Dr. B. Geethanjali

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Dr. B. Geethanjali B.E (ECE), PGDMIT, M.Tech (BME), PhD

Email: geethanjalib@ssn.edu.in

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Dr. B. Geethanjali  working as Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, SSN College of Engineering.She has done BE in Electronics and Communication from Madurai Kamaraj University and Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Instrumentation (PGDMIT) from Bharathiar University. She was a gold medalist in M.Tech (Biomedical Engineering) and PhD from Vellore Institute of Technology. She worked in various multi specialty hospitals as a biomedical Engineer and underdone various training in maintaining Medical Equipments. She has earlier worked as a faculty in biomedical engineering at Avinashilingam University. She has total of 17 years experience of which 3 years as Biomedical Engineer and 14 years as teaching faculty in the   biomedical engineering.

Research:

Dr. B.Geethanjali is a recognized supervisor (Ref no: 3040054) of Anna University for guiding PhD and M.S (by research) under the faculty of Information and Communication Engineering. Her research interest Brain cognition, Bio signals Processing, Bioinstrumentation, Music perception and Biofeedback for assistive technology.

Selected  Journal publications:

  1. Geethanjali, B., K. Adalarasu, M. Jagannath, and NP Guhan Seshadri. “Music-induced brain functional connectivity using EEG sensors: A study on Indian music.” IEEE Sensors Journal 19, no. 4 (2018): 1499-1507.IF 3.06
  1. Geethanjali, Balasubramanian , Adalarasu Kanagasabai, Jagannath Mohan, and NP Guhan Seshadri. “Music induced emotion using wavelet packet decomposition—An EEG study.” Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 42 (2018): 115-128. IF 2.78
  2. Geethanjali, B., Kanagasabai Adalarasu, and Mohan Jagannath. “Music Induced Emotion and Music Processing in the Brain–A Review.” Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research 12, no. 1 (2018).
  3. Geethanjali, B., K. Adalarasu, A. Hemapraba, S. Pravin Kumar, and R. Rajasekeran. “Emotion analysis using SAM (self-assessment manikin) scale.” Biomedical Research (2017). IF :0.236
  1. Geethanjali, B., K. Adalarasu, M. Jagannath, and R. Rajasekaran. “Enhancement of task performance aided by music.” Current Science (2016): 1794-1801.IF :0.872

Book chapter:

Seshadri, NP Guhan, B. Geethanjali, S. Muthumeenakshi, V. Bhavana, and R. Vijayalakshmi. “Visualization of Event-Related Changes in Brain Networks During Attention-Demanding Tasks: Visualization of Functional Connectivity During Attention Task Using EEG.” In Innovations, Algorithms, and Applications in Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence, pp. 127-150. IGI Global, 2020. 

Awards and Achievements:

  1. Smart India Hackathon 2019 hardware edition – Team Techdocs: Problem statement: Continues non invasive measurement of BP without cuff. Mentor: Prize Money Won: Rs. 100000

Projects done with industry – Year 2014 -15

  1. Shortlisted for phase 1 -Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Analog Design Contest 2015 and received the funding for Rs.12, 000 from industry,

Title of the Project: Brain computer Interface for Navigation

  1. Year 2013 -14, Shortlisted for phase 1 -Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge India Analog Design Contest 2014 received the funding for Rs.12, 000 from industry

 Title of the Project: Silent Speech recognition System using sEMG

  1. Projects 2012 – 13, Schneider-Electric – “Optimized Switch Control for Elder and Disabled Patient Using EEG by Deepak.N,Ganesh Kumar K, Vignesh S M, Fareesha Fathima M guided by Ms. B. Geethanjali and Dr. S. Pravin kumar won 2nd Prize in “Innovation Challenge 2012 – Smart living conducted by Schneider-Electric India they were awarded with a cash award of 3 Lakhs
  2. Texas Instruments Arun Srinivas P, Deepak N, Ganesh Kumar K, Navathej G have won consolation prize of INR 10,000 for their project titled ‘Design of a Switch Controller for Paralytic Patients using EEG’ in Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest 2012-13 under the guidance of Mrs. B.Geethanjali and Dr. V. Mahesh held on April 4th their project was listed among the top 40 projects in all over India.
  3. Consultancy work was done for National Instruments developed Work Bench for Biomedical and Medical Image Processing during the year of 2009 and 2010 with the funding of one lakhs from Industry

External recognition: Appointed as a member in syllabus subcommittee Anna University, to form the Regulation, Curriculam and syllabus for UG Programme in the area of Biomedical Engineering July 2008

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