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AIET Department

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electronics and Communication (E&C) is one of the renowned branches in the field of Engineering, have proved time and again, that they play a pivotal role in both the developing and well-being of our society in the fast paced human life. E&C branch is concerned with the design, development, manufacture and application of electronic devices, circuits and systems.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2008 to meet the needs of the emerging Electronics industry and research. The department prepares students for careers in this constantly evolving discipline. Equipped with highly advanced labs, this department cultivates young minds and provides them the appropriate launching stage to grow and excel in the technical world. The department encourages and guides the students to take part in mini-projects, Seminars, Internships, Certification courses, Student development programs (SDP) in the trending fields of technology, enhancing their knowledge for the future. “Evionics”, the Tech-Forum, helps the students in building their interpersonal skills and communication skills which are very much essential in this competitive world.


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Number of Students

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Number of Faculties

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Number of Labs

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  • Vision

    Centre of Excellence to Empower the young minds in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering with research focus and skill development through Transformative Education catering to the needs of the Society.

  • Mission
    • To create Learning Environment to enable the Students for Excellence in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
    • To Empower the Students with necessary Skills for Solving the Complex Technological Problems.
    • To Inculcate Research Culture among Teaching-Learning Group by guiding them towards Research Activities to bridge the gap between Industry and Academia.
    • By Imbibing the Students with Human Values and Ethics through Transformative Education and make them Socially Responsible professionals.
  • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVEs (PEOs)
    • PEO1: Apply Mathematical, Scientific and Engineering fundamentals for problem solving.
    • PEO2: Expose to Emerging Technologies and pursue higher studies or do research.
    • PEO3: Become Competent and Employable with necessary skills.
    • PEO4: Inculcate Professional and Ethical attributes and contribute to Society as responsible Citizen.
  • PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMEs (PSOs)
    • PSO 1: Understand and apply the principles of Science and Engineering in the field of Electronics and Communication.
    • PSO 2: Ability to design and implement systems using the concepts of Analog & Digital Electronics, Communication & Networking, Signal Processing, Embedded Systems & Semiconductor technology to solve complex problems.
    • PSO 3: Develop proficiency to use modern Hardware & Software tools in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

Dr. D. V. Manjunatha

Senior Professor & HOD B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D
08258 - 262724 aietecee08@gmail.com

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Teaching Faculty

Dr. Richard Pinto

Professor Emeritus, Head R & D

Dr. Richard Pinto

Professor Emeritus, Head R & D
Ph.D
9892818760
rpinto1942@gmail.com

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Shadvala K Sebastian

Teaching Assistant

Shadvala K Sebastian

Teaching Assistant
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
shadvala12@gmail.com

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Megha M

Assistant Professor

Megha M

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
megha.ms592@gmail.com

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Mrs. Nishma

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Nishma

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9663691775
nishmak90@gmail.com

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Bhargavi K V

Assistant Professor

Bhargavi K V

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9164509991
kvbhargavi25@gmail.com

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Mrs. Kumari Shruthi

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Kumari Shruthi

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
shruthi19@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Sachin K

Assistant Professor

Mr. Sachin K

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9611293033
sachinec.aiet@gmail.com

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Mrs. Tanya Mendez

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Tanya Mendez

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9663866422
tanya@aiet.org.in

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Aneesh Jain M V

Assistant Professor

Aneesh Jain M V

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
aneeshjain@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Deepak Raj

Assistant Professor

Mr. Deepak Raj

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9591302315
deepakraj@aiet.org.in

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Yuvaraju T

Assistant Professor

Yuvaraju T

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
tyuvarajece@aiet.org.in

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Santhosh S

Assistant Professor

Santhosh S

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9535623318
santhosh.nayak@aiet.org.in

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Vijetha T S

Assistant Professor

Vijetha T S

Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9964898933
tsvijetha@gmail.com

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Mr. Parveez Shariff B G

Senior Assistant Professor

Mr. Parveez Shariff B G

Senior Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
parveezshariff@aiet.org.in

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Sudhakara H M

Senior Assistant Professor

Sudhakara H M

Senior Assistant Professor
B.E, M.Tech
9611385725
skrmholla@gmail.com

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Mr. Edwin

Professor

Mr. Edwin

Professor
B.E, MS

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Dr. Praveen J

Dean Academics (CSE, ECE & ISE) & Professor

Dr. Praveen J

Dean Academics (CSE, ECE & ISE) & Professor
B.E, M.tech, Ph.D
08258 - 262724
praveenj_vishruth@yahoo.in

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Dr. Dattathreya

Dean Planning and Sr. Professor

Dr. Dattathreya

Dean Planning and Sr. Professor

08258 - 262724
dattugujjar1972@gmail.com

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Sushanth Anil Lobo

Assistant Professor

Sushanth Anil Lobo

Assistant Professor
B.E. M.Tech. (Ph.D)
8971250414
lobosushanth8@aiet.org.in

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Inauguration of ‘IETE Student Forum

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology formally inaugurated the ‘IETE – The...

IMPERIUM 2018-19

“IMPERIUM-2019” is a TECH-FEST conducted under the Electronics and Communication Department’s student forum ‘Evionics’ on 4th and 5th April, 2019....

AGAMYA-2018-19

“Donate for cause, not for applause” “AGAMYA” is a charity event conducted every year under the Electronics and Communication Department’s...

AGAMYA-2K17

“Donate for cause, not for applause” To conduct this charity event the place choosen was Saanidhya Special School, Mangalore. “SAANIDHYA”,Residential...

Daan Utsav 2016

As part of Daan Utsav, a group of students from the final year had spent a day at St.Mary’s Old...

AGAMYA-2015 – I HAVE A DREAM

Thanking the Management, Principal, HOD, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering and all the coordinating faculties and students for organizing...

MODEL UNITED NATIONS (MUN)-2015

Department of electronics and communication engineering organized Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN. it is an educational simulation and academic competition...

The department is well equipped with the software’s required for the design and simulation of electronic systems. These software’s include

  1. MATLAB & SIMULINK
  2. Virtual Simulation Software – PROTEUS 6.0.
  3. VLSI Design Tool Set – XILINX, cadence.
  4. C Compiler and Simulation – KEIL Software for Microcontrollers
AIET Envision Lab

About:

A research and prototyping lab setup in the campus of AIET in the end of 2016 by the team of Oscki Labs. The lab was setup with the help of students and follows the open learning culture. Now the lab is run independently and providing a platform for product development and manufacturing in the domain of electronics and robotics. The lab is equipped with all the necessary tools and equipment. The lab houses an industrial grade 3D printer and PCB manufacturing setup for aiding the in house prototyping.

 

Objectives:

  1. Imparting valuable practical know how on how things work to promote a community research culture.
  2. Giving students various entries into different fields of research to enhance their thought process.
  3. Making students actively involved in activities to boost their presentation and communication skills.
  4. Providing internship opportunities to get exposure to industrial aspects.
  5. Understanding the process flow of ideas to prototyping.
  6. Importance & emphasis will be given for publishing papers in journals and conferences.

Some of the major Projects:

Zone Based Vehicle Control: The project addressed a smart solution to the non-scientific traffic control by road humps. Here RF signals were used to set the zones with the zone specifications such as vehicle speed limit, no honking and all. Once the vehicle in the zone all the attributes are automatically set in for the vehicle. Each vehicle had an unique identification and RF receiver.

Smart Iron Box: A simple idea by the student turned into a major project. Currently under the provisional patent and technical upgradations are going on.

KidZ: A cognitive learning device for special children to improve their motor skills and eye hand coordination. The product uses combination of LED’s, buzzers and vibrators to incorporate the learning practices for special children. The entire product is programmable according to the needs of children and completely user friendly. The team were semi-finalists for national IICDC competition by TI in 2018-19.

Micro weather station: A unique ongoing project in hands with ISRO for addressing the problem of accurate data collection from the remote areas. Currently testing is going on for multiple sensors for the vital attributes of weather. The product incorporates standalone data acquisition and power supply units.

Some of the major internship and workshops:

Fundamentals of Embedded systems and sensor interfacing: This is internship and hands on training module carried out with individual kits for engineering students. The students start learning from basics and at the end walkout with a working prototype. The internship opens up during every semester holidays.

IoT Internship and product development:  This is carried out for engineering and BCA students on the platform of ESP with both C and Micropython platform. This is influenced by the embedded systems so students go through the entire course with individual kits and prototype is compulsory.

Fundamentals of PCB designing and development:This a short term course carried out for engineering students to get the complete understanding of design procedures and PCB industrial protocols. Students start with basics on circuit elements and then finish with a complete gerber of PCB.

Departmental Laboratories
e YANTRA ROBOTICS
MEMS
VTU RESEARCH CENTRE

The Research Centre at the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is recognized by Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. The research centre emphasis is on research in MEMS Lab, Linux Lab, Envision Lab, Innovation and We Lab and e-Yantra Robotics Lab.

Research Centre Details

University Year of Recognition Reference Number
VTU, Belagavi May, 2018 VTU/Aca-Res.-Cen./A4//2018-19/633/70
VTU, Belagavi October, 2017 VTU/Aca-Res.-Cen./A4//2017-18/6954/224

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2018 -2019

Sl.No Name of the Student College Names of the Student Date of Registration of Ph.D Guide Topic of research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Mr. Arjun Rao

 

AIET, Mijar 21.04.2018

 

Dr. D.V Manjunatha Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Micro Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

2. Ajay Prinston Pinto AIET, Mijar 05.07.2018 Dr. Dattathreya Prediction of Epilepsy by the Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence using GPU EmailID:

ajaypinto2@gmail.com

Phone:9449725987

3. Aneesh Jain M V AIET, Mijar 05.07.2018 Dr. Dattathreya Design, Fabrication, Characterization and Development of Whispering Gallery Mode Resonator EmailID:

aneeshjain19@gmail.com

Phone:9880638139

4. Sachin K AIET, Mijar 05.07.2018 Dr. Dattathreya Novel Method for Data Security, Privacy and Authentication for IOT based systems EmailID:

sachinec.aiet@gmail.com

Phone:9611293033

 

5. Niju Rajan AIET, Mijar 23.03.2019 Dr. Praveen J Design, Simulation and Development of Peizoelectric Low Frequency Vibration Sensors Email ID: praveenj_vishruth@yahoo.in

Phone: 8884767555

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2017 -2018

Sl.No Name of the Student College Names of the Student Date of Registration  of Ph.D Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Mr. Sushanth Anil Lobo

 

AIET 29.05.2017

 

Dr. DV Manjunatha MEMS Pressure Sensors Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

2. Mr. Prashanth N VTU-RRC, Belagavi 29.05.2017 Dr. Dattathreya Enhanced Image Reconstruction Algorithm Using Genetic Algorithm and Performance Evaluation in Compressed Sensing EmailID:

dattugujjar1972@gmail.com

Phone:9481582906

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2016-2017

Sl.No Name of the Student College Name of the Student Date of Registration of Ph.D Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Veerbhadra Swamy K.M Govt. Engineering College, Ramnagar 27.01.2016 Dr. DV Manjunatha Implementation of Background Subtraction Algorithm for Detection of Colour Image Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

  • Faculty Members Registered for Ph.D in Other Research Centre/Universities if any

Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers

Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Mahendra H.N 09.02.2018 VTU Dr. Mallikarjunaswamy S Design of Low Power high speed multiplier using hybrid full adder and gated clock ring counter Email ID: mahendrahn2007@gmail.com

Phone:

9740129884

2. Jyothi Pramal 11.07.2016 VIT, Vellore Dr. P Ponnambalam Power Electronics – VLC Enabled LED Driver Circuit

 

Email ID: mjsuvarna@gmail.com

Phone:

9880910737

Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers: 2015 -2016

Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Parveez Shariff B.G 18.12.2015 VTU Dr. Roshan Joy Martis Computer Aided Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Using ECG Email ID: parveez1shariff@gmail.com

Phone:

7829200515

Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers: 2014 -2015

Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Shankar BB 14.02.2014 Jain University Dr. D Jayadeppa Biomedical Signal Processing Email ID: shankarbb@aiet.org.in

Phone:

9916241310

Sponsored Research

Funded Research

Sponsored Research Projects for Past Three Years

SI.No. Project Title Funding

Agency

Amount Principal

Investigator

Duration

 

Year of

sanction

1. Development of Prototype Chemicals Sensors for environmental/ Industrial/ Agricultural Applications KCTU Rs. 1 Crore Dr. Richard Pinto, Emeritus Professor, Dept. Of ECE 2 years 2018-2019

PATENTS

Sl no Faculty Name Patent No Patent Details
1 Dr. Richard Pinto

Dr. DV Manjunatha

Dr. Richard Pinto

201941009746 Enhancement of direct Methanol fuel cell performance with nafion proton exchange membrane optimally exposed to ultraviolet rays.
2 Dr. Richard Pinto

Dr. DV Manjunatha

201841040380 Enhancement of Micro direct Methanol fuel cell performance using micro channels fabricated from 100 silicon wafer orientation and P(VDF-TrFE) coated nafion membrane as proton exchange membrane
3 Dr. Richard Pinto 201841030070 A process for fabrication of P(VDF-TrFE) Piezoelectric Beams and Cantilevers as Vibration Sensors and Energy Harvesters

Institutional Patent Applications from students and faculties of AIET

Sl. No Title Patent Application number Published date Inventors
1 A process for fabrication of P(VDF-TrFE) piezoelectric beams and cantilevers as vibration sensors and energy harvesters 201841030070 14/12/2018 Rashmi K. R, Jayarama A, Richard Pinto, Siddhartha P. Duttagupta And Shriganesh Prabhu
2 Enhancement of micro direct methanol fuel cell (μ-DMFC) performance using micro channels fabricated from <100> silicon wafer orientation and P(VDF-TrFE) coated nafion membrane as proton exchange membrane 201841040380 14/12/2018 Arjun Sunil Rao, Jayarama Arasalike, Manjunatha Doddaballapura Veerabhadraiah, Richard Pinto, Siddhartha Prakash Duttagupta And Achanta Venugopal
3 Enhancement of direct methanol fuel cell performance with nafion proton exchange membrane optimally exposed to ultraviolet rays 201941009746 10/5/2019 Arjun Sunil Rao, Jayarama Arasalike, Manjunatha Doddaballapura Veerabhadraiah, Praveen Jayappa, Richard Pinto And Peter Fernandes
4 Smart shockwave velocity measurement system based on P(VDF-TrFE) piezosensors and arduino 201941024087 AWAITED Ramaprasad A T, Arjun Sunil Rao, Anoop Radha Balan, Jyothish Kumar Kunhipurayil, Arjun Ashok Ambattuparambil, Jayarama Arasalike, Richard Pinto And Peter Fernandes

Publications

SL. No. Author(s) Title Journal Year Publication
1 C. Mathai, Ravikumar Jain, V. G. Achanta, S.P.Duttagupta, D. Ghindani, N. R. Joshi, R. Pinto, And S. S. Prabhu Sensing at terahertz frequency domain using 2 sapphire whispering gallery mode resonator Optics Letters Vol. 43, Issue 21, pp. 5383-5386 (2018) 2018
2 Rashmi K R, Arjun Rao, Jayarama A, Richard Pinto “Low frequency piezoelectric P(VDF-TrFE) micro-cantilever with a novel MEMS process for vibration sensor and energy harvester applications” Smart Materials and Structures 2019
3 Rashmi K R, Arjun Rao, Jayarama A, Richard Pinto “Piezoelectric P(VDF-TrFE) micro cantilevers and beams for low frequency vibration sensors and energy harvesters” Sensors and Actuators: A Physical 2019
4 Rashmi K R, Jayarama A, Shriganesh Prabhu, Siddhartha Duttagupta, Richard Pinto “A novel bulk micromachining process for piezoelectric P(VDF-TrFE) micro-cantilever beam vibration sensors and energy harvesters” IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 2019
5 Arjun Sunil Rao, K R Rashmi, D V Manjunatha, A Jayarama, Richard Pinto Enhancement of power output in passive micro-direct methanol fuel cells with optimized methanol concentration and trapezoidal flow channels Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 2019
6 Arjun Sunil Rao, Rashmi K. R., D. V. Manjunatha, Jayarama A, Shriganesh Prabhu and Richard Pinto Pore size tuning of nafion membranes by UV irradiation for enhanced proton conductivity for fuel cell applications International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2019
7 Arjun Sunil Rao, D. V. Manjunatha, Jayarama A., Venu Gopal Achanta, Siddhartha P. Duttagupta and Richard Pinto P(VDF-TrFE) Copolymer Laminated Nafion Membranes for Power Enhancement of Passive Micro Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 2019

Placed Students

Placement Recruiters

2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2018-19

1. Technical talk on Semiconductor Industry Overview

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “Semiconductor Industry Overview” for the students of sixth semester on 27th April 2019 by Mr.Syed Salman, Lead Engineer, Sankalp Semi-conductor Pvt. Ltd., Hubli.

