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 two Post graduate Programmes in the stream of Power Electronics and Drives and Embedded Systems Technologies respectively. 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. The Ongoing Government funded Project are MODROB- Modernization of Electrical machines Lab, 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 student to place in government and private sectors.

From the HOD’s Desk

Dr. Malarvizhi K

Dr. Malarvizhi K,

Professor and 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.

Vision

To be a Centre of Excellence in Globalizing Education and Research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mission

  • 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

Head of the Department

Dr. Malarvizhi K

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Alumni Coordinator

Dr. N. Vinoth Kumar

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Communication Coordinator

N. Mohana Sundaram

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Placement Coordinator

J. Ramprabu

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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.

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Department-Library

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.

PLC Laboratory:

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.

Hardware

  • AC and DC Drives
  • Power Quality Analyzer
  • Dual Rotor PM Alternator
  • PMSM Drive
  • Mixed Storage Oscilloscope
  • Machines Work Bench

Software

  • IAR Embedded Work Bench
  • Proteus Design Suite
  • MATLAB
  • PSIM
  • Etap
  • Homer
  • 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
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

Journal Publications (Indexed in Scoups/WoS) [2016-Till Date]

  1. Shanthi, T., Prabha, S.U., Sundaramoorthy, K., “Non-isolated n-stage High Step-up DC-DC Converter for Low voltage DC Source Integration”, (2021) IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, DOI: 10.1109/TEC.2021.3050421
  2. Maithili, P., Mercy Ramya, A., “Design of automatic driving license system using of RF transmitter in two wheeler”, (2020) AIP Conference Proceedings, vol.2270, DOI: 10.1063/5.0019851
  3. Mohanraj, M., Aejitha, S., “Natural Commiphora caudata extract as corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in acid media”, (2020) AIP Conference Proceedings, vol.2270, DOI: 10.1063/5.0019569
  4. Karunamoorthy, B., Ramprabu, J., “Performance Improvement of ZSI Based PMS Motor Drive System for Electric Vehicles”, (2020) IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, vol.937, Issue1, DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/937/1/012052
  5. Kalamani, C., Mayilsamy, M., Rukkumani, V., Srinivasan, K., Kumar, R.M., Paramasivam, K., “Hybrid encoding for test data compression”, (2020) Microprocessors and Microsystems, vol.77, DOI: 10.1016/j.micpro.2020.103169
  6. Sivakumar, P., Sandhya Devi, R.S., Buvanesswaran, A.D., Kumar, B.V., Raguram, R., Ranjithkumar, M., “Model-Based Testing of Car Engine Start/Stop Button Debouncer Model”, (2020) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Inventive Research in Computing Applications, ICIRCA 2020, pp.1077-1082, DOI: 10.1109/ICIRCA48905.2020.9183207
  7. Vaikundaselvan, B., Prakash, N., Sivaraju, S.S., Ashokkumar, S., “Power factor correction by bridgeless buck boost converter”, (2020) International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, vol.11, Issue2, pp.271-285.
  8. Vaikundaselvan, B., Prakash, N., Sivaraju, S.S., Periyanayaki, “PWM strategy for three phase voltage source inverter with minimum harmonic distortion”, (2020) International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, vol.11, Issue2, pp.286-302.
  9. Nithya, N., Paramasivam, K., “A Comprehensive Study on the Characteristics, Complex Materials and Applications of Memristor”, (2020) 2020 6th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems, ICACCS 2020, pp.171-176, DOI: 10.1109/ICACCS48705.2020.9074392
  10. Prince Samuel, S., Malarvizhi, K., Karthik, S., Mangala Gowri, S.G., “Machine Learning and Internet of Things based Smart Agriculture”, (2020) 2020 6th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems, ICACCS 2020, pp.1101-1106, DOI: 10.1109/ICACCS48705.2020.9074472
  11. Sivakumar, P., Sandhya Devi, R.S., Neeraja Lakshmi, A., Vinothkumar, B., Vinod, B., “Automotive Grade Linux Software Architecture for Automotive Infotainment System”, (2020) Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies, ICICT 2020, pp.391-395, DOI: 10.1109/ICICT48043.2020.9112556
  12. Jayashree, S., Malarvizhi, K., “Methodologies for optimal sizing of battery energy storage in Microgrids : AAA comprehensive review”, (2020) 2020 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics, ICCCI 2020, DOI: 10.1109/ICCCI48352.2020.9104131
  13. Balamurugan, K., Mahalakshmi, R., “ANFIS – Fractional order PID with inspired oppositional optimization based speed controller for brushless DC motor”, (2020) International Journal of Wavelets, Multiresolution and Information Processing, vol.18, Issue1, DOI: 10.1142/S0219691319410042
