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Areas of Research

Embedded Architectures
Deeply Embedded Systems
VLSI Design, ,Mixed signal IC Design, System Modeling & Simulation
Semiconductor Devices and Modeling
Biomedical Image Processing
Micro-electro-mechanical Systems (MEMS)
Biosensors & Nano Biosensors
Wireless & Mobile Networks

Thrust Areas

Renewable Energy - No. Of Faculty involved -3

Wind Electrical Power System, SPV, Energy Conservation & Management

Power Systems – No. of Faculty Involved - 2

FACTS devices, Power System Operation on deregulated Environment, , Design of Arc less Miniaturized Circuit breaker for over current protection in power distribution systems

Wireless Communication & Networking -No. of Faculty Involved - 3


MIMO, OFDMA Systems, Underwater Communication, Ad hoc Networking, Antenna Design

Embedded Systems  - No. of Faculty Involved – 6

Deeply Embedded Systems - Wireless Sensors Networks, Underwater Wireless Sensors Networks, Biomimetics, Embedded Processor Architectures

VLSI Design – No. of Fcaulty Involved -2

FPGA Performance and Evaluation, Hardware Implementation of time frequency distribution of Mirnov oscillations in Tokamak using the Hilbert-Huang Transform

Devices & Microelectronics – No. Faculty Involved -1

SiC devices

MEMS– No.of Faculty Involved - 2

Development of MEMS based Micro Biosensor Devices, RFMEMS

Research Projects

GAIL Major Research Project
Design and Development of condition based monitoring of Pipelines using Wireless
sensor Networks
(Rs 80.18 Lakhs)

Principal Investigator: Prof.K.R.Anupama



BRFST Major Research Project
Hardware Implementation of time frequency distribution of Mirnov oscillations
in Tokamak using the Hilbert-Huang Transform
(Rs 22.04 Lakhs)

Principal Investigator : Dr. A. Amalin Prince
Co Principal Investigator: Prof.K.R.Anupama

UGC Major Research Projects
1) Wireless Sensor Networks for Inaccessible Terrains (Rs 8.38 Lakhs)

Principal Investigator: Prof.K.R.Anupama


2) Investigation of Schottky contacts to Silicon Carbide (SiC)
using I-V and C-V techniques
(Rs 10.778 Lakhs)

Principal Investigator: Dr.C.K.Ramesha

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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