Mr. Salman, completing the post-graduation in Digital Electronics started his career with Sankalp Semiconductor Pvt. Ltd. as a Design Engineer. He has extensively worked on IO circuit design & modelling and has designed circuits on 180nm, 130nm, 40nm, 28nm & 16nm technologies, which are silicon proven. Currently, he is holding the position of Lead Engineer in Sankalp Semiconductor.

The talk began with the introduction to design and fabrication of semiconductor devices and the development of products related to applications like networking, Mobile computing, healthcare, space operation, automotive etc. He discussed on the basic categories of semiconductor companies like fab makers and fabless makers and also briefed on the types of semiconductor industry predominant in India. The talk elaborated on designing of memory devices, commodity IC and complex SOC. He added that, if students wish to build career in semiconductor industry should have a strong foundation in the area of analog and digital circuitry which includes amplifiers, oscillators, PLL,voltage regulators, filters, registers, FSM, flip-flops etc. His talk included concepts such as Verilog/ VHDL coding, verification and synthesis in front end design and physical design, place and route as a part of backend design. At the end, he guided students to have an in-depth understanding of fundamentals to plan their career in VLSI industry and finally the talk concluded by presenting a memento as a token of gratitude.

2. Technical talk on “Network Protocol in Industry”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 23rd April 2019 which was delivered by Mr. Santhosh Kumar S B The technical talk was inaugurated by Head of the department Mr. Jayant Kumar A Rathod, Forum coordinator Mr. Manjunath H.R and other faculties. He spoke on the topic of “Concept of Network Protocol in Industry”.

In this session, first he spoke about Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) and then explained Broadband network access.

3. Technical talk on “System on Chip”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on the topic “System on Chip” for the final year students on 25thMarch 2019 by Mr. Asif Mohammed, Director, Smart SOC Bangalore. The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of Dr. Richard Pinto.Mohammed has over 20 years experience working in Industry. Mr. Asif began the talk with the introduction to VLSI, where billions of transistors integrated to make a complex chip.

He discussed on the challenges of complex designs, time to market and huge investments involved in VLSI industry. He discussed on various components in SoC by considering a typical example of iphone chip which has modules like low power RAM, Qualcomm LTE Modem, Power amplifiers, Power Management IC, Bluetooth Module and transceivers. He also briefed about Front End Design process like Functional Simulation, Synthesis, Timing checks and the Back End Design process like floor planning, Place and route and fabrication. He also briefed about the facts and trends in VLSI industry. Finally he concluded the talk by highlighting the skills required by a student to join VLSI industry and the available opportunities to build career in chip design.

4. Technical talk on “ASIC and FPGA implementation in Semiconductor Industry”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “ASIC and FPGA implementation in Semiconductor Industry” for the students of fifth and seventh semester on 28thFebruary 2019 by Mr.Arun J Mathias, Manager- Training CoreEL Technologies, Bangalore. Mr. Mathias, has experience working in Cypress Semiconductor Technology India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore where he was involved in the design and verification of complex ASICs. Currently he is working as Manager – Training at CoreEL Technologies Bangalore.The talk began withbriefing the introduction and need for Application Specific IC and Field Programmable Gate Array in semiconductor industry. The ASICs Refer to semiconductor solutions design for a particular

application, as opposed to other solutions like Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) which can be programmed multiple times to perform a different functions.The talk majorly focussed on the journey of designing an ASIC which is a long winding roadtaking you from a concept to a working silicon. Finally he concluded the talk by explaining the opportunities available to build the career in this niche area and encouraged students to take up final year projects in the field of VLSI.

5. Technical talk on “Emerging trends in Electronics and Communication for better tomorrow”

Prof. C Murali delivered a technical talk on ‘Emerging trends in Electronics and Communication for better tomorrow’ after the inaugural ceremony of IETE student forum.

6. Technical talk on “Internet of Things(IoT) and Introduction to Deep Learning”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on the topic “Internet of Things(IoT) and Introduction to Deep Learning” for the students of fourth and sixth semester on 9th Feb 2019 by Amogh Kashyap, R&D Engineer, Nokia, Bangalore. The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of Dr. D V Manjunatha, Head, Dept. of ECE, AIET.


Mr. Kashyap is working at Nokia Networks as an R&D Engineer for Digital Automation team, focused on solutions for enterprises. He has an experience working in robotic systems where they develop customized indoor and outdoor autonomous bots for automating tasks and communication. He is currently working in developing drone solutions (Nokia Drone Networks) for Enterprises where our drones are capable of transporting materials, monitoring gas pipelines using video analytics involving deep learning techniques.

7. Technical talk on “Fabrication of Photovoltaic cell – A detailed approach”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “Fabrication of Photovoltaic cell – A detailed approach” for the students of fifth and seventh semester on 3rd November 2018 by Mr.Nizam Subhani, Technologist, IISc, Bangalore.

8. Technical talk on “A peep in the world of semiconductor fabrication”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “A peep in the world of semiconductor fabrication” for the students of fifth and seventh semester on 3rd November 2018 by Mr.Shreyas Bhat, Technologist, IISc , Bangalore.

9. Technical talk on “Recent Trends and Evolution in Mobile Communication”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “RECEnt Trends and Evolution in Mobile Communication” for the students of fifth semester on 6th October 2018 by Mr. Prasad Dandra, Associate Director, Samsung Semiconductor India R&D, Bangalore.

10. Technical talk on “Advanced Digital Communications –Techniques and Applications”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on the topic “Advanced Digital Communications –Techniques and Applications” on Sep 22nd 2018 by Mr. T R Ramamohan, Additional General Manager(Retd.), Bharat Electronics Limited, Bangalore.

11. Technical talk on “Applied Electromagnetism and Modern Antenna Design”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 10th September 2018 which was delivered by Dr. Krishnamoorthy K, Asst Prof., Dept. of ECE, NITK Suratkal on the topic “Applied Electromagnetism and Modern Antenna Design”. The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of Dr. Richard Pinto.

12. Technical talk on “Wireless Communication towards 5G”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 11th August 2018 by Dr. Muralidhar Kulkarni, Professor, Dept. of ECE, NITK Suratkal on the topic “Wireless Communication towards 5G” for the students of third and fifth semester. The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of Head of the Dept. Dr. Richard Pinto, Professor, Dept. of ECE and Mr. Sudhakar H M, Technical Talk Coordinator, Dept. of ECE.


Dr. Kulkarni has served in various capacities in industry and teaching for the last 35 years. He has held the positions of Scientist in Instrumentation Division at the Central Power research Institute, Bangalore, Aeronautical Engineer in Avionics group of Design and Development team of Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) project at Helicopter Design Bureau at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Bangalore, Assistant Professor at the Electrical Engineering Department of UVCE, Bangalore and as an Associate Professor in ECE Department at the Delhi College of Engineering (DCE), Delhi. He also established the IIIT, Dharwad to take forward IIIT as an institute of excellence in 2015 as its Officer On Special Duty.
The talk began with introducing the students with the basic fundamentals of wireless communication and discussed on the causes and effects of interference, fading & crosstalk which is major issue to address in wireless.

2017-18

1. Technical talk on “Overview on Communication Systems and Introduction to IETE Student Chapter”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on “Overview on Communication Systems and Introduction to IETE Student Chapter” for the students of fourth and sixth semester on 11th April 2018 by Prof. H S Bhatia., Hon. Secretary, IETE Bangalore.

2. Technical talk on “Advancement in RF and microwave test and measurement”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 9th March 2018 which was delivered by Mr. Nikhil Mitaliya, Application Engineer, Tektronics Bengaluru on the topic “Advancement in RF and microwave test and measurement”. Mr. Mitaliya has more than 8 Years of experience in Testing.

3. Technical talk on “Optical Networks and its Applications”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 3rd March 2018 by Dr. Muralidhar Kulkarni, Professor, Dept. of ECE, NITK Suratkal on the topic “Optical Networks and its Applications” for the students of sixth semester.

4. Technical talk on “Statistical Signal Processing”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 17th February 2018 delivered by Dr. H V Kumaraswamy Professor, RVCE, Bengaluru. The talk was on the topic “Statistical Signal Processing” for the students of sixth semester ECE.

5. Technical talk on “RF Design and Planning”


The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 17th February 2018 by Dr. Sudheendra K R, Associate Professor, BMSCE Bangalore. The topic was about “RF Design and Planning” for the students of fourth semester ECE, included the designing of RF circuits used in networks, related to wireless and mobile communications.

6. Technical talk on “Applications of DSP in embedded system”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 10th November 2017 was delivered by Dr. U.C. Niranjan Adjunct. Professor, M I T Manipal, on the topic “Applications of DSP in embedded system” . Different applications of signal processing in embedded systems designed for medical imaging, computer graphics, home theatre and telecommunications etc. are highlighted in the talk by the resource person.

7. Technical talk on “Introduction to image and video compression”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 13th October 2017 was delivered by Dr. Aparna P , Professor, N.I.T.K.Suratkal on the topic “Introduction to image and video compression”. Two major catogeries namely lossless and lossy compression were discussed.

8. Technical talk on “Multimodal Biometrics”

Security is becoming a most important requirement of present day life and developing computer aided person recognition system is of increasing demand . Related to this ,technical talk was conducted on 12nd October 2017 by Dr. K. A. Radhakrishna Rao, Professor and Head, Dept. of ECE, P.E.S.C.E. Mandya on the topic “Multimodal Biometrics”. Important issues of Biometric processing, role of Biometrics in recognition and identification , developing and commercializing software for biometric system with 100% accuracy were discussed.

9. Technical talk on “Applications of Engineering Electromagnetics”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 22nd September 2017 which was delivered by Dr. U.B. Mahadevaswamy, Professor, S.J.C.E. Mysore on the topic “Applications of Engineering Electromagnetics”. This talk was mainly on making 3rd Semester students confident in the subject Engg. Electromagnetics which is considered as difficult subject by most of the students. Talk was well organized and presented in simplest way from the basic concepts of charge and fundamental laws of Electromagnetics.

10. Technical talk on “Speech Processing and Applications”

Forum EVIONICS under Department of ECE conducted the technical talk of the on 24th August, 2017 delivered by Dr. Shashidhar Koolgudi, Asst. Professor, NITK Suratkal on the topic “Speech Processing and Applications”. Talk was arranged for 5th semester students with main focus of exposing the students to various domains such as speech recognition, speech coding and speech synthesis.

2016-17

1. Technical talk on “Multibiometrics to Aadhaar”

The technical talk was delivered by Dr. Ashok Rao, who was the head of Centre for Electronic Design and Technology (CEDT), IIsc, Bengaluru on 8th April 2017. He is one of the leading figures in the area of Digital Signal Processing, also specialized in Renewable energy, Biometrics, Linear algebra and Multimedia and currently he is the advisor for research, DTE, Govt. of Kerala.


He presented the talk on the topic – “Multibiometrics to Aadhaar” and briefed on the importance of various biometric methods to authenticate an individual and few unique methods based on Vein structure, Ear form and Hand geometry. He also encouraged the students to explore their potential to think out of the box and concluded the talk by addressing how to enhance learning process by integrating theory and practice

2. Technical talk on “Wireless communication and Internet of Things”

The Technical Talk under the Department of ECE was conducted on 01st April 2017. Technical Talk coordinator Mr. Ramesh B welcomed the resource person Dr. N. Shekar V. Shet, Associate Professor, Department of E&CE, NITK. Dr. N. Shekar Shet delivered the talk on the topic “Wireless communication and Internet of Things (IoT)”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments and applications in the area of wireless communication and Internet of things. He has also highlighted the latest innovation possibilities in the field of Internet of things in all fields of life. Along with this, professor briefed about the research possibilities in this emerging area of IoT.

3. Technical talk on “Meta-Materials and Its Application in Antenna Design”

The Technical talk was delivered by Dr. K Krishnamoorthy, Asst. professor, Dept. of ECE, NITK Surathkal on 18th March 2017. He has majorly worked in the area of antenna engineering and presented a talk on the topic “Meta-Materials and Its Application in Antenna Design”.


He rendered the talk by introducing students to the physics behind field theory and antenna design using Gaussian laws and Maxwell’s equations. Later, the talk proceeded to elaborate the interesting and unique features of meta-materials, which can be used in the construction of microwave integrated circuits (MICs) and monolithic MICs. He also explained the future scope of these highly directional patch antennas in mobile communication and concluded his talk by encouraging the students to pursue their academic projects in the area of antenna design using COMSOL tool provided by the institution.

4. Technical talk on “Physical synthesis of ASIC design”

The Technical talk was delivered by Mr. Manjunatha Visweswaraiah, Senior Research and Development Engineer, Synopsis Incorporation, Bangalore on 6th March 2017. His expertise is in the area of Design and EDA in DFT, Logic Synthesis and delivered the talk on the topic “Physical synthesis of ASIC design”. The talk was elaborated on the goals of logic synthesis, optimization of power and area constraints in application specific integrated circuit design. He also briefed about the nECEssity of various EDA tools and open source tools available for the purpose of ASIC design which the students can make use for their academic projects. The talk also highlighted the career opportunities in this domain and explained his ongoing projects in Synopsis with few simulation snapshots.

5. Technical talk on “Latest Trends in VLSI Design”

The department of ECE organized a technical talk on 03rd March 2017. The Head of the department Dr. D V Manjunath welcomed the resource person Mr. V.D.Kulkarni, Senior Consultant, Entuple Technologies. Dean Prof Praveen was presiding over the talk. Mr V.D.Kulkarni, delivered the talk on the topic “Latest Trends in VLSI Design”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments and applications in the area of Electronic system design, Manufacturing and testing. He also highlighted the importance of Time and Life with real life example of missile testing in Bombay. He has also emphasized the requirement of the fundamental knowledge in any field of study. Along with this, professor briefed about the career opportunities in this emerging area of Electronic system design.

