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1 About

Electronics and Communication, one of the widely 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. it lays greater emphasis on deep understanding of fundamental principles and state of the art knowledge about Electronic Devices and Circuits, Computer Architecture and Microprocessors, VLSI and Embedded systems, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Analog and Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Microwave and Broadband Communications. The department has well-qualified and experienced faculty Out of which three are Doctorates, seven are pursuing Ph.D and remaining are Post-Graduates. Faculty members have published technical papers in international and national journals and conferences.


VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT
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 OF THE DEPARTMENT
1) To create Learning Environment to enable the Students for Excellence in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
2) To Empower the Students with necessary Skills for Solving the Complex Technological Problems.
3) To Inculcate Research Culture among Teaching-Learning Group by guiding them towards Research Activities to bridge the gap between Industry and Academia.
4) By Imbibing the Students with Human Values and Ethics through Transformative Education and make them Socially Responsible professionals.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

Our graduates will be able to
1. Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4. Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
5. Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6. Apply to reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.
8. Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)
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.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)
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.

DEPARTMENT PROFILE
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) was established in the year 2008 to meet the needs of the emerging IT industry and research. The department has 24 teaching staff including HOD. The ECE department at AIET 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 of the pre-final year to carry out the mini-projects 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 much needed in this competitive world.

Programs offered:

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering offers two programs that are affiliated to VTU - Belgaum and recognized by AICTE:

  • Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering.
  • M. Tech Degree in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems.

CONTACT DETAILS OF THE DEPARTMENT

Dr. D V Manjunatha

Head of the Department 
Electronics and Communication Engineering


 B.E. M.Tech,Ph.D.,

CONTACT DETAILS

 +91 9945349896

 08258 262724

 dvmanjunatha@gmail.com

  


DEPARTMENTAL LABORATORIES

Project Lab: The idea behind this lab is to provide at a single place all that the students need for the development of a project This lab is equipped with all the software, hardware, testing & measuring equipment and literature required for the purpose which include high end work stations, mixed signal oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers. A universal programmer for programming microprocessors, microcontrollers, FPGAs, CPLDs is available in the lab to remove the barrier in project development.

Network & Electronic Devices Lab: The lab provides the foundation of electronics engineering. This lab aims at providing students the knowledge about various electronic devices. Students are made familiar with electronic circuits and their intended use in various applications.

Digital System Design Lab: 
The motive of this lab is to make students learn how to analyze and design digital circuits. A coordinated laboratory forms an integral part of this course to provide verification of the theoretical design and analysis of the digital circuits. Students are also made aware of the capabilities and limitations of simulation through the use of the PSpice simulator, Orcad and Proteus VSM 6.0.

Communication Systems Lab:

Communication lab is the leading and emerging subject to provide practical quality and reliable education to students which includes practical’s related to digital communication, analog communication, fiber optics, telecommunications etc.

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab:
These two form the heart of any processing device as computer, mobile phones, PDA etc. The lab is intended to make the students learn the architecture, programming and interfacing of these devices. The lab lays down a strong foundation on which the students develop the projects. We have a XELTEK universal programmer to program the ICs.



Power Electronics Lab:
Power electronics is interdisciplinary in nature & is used in a variety of industries. To make students familiar with the various devices used in the industry, this lab is of great help. The lab provides opportunity to explore the characteristics of various devices and learn their use in sophisticated devices

Digital Electronics Lab: 
This lab is intended to explore the properties of digital circuits, including noise margins, propagation delay times, and aspects of integrated circuit realization.

Electrical Lab

The Electrical Lab is well equipped and cater the needs of students according to the syllabus. Electrical Technology focuses on the understanding and the application of electrical and electronic principles and the technological processes, inherent in the production of products, services and systems in order to improve the quality of life. The Electrical & Electronics engineering is a very broad field, ranging from all aspects of information processing, power production and power distribution.

Results
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
100 % 95.6 % 97.4 % 98 % 94.2 % 96.8 % 98.08 %

 

MOU’S OF ECE DEPARTMENT

1.      ISRO Head Quarters, Bangalore

2.      National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, Gadanki, Chittoor, AP

3.      National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Hyderabad

4.      Regional Remote Sensing Centre (RRSC)-South Bangalore

5.      Kumamoto University, Japan

6.      Indian Institute of Science IISc, Bangalore

7.      Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad

8.      Bharath Electronics Limited, Bangalore

9.      Bharath Earth Movers Limited, Bangalore

10.  ABB, Bangalore

11.  CSIR-NAL, Bangalore

12.  Indian Platform

                                   i.Ghent University, Belgium

                                   ii.Ghent University Hospital, Belgium

                                   iii.The University of Antwerp, Belgium

                                   iv.The University of Pardubice,The Czech Republic

                                   v.The University of Aveiro, Portugal

                                   vi.The University of Groningen, Netherlands

                                   vii.University of Twente, Netherlands

                                   viii.University of Wageningen, Netherlands

                                    ix.Christian Mutualities, Belgium

                                    x.Hertia, Belgium

13.  Oscki Labs, Bangalore

14.  ICT Academy, Bangalore

15.  Vihan Sudhan Technologies, Mysore.

16.  Electronics  For You

2 Technical Talks

TECHNICAL TALK -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 29th April 2019 by Mr.Syed Salman, Lead Engineer, Sankalp Semi-conductor Pvt. Ltd., Hubli.

Mr. Salman, completing thepost-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 begun 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 is gaining ground, Standalone PC is waning. Internet enabled devices are common and usually more than one in Home, Hand held devices – Smartphone’s, tablets, etc..


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 begun 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 begun 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 “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 9thFeb 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.


6.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.


7.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.


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


Department of ECE, AIET conducted the fourth technical talk of the odd semester on “Recent Trends and Evolution in Mobile Communication” for the students of fifth semester on 6thOctober 2018 by Mr. Prasad Dandra, Associate Director, Samsung Semiconductor India R&D, Bangalore.


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


 Third technical talk of this academic semester by the Department of ECE was conducted 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.


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


The second technical talk conducted on 11thSeptember 2018 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.


11.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 the 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 the causes and effects of interference, fading & crosstalk which is a major issue to address in wireless. 


