Guideline For Grant

JHERF is an autonomous body affiliated with CSIR that offers a range of services and support to researchers and education professionals worldwide, particularly those from developing nations. Its members come from various fields, including management, engineering, applied science, mathematics, and pharmacy, and it provides research guidance and assistance at no cost through its global network. The organization’s objectives include promoting, coordinating, aiding, and undertaking research and development, as well as providing academic and professional guidance in Basic Education, Technical Education, and Higher Education research. Additionally, JHERF collaborates with other prominent national and international research labs, institutions, organizations, and associations to enhance its effectiveness and achieve its goals.

Approved Projects for Research Grant

  1. Simulation and animation of the n-body problem in a system of four bodies
  2. Development of a low-power mashup to transform smartphones into an assisted vision aid
  3. Fast detection and analysis of plagiarism in given data
  4. Design and development of a high-performance, low-latency memory-to-peripheral interface based on JHERF
  5. Research into the low-temperature properties of organic superconductors
  6. Fundamental research in atomic, molecular, and magnetic and electric physics with high precision
  7. Development of material and joint models for efficient electromagnetic simulation
  8. Modelling and designing new semiconductor laser sources for high-power operations
  9. High-performance glycated hemoglobin sensor development
  10. Design and development of low-power and high-efficiency DRAM
  11. FPGA-based design of a high-speed, low-cost digital fuzzy processor
  12. Formulation and evaluation of combinational drugs
  13. Survey on biofilm production
  14. Research on improved decoding of heparan sulfate structure-function
  15. Research into structural heart disease based on image processing and microwave
  16. Research on linear optical processes and coherent control applied to imaging
  17. Low-power, high-speed watermarking based on image processing
  18. Improving the resolution factor in broadcasting using lasers

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