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Keshav Dattatreya Nayak

Dr
Keshav Dattatreya Nayak
Native name केशव दत्तात्रेय नायक
Education B.E. in Electronics
Ph.D. in Microelectronics
Alma mater University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore University
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Employer DRDO
Known for Defence research[1]
Title Director, Advanced Numerical Research and Analysis Group(ANURAG)

Keshav Dattatreya Nayak is a distinguished DRDO scientist and Director of Advanced Numerical Research and Analysis Group in Hyderabad, India.[2][3]

Awards

Nayak has been awarded many times for his scientific contributions[2]

  • DRDO Award for contribution to Integrated Guided Missile Development Program in 1989.
  • IETE-IRSI (83) Award for 1997-98 for outstanding contribution in the field of radar and microwave systems.
  • Technology Day Invention Award by National Research Development Corporation.

References

  1. ^ Award for naval scientist
  2. ^ a b Chief Controllers > Dr. KD Nayak, CC R&D (MED & MIST)
  3. ^ Keshava Dattatreya Nayak recognised as Distringuished scientist
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