TECHNICAL TALK -2017-18


1.Technical Talk on "Communication Systems and Introduction to IETE"

Department of ECE, AIET conducted the fifth technical talk of the even semester on “Overview on Communication Systems and Introduction to IETE Student Chapter” for the students of the 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 fourth technical talk conducted on 9th March 2018 was delivered by Mr. Nikhil MitaliyaApplication Engineer, Tektronics Bengaluru on the topic “Advancement in RF and microwave test and measurement”. Mr. Mitaliya has more than 8 Years of experience in Test


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

The third technical talk by the Dept. of ECE for this even semester was conducted 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 the sixth semester.


4.Technical talk on “Statistical Signal Processing”

 The second technical talk was conducted 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”

  Department of ECE conducted the first technical talk of the even semester on 17th February 2018 by Dr. Sudheendra K RAssociate ProfessorBMSCE 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”

Fifth technical talk  conducted  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.

Department of ECE conducted the sixth technical talk of the even semester on 17th February 2018 by Dr. Sudheendra K RAssociate ProfessorBMSCE 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.


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


 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 categories namely lossless and lossy compression were discussed.

Technical talk was conducted 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.


8.Technical talk on “Multimodal Biometrics”


Security is becoming the most important requirement of present-day life and developing computer-aided person recognition system is of increasing demand.  Related to this to third technical talk was conducted on 12th 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, the role of Biometrics in recognition and identification, developing and commercializing software  for a biometric system with 100% accuracy  were discussed

 Fourth technical talk conducted 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.


9.Technical talk on “Multimodal Biometrics


The department of ECE organized a technical talk on on 22nd  September  2017 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 a difficult subject by most of the students.  The talk was well organized and presented in the simplest way from the basic concepts of charge and fundamental laws of electromagnetics.

 He outlined that  Maxwell’s equations that together with Lorentz force law form the foundation of classical electromagnetism, quantum theory, classical optics circuits.


10. Technical Talk on Speech Processing and Applications


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

 


TECHNICAL TALKS 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 the 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, the 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 a 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, the professor briefed about career opportunities in this emerging area of Electronic system design.


6.Technical talk on “ARM processor”


Forum evionics 2016-17 under the Department of ECE was inaugurated by the chief guest and the resource person Dr. Rekha Bhandarkar, professor, Dept. Of ECE, nmamit, nitte, prof. Raghavendra Rao, HOD, Dept. Of ECE, faculty members and student coordinators on 22nd August 2016. Following the inaugural function, a technical talk on “ARM processor” was delivered by Dr. Rekha Bhandarkar. The talk was elaborated on evolution and developments in different processor technology.


7. Technical talk on “Applications of MEMS”


Fourth 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.

RESOURCE PERSON: Dr M M Nayak, Visiting professor, Indian Institute of Science, (Former Scientist of ISRO), Bangalore.

TOPIC: “Applications of MEMS”

DATE: 01st October 2016

Feedback was analyzed and the overall percentage is 84%



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



The 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.

RESOURCE PERSON: Mr Himanshu Rangadhol, Head of design & innovation, Oscki labs

TOPIC: “Innovations in MEMS and Heavy Duty Drones"

DATE: 17th September 2016

Feedback was analyzed and the overall percentage was 81.6%.



9.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.

RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. Pathipati Srihari, NITK, Surthkal

TOPIC: Radar Communication

DATE: 17th September 2016 Feedback was analyzed and the overall percentage was 79%


 

Then she elaborated about advancements in arm processors and implementation of arm processors in advanced technology like mobile technology.

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


Forum EVIONICS 2016-17 under department of ECE started the technical talks of the odd semester on 23rd august, 2016.



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.

RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. Basavaprabhu Sheeparamatti, BCE, Bagalkot

TOPIC: Introduction and Applications of MEMS

DATE: 23rd August, 2016

Feedback was analyzed and the overall percentage was 81%.


TECHNICAL TALKS - 2015-16


This 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.

 

It 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.

 

This 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.

 

It 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.

 

This 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.

 

It 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.

 

This 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.

 

It 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.

 

This 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.

 

It was conducted on 5th September 2015 by Mrs. Subhagya.D.S. , Consultant Engineer, Bengaluru, on 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 methods required to avail patents.

 

This 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

 

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.

3 Workshop & Training Programmes
4 Staff Achievements

Patents

Sl no

Faculty Name

Patent No

Patent Details

1

Dr. D V Manjunatha

201841040380

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

2

Prof. Shankar B B

201841014694

 

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

201841015587 A

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

201841021711

Multi Band Microstrip Patch Antenna


Sponsored Research | Funded research

Sponsored Research Projects for Past Three Years

SI.No. Project Title FundingAgency Amount PrincipalInvestigator 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

5*

-*

2

2017-18

20

4

3

2016-17

8

2


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.

2018

Dr. Praveen J

A standard-basis Based CDMA NOC Design

Yes

2321-2705, International Journal  of Research and Scientific Innovation

2.

2018

Dr.Dattatreya

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

3.

2018

Dr. Shankar BB

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

Yes

 7 (4.10) (2018) 896-899

International Journal of Engineering & Technology

4.

2018

EMD based Hilbert energy spectrum analysis of     adventitious lung wave signals

Yes

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

5.

2018

Mr. Mahendra H.N

A Survey on Security Issues in Cloud Computing

Yes

758-761, International Journal of Engineering & 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: 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

 

2.

Compressive Sensing through Iterative Reweighted Optimization for Consumer

       Electronics Applications

 

4Th IEEE International Conference-ICATCCT

 

3.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging using Color Gamut Mapping

4Th IEEE International Conference-ICATCCT

 


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 BB

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

 


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 Guiding/Guided 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

5 Students Achievements

Participation in inter-institute events 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 11thAugust 2018

Selected for Seminar and Exhibition of the project

 

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.        

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

3.        

Mayur Shikre, Ramanath, Rahul itnal ,Vasanth Kumar m

Texas Instruments ,IIM Banglore

Indian Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2018

August 25, 2018

Participated and Qualified

4.        

Pradeep Kumar R

Sumanth N S

 

IETE Erode centre, Kongu Engineeering college

National workshop on Modern Antenna Design for ISM and applications

4th October and 5th October 2018

Attended the workshop

 

Participation in inter-institute events 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

Shruthi I T

SIT, Tumkur

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

3rd march 2018

Second prize

5

Renuka

SIT, Tumkur

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

3rd march 2018

Participated

6

Deepika N Karanth

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

First prize

7

Gauthami

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

First prize

8

Sneha G N

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Third prize

9

Supriya A M

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

10

Vandanashree J S

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

11

Pranav Prakash Latti

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

12.

