Electronics and Communication Engineering

ANALOG ELECTRONICS LABORATORY
The goal of this laboratory is to provide students to understand the basic building blocks of electronics components like various diodes, transistor, oscillators & amplifiers, application of diode like clipper, clamper & rectifiers through hands on experience in realization, calculation & design of various circuits.
This laboratory introduces the students to the basics of PN Junction Diode, Zener Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistor by drawing their characteristics and inferring parameters from that characteristics. This lab also put focus on the applications of diodes which includes design & realization of Clipper Circuits, Clamper Circuits, and Rectifier Circuits, application of transistor which includes oscillators like Hartley, Colpitt’s & Crystal. Students will also learn the individual circuits like Voltage regulator ICs, Emitter Follower circuit.

Electronics and communication engineering
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY
This laboratory lays the foundation for the Electronics and Communication Engineering students during second year of their course. The objective of this lab is to make the students familiar with digital gates IC, Counters, Flip flops and memory.
Digital electronics is the basics of modern digital technology hence this lab is well equipped with Digital Trainer kits by TMI SYSTEMS. The trainer kit is equipped with on-board breadboard ,pulse generator, led to indicate the output and switches as input This lab is currently functioning at FFR2 block and is extended over 200sqr.ft Student can design and verify various circuits like module counter, flip flops, multiplexers, decoders and encoders ,
The lab also gives hands-on session on HDL in order to understand the need of hardware simulation.

Electronics and communication engineering
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS LABORATORY WITH MATLAB
The laboratory has unlimited user Licensed MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB.This lab introduces the students to various signal processing techniques using MATLAB®. MATLAB® - introduction, simple calculations; MATLAB environment; Arrays and vectors; Plotting graphs; Control statements; Matrices and vectors; MATLAB functions; Eigenvectors and singular value decomposition; Complex numbers. Students will practically visualize all theoretical concepts those are discussed in class room such as Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals, Signal Transformations, Continuous and Discrete Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems, Convolution Sum and Convolution Integral, Response of LTI systems, Fourier Series and Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform and Z -Transform.

Electronics and communication engineering
ANALOG COMMUNICATION LABORATORY
The goal of this laboratory is to provide students to understand the basic building blocks of analog communication systems through hands-on experience in the design, configuration and evaluation of components and sub-systems employed, through software and hardware implementation.
This lab introduces the students to the fundamentals of analog communication techniques using various analyzing tools. Analysis of Signal Spectra using Spectrum Analyzer, Analysis of Mixing Operation using Spectrum Analyzer, AM Modulation and Demodulation, DSBSC Modulation and Demodulation, SSB Generation and Detection.FM Modulation and Demodulation, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis, Frequency Division Multiplexing and De-multiplexing, Frequency Multiplier, IF Amplifier, Frequency Synthesizer, Radio Receiver Measurements, Transmission Lines Parameters, Simulation of Analog Modulation (AM/DSBSC/SSB/FM) and Demodulation Techniques using MATLAB/LAB-VIEW/SIMULINK. Electronics and communication engineering

MICROCONTROLLER AND APPLICATIONS LABORATORY
The Microcontroller and application Lab helps students develop their knowledge on basics of Microcontroller and its applications. The controller used for the demonstration here belongs to 8051 family. It helps students to understand the concepts of interfacing the various types of hardware. It also explains programming them as per the user’s requirement. The lab explores working of microcontroller and goes into detail of interfacing devices like LCD, LED display, Keypad and buzzer etc. The Microcontroller Application Lab is spread over 200 sqr.ft currently located at DGL2. In order to make this lab a real experience for students we are using the ALS –MB-EVAL-03 89C51ED2 Embedded Evaluation Board with onboard interfaces and power supply (5v, 1.5A). For programming and simulation of the program Keil UVision5 is used. This lab is a special experience for the students as it provides hands on experience to interface I/O devices, perform A/D and D/A conversions, design digital clock, traffic light control system etc., The features and facilities available in this laboratory helps the students to do their projects and enhance their knowledge on the latest trends and technologies. Students from other branch of Engineering also make use of this laboratory and develop their skills in the field of Microcontrollers and their applications.Electronics and communication engineering