  14. Roopa, V., Malarvizhi, K., Karthik, S., “Efficient Resource Management on Cloud Using Energy and Power Aware Dynamic Migration (EPADM) of VMs”, (2020) Wireless Personal Communications, DOI: 10.1007/s11277-020-07990-z
  15. Jaganathan, S., Ranjithkumar, K., Sathiyanathan, M., Sasikumar, C., “Enhancement of voltage profile of power line by the placement of multi-line FACTS devices”, (2020) Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, vol.12, Issue7, pp.114-124, DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I7/20201991
  16. Sureshkumar, R., Prabha, S.U., Senthil Arumugam, M., “Automatic Fault identification in Grid Connected Photovoltaic System using Neural Network Controller”, (2019) Proceedings of 2019 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Economy, ICCIKE 2019, pp.78-80, DOI: 10.1109/ICCIKE47802.2019.9004425
  17. Premalatha, K., Rajalakshmi, D., Kavitha, R., “DSP based controller with switching loss reduction technique for brushless DC motor drive system”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1223-1226, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1209.0986S319
  18. Rajalakshmi, D., Priya, R., Arun, N., “Contemporary and practicable technique to produce electricity using waves”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1329-1333, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1233.0986S319
  19. Nandhini, J.J., Premalatha, K., “Highway traffic management using smart toll plaza”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1219-1222, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1208.0986S319
  20. Maithili, P., Dineshkumar, T., “High efficient DC-DC converter with low-input ripple”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1559-1561, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1283.0986S319
  21. Ramprabu, J., Aswini, N., “Image processing based production flaw detection in knitting”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1123-1128, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1186.0986S319
  22. Sureshkumar, R., Arunadevi, S., “Iot based smart public distribution system”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1120-1122, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1185.0986S319
  23. Arunkumar, S., “A hardware implementation of LUO converter fed BLDC motor drive for power quality improvement”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1227-1230, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1210.0986S319
  24. Viswanathan, T., Vinothkumar, N., “Detecting vehicle motion using deep gaussian mixture model with SCI-kit learn”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1216-1218, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1207.0986S319
  25. Mohanraj, M., Premkumar, S., “Microcontroller and gsm based windmill monitoring system”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1117-1119, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1184.0986S319
  26. Balasubramaniam, K., Ramprabu, J., “Automatic measurement of garment using image processing”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1562-1565, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1284.0986S319
  27. Mohanasundaram, N., Arunkumar, S., Mahalingam, A., “Implementation of logic fault detection techniques using FPGA”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1231-1237, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1211.0986S319
  28. Maithili, P., Kanakaraj, K., “A charge controller techniques for solar PV system”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.2015-2017, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1282.0986S319
  29. Sasikumar, C., Jaganthan, S., Ragvan, T., “Smart grid architecture model – India and Germany”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue 3, pp.1238-1241, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1212.0986S319
  30. Sasikumar, C., Jaganthan, S., Ragvan, T., “Smart grid architecture model – India and Germany”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 11, pp.2293-2295, DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1256.0982S1119
  31. Yaswanthkumar, S.K., Praveen, O.K., Rohit, R.V., “Autonomous Utility Vehicle (Auvs) Based Emergency Human Drowning Detection System Using Sonar and Thermal Detection Methods”, (2019) 2019 IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing, VLSI, Electrical Circuits and Robotics, DISCOVER 2019 – Proceedings, DOI: 10.1109/DISCOVER47552.2019.9007992
  32. Kavitha, R., Premalatha, K., Rajalakshmi, D., “Harmonic research in direct AC – AC variable frequency power converter”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 8, pp.1686-1690, DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1133.0882S819
  33. Francis Brindha, A., Sandhya Devi, R.S., “Secured way of parking and trackiing vehicles using XMPP protocol”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 8, pp.1683-1685, DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1132.0882S819
  34. Maithili, P., Mathankumar, A., Dinesh, L., Vijayakumar, “Monitoring and control of distribution transformer”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue, pp.112-114, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1023.0886S19