Sheetal Nayak

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

13.

Anjali H R

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

14.

Sevantika H P

Jain Institute of Technolgy, Davanagere

Presented a paper at TECHNIE-2018,

23 24 Feb 2018

Participated

15.

Sneha G N

A J Institute of engineering and Technolgy,

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

12 & 13 February 2018

Second prize

16

Shwetha T M

A J Institute of engineering and Technolgy,

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

12 & 13 February 2018

Participated

17

Roopa

A J Institute of engineering and Technolgy,

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

12 & 13 February 2018

Participated

18

Deepika, Chethak, Rohan, Arunkumar

IIT, Bombay

Participated in Eyantra robotic (EYRC-2017) competition

22 23 march 2018

Second prize

19

Bindu P

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

20

Akshata Sinde

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

21

Chaitanya S P

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

22.

Likitha P

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

Participated

23.

Viveka

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

24.

Jeevitha K

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

25.

Sharanamma

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

26.

Raziya Banu

RIT, Bangalore

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

8, 9 March

2018

Participated

27.

Varshitha P J

Sneha G N

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21, 22 Feb 2018

First

28

Chaithanya  S P Haripriya R

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21, 22 Feb 2018

Second

29

Prashant Kumar

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21, 22 Feb 2018

Participated

30

Sujay L

SJEC Vamanjoor

Paper Presentation at National Level Technical Fest-TIARA 2018

21, 22 Feb 2018

Participated

31

Vandanshree

 

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

32

Shradha

 

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

33

Haripriya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

34

Shruthi

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

35

Chaithanya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

36

Supriya A M

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

37

Pranav

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

38

Prashanth

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Nirupan, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

39

Challa Meghana

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

40

Ananya

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

41

Sangeeta S V

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

42

Shilpa N

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

43

Yogyashree

SDIT, Mangalore

Tech Excellence, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

44

Yogyashree

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

45

Sangeetha S V

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

46

Shilpa N

SDIT, Mangalore

Electrocharades, National Level Technical Fest- Sambhram 2018

22, 23 Feb 2018

Participated

47

Likitha

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16, 17 March 2018

Participated

48

Challa Meghana

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16, 17 March 2018

Participated

49

Arpana

SDMCE, Dharwad

National Level Technical Fest – INSIGNIA 2018

16, 17 March 2018

Participated

50

Charan Raj S

IJRSI journal

Automated robot to find lives in debris using rockerbogie suspension

April 2018

Published a paper

 

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

22 and 23 march 2018

Second prize

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

 

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 28 to February 4 2018

Participated

 

Participation in inter-institute events by students-2017-18

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 20 and May21 2017

Won silver medal

2

Ullas U

Indian science and engineering fair

Presented the project

May 20 and May21 2017

Won silver medal

3

Ullas U

Vignesh

Vishnu T V

Vishwas V

KSCST, NMAMIT Nitte

Student Project Program “Brain Controlled Wheel Chair”

11 & 12 August 2017

Project was selected for Seminar and Exhibition

4

Ranjith S

Bahubali college of engineering, Shravanabelagola

Paper presentation, FIESTA 2017

18, 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 22ndApril 2017

First prize

6

Ranjith S

Sahyadri College of engineering , Mangalore

Microprocessors Language competition

April 2017

Won second prize

7

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

8

Ranjith S

Malnad College of Enginnering

National Level Paper presentation in ENIGMA 2017

2 April 2017

Participated

9

Ullas U

Sridevi Institute of Technology, Manglore

Beta- MATLAB Programming , SAMBHRAM 16

23 & 24 Feb, 2016

Won 2nd  Prize

10

Ullas U

Sridevi Institute of Technology, Manglore

Robo Wars

22 & 23 Feb, 2017

Participated

 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS 2017

#

Name

Topic

Type of Conference

Place

1

a)   Aishwarya

b)   Sneha

4th Semester

Designing of Coaxial Cable

National

Malnad College of Engineering Hassan

2

a)   SathishNayak

b)  Prabhakara

6th Semester

Designing of Coaxial Cable for various Impedances using Mems Comsol

International

ICASET-17

ISBN:978-81-932-966-0-8

Sri Sai Ram College of Engineering Bengaluru

3

a)  Shruthi

b) Vinutha K R

c)  Anil Kumar

d) Shiddalingesh K

8th Semester

Design of a multiplier using low power High Speed full adder

International

IJESC Vol-7

Issue No. 5

ISSN 2321-3361

Bengaluru

4

a)  Shivaleela

 M.Tech

Comparative study on capacitive pressure sensor for structural health monitoring application with Coventor ware

International

IRJET Vol-4

Issue No. 5

ISSN 2395-0056

 

Bengaluru

5

a)  Ranjith Kumar

b) Shreyas

8th Semester

Automatic Navigation System for Fisherman

National

Malnad College of Engineering Hassan

&

Bhabhubali College of Engineering Sharavanabelagula

6

a)     Vidya Shree

b) Ranjitha

c)  Soniya Thomas

d) Yamuna Naik

8th Semester

Usage of sustainable energy in irrigation system

National

Malnad College of Engineering Hassan

&

JNNCE College of Engineering Shivamogga

7

a)   Gowthami

b)  Megha P

4th Semester

Designing of Coaxial Cable

National

JNNCE College of Engineering Shivamogga

#

Name

Project title

Nature of presentation

Place

1

a)     Athamanand

b)   Nagaveni M

c)    PattemJoshna

d)   Praveen Kumar

Guide: Prof. Jyothi P

Li-fi Based indoor navigation system for Visually Impaired People

KSCST

SIT Mangalore

2

a)     Ullas

b)  Vignesh

c)   Vishnu

d)  Vishwas

Guide: Prof. Sudhakara H.M.

