Vision

 Mould generations of electrical and electronics engineers on global standards with multi disciplinary perspective to meet evolving societal needs.

Mission

 Empower students with knowledge in electrical, electronics and allied engineering facilitated in innovative class rooms and state-of-the art laboratories.

 Inculcate technical competence and promote research through industry interactions, field exposures and global collaborations.

 Promote professional ethics and selfless service.


About the Department

The department, established in 1994 has sufficient number of academic and support staff, committed to research and teaching, and well equipped laboratories and library, meeting the requirements of undergraduates, post graduates and research students. Graduates and postgraduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will be able to take up challenging jobs in a wide range of industries and engage themselves in research and development. The department has Power electronics, Electric Machines and Control Systems, Electrical Measurements and Embedded Systems Laboratories in addition to Electrical Workshop. Each laboratory is equipped with instruments and equipments for teaching, learning and research. Under the MoU signed with Uppsala University, Sweden, Faculty member is doing research leading to Ph.D degree under twinning programme. In addition faculty members and students are doing research in various European Universities under EURECA Programme. 

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering offers the following programs:


Placements & Internship

The Amrita Center for International Programs is proud to present the Amrita Dual Degree, an academically attractive alternative to traditional methods of study. Through the dual degree programs, Amrita students can undertake graduate coursework towards two separate degrees, simultaneously, usually completing the course in just two years. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to earn their second degree from an internationally recognized institution in the U.S. or Europe. The dual degree programs at Amrita are popular since students are exposed to two areas of study while experiencing cross cultural immersion. The programs open up new career paths for students and enhance their employability.

The Amrita Internship Program is a great way for students and graduates to augment their studies and research while living and working in India. The program builds on one’s previous academic and professional experience, expands and deepens existing knowledge of a particular field, and provides an opportunity to collaborate with one of India’s premiere teaching and research institutions.

M.Tech. in Control & Instrumentation

Anupama Warrier

Company: Renault-Nissan
Year : 2016 - 2018

Deepak K N

Company: Robert Bosch
Year : 2016 - 2018

Jishnu Rajagopal K P

Company: L&T Constructions
Year : 2016 - 2018

M.Tech. in Embedded Systems

  • Mr. Mohammed Ayaz (2008-2010 ) PACE
  • Mr. Ajesh Mathew (2008-2010 ) HUWAEI
  • Mr. Vishnu S (2009-2011 ) BOSCH
  • Mr. Anoop N (2009-2011 ) Tata Elxsi
  • Ms. Manju Sunil (2011-2013 ) IBM
  • Mr. Arun Sasi (2011-2013 ) IBM
  • Mr. Sarath T. V. (2012-2014 ) Gadgeon
  • Ms. Gayathri (2012-2014 ) Wabco
  • Mr. Anoop V (2012-2014 ) Wabco
  • Mr. Harisankar (2012-2014 ) Wabco
  • Ms. Kasthuri (2012-2014 ) Wabco
  • Ms. Kaumudi (2012-2014 ) Continental
  • Mr. Deepak (2012-2014 ) Tiino Research Labs
  • Mr. Aslam (2012-2014 ) Tiino Research Labs
  • Mr. Anoop R S (2012-2014 ) Tiino Research Labs
  • Mr. Ram Prasadh N (2012-2014 ) Tiino Research Labs
  • Mr. Deepak Krishnan (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Raja Ganapathy (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Sunu S Babu (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Sreevalsan (2013-2015 ) Wabco
  • Ms. Neenu (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Ms. Arthy (2013-2015 ) Siemens
  • Ms. Parvathy Joshy (2014-2016 ) BOSCH
  • Mr. Dhiyagu (2014-2016 ) Tata Elxsi
  • Mr. Vinuchandran (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Mr. Vivek Ashokan (2015-2017 ) Zoho
  • Mr. Flemin (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Mr. Aravind K (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Ms. Anagha R (2015-2017 ) Caterpillar
  • Ms. Ruby N (2015-2017 ) Renault
  • Ms. Lakshmi (2015-2017 ) Nokia
  • Ms. Athira (2015-2017 ) Nokia
  • Mr. Abhijit D (2016-2018 ) HCL
  • Mr. Ranjith T (2016-2018 ) HCL
  • Mr. Yeshwanth (2009-2011 ) Honeywell
  • Mr. Ajay Narayanan (2010-2012 ) CTS
  • Ms. Parvathy Nair (2011-2013 ) ISRO
  • Ms. Karthika Warrier (2011-2013 ) ISRO
  • Ms. Lakshmi Nair (2011-2013 ) NPOL-DRDO
  • Mr. Arun Sasi (2011-2013 ) NPOL-DRDO
  • Mr. Ram Prasadh Narayanan (2012-2014 ) KPIT Cummins
  • Mr. Ahamed Aslam (2012-2014 ) KPIT Cummins
  • Mr. Jithin (2012-2014 ) KPIT Cummins
  • Ms. Ashwini (2012-2014 ) KPIT Cummins
  • Mr. Deepak Krishnan (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Raja Ganapathy (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Sunu S Babu (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Mr. Sreevalsan (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Ms. Neenu (2013-2015 ) Alcatel Lucent
  • Ms. Arthy (2013-2015 ) Siemens
  • Ms.Parvathy Joshy (2014-2016 ) BOSCH
  • Mr. Vinuchandran (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Mr. Vivek Ashokan (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Mr. Flemin (2015-2017 ) Ignitarium
  • Ms. Devika (2016-2018 ) BOSCH
  • Ms. Spandana (2016-2018 ) Ignitarium
  • Ms. Spandana (2016-2018 ) Intel
  • Ms. Anushya (2016-2018 ) Nokia
  • Mr. Tilak (2016-2018 ) Nokia
  • Mr. Adithya K (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Mr. Jashin Joseph Palatty (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Ms. Lashmi K (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Ms. Nithya R (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Mr. Siddharth S (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Mr. Prasanna Vadanan S (2017-2019 ) Microchip
  • Mr. Abhash G (2017-2019 ) Intel
  • Mr. Jeril V Raj (2017-2019 ) Intel
  • Mr. Vivek D. (2017-2019 ) Intel