6. Technical talk on “Applications of MEMS”

The Technical Talk of the academic semester for the year 2016-17 under the Department of E&CE was conducted on 01st October, 2016. The Head of the department Prof. D V Manjunatha welcomed the eminent resource person Dr. M M Nayak, Visiting professor, Indian Institute of Science, (Former Scientist of ISRO), Bangalore. Dr M M Nayak delivered the talk on the topic “Applications of MEMS”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments, Innovations and applications in the area of MEMS. He mainly emphasized the importance of different testing methods needed while designing the MEMS sensors for the spacecraft applications. He also highlighted the different project opportunities possible in this field. He encouraged students explore the opportunities in this field and promised of any assistance needed.

7. Technical talk on “Innovations in MEMS and Heavy Duty Drones”

Third Technical Talk of the academic semester for the year 2016-17 under the Department of ECE was conducted on 29th September, 2016. The head of the department Prof. D V Manjunatha welcomed the resource person Mr. Himanshu Rangadhol, Head of Design and Innovation, Oscki Labs, Bangalore. Mr.Himanshu Rangadhol delivered the talk on the topic “Innovations in MEMS and Heavy Duty Drones”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments, Innovations and applications in the area of MEMS and Heavy duty drones. He also highlighted the different project opportunities possible in this field. He also encouraged students explore the opportunities in this field and promised of any assistance needed from his company.

8. Technical talk on “Radar Communication”

The Technical Talk of the academic semester for the year 2016-17 under the Department of ECE was formally conducted on 17th September, 2016. The head of the department Prof. D V Manjunath welcomed the resource person Dr. Pathipati Sridhar, Assistant Professor, E & CE Department, National Institute of Technology Karnataka. Prof Pathipati Srihari delivered the talk on the topic “Radar Communication”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments and applications in the area of Radar Communication. He also highlighted the different project opportunities possible in this field. He has also promised that help could be given to students in any type of assistance needed. He also insisted students to get the maximum benefits from his laboratory and institution.

9. Technical talk on “Introduction and Applications of MEMS”

The Technical Talk of the academic semester for the year 2016-17 under the Department of ECE was formally inaugurated on 23rd August, 2016 by the head of the department Prof. D V Manjunath and also welcomed the resource person Dr. Basavaprabhu Sheeparamatti, Professor, Basaveshwar College of Engg., Bagalkot. Prof B G Sheeparamatti delivered the talk on the topic “Introduction and Applications of MEMS”. The talk was elaborated on the evolution, developments and applications in the area of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems. He also highlighted the different FEM tools and software available for purpose of simulation and fabrication. Along with this, professor briefed about the career opportunities in this emerging area of MEMS. He also insisted students to get the maximum benefits of the upcoming MEMS laboratory in our institution.

2015-16

1. The technical talk was organized on 9th April 2016 by Dr. Kanthi M, Professor , Dept. of E&CE, MIT, Manipal

The talk was about “Embedded Control Systems” which includes design of Embedded Systems, features of Embedded Systems, and various applications like ATM, Automated Washing Machine, etc., Finite State Machine Model.

2. The technical talk was organized on 30th March 2016 by Dr. Murlidhar Kulkarni, Professor, Dept. of E&CE, NITK, Suratkal


The talk was about “RECEnt Trends in Optical Communication and FSP” which includes wireless communication, Line of Sight, Wi-Max, Wi-fi, Li-fi, applications of FSP, features of FSP, application of Li-Fi in underwater applications was also discussed.

3. The technical talk was organized on 24th March 2016 by Dr. Jagannathan S, Professor, Dept. of E&CE, RVCE, Bengaluru

The topic was about “Advanced Processors” which includes development of processors from 4004 to 8086, architecture of several processors, interfacing, applications, clock generation, instruction set, DSP.

4. The technical talk was organized on 26th February 2016 by Dr. K. Panduranga Vittal, Professor, Dept. of E&EE, NITK, Suratkal


The topic was about “Development in Embedded Systems” which includes the rECEnt techniques involved in the design of the embedded systems, modern embedded applications in daily life, medicine, IT, etc. Advantages, Disadvantages, Drawbacks, and Challenges were also discussed in the talk.

5. The technical talk was organized on 22nd February 2016 by Prof. S.V. Niranjana Murthy, Dept. of E&CE, RLJIT, Doddaballapur


The Topic was about “Optical Fiber Communication” which includes types of optical fibers, manufacturing steps of optical fibers, principle of operation, application of optical fibers, advantages of optical fiber communication over other types of communication, disadvantages are discussed by the resource person.

6. The technical talk was organized on 30th January 2016 by Dr. P.C. Srikanth, Professor & Head, Dept. of E&CE, MCE, Hassan


The topic was about “RECEnt Trends in Optical Networks” which includes about photonics, crystalline structure. He discussed various new techniques which help in increasing bit rate transfer in modern optical communication networks.

7. The technical talk was conducted on 9th November 2015 by Dr. Deepu Vijayasenan, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering, N.I.T.K, Surathkal


The talk was about Digital Signal Compression, which includes various Digital signal applications, various methods of Signal Compression techniques in the current technology.

8. The technical talk was conducted on 6th November 2015 by Dr. D. Nirmal, Assc. Professor, School of Electrical Sciences, Karunya University, Coimbotore


The talk was about High Power & Low Power Devices in Nanotechnology, which includes scaling of devices and effects of scaling and the power associated with the scaled devices. The resource person had explained about the topic in detail to the students.

9. The Technical talk was conducted on 9th October 2015 by Dr. Somashekar Bhat


The Technical talk was conducted on 9th October 2015 by Dr. Somashekar Bhat, Professor & Head, Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal. The talk was about “My Experiment in Teaching Analog Electronic circuits”, which includes various BJT Models, analysis of BJT circuits and the application. The resource person had explained in detail about the topic to the students.

10. The technical talk was conducted on 5th September 2015 by Mrs. Subhagya.D.S. , Consultant Engineer, Bengaluru


The topic “Knowledge Management & Intellectual Property.In her talk she discussed about different forms of Knowledge Management and how students can make use of these concepts. She also highlighted different Intellectual Properties and explained about method required to avail patents.

11. The technical talk was conducted on 21st August 2015 delivered by Dr. D.V. Manjunatha


The technical talk was conducted on 21st August 2015 delivered by Dr. D.V. Manjunatha, Professor , Dept. of E&CE, Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bengaluru. The talk was on the topic “Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems”, and he discussed about the application.

12. Forum EVIONICS 2015-16 under Department of ECE

Forum EVIONICS 2015-16 under Department of ECE conducted the first technical talk of the odd semester on 17th August, 2015 delivered by Dr. Vasantha M.H., Professor, Dept. of E&CE, National Institute of Technology, Goa., on the topic “Design of Differential Amplifier”. The talk was about the basics of FETs and their characteristics, operations in various regions and also about the design of CMOS amplifiers. In this talk design considerations and practical applications of the CMOS Amplifiers are clearly elaborated.

Patents
Sponsored Research
Paper Publication Details
Research Paper Publication
International Conference Paper Publications
Ph.D Guidance
Patents

Sl no

Faculty Name

Patent No

Patent Details

1

Dr. Richard Pinto

Dr. DV Manjunatha

Dr. Praveen J

201941009746

Enhancement of direct Methanol fuel cell performance with nafion proton exchange membrane optimally exposed to ultraviolet rays.

2

Dr. Richard Pinto

Dr. DV Manjunatha

201841040380

Enhancement of Micro direct Methanol fuel cell performance using micro channels fabricated from 100 silicon wafer orientation and P(VDF-TrFE) coated nafion membrane as proton exchange membrane

3

Dr. Richard Pinto

201841030070

A process for fabrication of P(VDF-TrFE) Piezoelectric Beams and Cantilevers as Vibration Sensors and Energy Harvesters

4

Prof. Shankar B B

201841014694

 

An apparatus for reducing linear microstrip line bend loss using rectangular patch antenna

5

201841015587 A

Planar Inverted-F Antenna (PIFA) with improved Bandwidth and Impedance

6

201841021711

Multi Band Microstrip Patch Antenna

Sponsored Research
Funded Research

Sponsored Research Projects for Past Three Years

SI.No. Project Title

Funding

Agency

Amount

Principal

Investigator

Duration

Year of

sanction

1. Development of Prototype Chemicals Sensors for environmental/ Industrial/ Agricultural Applications KCTU Rs. 1 Crore Dr. Richard Pinto, Emeritus Professor, Dept. Of ECE 2 years 2018-2019

 

 Status- Applied for Funding

SI. No Funding Agency Amount applied for Faculty
1.

VGST-CISEE

Micro µ-DMFC performance enhancement with modification nafion membrane by coating irradiation techniques.

2974000/- Dr. D V Manjunatha
2. AICTE MODROBS for modernization of VLSI Lab 1975000/- Dr. D V Manjunatha

 

Paper Publication Details

Sl. No.

Assessment Year

Number of National/International Journals

Number of National/International Conferences

1

2018-19

27

3

2

2017-18

20

4

3

2016-17

8

2

4

2015-16

5

 -

Research Paper Publication

The details of the research publications by the faculty during the year 2018-2019, 2017-2018 and 2016-2017

Research Paper Publications: 2018-2019

Sl. No.

Year

Author

Research paper Title

Refereed

SCI Journal

1.

2019

Dr. D.V. Manjunatha

Enhancement of power output in passive micro direct methanol fuel cells with optimized methanol concentration and trapezoidal flow channels

Yes

Journal of Micromechanics and Micro engineering

2.

2019

A Progress Review on Performance Improvement of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Using Modified Nafion Membrane

Yes

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation

3.

2018

Dr. Praveen J

A standard-basis Based CDMA NOC Design

Yes

2321-2705, International Journal  of Research and Scientific Innovation

4.

2018

Design and implementation of enhanced LECTOR technique for low power consumption in CMOS VLSI circuit: A review

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

5.

2018

Dr. Dattathreya

High Speed CCSDS Image Compression / Decompression Technique in CUDA Environment: A Review

Yes

Vol. 3, Issue 1,

Journal of Research in Image and Signal Processing

6.

2019

Dr. Shankar BB

Review on overlapping acoustic event classification

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

7.

2019

A Survey on cardiac signal processing for cardiovascular diseases using ECG

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

8.

2018

Ensemble EMD based Time-Frequency Analysis of Continuous Adventitious Signal Processing

Yes

7 (4.10) (2018) 896-899

International Journal of Engineering & Technology

9.

2018

EMD based Hilbert energy spectrum analysis of     adventitious lung wave signals

Yes

7(1.5) (2018) 122-125, International Journal of Engineering & Technology

10.

2019

Mr. Sudhakara H M

Three in one smart agricultural device using arduino

Yes

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation  Engineering 

11.

2019

Mr. Parveez Shariff B G

Review on Detection of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

12.

2019

Mrs. Sahana K Adyanthaya

Review paper on Solar Panel in Periodic Flow Control

Yes

International Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences & Intendence

13.

2019

Mr. Santhosha S

Smart Medicine Reminder with Smart Watch Using Arduino Nano

Yes

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation

14.

2019

Review paper on estimation of durability of rice crops using sensors

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

15.

2019

Mrs. Vijetha T S

Development of Automatic Kannada Speech Recognition System

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

16.

2019

Mr. Yuvaraj T

Review Paper on Water Monitoring and Leakage Detection

Yes

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation

17.

2018

Mr. Mahendra H.N

A Survey on Security Issues in Cloud Computing

Yes

758-761, International Journal of Engineering & Technology

18.

2019

Mr. Aneesh Jain M V

Modelling of Notch Filter using Whispering Gallery
Mode Resonator

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

19.

2019

Review paper on analysis of antenna impedance and radiation pattern for a mono-conical antenna using MEMS

Yes

International Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences & Intendence

20.

2019

Whispering Gallery Mode Resonator at Terahertz Frequency domain: A Brief Review

Yes

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

21.

2019

Mrs. Kumari Shruthi

A Review: Ultrasonic Imaging Based Fetal Cardiac Chambers Segmentation

Yes

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation

22.

2019

Mr. Deepak Raj

Special Purpose Machine to Improve Eye-Hand Coordination for Special Children

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

23.

2019

Mr. Sushanth Anil Lobo

Health Monitoring and Tracking System for Soldiers Using Internet of Things (IOT)

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

24.

2019

Mr. Sachin K

Face Detection and Recognition for Smart
Attendance System using Raspberry Pi

Yes

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education 

25.

2019

Mrs. Tanya Mendez

Review Paper on Design and Implementation of

Kogge-Stone Adder Using Cadence Virtuoso

Yes

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science

26.

2019

PCM MUX Encoder for Telemetry System using VLSI

Yes

International Journal for Research Trends and Innovation

27.

