ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

Recognized Research center for Visvesvasaraya Technological University and University of Mysore.Faculty with 6 PhDs and 10 others pursuing PhD. Faculty have Teaching, Industrial and Research experience..

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VISION, MISSION, OBJECTIVE & OUTCOMES

To achieve academic excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering, thus enabling students to have enhanced opportunities in the evolving global industrial scenario. To institutionalize academic, engineering and ethical culture,...

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PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Project details of various projects such as Investigation of Neural Network Architecture for Image Compressions, Student Satellite project (Student Sat-II) and many others are listed here...


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ACHIEVEMENTS & AWARDS

Achievements

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Faculty Name

Details of Achievement/Award

1

Prof S L Pinjare

Elected as " Chairman, IEEE Sensor Society, Bangalore Section for a period of two years".

2

Prof. Raghunandan Srinath

IEEE International Conference on "Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets" October, 2016 --- Invited to be an Academic Liaison Chair in the Conference and a Session Chair in one of the technical sessions.

3

Dr. S. Sandya

Best Idea award for Twin Nano Satellite Mission for Disaster Management using Nano SAR, SSTDM - International Workshop, Bangalore, India, 2014

4

Ms. Veda, Mr. Rudresh

Successfully coordinated the third NPMASS Community. The chip was fabricated at MEMSCAP with the help of
Prof. K.J. Vinoy, Assoc Prof. ECE DeptIISc

5

Ms. Veda

Fabrication of MEMS directional Microphone


Student Achievements

KPIT Sparkle Contest: KPIT is a leading Indian MNCs with a commitment to foster sustainable and socially relevant technologies. To encourage young minds towards innovation and creativity, KPIT has launched an annual contest, SPARKLE, for Science and Engineering students across India. The theme for the contest for the year 2017 was “Smart Cities”!! With every passing year the event attracts an increasing number of talented students from across the country. This year students submitted a whopping 1545 number of project proposals / ideas!! After a careful and elaborate process of scrutiny and evaluation, the expert panels have shortlisted 35 ideas / projects for showcasing at the Grand Final of this year’s event in February 2017. During the finals students compete for internships / jobs, national level visibility, awards and sizeable prize money!!

NMIT is a member of the PACE program of KPIT. Faculty at NMIT have been encouraging and supporting extensive participation of the students of the institution at SPARKLE since the inception of the contest. Over 100 project / innovation ideas have been submitted across various editions of the event by the students of NMIT. With 33 proposals / ideas accepted for consideration at SPARKLE 2017, NMIT was 4th among the list of top 10 participating institutions across India!! The fact that 2 of these proposals, were among the list of 35 shortlisted for the Grand Finals of SPARKLE 2017 stands testimony of the quality of innovation and sustained focus on ideation at NMIT. Projects of NMIT students on “Nano Fuel” for reduced emission and enhanced efficiency and smart approach for “waste Management” are selected for the Grand Finals at SPARKLE 2017. A notable aspect of each proposal that made to the Grand Finals was the interdisciplinary nature of the approach by students from ECE, ME and EEE involved in the ideation and implementation.

In all 10 student projects under the guidance of ProfRaghunandan S, Prof SankarDasiga, Prof SeetaramYaji, Prof Shashidhar KS and Prof Girish GK were shortlisted for prototyping

Ashish Tiwari, student of 7th Sem ECE, has been selected among top 09 students across the country by Indian Society for Technical Educaion (ISTE) to represent India at 12th Global Student Forum (GSF) 2016 (scheduled from 04-06 Nov 2016) and World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) 2016 (scheduled from 06-10 Nov 2016) to be held at Seoul, South Korea. He will be presenting his major project in the conference.

Nasscom, the Industry body, has organized a challenge on IoT Innovation for engineering colleges. NMIT is proud to say that our team is one of the 40 teams shortlisted from across India, including some IITs. More updates in due course.

A team of students from ECE Dept, NMIT - Santosh, Sandeep and Yuvraj, participated in "MED4DEV India-Israel Affordable Healthcare Hackathon", under the leadership of Dr Tarun, who is a medical doctor and an enterpreneur. They developed a fine product in just 1.5 days and received appreciation. Their result is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY6u6s_FfXE&feature=youtu.be


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Student name

Details of Achievement/Award

1 Santosh, Sandeep and Yuvraj – final year students in ECE Awarded runners-up prize in MED4DEV India Israel Affordable Healthcare Hackathon (Category: Smart Pills & Digestible) for developing MediBand, which helps to choose the right medicine with the help of LED and buzzers.
2 Ms. Pruthvi and Mr. Karthik C of  ECE semester 8 Awarded 3rd prize at All India level in the ARM Design Contest 2015 held at IIT Madras  - only team from South India to win a prize at this event.

3

Kamal, Avanee, Kiran and Ashwin 7th sem ECE

Excellent Paper Award IRF International Conference, Bangalore

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Gayathri, M Tech [DCN]

 

Best paper award for “Design and Implementation of an Novel Resourber for Aircraft Stealth Applications” ICCSC-2014, LBS Institute of Technology Thiruvanthapuram

LBS Institute of Technology Thiruvanthapuram


Patents (Patents filed/granted April-March 2014-15)

Mr. Rudresh KJ : Filed an Indian patent on "Surface acoustic wave biosensor based on PVDF thin film and ZnO nanoparticles"

Dr. Sreenivasappa BV and Prof. Mahaveeraswamy : Filed Indian patent on Automatic Electronic Valve.

Patent Title

Name of the Faculty

Patent File Number

Patent Status

Three axis Reaction Wheel for Satellite Dr. S Sandya 5797/CHE/2014 Filed
Method for hardware implementation of Random Perturbation Algorithm Prof S L Pinjare and Prof Veda Sandeep Nagaraj 2785/CHE/2013  
Biologically Inspired MEMS Directional Microphone with Improved Sensitivity Prof Veda Sandeep Nagaraj 3620/CHE/2015  


   
3rd prize awarded at all-India ARM Design Contest 2015    
     
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