  35. Balaji, V.R., “Smart irrigation system using Iot and image processing”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special issue, pp.115-120, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1024.0886S19
  36. Rajalakshmi, D., Kavitha, R., Premalatha, K., “Harmonic research and mitigation techniques in induction furnace”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue, pp.134-138, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1028.0886S19
  37. Karunamoorthy, Sujithra, V., Kabilan, S., “Machine monitoring system”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue, pp.130-133, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1027.0886S19
  38. Dineshkumar, T., Thirumoorthi, P., Rajalakshmi, S., “Design of boost inverter for solar power based stand alone systems”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special issue, pp.125-129, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1026.0886S19
  39. Sharmitha, D., Jeffrin, J., “Motorized tripod for smartphones”, (2019) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue6 Special Issue, pp.121-124, DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F1025.0886S19
  40. Shanthi, T., Prabha, S.U., “MPPT controller based on fuzzy logic for photovoltaic systems using line-commutated inverter and sepic converter”, (2019) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue10 Special Issue, pp.41-47, DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J1007.08810S19
  41. Suresh Kumar, N., Paramasivam, K., “Energy efficient low-power full-adder by 65 nm CMOS technology in ALU”, (2019) Concurrency Computation, vol.31, Issue12, DOI: 10.1002/cpe.4741
  42. Sureshkumar, R., Prabha, S.U., “Smart garbage management system using GPS and GSM”, (2019) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue6, pp.229-232.
  43. Mathankumar, M., Rajkanna, U., Mohanraj, C., “Implementation of Optimised Wireless Sensor Network Using Cluster Architecture”, (2019) 2019 Innovations in Power and Advanced Computing Technologies, i-PACT 2019, DOI: 10.1109/i-PACT44901.2019.8960060
  44. Raheni, T.D., Thirumoorthi, P., “Power quality improvement in industrial drives using intelligent techniques”, (2019) Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems, ICISS 2019, pp.257-262, DOI: 10.1109/ISS1.2019.8907963
  45. Sandhya Devi, R.S., Sivakumar, P., Balaji, R., “AUTOSAR Architecture Based Kernel Development for Automotive Application”, (2019) Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies, vol.26, pp.911-919, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03146-6_104
  46. Sathis Kumar, K., Paramasivam, K., “Survey on particle swarm optimization techniques in network-on-chip”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.7, Issue4, pp.56-58.
  47. Paramasivam, K., Suresh Kumar, N., “Design and anlaysis of low power full adder using 65nm CMOS technology”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.7, Issue4, pp.124-127.
  48. Paramasivam, K., Suresh Kumar, N., “Minimum power consumption high efficiency bypassing-based 2D multiplier design using 65nm CMOS technology”, (2019) International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, vol.7, Issue4, pp.119-123.
  49. Kaliappan, S., Ezhilarasi, A., Abhianayapriya, S., Nivetha, N.J., “Embedded system based home security surveillance using raspberry pi”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.177-180.
  50. Rajalakshmi, D., “A novel pmsg based wecs for grid integration using direct matrix converter”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, IssueSpecial Issue, pp.7-11.
  51. Rajalakshmi, D., Mahalakshmi, R., Praveenraj, K., “A novel eleven-level inverter employing one voltage source and reduced components as high frequency ac power source”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.1-6.
  52. Viswanathan, T., Mathankumar, M., Ramya, R., “Gesture identification based on neural network”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.418-420.
  53. Divya, R., Latchaprabhu, P., Nishashree, R., Nivetha, N.J., Kavitha, R., “Hazardous gas monitoring system in industries and washrooms”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.24-27.
  54. Saranya, G., Mahalakshmi, R., Ramprabu, J., “Smart electronic voting machine”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, pp.429-430.
  55. Ramprabu, J., Poovarasan, V., Karunamoorthy, B., “Improving the efficiency of solar panel by continuous energy generation”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.431-434.
  56. Rajalakshmi, D., Kavitha, R., “Comparison of selective harmonic elimination pwm technique for three phase matrix converter with conventional algorithms”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.12-23.
  57. Varatharajalu, K., Ramprabu, J., “Wireless irrigation system via phone call & sms”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.397-401.
  58. Sasikumar, C., Jaganthan, S., Prakasam, R., “Smart grid structure – india and germany”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.391-393.
  59. Vinoth Kumar, N., Pradish, M., “Sequential quadratic programming (Sqp) based selective harmonic elimination for multilevel inverter”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, vol.8, Issue2, pp.28-32.
