• AMMACHI Labs (Amrita Multi Modal Applications and Computer Human Interaction)  is an academic and research center at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham that brings an interdisciplinary approach to addressing societal challenges through skill development and women empowerment.

  • Amrita Center for Research in Advanced Technologies for Education (Amrita CREATE) is an educational technology initiative pioneered by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and is located at the Amritapuri Campus. CREATE applies innovative digital solutions to provide accessible and affordable educational technologies for all. The center aims to improve the quality of education for all with its innovative solutions that integrates research and practice. With a focus towards achieving this, the center strives to advance research on innovative pedagogy, architectural frameworks and implementations of both e-Learning and m-Learning systems with an emphasis on personalised assessment and learning.

  • Amrita e-Learning Research Labs (AERL) aim to empower people through digital means of distance education and social collaboration. AERL addresses lack of highly qualified and experienced teachers in institutes of higher education to empower young startups in their journey to full-fledged business organizations, provides free tuition programs to college students in order to enhance their knowledge and job prospects and provides free e-learning tools to schools and vocational training institutes.

  • The Center for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment is a research focused academic center for promoting gender equality and fostering women’s empowerment with a special focus on technology and other innovative methods. This center will offer diverse courses on key focus areas, pilot radical ideas, and collaborate with leading universities and institutions to advance the initiatives. The center will also act as major resource center for the implementation of various development projects undertaken by the institution and the parent organization, M A Math.

  • Amrita Center for Computational Neuroscience has been instituted to comprehend the brain and its neural circuits by devising mathematical models. In contrast to other fields in biology, mathematical thinking and methodology have become entrenched in neuroscience since its very beginning, as witnessed by the classical work of Hodgkin and Huxley. Indeed, important developments in mathematics, and particularly in statistics (for example, point processes theory), have their roots in this field. One of the biggest open challenges mathematicians and engineers face, is understanding the complex computation that takes place in our brain.