Updated on 20.12.2022
|Sl. No.||Name of the Centre||Schools / Departments involved||Principal Coordinator(s)|
|1||Centre for Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) and Mixed Reality (MR)||Across all the following Schools:
Mathematical Sciences, Indian Heritage, Agriculture and Rural Development, Rehabilitation and Sports Sciences, Biological Sciences, Environment and Disaster Management
Architect and Technical Lead @ Media Lab, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai
|2||Centre for ‘Number Theory, Dynamical Systems and Chaos’||Departments of Mathematics and Physics||(i) Prof. Stephan Baier, Professor of Mathematics, School of Mathematical Sciences, RKMVERI
(ii) Prof. Sukumar Adhikari, Dean, School of Mathematical Sciences
|3||Centre for ‘One Health’||Schools of:
Biological Sciences, Agriculture and Rural Development, Environment and Disaster Management
|(i) Swami Atmapriyananda, Pro-Chancellor & Secretary, RKMVERI
(ii) Dr. H. Sudarshan, Founder & Secretary, Karuna Trust, Bengaluru
|4||Centre for ‘Humanistic Sciences and Humanitarian Studies’||Schools of:
Indian Heritage, Agriculture and Rural Development, Environment and Disaster Management
|Dr. PG Dhar Chakrabarti, ‘Swami Vivekananda Professor’ & Head, Environment and Disaster Management, RKMVERI|
|5||Centre for Consciousness Studies (CHATAK—Chaitanya Tattwa Anusandhan Kendra)||
|(i) Brahmachari Mrinmay, Programme Coordinator, Dept. of Sports Science and Yoga, RKMVERI
(ii) Dr. Arkadeb Dutta, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Sports Science and Yoga, RKMVERI
(iii) Swami Paramashivananda, Architect and Technical Lead, Ramakrishna Math Media Lab, Chennai & Adjunct Faculty, Centre for AIoT & MR, RKMVERI
|6||Centre for Study and Research on Veda-vedanta, Yoga (VYASA—Veda-vedanta Adhyayana-Samshodhana-Alaya)||School of Indian Heritage||Swami Japasiddhananda, Head of the Dept. of Sanskrit and Philosophy, RKMVERI|
Note on IPR/Patents, etc.
We receive queries on Patent Cell/IPR Facility on campus as well as the IPR/Patents filed and/or in the pipeline and/or granted. Herewith we are providing an omnibus response for whoever is curious and interested to know about this aspect:
- As part of the NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) process we submitted our mandatory ‘Self-Study Report (SSR)’ to NAAC in January 2019 and on completion of the assessment and accreditation process we were awarded A++ grade (with CGPA 3.66/4). This SSR is available on our website and it contains details of the patents submitted/awarded during the period of assessment of five years: 2013-2014 to 2017-2018—Refer to Section 3.4.3 under the Criterion 3: Research, Innovations and Extension.
- In the above Centres we are focusing largely on what is called ‘Translational Research’ (or more colloquially, ‘Lab to Bedside Research’) and are hopeful of generating a fairly sizeable amount of IPRs and Patents in various Schools, particularly in the Centre for Artificial Intelligence of Things and Mixed Reality (AIoT and MR).