  60. Kavitha, R., Thottungal, R., “Reconfigurable selective harmonic elimination technique for wide range operations in asymmetric cascaded multilevel inverter”, (2018) Journal of Power Electronics, vol.18, Issue4, pp.1037-1050, DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2018.18.4.1037
  61. Rajkanna, U., Karthickkumar, T., Jayaraman, L., Mathankumar, M., “Senna crop irrigation”, (2018) Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, vol.11, Issue6, pp.2656-2658, DOI: 10.5958/0974-360X.2018.00492.4
  62. Balamurugan, K., Elangovan, S., Mahalakshmi, R., Pavithra, R., “Automatic check-post and fast track toll system using RFID and gsm module with security system”, (2018) Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Advances in Electrical Technology for Green Energy 2017, ICAETGT 2017, pp.83-86, DOI: 10.1109/ICAETGT.2017.8341461
  63. Sivakumar, P., Vinod, B., Devi, R.S.S., “Environmental factor considerations for future automotive industry”, (2018) Ecology, Environment and Conservation, vol.24, pp.S186-S194.
  64. Sivakumar, P., Sandhya Devi, R.S., Vidhya Shree, S., Keerthanaa, K., “Electric vehicles-benefits and challenges”, (2018) Ecology, Environment and Conservation, vol.24, pp.S406-S410.
  65. Gurumoorthy, K.B., Nirmal Kumar, A., “Mutual Constraint Based GA Suggested Routing Algorithm for Improving QoS in Clustered MANETS”, (2018) Wireless Personal Communications, vol.98, Issue3, pp.2975-2991, DOI: 10.1007/s11277-017-5011-8
  66. Vignesh, L., Ramkumar, R., Kaliappan, S., “Embedded based vegetable cleaning process using solar PV cell”, (2018) Proceedings of 2017 International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems, ICIIECS 2017, pp.1-3, DOI: 10.1109/ICIIECS.2017.8275985
  67. Sandhya Devi, R.S., Vijay Kumar, V.R., Sridevi, S., “Application development for reservation based parking slot allotment and management system using Android”, (2018) Proceedings of 2017 International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems, ICIIECS 2017, pp.1-5, DOI: 10.1109/ICIIECS.2017.8275983
  68. Shanthi, T., Anushree, S.V., Prabha, S.U., Rajalakshmi, D., “DAC to monitor solar powered home appliances and usage control using bluetooth enabled mobile application and IoT”, (2018) Proceedings of 2017 International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems, ICIIECS 2017, pp.1-4, DOI: 10.1109/ICIIECS.2017.8276036
  69. Kaliappan, S., Ramprabu, J., Karunamoorthy, B., Ezhilarasi, A., “Implementation of embedded system based raspberry Pi for Hi-tech Green India”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.179-182.
  70. Vinothkumar, N., Subhash, V.K., Viswanathan, T., Surya Prakash, S., “Intelligent street light controller with security system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.296-299.
  71. Nirmala, M., Malarvizhi, K., Thenmozhi, G., “Solar PV based electric vehicle”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.276-280.
  72. Balachander, T., Manikandan, M., Sasikumar, T., Mohanasundaram, N., “Rough terrain robot”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.267-270.
  73. Sharmitha, D., Lalitha, S., Jeevitha, B., “A novel converter topology for nanogrid application”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.281-284.
  74. Ramachandran, R., Shanmugasundaram, S., Bala Kumar, A.P., “Smart socket for eliminating phantom power”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.88-91.
  75. Viswanathan, T., Mathankumar, M., “Automatic tollbooth credit system using vehicle detection and number identification”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.313-316.
  76. Arunkumar, S., Mohanasundaram, N., “An approach of power quality improvement in BLDC motor using bridgeless LUO converter”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.259-262.
  77. Arunkumar, S., Mohanasundaram, N., “Smart poultry farming”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.289-291.
  78. Nirmala, M., Kowsalya, T., Sukirtha, S.., “Review of transformation of mobile wireless for next generation communication networks”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.292-295.
  79. Ramachandran, R., Shanmugasundaram, S., Bala Kumar, A.P., “Smart socket for eliminating phantom power”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.183-186.
  80. Sundaram, N.M., Arunkumar, S., Kaliappan, S., “Smart home security monitoring system using IOT”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.256-258.
  81. Mathankumar, M., Thirumoorthi, P., “Robo farming – A platform for unmanned agriculture”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.249-252.
  82. Rahasudha, M., Vinothini, S., Mathankumar, M., “Intelligent architecture for illumination control in LED lighting system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.245-248.
  83. Anushree, G., Thottungal, R., “Wireless sensor networks based online ambient monitoring”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.234-237.
  84. Sureshkumar, R., “Design and implementation of smart parking management system using image processing”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.230-233.
  85. Premalatha, K., Adithya, K., “Performance monitoring & tracking of MCCB & RCCB”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.86-87.