M.Tech. in Power Electronics

Akhiya Sanal

Company: Microgrids & Distributed Generation

Vijayaraghavan S.

Company: FACTS, ABB GISPL

Keerthy

PG Trainee: LnT ECC

Vivek Pillai

Company: Datapatterns

Sharath

Company: Bosch

Naveen

Company: Cummins

Deepak

Company: TCS

Sharath

Company: Bosch

Pranitha M. P.

Company: Bosch

Rahul B.

Company: Bosch

Sunki Reddy

Company: Bosch

Swathika S.

Company: MAK CONTROLS AND SYSTEMS (P) Ltd

M.Tech. in Renewable Energy

Name of the Student Name of the Company
Chaithanya K K Research analyst at Solar Mango Pvt Ltd, Chennai.
Dileep V Raj Project engineer at Aashman Solar Solutions (P) Ltd, Chennai.
Sandeep P V Project engineer at Mytra, Hyderabad
Subi Salim Senior design engineer at Valkan Engineering, Chennai.
Vaishnu B Project engineer at Gamesa, Chennai.
Vishnupriyadharshini A Project engineer at Mytra, Hyderabad.
Anish Paul  Senior project engineer at Mytra , Hyderabad.
Abhin A Graduate engineer trainee, Orange renewable, New Delhi.
Gurudath G Prabhu Assistant manager, Blue Star, Bangalore.
Krishnaveny R Nair Analyst- O & M at Enel Green power, Bangalore.
Sreekanth P S CMS Engineer, Orange Renewable, New Delhi.
Sruthy K Das Pursuing Ph.D at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore.
Ragavi B Current as an Intern pursuing her project at Gamesa , Chennai.

List of Recruiters (2016)

ABB India
Crompton Greaves
National Instruments
Ford India
KPIT Cummins
Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
Nokia
Garuda Vaayu
Ericcson India
Robert Bosch
Microchip
UTC Aerotech USA
TCS
Wipro
Infosys
Soliton
Titan
Mu Sigma
HoneyWell Technologies
CTS

Student Internships

Our students have been offered paid-internship by

IIT Madras
KPIT Cummins
Mu Sigma
Robert Bosch
KTH Royal University
Soliton

Career Growth

Our students are pursuing higher studies in top ranked Universities such as

KTH, Sweden
Uppsala University, Sweden
University of North Carolina
University of Minnesotta
Ohio State University
University of Florida
University of Munich, Germany
IIT Bombay
IIT Madras

National and International Student Chapters

IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Student Chapter
Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (IETE)

Research Projects

Energy Management on Smart Grid using Embedded Systems

Energy Management on Smart Grid using Embedded Systems

PI: Dr. K. K. Sasi

Sponsor: Indo-Swedish Research Funding Scheme, INT/SWD/VI NN/P – 05/2011

Duration: 3 years

Fault diagnosis of dynamic mechanical systems gearbox based on signal processing using machine learning techniques

