• The project titled “Smart Handheld  Device for Detection of Gas Poisoning in Sewage Works" is funded by Amrita TBI. Mr. V. Anantha Narayanan is the Principal Investigator. The duration of the project is 6 months. 

  • The eminence of any machine learning algorithm applied for a computer vision task depends on the representations engineered from image, it's premise that different representations can interweave and ensnare most of the elucidative genes that are responsible for variations in images ,be it rigid, affine or projective. For this reason ,most of vision tasks commend extensive attention and effort to design image pre-processing and feature extracting channels.

  • 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.

  • The project titled "Experimental and numerical investigations of roof slab for future fast breeder reactors", is funded by IGCAR. The investigator of the project is Dr. M. Ramu.

  • Oil soluble alkyl substituted hydroxy aromatic compounds functionalized with amine or substituted amines are commonly used as additives in lube oil and fuel oil, since these compounds have potential activity as oxidation inhibitor (antioxidant), emulsifier and crank case detergent. Mannich base derivatives of polyisobutenylsucinicanhydride are the most common. Cardanol which is obtained by the distillation (decarboxylation) of cashew nut shell liquid is chemically an alkyl substituted phenol. It is used in all industries from polymer to medicine. The greatest advantage with cardanol is its availability from renewable source, biodegradability and eco-friendly nature. The objective of the project was to synthesize long chain compounds involving amines and cardanols by utilizing eco-friendly compound from renewable source as the starting material.

  • Farmers have been unable to meet irrigation requirements during the summer months due to insufficient availability of water. This has lead to low crop yields and a drastic decrease in income during these months. This project examines alternative methods for water conservation and management of available water resources.

  • The project titled “Predictive Modeling of Complex IT systems" is funded by DRDO. Mr. Prashant R. Nair, Dr. M. Sethumadhavan are the investigators. The duration of the project is 1 year.

  • Many villages in India do not have access to electricity. Villages that do receive power intermittently and with frequent disruption, making the supply of electricity unreliable. 

  • This project aims to improve the state of art in effective retrieval of text and image data from large web corpora. As part of this project novel topic modeling approaches and change detection algorithms are being developed to improve the retrieval efficiency.

  • Mammography has been the most popular method for the early detection of the breast cancer. Due to low contrast of mammograms typical diagnostic signs such as masses and micro calcification are difficult to detect. So to create a high resolution mammogram super resolution (SR) technique can be used.This technique will make a high resolution image from a series of low resolution images of the same scene.

  • The consortium project aims to design and develop a bidirectional EVSE for residential and public charging stations.

  • Drug repurposing refers to finding alternate indications to approved drugs, leads in regular development cycles, or even compounds previously discontinued from development. This collaborative project between Amrita University (Bengaluru Campus) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi) aims to develop web‐based UI landscapes to provide a data‐centric deep mining technique that lets researchers formulate sophisticated drug repositioning hypotheses.