MICROPROCESSOR PROGRAMMING AND INTERFACING LABORATORY
Microprocessors Programming and Interfacing laboratory helps the students to develop their knowledge on processor architecture, and the programming skills. This laboratory provides students with hand-on experience to learn about assembly language programming, CPU, memory and I/O design, interfacing programmable peripheral device such as Stepper Motor, Elevator interface, Seven Segment display, digit key interfacing, LCD Display and to perform conversion such as A/D and D/A. The features and facilities available in this laboratory helps the students to do their projects and enhance their knowledge on the latest trends and technologies. Students from other branch of Engineering also make use of this laboratory and develop their skills in the field of Microprocessors Programming and Interfacing. Electronics and communication engineering

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY
Digital Signal Processing is a technique that converts signals from real world sources (usually in analog form) into digital data that can then be analyzed. Analysis is performed in digital form because once a signal has been reduced to numbers; its components can be isolated, analyzed and rearranged more easily than in analog form. Digital Signal Processing (DSP) applications are becoming more prevalent in everyday use. Because of this widespread usage and advances in computer technology, the DSP algorithms themselves are being subjected to more demanding specifications. There is a constant need for designing systems with lower power, higher speed and less space and to achieve this we are developing new algorithms, techniques. Digital signal processing laboratory helps the students to learn, analyze and design the techniques that give core knowledge for DSP engineers to develop the laboratory aims at supporting the teaching and research activities in the area of DSP. The laboratory has both software tools and DSP processors- both fixed point and floating point. The laboratory has unlimited user Licensed MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB. Students also use TMS 320C6748 floating-point DSP. Programing of the DSP chip is done in C (Code Composer Studio) language using the Code Composer Studio integrated development environment. Electronics and communication engineering

LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT LABORATORY
The goal of this laboratory is to provide students to understand the basic building blocks of Operational Amplifier (OP-AMP) using IC 741 through hands-on experience in realization, design & calculation of various parameters & aspects using trainer kits. This lab will also cater the applications using IC 555 Timer.
This laboratory introduce the students to the basic applications of closed loop OP-MAP as: Inverting & Non-Inverting Circuits, Adders & Subtractor, Integrator & Differentiator, Precision Half wave & Full Wave Rectifiers and calculating various parameters like Slew Rate, Bandwidth & Maximum Operating frequency. This laboratory also introduces the advanced applications of closed loop OP-AMP in realizing the frequency responses of High pass & low pass filters, Oscillators. Students will also learn the important aspect of IC 555 timer as Monostable & Astable Multivibrator.Electronics and communication engineering

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LABORATORY
The goal of this laboratory is to provide students to understand the basic building blocks of digital communication systems through hands-on experience in the design, configuration and evaluation of components and sub-systems employed, through software and hardware implementation.
This laboratory introduce the students to the fundamentals of digital communication techniques such as: Sampling and reconstruction of analog signals, Generation and detection of time division multiplexing and demultiplexing, PCM transmission, Differential PCM, Delta modulation and detection, Generation of ASK signals and detection, Generation of PSK signals and detection, Generation of FSK signals and detection. The generation of microwave signal and the measurement of various parameters of variety of antennas. Students will learn through Matlab and PSpice simulation software followed by experimental verification. Electronics and communication engineering

VLSI DESIGN LABORATORY
This lab introduces the students to the various VLSI design techniques for both Analog and Digital devices. A number of VLSI tools will facilitate the student to learn the intricacies in designing such systems. The design and simulation using Cadence tool will help the student to understand the operation of basic inverter, NAND and NOR gate. The students will also able to analyze the characteristics and parameters of a MOS transistor using Cadence Virtuoso tool. Further, the study of common source (CS) amplifier together with its frequency response is carried out. The digital design is carried out using Verilog hardware description language on Xilinx ISE platform. The student will study various modelling styles i.e. structural, dataflow, and behavioural. Further, they will design and simulate basic logic gates, half adder, full adder, multiplexer, decoder, counter, flip flops in Verilog HDL on Xilinx ISE platform. Electronics and communication engineering

Department Vision

 To be an industry driven Electronics and Communication Engineering Department committed to develop globally competent Electronics and Communication professionals dedicated to transform the society.

Department Mission

  • Committed to inculcate application of Engineering knowledge, develop problem analysis and solving skills to be able to investigate complex engineering problems with modern tools.
  • Create value-driven engineering professionals who are sensitive to societal concerns of environmental sustainability through ethical conduct
  • Develop excellent communication abilities with core skills of project management and team work
  • Imbibe passion for lifelong learning with individual growth path.
  • Commitment towards excellence in Electronics and Communication education through advancements in research and innovation.
  • Design flexible course contents in disciplinary, interdisciplinary and research areas to enhance student’s competitiveness.

