• Dr.Maneesha V. Ramesh receives Runners-up Award for Rural Innovations
  • Amrita Spandanam: A Wearable Wireless System for Real-Time Monitoring of Cardiac Patients
  • 2010 - 2012 M.Tech. Batch with Chancellor Amma
  • 2009 - 2011 M.Tech. Batch with Chancellor Amma

Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (AmritaWNA) is a leading edge research center focused on the emerging fields of wireless netwrks, wireless sensor networks (WSN), wireless technologies including 3G, 4G and LTE. AmritaWNA develops scientific and technological applications for practical humanitarian benefit. AmritaWNA integrates interdisciplinary research areas such as computer science, electronics and communication... »»

Ever since the inception of the first batch of the M. Tech. in Wireless Networks and Applications program in 2009 the program is successfully running with currently two batches having completed the course. Students get lots of opportunities to develop research and get 100% placement. By being in this environment, they are able to imbibe research qualities and bring out fifty-three publications. Admissions are based on Academic Merit and Interview or Entrance Test and students are provided with vobust opportunities to receive GATE scholarships... »»

awna-icon-admissions-image Building on a very successful joint project called WINSOC with about a dozen international partners, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham launched the M. Tech. program in one of the advanced topics of today, wireless networks and applications, at its Amritapuri campus, Kollam, Kerala. This M. Tech. program includes the latest advanced topics in wireless communications, mobile computing, sensor networks, Embedded Systems, signal processing, wireless networks and applications such as landslide detection, environmental monitoring etc... »»

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are one of the most promising emerging technologies, providing the opportunity for real-time monitoring of geographical regions (remote and hostile) that are prone to disasters. With a focus on landslide detection, the Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) set up a complete functional WSN system consisting of 50 geological sensors and 20 wireless sensor nodes in Idukki, a district in the Southwestern region of Kerala, India... »»

Our objective is to provide accessible quality educational technologies for all by designing innovative products that shape the lives of the people we educate. Our projects integrate research and practice with the aim of improving the educational experiences of teachers and students. Most of our work is conducted in educational settings such as classrooms, after-school programs, village and community learning centres, and teacher education programs... »»

The AmritaWNA Blog is a student-centric, open forum, set-up to enable the interaction and sharing of information and ideas, to foster and stimulate discussions, and to convey unique and interesting experiences. The Blog welcomes articles from students regarding campus and departmental activities, cultural festivals and celebrations, experiences working on research projects/papers, new and upcoming technologies, study abroad opportunities, major accomplishments/ awards/ recognitions, and student experiences working with international faculty, among other topics... Read more»

Dr. Maneesha Ramesh
Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Amritapuri Campus,Clappana P O
Kollam - 690525, Kerala, INDIA

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Telephone: +91 476 2801280
Fax: +91 476 2896178
E-mail: maneesha@amritapuri.amrita.edu
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Admissions

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By Amma's Grace, our prestigious institution with excellent infrastructure and teaching pedagogy has started admission procedures for the ensuing academic year 2014 - 2015... »»

Faculty

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Research scholars in wireless communications, mobile computing, sensor networks, embedded systems, signal processing, wireless networks and applications... »»

Facilities

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Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) set up a complete functional WSN system consisting of 50 geological sensors and 20 wireless sensor nodes... »»

Alumni

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The corporate world has widely appreciated the fact that Amrita's Alumni have the sense of responsibility which made the employers confident in delegating new changes to them... »»