The team of Btech students applied for the patent in the year 2014 and the government has granted the certificate of patency for their invention on February 17, 2020.
Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) Btech students’ invention entitled, 'System for energy conversion including a bidirectional DC-DC converter' has been granted the patency by the Patent Office of the Government of India. The invention was done by three talented minds of the BTech programme of JMI. The ‘System for energy conversion including a bidirectional DC-DC converter’ is the brainchild of JMI BTech Electrical Engineering students Sheena Siddiqui, Azra Malik, and Md.Danish Zunoon. The invention project was supervised by a faculty of Electrical Engineering, Dr Ahteshamul Haque.
The work related to the research was done in the 'Advance Power Electronics Research Lab' developed by Dr. Haque from his research grant. The team of BTech students applied for the patent in the year 2014 and the government granted the certificate of patency for their invention on February 17, 2020.
While talking about the patent, Dr Ahteshamul Haque expressed that it is the need of the hour to convert energy using green technology. The same is required to develop effective, efficient, and economical solutions for solar power generation and control. To regulate the power flow in solar-based power generation, a novel control is developed.
While expressing happiness on the achievement, JMI Vice-Chancellor Professor Najma Akhtar congratulated Dr Haque and his team. The granted patent by the government is
proof that the university is doing progress in research and development.
About Jamia Milia Islamia
Located in Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, Jamia Milia Islamia (JMI) is a public central university. The university was originally established in Aligarh in United Provinces, in 1920, during the British rule. Later, JMI became a Central University by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1988. The central university offers various undergraduate, postgraduate, certificate, and diploma courses.