• The aim of the project is develop a glucose sensor which work in closed-loop with the insulin pump. 

  • Rural women are often a marginalized group when it comes to bringing in a sustainable income for the family. They are often overlooked when it comes to opportunities for skill development and life enrichment initiatives. This project seeks to understand the ground realities and pain points faced by women and explore possible avenues for sustainable skill development.

  • Repetitive patterns are present in various structures and shapes of the world at many different scales and forms. In man-made environments, structures with repetitive patterns or elements are often employed as they are aesthetically pleasing.Detection of such repetitive structures can help in applications such as image retrieval, image inpainting,3D reconstruction.

  • Design and Control of Myo-Electric Prosthetic Arm - To design and manufacture a myoelectric controlled prosthetic arm for trans-radial and wrist disarticulated amputees

  • The Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) has become an integral part of mainstream computing. The advancement and evolution of GPU has lead to a significant performance improvement of many algorithms used in day today life. Being a powerful Graphics engine, GPU’s are also powerful programmable processors featuring wide range of benefits over memory and arithmetic calculation.

  • The project titled "Analysis of Seepage Induced Soil Mass Movements and Stabilization using sand Drains" is funded by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Mr. R. Ramkrishnan is the Principal Investigator of the project. 

  • The project titled "Experimental Investigation on Structural Integrity Assessment of Dome Shaped Roof Slab of future SFRs", is funded by BRNS. The investigator of the project is Dr. M. Ramu.

  • The project titled "An Intelligent Controller Based Shunt Hybrid Filter for Harmonic Reduction in Adjustable speed drives" is funded by DST. Dr. M. R. Sindhu, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, School of Engineering, Coimbatore, is the Principal Investigator of the project.

  • The aim of this work is the generation of a three dimensional (3D) model of a Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) image from a singular two dimensional (2D) image using filtering, feature extraction, segmentation and mapping of the depth of the features on the nano surface.

  • A variety of traditional occupations exist in rural communities and residents depend on those occupations to earn a living. However, with more awareness about market segments, pricing, and updated methods, some occupations can become more lucrative, leading to a better standard of living for villagers. This particular project focuses on working with women from the village's Self Help Groups (SHGs) to help increase their earning capacity.

  • As the meaning of the name corresponds to a robot which is automated in wall painting, this is a robot which can paint the interior walls of a room autonomously. The robot has a controlled movement in all the four directions without rotating the base of the robot by making use of the mecanum wheels. It also has three Ultrasonic sensors which helps the robot to move in a controlled way following the walls of a room.

  • Medical images are acquired using different modalities depending on the type of body part to be imaged. This results in various types of images like MRI, CT, PET, SPECT and X-Ray Images, each representing different features/aspects of the area being scanned. Study of these different types of images may be needed for clinical analysis by doctors.