List of Programs:

Under Graduate Programs:

     1] Bachelors’’ of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering [B.Tech. ECE]

     2] Bachelors’’ of Technology in Electronics and Computer Engineering [B.Tech. ECM]

Post Graduate Programs

     1] Masters’ of Technology in Embedded System and VLSI

Program Educational Objectives:

 After two years of successful completion of the program the graduates shall be:

 PEO 01:    An Electronics and Communication Engineering Professional serving the society

 PEO 02:    A Teaching and Research Professional in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering through lifelong learning.

 PEO 03:   A Freelancing consultant to the Electronics and Communication Engineering Industry.

 PEO 04:  An entrepreneur in the Electronics and Communication and other related areas of specialization.

  1. Program Outcomes:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet t h e specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: 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. Modern Tool usage: 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. The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning 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. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: 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. Project Management and Finance: 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. Life-long Learning: 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:

On successful completion of the Program, the students shall be able to:

PSO 01:   [Problem Analysis]: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems related to Embedded Systems and VLSI Design, and reach substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PSO 02:  [Design/development of Solutions]: Design solutions for complex problems related to Wireless Technologies and Signal Processing 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.

PSO 03: [. Modern Tool usage]: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities related to Smart Technologies with an understanding of the limitations

Name of the Program: B.Tech. in ECM

Program Educational Objectives:

 After two years of successful completion of the program the graduates shall be:

  PEO 01:    An Electronics and Computer Engineering Professional serving the society

  PEO 02:    A Teaching and Research Professional in the area of Electronics and Computer Engineering   through lifelong learning.

  PEO 03:   A Freelancing consultant to the Electronics and Computer Engineering Industry.

  PEO 04:  An entrepreneur in the Electronics and Computer and other related areas of specialization.

Program Outcomes:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet t h e specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: 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. Modern Tool usage: 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. The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning 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. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: 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. Project Management and Finance: 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. Life-long Learning: 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:

On successful completion of the Program, the students shall be able to:

PSO 01:   [Problem Analysis]: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems related to Signal Processing in Static and Dynamic Environments, and reach substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PSO 02:  [Design/ Development of Solutions]: Design solutions for complex problems related to Algorithm Selection and Analysis 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.

PSO 03: [. Modern Tool usage]: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities related to Data Communication and Web Technologies with an understanding of the limitations