Fault Diagnosis Of Dynamic Mechanical Systems (Gearbox) Based On Signal Processing Using Machine Learning Techniques

PI: Dr. K. I. Ramachandran, Dr. K. Rameshkumar, Saimurugan and Krishnakumar
Sponsor:DRDO
Duration: 3 years

An Intelligent Controller based shunt Hybrid filter for Harmonic Reduction in Adjustable Speed Drives

An Intelligent Controller based shunt Hybrid filter for Harmonic Reduction in Adjustable Speed Drives

PI: Dr. M.R. Sindhu

Sponsor: DST, New Delhi

Duration: 3 years

Wind Energy Centre at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

Wind Energy Centre at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

PI:Dr. K. K. Sasi

Sponsor: C-WET, Chennai

Duration of the Project: 3 years

Improvement In Transient Stability Margin Of Grid Connected Squirrel Cage Wind Electric Generator Using STATCOM With Super Capacitor

Improvement In Transient Stability Margin Of Grid Connected Squirrel Cage Wind Electric Generator Using STATCOM With Super Capacitor

PI: Dr. R. Jayabarathi and Dr. V. Vanitha
Sponsor: AICTE under Research Promotion Scheme
Duration of the Project: 2 years

ATrans-Care

Development & Prototyping of ICT enabled Smart Charging Network Components

Sponsor: DST and Department of Heavy Industries


 

ATrans-Care

ATrans-Care

Sponsor: DST
 

Research Expertise

  • Power Systems Operation & Control
  • Power Systems Dynamics
  • Alternate Energy Systems
  • Soft computing in Power
  • Reactive Power Control in Power Systems
  • Power Quality
  • Smart Grid
  • Digital Electronics
  • Electrical Machine Drives
  • Instrumentation and Control
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Sponsoring Organizations

Sponsored Projects

  • Development of Energy Saver for Induction Motor
  • Wind Energy Centre at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
  • Improvement in transient stability margin of grid connected squirrel cage wind electric generator using STATCOM with super capacitor
  • An Intelligent Controller based shunt Hybrid filter for Harmonic Reduction in Adjustable Speed Drives
  • Energy Management on Smart Grids using Embedded Systems
  • In-house design & fabrication of Laboratory kits for - inverters, phase controlled rectifiers, chopper etc. - FACTS controllers, three phase transmission line model for power system studies - Hexapod robot, Three/Four wheeled mobile robots, Robotic arms (2/3 DOF), Real time scheduling simulators, Microcontroller based evaluation platforms for Embedded system lab- micro grid simulator for Renewable Energy Lab.

Research Collaborations

  • Microsoft - Sponsored kits to the Embedded Systems Lab
  • Texas Instruments - Sponsored the Embedded Systems Lab
  • ARM - Sponsored the Embedded Systems Lab
  • Freescale Semiconductors - Sponsored the Embedded Systems Lab
  • ATMEL - Sponsored the Embedded Systems Lab
  • KTH University, Sweden -
    • Research collaboration in successfully completed DST-VINNOVA funded INDO-SWEDISH research project titled Dynamic Energy Management in Smart Grid using Embedded Systems.
    • Collaboration as academic and knowledge partner for International Conference on Embedded Systems 2014 hosted by Department of EEE, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore.
    • Collaboration as academic and knowledge partner for International Conference on Smart Grid Technologies 2015 hosted by Department of EEE and Department of Computer Science, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore.
    • Partnered in various research proposals submitted to DST & MNRE for INDO-SWEDISH collaborative work
  • Malardalen University, Sweden - Collaboration as academic and knowledge partner for International Conference on Embedded Systems 2014 hosted by Department of EEE, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore.
  • CDAC, Trivandrum - Partnered in research proposal submitted to DST Academia-R&D organization collaborative work.
  • Windriver - Collaboration in conducting hands on workshop on VxWorks operating system
  • Cranes Software - Collaboration in conducting hands on workshops on various microcontroller platforms based on Texas Instruments microcontrollers.
  • TRANSIOT - Collaboration in conducting hands on training in Linux, Beaglebone board, FreeRTOS and mbed board.
  • Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Malar Dalen University, Sweden
  • Uppsala University, Sweden