 

Brain Controlled wheel chair

KSCST

SIT Mangalore

3

a)     Ranjith

b)    Shreyas

c)     Sudhina K

d)    Shreya J Fransics

Guide- Prof. Pradeep Kumar K

Automatic Navigation alert system for fisherman using GPS & GSM techniques

AIET Project exhibition

First Place

Moodbidri

4

a)     Deepika

b)    Deekshitha C

c)     Manali Jain

d)    BinduPatil

Guide- Prof. Shreedevi S

Interfacing Device for Deaf & Dumb using ATMEGA 328 Processor

AIET Project exhibition

Second Place

Moodbidri

5

a)     Ranjith

b)    Shreyas

c)     Sudhina K

d)    Shreya J Fransics

Guide- Prof. Pradeep Kumar K

 

Automatic Navigation alert system for fisherman using GPS & GSM techniques

INSEF Securing Silver Medal

AIET Moodbidri

6

a)     Akshaykumar V B

b)    Anuraj

c)     Kadappa

d)    MadanGopal

Guide – Prof. Mahendra H N

Automatic railway crack detection

INSEF Securing Silver Medal

AIET Moodbidri

#

Name

KAUSHALA 2017 Skill Development System for Workforce, Engineers and Managers

Place

1

a)     HarshitSommanna

b)    AnushreeShettighar

c)     Ashok Singh Rajphorith

Guide: Department Staff

 

Module on Embedded systems & various others modules

Secured 1st  Place

AIET Moodbidri

2

a)     Ranjith

b)   Shreekanth

c)    Sandesh

d)   Praveen Kumar

Guide: Prof. Pradeep Kumar K

Module on Embedded systems

Secured 3rd Place

AIET Moodbidri


Students from 7th Sem (Ms. Ashraya, Ms.Melita Renita Cordoza, Mr. Vasanth Kamath, Ms. Preema Disha D'Souza, Ms. Pratheeksha S Shetty, Ms. Rashmi K S, Ms.Shetty Achali Chandrahas) pursued internship from Videocon India Ltd., Bangalore.

Two Project batches from 7th Sem (Divya, Swapna, Divya M.T, Mithaly Shetty, Ravindra, Dhananjaya K, Karthik Shetty, Avinash Nayak) got selected to pursue their final year project under the guidance of Dr. Ganesh Murthy from Mercedes Benz Private Ltd, Mangalore..

One Project batch from 7th Sem (Navya P, Swathi G Gudadawar, Anjali Sharma) got selected to pursue their final year project under the guidance of Mr. K. L. Muralidhara., Assistant Manager, Quality Assurance, L&T Medical Equipments & Systems, Mysore

One Project batch from 7th Sem (Shreekanth Suvarna, Gowrish, Santhosh B, Prajwal M Nayak) got selected to pursue their final year project under the guidance of Mr. Lachi Thirumala Reddy , BHEL, Malleshwaram-Bangalore.

One Project batch from 7th Sem (S Pradeep Kumar, Hareesh K, Manohar GD, Abdul Ajmal) got selected to pursue their final year project under the guidance of Mr. Dharanidharan & Mayilvahanam, TITAN Industries Limited, Hosur.

6 Industrial Visit

INDUSTRIAL VISIT 2018-19


Master Control Facility(MCF), HASSAN

The Master Control Facility (MCF) is a facility set up by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in the city of Hassan in the Indian state of Karnataka. Established in 1982, this facility is responsible for monitoring and controlling geostationary and geosynchronous satellites launched by ISRO. This was the only Master Control Facility of ISRO till another one was established in Bhopal in 2005.


Establishment

When ISRO wanted a control facility, it inspected various sites that were offered to it within India. ISRO chose Hassan as the location (Location on Google Maps) because it was free of noise and encountered less terrestrial transmission than other proposed sites. Low interference was a must since the facility should be able to pick up even very weak signals from the satellite. The land to set up this facility was spread across 17.2 hectares and offered by the Governmebnt of Karnataka.

Internal divisions

The MCF has three internal divisions; the Spacecraft Control CentreMission Control Centre and the Earth station.


Spacecraft Control Centre

This centre is responsible for controlling satellites and various commands are sent from this centre to the satellite to undertake the desired operations.


Mission Control Centre

This centre plays a major role main during the launch of the satellite and its initial period in space. This is the place where the Mission Director and the different designers of the various modules in the satellite keep a watch on the functioning of the satellite. They do this by studying and comprehending the various parameters of satellite via telemetry signals that the satellites send, related to the health of its various modules. In case of any deviation from the prescribed limits of the parameters, an automatic alarm is sounded and the respective designers discuss with the Mission Director and send corrections to the satellite from this centre.


Earth station

MCF has an integrated facility consisting of seven earth stations. The earth stations are assisted by an antenna array which provides the communication link between the satellite and the MCF (The link from earth station to satellite is UPLINK and from satellite to earth station is DOWNLINK). The MCF has 3 full-motion and about a dozen limited-motion antennas. The full-motion antennas can be turned around 360° and can be tilted from zero° to 90° in elevation. They send commands to the satellite, receive signals from it, thereby also helping to check that the satellite is in orbit. The full motion antennas are mostly used during the satellite launch and once the satellite is in its prescribed orbit, the limited motion antennas take over the communication link with the satellite. 


Satellites

Currently MCF controls the following 19 satellites: INSAT-3C, KALPANA-1, INSAT-3A, INSAT-4A, INSAT-4B, INSAT-4CR, GSAT-8, GSAT-12, GSAT-10, IRNSS-1A, INSAT-3D, GSAT-7, GSAT-14, IRNSS-1B, IRNSS-1C, GSAT-16 IRNSS-1D, GSAT-6 and GSAT-15 satellites. Of these 19 satellites 16 are controlled from MCF Hassan and three are controlled from MCF Bhopal (INSAT-3C, INSAT-4CR and GSAT-12.) In October 1997, the MCF lost contact with the INSAT-2D satellite which was a serious blow to ISRO. This glitch also affected the National Stock Exchange at Mumbai which had to suspend trading on October 3, 1997 till the VSAT terminals which it depended on were transferred to INSAT-2A.Previously, this facility also controlled ISRO's earlier generation of satellites, like the INSAT-1B.

GSAT-10 was successfully launched on 29 September 2012 at 2:48 am (IST) on board Ariane-5 rocket from Europe's spaceport in French Guiana. It has been put in its defined slot of 83° East. GSAT-10 carries the 12 high power Ku-band transponders, 6 extended C-Band Transponders each having a bandwidth of 36 MHz with power of 15 W, 12 C-Band transponders and GAGAN Navigation payload.


INSAT Master Control Facility

The INSAT Master Control Facility is one of the centers of Indian Space Research Organisation, which is responsible for post-launch operations on INSAT, GSAT and IRNSS satellites including orbit manoeuvres, station-keeping, on-orbit and decommissioning operations. INSAT MCF of ISRO are located at two locations, Hassan in the South Indian state of Karnataka and at Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. At present, the centers support on-orbit operations of INSAT-3C, KALPANA-1, INSAT-3A, INSAT-4A, INSAT-4B, INSAT-4CR, GSAT-8, GSAT-12, GSAT-10, IRNSS-1A, INSAT-3D, GSAT-7, GSAT-14, IRNSS-1B, IRNSS-1C, GSAT-16, IRNSS-1D, GSAT-6 and GSAT-15 satellites.

