• The project titled, Processing and Characterization of Heat Treated Functionally Graded Aluminium (A359) Composites for Aerospace Applications, is funded by ARDB. The investigator is Dr. N. Radhika. The duration of the project is 2 years. 

  • The project titled Technology inputs in promoting indigenous food recipes of Irulas and Kurumbas tribes and empowering disadvantaged youth of Masinagudi and Ebbanad village of The Nilgiri District, is funded by Ministry of Tribal Affairs. The investigators of the project are Dr. T. Senthil Kumar, Dr. S. Rajendra Kumar, Dr. Udhaya Kumar. The duration of the project is 1 year.

  • The project titled A Service - Oriented Pervasive Framework for Smart Hospitals, is funded by NRDMS/DST. The investigators of the project are Dr. Vidhya Balasubramanian, Dr. G.Jeyakumar, Dr. C.K.Shyamala.  The duration of the project is 24 months.

  • The project titled A Framework for event modeling and detection for Smart Buildings using Vision Systems, is funded by DST(NRDMS). The investigators of the project are Dr. Latha Parameswaran, Dr.T.Senthil Kumar.  The duration of the project is 24 months.

  • "My experience wholeheartedly changed my global perspective. It showed me the amount of effort, time, and energy it takes to create simple, but sustainable solutions for basic human necessities like drinking water and the work that needs to be done."

    - Jewel Yoko Kentilitisca, University of New Mexico, U.S.

  • The project titled ''Automation of Transport and Building Feature Extraction using Deep Learning with Super-Resolution Enhancement of Satellite Imagery'' is funded by Indian Council Of Social Science Research. The investigator of the project is Dr. B. Rajathilagam. 

  • "This experience gave us the chance to explore our own personal strengths and weaknesses and allowed us to play to each individual’s strengths within the team. These past two months have been an amazing experience and one that will live in my memory for a long time to come."

    - Emma Sumner, University of Manchester, U.K.

  • Amrita is conducting humanitarian oriented research to provide cost-efficient water filtration solutions to the villages in India. One of these projects is a water desalination unit. It filtrates impurities by replicating the natural cycle, where air and natural heat are used for vapourising, dehumidifying and finally collecting water.  Continuing the work carried out previously, students manufactured the unit and started testing it., They also went to the field in flood affected areas of Kerala in August 2018 to understand the actual needs of the people.

  • Research is ongoing to see how traditional techniques can be used along with other locally available materials to propose sustainable alternatives. Amrita University Coimbatore campus students are working on rammed earth construction.

  • The project titled " A Modular Cyber Physical System for Sustainable Water Management" is funded by ICPS Division DST, Government of India.  Dhanesh G. Kurup is the Co-Principal Investigator of the project.

  • The project titled "Automated structural evolution and performance optimization of RF bandpass filters - An evolutionary Algorithmic Design Approach." is funded by ISAC – ISRO. Dr. S. Natarajamani, Dr. M. Jayakumar, Dr. M. Nirmala Devi, Dr. C. Shunmuga Velayutham are the investigators of the project.

  • "The project aligned with my research interest in affordable, sustainable, and responsive housing. This was a real-world, real-time project that helped me develop, especially in regards to field work and data collection. We were in charge of the project, and moving it forward. The professors and mentors were very helpful and responsive when we needed it. It was great to collaborate and learn on a multidisciplinary team! ”

    - Nicole Little, University at Buffalo, U.S.