Editors: S. Kannadhasan, R. Nagarajan, Kaushik Pal, Alagar Karthick, K.K. Saravanan

Intelligent Technologies for Scientific Research and Engineering

eBook: US $59 Special Offer (PDF + Printed Copy): US $94
Printed Copy: US $65
Library License: US $236
ISBN: 978-981-5079-40-1 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5079-39-5 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2023
DOI: 10.2174/97898150793951230101


This reference is a compilation of work from different technology groups that give an insight into strategies used for technology optimization and technical R&D. Each of the 14 chapters presented in the book are contributed by engineering experts and focus on different aspects of smart technologies. The chapters cover a wide range of technical disciplines with a list of references for further reading. The compilation demonstrates methods that are useful to apprentices and researchers involved in the development of technologies in different fields:

  • - Wireless networking
  • - Signal processing
  • - Control and machine engineering
  • - SOC design
  • - Materials science and nanotechnology
  • - Biomedical engineering
  • - Power electronics

The contributions in this book provide interesting examples for product development such as custom nanomaterials, digital electronics, smart devices and antennas. The content also serves as a reference for designing special components used for complex systems like wireless communication systems, automated control systems and organic waste processing systems. The content is structured in a format suitable for both learners and advanced researchers, making this reference essential to engineers at all levels.

Audience: Engineers in advanced courses and R&D departments working on smart materials.


The fusion of our human and science-based infrastructure will be remembered in the twenty-first century. As represented in the Internet and "e-commerce," the injection of information technology into our economy is altering communication, reducing the globe, producing riches, and transforming everyday routines. Such remarkable research-based skills contrast with a sobering reality: Scientific discoveries, new innovations, and technology have piqued the curiosity of American adults for more than two decades, according to studies. However, just around one out of every researcher understands or appreciates the importance and process of scientific investigation. While the public has a high level of faith in science, for many it is a blind trust. The invention and effect of various major technologies, some of which are detailed here. The advancement of science and technology requires more from every one of us. One danger is that technical virtuosity separates what most people can see and manage from what a few people who have been specifically equipped and taught can see and manipulate. Even if we are motivated to comprehend the consequences of new information, we need more straightforward discussion of dangers and advantages, as well as clearer explanations of why the most recent discovery is significant. Citizens want facts that will educate their thinking before they adopt another new miracle designed to alleviate, cure, or otherwise enhance life. We can easily go throughout the world and provide products and services wherever they are required. Expanding computer and communications technologies are allowing access to massive amounts of information and entertainment. As impressive as these technical accomplishments are, there are undoubtedly many more significant obstacles and possibilities to be achieved. While some seem to be distinct, many others are indistinct, and many more are undoubtedly beyond the scope of most people's minds. Science and technological advancement seems to be so unstoppable that the importance of policy decisions is frequently overlooked. Although knowledge seems to develop in a natural manner, sponsorship and, increasingly, stewardship have played an important role in the twentieth century.

Kanagaraj Venusamy
Department of Engineering,
University of Technology and Applied Sciences-al Mussanah,