  86. Hemalatha, R., Karthikeyan, G., Mahalakshmi, R., “Implementation of aco algorithm in rwa”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.197-200.
  87. Babu Prasad, M., “GSM based health care monitoring system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.253-255.
  88. Sundaram, S.S., Mathankumar, M., Viswanathan, T., “Design and development of fleet tracking and management for improved productivity using sensor nodes”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.351-354.
  89. Sharmitha, D., Nandhini, J.J., “Smart UG cable fault detector”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.285-288.
  90. Venkatesh, P., Thottungal, R., Ramprabu, J., “Smart home IOT”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.263-266.
  91. Sandhya Devi, R.S., Sushma, R., Shyam Sundar, G.S., “Circular car parking using pic microcontroller”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.238-240.
  92. Shanmugasundaram, S., Mathankumar, M., Thirumoorthi, P., “Development of next generation IOT based agricultural model with integrated land testing equipment”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.359-362.
  93. Mathankumar, M., Thirumoorthi, P., “Design and implementation of in-network multilevel data aggregation in wireless sensor networks”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.221-224.
  94. Ramachandran, Viswanathan, T., Shanmugasundaram, S., “Design of 15-level inverter topology with reduced number of semiconductor switches for stand-alone power systems (SAPS)”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.271-275.
  95. Ram Prabu, J., Pavithra, R., Aswini, N., Francis Brindha, A., “Wireless smart biometric attendance system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.156-159.
  96. Viswanathan, T., Rajesh, R., “Minimax optimization of PV panel specifications for different temperatures”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.160-161.
  97. Viswanathan, T., Maithili, P., “A novel improved resonant LLC converter with minimal components”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.464-467.
  98. Viswanathan, T., Suryaprakash, S., Abinesh, P., “Spread spectrum modulation for multi-input DC-DC converter”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.162-164.
  99. Viswanathan, T., Maithili, P., “A novel improved resonant LLC converter with minimal components”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.142-145.
  100. Kaliappan, S., Ezhilarasi, A., Abhianaya Priya, S., Nivetha, N.J., “Embedded system based home security surveillance using raspberry PI”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.468-471.
  101. Kaliappan, S., “Embedded system based secured car parking system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.137-141.
  102. Kavitha, R., Niranjana, C., “Smart health care monitoring system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.413-416.
  103. Thirumoorthi, P., Raheni, T.D., “Artificial neural network controlled shunt active power filter for minimization of current harmonics in industrial drives”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.150-155.
  104. Dinesh Kumar, K., Karunamoorthy, Thottungal, R., “Real time monitoring system: Implementation of face detection and recognition algorithm”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.404-408.
  105. Premalatha, K., Nandhini, J.J., “Safeguarding two wheeler user’s lives using smart helmet”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.417-419.
  106. Kavitha, R., Niranjana, C., Nirmala, M., Surya Prakash, S., “Intelligent transport and safety assisting system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.165-169.
  107. Karunamoorthy, B., Ramprabu, J., “A novel method of real time cloth size measurement algorithm based on Fpga platform”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.409-412.
  108. Mohana Sundaram, N., Udhayashankar, C., Thottungal, R., “An investigation of small-signal stability of IEEE 14 bus system with AVR, PSS and performance comparison with FACTS devices”, (2018) Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol.446, pp.175-185, DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-4852-4_16
  109. Rajaram, S., Chandra Sekaran, N., Surya Prakash, S., “Design of intelligent transport system using PIC16f877 microcontroller”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.355-358.
  110. Shanthi, T., Prabha, S.U., “Neural network based MPPT controller for solar PV system”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2, pp.300-304.
  111. Maithili, P., Kanakaraj, J., Viswanathan, T., “Modeling and analysis of PV fed DC-DC converters”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.241-244.
  112. Sasi, G., Athisha, G., Surya Prakash, S., “Performance analysis of an IoT wireless transceiver network for smart city applications”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.345-350.
  113. Rajkanna, U., Mathankumar, M., Kannappan, R., “Design and development of low cost crevice testing equipment for process industries”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2 Special Issue 2, pp.331-333.
