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The Academic Research Guide Association (ARGA) is an autonomous entity under CSIR. It serves education professionals and researchers globally, especially those from developing countries, by offering support and services. ARGA is composed of scientists, researchers, professors, directors, managers, and engineers from various disciplines, such as engineering, management, pharmacy, applied science, and mathematics. Members of ARGA provide research assistance and guidance without charge to researchers worldwide.

The organization’s objectives include the facilitation, promotion, coordination, and support of research and development. ARGA provides academic and professional guidance in basic, higher, and technical education research. Additionally, it collaborates with national and international prestigious research labs, institutions, organizations, and associations for more effective operation and achievement of its goals.

Approved Projects for Research Grant

  1. A study on the simulation and animation of the n-Body Problem in a system of four bodies.
  2. Development of a novel low-power mashup to convert a smartphone into an assisted vision aid.
  3. Implementation of a fast and efficient plagiarism detection and analysis system for given data.
  4. Design and development of a high-performance, low-latency memory-to-peripheral interface based on ARGA technology.
  5. Research focused on exploring the low-temperature properties of organic superconductors.
  6. Investigation into fundamental atomic, molecular, magnetic, and electric physics to achieve high precision.
  7. Development of material and joint models to improve the efficiency of electromagnetic simulations.
  8. Modelling and design of new semiconductor laser sources suitable for high-power operations.
  9. Development of a high-performance Glycated Hemoglobin sensor.
  10. Design and development of low-power, high-efficiency DRAM.
  11. Implementation of an FPGA-based design for a high-speed, low-cost digital fuzzy processor.
  12. Formulation and evaluation of combinational drugs.
  13. A survey on biofilm production.
  14. Research into decoding Heparan Sulfate structure-function for improved functionality.
  15. Exploration of structural heart disease based on image processing and microwave technology.
  16. Research focused on the application of linear optical processes and coherent control in imaging.
  17. Development of low-power, high-speed watermarking systems based on image processing.
  18. Improving the resolution factor in broadcasting using laser technology.