M. Sc. in Physics (Offered at Bengaluru Campus)

Bengaluru campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham offers M. Sc. (Master of Science) in Physics. The broad objective of the programme is to develop manpower in the field of science and technology to undertake teaching and research in the fields of basic and applied sciences which will help the society and the nation at large.The programme prepares a student to take up research in the area of pure and applied Physics. The courses are a mix of fundamental and applied areas. Special emphasis is attached in developing analytical, numerical, experimental and computational skills.

M. Sc. (Master of Science) in Chemistry (Offered at Bengaluru Campus)

​Bengaluru campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham offers M. Sc. (Master of Science) in Chemistry. Chemistry, being a central science, encompasses the synthesis and study of molecules and materials, the exploration of their properties and the development of ways to use them in real life. The main objective of the course  is to provide fundamental insight into chemical compounds with applications ranging from medicine, catalysis, nano technology, computational modeling, green chemistry, alternative energy sources etc. The Master's degree program in Chemistry also forms the foundation for doctoral programs in Chemistry.

M. Sc. in Mathematics (Offered at Bengaluru Campus)

​Bengaluru campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham offers M. Sc. (Master of Science) in Mathematics. The two year M. Sc. in Mathematics program offered at Amrita up skills graduates with a strong mathematical background into versatile intellects by developing their skills to solve real problems. Students are expected to be competent enough to formulate problems and models in mathematical terms from sketchy descriptions, perform mathematical analysis, expand numerical methods, scribe a computer algorithms which provides sensible solutions to the problem and illustrate these results to an end user who can either be a client, student from peer groups etc. Due emphasis is put on the necessity of procedural problem solving skills.

Ph. D. in Engineering

Ph. D. in Engineering is offered at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. 

M. Tech. in Communication Engineering & Signal Processing

Communication Engineering and Signal Processing applications have been rapidly growing and evolving over the past few years. Ubiquitous communication is becoming a necessity for the society. The proposed M.Tech. Program is designed to offer not only in-depth theoretical knowledge in the area of Communications, Signal Processing, and Wireless Networks, but also system modeling and integration aspects emphasizing overall system behavioral studies in a laboratory. Such courses are unique and fall in-line with the requirements from the industries. At the end of the programme the student achieves the ability to identify pressing research issues and research directions in Communications, Signal Processing, and Wireless Networks.

M. Tech. in VLSI Design (Offered at Bangalore & Coimbatore Campus)

Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) Circuit Design is the process of designing a large computer chip (more specifically, an integrated circuit, or IC), using computer-aided design (CAD) tools on a workstation or a personal computer (PC). The course demands learning the principles of VLSI design, designing and fabricating the state- of-the-art VLSI chips, understanding the complete design flow and expertise to design CMOS chips for industrial requirements. The curriculum focuses on employing hierarchical design methods and understanding the design issues at the various levels of hierarchy. Students are exposed to various design softwares in this programme. Also, they learn to design, simulate, implement and test complex digital systems using FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays). The main objectives of this course are to analyze the electrical and design characteristics of transistors, gates and to study the issues and methodologies involved in the integration of these devices into complex high-performance systems.

M. Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering (Offered at Bangalore & Coimbatore Campus)

This M. Tech. programme aims at preparing the students to take up application, research and development activities in core and some emerging areas in Computer Science, with focus on AI and AI related applications in a distributed computing environment. The programme includes advanced level courses in Computer Architecture, Networking, Algorithms, Data Bases, Distributed Computing and Computational Intelligence. This programme will provide a strong basis in Computer Science for those who opt for a serious career in industry.

The purpose of the programme is to generate human resources capable of supporting R & D activities in critical areas like automated, secured, monitoring and surveillance systems, medical diagnostics, intelligent monitoring systems etc. The diversity of platforms available for implementation and the huge volume of data available for analysis, knowledge mining activities associated with biological systems, medical field, data related to climate changes etc. attract employment opportunities.

M. Tech. in Thermal Science & Energy Systems

The program relates to study of heat and mass transfer, thermodynamics, and combustion describe the focus of the Thermal Sciences Program. Research directions in the Thermal Sciences span a wide variety of topics that have both scientific and engineering context. The program offers a generous selection of active research programs encompassing various aspects of thermal science and engineering. Typically, these programs employ advanced computational methods, as well as sophisticated experimental instrumentation. At the graduate level, our courses and seminars are designed to prepare students for conducting advanced research and development work throughout their studies and later in their careers. These courses cover the fundamental disciplines, as well as specialized topics such as fire safety, reacting flows, physicochemical fluid dynamics, transport in porous media, microscale transport, and turbulent transport.

M. Tech. in Power Electronics

Power Electronics plays an important role in processing and controlling the flow of electric energy by supplying voltages and currents in forms that are optimally suited for the user loads from a few watts to several mega watts. The application areas include wide spectrum such as Heating and Lighting Control, AC and DC Power Supplies, Electric Motor Control, Energy Conservation, Process Control and Factory Automation, Transportation, HVDC, FACTS Devices, Power Quality Improvement etc. Power Electronics encompasses many fields within Electrical engineering. The PG program includes courses in Mathematics, Cultural Education and the core subject areas. In core subject areas, emphasis is given on power processors with recent and emerging power switching devices, electrical machines and their control, measurement and processing of signals, signal processors, control systems and digital system design required to build any power electronic equipment with necessary controllers. The program offers electives for the students to enhance the knowledge of emerging machines, areas of power electronics applications and techniques to optimize the designs. The Program culminates with a project work in which the students are encouraged to work on specific areas involving design, simulation, fabrication and testing of any power electronics system having research/industrial application values.

M. Tech. in Embedded Systems

Almost all Electronics, Electrical and Mechanical systems are now controlled by a controller, which is embedded as a part of the complete system. Such a system is called an Embedded System. Examples are tele-communication systems, chemical-processing plants, transportation systems such as aircrafts and automobiles, bio-medical instruments and home appliances like microwave ovens and washing machines. The characteristics of embedded systems are that they are designed to do some specific tasks often in real time satisfying certain performance requirements. It is achieved through the controllers and software called firmware stored in read only memory of the controller.

The vast majority of control systems built today are embedded, that is, they rely on builtin, special-purpose microcontrollers (digital computers) to close their feedback loops. Some systems may contain large number of controllers. In such settings, controllers often use shared networks to communicate with each other and with large numbers of sensors and actuators scattered throughout the system. The design of embedded controllers and the intricate, automated communication networks that support them raises many new problems- theoretical and practical about network protocols, compatibility of operating systems, and ways to maximize the effectiveness of the embedded hardware. This course will address many such questions and aspects of embedded and networked control.

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