About the Department
The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering established in the year 1984 offers one Bachelor Programme in the stream of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and one Post Graduate Programme in the stream of Embedded Systems Technologies. The UG and PG Programme’s curriculum and syllabus are periodically reviewed/re-framed in pace with global scenario in the domain of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Our Bachelor Programme curriculum comprises major thrust areas like Electrical Machines, Power Electronics and Drives, Power Systems, Embedded Systems. Few of the Government funded Projects successfully implemented are MODROB-Modernization of Electrical Machines Laboratory, Grid Connected 200kW Solar Power Station on C & E Blocks roof top and Grid Connected 50kW Solar Power Station on B Block rooftop. The smart classroom and laboratory facilities provides supportive environment for the students and faculty members. The well-structured curriculum and proper placement training help the students to place in government and private sectors.
From the HOD’s Desk
Dr. K. Malarvizhi,
Professor & Head
Our undergraduate programme in Electrical and Electronics Engineering offers a broad-based,balanced education in electrical sciences that includes Electrical Machines, Power Electronics, Electrical Vehicle Technology, Power systems, Renewable Energy Systems,Embedded Controllers and Industrial IoT to name a few. The well-equipped laboratory facilities, extensive application oriented learning strategies and research, hone students to become academic and industry leaders.
To be a Centre of Excellence in Globalizing Education and Research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Empower the students with state-of-art knowledge to excel as eminent electrical engineers with multi-disciplinary skills
- Emphasize social values and leadership qualities to meet the industrial needs, societal problems and global challenges
- Enable the technocrats to accomplish impactful research and innovations
Curriculum & Syllabus – UG Regulations
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 18A (2021 batch onwards)
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 18
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 17
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 15
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 14
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 13
- B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Semester I to VIII – R 9
Curriculum & Syllabus – PG Regulations
- M.E – Embedded Systems Technologies Semester I to IV – R 18
- M.E – Embedded Systems Technologies Semester I to IV – R 15
- M.E – Embedded Systems Technologies Semester I to IV – R 14
- M.E – Embedded Systems Technologies Semester I to IV – R 13
- M.E – Embedded Systems Technologies Semester I to IV – R 9
- M.E – Power Electronics and Drives Semester I to IV – R 18
- M.E – Power Electronics and Drives Semester I to IV – R 15
- M.E – Power Electronics and Drives Semester I to IV – R 14
- M.E – Power Electronics and Drives Semester I to IV – R 13
- M.E – Power Electronics and Drives Semester I to IV – R 9
The consumption of electricity and the number of electrical and electronics components work are enormous today. Worldwide Electrical Technology becomes a core branch of Engineering. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been an integral part of the institute since its start in 1984 and it has grown steadily over the years. The department has developed strong links with industry – Robert Bosch Engineering, Tessolve Semiconductors, Suzlon SE – Electricals, Mobiveil, Solitron Technologies and other leading Core and Software Companies. The department has been actively involved in R & D, different areas of consultancy Projects with various academic and research organizations. The Department offers the following courses – UG – B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (accredited by NBA) – 4 Years (8 Semesters). PG – M.E. Embedded Systems Technologies – 2 Years (4 Semesters). Ph.D. – Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
B.E ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)
- PO1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
- PO2: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
- PO3: 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.
- PO4: 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.
- PO5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
- PO6: 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
- PO7: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
- PO8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
- PO9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
- PO10: 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.
- PO11: 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.
- PO12: 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 EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)
- PEO1: Pursue a diverse range of careers in engineering, consultancy, and entrepreneurship.
- PEO2: Contribute to continuous professional development through higher studies and life-long learning.
- PEO3: Demonstrate their technical proficiency with ethical values and social responsibility.
- PEO4: Innovate and provide solutions for ever-changing global environments with familiarity in computational platforms in electrical engineering.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)
- PSO1: Apply the knowledge acquired in Electrical and Electronics Engineering to technological advancements.
- PSO2: Identify suitable solutions for design and control of electrical and electronic systems.
M.E. EMBEDDED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES
PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)
- PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
- PO2: An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.
- PO3: Students should be able to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area as per the specialization of the program. The mastery should be at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor program.
- PO4: Acquire fundamental knowledge and understanding of Embedded system design technologies.
- PO5: Apply suitable techniques, resources and modern engineering with IT tools in the field of embedded system design through continuous learning.
- PO6: Communicate and perform effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams to prove technical and administrative capability.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)
- PEO1: Pursue a diverse range of careers in engineering, consultancy, and entrepreneurship.
- PEO2: Contribute to continuous professional development through higher studies and life-long learning.
- PEO3: Demonstrate their technical proficiency with ethical values and social responsibility.
- PEO4: Innovate and provide solutions for ever-changing global environments with familiarity in computational platforms in electrical engineering.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)
- PSO1: Design and develop an appropriate embedded system for commercial and industrial application by using optimum resources with better performance.
Books play a very important role in everyone’s life, especially in a students’ life. Reading from various sources inspire us to do great things in life and overcome our failures. We learn a lot of things from them. Books are our best companions as they provide us knowledge unconditionally without asking anything in return. EEE Department library offers the best collection of domain wise engineering resources that includes textbooks, reference books, student’s minor and major project reports, seminar reports, books for competitive exams to enhance learning through various resources.
The library provide immediate reference Corner for faculty members, student fraternity and PhD Scholars. UG and PG Final Year student project reports (Major and Minor) are made available in the library for student reference.
Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory:
The Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory is equipped with CRO, DSO, different type of Bridges and Transducers, LVDT Trainer Kit, Torque and Angle Measurement, Signal Generators, Digital Multimeters and LCR-Q Meter & Energy Meter. This lab enables the students to understand the fundamentals of various measuring instruments and to provide hands on experience of basic knowledge on various electrical and electronic circuit ,to all the engineering branches. Addition to this, faculty members and student fraternity canevaluate the uncertainties involved in any parameter measurement and can get proficiency on various calibration methods and measuring instruments for various applications.
Electrical Machines Laboratory:
This is our core set of laboratories, in terms of curriculum. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. This lab is general enough to hold several experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department. This is the main lab where various experiments are conducted to impart knowledge on construction, principle of operation and performance of single phase induction motors, Three Phase Induction Motors, DC – Series, Shunt, Compound Motors, DC Generators, Salient, Non-Salient Pole Alternators, AICTE sponsored MODROB Test Bench, AC and DC Drives, Magnetic Load arrangements and various types of sensors.
Embedded Systems Laboratory:
The Embedded Systems Laboratory experimentation is an essential component of a comprehensive learning experience in engineering. This laboratory is equipped with various Microprocessors (8,16-bit), Microcontrollers (8,16,32-bit) and FPGAs. The laboratory aids the students to acquire and realize the fundamentals of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers. A set of experiments that involve programming, hardware, interfacing, and applications was developed. The experiments range from simple software exercises that illustrate the use of the assembler and instruction set to more complex and practical applications such as interfacing and controlling external devices.
Control Systems and Instrumentation Laboratory:
This laboratory was developed to perform wide range of experiments on automation and instrumentation Control platform. It is aimed to provide basic knowledge of open and closed loop systems, automation processes and sensing equipment. It helps students for easy understanding and interesting to realize the real-world technology. It is equipped with modern laboratory experiment setup focused on enhancing students’ knowledge.
Integrated Circuits Laboratory
The IC laboratory is used to study various ICs and use them to design circuits, to perform Analog and Digital IC experiments, the various application in mathematical operations, filters, oscillator, data converters using operational amplifiers and also to design Function and Waveform Generators. This lab has several equipments like CRO, Multimeter and Function Generators and other devices. This laboratory is to cater the needs of undergraduate students to practically explore the fundamental concepts of Electronics. The students are also encouraged to implement the designed circuits using discrete components on the breadboard. The students are doing project by using these components in our college campus. It helps the students to gain knowledge about Electronic System and IC Design and pursuing projects in electronics.
Power Electronics/Electronics Devices Laboratory:
This Laboratory aims at imparting practical knowledge on various Electronic Devices and Circuits and Power Electronics Converters. The Major available Equipments include Intelligent Power Module, Semikron IGBT based Inverter, Power Quality Logger, Power Analyzer, DSO, IC Tester. Apart from the above, the laboratory has number of AC-DC converters, DC-DC converters, DC-AC inverters and AC- AC Converters Power Modules.
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Lab is equipped with Computers, PLC units with interfacing devices to train students and make the students as industry ready. The lab is based primarily on the Siemens family of Programmable Logic Controllers, which are used in factories.
CAD & Simulation / Power System Simulation Laboratory:
This CAD and Simulation laboratory is equipped with high end HP and DELL desktop machines with LCD projector for simulation and project works. It enables the students to gain more knowledge in the power system and computer-based core courses.
PG Research Laboratory:
The PG Research Laboratory is equipped with advanced research equipments, useful for research and development in the field of drives, EV, IoT and Solar PV. The Laboratory facility includes EEE Core softwares like HOMER, PSIM, MATLAB which are useful for enhancing research in the field of Electric Vehicles, Renewable Energy, Power Systems, Power Electronics and Control Systems. The lab has 9 PCs with I5 configuration and 1TB hard disk capacity. The lab is utilized by Faculty Members, PhD Research Scholars, PG Students and Final EEE Students for the pilot study of their project works and simulation analysis in the above said domains, to enhance the research outcomes.
Project and Domestic Appliances Laboratory:
This lab is equipped with prototyping tools to helps the student to prototype their project by working in teams and helps them in ingenuity, collaboration, determination, and execution. Domestic Appliances Lab helps the fresh entry level students of any departments to understand about the basic functioning of electrical appliances in home. Students can work in this lab 24×7. It enables students to gain more practical knowledge and secure their job in Core Industry.
Major Equipments in lab are Soldering Station, Fabrication Tools, 3D Printer, Debugging Tools, Microcontrollers, Programming Tools, Drones and Electrical Measurement Tools.
Basic Workshop Laboratory:
The Basic Workshop Laboratory is equipped with House Wiring Trainer Kit, Fan Assembling and Testing Trainer Kit and Iron Box Assembling and Testing Trainer, Table Grinder Trainer Kit, Digital Multimeters and Energy Meter. This lab enables the students to understand the fundamentals of various basic components and to provide hands on training experience of basic knowledge on various electrical appliances to all the engineering branches.
