Dr Sumegh Tharewal

About Dr Sumegh Tharewal

Sumegh Tharewal
Sumegh Tharewal

The Patent Man!

"Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought". - Dr.Sumegh Tharewal

Currently working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. before joining Postdoc he worked as an Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research(SICSR), Symbiosis International (Deemed) University(SIU), Pune, India. he was Program Head of M.Sc. Blockchain Technology at Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune, India, he completed his PhD from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India in the Department of Computer Science, and Information Technology.

He is having 13+ years of experience in Research and academics. He worked with different reputed organizations like Symbiosis, MIT, Pune, Manipal University Jaipur, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Government Institute of Forensic Science, Aurangabad, Maharashtra.

His research interests include Blockchain Technology, Biometrics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Pattern Recognition, and Image Processing.

He published more than 40 Research Papers in various national, and international conferences, and International Peer-Reviewed Journals like IEEE, Springer, and Elsevier. 21 Scopus-indexed Research Papers in his credit, and he received 323 citations with a 11 h index onGoogle Scholar for his publication.

He received 2 Fellowships in his Ph.D. tenure one is from UGC SAP BSR by the University Grant Commission Government of India and the second is from Avishkar Fellowship by the Government of Maharashtra.

He received the Research Excellence Award 2019 from the Institute of Scholars Bangalore, and the Indo Asian Young Scientist Award 2021 in Biometrics from the International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation (IMRF) Registered with the Government of India NITI Aayog NGO Darpan.

"15 Patents in his credit, 5 with the Government of India, 5 with the Australian Government, 1 with the South African Government, and 2 with the Government of Germany, 1 Government of south Africa, 1 with UK Government out of 15 patents he received 5 patents grant from the Government of Australia, and 2 patents grants from the Government of Germany, 1 patent grant from South Africa and 1 patent grant from Government of India."

He is a PhD. Supervisor at symbiosis, Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune, and PhD Co-supervisor at Manipal University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

He Successfully Completed 5 Research Projects, and he is handling 4 ongoing research projects.

He guided more than 30 Postgraduate students and 20 undergraduate students in their projects.

Early Life and Rural Background

Once upon a time in Bhokardan, a small village in Maharashtra, India, there was a boy named Sumegh. He grew up in a farming family, surrounded by fields and the hardworking life of agriculture.

Apart from difficult days let's cherish some childhood memories:

Sumegh's childhood was filled with simple joys. In the beautiful backdrop of our village life, afternoons were all about laughter and playful competitions. Marbles turned our courtyards into battlegrounds, where the precision of our shots and the gleam of glass marbles added to the excitement. Amidst shouts of "Here, your turn," our marble games became legendary, blending skill and friendly rivalry.

The village river, with its soothing flow, became the setting for our daring games of "Itti Dandu." Racing along the riverbank, we'd cheer "Hey, let's go!" as we navigated challenges, turning every round into an epic adventure. The thrill of "Itti Dandu" became a cherished memory, capturing the carefree spirit of our rural childhood.

Then there were the lively kite battles, where the skies transformed into a canvas of colorful dreams. Armed with our handmade kites, we engaged in fierce aerial duels, trying to outmaneuver each other. Those moments, with the wind carrying our laughter and the kites soaring high, encapsulated the pure joy of our village days. Marbles, "Itti Dandu," and kite battles – each game painted a unique chapter in the colorful canvas of our rural adventures.

As we got older, Sumegh's curiosity led him to do well in school. He was interested in technology and research. Eventually, he went on to study at big universities. It was amazing to see how he excelled in things like blockchain technology, biometrics, and artificial intelligence.

Sumegh didn't forget where he came from. He always valued the hard work and resilience he learned from his farming background. His success in research, with more than 40 papers published and 15 patents granted, made us all proud.

Now, Sumegh is not just a boy from Bhokardan; he's a successful researcher making a mark in the world. His journey inspires us all, showing that no matter where you come from, you can achieve great things.

"As the sun sets in Bhokardan, we remember the boy who played in the fields and dreamt big. Sumegh Tharewal, a friend to all, has become a symbol of success rooted in the simplicity of rural life."

Lots of Love,

Shamshoddin Sayed

Founder & Director

Tech Genius World

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