2019

Mr. Prasanna Kumar B K

Review Paper on Agricultural Drought and crop failure data acquisition and transmission system based on IOT

Yes

International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology

Research Paper Publications: 2017-2018

Sl. No Year Author Research paper Title Refereed SCI Journal  
1. 2018

Dr. D V Manjunatha

 

Speed Control of Vehicle in Accident Zone

 

Yes

2319-8753,

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology

 

 
2. 2018 Review on Surface Acoustic Wave Sensor Yes 2278-2540, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science  
3. 2018

Dr. Praveen J

 

Bit Swapping Linear Feedback Shift Register for Low Power Dissipation Yes 2321-2705, International Journal of Research and Science Innovation  
4. 2017 BIST-Based Low Power Test Vector Generator and Minimizing Bulkiness of VLSI Architecture. Yes 1850078-1, Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers  
5. 2018 Dr.Dattatreya Estimation and Visualization of 2D Orbits of GPS Satellites using GPS Navigation Data File from Mangalore GNSS Receiver Yes 2456-3307, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology  
6. 2018 Error Detection in 2D Orbits of GPS Satellites using GPS Navigation Data File from GNSS Receiver Yes 2454-2237, International Journal of Research and Review  
7. 2018 Mr.Shankar B B Ensemble EMD based Time-Frequency Analysis of Continuous Adventitious Signal Processing Yes UKSUMMIT-4293, WSSET  
8. 2017 Adventitious Signal Identification and Estimation of Alveolar Exudates Yes 2455-7137, International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications  
9. 2018 Mrs. Jyothi Pramal Supermarket Self Checkout Based on LI-FI Yes 2278-2540, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science  
10. 2017 A VLC Enabled Indoor Navigation System for Visually Impaired People Yes 2278-2540, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science  
11. 2017 A Study on Visible Light Communication Yes 2455-8761, International Journal of Recent Engineering, Research & Development  
12. 2018 Mr. Yuvaraj T Review Paper on Interactive Image Segmentation Yes 2321-2705, International Journal of Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology  
13. 2018 Mr. Mahendra  H N Review on Various Multipliers Design in VLSI Yes 2321-9653, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
14. 2018 Mrs. Vijetha TS Performance Analysis of Different Modulation Schemes for Wireless Body Sensor Networks Yes ACSCT  
15. 2018 Mr. Aneesh Jain Acoustic Event Recognition for the Application of Surveillance Yes 2278-2540, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science  
16. 2017 Mr. Pradeep Kumar Design and Simulation of Branch Line Coupler Using MEMS COMSOL Multiphysics Yes 2321-2705, International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation  
 
17. 2018 IOT Based Water Utility Monitoring System Yes 2347-6060, International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer  
18. 2018 Mrs. Shreedevi S Design of Electric Sensor Using MEMS used for Purifying any Liquid Contents Yes 2394-7659, International Journal of Engineering, Researches and Management Studies  
19. 2018 Protecting System Design for Coal Miners Yes 2347-6060, International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer  
20. 2018 Mrs. Tanya Mendez Human Detection Using Quadcopter Yes 2347-6060, International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer  

Research Paper Publications: 2016-2017

Sl. No Year Author Research paper Title Refereed SCI Journal
1. 2016 Dr. DV Manjunatha FPGA Implementation of Sum of Absolute Difference For Video Applications Yes 1819-6608, ARPM Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
2. 2017

Dr. DV Manjunatha

Dr. Praveen J

Comparative Study on Capacitive Pressure Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring Applications Yes 2319-8753, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
3. 2017

Dr. Praveen J

Mr. Mahendra HN

Comparative Study on Capacitive Pressure Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring Applications Yes 2395-0056, International Journal of Engineering and Technology
4. 2016 Mr. Shankar BB Design and Implementation of ALU using FinFETs – A Review Yes 2321-2004, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering
5. 2016 Design and Implementation of ALU using FinFETs Yes 2321-2004, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering
6. 2017 Estimation of Ensembles in an Adventitious Wave by EMD and EEMD Techniques Yes 2278-067X¸ International Journal of Engineering Research and Development
7. 2017 Mrs. Jyothi Pramal Visible Light Communication Based Information Broadcasting System Yes ISBN 978-93-5265-723-0, Jnanasangama 2017
8. 2017 Mr. Mahendra HN Design of Multiplier Using Low Power High Speed Hybrid Full Adder Yes 2250-1371, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing

International Conference Paper Publications

Publications 2018-19

Publications 2018-19

Total Number of Student Publications:

22

Total Number of Faculty Publications:

27

 

Faculty

Student

International Journals

27

22

National Journals

00

00

International Conference

03

0

Sl.

No.

Title of the Paper

Name of the Journal

Year of Publication

Name of the student & Faculty authors

1.     

A Progress Review on Performance Improvement of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Using Modified Nafion Membrane

 

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSC), ISSN: 2321-2705, Vol-6, Issue-4

2019

Dr. D V Manjunatha

Ananya

Abhishek

Arpana

Challa Meghana

 

2.     

Enhancement of power output in passive micro direct methanol fuel cells with optimized methanol concentration and trapezoidal flow channels

Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering

2019

Dr. D V Manjunatha

 

3.     

Design and implementation of enhanced LECTOR technique for low power consumption in CMOS VLSI circuit: A review

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Vol-2, Issue-1

2019

Dr. Praveen J

Rashmi Rao

Rakshitha Rao

Shraddha

Rahul Itnal

 

4.     

A standard-basis Based CDMA NOC Design

International Journal  of Research and Scientific Innovation, ISSN: 2321-2705

2018

Dr. Praveen J

 

5.     

High Speed CCSDS Image Compression / Decompression Technique in CUDA Environment: A Review

Journal of Research in Image and Signal Processing, Volume-3, Issue-1

2018

Dr. Dattatreya

6.     

Review on overlapping acoustic event classification

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Vol-5, Issue-2

2019

Mr. Shankar B B

Chaithanya S P

Haripriya R

Preethika J

Likhitha P

7.     

A Survey on cardiac signal processing for cardiovascular diseases using ECG

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJAEIIE)

2019

Mr. Shankar B B

 

8.     

Ensemble EMD based Time-Frequency Analysis of Continuous Adventitious Signal Processing

International Journal of Engineering & Technology (IJET), ISSN: 896-899, 7 (4.10) (2018)

 

2018

Mr. Shankar B B

 

9.     

EMD based Hilbert energy spectrum analysis of     adventitious lung wave signals

International Journal of Engineering & Technology, (IJET) ISSN: 122-125, 7(1.5) (2018)

2018

Mr. Shankar B B

 

10.  

Three in one smart agricultural device using arduino

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation  Engineering (IJAREEIE), ISSN(Online):2278-8875, Vol-8, Issue-4

2019

Mr. Sudhakar

Varshitha P J

Sharanamma R

Vanashree

11.  

Review on Detection of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education(IJARIIE), ISSN:2395-4396, Volume-5, Issue-2

2019

Mr. Parveez Shariff

Maha Lakshmi

Akash Neelnayak

Namratha

Megha A Kadadavar

12.  

Review paper on Solar Panel in Periodic Flow Control

International Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences & Intendence (IJAESI)

2019

Mrs. Sahana K A

Manjula P

Harshitha M S

13.  

Smart Medicine Reminder with Smart Watch Using Arduino Nano

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI), ISSN: 2321-2705, Volume:6, Issue-4

2019

Mr. Santhosh S

Srilaxmi

Ranjitha

Shefali Shetty

Teena lobo

14.  

Review paper on estimation of durability of rice crops using sensors

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-2

2019

Mr. Santhosh S

Poonam M

Pooja M

Pavithra G K

15.  

Review on High Security Digital Data Steganography for Secret Communication

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-3

2019

Mrs. Vijetha T S

Akshata Shinde

Anjali H R

Deepika N Karanth

Gouthami K

16.  

Review Paper on Water Monitoring and Leakage Detection

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI), ISSN: 2321-2705, Volume:6, Issue-3

2019

Mr. Yuvaraj T

Nithin Krishna

Poojary Manish

Priya Suresh

Varsha

17.  

Review paper on analysis of antenna impedance and radiation pattern for a mono-conical antenna using MEMS

International Journal of Applied Engineering Sciences & Intendence, Volume:5, Issue-6

2019

Mr. Aneesh Jain

Sneha G N

Sumanth M S

Pradeep  Kumar

Pavan Kumar T J

18.  

Whispering Gallery Mode Resonator at Terahertz Frequency domain: A Brief Review

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE), ISSN(Online): 2278-8875, Volume:8, Issue-4

2019

Mr. Aneesh Jain

Sakkubhai

Sandhya

Pavan Rao

Bhagya B V

19.  

Modelling of Notch Filter using Whispering Gallery
Mode Resonator

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE)

2019

Mr. Aneesh Jain

 

20.  

A Review: Ultrasonic Imaging Based Fetal Cardiac Chambers Segmentation

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI), ISSN: 2321-2705, Volume:6, Issue-4

2019

Mrs. Shruthi Kumari

Rupesh N

Priyanka Bangari

Priyanka

Priyanka H G

 

21.  

Special Purpose Machine to Improve Eye-Hand Coordination for Special Children

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-3

2019

Mr. Deepak Raj

Joel Crasta B

Mayur Shikhare

Monisha P

Aishwarya Nagaraj

22.  

Health Monitoring and Tracking System for Soldiers Using Internet of Things (IOT)

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-3

2019

Mr. Sushanth Lobo

Bindu M D

Bindu P

Jeevitha K

Divyashree  A K

23.  

Face Detection and Recognition for Smart
Attendance System using Raspberry Pi

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-2

2019

Mr. Sachin K

Akshata Patil

Ashritha

Dheeraj shetty

Ganesh arasikere

24.  

Review Paper on Design and Implementation of Kogge-Stone Adder Using Cadence Virtuoso

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science (IJLTEMAS), ISSN: 2278-2540, Volume-8, Issue-6

2019

Mrs. Tanya Mendez

AlfiyaKouser

Harshitha D

Lakshmi Narsimha

Karotiya Rishabh

25.  

PCM MUX Encoder for Telemetry System using VLSI

International Journal for Research Trends and Innovation (IJRTI), ISSN: 2456-3315, Volume-4, Issue-6

2019

Mrs. Tanya Mendez

Navya R

Mohith S

Shilpa S

Mahima Shetty

26.  

Review Paper on Agricultural Drought and crop failure data acquisition and transmission system based on IOT

International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), ISSN: 2395-0072, Volume-6, Issue-5

2019

Mr. Prasanna Kumar

Pooja P

Vinay B

Veerendrakumar

Pooja P

27.  

Review Paper on Smart Dustbin: The Waste Segregation and Alert System

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-2

2019

Vinaya Nagesh Naik

Sushmitha S

Thritha A L

Rohan R

28.  

Review Paper on Touch Screen based Advanced Menu Display and food ordering system for restaurants

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-2

2019

AmitkumarKonnur

Anusha K

Dinesh Ambiga

Keerthan I k

29.  

Pixel based classification of multispectral remotely sensed Data using Decision Tree Classifier

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education (IJARIIE), ISSN: 2395-4396, Volume:5, Issue-2

2019

Shivaraj S

Yashwantha M

Prakash

Suresh Mallikarjun

30.  

A Survey on Security Issues in Cloud Computing

International Journal of Engineering & Technology (IJET), ISSN: 758-761

2018

Mr. Mahendra HN

           

 

International Conference Paper Publications: 2018-2019

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Faculty member

 

Title of Paper

 

Name of the Conference

 

Publication citation

ISSN, ISBN, Vol. No., Issue, pp

1.

Dr. Dattatreya

Estimation and Visualization of 3D Orbits of GPS Satellites using GPS Navigation Data File and SP3 Data File, 2018

4Th IEEE International Conference-iCATccT

978-1-5386-7706-3

2.

Compressive Sensing through Iterative Reweighted Optimization for Consumer

Electronics Applications

4Th IEEE International Conference- iCATccT

978-1-5386-7706-3

3.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging using Color Gamut Mapping

4Th IEEE International Conference- iCATccT

978-1-5386-7706-3

Publications 2017-18

Publications 2017-18

Total Number of Student Publications:

07

Total Number of Faculty Publications:

20

 

Faculty

Student

International Journals

20

07

National Journals

00

00

International Conference

04

0

Sl.

No.

Title of the Paper

Name of the Journal

Year of Publication

Name of the student & Faculty authors

1.     

Speed Control of Vehicle in Accident Zone

 

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2319-8753

 

2018

Dr. D V Manjunatha

A Shabaz Khan

Akash O

Chethan M N

Ch. Rakesh Singh

 

2.     

Review on Surface Acoustic Wave Sensor

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, ISSN: 2278-2540

2018

Dr. D V Manjunatha

 

3.     

FPGA Implementation of sum of absolute difference (SAD) for video applications

ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, ISSN: 1819-6608

2017

Dr. D V Manjunatha

 

4.     

A Review: Bit Swapping Linear Feedback Shift Register for Low Power Dissipation

International Journal of Research and Science Innovation, ISSN: 2321-2705

2018

Dr. Praveen J

5.     

BIST-Based Low Power Test Vector Generator and Minimizing Bulkiness of VLSI Architecture.

Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers, ISSN: 1850078-1

2017

Dr. Praveen J

6.     

Estimation and Visualization of 2D Orbits of GPS Satellites using GPS Navigation Data File from Mangalore GNSS Receiver

International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, ISSN: 2456-3307

2018

Dr.Dattatreya

AnushreeShettigar

Apoorva.D

Ashok Singh Raj Purohit

Harshith Somanna Pb

 

7.     

Error Detection in 2D Orbits of GPS Satellites using GPS Navigation Data File from GNSS Receiver

International Journal of Research and Review, ISSN: 2454-2237

2018

Dr.Dattatreya

 

8.     

Ensemble EMD based Time-Frequency Analysis of Continuous Adventitious Signal Processing

UKSUMMIT-4293, WSSET

2018

Mr. Shankar BB

9.     

Supermarket Self Checkout Based on LI-FI

 

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, ISSN: 2278-2540

2018

Mrs. Jyothi Pramal

Nagesha  Gowda

Pooja D Patkar

Ranjan

Rashmitha K

 

10.  

A VLC Enabled Indoor Navigation System for Visually Impaired People

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, ISSN: 2278-2540

2017

Mrs. Jyothi Pramal

11.  

A Study on Visible Light Communication

International Journal of Recent Engineering, Research & Development, ISSN: 2455-8761

2017

Mrs. Jyothi Pramal

12.  

Review Paper on Interactive Image Segmentation

International Journal of Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-2705

2018

Mr. Yuvaraj T

13.  

Review on Various Multipliers Design in VLSI

International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, ISSN: 2321-9653

2018

Mr. Mahendra  H N

14.  

Performance Analysis of Different Modulation Schemes for Wireless Body Sensor Networks

ACSCT

2018

Mrs. Vijetha T S

15.  

Acoustic Event Recognition for the Application of Surveillance

International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, ISSN: 2278-2540

2018

Mr. Aneesh Jain

Soujanya H N

Supriya A.M

Vandana Shree J S

Manjunath B A

16.  

IOT Based Water Utility Monitoring System

International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer, ISSN: 2347-6060

2018

Mr. Pradeep Kumar

Manish Kumar

Nagaraj D

Ashmitha Soniya D’souza

17.  

Design and Simulation of Branch Line Coupler Using MEMS COMSOL Multiphysics

International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation, ISSN: 2321-2705

2017

Mr. Pradeep Kumar

 

18.  

Protecting System Design for Coal Miners

International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer, ISSN: 2347-6060

2018

Mrs. Shreedevi S

Sagar Y

Girish V

Mallikajigouda P

Prashanta P

19.  

Design of Electric Sensor Using MEMS used for Purifying any Liquid Contents

International Journal of Engineering, Researches and Management Studies, ISSN: 2394-7659

2018

Mrs. Shreedevi S

20.  

Human Detection Using Quadcopter

International Journal of Innovative Research Explorer, ISSN: 2347-6060

2018

Mrs. Tanya Mendez

Sachin K V

Sevanthika H V

Sheethal M Nayak

Subramani

           

 

International Conference Paper Publications: 2017-2018

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Faculty member

 

Title of Paper

 

Name of the Conference

Publication citation

ISSN, ISBN, Vol. No., Issue, pp

1.

Dr. Dattatreya

Rinex Analysis Method for the Detection of Multipath Error at AIET using Matlab Software

International Conference on Innovative Technologies in Computer Science and Engineering

2394-3386

2.

Mr. Shankar B B

Ensemble EMD based Time Frequency Analysis of Continuous Adventitious Signal Processing

World Summit on Advances of Science and Engineering Technology, Cambridge

46-WT18

3.

Mr. Santhosh S

Feeder Weeder For Autonomous Farming

IEEE Conference on  Recent Trends in Electronics, Information & Communication Technology -2018

978-1-5386-2440-1

4.

Mr. Aneesh Jain MV

Acoustic Event Recognition for the Application of Surveillance

International Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering, Science & Management -2018

 

Publications 2016-17

Publications 2016-17

Total Number of Student Publications:

0

Total Number of Faculty Publications:

8

 

Faculty

Student

International Journals

8

0

National Journals

0

00

International Conference

02

00

Sl.

No.