- AC and DC Drives
- Power Quality Analyzer
- Dual Rotor PM Alternator
- PMSM Drive
- Mixed Storage Oscilloscope
- Machines Work Bench
- IAR Embedded Work Bench
- Proteus Design Suite
- Access to IEEE, Springer, ACSE, Science Direct
- Interdisciplinary Research are promoted through field work
- Management Funded Projects
- Following Research Groups are functioning
- Power Electronics & Drives
- Renewable Energy
- Embedded System Design
|Sl. No.||Room ID||Location||UG / PG||Purpose of the Room||Section||Carpet Area in sq.mt.|
|1.||B307||2nd Floor||UG||II EEE – Class Room||A||83.27|
|2.||B308||2nd Floor||UG||II EEE – Class Room||B||84.57|
|3.||B312||2nd Floor||UG||III EEE – Class Room||A||83.27|
|4.||B313||2nd Floor||UG||III EEE – Class Room||B||83.27|
|5.||B314||2nd Floor||UG||IV EEE – Class Room||A||83.27|
|6.||B315||2nd Floor||UG||IV EEE – Class Room||B||83.27|
|7.||B301||2nd Floor||PG||PG Class Room – 1||–||70.99|
|8.||B302||2nd Floor||PG||PG Class Room – 2||–||70.99|
|9.||B216||1st Floor||PG||PG Class Room – 3||–||70.99|
|10.||B217||1st Floor||PG||PG Class Room – 4||–||70.99|
|11.||B310||2nd Floor||UG||Tutorial Room for all 2nd, 3rd, 4th Years||–||60|
|12.||B311||2nd Floor||UG||Tutorial Room for all 2nd, 3rd, 4th Years||–||60|
|Sl. No.||Laboratory Description in the Curriculum||Room No.||Space||Total Investment (Rupees in lakhs)|
|1.||MODROB Laboratory||B114||71.37 sq.mt.||19.09|
|2.||Electrical Machine Laboratory – I||B116||140 sq.mt.||42.5|
|3.||Control Systems Laboratory, Measurement & Instrumentation Laboratory||B209||100 sq.mt.||49.32|
|4.||Power Electronics Laboratory||B105||68 sq.mt.||39.84|
|5.||Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory||B106||67 sq.mt.||6.97|
|6.||Integrated Circuit Laboratory||B109||83.27 sq.mt.||25.81|
|7.||CAD Simulation Laboratory||B214||108.35 sq.mt.||60.71|
|8.||Electrical Workshop||WSH||116.17 sq.mt.||2.06|
|9.||Research Laboratory (PED)||B104||82.62 sq.mt.||22.08|
|10.||Embedded System Laboratory||B103A||71.37 sq.mt.||37.20|
|11.||Project Laboratory||B102||83.27 sq.mt.||2.25|
|Total Investment in Lakhs||307.83|
- Smart Grid / Micro Grid / Integration of Renewable Energy:To ensure the reliability and quality of electricity supplied, advanced technologies are integrated into the power system. Renewable energy generation and utilization is encouraged to reduce the global warming due to fossil fuels. Distributed generation and micro grid are more efficient than long transmission systems.Courses on renewable energy, smart grid and power system operation are essential for power engineers; it involves the recent trends and technologies to familiarize among students.
- E – Vehicle / Power Electronics Drives and Control:Upcoming automobile revolution is based on electric vehicles. Electrical and electronics engineer has significant role in EV technology design, development, and operation.Courses on power electronics, embedded control of drives and electrical vehicle technology focus on the enhancement of competency level of student to meet the requirement of industries.
- Industrial IOT and Embedded Systems:Industry 4.0 is the automated and integrated process in planning, project development, installation, operation, maintenance, and marketing. It is a closed loop system involving interdisciplinary components such as industrial automation, embedded systems, communication, monitoring and control. Relevant courses are emphasized in the curriculum framework to grab the job opportunities in modern industries and to motivate entrepreneurship.
|Academic year||Name of the faculty||Title of the paper published||Details of the publication||Indexing|
|2021-22||R Suresh Kumar||An investigation of Grid-Integrated Photovoltaic system intended for hybrid Moth Flame Optimization using ANFIS techniques||Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, Volume 42, Issue 3, 2022||WoS|
|S Kaliappan||Sensorless Speed Control of Doubly-Fed Induction Machine Using Reactive Power Based Mras||Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 2161, Issue 1, 11 January 2022||Scopus|
|S Kaliappan||Optimization of Load Forecasting in Smart Grid using Artificial Neural Network based NFTOOL and NNTOOL||Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 2161, Issue 1, 11 January 2022||Scopus|
|N Prakash||Comparative Analysis on Various Types of Energy Storage Devices for Wind Power Generation||Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 2161, Issue 1, 11 January 2022||Scopus|
|V R Balaji||Design of Electronic Control Unit with Black Box for Ground Vehicles||International Conference on Nascent Technologies in Engineering (ICNTE 2021)||Scopus|
|R Suresh Kumar||A Comprehensive review on Generation of Electricity from Industrial Noise||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-2||Scopus|
|P Maithili||Intelligent Battery Management System||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-5||Scopus|
|M Mathankumar||Analysis on the Impacts of Light Emitting Diodes in Power System using FLUKE 430-II D Power Quality Analyser||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-6||Scopus|
|G Anushree||Design, Dynamics, Development and Deployment of Hexa-copter for Agricultural Applications||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-6||Scopus|
|V R Balaji||Automatic Hand Sanitizing Glove||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-3||Scopus|
|V R Balaji||IoT Enabled Smart Irrigation System||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-6||Scopus|
|N Prakash||Detection Of Plant Disease Using Swarm Intelligence Optimization Algorithm||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-5||Scopus|
|T Viswanathan||Thermal Two Resistance – Capacitance Modelling of Lithium Battery Cell using Discrete Distributions||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-4||Scopus|
|M Mathankumar||An Improved Clustering Scheme for Underwater Sensor Network using Bayesian Linear Regression||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-4||Scopus|
|S Arunkumar||A Bridge Type DC-DC Converter fed BLDC Motor Drive for Household Appliances||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-4||Scopus|
|S Arunkumar||Smart Pill Dispenser for Aged Patients||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-5||Scopus|
|S Arunkumar||Temperature Sensing Wrist Band for Covid-19 Crisis||Scopus|
|Prakash N||Computer Vision Based Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Human and Object Detection in Post-Disaster Zones||Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology, Vol. 22, Issue 6, pp. 2583–2592, 2021||WoS|