The students of 5th semester visited the following companies on 11 and 12th October 2018,

  1. IISc (Indian Institute of science)
  2. BEL (Bharat Electronics Limited)
  3. All India Radio (AIR)

The  Indian Institute of Science  (IISc,  or  just  “The  Institute”)  was established in 1909 by a visionary   partnership   between   the   industrialist   Jamshetji  Nusserwanji  Tata,   the   Maharaja   of Mysore,  and  the  Government  of  India.  Over  the  106  years,  since  its  establishment,  IISc  has become  the  premier  institute  for  advanced  scientific  and  technological  research  and  education  in India.   Since   its   inception,   the   Institute   has   laid   balanced   emphasis   on  the   pursuit   of  basic knowledge  in  science  and  engineering,  as  well  as  on  the  application  of  its  research  findings  for industrial  and  social  benefit.  In the  words  of its  founder,  J  N  Tata,  the  objectives  of the  Institute are  “ To  provide  for  advanced  instruction  and  to  conduct  original  investigations  in  all  branches  of knowledge  as are likely  to promote the material  and industrial  welfare  of India”.

Bharat Electronics Limited

The students visited the PCB sections of BEL. PCB stands for printed circuit boards. They are called “printed” because circuits are printed by copper tracks on glass epoxy board. A PCB consists of a conducting layer that is made up of thin copper lines. Board may be single sided or double or multi sided. Single side PCB have tracks or connections on one side of the board. Double sided PCB can have connections on both side of the board, electronic components are connected by through-hole plating. This is done by copper plating the walls of each hole so as to connect the connect the conductive layers of the PCB. However, on both types components are placed on one side of the board.

 

PCB Design and Development

PCB layout must be drawn using PC. There are many PCB design packages available, a few of which are freeware. Before drawing a layout in PC a complete circuit must be drawn on a paper including pin number of the components used. PCB design is always done from the top of the board, looking through bottom layer as if they were transparent. Prepare computer layout as per the circuit diagram by placing various components on the layout using PCB design software. Draw tracks for connecting one component to other. Pads are inserted to place leaded component. Pad dimension is selected depending on the size of the component lead. Via’s connect the tracks from one side to another side of the board by the ways of hole in the board. Once the layout is drawn on computer the next step is to take print layout using printer. Take printout on white sheet and get film done on transparent sheet by professional film maker. Film is also prepared by film makers directly by the soft copy of the drawing.

All India Radio

As India’s National Broadcaster and also the premier Public Service Broadcaster, All India Radio (AIR) has been serving to inform, educate and entertain the masses since it's inception, truly living up to its motto – ‘Bahujan Hitaya : Bahujan Sukhaya’. One of the largest broadcasting organisations in the world in terms of the number of languages of broadcast, the spectrum of socio-economic and cultural diversity it serves, AIR’s home service comprises 420 stations today located across the country, reaching nearly 92% of the country’s area and 99.19 % of the total population. AIR originates programming in 23 languages and 179 dialects.

Commissioned on 2nd November 1955, All India Radio Bangalore is the capital station of Karnataka.  The broadcasting set up was housed in a rented building named ‘Cubbon House’. This is now a heritage building which was earlier owned by Humayun Mirza, who was the son of Sir Mirza Ismail, the illustrious Dewan of Mysore. The new studio complex built during 1981 now houses Primary Channel, FM Rainbow, Vividh Bharathi, Amrithavarshini (Classical Music Channel), DTH channel and External Services (Kannada) channels

All India Radio, Bangalore has successfully endeavoured to serve the cause of Kannada language, land and Culture while instilling the sense of National Integration and the spirit of Democracy among its listeners. Vividh Bharati established in 1970, did open up the first opportunities to advertise the products and services of proactive businessmen. The new wave of ‘infotainment’ broadcasting with new FM Technology started with the commissioning of FM Rainbow dubbed as the entertainment channel on 1st September 2001. Amrithavarshini.   India’s
first ever Classical Music Channel, launched on 26th January 2004 became an instant hit as it addressed the need for aesthetically pleasing musical experience. Presently, Direct To Home (DTH) services carry the broadcasts of Primary Channel, FM Rainbow and Amrithavarshini (on Raagam DTH) to the nook and corner of our country. Kannada Service of External Services Division broadcasts to reach out to the listeners in the Middle East.With its varied experiments in broadcasting techniques since its inception AIR, Bangalore has the rare distinction of being called the ‘Broadcasting Laboratory’ of the country.

Industrial Visit to Vaarahi on 26-09-2016 to 27-09-2016

5th semester (2016-17) batch had been to industrial visit on 26-09-2016 to 27-09-2016. 110 students along with 4 faculty members had been visited to 3 places during the Industrial visit (IISC-Bangalore, NITTE Meenakshi College-Bangalore, All-India-Radio-Bangalore. At NITTE Meenakshi College-Bangalore they got the required idea about MEMS and how to start the basic approach in designing the sensors.


At Indian Institute of Science (IISc) campus students were practically exposed to all the research labs of fabrication like lithography lab, etching lab, developing the photo film on semiconductors, oxidation, silicon wafer extraction, designing and fabrication of some sensors, IC’s and semiconductor devices lab.


At All India Radio (AIR) students got to know about some basic technologies involved in Digital, TV & radio transmission & reception of signals.

Industrial Visit to Vaarahi on 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.





Industrial Visit to Mysore on 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.

LARSEN & TOUBRO

L & T products & services is based on electrical automation, relays, meters, automation products & systems. Electrical & automation business comprises low & medium voltage switch gear, electrical systems, marine switch gear, electrical & automation system integration. It is leading player in electricity metering segment in India.

Here we were taught about the manufacturing process of single and three phase meters. We were also given a brief information about how the testing and packing of meters is done. And also they briefed about principle of working.

L & T also manufactures vacuum contactor units and circuit breakers. Hence we could gain overview idea of different types of relays that are manufactured, meters & low voltage devices.



ACE COMPONENTS

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.

7 Unique Labs

 ROBOTICS

Sponsored by MHRD under the National Mission on Education through ICT program.

