Prashant Kumar Jamwal
Prof. Prashant K. Jamwal earned Ph.D. degree and a post-doctoral fellowship from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Earlier he had obtained M. Tech. from I.I.T., India, securing the first position in all the disciplines and B. Tech. from MNREC, Allahabad, India. Presently, Prof. Jamwal is working as an Associate Professor at the school of engineering and design sciences, Nazarbayev University (NU), Astana, Kazakhstan. He is actively pursuing research in Artificial Intelligence, multi-objective evolutionary optimization, Mechatronics systems, biomedical robotics, and fuzzy mathematics. He is applying his research in the development of medical robots for rehabilitation and surgical applications besides the development of improved algorithms for cancer data analytics. He has more than 25 years of teaching and research experience and has published many research articles in reputed international journals/conferences. Prof. Prashant has won many awards such as best paper awards in conferences, best digital solution award for his medical robots, Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) Scholars Award, etc., and recently United Nations acknowledged one of his robotics projects as one of the top twenty innovative projects in the world. He is working as Editor for the International Journal of bio-mechatronics and bio-robotics and as a reviewer to quite a few international journals and conferences of repute. Prof. Jamwal led many government-funded research projects and has so far received research grants worth more than $5M including a prestigious World Bank grant.
Gait Rehabilitation Robot actuated by pneumatic air muscles
First-ever wearable Ankle Rehabilitation Robot
Startup Company ReLive members attended Digital Health Exhibition, Astana (25th-26th Oct 2018)
Founded a new startup ReLive Ltd., Astana, which is invited by UNICEF to participate in an exhibition on Assistive Technology in Accelerating Learning and Participation of Children with Disabilities to be held in Geneva during 7-8 March 2019.
Ours is one of 25 innovative projects and the only one from Kazakhstan which is selected out of 86 submissions from all over the world.