|M Mathankumar||Performance analysis and enhancement of brain emotion-based intelligent controller and its impact on PMBLDC motor drive for electric vehicle applications||Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2022||WoS|
|M Nirmala||Embedded System for Lethal Gas Leakage Exposure and Forewarning System Using Arm Processor||International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 795. Springer, Singapore, 2021||Scopus|
|N Mohana Sundaram||Comparative Stability Analysis of AGC and FACTS Controllers in an Interconnected Power System||Scopus|
|S Suryaprakash||Smart Audio Glove for Deaf and Dumb Impaired||Scopus|
|S Suryaprakash||Comparative Analysis on Industrial IoT Communication Protocols and its Future Directives||Scopus|
|S Suryaprakash||Implementation of Boosting Algorithms in Diagnosing BRB Fault with Various Loading Conditions||Scopus|
|K Malarvizhi||Women in Science and Technology in India: A Comprehensive View||Scopus|
|T Viswanathan||Negamax based optimization methods for current distribution of conducting materials||Materials Today: Proceedings, 2022||Scopus|
|P Thirumoorthi||Development of Smart System for Ambulance||Scopus|
|P Thirumoorthi||Implementation of Synchronous Reference Frame theory for Harmonic Reduction in Computer Loads||Scopus|
|K Paramasivam||Design and Validation of CAN Protocol with Double Encryption for Electric Vehicle Applications||Scopus|
|K Paramasivam||A Novel Hybrid CMOS-Memristor Based 2-Bit Magnitude Comparator using Memristor Ratioed Logic Universal Gate for Low Power Applications||Scopus|
|M Mathankumar||Implementation of Instantaneous Symmetrical Component Theory based Hysteresis Controller for DSTATCOM||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-8||Scopus|
|K Premalatha||An Efficient Model Predictive Control method for Real-time complex nonlinear systems||Scopus|
|R Kavitha||Design and Simulation of DC- DC Boost and SEPIC Converters using MPPT for Photovoltaic system using MATLAB/SIMULINK||Scopus|
|M Nirmala||Solar Powered IoT based Smart Solid Waste Management System||International Conference on Advancements in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computing and Automation (ICAECA), 2021, pp. 1-8||Scopus|
|R Suresh Kumar||Automated electrical distribution network using Arduino and GSM||Scopus|
|R Suresh Kumar||Online Monitoring and Management Module for Three-phase distribution system using LABVIEW||Scopus|
|Shanthi T||Design of New High Step-Up DC-DC Converter Topology for Solar PV Applications||International Journal of Photoenergy, Vol. 2021||WoS|
|Paramasivam K||Novel Power-Aware Optimization Methodology and Efficient Task Scheduling Algorithm||Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 41(1), 209–224, 2022||WoS|
|Kaliappan S||A Hybrid Strategy for Mitigating Unbalance and Improving Voltage Considering Higher Penetration of Electric Vehicles and Distributed Generation||Sustainable Cities and Society, Vol. 76, 103489, 2022||WoS|
|Premalatha K||Modelling and Analysis of Positive Output LUO converter in Voltage Control Mode||Electrica, Vol.21(2), pp.259-271, 2021||WoS|
|Kandasamy V||Direct Matrix Converter Based on IOT Embedded Grid for Implementation and Architecture of Intelligent FPGA||International Journal of Aquatic Science, Vol. 12(1), pp.193-203, 2021||WoS|
|Kandasamy V||IOT- Fog Input Using Valuable Proxy Negotiation for Traffic Reduction of Power Distribution System||International Journal of Aquatic Science, Vol. 12(1), pp.204-209, 2021||WoS|
|Kaliappan S||A Comprehensive Examination of Bandgap Semiconductor Switches||Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, Vol.2021, pp.1-8, 2021||WoS|
|Kavitha R||Soft computing based SHE-PWM and sinusoidal PWM techniques in cascaded multilevel inverter for renewable energy system||In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2387, No. 1, p. 120003). AIP Publishing LLC, 2021||Scopus|
|2020-21||Shanthi T||Non-isolated n-stage High Step-up DC-DC Converter for Low voltage DC Source Integration||IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 1625-1634, 2021||WoS|
|Sureshkumar R||An Intelligent communication system for fisherman||In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1916, No. 1, p. 012053). IOP Publishing, 2021||Scopus|
|Kavitha R||Pothole and Object Detection for an Autonomous Vehicle Using YOLO||In 2021 5th International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Control Systems (ICICCS) (pp. 1585-1589). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Udhayashankar C||IoT based Intelligent Attendance Monitoring with Face Recognition Scheme||In 2021 5th International Conference on Computing Methodologies and Communication (ICCMC) (pp. 349-353). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Design and validation of CAN protocol with enhanced Security in electric vehicle||In 2021 5th International Conference on Computing Methodologies and Communication (ICCMC) (pp. 660-664). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Suryaprakash S||A State-of-Art Approach on Fault Detection in Three Phase Induction Motor using AI Techniques||In 2021 5th International Conference on Computing Methodologies and Communication (ICCMC) (pp. 567-573). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Malarvizhi K||Efficient Resource Management on Cloud Using Energy and Power Aware Dynamic Migration (EPADM) of VMs||Wireless Personal Communications, 117(4), 3327-3342, 2021||WoS|
|Nirmala M||Estimation of Health and Initial SOC based on Voltage Variation for LiPo battery||In 2021 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Smart Systems (ICAIS) (pp. 1670-1676). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Mathankumar M||An Efficient Dynamic Key Generation Architecture for Distributed Wireless Networks||In 2021 Third International Conference on Intelligent Communication Technologies and Virtual Mobile Networks (ICICV) (pp. 157-160). IEEE, 2021||Scopus|