An initiative by IIT Bombay that aims to create the next generation of embedded systems engineers with a practical outlook to help provide practical solutions to some of the real world problems.

e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI)

e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI) is a college level program under which colleges are encouraged to setup robotics labs. AIET is privileged to be a part of this initiative since 2013. Our college has conducted a workshop on robotics to students for the consecutive two years. This workshop has helped our students in knowing the basics and programming a robotic kit.

VISION

e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI) is a college-level program under which colleges are encouraged to set up robotics labs. AIET is privileged to be a part of this initiative since 2013. Our college has conducted a workshop on robotics to students for the consecutive two years. This workshop has helped our students in knowing the basics and programming a robotic kit

 e-Yantra Robotics Competition(eYRC)


e-Yantra Robotics Competition (eYRC) is a unique annual competition for undergraduate students in science and engineering colleges. Selected teams are given a robotic kit complete with accessories and video tutorials to help them learn basic concepts in embedded systems and microcontroller programming. Abstracts of real-world problems assigned as "themes" are then implemented by the teams using the robotic kits. The winners of this competition will get a cash prize and offered a summer internship at IITB through e-Yantra Summer Internship Program.

 

AIET has always encouraged its students to take part in e-yantra robotics competition.

e-YRC 2014 Competition


In the e-Yantra robotics Competition, 2014 all the final year Project batches of ECE department Participated event only one batch cleared prelims and bagged 7th position in the final. The theme assigned for the batch was "Fire Fighting Robot” they were awarded with Successful Completion Certificate from IIT Bombay.

#

Name

USN

Title

Guide

1

Nizammuddin

4AL11EC033

Fire Fighting Robot

 

 

Mr. Santhosh S.

2

D Souza Deepakraj

4AL11EC024

3

Darshan D N

4AL11EC019

4

Kanthesh Jogi

4AL11EC031

 

e-YRC 2015 Competition


In the e-Yantra robotics Competition, 2015 all the final year Project batches of ECE department Participated but no one cleared prelims.

 

e-YRC 2016 Competition


#

Name

USN

Title

Guide

1

Anoop Raj A R

4AL12EC017

Search and Rescue Robot

 

 

Mr. Santhosh S.

2

Chaitra M

4AL12EC026

3

ChetanSuvarna

4AL12EC027

4

RoopaMotilalRahod

4AL12EC064

In the e-Yantra robotics Competition 2016 all the final year Project batches of ECE department Participated and 5 batches cleared prelims. All the five batches attended second round but two batches cleared for third round. Assigned theme for both the batches was “Search and Rescue Robot”. 

 

#

Name

USN

Title

Guide

1

AtionRoja H N

4AL12EC024

Search and Rescue Robot

 

 

Mr. Santhosh S.

2

RiaVinithaDsouza

4AL12EC063

3

AnchanDivyalaxmiDiwakar

4AL12EC015

4

Rashmitha  M

4AL12EC061

 

e-YRC 2017 Competition


 In the e-Yantra robotics Competition, 2017 all the final year Project batches of ECE department Participated and only one batch got selected in the prelims. The selected batch then cleared the second and third task assigned under the theme called “Feeder Weeder robot”.  In the finals they bagged second prize in the sixth edition of National-level e-Yantra Robotics Competition (eYRC-2017) held at IIT Bombay from March 22 to 24.

 

#

Name

USN

Title

Guide

1

Arun Kumar 

4AL14EC011

Feeder Weeder Robot

 

 

Mr. Santhosh S.

2

Chethak

4AL14EC023

3

Deepika

4AL14EC027

4

Rohan Sonal Dsouza

4AL13EC067

 

 

eYRC 2018-19

Theme Home coming


#

Batch

Name

USN

Theme

Guide Name

1

Batch-1

Patel Davis Shashikant

4AL16EC045

Home Coming

Mr.  Santhosh S

2

Chesmi B R

4AL16EC100

3

Karthik J

4AL16EC030

4

Anju Thomas

4AL16EC003

 

India is a home to a number of varied species of flora and fauna. The different habitats include Oceans, Wetlands, Forest, Grasslands, Deserts, and Mountains etc. After visiting a plethora of fauna in our Jungle Safari we find different types of animals and their natural habitats.

The theme includes building and training a robot to negotiate a path on the arena, which is an abstraction of eco system in grid form, and visit animals and their habitats. Identification is done by algorithms based on Machine Learning and path traversal using sensors. The identified animals have to be picked and placed in their respective habitats.

Theme Nutty Squirrel


The ecology has discrete organisms which functions based on the factors and weather conditions of the environment.  Let us consider a squirrel as an example where in its essential features are sniffing, accumulation of food, storage of food during winter and provide protection to it from predators. Mimicking the features of squirrel we have brought an e-bot which traverses the path free of obstacle, senses the nut using color sensor then segregates the nuts based on the threshold value of the color and places in appropriate positions. Explaining this with examples each of which like, color sensing ability is imbibed in food production and quality check industry. Lifting mechanism used for our e-bot is used at a larger scale in stacker crane which lifts heavy duty objects. The traversal of path where obstacles could be avoided is used in road navigation and traffic detection.

 

#

Batch

Name

USN

Theme

Guide Name

1

Batch-2

Ms. Sangeetha S V  

4AL16EC064

Nutty Squirrel

Mr. Santhosh S

2

Mr. Sangamesh Kajagar

4AL16ECO79

3

Mr. Samrath Jain N 

4AL16EC063

4

Ms. Shilpa N         

4AL16EC071

 



MEMS LAB


Microelectromechanical systems are the technology of microscopic devices, particularly those with moving parts. It merges at the nano-scale into nano-electromechanical systems (NEMS) and nanotechnology. MEMS are also referred to as micromachines in Japan, or micro systems technology (MST) in Europe.


MEMS are made up of components between 1 and 100 micrometres in size and MEMS devices generally range in size from 20 micrometres to a millimeter, although components arranged in arrays (e.g., Digital micromirror devices) can be more than 1000mm2. They usually consist of a central unit that processes data (the microprocessor) and several components that interact with the surroundings such as microsensors.

Inauguration of MEMS LAB was conducted on 26.11.2016 by the well know personalities Padmavibhushana Dr. vasudev K aatre (Former DG-DRDO & scientific advisor, Defence Ministry of India) ,Dr. Prakash D Mangalgiri (Group director ADA Bangalore), Dr. M Mohan Alva(chairmen), Sri Vivek Alva(managing trustee), Dr. Peter Fernandies(principal), Dr. D V Manjunatha(HOD, E&CE Dept.) &Sri. Praveen J (Dean academics),


Projects carried out by the students include antenna, co-axial cable & Electric Sensor design in MEMS Lab.