Publications

  1. R.Jayabarathi,M.Jisma,A.Suyampulingam, “Unit  commitment  using  embedded  systems”, International  Conference  on  smart  grid  Technologies, Elseveir  Procedia technology, Amrita  Vishwa  Vidyapeetham,Coimbatore,Aug ,2015,Vol.21,  pp. 96-102
  2. Arjun R, Sindhu S, Sindhu M R, T N P Nambiar, “Power Quality Compensation for an Induction Motor Drive with UPQC”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.20 (2015) pp. 15227-15231.
  3. A.Suyampulingam,V.Subbiah, ”Variable Speed Low Power Wind Turbine Emulator Using DC Motor – PMSG Set”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research,Vol.10, No.9,March 2015,pp 9089-9093.
  4. Vishnu Sidharthan. P, Suyampulingam.A, Vijith K,”Brushless dc motor driven pug in electric vehicle”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research,Vol.10, No.55,May 2015,pp 3420-3424.
  5. Lakshmi Devadas, V.Vanitha, R.Resmi, “Modified double vector control theory based dynamic voltage restorer”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research,Vol.10, No.20,  April 2015.
  6. R.Thirumoorthy, V.Vanitha, “Wind turbine emulator using separately excited DC motor”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10, No.20, April 2015.
  7. Dr.V.Vanitha,Vivek Varadharajan, Raghav Viswanathan and T.Harish," Control of micro grid with enhancement of wind power evacuation" ,Wind Engineering, Vol.39,Issue No.5, pp.519-532, 2015.
  8. Deepak R. Nair, N. Krishna Prakash “Efficient LED lighting system using sensor nodes,” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research , Vol. 10, No. 9, pp 9013 – 9018, March 2015
  9. Viknesh Babu S, Anand S, Varun Arvind R, Kathiravan N., Krishna Prakash N., “Improved Shadow Based Automatic Solar Tracking System, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research Vol.10, No.9, pp.9024-9028, March 2015
  10. Anju S. Pillai, T.B. Isha, “Energy Efficient Task Allocation and Scheduling in Distributed Homogeneous Multiprocessor Systems”, WSEAS Transactions on Computers, vol. 13, 2014, no. 55, pp. 613-623. 2014.
  11. S. S., Balamurugan, S., and R., J. Xavier, “Genetic Algorithm Tuned Load Frequency Control of Multi Source Multi Area Hydro Thermal Gas Turbine System”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 10, no. 55, pp. 3193-3197, 2015.
  12. S. Balamurugan, Shanthini, B. M., Lekshmi, R. R., and Chandrakala, K. R. M. Vijaya, “Fuzzy based tariff”, Journal of Electrical Systems, vol. 10, pp. 465-471, 2014.
  13. Harisanker.M and Shanmugha Sundaram.R, “Development of a Nonintrusive Driver Drowsiness Monitoring System”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (AISC),  Vol. 1, , pp. 737-743, 2014
  14. Sharanya J, Vijith K, “ Grid interfacing of a PV System”, International Journal of Applied  Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol.10 No. 55(2015) PP:3607-3611
  15. Deepak M, Vijith K, “Solar PV Charger System with SEPIC Converter and MPPT control”, International Journal of Applied  Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol.10 No. 20(2015)
  16. Vishnu S, Suyampulingam A, Vijith K, “ Brushless Dc Motor Driven Plug in Electric Vehicle”, International Journal of Applied  Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol.10 No. 55(2015) 
  17. Kumaresh V., Mridul Malhotra, Ramakrishna N., Saravana Prabu R., K.Vijith, “A Perturb and Observe Based Solar MPPT System for Stand-alone Applications, International Journal of Advancements in Electronics and Electrical Engineering – IJAEEE Volume 3 : Issue 3 [ISSN 2319-7498], September 2014
  18. N. Janarthanan, S. Balamurugan, N. Kirthika and K.R.M. Vijayachandrakala, “Design Aspects and Impact Analysis of TCSC”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10, No.55, pp. 3515-3518.
  19. Bipina K., Lekshmi R. R., “Modelling of Demand management for a wind battery powered micro grid”, International Journal of science and technology, Vol. 30, No. 30, October 2014.
  20. Anand Babu, Anupama.R.Krishnan, Arvind.D, Naveen.S & N.Praveen Kumar, Speed Control of a Separately Excited DC Motor Using FPGA, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
  21. Reethu Mariam Raphael, Sreerag Veppil Sasikumar, Vaishnav Mohanan Mavilakandy, Vishnu sudheer Menon, Praveen kumar, Human detecting and location mapping robot using PIR sensor and velocity motion model, International journal of applied engineering and research ,ISSN 0973-4562 vol.10 no.10,2015 pp. 26115-26126