|Kandasamy V||Solar based wireless on road charging station for electric vehicles||Materials Today: Proceedings, Vol. 45, pp. 8059-8063, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Karunamoorthy B||Design and development of hybrid electric vehicle||Materials Today: Proceedings, Vol. 45, pp. 8166-8169, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Mathankumar M||Design and implementation of improved sliding mode control for electric vehicle voltage stabilization||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 1747-1749, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Mathankumar M||Optimization in design of hybrid electric power network using HOMER||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 1563-1567, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Mathankumar M||Time based costing of energy storage system with optimal scheduling and dispatch under demand||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 1738-1741, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Prakash N||Current droop control of parallel inverters in an autonomous microgrid||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 2034-2039, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Sasikumar C||Investigation on demand response of Indian electrical energy micro grid||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 1733-1737, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Mathankumar M||A Graphical User Interface Based Heart Rate Monitoring Process and Detection of PQRST Peaks from ECG Signal||In Inventive Computation and Information Technologies (pp. 481-496). Springer, Singapore, 2021||Scopus|
|Viswanathan T||Combinatorial optimization technique for improving performance of PV modules under partial shading conditions||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 1651-1654, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Anushree G||The impact of advanced technological developments on solar PV value chain||Materials Today: Proceedings, 45, 2053-2058, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Malarvizhi K||AI-Based Smart Micro Grids||Advanced Controllers for Smart Cities: An Industry 4.0 Perspective, 1-14, 2021||Scopus|
|Maithili P||Design of automatic driving license system using of RF transmitter in two-wheeler||In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2270, No. 1, p. 140004). AIP Publishing LLC, 2020||Scopus & WoS|
|Thirumoorthi P||Computational studies (DFT) of organic nonlinear optical material: N-methylglycine||In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2270, No. 1, p. 040002). AIP Publishing LLC, 2020||Scopus & WoS|
|Mohanraj M||Natural Commiphora caudata extract as corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in acid media||In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2270, No. 1, p. 050004). AIP Publishing LLC, 2020||Scopus & WoS|
|Mathankumar M||An Improved Intelligent Controller for Brushless DC Motor Drive Based Electric Vehicles||Journal of green Engineering, 10(11), pp. 11943-11957, 2020||Scopus|
|Nirmala M||Impact analysis on change in climatic conditions due to the development of highway roads and other infrastructures at Coimbatore-an evidence||In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 573, No. 1, p. 012006). IOP Publishing, 2020||Scopus|
|Karunamoorthy B||Performance Improvement of ZSI Based PMS Motor Drive System for Electric Vehicles||IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol.: 937(1), 2020||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Hybrid encoding for test data compression||Microprocessors and Microsystems, Vol. 77, p. 103169, 2020||WoS|
|Prakash N||Power factor correction by bridgeless buck boost converter||International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, Vol.: 11(2), pp. 271-285, 2020||Scopus|
|Prakash N||PWM strategy for three phase voltage source inverter with minimum harmonic distortion||International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, Vol.: 11(2), pp. 286-302, 2020||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||A Comprehensive Study on the Characteristics, Complex Materials and Applications of Memristor||6th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems, ICACCS, pp. 171-176, 2020||Scopus|
|Malarvizhi K||Machine Learning and Internet of Things based Smart Agriculture||6th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems, ICACCS, pp.1101-1106, 2020||Scopus|
|Sandhya Devi R S||Automotive Grade Linux Software Architecture for Automotive Infotainment System||Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies, ICICT, 391-395, 2020||Scopus|
|Mathankumar M||A review on enabling technologies for high power density power electronic applications||Materials Today: Proceedings, 46, 3888-3892, 2021||Scopus & WoS|
|Sasikumar C||Enhancement of voltage profile of power line by the placement of multi-line FACTS devices||Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol.: 12(7),114-124, 2020||Scopus|
|Malarvizhi K||Methodologies for optimal sizing of battery energy storage in Microgrids: A comprehensive review||International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics, ICCCI 2020||Scopus|
|Suryaprakash S||Design and Implementation of Wireless Sensor Node for Continuous Activity Monitoring of Mine Workers||Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications, 13(4), 117-122, 2020||WoS|
|Mathankumar M||Implementation of Energy Aware Clustering in IoT Using Wireless Mesh Networks||Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications, 13(4), 180-183, 2020||WoS|
|Viswanathan T||Medical Images Processing using Effectiveness of Walsh Function||Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications, 13(11), 70-72, 2020||WoS|
|Mathankumar M||Classification of Electrocardiogram Cardiac Arrhythmia Signals Using Genetic Algorithm – Support Vector Machines||Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications, 13(11), 138-146, 2020||WoS|
|Mathankumar M||An Intelligent Framework for Traffic Management System Using Narrow Band-IoT||In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1055, No. 1, p. 012127). IOP Publishing, 2021||WoS|
|Kaliappan S||Face Mask Detection using OPENCV Python||International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol.8(4), pp.3386-3388, 2021||–|
|Sureshkumar R||A solar photo voltaic based electric vehicle charging station for grid connected configuration||International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, Vol.12(3), pp. 1-5, 2021||–|
|2019-20||Sureshkumar R||Automatic Fault identification in Grid Connected Photovoltaic System using Neural Network Controller||Proceedings of 2019 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Economy, ICCIKE, 78-80, 2019||Scopus|
|Premalatha K||DSP based controller with switching loss reduction technique for brushless DC motor drive system||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3), 1223-1226, 2019||Scopus|
|Rajalakshmi D||Contemporary and practicable technique to produce electricity using waves||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3), 1329-1333, 2019||Scopus|
|Nandhini J J||Highway traffic management using smart toll plaza||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3), 1219-1222, 2019||Scopus|
|Maithili P||High efficient DC-DC converter with low-input ripple||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3), 1559-1561, 2019||Scopus|