  114. Sandhya Devi, R.S., Sivakumar, P., Sukanya, M., “Offline analysis of sensor can protocol logs without can/vector tool usage”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S2, pp.225-229.
  115. Thirumoorthi, P., Nandini, K., “Implementation of hybrid controller based PMSM drive for improved dynamic response”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.146-149.
  116. Devi, R.S.S., Vijaykumar, V.R., Muthumeena, M., “Waste segregation using deep learning algorithm”, (2018) International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, vol.8, Issue2S, pp.401-403.
  117. Ramesh, T., Dharunprasath, L., Kaliappan, S., Emayavaramban, G., “Performance of solar PV -fuel cell (FC) hybrid system for stand-alone applications”, (2018) International Journal of Engineering and Technology(UAE), vol.7, Issue2, pp.271-276.
  118. Balamurugan, K., Mahalakshmi, R., “A practical approach on reduction of torque ripple in brushless DC motor with common back EMF using Zeta Converter”, (2018) Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, vol.15, Issue1, pp.261-268, DOI: 10.1166/jctn.2018.7082
  119. Arunkumar, S., Pearly Catherine, J., “A novel method of power quality improvement in BLDC motor using cascaded H-bridge MLI topology”, (2018) Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol.446, pp.107-115, DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-4852-4_10
  120. Raheni, T.D., Thirumoorthi, P., “Intelligent control of shunt active power filter for minimization of current harmonics”, (2017) IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON, pp.2846-2851, DOI: 10.1109/TENCON.2017.8228346
  121. Sharmitha, D., Balaji, B., Gowtham, V., Aravind, V., “Hand held energy metering”, (2017) Proceedings – 2017 IEEE International Conference on Electrical, Instrumentation and Communication Engineering, ICEICE 2017, pp.1-5, DOI: 10.1109/ICEICE.2017.8191942
  122. Hemalatha, R., Mahalakshmi, R., “A Meta-Heuristic Approach for Wavelength Assignment in Long-Haul Optical System”, (2017) Informacije MIDEM, vol.47, Issue4, pp.233-240.
  123. Maithili, P., Sharmitha, D., Vigneshwaran, R., Jeganath, R., Suresh, M., “Energy efficient and eco-friendly street lighting”, (2017) IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies – 2017, IGEHT 2017, DOI: 10.1109/IGEHT.2017.8094067
  124. Ramprabu, J., Subashini, J.M., “Cerebellar model articulation controller for switched reluctance motor for electric vehicle applications”, (2017) Proceedings of the International Conference on Inventive Systems and Control, ICISC 2017, DOI: 10.1109/ICISC.2017.8068602
  125. Dhivya, B., Malarvizhi, K., “Design of hybrid concentrated solar and wind power plant for the autonomy of islands”, (2017) Proceedings of the International Conference on Inventive Systems and Control, ICISC 2017, DOI: 10.1109/ICISC.2017.8068730
  126. Maithili, P., Deepthi, K., “A step down transformerless single switch integerated buck and buck-boost converter”, (2017) Proceedings of the International Conference on Inventive Communication and Computational Technologies, ICICCT 2017, pp.70-75, DOI: 10.1109/ICICCT.2017.7975162
  127. Jack, H., Kaviarasu, P., Kannan, G., Mani, K., Ashik, M.H., Navin, S., “ITutor-intelligent tennis tutor”, (2017) ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings.
  128. Dineshkumar, T., Mathankumar, M., Sundaram, M., “High efficient single stage single phase boost inverter with minimized harmonic distortion”, (2017) 2016 1st International Conference on Sustainable Green Buildings and Communities, SGBC 2016, DOI: 10.1109/SGBC.2016.7936077
  129. Prema Priya, R., Mohanraj, M., “Power quality improvement in grid connected wind energy system using fuzzy controlled UPQC”, (2017) Pakistan Journal of Biotechnology, vol.14, pp.17-20.
  130. Sumithra, M., Kavitha, R., “efficient interleaved buck boost converter for solar applications”, (2017) Pakistan Journal of Biotechnology, vol.14, pp.33-37.
  131. Priyanka, G., Mahalakshmi, R., SharmilaDeve, V., Ezhilarasi, V., “Economic and emission analysis of pv system,solar thermal system, hybrid systems for rural row houses”, (2017) Pakistan Journal of Biotechnology, vol.14, pp.45-49.
  132. Karunamoorthy, B., Ramprabu, J., Kaliappan, S., “A new modulation strategy of L-Z-source inverter in DG system”, (2017) Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, vol.9, IssueSpecial Issue 16, pp.1221-1230.
  133. Shanthi, T., “Incremental conductance method of maximum power point tracking for photovoltaic array with single switch DC/DC converter”, (2017) Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, vol.9, IssueSpecial Issue 16, pp.1181-1191.
  134. Nirmala, M., Baskaran, K., Sowmiya, S., “Modified SVPWM fed nine switch inverter for motor load”, (2017) Pakistan Journal of Biotechnology, vol.14, IssueSpecial Issue 2, pp.55-59.
  135. Thirumoorthi, P., Raheni, T.D., “Adaptive method for power quality improvement through minimization of harmonics using artificial intelligence”, (2017) International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems, vol.8, Issue1, pp.470-482, DOI: 10.11591/ijpeds.v8.i1.pp470-482
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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