1.Design of Branch Line Coupler using MEMS

2.Design of Electric Sensors for water purification using MEMS Comsol Multiphysics.

3.Design and Simulation of MEMS SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE SENSOR

MEMS is the process technology used to create timing integrated devices or systems that combine mechanical and electrical components. They are fabricated using integrated circuits(IC) batch processing techniques and can range in size from a few micrometres to millimetres.

The MEMS system exists today in many environments LIKE agriculture, automotive, medical, consumer, industrial and aerospace.  Their potential for future tunnelling into a broad range of applications is real, supported by progressive activities both by academia and industry in all streams of engineering. The development of MEMS is inherently interdisciplinary, necessitating an understanding of the fabrication methods.

8 Forum Activities

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 Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers Students Forum’ on 16/02/19.

Dr. H S Bhatia addressed the gathering and spoke about how important the Electronics and Communication Engineering plays a role in enhancing the interdisciplinary engineering branches.

The guest of honour for the event Prof. C Murali delivered a technical talk on ‘Emerging trends in Electronics and Communication for better tomorrow’ after the inaugural ceremony.

 


IMPERIUM-2018-19- National level Inter-collegiate Tech-Fest


 “IMPERIUM-2019” is a TECH-FEST conducted under the Electronics and Communication Department’s student forum ‘Evionics’ on 4th and 5th April, 2019. The event is a 2 day fest which has events from electronics domain and general events like Mock-Press, Paper Presentation, Gaming zone, Tech-Charades. The Electronic events were Makethon – circuit debugging, Tech-Quiz etc. On4th April, 2019, the inaugural ceremony of IMPERIUM took place at AIET Auditorium at 10:00am. The chief guest of the ceremony was Mr. Vijay K Hegde, Senior Technology Architect - Infosys, President of the ceremony was Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, Alva’s Education Foundation.


AGAMYA-2018-19 | “Donate for cause, not for applause”, this was the motto for AGAMYA-2019.


“AGAMYA” is a charity event conducted every year under the Electronics and Communication Department’s student forum ‘Evionics’. Every year for the event, fund is raised from students and faculties  of our organization to provide the needy in the society as a charity. It includes orphanages, special school etc.  Last year the event was at Saanidhya Special School, Mangalore. “SAANIDHYA”,Residential school and training Centre for differently abled.

This year, the ‘Roman and Catherine Lobo residential school for visually impaired was recognized. The school is located in Mangalore north block of Dakshina Kannada. The school aims at providing quality education from Class 1 to 7 in braille (script used for reading and writing of the visually impaired) which includes English, Kannada, Hindi, Science, Mathematics, Social studies etc. The school believes that disability is neither a curse nor a disease and can be resolved with proper guidance and reachability. The school has 30 students whose education is total free of cost. The school is in supervision of Mr. CalistusD’sa, Principal of Roman and Catherine Lobo school.

The fund of this year was done by donating money and conducting fund raising events like technical workshops for the first year BE students on “Introduction of C” and “Arduino Hands on”. Various sports events were conducted like cricket and throwball.

On 18/03/2019Mr. CalistusD’sa was escorted to AIET for the formal program of AGAMYA by the student coordintors. The program was graced by, Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD Dept. of ECE, Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD Dept. of CSE, Mr. Sachin K Faculty coordinator for students forum, Mr. Dheeraj Shetty,  Student President and Mr. Manish Poojary Student secretary. Ms. Aishwarya, student of final year ECE  was the host for the day. The program started by welcoming the chief guest Mr. CalistusD’sa with a floral welcome.Dr. D V Manjunatha spoke to the gathering on the occasion who applauded the student community for taking up the societal issues and helping them. He mentioned that the life lessons learnt at AGAMYA should be followed through out the life and always help the needy in the society.


AGAMYA-2K17 | “Donate for cause, not for applause”, this was the motto for AGAMYA-2K17.


 

To conduct this charity event the place choosen was Saanidhya Special School, Mangalore. “SAANIDHYA”,Residential school and training Centre for differently abled was formed in the year 2003 which stands by the meaning “God’s Place” continues to develop capabilities and talents of differently abled children/adults by providing comprehensive training and pre-employment experience with specially built comfortable residential facilities. This residential school consists of 160 students and 52 faculties. The residential school is in supervision of  Mr. Vasanth Kumar Shetty.

Funds were raised from almost all the students of AEF and staff members of AIET. After the fund collection the students of department of ECE visited Saanidhya School on 25/10/2017 and conducted few events like paper craft, painting, fun games and spent a day with the students and also provided them snacks.

On 28/10/2017 the students of Saanidhya school were brought to AIET campus for the formal program of AGAMYA. The program was graced by Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal , AIET, Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD Dept. of ECE, Dr. Praveen J, Dean Academics, Mrs. Suma, Assistant administrator, Saanidhya School, Mr. Nishanth Shetty and Mr. Sudhir Hegde, alumni. The program was formally inaugurated by the dignitaries by lighting the lamp. After the inauguration the students were briefed about Saanidhya by Mrs. Suma followed by the presidential speech by Dr. Peter Fernandes where he appreciated the management and students of Saanidhya and also the students of ECE,AIET for conducting such a great event.

The winners of the games conducted on 25/10/2017 at Saanidhya school were awarded with prizes and also the National level winners of different sports were honored.

LED Television was donated to them.

The students of Saanidhya presented an act on “AMAR JAVAAN” which was attractive and was appreciated by the audience. And the program was concluded with lunch.


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 age Home, Suratkal on 24th September, 2016. They interacted with the people of the old age home, spent quality time and gave them some essential items that they required.

A group of students had also spent a day with the students of Chetana Special School, Karkala on 6th October, 2016. They spoke to the students and got to know that most of them excelled in sports and the school lacked sufficient sports equipments. The students bought the required sports equipments and supplied to students of the special school along with caps required for their NCC march past.

A group of students spent a day at SDM integrated school, Vamanjoor on 2nd October, 2016. On 7th October, 2016 some students had visited the students of Govt.school, Yedapadavu and organized a few games and competitions for the students of the school. The students had also contributed a LCD projector to the school.

