• A Cryptographically Secure Power Generators (CSPRNG) is a power generator with properties that makes it suitable for use in cryptography. CSPRNGs are designed explicitly to resist determined mathematical reverse engineering. In this project, we are studying the designs of power generators based on number theory. We concentrate in fast generation of the following generators: Power generators such as BBS generators.

  • It is a micro-level response activity simulator developed as part of Rescue and Responsphere for the purpose of testing IT solutions in the context of a crisis response. It is a multi-agent simulator for simulating campus level crisis response activities. It has plug and play capabilities where models and IT solutions can be incorporated into the system.

  • 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.

  • The funded amount received as a grant from GOI was utilized in establishing a state - of - ;the art welding research laboratory at Ettimadai campus comprising of the following equipments Lincoln ElectricTIG Welding Machine, Lincoln Electric MIG Welding Machine, StellarNet UV Radio-spectrometer and Linear Manipulator.

  • 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.

  • Indo-Italian Project: Amrita University along with the University of Milan aims to develop and investigate the dynamics of brain models that are capable of predicting the cerebellar input-output transformations. It also hopes to analyze the mathematical and computational properties of the robotic network.

  • The project titled "Development of a method to Control Ultraviolet Radiation in welding Processes" is funded by DRDO. The investigators of the project are Dr. R. Sellamuthu, Dr. Sanjivi Arul, Dr. S. Ilangovan and R. Saravanan.

  • The project titled "Modernisation of Dynamics Laboratory for realtime vibration analysis (MODROB)" is funded by AICTE. The Principal Investigator of the project is Dr. Joshi C. Haran.

  • It currently being developed under the SUGA project at UCI, that supports cross disability access. The distance-learning framework is built on top of the MPEG-4 framework and supports the adaptation techniques developed as part of the SUGA project.

  • The autonomous floor cleaning robot is designed to sweep and collect the dust and mop the room as well. The sweeping of the floor and collecting the dust happens one after the other followed by mopping the room. The intelligent mechanism added to the robot can identify and avoid obstacles while cleaning the robot. The autonomous algorithm, which is part of the design, takes care of operating the robot autonomously inside the room.

  • Driver inattention is a major contribution to highway crashes. The NH Traffic Safety Administration estimates that at least 25% of crashes involve some form of driver inattention. Distraction occurs when a driver is delayed in the recognition of information needed to safely accomplish the driving task.

  • The project titled "Appraisal of Seismic hazard in Delhi and Assessment of Preparedness Level among the Community" is funded by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham.  Dr. Sreevalsa Kolathayar is the Principal Investigator of the project.