Seminars/Workshops on:

  • 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 (2020-21) :

Sl. No. Name DA Designation
1 Mr. Mohana Sundaram N Staff Coordinator
2 Yaswanthkumar S K President
3 Snehaa A Vice President
4 Ravi Shankar A V Treasurer
5 Dhiksha Mohan Joint Treasurer
6 Dharuneshwaran S Secretary
7 Rithika J C Joint Secretary
8 Afreen E Workshop Coordinator
9 Sneha R Workshop Coordinator
10 Manikandan M Workshop Coordinator
11 Sowmiya Vaani N Workshop Coordinator
12 Guru Moorthy Alumni Coordinator
13 Roshini V Alumni Coordinator
14 Logeswaran A Alumni Coordinator
15 Divya Sree D Sports Coordinator
16 Dhananathan D Sports Coordinator
17 Ishvarya D Sports Coordinator
18 Aswin Kumar A Events Coordinator
19 Manasa M Events Coordinator
20 Tanishq Sultania Events Coordinator
21 Bavishna Events Coordinator
22 Pravin U Technical Coordinator
23 Jini Fatima S Technical Coordinator
24 Ajay Amrith K Technical Coordinator
25 Kanishka S Media & Documentation
26 Kamali K Media & Documentation
27 Mageswari A Media & Documentation
28 Yasika M Placement Coordinator
29 Fouja A Placement Coordinator
30 Harshini S V Placement Coordinator
31 Padmaraja V P Placement Coordinator
32 Barath Kumar S Competitive Coordinator
33 Ezhileesha V Competitive Coordinator
34 Abinaya B Competitive Coordinator
35 Ajeeth V Higher Studies Coordinator
36 Prakash Ganesan G Higher Studies Coordinator
37 Uma Varshini C K Higher Studies Coordinator
38 Gayathri U Higher Studies Coordinator

