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Online Session & Discussion Mr. Satyadhar Joshi

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Introduction & Broad Areas of my Research Structure of Research Decision & Game theory Nanotechnology Green Energy Secure Multi Part Computation High Performance Computing Virtual Reality Final Words

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Working in Nanotechnology from last 3-4 years PhD student in Nanotechnology Published many research papers on the subject Would be talking about my work

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1. Strategic Decision-Making and Game Theoretic Approach for the Commercialization of Nanotechnology 2. Strategic Game Theory Models and Commercialization for Nano RFID Systems 3. Secure Multi-Party Computation for Statistical Computations using Virtual Parties 4. Applications of RFID and a software framework for facilitating its integration in mobile phones 5. Modeling and Analysis of DC Traction System in Light of Recent Innovations from HPC and Virtual Reality

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Introduction Literature (SD, Elsevier, Springer, ACM ) Models Scrutiny Assumption & Limitation Conclusion

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Strategic Decision-Making and Game Theoretic Approach for the Commercialization of Nanotechnology Nash Equilibrium Strategic Decision making and Game Theoretical Approach for Commercialization of Nanotechnology In: Intellectual Economics. (ISSN ) No 2(8), 2010 pp

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Strategic Decision-Making and Game Theoretic Approach for the Commercialization of Nanotechnology Strategic Decision making and Game Theoretical Approach for Commercialization of Nanotechnology In: Intellectual Economics. (ISSN ) No 2(8), 2010 pp

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Set of Strategy profiles if a company sees other company to developed and include Strategies can be defined as: 1. Increase funding in the area 2. Work on the pre patented technology 3. Work on reliability and packaging models 4. SCI research in the specific area need to be monitored 5. Development of modeling solutions using latest CAD design which includes simulation using HPC 6. Social implication of the technology developed 7. Expensive today not feasible Strategic Decision making and Game Theoretical Approach for Commercialization of Nanotechnology In: Intellectual Economics. (ISSN ) No 2(8), 2010 pp

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The implication of these developments can be taken for business nano energy solutions which are in the area of solar can fuel cells. Payoff functions: 1. Success 2. Successful product but less reliable 3. Successful but expensive 4. Successful but ethical and social issues 5. Successful but got late 6. Successful but patent complication 7. Successful but government clauses 8. Failure

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Probability dependence of one Lambda1 on the overall probability of the system. Figure containing Lambda for various moves where the variations of Lambda are defined for an exhaustive probability moves.

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Microsoft Windows Cluster Server 2003 Microsoft Compute Cluster Microsoft.NET Common Language Runtime.NET Framework MPI.NET Microsoft MPI Microsoft Windows Cluster Server 2003 Environment Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Integrated Development Environment C# Programming Language.NET Framework Extreme Optimization Numerical Library MPI.NET Library Our Runtime Environment Our Development Environment

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Major Issues Repeatability Reality Reliability

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Our earlier research MEMS and other Nano devices can be distributed for seven major areas which forms the basis of this proposal: 1. Reliability of MEMS 2. Reliability of CNT 3. HPC modeling of nanotech 4. Reliability Nano RFID and WSN 5. Reliability of HDD 6. Reliability of MEMS fuel cells 7. Virtual Reality & CUDA HPC modeling for reliability computations

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Parameters of the following needs to be calculated using appropriate operators which are defined as follows: 1. TTM = f (Reliability, Multi scale optimization, Social issues, investment) 2. Operator R (models, accelerated testing, redundancy, Packaging) 3. Operator M (multi scale and multi physics optimization for accurate predictions) 4. Operator S (Social and ethical issues) 5. Operator I (funding and investment) 6. TTM= K raw time -Operator (R+M+S+I) Strategic Game Theory Models and Commercialization for Nano RFID Systems. In Seventh International WOCN th Sep, 2010 DOI: /WOCN

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Now redefining the same for TTC function we need to modify the parameters as follows: υ= frequency of operations κ = stress it is subjected to, which related to the environmental and ethical issues η = inertia in research in the subject Є C = effect like seeding Є M = market forces M (ρ, С, r) = material of the device, cost issues Ī=current flowing in the means number of papers published in SCI T o =in some cases temperature may also be a cause, which is news in media. f(t) is a function of υ, κ, η, Є C, Є M, M (ρ, С, r), Ī, T o So, f(t) = (f(υ) + f(κ) + f(η) + f(Є C ) + f(Є M ) + f(M (ρ, С, r) ) + f(Ī) + f(T o )) ×e – ( υ + κ + η + ЄC + ЄM + M (ρ, С, r) + Ī + To ))t It is assumed we are given all parameters and they remain constant throughout the cycle of the Nano device then (f(υ) + f(κ) + f(η) + f(Є C ) + f(Є M ) + f(M (ρ, С, r) ) + f(Ī) + f(T o )) = λ is assumed constant for computation that is being done on MATLAB. Strategic Game Theory Models and Commercialization for Nano RFID Systems. In Seventh International WOCN th Sep, 2010 DOI: /WOCN

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Probability distribution for system

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The third case can be assumed for a hybrid case which has both CNT and MEMS devices with interchangeable operations in the device. 1. System A for CNT based System (since the frequency effect is more catastrophic for the device) 2. System B for MEMS based System 3. System C for CNT and MEMS system or hybrid case Another way to implement this model is that the operator is assumed to operate between three time intervals t 1, t 2 and t System A for early failure 2. System B for constant failure (where the change of probability is equal) 3. System C for wear out failure Case study of CNT based devices (Reliability, Packaging, Multi scale optimization, Social issues) are needed for building its model.This is a Reverse function of failure rate which takes the form of chances of device to get commercialized. Strategic Game Theory Models and Commercialization for Nano RFID Systems. In Seventh International WOCN th Sep, 2010 DOI: /WOCN

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Fuel Cell Solar Cell

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Nano-RFID Application specific Literature review Software paradigm

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Flexible Substrate RH, T & Light sensors MOX sensors Thin film battery Control Electronics

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CMOS Circuitry Nanosensors Nanowires Nanotubes Plain CMOS Electrochemical 0C A 5μm 100μ m

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Sharing data Computation on encrypted data Secure Multi Party Computation using Virtual Parties for Computation on Encrypted DataMoWiN 2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ISSN ) June DOI: / _42

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Application in Nanotechnology Application in Traction System Applying HPC and virtual reality for modeling of traction systems. In: International Journal of Academic Research (ISSN: ) Volume 2. Issue 3. May 28, 2010 pp

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We have worked out in C#. Our work is done in Visual Studio. The computation model is shown in fig.1, some of the software resources of the development of this project are: 1.C# compiler (Visual Studio 2005) 2..Net Framework for standard development library (Visual Studio 2005) 3.Microsoft MPI (Message Passing Interface) (Visual Studio 2005) 4.Microsoft XNA Framework (Visual Studio 2005) 5.A good high performance math library for C# (eg. Extreme Optimization Numerical Library for.NET).

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Wccs Extreme optimization

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Develop of theory for decision making in Nanotechnology commercialization and implementation

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Game theory for Nanotechnology Quantitative model for commercialization Exploration of Nano RFID as a good option and platform of scientific model discussed

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