Abhijeet Satani Age, Patents, Family, Biography & More

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Girlfriend: Kshma Kheskani
Age: 26 Years
Hometown: Ahmedabad

Abhijeet Satani

Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 180 cm
in meters- 1.80 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 11”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 75 kg
in pounds- 165 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Career (Scientist)
ResearchHis interdisciplinary acumen complemented by the supervision of luminary scientists has created numerous inventions that were previously thought to be possible only in fiction.
Patents• Cognitively Operated System | WO/2015/10647 |PCT
• Cognitively Operated System | 15110858 | USA
• Brain Computer Interface | 201580012856.3 | China
• Cognitively System | 15734965 | Europe
• Cognitively Operated System | 113/MUM/2014 | India
• Mobile Terminal & Method of Controlling the same | 14259310 | USA
Abhijeet Satani (third from the left) showing a copy of one of his patents in the presence of Vijay Rupani (second from the left), former Chief Minister of Gujarat
Books• A Simple Approach to Neuroscience
• A Simple Approach to General Anatomy
• How to Write a Research Paper
Personal Life
Date of Birth4 March 1997
Age (as of 2023) 26 Years
BirthplacePratapgadh, Gujarat, India
Zodiac signPisces
HometownAhmedabad, Gujarat
ControversyAbhijeet Satani faced legal action in Delhi when a petition was filed against him, calling for a ban on Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM) and strict regulation of its usage.
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsKshma Kheskani (fashion designer and chess player)
Abhijeet Satani with his girlfriend, Kshma Kheskani
ParentsFather- Ramnik Satani
Abhijeet Satani's father, Ramnik Satani
Mother- Vasant Satani
Abhijeet Satani's mother, Vasant Satani
SiblingsBrother- None
Sisters- 2
• Dr. Bhoomi Satani
Abhijeet Satani's sister Bhoomi Satani
• Dr. Nidhi (Satani) Patel
Abhijeet Satani's sister Nidhi (Satani) Patel
Money Factor
Net Worth (approx.)US$16.3 millions

Abhijeet Satani

Some Lesser Known Facts About Abhijeet Satani

  • Abhijeet Satani is an Indian neuroscientist from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, who comes from a family with a spiritual and business background. He gained recognition for his groundbreaking invention, the ‘Brain-to-Computer Interface.’
  • His inquisitive and imaginative nature was evident from his early years. During his childhood, he immersed himself in books on science and philosophy, dedicating significant time to studying these subjects. In an interview, he talked about his curiosity and said,

    I always study how things work rather than enjoying it! I always used to imagine myself surrounded by beautiful diagrams that got me more curious about how the human brain works.”

  • Abhijeet was an avid follower of the research conducted by scientists Vilayanur Subramanian and Dr Richard Aldrich. He meticulously collected newspaper clippings of all their projects, deeply inspired by their work in the field of Neuroscience. Their contributions fueled his passion for pursuing a career in Neuroscience and making his own mark in the field.
  • At the age of 13, Abhijeet achieved his first success in inventing mobile terminals and developing methods for their usage. Abhijeet Satani
  • In 2014, he was selected for incubation at I-create (International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology), a government initiative in India. During this period, Abhijeet invented computer-assisted muscle-controlled prosthetics and filed a patent for a cognitively operated system, further solidifying his reputation as a rising star in the field of neuroscience and technology. Abhijeet Satani
  • In 2015-16, Abhijeet accomplished a remarkable feat by creating the “Alternative Nervous System”, an interface for the spinal cord. This groundbreaking invention was particularly significant as it helped a 5-year-old boy in Australia who had lost his fingers and leg to meningococcal disease. Abhijeet’s innovative solution offered a new ray of hope to the young boy, opening up possibilities for him to regain control and mobility.
  • Abhijeet developed an invention called the ‘Brain-Computer Interface Module.’ This invention provides real-time feedback to surgeons by signalling live feedback of a patient’s brain activity during surgical procedures. By doing so, it eliminates the need for repeated procedures, ultimately saving patients and doctors time and resources. This innovative invention has earned Abhijeet patents in the USA, Europe, China, and India, highlighting its significant impact and potential to revolutionize the medical field. While talking about his future plans, in an interview, Abhijeet said,

    I anticipate that my knowledge of the brain and nervous system will continue to advance over the next years and translation of my research’s findings into clinical practise with doctors to make sure that new treatments and therapies are safe, efficient, and available to patients.” Abhijeet Satani while addressing audience at an event

  • Abhijeet Satani leverages the reach of social media platforms to promote his groundbreaking discoveries and ongoing research. Through visually stimulating illustrations of brain scans, he showcases the latest developments in his field to a wider audience. Abhijeet strongly believes that research is a transformative process that challenges and refines him as an individual. He is driven by the motivation to nourish his scientific rigour and hone his creativity and imagination each day, continually striving towards becoming a better version of himself.