|Ramprabu J||Image processing based production flaw detection in knitting||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1123-1128, 2019||Scopus|
|Sureshkumar R||IOT based smart public distribution system||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1120-1122, 2019||Scopus|
|Arunkumar S||A hardware implementation of LUO converter fed BLDC motor drive for power quality improvement||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1227-1230, 2019||Scopus|
|Viswanathan T||Detecting vehicle motion using deep gaussian mixture model with SCI-kit learn||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1216-1218, 2019||Scopus|
|Mohanraj M||Microcontroller and GSM based windmill monitoring system||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1117-1119, 2019||Scopus|
|Ramprabu J||Automatic measurement of garment using image processing||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1562-1565, 2019||Scopus|
|Mohanasundaram N||Implementation of logic fault detection techniques using FPGA||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1231-1237, 2019||Scopus|
|Maithili P||A charge controller techniques for solar PV system||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3), 2015-2017, 2019||Scopus|
|Sasikumar C||Smart grid architecture model – India and Germany||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue 3),1238-1241, 2019||Scopus|
|Kavitha R||Harmonic research in direct AC – AC variable frequency power converter||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Vol.: 8(2 Special Issue 8),1686-1690, 2019||Scopus|
|Sandhya Devi R S||Secured way of parking and tracking vehicles using XMPP protocol||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Vol.: 8(2 Special Issue 8),1683-1685, 2019||Scopus|
|Maithili P||Monitoring and control of distribution transformer||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue),112-114, 2019||Scopus|
|Balaji V R||Smart irrigation system using IOT and image processing||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special issue),115-120, 2019||Scopus|
|Rajalakshmi D||Harmonic research and mitigation techniques in induction furnace||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue),134-138, 2019||Scopus|
|Karunamoorthy B||Machine monitoring system||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue),130-133, 2019||Scopus|
|Dineshkumar T||Design of boost inverter for solar power based stand alone systems||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special issue),125-129, 2019||Scopus|
|Sharmitha D||Motorized tripod for smartphones||International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Vol.: 8(6 Special Issue),121-124, 2019||Scopus|
|Shanthi T||MPPT controller based on fuzzy logic for photovoltaic systems using line-commutated inverter and SEPIC converter||International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, Vol.: 8(10 Special Issue),41-47, 2019||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Energy efficient low-power full-adder by 65 nm CMOS technology in ALU||Concurrency Computation, Vol.: 31(12), 2019||WoS|
|Sureshkumar R||Smart garbage management system using GPS and GSM||International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, Vol.: 8(6),229-232, 2019||Scopus|
|Mathankumar M||Implementation of Optimised Wireless Sensor Network Using Cluster Architecture||2019 Innovations in Power and Advanced Computing Technologies, i-PACT 2019||Scopus|
|Thirumoorthi P||Power quality improvement in industrial drives using intelligent techniques||Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems, ICISS, 257-262, 2019||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Survey on particle swarm optimization techniques in network-on-chip||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Vol.: 7(4),56-58, 2019||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Design and analysis of low power full adder using 65nm CMOS technology||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Vol.: 7(4),124-127, 2019||Scopus|
|Paramasivam K||Minimum power consumption high efficiency bypassing-based 2D multiplier design using 65nm CMOS technology||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Vol.: 7(4),119-123, 2019||Scopus|
|Udhayashankar C||Study of aggregation behavior and electron injection process of thiol substituted zn- phthalocyanine derivative on tio2 nanoparticle surface||Rasayan Journal of Chemistry, Vol: 12(2), 571-576, 2019||Scopus|
|Sandhya Devi R S||AUTOSAR Architecture Based Kernel Development for Automotive Application||In International Conference on Intelligent Data Communication Technologies and Internet of Things (pp. 911-919). Springer, Cham, 2019||Scopus|
The EEE Department provides a continuous learning experience for both students and faculty by conducting various events in the form of Seminars/Workshops/FDP/Value Added Courses. The Key Areas are highlighted below:
National & International Conferences on:
- National Symposium on Instrumentation (NSI-42)
- International Web Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (I-WEST 2020)
Faculty Development Programme on:
- Hardware in Loop for Smart Grid Application
- Internetworking Techniques and Framework for Next Generation Smart Environments
- Insight into Smart Microgrid
- Energy Efficient Drives and Intelligent Control
- Innovations and Research Challenges in Microgrid Technologies
- Integrating New and Renewable Energy Technologies
- Electric Vehicle and its Recent Advancements
- PLC Programming
- Embedded C Programming
- MATLAB Programming
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Raspberry Pi
- Automation Project using E Plan
- Hands on Arduino Controller
- LaTeX Circuit Essentials
- Open Source Power Supply Design Tool – Webench
- Harmonic Analysis of Induction Drives
- Energy Management Practices
- ERP and Cloud Computing Technique
- Cyber security
- Hands-on on ARM 7-Cortex
- Substation Design using Microstation tools
- PCB Design and Fabrication using ORCAD/PSPICE
- Solar PV System Design
- Intellectual Property Rights and Patent Filing
One Credit Course/VAC offered by Industry on:
- Automotive Embedded Systems
- Green Building
- PLC Automation
- ARM Processor
- Substation Automation
- Industrial Embedded Systems and Communication Protocols
Awareness Programme on:
- Career Opportunities in IAF
- Career Opportunities for EEE students in ISRO
- Competitive Examinations like GATE, CAT
- Higher Education Abroad
The EEE Department Association aims in inculcating the necessary skills and knowledge to the department students and develop them as an Engineer, as the world expects today.
