NameBatchPATENTS
Sagar Khanna2008, CS2 https://patents.google.com/patent/US20160291937A1/en?inventor=Sagar+Khanna  https://patents.google.com/patent/US20180095942A1/en?inventor=Sagar+Khanna
Ankit Singh2002,CS13 https://patents.google.com/patent/US9495535B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US9645755B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US9767118B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US9853772B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US9912454B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US10015093B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20160210769A1
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20170171148A1
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20170264518A1
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20170344331A1
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20180241664A1
https://patents.google.com/patent/US10154079B2
https://patents.google.com/patent/US10019185B2  https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=13uGcYhT7Rx_mEAF5VnSwXmbp4T55k_Yj
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1PaCAa4vCF1afLBJEhIt_VJ4NSBUBGGiA
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1WlsjKo0r2Cj0r9zbu_hfiTjLYkYYVk8j
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1OAjhaaLOKkEjS1zSJ-I7NdQi6jGP2WGa
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1Wb6X56v3nsLckV1ikgJiFlg4jt9dfmsK
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1Bqv9k7lJzQ8VmbUPZZOjgeqOa4k5JnCk
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1s7Z89ld68CYYzTWduIE6Wjg6vtvBT-wc
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1Za5R3EKT1dH1ukKgs3U__UHFSV7C4ZgB
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1fCWOI1ac96Z7_89zIwDFp01TnFrul3VJ
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1S9a0vVk_OYirgrqoI7IUlu0iofPVhu8P
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1-ps9NIdXRqFb5Q6PdvWEQnqJfO8gSAXp
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1G8FGHaAGbs2rOVAs7hZfmyvPwbR0rqNS
https://drive.google.com/open?authuser=2&usp=forms_web&id=1d79NCHKZ-4zIWqS8RW_2aspHB_E3GnOs
Vinod Kumar2002,EC14 https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinod-kumar-a337871b/
Brij N singh 1989,EE 22 Brij N. Singh (89 batch EE): Patents issued by US Patent and Trade Mark Office
1. Brij N. Singh, Chris Tremel, and Alan Keith Gilman, “Machine systems including pre-power
diagnostics”, WO Patent 2,012,115,736, issue date 8/19/2014.
2. Brij N. Singh, Chris Tremel, and Alan Keith Gilman, “Machine systems including pre-power
diagnostics”, US Patent 20,120,217920, issue date 6/19/2014.
3. Brij N. Singh, “System for controlling rotary electric machines to reduce current ripple on direct
current bus”, US Patent 20,120,235,617-A1, issue date 2/11/2014.
4. Brij N. Singh, “System for detecting a short circuit associated with direct current bus,” US Patent
20,120,239,319 , issue date 7/15/2014.
5. Brij N. Singh, “System for detecting a failure associated with an inverter or associated machine”,
US Patent 20,120,242,365, issue date 9/1/2015.
6. Brij N. Singh and Michael Rhodes, “Machine for generating electrical energy of sensing material
flow,” US Patent 20,140,283,491, issue date 8/18/2015.
7. Brij N. Singh, John Oenick, and Aron Fisk, “Electronic assembly for an inverter,” US Patent
9,148,946, issue date 9/29/2015
8. Brij N. Singh, Neal D. Clements, Aron Fisk, and Andrew Wieland, “Method and sensor for
sensing current in a conductor,” US Patent 9,297,836, issue date 3/29/2016
9. Brij N. Singh, Neal D. Clements, Aron Fisk, and Andrew Wieland, “Method and sensor for
sensing current in a conductor,” US Patent 9,410,990, issue date 8/9/2016
10. Brij N. Singh, and Thomas Roan, “Film capacitor having a package for heat transfer.” US Patent
9,439,278, issue date 9/6/2016.
11. Brij N. Singh, and John Oenick, “Electronic assembly for an inverter,” US Patent 9,504,191 B2,
issue date 11/22/2016
12. Brij N. Singh, “Sensorless current sensing method for power electronic converters,” US Patent
9,557,351, issue date 1/31/2017
13. Christopher Schmit and Brij N. Singh, “Package for a semiconductor device” US Patent
9,564,385, issue date 2/7/2017.
14. Akshay Kumar, Lav Thygarajan, and Brij N. Singh “Observer-based TEF for design
optimization of electric drive components,” 2/16/2017 – Trade Secret.
15. Brij N. Singh, Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland, and Neal D. Clements, “Electronic assembly
with one or more heat sinks”, US Patent 9,693,488, issue date June 27, 2017.
16. Brij N. Singh and Christopher Schmit, “Electronic inverter assembly with integral snubber
capacitor”, US Patent 9,722,531, issue date August 1, 2017.
17. Brij N. Singh, “Machine for generating electrical energy.” US Patent 9,810,221, issue date
November 7, 2017.
