• The objective of the work was to develop aluminum alloys containing lithium, copper, and zirconium for aerospace applications. Moderately thick deposits of binary and ternary alloys of aluminum with lithium, copper and zirconium were successfully electrodeposited. This was achieved at room temperature through the use of low cost ionic liquid containing AlCl3 and triethylammine hydrochloride (Et3NHCl).

  • The stability theory of stream ciphers suggests that good key stream sequences must not only have a large linear complexity, but also change of a few terms must not cause a significant drop of the Linear complexity. This unfavorable property leads to the concept of k-error linear complexity. In this project we propose to extend this to the case of multisequences.

  • This testing facility is created to modernize the Heat Engines laboratory with funding from AICTE in the MODROB scheme with the equipments indicating Package, Crank angle encoder, and Combustion Analyser Eddy current Dynamometer. 

  • 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 funded amount received from AICTE under Research Promotion Scheme (RPS) will be utilized to create facility with a vision system and a tri-axial manipulator in the Welding Research Lab. Research in the area of controlling the welding process with a feed-back of weld pool geometry has been of interest lately as a way to improve the quality and the consistency. 

  • In this project we are attempting to address various VLSI design related issues with a special focus on low area and low power implementation of the finite filed arithmetic. We intend to select a few algorithms with the potential for application in the area. Their realization with FGPA will be studied, analyzed and compared. The focus will be on the identification of algorithms and parameter combinations which will deliver optimum performance.

  • WINSOC is a European Commission funded collaborative research project comprised of 11 academic research institutes and industry partners based in India and Europe. This project developed a novel method of wireless sensor network that mimics biological systems. 

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

  • The  project  aims  to  develop  elastomer-based  polymer  nanocomposites [PNC]  for  use  as  engine  gimbal  control  system  bladders,  critical  components in  a  launch  vehicle.  Currently  nitrile  rubber  [NBR]  compounds  based  on microcomposites  are  being  used  for  the  purpose.  Resistance  to  crack formation  under  dynamic  conditions  and  compatibility  with  oil  and  gas permeability  are  the  important  characteristics  of  these  bladders.

  • The funded amount received from AICTE under MODROB scheme has been utilized to modernize the Metallurgy Laboratory with the following equipments:

  • METASIM is a highly distributed collection of simulation tools connected by a series of translators that access a common database.

  • 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.