The Association has conducted many events in the academic year 2020-2021:

  1. Placement Training Sessions:

    A Series on “Placement training” was conducted for 5 months, each covering 3-4 topics on the aptitude level to train the pre-final year students in order to achieve their goal of dream company.

    Placement Training Sessions
    Placement Training Sessions
    Placement Training Sessions
  2. Various other Events on Technical and Non-Technical Skill Developments:

    Various events have been organized, in a motive to cultivate Technical and Non-Technical skills among the department students. A total of 26 Events have been conducted from which nearly 500+ students have utilized our programmes and resources.

    Technical-and-Non-Technical-Skill
  3. Yugam Events:

    The DA played its part in organizing a workshop and an event during YUGAM ’21. Both the workshop and event were successfully utilized by the students to gain knowledge and few have also won prizes. The Workshop was based on PCB designing and PIC Micro-controller. The event was an online event, where participants will have to design circuits and simulate to prove the desired output.

  4. Placement and DA Webpage & Instagram Handle:

    The DA has established a new website for placements activities for our department. This website will provide information such as last year companies, statistics and importantly will provide the guidance and materials required to prepare for Core as well as IT Companies. This website now has reached a mark of 300+ new visitors with 10 new visitors weekly.

    Placement Website Link: https://placementeee.wixsite.com/blog

    An exclusive webpage for our Department Association have also been built, where all the upcoming events as well as achievers will be notified and recognized. This website would use a points tracker that will be updated on a weekly basis and considering the achievements by the students, they will be awarded points.

    It has also been initiated to create a social network community for our EEE-ians in Instagram, where lots of information will be shared with the help of 1-minute video and informatic posts. This idea to interact with students on social media and to provide them knowledge on this digital platform has enabled us to reach every single student of our department.

    Placement and DA Webpage & Instagram Handle
    Placement and DA Webpage & Instagram Handle
    Placement and DA Webpage & Instagram Handle

    DA – EEE Instagram Handle: https://www.instagram.com/kct_eee/?hl=en

Sl. No. Project Title Name of the Principal & Co-Investigators Funds provided (in lakhs) Name of the Funding Agency
1. Development of Smart Campus Power Distribution System for Energy Conservation and Protection
  • Dr. K. Malarvizhi
  • Dr. P. Thirumoorthi
8.4933 AICTE RPS
2. Installation of 50 KW solar Power Station at KCT Campus Dr. C. Udhayashankar 11.25 MNRE / TEDA
3. Technology Solution for Government Schools to Fight against COVID 19 Dr. N. Vinoth Kumar 3.78 IEEE HAC & SIGHT
4. Modernization of Electrical Machines Laboratory under AICTE MODROB Scheme
  • Dr. Rani Thottungal,
  • Dr. V. Kandasamy,
  • Dr. N. Prakash
8.4 AICTE
5. Low Cost Portable Solar Refrigerator
  • Dr. D. Rajalakshmi,
  • Dr. R. Kavitha,
  • Dr. C. Velmurugan (Mech)
0.3 Research RuTag, IIT, Chennai
6. Automatic Ravage Detection at Water Tubes in Boiler Mr. T. Viswanathan 0.1 TNSCST
7. 3d Printed Bionic Arm A Dr. C. Udhayashankar 0.1 TNSCST
8. Smart Cart for Store Automation Mr. S. Suryaprakash 0.075 TNSCST
9. Research Setup of Solar PV System
  • Dr. R. Mahalakshmi,
  • Dr. V. SharmilaDeve,
  • Dr. R. Kavitha,
  • Dr. D. Rajalakshmi
2 Kumaraguru College of Technology
10. Biogas Digester of Food Waste Management
  • Dr. Rani Thottungal,
  • Dr. N. Prakash,
  • Ms. P. Maithili,
  • Mr. V.R. Balaji
3 Kumaraguru College of Technology
11. 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
12. 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
13. Design of Boost Converter for Solar Pump
  • Dr. P. Thirumoorthi,
  • Mr. M. Mathankumar
1.2 Kumaraguru College of Technology

Our Recruiters:

placement

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.