  22. S.Sampath Kumar, Dineshbabu S, R.Varunkumar, K.Vikas kumar, Jithin Varghese, “Genetic algorithm based speed control of three phase induction motor”, International journal of applied engineering research ISSN. 0973-4562 vol. 10, no. 55, 2015, pp. 867-872.
  23. S Sampath kumar, Dr S Balamurugan, “Sensorless direct torque controlled induction motor drive with torque,flux and speed ripple minimization” , International journal of applied engineering and research ,ISSN 0973-4562 vol.10 no.55,2015, pp. 3647-3651.
  24. S Selva kumar,Dr S Balamurugan, Dr R Joseph Xavier, Genetic algorithm tuned load frequency control of multi source multi area hydro-thermal-gas turbine system, International journal of applied engineering and research ,ISSN 0973-4562 vol.10 no.55,2015
  25. S. Selva Kumar, Arjun K.R., SreeshithaSreedhar, Sriramakrishnan, Vignesh A. ,Electronic Soft Starter For Induction Motors, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.55 pp. 3531-3535. (2015)
  26. Aishwarya A.Nair, M.R.Sindhu, Aiswarya.V.Satheesan and Pallavi Kadirimangalam - "Power Quality Improvement using Shunt Active Filters for Three Phase Traction Drive", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 , Vol 10 Number 15,2015,pp 35677-35682.
  27. Sindhu M R, Manjula G Nair, “An Adaptive Shunt Passive filter for Power Quality Improvement”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.1 (2015) pp. 615-621.
  28. Asha Jos, Sindhu S, Sindhu M R, T N P Nambiar, “Design and simulation of an improved algorithm for three phase shunt active filter”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.1 (2015) pp. 844-849.
  29. Sindhu M R, Manjula G Nair, T N P Nambiar, “Dynamic Power Quality Compensator with an Adaptive Shunt Hybrid Filter”, International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive System (IJPEDS) Vol. 4, No. 4, December 2014, pp. 508-516.  
  30. Swarupa N,Vishnuvardhini C, Poonkuzhali E, Sindhu. M. R, “Power quality analysis using LabVIEW”, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, Vol.3,Issue 3,September 2014, pp.322-331.
  31. S.Mamatha, Dr K C sindhu thampatty, Mr. N. Aarthi, Design and implementation of a look up table based TCSC controller for power system stability enhancement, International journal of applied engineering research ,  vol 10 no 55.
  32. Ms. Anju V S, Dr. K.R.M. VijayaChandrakala , Dr. S. Balamurugan and Mr. N. Janarthanan, “ Simulated Annealing Based Optimal Load Frequency Control of a Two Area Non -Linear System with Static Synchronous Series Compensator”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 10 No.55, pp.3165-3170, June 2015.
  33. K.R.M. Vijaya Chandrakala, S.Balamurugan, Abhilash R., Aditya K., Krishna Kumar O. and Balaji N., “PLC-SCADA Based Supply Side Management in Deregulated Power Market”, WSEAS Transactions on Power Systems-(Impact Factor: 0.655), Vol 10, ISSN: 1790-5060, pp.97-104, April 2015.
  34. K.R.M. Vijaya Chandrakala, S.Balamurugan, N. Janarthanan and B.Anand, “Variable Structure Fuzzy Gain Schedule Based Load Frequency Control of Non-Linear Multi Source Multi Area Hydro Thermal System”, International Journal on Electrical Engineering and Informatics- (Impact Factor: 0.264), Vol.6, No.4, ISSN: 2085-6830, pp. 785-294, December 2014.
  35. Anjana Suresh, Resmi, R., & Vanitha, V,”Mathematical Model of Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator Based Wind Electric Generator”,In Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems, Springer India ,Feb 2015, pp . 1477-1487.
  36. Resmi.R,Vanitha.V, ” Modeling of Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator with converter control”, ARPN Journal of engineering and applied sciences,Vol.10, No.7,April 2015.
  37. Lakshmi Devadas, V.Vanitha, Resmi.R” Modified Double Vector Control Theory Based Dynamic Voltage Restorer”, International journal of Applied Engineering Research, volume 10, March 2015.
  38. T.Ananthan and M.V.Vaidyan. “  An  FPGA-based parallel architecture for on-line parameter using  estimation RLS identification algorithm ”,  Elsevier-Journal  of  errors Microprocessor and  Microsystems, Vol. 38, No.38, pp.496-508, 2014.  
  39. V.Vanitha,K.Santhosh,” Effect of crowbar resistance on fault ride through capability of doubly fed induction generator“, International Journal of current research and academic review,Vol.2,No.1,Jan 2014.
  40. N.Radhika,V.Vanitha, Archana P.Ajit,”Security of wireless sensor networks in smart grid”,  International Journal of Applied Engineering Research,Vol.9,No.21,September 2014.
