• “I chose to be part of the Live-in-Labs® program because it is distinctive. We had the opportunity to be part of and experience the hardships of those in need. I learned so much in the past one month and not just from the project itself but from all the people I worked with and met. I will be going back to my home country with so many memories, and I will definitely recommend this program to my colleagues and friends.”

    - Pemba Sherpa, University at Buffalo, U.S

  • This research project identifies an appropriate combination of metal-elastomeric module configuration, using multi-layer shear damped viscoelastic approach, for mitigating the structure-bound vibrations on to the sensitive equipment. The composites are made of a metal (aluminium), and an elastomer (natural rubber and silicone rubber).

  • The project titled Design of Low Weight Shaped Beam Reflector Antenna with Integral IFF and SLB Antenna is handled by the Center for Computational Engineering and Networking. The Principal Investigator of the project are Prof. A. N. Shivaram and Prof. C. G. S. Sarma.

  • "Development and Implementation of a Robust Pre-Processing Technique for Detection Improvement in Passive SONAR” under Contract for Acquisition of Research Services (CARS) by Government of India, Ministry of Defence Research and Development Organisation, Naval Physical Ocenographic Laboratory (NPOL), Kochi.

  • All the state of the art methods of image fusion techniques were compiled and implemented as easy to use software.

  • This project is an initiative of Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. The principal investigator of the project is Dr. Soman K. P., Professor and Head, Amrita Center for Computational Engineering and Networking (CEN). 

  • This project aims to study the extent of software piracy and other digital content piracy in India, the methods by which piracy is done, and also the common methods adopted by organizations to curtail piracy of their intellectual properties. The project also aims at finding, developing and integrating softwares used for detecting digital content plagiarism and software piracy.

  • Wordnet is an online lexical reference system. Its design is inspired by current psycholinguistic and computational theories of human lexical memory. Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are organized into synonymous sets, each representing one underlying lexicalized concept. Different semantic relations link the synonymous sets. Wordnet is neither a traditional dictionary nor a thesaurus but combines features of both types of lexical reference resources.

  • The objectives of the projects is to develop a system that extracts objects and motion information, uses an extensible object-relational system for organizing multimedia and incorporates novel query-processing techniques for similarity queries.

  • In order to facilitate remote experimentation for multiple users, the project demonstrates the possibility of real-time shared access for multiplexing the usage of control and acquisition hardware. The project also investigates and develops the architecture for scaling up the experiments by effective timesharing of available resources to be made available to large scale of users.

  • This is concerned with development of video summarization techniques like Non negative matrix factorization, singular value decomposition etc.