Office Bearers (2021-22):
|Sl. No.||Name||DA Designation|
|1||Mr. Mohana Sundaram N||Staff Coordinator|
|3||Manikandan M||Vice President|
|5||Umavarshini C K||Joint Treasurer|
|7||Sariga Sriram||Joint Secretary|
|8||Moulish Arunachalam||Joint Secretary|
|9||Ishvarya D||Overall Administrator|
|10||Ackshaya V||Research & Innovation Executive|
|11||Sribalaji S||Research & Innovation Executive|
|12||Ezhileesha V||Technical Coordinator|
|13||Nikil Venkatesh K||Technical Coordinator|
|14||Sivanithish R K||Technical Executive|
|15||Bavishna S||Event Coordinator|
|16||Roja K||Event Executive|
|17||Puja Kaleeswari N||Event Executive|
|19||Karthikeyan K R||Sports Coordinator|
|20||Kavin M||Sports Executive|
|21||Bhuvaneshwari S||Placement Executive|
|22||Susharitha G R||Placement Executive|
|23||Sneha R||Higher Studies Coordinator|
|24||Sree Sowndarya Barani||Higher Studies Executive|
|25||Fouja A||Competitive Coordinator|
|26||Padmaraja V P||Competitive Coordinator|
|27||Amrutha Harshan||Entrepreneurship Coordinator|
|29||Harshini S V||Placement Coordinator|
|30||Padhmashri V||Blog Coordinator|
|31||Ranjith S||Media and Marketing Coordinator|
|32||Athishwaran N||Media and Marketing Executive|
|33||Kishore K||Media and Marketing Executive|
|34||Akshaya R S||Documentation Coordinator|
|35||Sivasankari T||Documentation Executive|
|36||Gunasekaran S||Alumni Coordinator|
|38||Logeshwaran A||Non-technical Coordinator|
|39||Sivaprabha Sri P L||Non-technical Executive|
|40||Abhinaya A V||Non-technical Executive|
|41||Anuraga P||Non-technical Executive|
The Association has conducted many events in the academic year 2021-2022:
Energy conservation week:
Every year on December 14th, the nation observes ‘Energy Conservation Day.’ Energy conservation is critical and unavoidable in the current transition and energy economy scenario. The Department Association of EEE-KCT observed ‘Energy Conservation Week’ with a series of events from the 14th to the 19th of December to interact with our peers and celebrate the same by making them aware, motivating them to be innovative and responsible with their thoughts and skills for building an energy efficient nation.
To validate their efforts and motivate their friends to achieve more by instilling a competitive spirit, the EEE department association took the initiative through the Leadership board to keep track of their every effort, participation, and achievement and reward them with recognition; additionally, to make them inspire others.
21 Day Challenge:
The Department Association of EEE concocted a 21-day challenge to help people form new habits and keep them going and motivated to maintain their habitual progress
The DA has established a Detox from social media and technology through a webinar, to end the endless scrolling through social media and for those who are struggling to detox the virtual world and to understand and identify the signs of excessive use, tune out and disconnect from the virtual media through healthy routines and methods.
E-Grid is a National, Student-Focused E-Vehicle Conclave that takes place on the month of May. This conclave was primarily intended to witness various emerging and thriving EV enterprises showcase their creations, as well as Student competitions to extract creative solutions to current EV sector issues.This conclave also featured a two-day workshop on EV power train design, testing, and safety, what’s inside an Ather 450 E- scooter, Z source inverters for charging, and other topics. A fascinating industrial talk on ‘EV Business Opportunities and Challenges’ was also given.
|Sl. No.||Project Title||Name of the Principal & Co-Investigators||Funds provided (in lakhs)||Name of the Funding Agency|
|1.||Technology Solution for Government Schools to Fight against COVID 19||Dr. N. Vinoth Kumar||3.78||IEEEHAC & SIGHT|
|2.||Machine vison system for quality control in Automobile components manufacturing||Dr. K. Paramasivam||2.59||AICTE- POC|
|3.||Development of internet-controlled Quality controlled robot||Dr. N. Vinoth kumar||1.15||D&F|
|4.||Development of Smart Campus Power Distribution System for Energy Conservation and Protection||Dr. K. Malarvizhi, Dr. P. Thirumoorthi||8.4933||AICTE RPS|
|5.||Impact Analysis on climatic conditions due to the Development of Highway Roads and other Infrastructure.||Dr. G. Thenmozhi (Auto), Dr. Mary Cherian (MBA), Dr. M. Nirmala||3.0||ICSSR|
|6.||Smart Cart for Store Automation||Mr. S. Suryaprakash||0.075||TNSCST|
|7.||200KW Capacity Grid Connected SPV Power Plant Research.||Dr. C. Udhayashankar||33.89||MNRE / TEDA|
|8.||Low Cost Portable Solar Refrigerator||Dr. D. Rajalakshmi, Dr. R. Kavitha, Dr. C. Velmurugan (Mech)||0.3||Research RuTag, IIT, Chennai|
|9.||Installation of 50 KW solar Power Station at KCT Campus||Dr. C. Udhayashankar||11.25||MNRE / TEDA|
|10.||Modernization of Electrical Machines Laboratory under AICTE MODROB Scheme||Dr. Rani Thottungal, Dr. V. Kandasamy, Dr. N. Prakash||8.4||AICTE|