18. Thomas Roan, Brij N. Singh, Andrew Wieland, “Electrical connector assembly,” US Patent
9,859,624, issue date Jan 2. 2018.
19. Brij N. Singh, Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland, and Neal D. Clements, “Electronic assembly
with one or more heat sinks”, US Patent 9,860,987, issue date Jan 2, 2018.
20. Thomas Roan and Brij N. Singh, “Cooling conductive trace with pressurized air or gas,” US
Patent 9,883,578, issue date Jan 2, 2018.
21. Brij N. Singh and Christopher Schmit, “Electronic inverter assembly”, US Patent 9,979,320,
issue date May 22, 2018
22. Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland and Brij N. Singh, “Electrical connector assembly,” US Patent
10,165,670, issue date Dec 25, 2018
23. Brij N. Singh, “Method for estimating a temperature of a transistor” US Patent 10,191,021, Jan
29, 2019.Brij N. Singh (89 batch EE): Patents issued by US Patent and Trade Mark Office
1. Brij N. Singh, Chris Tremel, and Alan Keith Gilman, “Machine systems including pre-power
diagnostics”, WO Patent 2,012,115,736, issue date 8/19/2014.
2. Brij N. Singh, Chris Tremel, and Alan Keith Gilman, “Machine systems including pre-power
diagnostics”, US Patent 20,120,217920, issue date 6/19/2014.
3. Brij N. Singh, “System for controlling rotary electric machines to reduce current ripple on direct
current bus”, US Patent 20,120,235,617-A1, issue date 2/11/2014.
4. Brij N. Singh, “System for detecting a short circuit associated with direct current bus,” US Patent
20,120,239,319 , issue date 7/15/2014.
5. Brij N. Singh, “System for detecting a failure associated with an inverter or associated machine”,
US Patent 20,120,242,365, issue date 9/1/2015.
6. Brij N. Singh and Michael Rhodes, “Machine for generating electrical energy of sensing material
flow,” US Patent 20,140,283,491, issue date 8/18/2015.
7. Brij N. Singh, John Oenick, and Aron Fisk, “Electronic assembly for an inverter,” US Patent
9,148,946, issue date 9/29/2015
8. Brij N. Singh, Neal D. Clements, Aron Fisk, and Andrew Wieland, “Method and sensor for
sensing current in a conductor,” US Patent 9,297,836, issue date 3/29/2016
9. Brij N. Singh, Neal D. Clements, Aron Fisk, and Andrew Wieland, “Method and sensor for
sensing current in a conductor,” US Patent 9,410,990, issue date 8/9/2016
10. Brij N. Singh, and Thomas Roan, “Film capacitor having a package for heat transfer.” US Patent
9,439,278, issue date 9/6/2016.
11. Brij N. Singh, and John Oenick, “Electronic assembly for an inverter,” US Patent 9,504,191 B2,
issue date 11/22/2016
12. Brij N. Singh, “Sensorless current sensing method for power electronic converters,” US Patent
9,557,351, issue date 1/31/2017
13. Christopher Schmit and Brij N. Singh, “Package for a semiconductor device” US Patent
9,564,385, issue date 2/7/2017.
14. Akshay Kumar, Lav Thygarajan, and Brij N. Singh “Observer-based TEF for design
optimization of electric drive components,” 2/16/2017 – Trade Secret.
15. Brij N. Singh, Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland, and Neal D. Clements, “Electronic assembly
with one or more heat sinks”, US Patent 9,693,488, issue date June 27, 2017.
16. Brij N. Singh and Christopher Schmit, “Electronic inverter assembly with integral snubber
capacitor”, US Patent 9,722,531, issue date August 1, 2017.
17. Brij N. Singh, “Machine for generating electrical energy.” US Patent 9,810,221, issue date
November 7, 2017.
18. Thomas Roan, Brij N. Singh, Andrew Wieland, “Electrical connector assembly,” US Patent
9,859,624, issue date Jan 2. 2018.
19. Brij N. Singh, Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland, and Neal D. Clements, “Electronic assembly
with one or more heat sinks”, US Patent 9,860,987, issue date Jan 2, 2018.
20. Thomas Roan and Brij N. Singh, “Cooling conductive trace with pressurized air or gas,” US
Patent 9,883,578, issue date Jan 2, 2018.
21. Brij N. Singh and Christopher Schmit, “Electronic inverter assembly”, US Patent 9,979,320,
issue date May 22, 2018
22. Thomas Roan, Andrew Wieland and Brij N. Singh, “Electrical connector assembly,” US Patent
10,165,670, issue date Dec 25, 2018
23. Brij N. Singh, “Method for estimating a temperature of a transistor” US Patent 10,191,021, Jan
29, 2019.