  41. Anju S. Pillai, T.B. Isha, “Ec-A: A Task Allocation Algorithm for Energy Minimization in Multiprocessor Systems”, International Journal of Computer, Information Science and Engineering, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol:8, No:1, pp.254-260, April 2014.
  42. Anju S. Pillai, T.B.Isha, “Dynamic Frequency Scaling Based Energy Consumption Reduction for Power-aware Embedded Systems - A Simulation and Experimental Approach,” International Journal of Electrical Systems, vol. 10, no.1, pp-36-47, February 2014.
  43. A.Dinesh, Anju S. Pillai, “Web-Based Real Time Data Acquisition And Interactive Control Of Appliances Using Ethernet Connectivity”, International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research, vol. 3, no.3, pp. 39-46, Aug 2013.
  44. Anju S. Pillai, T. B. Isha, “Factors Causing Power Consumption in an Embedded Processor - A Study”, International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, vol. 2, no.7, pp. 300-306, July 2013.
  45. R. Nivethika & N. Kirthika, “Design and Implementation of Digital Stethoscope with Heart Defect Detection Algorithm”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Vol.3. No. 6, June 2014, pp.1-10.
  46. Lekshmi R.R., Gowtham Krishna, Sudeepth Vadakkedath, Shankar Rajendran, “Frequency based demand management system in Residential context”, Bonfring International Journal of Industrial engineering and management science, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 57-61, May 2014.
  47. S Selvakumar, S Balamurugan, R Joseph Xavier, Development of controller for parallel operation of gas turbine plants, Electric Power components and systems, 41:100-109,2013
  48. Vijaya Chandrakala, Balamurugan Sukumar and Krishnamoorthy Sankaranarayanan, “Load Frequency Control of Multi - Source Multi- Area Hydro Thermal System using Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System Devices”, Electric Power Components and Systems – Taylor & Francis (Impact Factor: 0.848), Vol.42, No. 9, ISSN: 1532-5008, pp.927-934, 28th May 2014.
  49. Vijaya Chandrakala, K.R.M., Balamurugan, S. and Sankaranarayanan, K. “Variable structure fuzzy gain scheduling based load frequency controller for multi source multi area hydro thermal system”, International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems – Elsevier (Impact Factor: 3.432) , Vol.53, ISSN 0142-0615, pp.375-381, 2013.
  50. Supriya.P and T.N.Padmanabhan Nambiar, “Performance Evaluation of Harmonic Current Estimation using Independent Component Analysis,” Journal of Electrical Engineering, Vol.13, no.1,pp14-21,2013.
  51. T.Ananthan and M.V.Vaidyan. “A reconfigurable parallel hardware implementation of Self-Tuning Regulator”, ACM Transactions on   Reconfigurable   Technology  and   Systems, Vol. 6, No. 4, Dec 2013.
  52. T.Ananthan and M.V.Vaidyan. “  FPGA-based   parallel  architecture    for    PID  control  algorithm  and   HDL       co-simulation ”,     Inderscience- International     Journal      of embedded  systems, Vol.5, No.4, pp.239 – 247, 2013.
  53. S.R.Nandha Kishore and Dr.V.Vanitha,” Wind speed forecasting for grid code compliance” Journal of Renewable and Sustainable energy, November 2013.
  54. V.Vanitha and R.Badrinath,”Synchrophasors in power system” International Journal of Engineering Research, Vol.2, No. 4, pp.269-273,Aug 2013.
  55. V.Vanitha,R.Athira kishan, “Artificial Neural Network Based Static Var Compensator for Voltage Regulation in a Five Bus System”, International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology,Vol. 3, No. 6, pp.265-273,December 2013.
  56. Dr.V.Vanitha,Dr.N.Radhika,Mahesh Mohan,” Implementation of Network coded wireless Transmission scheme for smart grid applications”,International Journal of Innovative research in Electrical,Electronics,Instrumentation and control Engineering,Vol.1,No.7,Oct 2013.
  57. Dr.V.Vanitha, M.Abhinaya, M.Kalaivani, P.Chandhana, K.Vandhana,”Green Energy Home”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Vol. 4, No. 9, pp.879-885, September 2013.
  58. Radhamani V.Pillay,Vanitha.V,Anisha Asmy.N.R.,”Issues in Wind electric distribution system and different mitigation methods-A perspective view”,International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research,Vol.4,issue 12,Dec 2013.
  59. Vijaya Chandrakala K. R. M., Balamurugan S. and Sankaranarayana K. Variable Structure Fuzzy Gain Scheduling Based Load Frequency Controller for Multi Source Multi Area Hydro Thermal System, Elsevier International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems (IJEPES), May 2013.