Title of the Paper

Name of the Journal/Book chapter

Year of Publication

Name of the student & Faculty authors

1.     

Comparative Study on Capacitive Pressure Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring Applications

2319-8753, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology

2017

Dr. D V Manjunatha

Dr. Praveen J

2.     

Comparative Study on Capacitive Pressure Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring Applications

2395-0056, International Journal of Engineering and Technology

2017

Dr. Praveen J

Mr. Mahendra H N

3.     

Design and Implementation of ALU using FinFETs – A Review

2321-2004, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering

2016

Mr. Shankar B B

4.     

Design and Implementation of ALU using FinFETs

2321-2004, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering

2016

Mr. Shankar B B

5.     

Estimation of Ensembles in an Adventitious Wave by EMD and EEMD Techniques

2278-067X¸ International Journal of Engineering Research and Development

2017

Mr. Shankar B B

6.     

Adventitious Signal Identification and Estimation of Alveolar Exudates

2455-7137, International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications

2017

Mr. Shankar B B

7.     

Visible Light Communication Based Information Broadcasting System

ISBN 978-93-5265-723-0, Jnanasangama 2017

2017

Mrs. Jyothi Pramal

8.     

Design of Multiplier Using Low Power High Speed Hybrid Full Adder

2250-1371, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing

2017

Mr. Mahendra H N

           

 

International Conference Paper Publications: 2016-2017

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Faculty member

 

Title of Paper

 

Name of the Conference

 

Publication citation

ISSN, ISBN, Vol. No., Issue, pp

1.

Dr. D.V Manjunatha

Designing and Simulation of MEMS based Coaxial Cable for Different Impedances

International Conference on Applied Science Engineering and Technology -17

 

2.

Mr. Shankar BB

Estimation of Exudates in an alveoli generating abnormal lung sounds

IEEE International Advance Computing Conference 2017

797663-77

Ph.D Guidance
  • D. guided /Ph.D. awarded during the assessment period while working in the institute
Ph. D Guidance: 2018-2019
Sl. No. Name of the Guide No. of Students Guiding No. of Students Awarded University
1. Dr. D.V Manjunatha 3 NA VTU
2. Dr. Dattatreya 4 NA VTU
3. Dr. Praveen J 1 NA VTU

 

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2018 -2019
Sl.No Name of the Student College Names of the Student Date of Registration of Ph.D Guide Topic of research Email ID & Phone No.
1.

Mr. Arjun Rao

 

AIET, Mijar

21-04-2018

 

Dr. D.V Manjunatha Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Micro Direct Methanol Fuel Cells

Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

2. Ajay Prinston Pinto AIET, Mijar 05-07-2018 Dr. Dattatreya Prediction of Epilepsy by the Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence using GPU

EmailID:

ajaypinto2@gmail.com

Phone:9449725987

3. Aneesh Jain AIET, Mijar 05-07-2018 Dr. Dattatreya Design, Fabrication, Characterization and Development of Whispering Gallery Mode Resonator

EmailID:

aneeshjain19@gmail.com

Phone:9880638139

4. Sachin K AIET, Mijar 05-07-2018 Dr. Dattatreya Novel Method for Data Security, Privacy and Authentication for IOT based systems

EmailID:

sachinec.aiet@gmail.com

Phone:9611293033

 

5. Niju Rajan AIET, Mijar Pending Dr. Praveen J Design, Simulation and Development of Peizoelectric Low Frequency Vibration Sensors

Email ID: praveenj_vishruth@yahoo.in

Phone: 8884767555

 

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2017 -2018
Sl.No Name of the Student College Names of the Student Date of Registration  of Ph.D Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1.

Mr. Sushanth Anil Lobo

 

AIET

29-052017

 

Dr. DV Manjunatha MEMS Pressure Sensors

Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

2. Mr. Prashanth N VTU-RRC, Belagavi 29-05-2017 Dr. Dattatreya Enhanced Image Reconstruction Algorithm Using Genetic Algorithm and Performance Evaluation in Compressed Sensing

EmailID:

dattugujjar1972@gmail.com

Phone:9481582906

 

Details of Candidates Registered Under VTU Research Center: 2016 -2017
Sl.No Name of the Student College Name of the Student Date of Registration of Ph.D Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Veerbhadra Swamy K.M Govt. Engineering College, Ramnagar 27-01-2016 Dr. DV Manjunatha Implementation of Background Subtraction Algorithm for Detection of Colour Image

Email ID: aietecee08@gmail.com

Phone: 9945349896

 

  • Faculty members registered for Ph.D in Other Research Centre/Universities if any

 

Table 5.20:  Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers: 2016 -2017
Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Mahendra H.N 09.02.2917 VTU Dr. Mallikarjunaswamy S Design of Low Power high speed multiplier using hybrid full adder and gated clock ring counter

Email ID: mahendrahn2007@gmail.com

Phone:

9740129884

 

Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers: 2015 -2016
Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Parveez Shariff 18.12.2015 VTU Dr. Roshan Joy Martis Computer Aided Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Using ECG

Email ID: parveez1shariff@gmail.com

Phone:

7829200515

2. Jyothi Pramal 11.07.2016 VIT, Vellore Dr. P Ponnambalam

Power Electronics – VLC Enabled LED Driver Circuit

 

Email ID: mjsuvarna@gmail.com

Phone:

9880910737

 

Details of Candidates Registered Under Research in other Research Centers: 2014 -2015
Sl.No Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University Guide Topic of Research Email ID & Phone No.
1. Shankar BB 14.02.2014 Jain University Dr. D Jayadeppa Biomedical Signal Processing

Email ID: shankarbb@aiet.org.in

Phone:

9916241310

ToppersParticipation in inter-institute events by students
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2018-19

Participation in Inter-Institute Events in State Level by Students-2018-19

YEAR 2018-19

STATE LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Anushree

Harshith S

Ashok singh

Apoorva D

BIET, Davanagere

KSCST- Student Project programme

10th and 11th August 2018

Selected for Seminar and Exhibition of the project

 

Participation in Inter-Institute Events in National Level by Students-2018-19

YEAR 2018-19

NATIONAL LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Bhuvanesh,

Rahul Jattanavar,

Ramnath,

Ashish Shanbhag

 

NRSC, Hyderabad

Paper presentation in NRSC Outreach Day

29th March 2019

 

Participated

2

Patel Davis

Chesmi B R

Karthik J

Anju Thomas

 

 

IIT, Bombay

Prepared a Home coming robot””and Participated in Eyantra robotic (EYRC-2017) competition

August 2018 to April 2019

 

Completed

3

Ms. Sangeetha S V

Mr. Sangamesh

Mr. Samarth Jain

Ms. Shilpa N         

 

 

IIT, Bombay

Prepared a “Nutty Squirrel robot” and Participated in Eyantra robotic (EYRC-2017) competition

August 2018 to April 2019

 

Participated

4

Charan Raj S

A Shreya

Harshitha N P

Devika H S

Texas Instruments ,IIM Banglore

Indian Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018

August 25, 2018

Participated and Qualified

5

Mayur Shikre Ramanath,

Rahul Itnal

Vasanth Kumar M

Texas Instruments ,IIM Banglore

Indian Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018

August 25, 2018

Participated and Qualified

2017-18

Participation in Inter-Institute Events in State Level by Students-2017-18

YEAR 2017-18

STATE LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Shwetha T M

SIT, Tumkur

Presented a paper at TECHNISUM-2018 , National level student technical symposium

3rd march 2018

First prize

2

Shwetha H

SIT, Tumkur

Presented a paper at TECHNISUM-2018 , National level student technical symposium

3rd march 2018

First prize

3

Sneha G N

SIT, Tumkur

Presented a paper at TECHNISUM-2018 , National level student technical symposium

3rd march 2018

Second prize

4

Renuka

SIT, Tumkur

Presented a paper at TECHNISUM-2018 , National level student technical symposium

3rd march 2018

Participated

5

Gauthami

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

First prize

6

Sneha G N

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Third prize

7

Supriya A M

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

8

Vandanashree J S

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

9

Pranav Prakash Latti

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

10.

Sheetal Nayak

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

11.

Anjali H R

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

12.

Sevantika H P

Jain Institute of Technology, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23rd , 24th  Feb 2018

Participated

13.

Sneha G N

A J Institute of engineering and Technology,

Presented a paper at AJIET AAKAR-2K18,State level Techno cultural fest,

12th & 13th  February 2018

Second prize

14

Shwetha T M

A J Institute of engineering and Technology,

Presented a paper at AJIET AAKAR-2K18,State level Techno cultural fest,

12th  & 13th  February 2018

Participated

15

Roopa

A J Institute of engineering and Technology,

Presented a paper at AJIET AAKAR-2K18,State level Techno cultural fest,

12th  & 13th  February 2018

Participated

16

Bindu P

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

17

Akshata Sinde

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

18

Chaitanya S P

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

19

Likitha P

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

20

Viveka

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

21

Jeevitha K

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

22

Sharanamma

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

23

Raziya Banu

RIT, Bangalore

Technical Quiz  conducted during 2 day symposium on Women in Engg.

8th & 9th  March

2018

Participated

24

Varshitha P J

Sneha G N

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21nd , 22nd  Feb 2018

First

25

Chaithanya  S P Haripriya R

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21nd , 22nd  Feb 2018

Second

26

Prashant Kumar

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21nd , 22nd  Feb 2018

Participated

27

Sujay L

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21nd , 22nd  Feb 2018

Participated

28

Vandanshree

 

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

29

Shradha

 

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

30

Haripriya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

31

Shruthi

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

32

Chaithanya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

33

Supriya A M

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

34

Pranav

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

35

Prashanth

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

36

Challa Meghana

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

37

Ananya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

38

Sangeeta S V

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

39

Shilpa N

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

40

Yogyashree

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

41

Yogyashree

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

42

Sangeetha S V

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

43

Shilpa N

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22nd , 23rd  Feb 2018

Participated

44

Likitha

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16th , 17th  March 2018

Participated

45

Challa Meghana

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16th , 17th  March

Participated

46

Arpana

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16th , 17th  March

Participated

47

Charan Raj S

IJRSI journal

Automated robot to find lives in debris using rockerbogie suspension

 

April 2018

 

Published a paper

 

 Participation in Inter-Institute Events in National Level by Students-2017-18

YEAR 2017-18

NATIONAL LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Deepika,

Chethak,

Rohan,

Arunkumar

IIT, Bombay

Participated in Eyantra robotic (EYRC-2017) competition

22nd  and 23rd  March 2018

Second prize among 508 colleges across the country

2

Gouthami K

Placement –HEAT

Talentbattle.in

An online national level Mock Placement Contest

18th March 2018

Secured 24th place in All India Rank

3

Ananya M

NPTEL Online Certification

Introduction to Internet of Things

January  –April 2018

Successfully completed the course

4

Aishwarya Mangarshi

NPTEL Online Certification

Technical English for Engineers

August-September 2018

Successfully completed the course

 

Participation in Inter-Institute Events in International Level by Students-2017-18

YEAR 2017-18

INTERNATIONAL LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Anushree Shettigar

Kumamoto University, Japan

Japan Asia youth exchange program

January 28th  to February 4th  2018

Participated

2016-17

Participation in Inter-Institute Events in State Level by Students-2016-17

YEAR 2016-17

STATE LEVEL

Sl. No

Student Name

Place

Event

Date

Remarks

1

Ranjith S

Indian science and engineering fair

Presented the project

May 20th and May21st  2017

Won silver medal

2

Ullas U

Indian science and engineering fair

Presented the project

May 20th and May21st  2017

Won silver medal

3

Ullas U

Vignesh

Vishnu T V

Vishwas V

KSCST, NMAMIT Nitte

Student Project Program “Brain Controlled Wheel Chair”

11th, 12th August 2017

Project was selected for Seminar and Exhibition

4

Ranjith S

Bahubali college of engineering, Shravanabelagola

Paper presentation, FIESTA 2017

18th April 2017

Won first prize

5

Anushree,

Harshith S

Ashok singh

KAUSHALA 2017, Skill Development Systems For Workforce, Engineers And Managers

Designing skill module for engineers

21st and 22nd April 2017

First prize

6

Anil kumar, Shiddalingesh Koppal, Vinutha, Shruthi

IJESC journal

Published a paper “Design of a Multiplier using low power high speed hybrid full adder”

May 2017

Published a paper

7

Ranjith S

Malnad College of Enginnering

National Level Paper presentation in ENIGMA 2017

2 April 2017

Participated

8

Ullas U

Sridevi Institute of Technology, Manglore

Beta- MATLAB Programming , SAMBHRAM 16

23 & 24 Feb, 2016

Won 2nd  Prize

9

Ullas U

Sridevi Institute of Technology, Manglore

Robo Wars

22 & 23 Feb, 2017

Participated

10

Ullas U

Vignesh

Vishnu T V

Vishwas V

KSCST

Project proposal entitled “Brain Controlled Wheel Chair”

27 March 2017

Sanctioned  Fund for the project

11

Praveen kumar C

KSCST

Project proposal entitled ”Li-Fi Based Indoor Navigation System for physically impaired people”

27 March 2017

Sanctioned  Fund for the project

2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2018-19

1. All India Radio

Date:11.10.2018

3RD year students of ECE visited to All India Radio, Bangalore. Students learnt about Industrial organization, Antennas, Transmitter Complex Specifications.

2. CENSE LAB IISC

Date:11.10.2018

3RD year students of ECE visited IISC , Centre for Nano Science. Students learnt about Nano fabrication facility and MEMS Characterizations.

3. Bharath Electronics Limited (BEL)

Date:12.10.2018

3RD year students of ECE visited BEL Bangalore. Students learnt about PCB Development and Assembly, They also learnt about Radar Systems.

4. MCF Hassan

Date:28.10.2018

2nd year Students of ECE Visited MCF Hassan. Studied how MCF Monitors and controls all the Geostationary / Geosynchronous satellites of ISRO, namely, INSAT, GSAT, Kalpana and IRNSS series of satellites.

2017-18

1. Bharath Electronics Limited (BEL)

Date:17.10.2017

3RD year students of ECE visited BEL Bangalore. Students learnt about PCB Development and Assembly, They also learnt about Radar Systems.

2. Central Power Research Institute (CPRI)

Date:16.10.2017

3RD year students of ECE visited CPRI, Bangalore. Students visited Testing and Certification centre for Power Equipment. They learnt about Impulse Generator testing.

3. CENSE LAB IISC

Date:17.10.2017

3RD year students of ECE visited IISC , Centre for Nano Science. Students learnt about

nano fabrication facility and MEMS Characterizations.

2016-17

1. NMIT (Nano Materials And MEMS lab)

Date:26/09/16

3RD year students of ECE visited NMIT,Students learnt about thin Film Deposition using sputtering unit. This visit gave them an insight into Nano materials.

2. CENSE LAB IISC

Date:26/09/16

3RD year students of ECE visited IISC , Centre for Nano Science. Students learnt about nano fabrication facility and MEMS Characterizations.

3. All India Radio

Date:27/09/16

3RD year students of ECE visited to All India Radio, Bangalore. Students learnt about Industrial organization, Antennas, Transmitter Complex Specifications.