|11.||Biogas Digester of Food Waste Management||Dr. Rani Thottungal, Dr. N. Prakash, Ms. P. Maithili, Mr. V.R. Balaji||3||Kumaraguru College of Technology|
|12.||Design of Boost Converter for Solar Pump||Dr. P. Thirumoorthi, Mr. M. Mathankumar||1.2||Kumaraguru College of Technology|
|13.||PV Powered BLDC Motor Drive Development of smart car security system using multisensors Smart sockets for eliminating phantom power.||Dr. D. Rajalakshmi||0.30||Alumni funded Project|
|14.||Design and Development of Grid- Integration Technology for Solar Energy with the application of Power Electronic Controller Interface||Dr. M. Nirmala, Ms. T. Shanthi||3.7||Kumaraguru College of Technology|
|15.||Research Setup of Solar PV System||Dr. R. Mahalakshmi, Dr. V. SharmilaDeve, Dr. R. Kavitha, Dr. D. Rajalakshmi||2||Kumaraguru College of Technology|
|16.||Solar Powered Auto Irrigation System for KCT Herbal Garden||Dr. Rani Thottungal, Dr. N. Prakash, Mr. V.R. Balaji||0.9||Kumaraguru College of Technology|
|17.||Automatic Ravage Detection at Water Tubes in Boiler||Dr. T. Viswanathan||0.1||TNSCST|
|18.||3d Printed Bionic Arm A||Dr. C. Udhayashankar||0.1||TNSCST|
|19.||Smart Energy Harvest and Stroage for electric vehicle onboard charging||Dr. P. Thirumoorthi||2.00||KCT- SEED Fund|
|20.||Smart Energy Monitoring and Data analytics using LORA WAN||Dr. K. Premalatha||1.30||KCT- SEED Fund|
|21.||Design and Fabrication of Memristor Device for High Performance Bio inspired Image Processing Architeture||Dr. K. Paramasivam||1.96||KCT- SEED Fund|
|22.||Workshop on Artificial Intelligence on AII||Dr. K. Premalatha||0.12||IEEE|
|23.||Organizing Faculty Development Training Program on Power Electronics||Dr. K. Premalatha||0.3||Anna university|
- Title: Design and Fabrication of E-Cargo Vehicle Team Members: S.M.Eswar, S.Ramprasath, S.Raj Mentor: Dr. M. Mohanraj Sanctioned Amount: Rs.1.5 Lakhs Funding Agency: Steadfast Ventures, Coimbatore
- Title: Smart Drinking Water Dispenser Student Lead: Dhanalakshmi Mentor: Dr. C. Udhayashankar Sanctioned Amount: Rs.40,000/- Funding Agency: KCT Re-Cell
- Title: PV Powered BLDC Motor Drive Team Members: N. Prabhakaran, M. Sridhar, P. Mahendran Sanctioned Amount: Rs.15,000/- Funding Agency: EEE Alumni Sponsorship
- Title: 3D Printed Bionic Arm Student Lead: Aadharsh Pranav Mentor: Dr. C. Udhayashankar Sanctioned Amount: Rs.10,000/- Funding Agency: TNSCST
- Title: Development of Smart Car Security System using Multi sensors Team Members: S. Sukeerthi, G. Sasikumar Sanctioned Amount: Rs.9,060/- Funding Agency: EEE Alumni Sponsorship
- Title: Smart Cart for Store Automation Team Members: M. Deepak, F. Maria Preethi, Sriharikrishnan Mentor: Mr. S. Suryaprakash Sanctioned Amount: Rs.7,500/- Funding Agency: TNSCST
- Title: Smart Socket for Eliminating Phantom Power Team Members: B.S. Dharaneeshwaran, A.P.Balakumar, K. Jayaprakash Sanctioned Amount: Rs.5,906/- Funding Agency: EEE Alumni Sponsorship
- Title: Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Student Lead: Vijay Venkatesh Mentor: Dr. C. Udhayashankar Sanctioned Amount: Rs.5,000/- Funding Agency: TNSCST
Renowned Universities, where our students are doing Masters
- Newcastle University, King’s Gate, United Kingdom
- University of Texas, USA
- A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland, USA
- Fanshawe College, LC Campus, Canada
- Nanyang Technology University, Singapore
- Stony Brook University, New York
- University of Southern California
- Politecnico Milano
- Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA
- Salzer Innovation Center (SIC) in partnership with Salzer aims at developing the knowledge base to students in design of circuit breakers and relays. The Centre will have latest Circuit breaker and relay setups for enriching students’ knowledge in field of Switch gear components.
- Photo Voltaic Innovation Center (PIC) in collaboration with Prosun Laboratories will contain latest technologies in the field of Solar Photo voltaic, for enhancing the students’ knowledge in the renewable energy based Solar and wind energy domain.
- Thick India Innovation Center (TIC) in association with Thick India will provide embedded and software development kits to enable the students for developing their own project ideas into real time. The Centre will focus on students’ knowledge building in the field of latest trends in embedded systems and IOT applications.
Innovative Teaching Learning Process done by EEE Faculty members
|S.No||Name of the faculty||Area/Topic||Details (Mode/ link)|
|1||Dr. C. Udhyashankar||BLDC Characteristics||https://youtu.be/WSkv88On5Tc|
|2||Dr. M. Mohanraj||Electrical Estimation & Costing||Case Study/Field Visits|
|3||Mr. R. Sureshkumar||Water Bottle Filling System Using PLC||Case Study Materials|
|4||Ms. G. Anushree||Counters in PLC Numerical Relay’s||https://youtu.be/JCdFg5aq8QY
|5||Dr. T. Viswanathan||Networks and Systems||https://u14gst005cs.wordpress.com
|6||Mr. N. Mohana Sundaram||Design of Synchronous Sequential Circuits||https://youtu.be/Kdy0-j3Cjek|