  60. S. Selvakumar, S. Balamurugan, R. Joseph Xavier. Development of Controller for Parallel Operation of Gas Turbine Plants, Electric Power Components and System, Volume No. 41- Issue 1, Page No. 100-109, January 2013.

  61. A. Vijayakumari, A. T. Devarajan. Design and Development of a Model-based Hardware Simulator for Photovoltaic Array, Elsevier’s International Journal of Electrical power and Energy Systems, Volume No. 43, Page No. 40-46, December 2012.

  62. S. Kirthiga , M. Jayakumar. performance and Capacity Analysis of MIMO Systems at 5 GHZ and 60GHz in Indoor Environment, WSEAS Transactions on Communications, volume No. 11, Issue:11, Page No. 415-426, November 2012.

  63. Vijaya Chandrakala K. R. M., Balamurugan S. and Sankaranarayanan K. Development of Variable Structure Fuzzy Gain Scheduling Controller for an Interconnected Power System, international Review on Modelling and Simulations, Volume No. 5, Page No. 2228-2234, October 2012.

  64. Supriya P. and T. N. Padmanabhan Nambiar. Blind Signal Separation Based Harmonic Voltage/Current Estimation in an Interconnected Power System- a Comparative Study, International Journal on Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Volume No. 13, No. 3, Page No. 1553-1579, October 2012.

  65. Muthu Kumar B., Anju S. Pillai. Minimal Task Allocation in Multiprocessors Using Improved Next-fit for RM Scheduling, International journal of computer applications, Volume No. 47, Page No. 19, June 2012.

  66. Supriya P. and T. N. Padmanabhan Nambiar. Integrated Kalman-Independent Component Analysis Method for Harmonic Current Estimation on an Interconnected Four Bus Simulated and Laboratory Model, International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems, Volume No. 13, No. 3, Page No. 1553-1579, September 2012.

  67. Supriya P. and T. N. Padmanabhan Nambiar. Review of Harmonic Source Identification Techniques, International Review of Electrical Engineering, vol. 7, No. 3, Page No. 4525-4531, May 2012.

  68. Roopa, R. R. Lekshmi. Implementation of Grid Interface for Generation Side Power Management, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT), Vol. 1(3), ISSN 2278 – 0181, May 2012.

  69. K. R. M. Vijaya Chandrakala, S. Balamurugan, K. Sankaranarayanan. Genetic Algorithm Tuned Optimal Variable Structure System Controller for Enhanced Load Frequency Control, International Review of Electrical Engineering, Vol. 7(2), April 2012.

  70. K. R. M. Vijaya Chandrakala, S. Balamurugan, K. Sankaranarayanan. Damping of Tie-line Power Oscillations in Interconnected Power System using Variable Structure System and Unified Power Flow Controller", Journal of Electrical Systems, Vol. 8(1), March 2012.

  71. Supriya P. and T. N. Padmanabhan Nambiar. Noise Based Independent Component Analysis Model for Harmonic Current Estimation, Advanced Material Research Journal, Volume No. 433-440, Page No. 2551-2555, January 2012.

  72. Supriya P. and T. N. Padmanabhan Nambiar. Integrated Kalman-Independent Component Analysis Method for Harmonic Current Estimation on an InterconnectedFour Bus Simulated and Laboratory Model, International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems, Volume No. 13, No. 3, Page No. 1553-1579, 2012.

  73. N. G. Greeshma, Sasi K. Kottayil. Active Power Control in Wind Driven Variable Speed Squirrel-Cage Induction Generator, Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits, Vol. 1 (Special Issue), December 2011.

  74. Vanitha V. and Devarajan N. Analysis of Transient Stability Margin of a Windfarm using Squirrel Cage Induction Generator with Fixed Capacitance Compensation, European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 59(3), pp. 370-382, September 2011.

  75. Sherin Abraham, Sivraj P. and V. Radhamani Pillay. Hardware Implementation of an Improved Resource Management Scheme for Fault Tolerant Scheduling of a Multiprocessor System, International Journal of Computer Applications. Vol. 2 - Article 5. August 2011.

