Technical Research Papers by a Teenager
India Book of Records commends a 16-years-old Aryan Chaudhary, from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, who led the project Orbital Next, an academic initiative by Nijji Healthcare Pvt Ltd. to groom young talents. Orbital Next aims to focus on developing newer techniques, like Internet of Things (IoT), enabled devices, and extensive data analysis through the integration of IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning to address the evolving need of remote healthcare systems.
The teenage researcher came forward to address the existing challenges faced by the healthcare system, especially in the rural and remote areas. In a short span of two years, Aryan has ensured 11 research items, including books, special sessions and peer-reviewed papers in international journals. While judiciously observing and studying the healthcare related challenges, Aryan started envisaging the possibilities of implementation of such technologies at a young age. He is the author and editor of several books in biomedical science, which are about to be published next year, titled on computational health informatics and biomedical application. These books will cover a comprehensive and representative range of technologies used in biomedical applications. He has also been invited as a guest speaker at eight conferences.
The young achiever has edited several books in Biomedical Science and the CRC Series. He also edited special issues of reputed journals as a guest editor. He has been awarded with Most Inspiring Young Leader in Healthtech Space 2022 by Business Connect and the Best Project Leader in Global Education and Corporate Leadership. The young achiever has received appreciation from India Book of Records for writing research papers for different international journals, including International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBSE) and Journal of Decision Analytics and Intelligent Computing (JDAIC). His projects integrate Internet of Things and sensor technology for gathering vital signs through one time or ambulatory monitoring and then the functionality of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning that led to big data analytics for faster intervention, monitoring of prognosis and research on this vast data for effective clinical research for future development of treatment, drug, pathological tests and supply system.
Aryan says, “My idol is former President of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, whose teachings I always admire. Dr Kalam used to say that dreams are not those which come while you are sleeping, but those which can’t let you sleep before fulfilling them, and this thought is my guiding mantra in all my projects. I usually keep an eye on magazines, newsletters and events calendar of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), through which I get to know what is the evolving research area in computer science. Being a 12th standard Science student, I am always keen to know more about the upcoming technologies which will help evolve mankind. I also get inspired by Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group, and Steve Jobs, founder of Apple. As technologies emerge every year to promote a better life, the young generation in India is also touching heights in research in every field. I feel India is at the forefront of designing and employing advanced technologies in every sector.”