2015-16

1. Vaarahi

Date:13th April 2016

The industrial visit to Vaarahi Power Project (KPTL) was organized on 13/04/16. Students were accompanied by 4 faculties who guided throughout the journey. The KPTL Varaahi project was visual treat to all our students, they had witnessed heavy machinery placed within the core of the mountain. The working of all the machinery was controlled using semi-automated software developed by oracle. KPTL guides showed the working of the machineries and the amount of electricity produced during its working period.

2. LARSEN & TOUBRO

 Date:18th April 2016

The students of 6thsem ECE had been to an Industrial visit to Mysore on 18th of April, 2016. The total strength was 82 from both A & B sections. Students were accompanied by 4 faculties who guided throughout the journey. The visit was scheduled on 18 April, 2016.The first industry visited was LARSEN & TOUBRO at 9am, which manufactures one and three phase home and industrial electric meters. The later visited company was ACE Components Ltd., which manufactures the resistors.

3. ACE Components

Date:18th April 2016

Ace components was established in1983 with a full time production of carbon and metal film resistors.

Here the manager showed the demo of resistor manufacturing. He also briefed about the raw materials used for manufacturing resistors which mainly included ‘Ceramic’. The students were then let to see the procedure involved in colour coding of resistors.

4. ABB India Pvt. Ltd, Peenya Industrial Area, Bangalore

Date:19/10/2015

ABB is one of the giant electrical manufacturing companies in the world. This company produces various types of electrical and electronic machines. Students visited Relay section, Capacitor section and Electrical Drives section. They explained and gave demonstration about their technology bit by bit.

Faculty
Student
Faculty

FDP on Introduction to Robotics

The two day Faculty Development Program on “Introduction to Robotics” organized by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in association with Eyantra Robotics Lab, IIT Bombay commenced on June 11th, 2019 in the Internet Lab, AIET at 9:30 a.m. The workshop was conducted by e-Yantra project team, IIT Bombay comprising of Ms. Rutuja and Mr. Prasad. e-Yantra project from IITB is sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), under the National Mission for Education through ICT (NMEICT) to provide hands-on learning-infrastructure to engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors. The project supports various Engineering colleges to setup Robotics lab in their colleges.

Following the inauguration, the FDP proceeded to hands on training session. This session was conducted by Ms. Rutuja and Mr. Prasad, Project Technical Assistants, e-Yanta, IIT Bombay. Teams of participants from each institute were provided a robotic kit, Firebird V, and accessories, for hands on.


The training covered introduction to the Firebird V robot, introduction to AVR microcontroller and programming environment, simple motion control using I/O ports, robot velocity control using pulse width modulation, sensor interfacing, interrupt programming, closed loop position control of robot using position encoders. At the end of the hands on, participants had completed the projects on zig-zag line following robot, obstacles avoiding navigation etc.

 

The FDP concluded with the valedictory function which was presided by Sri. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, Alva’s Education Foundation on the 12th of June, 2019.

Faculty Develop Program On Applications of Python programming in Data analytics – Research Perspective

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized Five days “Faculty Develop Program on Applications of Python programming in Data analytics – Research Perspective ” from 22nd January 2019 to 26th January 2019 from an faculty Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha Dept of CSE AIET, Moodbidri.

The course carried for 5 days which included Basic programming constructs in Python– Exercises, Advanced programming constructs in Python- Exercises, Why learn Python for data analysis? and implementations of its data structures in Data Analytics -Research perspective, Exploratory analysis in Python using Pandas-Exercises, Data Munging and manipulation using Pandas-Exercises, Development of a predictive Model for a Case Study using Python Libraries such as Numpy, SciPy, Matplotlib, Pandas, SkLearn, Most of the program was a handson session and faculty were given with different Exercises to write some code for desired output on Python Anaconda platform.

FDP on Field Theory

An in-house Faculty Development Program on Field Theory was conducted by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering on the 28th and 29th of July 2017. The FDP commenced at 9:30 a.m. on the 28th of July. The sessions were given by Prof. Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE, SEA College of Engineering and Technology, Bangalore. Around 15 faculties from the Dept. of ECE, AIET attended the FDP. Prof. Pradeep Kumar has taken Field Theory subject for more than 40 times and his knowledge in the area of Field Theory is immense. He started the FDP with a few basic concepts of Field Theory, which was explained in a detailed and simplified way. Later he explained and derived derivations on Coulombs Law, Electric Field Intensity and Flux Density. A few problems based on the above concepts were also discussed and solved. The session on Day 1 concluded with Electric Flux Density.

Day 2 of the FDP started with Gauss’ Law. Later topics based on Divergence, Maxwell’s First equation, Vector operator and Divergence theorem were explained and related derivations were discussed. A few problems based on the above topics were also solved.

Prof. Pradeep suggested effective methods of teaching Field Theory to the students. He stated that the teacher should be thorough with the concepts and should be well prepared, only then will the teacher be able to deliver efficiently and effectively. He also focused on giving assignments and making the students write and learn the formulas and derivations in order to remember it.

3 days national level workshop on “LaTeX and research methodologies” in association with ISTE organized by the Dept. of ECE, AIET held from 23rd to 25th Jan 2018

The 3 day national level workshop witnessed participants from various institutions along with the faculties of AIET, who are pursuing their research and who are willing to pursue research.

The inauguration ceremony held on 23rd jan 2018 was graced by the presence of Dr.Srinivas Pai, The session followed by motivational talk by Dr.Srinivas Pai, the chief guest and the resource person for day 1.


The key note address was delivered by Dr.Srinivas Pai. He highlighted the prominence of Research, the objectives and principles, motives and the characteristics of scientific research. The session continued with an overview to, Identification of research topic and problems, literature survey, data analysis.


The second session by Dr.Pai started with an overview of writing good research proposal for receiving grants and also provided information on funding agencies.


The next session was on research paper writing and publishing where Dr. Pai discussed about scientific communication, good manuscript for an international journal and the key charcteristics of writing a paper and paper organization. Plagiarism, Journal Impact factor and the submission process and also delivered a brief introduction to Thesis writing.


Day 2 was a hands on session on LaTeX for documentation. Dr.Ramesh Kini, Professor, NITK, Surathkal was the resource person. Prof. Shankar B B introduced Dr.Ramesh Kini. The session started with introduction of latex, document creation using KIle software. He highlighted the usage of library function, style files, frames, tables, images, figures, mathematical equations, matrix. Dr.KIni also briefed about preparation of presentation slides using LaTeX and provided information on Xfig and Xcircuit softwares.


The resource person for day 3 was Dr.Shashidhar Koolgudi, was introduced by Prof.pradeep Kumar and was welcomed by Dr.D V MAnjunatha, HOD, dept of ECE.


Dr.Koolgudi gave a detailed explanation on statistical inference. He topics highlighted are mena, Mode, mode, variance. Standard deviation, ANOVA., correlation analysis, regression analysis, normalization and vector quantization.


The workshop concluded on a good note on identifying research interests, believing what we can do, envision createness, planning and scheduling to achieve research milestone

FDP on “embedded controller programming with hands on using Arm Cortex M3”

The 4 day faculty development program is organized by the Dept of Electronics and Communication, AIET from Jan16-Jan19 2017. The participants of the event were faculties and research scholars from various institutions in and around this region along with the faculties from the department of ECE of AIET.


The inauguration ceremony was graced by the presence of Mrs. Kavitha Ram, Senior Manager, Dell technologies, Mrs Geeta S Nazre, Technical Manager,ESA Bangalore, Mr. Shriram, Sr. Sales Executive, ESA Bengaluru, Dr. DV Manjunatha, Hod Dept of ECE, Dr. Praveen J, Dean Academics, AIET and Dr. Dattathreya, Dean Planning.

The keynote speech was delivered by the chief guest Mrs. Kavitha Ram, Senior Manager, Dell Technologies, who emphasized on the developments in the area of embedded system.

Mrs. Geeta S Nazre took over the session later.

The afternoon session was a detailed session on the Micro-architecture of Cortex M3 & M4, were the pipelining feature used in this technology was explained.

The second day of the FDP was continued by the theory sessions on the topics memory management, exception handling, Exception overview, memory model by Mrs. Geeta S Nazre.

The third day of the FDP started by introduction of KIT LPC1768. Every pair of participants was given this kit along with the VTU lab program interfacing kit.

At the end of the day, we were able to complete 5 major programs that included LCD Interfacing, UART, LED blinking, Buzzer, Relays.

Student

Technical Aspects in Electronics and Communication Engineering

SDP on “Technical Aspects in Electronics and Communication Engineering” was organized by Mrs.Vijetha T S, Assistance Professor, Department of ECE AIET, about the introduction to electronics labs and fundamental aspects of electronics and communication. SDP was conducted from 31st July 2018 to 4th August 2018 and around 96 students from 3rd semester ECE Dept attended the SDP.

Machine Learning with Hands-on session

The department organized three days workshop cum certification course on “Machine Learning with Hands-on session” from 10th September 2018 to 12th September 2018 which was delivered by Dr.Thyagraju G.S.
In three days session, he spoke about Machine learning concepts and explained how it is a core sub-area of artificial intelligence; it enables computers to get into a mode of self-learning without being explicitly programmed. So, put simply, the iterative aspect of machine learning is the ability to adapt to new data independently. Machine Learning is a branch in computer science that studies the design of algorithms that can learn.

This workshop covered the basic algorithm with hands-on sessions that help students to build and apply prediction functions with an emphasis on practical applications, basics and the fundamental concepts of Machine Learning such as:

  • Understand components of a machine learning algorithm.
  • Apply machine learning tools to build and evaluate predictors.
  • How machine learning uses computer algorithms to search for patterns in data.
  • How to use data patterns to make decisions and predictions with real-world examples.
  • How to prepare data, deal with missing data and create custom data analysis.
  • Basic and frequently used algorithmic solutions for different industries techniques including sorting, searching, greedy algorithms and dynamic programming

Student Develop Program on Python programming

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized three days “Student Develop Program on Python programming ” for III A semester Electronics and communication Engineering students from 24th October 2018 to 26th October 2018 from an faculty Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha Dept of CSE AIET, Moodbidri.


The course carried for 3 days which included Data types, Keywords variables,Operators, Control Statements,Loops, Arry handling, String handling, Pointers, Structures and Unions, File handling, Dynamic Memory Allocation and Recent year question of TCS code vita test questions. Most of the certification program was a handson session and students were given with different task to write some code for desired output on open CV platform. Also many placement related C, C++ questions were solved during thes session.

2 Day Workshop on Realisation of Nano-Satellite by an Academic Institution

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mijar hosted a two-day’ workshop on “Realisation of Nano-Satellite by an Academic Institution” in association with Planet Aerospace, Bangalore on 13 and 14 October 2017.
Sri. R.K Rajangam President, Planet Aerospace, Bangalore inaugurated the two days workshop. At inauguration address Sri. R.K Rajangam stressed on the need to bring fruits of science and technology to the rural masses, also he said, “Alva’s Education Foundation (AEF) is offering an excellent learning opportunity for students by offering conducive environment.

DAY-1

Technical Session -1
Introduction to Nano-satellites – R.K Rajangam, president Planet Aero Space


Technical Session -2
Payload options for Nano-sat – M Venkata Rao, Director, Academic Interface Planet Aero Space


Technical Session -3
Spacecraft Mechanical Systems For Microsats and Nanosatellites – CA Prabhakar, Rtd ISRO and member Planet Aerospace.


Technical Session – 4
Power system – Ranganath Ekkundi, Rtd ISRO, Dy. Director, Power & Communications Area.


Technical Session – 5
Attitude Determination & control system – P Natarajan Ex Group director, ISAC, ISRO and member Planet Aero space, Bangalore.

DAY – 2

Technical Session – 1
Assembly, Integration & Testing
Mr. Thyagaraj presented technical talk on Assembly, Integration & Testing of Nano- Satellite design in which he defined the term “NANO SATELLITE” or “NANO SAT”, applied to an artificial spacecraft with a wet mass between 01 to 10 kgs and different types of Spacecraft with mass.


Technical Session – 2
Quality Assurance for Nano- Sat
Mr. HR Nagendra presented talk on Making of Satellite considerations for quality & reliability, he also mentioning about the Space Demands and where Major Disciplines to focus on Design Assurance -Parts, Materials and Process Control, Test and Evaluation, Software Assurance, Non-conformance Management, Quantification and Assessment and Configuration Control.


Technical Session – 3
Design Of Satellite Control Earth Station For Nano Satellites
G. R Hathwar discussed in detail about How Satellite Control Earth Station(SECS) are designed and what are the parameters that influence the design. He defining that Satellite control earth station is a vital link between mission control and satellite in orbit. It is meant to provide two way communication with satellite and mission control.


Technical Session – 4
PROJECT MANAGEMENT – A SATELLITE MISSION
M. V. Kannan was mentioning that “Project” is an Unique, well defined effort to accomplish a specified task with certain specified result at a particular point of time.
Characteristics of a Project, Project Management and Projects Triple Constraints like Cost, Time and Scope/quality of the projects are discussed. He also mentioned the percentage of completion of the Concept & Design, Fabrication & Testing, Assembly & Testing, Pre & Post Launch and time duration of Planning, Execution and Completion are discussed. Sri. M. V. Kannan was honored by prof. Santhsoh and Prof.Sachin.

SDP on Technical Aspects in Electronics & Communication Engineering

SDP on “Technical Aspects in Electronics and Communication Engineering” was organized by Mrs.Vijetha T S, Assistance Professor, department of ECE AIET, about introduction to electronics labs and fundamental aspects of electronics and communication. SDP was conducted from 31st July 2018 to 4th August 2018 and around 96 students from 3rd semester ECE Dept attended the SDP.


Day 1 of the SDP was conducted by Mr.Pradeep Kumar and Mr. Sudhakar H M, Assistance Professors department of ECE AIET. They started with introducing the components of analog and digital labs which was explained in a detailed and simplified way. The session on day 1 concluded with some of the hands on experiments.


Day 2 & 3 of the SDP was conducted by Prof. Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE, SEA College of engineering and technology, Bangalore. He started with few basic concepts of communication system and types of signals. A few laws and problems based on the electromagnetic theory were discussed. The session on day 3 was concluded with application of communication systems.


Day 4 & 5 of the SDP was conducted by Prof. T G Manjunatha HOD, Dept. of. EEE, Sai Vidhya Institute of Technology, Bangalore. He started with few basic concepts of electronics circuit analysis. A few laws and problems based on the network theory were discussed. The session was concluded with application of network theory.

The SDP was concluded at 5PM on the 4th of September. HOD of ECE department Dr. D.V Manjunatha presented a memento to resource person as a token of appreciation. HOD also thanked resource persons for taking time off their busy schedule to conduct the SDP.

Telecom technology Awareness camp

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized a BSNL training for 7 days, conducted by V.G Nayak, Senior Telecom Engineer at TELECOM House at Pandeshwar, Mangalore from 16/08/2016 to 22/08/2016.

  1. Training on Comsol tool
  2. Training on Cadence tool
  3. Review papers
  4. Mini Projects
2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2019-20

Orientation

The pre-placement training for the final year students commenced on July 10th, 2019. The training started with an orientation session by Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD, department of ECE. During the session, HOD gave an overview of the overall boot camp. HOD also addressed the students regarding the latest industry trends and informed the students to attend all the sessions regularly.