Course Outcomes of all the Courses in AY 2020-21 ODD SEMESTER
S. No Name Qualification Designation Teaching Experience (in years) Industry Experience (in years)
1 Dr. Shilpa Mehta B.E. (Electronics), M.E. (DT&IE), PhD (ECE) Professor 27 years nil
2 Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh AMIE (Electronics and Communication Engg.), M.Tech. (Electronics Design & Technology), PhD (Wearable Computing) Professor 18.5 Years 3.5 Years
3 Dr. Levy M B. Tech. ( ECE )., M. Tech. ( ECE )., PhD. ( ECE ). Professor 21 YEARS NIL
4 Dr. Sreenivasappa B V B.E.(ECE), M.Tech (PE), PhD (PE) Associate Professor 17 years nil
5 Dr. Sivakumar S B.E(ECE), M.E(Comm. Systems),Ph.D(Wireless Sensor Networks) Associate Professor 17.5 Years 1 year
6 Dr. Muthupandi G B.E.(ECE), M.E.(Computer & Communication Engg), PhD (Image Processing) Assistant Professor 15.6years 0
7 Dr. Safinaz S B.E.(Telecom), M.Tech (Electronics ), PhD (Image/Video Processing ) Assistant Professor 14.8years 0
8 Dr. Britto B.E.(EEE), M.Tech (VLSI), PhD (VLSI) Assistant Professor 5 1
9 Dr. K Bhanu Rekha B.E.(Telecom), M.Tech (Electronics ), PhD (Image/Video Processing ) Assistant Professor 14.8 years 1
10 Ms. Geetha k BE(IT),MTECH(Infromation and communication Technology) Assistant Professor 13 0
11 Mr. Sunil Kumar Dasari B.E(ECE),M.TECH(Digital Electronics and Communication Systems) Assistant Professor 12 0
12 Ms. Diana Steffi.D.D B.E(ECE),M.Tech(Embedded systems) Assistant Professor 7 1
13 Ms. G Swetha B. Tech(ECE),M.TECH(VLSI) Assistant Professor 12 NIL
14 Mr. Tirumala Vasu G B. Tech(ECE),M.TECH(Digital Electronics and Communication Systems) Assistant Professor 10 years NIL
15 Ms. Natya S B.E (ECE), M.E (Control and Instrumentation) Assistant Professor 9.3 Years NIL
16 MS. Renuka Bhagvat B E (ECE),M.Tech VLSI Assistant Professor 8 1
17 Ms. Aruna B E (ECE),M.Tech VLSI Assistant Professor 6 2
18 Ms. Ashwini B B.E(ECE),M.TECH(Digital Electronics and Communication Systems) Assistant Professor 7 Nil
19 Mr. Ramzan Basheer B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Communication Engineering) Assistant Professor 4 2
20 Ms. Amrutha V Nair B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Communication Engineering) Assistant Professor 4.5 years 0.5
21 Mr. Vikash Kumar B.Tech (ETC), M.Tech (Microelectronics), PhD (VLSI) Assistant Professor 1 Year 3 Months 3 Year 3 Months
22 Mrs. Samreen Fiza B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Digital Communication and Networking) Assistant Professor 4 YEARS 6 MONTHS NIL
23 Mr.Swastik Sahoo B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Satellite Communication) Assistant Professor 7 Nil
24 Ms. Ishita Deb B.E (ECE),M.Tech (RF and Microwave) Assistant Professor 8 nil
25 Ms. Trisha Ghosh B.Tech (ECE), M.E. (Wireless Communication) Assistant Professor 1 year 2months nil
26 Ms. Akshaya M Ganorkar B.E(ECE) Mtech (VLSI) Assistant Professor 1 YEAR 1.5 MONTHS NIL
27 Ms.Nanditha H G B.Tech (EI), M.Tech (VLSI) Assistant Professor 6year,1month nil
28 Mr. Tanjir Alam B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (RF & Microwave Engineering) Assistant Professor 3 months nil
29 Mr Arun P Shenoy B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Telecommunication) Assistant Professor 3 months nil
30 Ms Maitraiyee B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Wireless Communication) Assistant Professor 3 months nil
31 Ms Vaishna K B.Tech (ECE), M.Tech (Telecommunication) Assistant Professor 3 months nil
32 Mr Vijaya Krishna B.Tech (ECE),M.Tech (Digital Electronics and Communication Systems) Assistant Professor 9 0
33 Ms Ronak Dadhich B.tech (ECE) and M. tech (wireless and optical communication) Assistant Professor 2 months 6 months
34 Ms Vishakha Saini B.tech (ECE) and M. tech (wireless and optical communication) Assistant Professor 2 months 0
35 Ms Srilakshmi K H BE (ECE), Mtech (VLSI and Embedded Systems) Assistant Professor 10.6 0
36 Ms Anupama B.E(ECE) , Mtech(VLSI), (Ph.D) (VLSI) Assistant Professor 10.6 0







LAB Staff



1 Ms Sunandana K BE(ECE)


2 Mr Srinivasa BE(ECE)


3 Mr Chandru MN DIPLOMA(ECE)


4 Mr Lakshmipathi BE (ECE)


5 Ms Deepa K BE (ECE)


6 Ms Aatmiya BE (ECE)








The Dewang Mehta National Education Awards

The Dewang Mehta National Education Awards is India's largest Education Awards Contest and is held as a part of World Marketing Congress. The Dewang Mehta National Education Awards has several contests with cash Award Tropies, Citations & Certificate of Merit Judged by an independent jury comprising of 3 CEO's, 3 HR Heads, 3 Marketing Heads and professionals with experience in Etiquette and personality Development. Each jury member independently rates after which collectively decides the winner.

The awards are decided in the “Institutional” and “Individual Categories”

Institutional Category:

Presidency University Bangalore bagged the “AWARD FOR QUALITY IN EDUCATION” for 2019 and the award was received by Dr Shilpa Mehta on behalf of the university in the ceremony held at Taj Land Ends Mumbai on 22nd November 2019.

Individual Category:

Dr Shilpa Mehta got the awards as the “Best Professor in Communication Engineering Studies” at the same ceremony.

