researches and develops models and techniques that improve how we monitor and communicate air pollution levels in cities.
Rohit is an Electronics and Communications Engineering graduate. His expertise is in Internet of Things (IoT) devices. IoT devices are everyday objects connected to the internet and able to identify themselves to other devices. IoT includes ‘smart’ home appliances, health trackers, environmental monitors and Transport Data Loggers (such as TDL – Bosch GmBh, Germany).
For his research Rohit employs a variety of deep learning techniques. These range from data analysis and machine learning, to human-computer interaction methods, such as Neural Networks and AI based modelling.
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Rohit Chakraborty News
Wood burners are the culprits of indoor air pollution
Guardian - 18-Dec-2020
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