Fig. 1. Orientation about boot camp by Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD, Dept. of ECE

 

Later Mrs. Tanya Mendez, Placement Lead, Department of ECE addressed the students regarding the importance and significance of the pre-placement training. She also briefed the students regarding the upcoming TCS National Qualifier Test and informed the students the different areas they should focus on, in order to clear the test. She also discussed about the different companies which would be visiting the campus in the upcoming semester.

Java Training by Q-Spiders

The first technical session was on Java Training by Q-Spiders which started July 11th, 2019. Java is currently more popular than several other programming languages in today’s world. Understanding its importance, a training program on Java was conducted for the final year students of Electronics and Communication from 11th July to 17th July 2019 by Q-Spiders Campus Connect, Bangalore. This included both theory and hands on sessions, guided by Ms.Arpitha. On the first day, the basics of Java including the program structure, data types, operators, control statements and pattern programs were explained. The main java concepts were discussed from the second day. Topics including Java Type definitions , Functions, Constructors, Object state initializations, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction, Type casting were explained in the further classes. All the topics were explained with example programs with industry standards which made it more fruitful. Ms. Arpitha made sure that the concepts were clear for each student present in the class and the students were made to do Real time application programs.Students were assigned assignments everyday and their queries were clarified inside the class. The different ways to approach programming questions andtechnical interviews questions were also discussed.After all the blood and sweat of 7 days they were prepared forjava coding and problem solving skills.

Fig. 2. Q-Spiders Training

Basic Electronic Fundamentals

Two days training on Basic Electronic Fundamentals was conducted by Dr.  Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE, SEA College of engineering and technology, Bangalore on  18/07/19 and 19/07/19 in CAD lab.

The main objective of the training was to strengthen the fundamental knowledge of the students. The basic knowledge of students was tested and suggestions to improve their knowledge in six streams of electronics were given. Electronic Components and devices, Control Systems, Signals and Systems, Microprocessors, Engineering Electromagnetism and Communication Systems were the main topics for the training in which most of the core companies expect students to be extremely good.

Training started on 18/07/2019 with a brief introduction of Dr. Pradeep Kumar to the students and an introduction to Electronic Components devices. In the morning session he pointed out that electronic component responds to the flow of electrical energy and either stores or dissipates energy. In the afternoon session of day1, topics related to Control Systems were discussed and he described that control system is a system of devices or set of devices, that manages, commands, directs or regulates the behavior of other devices or systems to achieve desired results. Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed.

Fig. 3. Electronics Fundamentals Training Session

The second day of the training was conducted on the 19th of July and a detailed explanation on Microprocessors was given in the morning session. Applications of microprocessors in Embedded system were discussed. Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed.

In the  afternoon session of day 2  topics related to  Signals  and  Systems  were discussed   and  he gave the differences of analog and digital signals. Types and processing of signals and Applications of signal processing and MATLAB were explained.  Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed. Finally the resource person gave some useful hints related to Engineering Electromagnetism and   Communication Systems.  The training concluded at 5:00pm on the 19th of July. Dr. D V Manjunatha, HOD, Dept. of ECE thanked resource persons for taking time off his busy schedule to conduct the training.

 

MEMS Training by Alumni

Shreyas Bhat and Nizam, IISc. Bangalore who are also alumni of AIET did a training on MEMS on the 20th of July, 2018. They discussed about the evolution of MEMS and the miniaturization of devices. They also emphasized that the smaller the devices, more it was prone to environmental damage. They also explained about the basic building blocks of MEMS – Smart Materials and Smart Structures. The generic design flow in MEMs was also discussed. The different fabrication technologies and the latest advances in the areas of MEMS were also discussed. Later using a microscope, few VLSI chips were shown and explained to the students.

 

Fig. 4. MEMS Training

Digital Electronics and ITC Brush up Course

A brush up course on Digital Electronics and Information Theory and Coding was done on 21/7/2019 from 9:00 to 1:00 pm.  The session was started by Dr. D.V Manjunatha where he stressed on the importance of knowing the basics. Later the session was handled by Mrs. Shruthi K. She started with number systems, Boolean Algebra, Digital Systems, importance of digital signals over analog, communication models and later stressed on combinational and sequential circuits. In the next half of the session she stressed on information theory and coding concepts, which covered different coding techniques.

Fig. 6. Electronics Fundamentals Training Session

FACE Training

Face aptitude training, which was held from 22nd July 2019 to 25th July, 30th July to 2nd August and 15th, 16th August, 2019 helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as profit & loss, mixtures & allegations, partnerships, number systems, percentage, permutation and combination, probability, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, direction problems, questions related to blood relations,  simple equations, data arrangements, verbal reasoning, data interpretation and data sufficiency etc. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds. The students were trained with useful shortcuts which helped them to solve the problems in easily.

Fig. 7. FACE Training Session

Internet of Things (IoT)

The pre-placement training about Internet of Things was conducted on July 26th 2019. The session started with an orientation from one of the students. The resource persons present were Mohit P Tahiliani, Assistant Professor, NITK, Surathkal and Vishal Rathod, (Ph. D), NITK, Surathkal. Before the training, Mr. Tahiliani briefly explained about the current internet traffic and the measures taken by leading companies to overcome this problem. He then briefly explained about the modern protocols used to transmit data between devices operating over voice and physical commands used for home and industrial automation. Mr. Rathod, his Ph. D student then took over the training to brief the students about his field of research and the topics that he would be training the students for the session.

Some of the topics covered by were: The protocols used to transmit data for IoT-  MQTT (Message Queue Telemetry Transport) and MQTTSN (Message Queue Telemetry Transport Sensor Network). Some of the protocols researched by him were CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol) which uses UDP for data transmission and CoCoA (Congestion Control for CoAP). The students were trained to perform some network simulations using Cooja simulator by Contiki. The different types of network topologies were also discussed during the session and the students were given some ideas, which would be useful for projects.

Fig. 8. IOT Training Session

Delithe Github Training

The training about Delithe GitHub was conducted on July 27th 2019. The session started with an orientation from one of the students. The resource person presiding was Mr. Adarsh, Delithe GitHub, Bengaluru. He started the session with the basic introduction about GitHub and its uses. He then instructed the students about the process of installing the GitHub software and creating a GitHub account. The command line version of the GitHub software was used to teach the students about pushing a document into the GitHub website. Many commands were taught to the students to create repositories and to upload a simple C code, Python code and an HTML code. They were also briefed about accessing the useful codes and repositories for development of their projects. Students created their own website using the HTML code created using GitHub.

Fig. 9. Delithe GitHub Training Session

DSP Audio and Image Processing

The pre-placement training on DSP audio processing using MATLAB by Mr. Parveez Shariff, Assistant Professor, and AIET was conducted on July 27th 2019 from 9:30 AM for duration of 3 hours. During the session, he gave an overview of the Signal processing and audio processing. He also discussed some programs and practical implementation of audio processing. Later he introduced the audio enhancing process using audio processing and applications of audio processing.

The pre-placement training on DSP Image Processing using MATLAB by Mr. Yuvaraj T, Assistant Professor, AIET was conducted on July 27th 2019 from 2:00 PM for a duration of 3 hours. During the session, he gave an overview of the Signal processing and Image processing. He also taught some programs and practical implementation of image processing. He discussed about image enhancing process using image processing and applications of image processing.

Fig. 10. DSP MATLAB Training Session

VLSI Design

The training about VLSI Design was conducted on July 29th 2019 from 9:30 AM for a duration of 3 hours. The resource person was Mrs. Tanya Mendez, Assistant Professor, AIET. She briefed the students about the basics of VLSI and the current technology used by leading companies for designing. The students were taught how to design various logic gates using a multiplexer. She then discussed various topics related to VLSI like Body Effect, Channel Length Modulation, Latch up, operation of nMOS and pMOS transistors and design of logic gates using CMOS logic techniques. Students were also taught about front end design i.e., switch level HDL programming of logic gates. She also discussed many questions asked by various companies during interviews about VLSI like Cadence, Sankalp Semiconductors etc. so that students would get an overview about the different questions they would be facing during interviews. She then divided the class into teams to conduct a quiz using multiple choice questions on basics of VLSI. The resource person made sure that the students are exposed to different scenarios faced by students during interviews when the interviewers throw complex questions at the students.

Fig. 11. VLSI Training Session

Computer Networking Session

Data Communication and Computer Network have changed the way business and other daily affair works. The final year students were guided on the same by Mr. Gautam Kamath on the 5th and 6th of August, 2019. He taught the students how to find the IP address of each system and how the data could be synced from one computer to the other. He also discussed about Cloud Computing, Hyper Turning Technology, Turbo Based Technology, Smart Cash Technology, Virtualization, Ping and Stand alone environment. Network Cablings and its types (straight through, crossover cabling, rolled cable) were also addressed during his session. Importance of Repeaters, Hub, calculation of the valid IP address, calculation of the broadcast address of the given network, brief introduction about the switches and its operation were the other topics discussed during his session. He made the sessions very interactive and it helped the students to approach him regarding their queries. Towards the end of the session he told importance of networking in today’s trending world. The entire session was very useful for the students to add upon their preparations for the upcoming placements with the most skilful knowledge.

Fig. 13. Computer Networking Session

Group Discussion Training

The students were trained on how to attend group discussion sessions by Mrs. Renukiran on 7th August, 2019. Initially the students were briefed on how to prepare for the group discussion. This was followed by 8 sessions of group discussion where the students were divided into groups of ten each. The students were given individual feedback about their performance in the group discussion. The topics discussed included hardwork versus smartwork, 5 years of Modi government etc. At the end a final group discussion of 35 students was conducted.

Fig. 14. Group Discussion Training Session

Resume Writing

A resume summary statement is a short paragraph at the beginning of a resume that highlights a job seeker’s professional skills, knowledge and experience. So, the final year students were guided on the same by Mr. Shubham on 7th August, 2019.  He made sure all the students were involved by conducting games and different activities, which in turn made them, realize how skilfully the resumes could be build in an efficient, standard and professional way. He also discussed on the dos and don’ts that had to be followed while preparing the resume. He addressed regarding the importance of the resume. He gave many ideas regarding how to write a resume, types of resume, tips and few other samples. Towards the end of the session a brush up on how the interviewers interpret resumes of the candidates based on the information provided was done. The entire session was very helpful for the students to add to their preparations for the upcoming placements.

Fig. 16. Resume Writing Training Session in Engineering Seminar Hall

Cadence, Tessolve Company Specific Training

To get into an electronics core company is a tough task. It is the place where one is expected to be proficient in his basics from all the subjects of his domain. So the final year students who were eligible to attend Tessolve and Cadence were guided on the same by Mr. Rahul, an alumini of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology on the 8th of August, 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m. His session was completely based on how to crack placements of Cadence and Tessolve. He mainly concentrated on the topic ‘OpAmp’ and its applications. He also covered many topics which included analog electronics, digital electronics, digital communications, VLSI and linear integrated circuits. He discussed his experiences in attending placement drives, clearing technical aptitude rounds and ways to update one’s technological skills. The entire session was very helpful for the students to add upon their preparations for the upcoming placements.

Fig. 17. Cadence, Tessolve Company Specific Training Session

TCS Company Specific Training

Mr. Mayur, alumni of AIET, Department of ECE conducted a 3 hour session on the 8th of August, 2019 for the students to be familiar with the pattern of questions that would appear for TCS code vita. This session was very informative as new methods, basic things where taught so as to enable the students to connect to whatever was taught. The session was informative as he gave them an idea to learn new things from various websites. In a short period of time, students were taught many things about java and c programming. Many tricks where taught to crack the questions.

Fig. 18. TCS Company Specific Training

Professional Ethics Session

The pre-placement training about Professional Ethics was conducted on August 8th 2019 in the engineering seminar hall. The session was conducted by Mr. Deepak Raj, Assistant Professor, AIET. The main agenda of this session was to make the students aware of the rules and etiquettes that has to be followed by them in various situations of the corporate world.

The speaker divided the class into four teams to create an atmosphere of competition where learning always becomes fun. Then a presentation about personality development, like how to deal an embarrassing situation, dress etiquettes, handshaking, proper decorum to be maintained while talking to a client, etc. were taught to students in detail with a live example given to each of them. A fourteen points presentation where the students were briefed about the do’s and don’ts about range of topics including cubicle etiquettes, Casual dress etiquettes, guest etiquettes, business letter etiquettes, professional email writing etc.

Finally, all teams were told to act five do’s and don’ts which was enthusiastically taken up by the students and which made the students better understand the situations that they may face in the corporate world.

Network Analysis Brush up Course

A brush up course on Network Analysis was conducted by Mr. Deepak Raj, Assistant Professor, department of ECE on the 11th of August 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m The session started with explaining the fundamentals theorems like Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current laws and ohms laws with numerical examples on DC circuits. Few short cuts on how to write the KVL equations directly from the circuit and vice versa were solved. The complexity of the problems was gradually increased by slowly introducing the AC Circuits. Topics like source information, source shifting and when to apply them in the circuit was explained. The problems on star to delta and vice versa were solved. The problems on mesh analysis and nodal analysis along with super mesh and super node concepts were solved. The topics of network theorems were also touched upon.

Fig. 19. Network Analysis Training

Digital Image Processing Session

Digital image processing is one of the key factors in the area of machine learning, which is the present trend of industry. Taking this into account, ECE final year students had two days of workshop on ’Digital Image Processing’ and ‘Basics of Python’ on the 17th and 18th of August 2019. The session was handled by Dr. Shyamlal Raj, Assistant Professor, NITK. First day his session was based on image acquisition process, key stages in digital image processing, pre-processing in image analysis of satellite data. Second day he explained about histogram equalization, logarithmic transformations, Power law transformations, gamma corrections, piecewise linear transformation functions, geometric enhancement techniques, 2D linear convolution, Toeplitz matrices, and linear convolution by matrix vector operations and so on. He used MatLab software for implementing Image Processing programs. He also explained how to use ‘Anaconda’ software to practice python programmes. Session included both theory and practical classes which made it livelier. He shared experiences about his phD work on ‘Cancer Detection’ using image processing. Basic mathematics behind the concepts was also worked out during the session.

Fig. 21. Digital Image Processing Training

 

Fig. 22. Digital Image Processing Training

TCS Company Specific Aptitude Training by FACE

TCS has announced its most exciting TCS National Qualifier Test for 2020 graduates. The objective of TCS National Qualifier Test (TNQT) is to select the best talent in the country to fuel the growth plans of TCS with its business 4.0 strategy. TCS National Qualifier Test 2020 is a PAN India Drive beginning with an online test followed by a personal interview which will have three rounds-Technical, Managerial and HR. The TNQT is happening on 3rd and 4th of August 2019 for all 2020 graduates across India. To crack the TNQT, a TCS training program was conducted for the final year students of Electronics and Communication on 1st August 2019 by FACE, Coimbatore. This included 2 sessions. The morning session was handled by Mr.Sivaguru. He explained and made the students to solve 2 sets of questions on aptitude which included advanced aptitude questions as well. The main concepts that were focussed on were time and work, speed, distance and time, profit and loss, number system, percentages, permutations and combinations, ratio and proportions, averages and probability. The afternoon session was handled by Ms.Shanmathi Preetha. She explained the concepts related to quants and verbal including paragraph passage, para jumbles, vocabulary, tenses and parts of speech. All the concepts were explained with real time examples which was very useful to understand the concepts. Numerous shortcut techniques were taught to save the calculation time. Both the trainers made sure that the concepts were clear for each student present in the class. The way to approach the technical rounds and HR round were also discussed. They also provided additional resources and links to improve the aptitude and coding skills. Overall the training was very useful for the students to approach any of the interviews.