Chetanya Puri2012,EC2 Granted, 7 Published (under review for grant)  https://bit.ly/2Ts7YlW EP3330974A1 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING  
System and method for physiological monitoring are disclosed. The method for physiological monitoring includes identifying clean physiological signal training set from an input physiological… 1000
2 JP2018067287A ANOMALY DETECTION BY SELF-LEARNING OF SENSOR SIGNALS  
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide methods for more accurately detecting anomalies in sensor signals by self-learning.SOLUTION: A pattern associated with an input sensor signal is recognized by… 848
3 EP3219254A1 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REMOVING CORRUPTION IN PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAM SIGNALS FOR MONITORING CARDIAC HEALTH OF PATIENTS  
A method and system for removing corruption in photoplethysmogram (PPG) signals for monitoring cardiac health of patients is provided. The method is performed by extracting photoplethysmogram… 800
4 US20170273632 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REMOVING CORRUPTION IN PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAM SIGNALS FOR MONITORING CARDIAC HEALTH OF PATIENTS  
A method and system for removing corruption in photoplethysmogram (PPG) signals for monitoring cardiac health of patients is provided. The method is performed by extracting photoplethysmogram… 707
5 US20180110471 ANOMALY DETECTION BY SELF-LEARNING OF SENSOR SIGNALS  
Accurate detection of anomaly in sensor signals is critical and can have an immense impact in the health care domain. Accordingly, identifying outliers or anomalies with reduced error and reduced… 707
6 US20170055913 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING INFORMATION AND OUTLIERS FROM SENSOR DATA  
The present subject matter discloses a system and a method for identifying information from sensor data in a sensor agnostic manner. The system may receive sensor data provided by a sensor and may… 707
7 US20180075861 NOISY SIGNAL IDENTIFICATION FROM NON-STATIONARY AUDIO SIGNALS  
Traditionally known classification methods of non-stationary physiological audio signals as noisy and clean involve human intervention, may involve dependency on particular type of classifier and… 707
8 US20170258342 METHOD AND SYSTEM OF DETECTING ARRHYTHMIA USING PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAM SIGNAL  
A method and system of detecting arrhythmia using photoplethysmogram (PPG) signal is provided. The method is performed by extracting photoplethysmogram (PPG) signals from a patient, extracting… 707
9 US20170340211 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETER DERIVATION FROM PULSATING SIGNALS WITH REDUCED ERROR  
This disclosure relates generally to biomedical signal processing, and more particularly to method and system for physiological parameter derivation from pulsating signals with reduced error. In… 707
10 US20180153419 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING  
This disclosure relates generally to physiological monitoring, and more particularly to feature set optimization for classification of physiological signal. In one embodiment, a method for… 707
11 EP3292819A1 NOISY SIGNAL IDENTIFICATION FROM NON-STATIONARY AUDIO SIGNALS  
Traditionally known classification methods of non-stationary physiological audio signals as noisy and clean involve human intervention, may involve dependency on particular type of classifier and… 707
12 EP3219253A1 METHOD AND SYSTEM OF DETECTING ARRHYTHMIA USING PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAM SIGNAL  
A method and system of detecting arrhythmia using photoplethysmogram (PPG) signal is provided. The method is performed by extracting photoplethysmogram (PPG) signals from a patient, extracting… 707
13 EP3427669A1 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CLASSIFYING PHONOCARDIOGRAM SIGNAL QUALITY  
A system and method for classifying the phonocardiogram (PCG) signal quality has been described. The system is configured to identify the quality of the PCG signal recording and accepting only… 707
14 JP2018038787A NOISY SIGNAL IDENTIFICATION FROM NON-STATIONARY AUDIO SIGNALS  
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide systems and methods for automating the noisy signal identification with an ability to perform finer classification of lightly noisy audio signals from noisy audio… 707
15 10172528 Method and system for physiological parameter derivation from pulsating signals with reduced error  
This disclosure relates generally to biomedical signal processing, and more particularly to method and system for physiological parameter derivation from pulsating signals with reduced error. In… 565
16 EP3312765A1 ANOMALY DETECTION BY SELF-LEARNING OF SENSOR SIGNALS  
Accurate detection of anomaly in sensor signals is critical and can have an immense impact in the health care domain. Accordingly, identifying outliers or anomalies with reduced error and reduced… 565
17 EP3251588A1 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETER DERIVATION FROM PULSATING SIGNALS WITH REDUCED ERROR  
A method and system for deriving physiological parameters from pulsating signals with reduced error is provided. The method is performed by extracting pulsating signals, removing spurious… 565
18 9978392 Noisy signal identification from non-stationary audio signals  
Traditionally known classification methods of non-stationary physiological audio signals as noisy and clean involve human intervention, may involve dependency on particular type of classifier and…
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