In order to raise money for the DaanUtsav program, money was raised by conducting a few games and competitions in the college campus after class hours. A total amount of Rs. 63,925/- was raised. An amount of Rs. 10,000 was given to a student from computer science department of our college who was suffering from a medical condition.

A formal function of Daan Utsav was conducted in the college campus on 8th October, 2016 from 11:00 am onwards at the MBA Seminar Hall, AIET.

The students of AIET also entertained the guests by a dance and skit performance. The program concluded with prize distribution of the competitions conducted for the AIET students to raise money for Daan Utsav and the vote of thanks was proposed by Anushree, a student of 3rd year.


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING FORUM ACTIVITIES


MODEL UNITED NATIONS (MUN)



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 in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations. MUN involves and teaches researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork and leadership abilities.

Participants in Model UN conferences, known as delegates. Two members in a team are allowed to register and were asked to mail a description on “freedom of speech”. Based on the description delegates were selected for the next round. There were 2 rounds on the day of event. Round 1 consists of group discussion and Quiz. Round 2 consists of PPT. Delegates conduct research before conference and formulate positions that they will then debate with their fellow delegates in the committee, staying true to the actual position of the country they represent. At the end of the conference, the best performing delegates in each committee, as well as best opposing delegates, were recognized with awards.

On 29th March 2016, chief guest Mr. Ramani Venkat and the president of the event Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, formally inaugurated the event at MBA Seminar Hall, AIET. After giving a brief introduction about MUN to the participants, we began with the proceedings. Both quiz and group discussions were conducted simultaneously. One member from each team had to participate in any one of the event. The quiz was hosted by Ms. Deeksha Shetty, in which the participants were asked questions regarding UN. The group discussion was conducted by Mr.Deepakraj Assistant professor, ECE Dept., AIET, Mijar. The topic given in the group discussion was related to general affairs. Soon after the group discussion and the quiz, we began the presentation round, were the delegates of different countries spoke about their country and current affairs. The participants were questioned by the panel of judges which consisted of Mr.Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF Mr. Ramani Venkat, Mr.Ravindra Shenoy, Dr. Kurian, Principal, Alva’s Degree College. The delegates of different countries were also given the opportunity to question the delegates on the stage. Finally the cumulated score of all the 3 rounds were added and the best delegate and the best opposition were awarded. The best delegate award was bagged by Gautam and Krishna from MITE, Moodbidri. The best opposition was baged by Rubin and Machiar from Alva’s Degree College.

End of the day, Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF, spoke about how the event can be organized at much higher scale. Adding on, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET appreciated the department for organizing and initiating such a responsible event. Once again, we thank each and every one behind such an event.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

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 an innovative event AGAMYA-2015 (I HAVE A DREAM) with social concern to support the specially abled students of Alva’s Special School, Moodbidri. It was a great experience and learning throughout.

On 3rd October 2015, a pre - visit to Alva’s Special School, Moodbidri was done by a team of 15 students including faculties and students. Our students interacted with the students of special school and tried their best to know the wishes of them. Several visits were made to know their wishes and understand them better.

On 31st October 2015, in the absence of Dr. Mohan Alva, the day’s chief guest, our beloved Managing Trustee Mr. Vivek Alva formally inaugurated the event at auditorium, AIET. The students of Alva’s Special School arrived at 10.30 a.m. with a grand welcome by our students. Several events like dance, singing, Skit, mad ads and so on were organized to entertain the students of Special school and the gathering. All the students of Special school were individually escorted on to the stage and introduced by our students to the gathering followed by presenting them a baggage which consisted of few study materials, gaming boards along with some goodies according to their wishes. A wonderful, heart touching moment was a stage performance “Tulunada Vibhava”, a dance cum act given by the students of Alva’s Special school. A DVD player, a TV and a water purifier were also presented to the Alva’s Special School from the Department. The students also celebrated the birthday of 3 students of Alva’s Special School whose birth dates were in the same month.

End of the day, Mr. Vivek Alva speaking about the event reminded us about our responsibility in educating those innocent students to lead a respectable independent life in the society. Adding on, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET appreciated the department for organizing and initiating such a responsible event for a social concern. The event won many hearts and rooted the seeds of concern about the specially abled section of the society. Once again we thank each and every one behind such a wonderful event.

9 Certification Courses

 

CERTIFICATE COURSE ON 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.

 


CERTIFICATE COURSE ON MAT LAB & SIMULINK

Department of Electronics and Communication 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.


 


Department of Electronics and Communication 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.


Department of Electronics and Communication 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.

 


Department of Electronics and Communication 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.

 


Dept of Electronics and Communication Engineering organized a BSNL training for 5 days, conducted by V.G Nayak, Senior Telecom Engineer at TELECOM House at Pandeshwar, Mangalore from 24/08/2015 to 29/08/2015.


Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering organized a BSNL training for 5 days conducted by  V.G Nayak, Senior Telecom Engineer at TELECOM House at Pandeshwar, Mangalore from 21/07/2014 to 25/07/2014.

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News Letter (2018-19)

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11 Placements
12 Internship
13 Faculty
Sl. No Name (s) of the Teaching Faculty Designation Qualifications Photo
      UG PG Doctorate  
01. Dr. D V Manjunatha Professor & HOD B.E M.Tech Ph.D
02. Dr. Dattatraya Professor & Dean (Plan) B.E M.Tech Ph.D
03. Dr. Praveen J Professor & Dean (Aca) 
(CSE/ECE/ISE)
B.E M. Tech Ph.D
04. Prof.Edwin Professor B.E MS  
05. Dr. Richard Pinto Professor     Ph.D
06. Dr. Shankar B B Associate Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D
07. Mr.Sudhakara H M Associate Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
08. Mr. Parveez Shariff B G Associate Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
09. Mr. Prasanna Kumar Associate Professor B.E M.Tech  
10. Mrs. Jyothi Pramal Asst Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
11. Ms. Sahana K Adyanthaya Asst Professor B.E M.Tech -
12. Mrs. Vijetha T S Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
13. Mr. Santhosh S Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
14. Mr. Yuvaraja T Sr Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
15. Mr. Deepak Raj Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
16. Mr. Aneesh Jain M .V Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
17. Mr. Sushanth Lobo Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
18. Mrs. Tanya Mendez Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
19. Mr. Sachin K Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
20. Ms. Kumari Shruthi Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
21. Mr Govindaraju P Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech (Ph.D)
22. Mrs. Bhargavi Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
23. Mrs. Nishma Asst. Professor B.E M.Tech -
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