Fig. 23. FACE – TCS Company Specific Training

Basic Fundamentals of Analog Electronics

Basic Electronic fundamentals of Analog Electronics were conducted by Mr. Sudhakara HM, Sr.Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE, AIET, Mijar on11/08/2019. The main objective of this training is to strengthen the fundamental knowledge of students in Analog Electronics. As many core companies related to Electronics expect students to know about wave shaping and analyse basic circuit diagrams before designing important circuits, in this  session  focus  was given to write expected waveforms at output of  most useful circuits. Around 30 important circuits were discussed and students were given the tasks of guessing the outputs.

In the session Clipping circuits were first discussed. Use of diodes in Series and parallel circuits were explained. Practical applications of Clippers and clampers were discussed. Use of clampers and fundamentals of clampers were highlighted. Principle of transistors, their characteristics and applications were discussed. Problems related to CE mode of transistor   amplifier were solved and classes were concluded with introduction to OPAMPs.

Fig. 25. Analog Electronics Training Session

Personality Development and Public Speaking

Ms Kannan Thandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking from 18 th July 2018 to 19 th July 2018. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

Fig. 26. Personality Development Training Session

Block chain Technology Training

Japan-based Emurgo had recently signed an MOU with Alva’s Education Foundation and as part of that the students of the final year had a one day session to educate them about blockchain technology and bitcoin. It is a decentralised public blockchain and cryptocurrency project and is fully open source. The company trains developers to be proficient in this emerging technology and helps deepen their understanding of third generation blockchain protocols such as Cardano to enable them work in organisations adopting this technology.

The concepts about the different types of blockchains were discussed. The session was interesting and interactive and the students were given a lot of information regarding how bitcoin came into existence and the value and importance of it. The benefits of bitcoin was also addressed. An activity was conducted for the students so as to understand the concepts more clearly and the students participated actively in the sessions.

2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
Advanced C Programming
MAT Lab & Simulink
PCB Beginner's Course
Software Testing
LTE (4G mobile communications standard)
Advanced C Programming

 

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering organized Five days “Certificate course on Advanced C programming ” for V semester Electronics and communication Engineering students from 17h September 2018 to 21st September 2018 from Innovations, Bangalore.

The course carried for five days which included Data types, Keywords variables, Operators, Control Statements, Loops, Arry handling, String handling, Pointers, Structures and Unions, File handling, Dynamic Memory Allocation and Recent year question of TCS code vita test questions. Most of the certification program was a hands-on session and students were given with different task to writing some code for desired output on open CV platform. Also many placement related C, C++ questions were solved during this session.

MAT Lab & Simulink

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized Five days “Certificate course on MAT Lab & Simulink” for VII semester Electronics and communication Engineering students from 9th October 2017 to 13th October 2017 from Unique Global Organization, Bangalore.

 

PCB Beginner's Course

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and OSCKI Labs Bangalore organized a Certificate course on “PCB Beginner’s” for interested students from different semesters of Electronics and communication engineering from 15th September 2017 to 12th October 2017. In the course students were trained using the Ki-Cad software because, Ki-Cad is a simple software which can help students learn easily and quickly. During the workshop, students learnt to design their own circuit. Best designs were selected and opportunity was given to few of the student’s to etch their circuits.

The overall development objective of the workshop was to introduce students to industry level of PCB design. For a technical student apart from there theoretical knowledge, a good practical exposure towards the subject is also essential. This was accomplished through the PCB course. The students had both theory and practical examination (Circuit design). The theory examination was held on 12th October between 5:15PM to 7:15PM and for practical (designing the circuit), the students were given a time period of 1 week starting from 12th October to submit their circuits.

Software Testing

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized Five days “Certificate course on Software Testing” for VI semester Electronics and communication Engineering students from 1st Feb 2016 to 6th Feb 2016 from Uniqval Software solution, Bangalore.

 

LTE (4G mobile communications standard)

Department of Electronics and Comminication Engineering organized Seven days “Certificate course on LTE [4G mobile communications standard]” for VIII semester Electronics and communication Engineering students from 12th Sep 2015 to 30th Jan 2016 from NetGensoft Solutions  Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.

 

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2019-20

Sl. No

Industry/ Organization

No of students

Type of Industry

Area of training

1

Siemens Healthcare Pvt Ltd, Mumbai

1

Private

Digital image processing

2

SCL, Chandigarh

2

Government through MoU

Firmware Development of Memory Based Internet Security

3

Defence Avionics Research Establishment, DRDO, B’lore

4

Government

Design of an Autonomous Quad-Copter to serve for the need of an emergency commodity using ARM 32 bit controller

4

IIIT Allahabad

6

Government through MoU

Design and Fabrication of Ethanol sensor using spin coating process, Fabrication and I-V characteristics of p-n junction diode, Design and Fabrication of ammonia sensor using electrospinning process

5

BEL, Blore

8

Government through MoU

Missile Systems, PD & IC, MR, EWLA & LCA TESTING, MIL.COM

6

CoreEL Technologies

5

Private

Designing of FPGA

7

Envision Lab, AIET

20

Private through MoU

Embedded Systems and Sensor Interfacing

8

Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd, Mangaluru

4

Government

Control systems and electronic instrumentation

9

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Delivery Centre, Mangalore

4

Private

Network Security

10

All India Radio, Bengaluru

2

Government

Communication Systems – Studios, FM Transmitters. Captive earth station, DRM Transmitter

11

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Bengaluru

4

Government

 

12

BEML Ltd, Mysuru

3

Government

 

13

MELTRONICS SYSTEMTECH, Bengaluru

2

Private

Weapon Control System Test Set

14

SLN Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

2

Private

Electronic PCB

15

Rossell Techsys, Bengaluru

2

Private

VHDL Programming

16

HAL, Bengaluru

2

Government

 

17

Master Control Facility, Hassan

1

Government

 

Total

72

 

 

2018-19

Sl. No

Industry/ Organization

No of students

Type of Industry

Area of training

1

DARE-DRDO,

Bengaluru

2

Government

Labview

2

NRSC-ISRO,

Hyderabad

4

Government through MoU

Antenna Design

3

IIIT Allahabad,

AIET

13

Private through MoU

Data Analytics  and Machine Learning

4

ISRO, Bengaluru

4

Government through MoU

Control and Digital Electronics group

5

NARL, Gadanki

4

Government through MoU

Implementation of GNSS-SDR and its application for PPP at AIET Campus

6

National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore

1

Government through MoU

Spatio-Temporal Analysis of TRMM rainfall data over India during the period 1998-2016

7

HAL, Bengaluru

11

Government

Aviation

8

BEL, Bengaluru

6

Government

Modern electronic warfare tools , RADAR

9

BOSCH Ltd, Bengaluru

8

Private

Embedded systems and sensors, Study on Brief Review of Fanuc Robot Functioning & Purpose

10

Tessolve Semiconductors, Bengaluru

1

Private through Placement

IC-Testing, Semiconductor IC Life cycle, IC Domains, VI source, I2C nad SPI Protocol, LG lite ATE.

11

All India Radio, Bengaluru

6

Government

Radio Broadcasting – Studio Networking, Captive Earth Solutions, FM & DRM Transmitters

12

Titan Ltd, Bengaluru

1

Private

Electronic Design

13

KELTRON Component Complex Ltd, Kerala

2

Government

Electronic Instrumentation

14

L&T Electrical and Automation, Mysore

1

Private

Electronic Automation

15

JSW Steel Limited, Ballari

1

Private

Embedded systems and sensors

16

MIT, Manipal

4

Private

Multivariable Controller Design for MIMO System based on IAE errors with GA optimization.

17

KARMIC, Manipal

5

Private

Introduction to Layouts in CMOS Technology

18

MTNL, Mumbai

1

Government

Optical Fibre Cables and Systems

19

SIEMENS, Hyderabad

1

Private

Electronics and Communications

20

NPCIL, Kaiga

2

Government

Optical Transducers, Computerised Operational systems, Digital recording system, DC Power supply regulation tests, Programmable digital comparator system.

21

BEML Ltd, Mysuru

1

Government

Electronic Instrumentation

22

ITI Limited, Bengaluru

22

Private

Telephone Defence Productions, Switching Access Products, R&D, IT, QA & IoT

23

Mindsoft Technologies, BEngaluru

3

Private

Python Programming

24

Carl Zeiss India Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

1

Private

Operating Microscopes OCTs

25

OJUS Power and Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

1

Private

Power Electronics and instruments

26

Technofly Technologies, Bengaluru

1

Private

Embedded Systems

27

SMEC Automation, Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

2

Private

C, Arm 7, Wireless Technologies, Xbee, Bluetooth, Android, Home Automation systems.

28

Prism Surgicare Pvt Ltd, Navi Mumbai

1

Private

Analysis and working of Micro-Processor LED OT Light

29

Altair Technologies, Bengaluru

14

Private

Feko Antenna Design Hyperworks

30

PROK Devices pvt ltd, Bengaluru

4

Private

Assembly, Soldering, Testing & QC of Digital Protective Relays, Meters and current transformers

31

Infow Information Integrity, Bengaluru

4

Private

Unified Communication and Collaboration & WLAN Technologies

32

Contriver , Mysuru

1

Private

Testing and Programming

33

RossellTechsys, Bengaluru

2

Private

Automated Wiring Test System

34

Inventeron, Bengaluru

5

Private

Design and development of Embedded Systems

35

SYSCON Instruments Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

1

Private

Electronic Instrumentation

36

MKS Systems, Bengaluru

2

Private

Calibration Procedures for different types of electrical meters.

37

V-Care Electronics

1

Private

Sensors and Actuators

2017-18

Sl. No

Industry/ Organization

No of students

Type of Industry

Area of training

 

1

Bharat Electronics Ltd, Bangalore& Hyderabad

10

Government through Academic Collaboration

Modern electronic warfare tools , RADAR

2

Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd, Bangalore

14

Government through Academic Collaboration

Aviation

3

RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore

1

Government through MOU

Satellite Communication

4

ABB, Bangalore

2

Private. Ltd

Power Electronics

5

National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore

5

Government through MOU

Image Processing

6

Bharat Heavy Electronics Ltd, Bangalore

1

Government

PLC Programming

7

Center for Nanomaterials and MEMS, NMIT- Bangalore

3

Private

MEMS

8

AMBIT POWER Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

5

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems

9

Thasmai Automation Pvt Ltd,Bangalore

3

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems

10

JSW Steel Limited, Bellary

1

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems and sensors

11

SIEMENS, Mumbai

1

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems

12

BOSCH, Bangalore

2

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems and sensors

13

Mandovi Motors Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

2

Private. Ltd

Automotive electronics

14

VEEYES Electronics Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

2

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems

15

Precimeasure Controls Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

3

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems

16

Continental Automative Components Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

2

Private. Ltd

Embedded systems and programming

17

Fastech Telecommunications Mumbai

1

Private

Optical fiber communication

18

Captain Electrical Industries, Vasia(east), Mumbai

1

Private

Electronic Devices

19

KELTRON Equipment Complex, Kerala

1

Private

Electronic Instrumentation

20

Oscki Labs, AIET, Mangalore

18+11=29

Private through MOU

Embedded systems

21

VihanSudhan Technologies, AIET, Mangalore

29

Private through MOU

Embedded systems and programming

TOTAL

118

 

2016-17

Sl. No

Industry/ Organization

No of students

Type of Industry

Area of training

1

BHEL, Blore

2

Government

Insulators, Semiconductors and Photovoltaics, SCADA etc

2

NAL, Blore

1

Government

Discreet Input Processing Using NI Labview

3

BEL, Blore

6

Government

Military Radar, Missile systems

4

HAL, Bengaluru

7

Government

Avionics, AERDC etc

5

L&T Heavy Engineering, Mumbai

1

Private

Detailed study on TOS Machines

6

ITC Infotech, Blore

1

Private

Virtustream- Server Monitoring

7

All India Radio, Blore

11

Government

Radio Broadcasting

8

MRPL, Mangalore

4

Government

Instrumentation

9

BOSCH Ltd, Blore

1

Private

‘Two Hand Safety Relay’

10

Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd

1

Private

AC Motors       

11

VOLVO India Pvt Ltd, Blore

1

Private

Embedded systems and sensors

12

APEX HI-TECH INSTITUTE

13

Government

GSM and CDMA Mobile Communication

13

JSW

1

Private

Embedded systems and sensors

14

 

KPTCL, Hassan

2

Government

Relays and switchgears

15

Invictus Aerosports, Blore

2

Private

Gesture based wireless controlled  robot using arduino

16

AIR INDIA, Mumbai

1

Government

Theory of flight and TCAS

17

NMDC, Bellary

1

Government

Wireless Power Transmission

18

TATA MARCOPOLO MOTORS LTD, Dharwad

1

Private

Study of Anti-lock braking system in vehicles and project on Kaizen

19

Rexroth Bosch Group

2

Private

Electric Drives and Control Technology

20

KSEB, Kerala

1

Government

Relays and PLCC

21

KELTRON, Kerala

2

Government

Electronic Device Design & Analysis using software

22

TATA Power -SED

2

Private

Study of EMI/EMC

23

Divgi Warner Private Limited

1

Private

Automobile parts manufacturing

24

Realtime Techsolutions Pvt Ltd, Blore

3

Private

WLR – Weapon Locating Radar

25

Nihon Comminications Pvt Ltd, B’lore

2

Private

Case studies on embedded system & IOT.

26

OSCKI Labs, AIET

27

Private through MoU

Automatic Room Controller with Bidirectional Visitor Counter - Arduino, Sensor interfacing and prototyping

27

VIBGYOR Net-Connections, Blore

1

Private

Programmable Logic Controller - PLC

28

Tech-Graylogix, Mlore

11

Private

Applications and practical study on Embedded electronics

29

XTREME COMPUTER EDUCATION, Blore

7

Private

LPC2148 Microcontroller

30

Expert Hub, AIET

4

Private

Internet of Things (IoT)

31

INTELnet Technologies, Blore

5

Private

Embedded systems and Data Acquisition using Labview

32

Spectrum Industries, Mangalore

1

Private

Embedded system design

33

Xoriant Solutions Pvt Ltd, Blore

1

Private

Embedded systems

34

Knowx Innovations Pvt Ltd, Blore

1

Private

Embedded systems

35

Step in Technologies, Blore

1

Private

Web site designing

36

ACE Designers Pvt Ltd, Blore

1

Private

Computer Numerical Control-CNC

37

AT&S

1

Private

PCB Designing

37

ICPro Solutions Pvt Ltd, Blore

3

Private

IC Design analysis

TOTAL

134

 

2015-16

1

MIRC Electronics Ltd, Mumbai

(Onida)

2

Private

Gesture Controlled Device

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