Electronics and communication engineering
Electronics and communication engineering

Dr Shilpa Mehta Received the Award for the “BEST PROFESSOR IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING SCIENCES AWARD” as part of Dewang Mehta National Education Awards – 2019

Electronics and communication engineering
Previously Dr Shilpa Mehta received the same award at REGIONAL rounds in a ceremony held in Taj Yeshwantapur, Bangalore in September 2019

Internship Details (2015 till 2019)

Sl. No.

Student Name

Company/ Industry

Duration

Date

1.

Mr. Mohammed Mohsin

Bigstamp Technologies Pvt.Ltd

3 month

24-09-2018 to 29-12-2018

2.

Mr. Preetham Kosuri

Bigstamp Technologies Pvt.Ltd

3 month

24-09-2018 to 29-12-2018

3.

Shruti

HAL

1.5 month

16-07-2018 to 30-07-2018


Extra-Curricular Activity (2015 till 2019)

Sl. No.

Student Name

Activity

Organized by

Date

1.

Divyakrishna

International Day of Light Quiz

ISRO, Laboratory for Electro Optics Systems, Bengaluru

16-05- 2018

2.

Satish Balaji.P

ROBO SPORTS

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

3.

Abhishek.K.M

ROBO SPORTS

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

4.

Dheeraj S Prasad

Project Exhibition

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

5.

Vishwas S Reddy

Project Exhibition

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

6.

J S C Naren

Project Exhibition

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

7.

Abhishek K M

Project Exhibition

Sir MVIT, Bengaluru

30-10-2018

8.

Shubham Kumar Pandey

Quiz

Ananndyanta

9th to 11th March 2017


Journal Publication Details by Students (2015 till 2019)

Sl. No.

Student Name

Paper Title

Journal

Volume and Issue

1.

Shruti

Forecast Analysis of the Potential and availability of renewable energy in India: A review

IJIEEE

Vol. 4 and Iss.10


Conference Details by Students (2015 till 2019)

Sl. No.

Student Name

Paper Title

National/

International Conference

Details

Place

Date

1.

Shruti

Forecast analysis of the potential and availability of renewable energy in India: A review

National

Conference

NCGEESD

Presidency University

9th and 10th March 2018

2.

Shruti

Waste water production, pollution, sustainable treatment and use in India

International Conference

SWWEM

IISC, Bengaluru

17th to 19th August 2016

3.

Shruti

Forecast analysis of the potential and availability of renewable energy in India: A review

International Conference

ICRDMIE

IRAJ Research Forum,

Bengaluru

21st August 2016

List of Guest Lectures/Seminar Conducted (2015 till 2019)

Sl No

Name of the Guest

Speaker

Affiliation

Topic & Branch

Date

1.

Dr. T. Srinivas

Associate Professor, ECE, IISc Bangalore

Photonic Integrated Circuits

23rd January 2018

2.

Dr. R J Anandhi

Professor and Head

ISE – NHCE Bangalore

Deep Learning and Autonomous Vehicles

10th October 2018

3.

Dr. Ravi Narasimhan

R&D – Verily Life Sciences, California USA

Wearble Technologies

19th March 2019

4.

Dr. S. G. Sreekanteshwara Swam

The Pathways of Science and Technology and Innovation

13th September 2019


List of FDPs/Workshop Conducted (2015 till 2019)

Sl No

Name of the Speaker

Affiliation

Topic

Date

1.

Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Singh

Presidency University, Bangalore

Bio Signal based Stress Monitoring of Automotive Drivers

27th October 2018

2.

CoE

Presidency University, Bangalore

FDP

25th October 2018

3.

Dr. Shilpa Mehta

Presidency University, Bangalore

Fuzzy Logic & Artificial Neural Networks

24th September 2018

4.

Dean R & D

Presidency University, Bangalore

FDP

20th September 2018

5.

Ms. Renuka Bhagvat (Coordinator)

Presidency University, Bangalore

Foundation Course on LABVIEW with Hands-on Practice

30th July 2018 to 1st August 2018

6.

Dean Academics

Presidency University, Bangalore

Development of Course Planning Materials

25th July 2018


Industrial Visit Details (2015 till 2019)

Sl No

Company/ Industry Visited

Place

Date

1.

ISRO

Bangalore

20th November 2018

2.

Iskcon Akshaya Patra

Bangalore

26th October 2018

3.

ISRO

Bangalore

16th March 2018