  76. Vanitha V., Ashok S., Anandanarayanan C., Balasubramanian G. and Gowrishankar G. Determination of Equivalent Circuit Parameters of Supercapacitor and its Testing with Three Phase Inverter, International Journal of Electrical Engineering, Vol. 4(5), pp. 567-584.

  77. Sindhu S., Sindhu M. R., Manjula G. Nair, Ginnes K. John. Implementation of Shunt Hybrid Filter using ICOSPHI Algorithm, Asian Power Electronics Journal, Vol.5(1), pp. 7-12, 2011.

  78. N. Krishna Prakash, S. Govindaraju. Visual Cryptography Scheme for Color Images Using Half Toning Via Direct Binary Search with Adaptive Search and Swap, International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 3(6), pp. 900-904, 2011.

  79. Sindhu M. R., Nair M. G., Nambiar T. N. P. An ANN based digital controller with three-phase shunt active power filter for power quality improvement, International Review of Electrical Engineering, 6 (6), pp. 2837-2845, 2011.

  80. Ms. K. R. M. Vijayachandrakala, Dr. S. Balamurugan and Dr. K. Sankaranarayanan. Automatic Generation Control for Hydrothermal Plant with Variable Structure System Controller and Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage, Journal of Automation Engineering and Systems Engineering. Vol. 4 - Issue No. 3: 142 - 153, September 2010.
  1. Neeraja T.P., Sivraj P., Sasi K.K., Sensor Based Communication Network for WACS with DNP3, Procedia Technology, Volume 21, 2015, Pages 76-81
  2. Neeraja T.P., Sivraj P., Sasi K.K., Wide Area Control Systems (WACS) Implementation Based on Sensor Network Concepts, Procedia Technology, Volume 21, 2015, Pages 303-309
  3. Aleena G.S., Sivraj P., Sasi K.K., Resource Management on Smart Micro Grid by Embedded Networking, Procedia Technology, Volume 21, 2015, Pages 468-473
  4. Resmi.R,.V,Arun Agoram,Adithya Perumal, V.Vanitha” Design and Analysis of Brushless Doubly Fed Induction Generator”, Procedia Technology, Elsevier, volume 21 ,Nov 2015, pp 604-610.
  5. T.V.Aneeth and Dr.R. Jayabarathi, “Energy Efficient Communication in wireless sensor network for precision farming”, Joint international  conference  on  communication, computing  and power  technologies  ICCCPT 2015  and  artificial intelligence  and  evolutionary  computations in  engineering  systems, Springer  conference, April 2015.
  6. N. Kirthika, S. Balamurugan, “Series compensators: Application consideration automated solutions for congestion management”, IEEE International conference on technological advancements in power and energy, Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, June, 2015, pp. 211-216.
  7. S. Selvakumar, NeenuElzaCherian ,Scheduling of shiftable loads for demand side management, IEEE Sponsored 2nd International Conference on Innovations in Information,Embedded and Communication systems (ICIIECS)2015.
  8. P. Supriya. and T.N.Padmanabhan Nambiar, “ Harmonic State Estimation  for a Simple Power System Model using Independent Component Analysis”, International Conference on Controls and Instrumentation,Karpagam College of Engineering,Coimbatore, Jan 30-31,2015, pp 241-244.
  9. P. Supriya. and T.N.P.Nambiar, “Harmonic State Estimation in a Distribution Generation System Environment”, Global Conference on Communication Technologies,Proceedings of IEEE, April 23-24 ,2015, pp.121-124.
  10. Divya Davis and Supriya.P, “Implementation Of  Fuzzy  Based  Robotic Path Planning”, Proceedings of  2nd International Conference on Computer and Communication Technologies 2015 ,Vol.2,Springer, pp.375-384
  11. Supriya.P, “Blind Source Separation Based Analysis of Correlated Harmonic Sources in a Micro Grid Environment” Procedia Technology, Elsevier,International Conference on Smart Grid Technologies,Aug 4-6,Vol.21, 2015, pp.224-231.
  12. C Aneesh, PM Hisham, Sachin Kumar, P Maya, KP Soman  ” Variance Based Offline Power Disturbance Signal Classification Using Support Vector Machine and Random Kitchen Sink”   Procedia Technology, Elsevier,Vol 21 , Dec 2015,pp 163-170
  13. P Maya,  K Roopasree, KP Soman  “Discrimination of Internal Fault Current and Inrush Current in a Power Transformer Using Empirical Wavelet Transform” Procedia Technology, Elsevier, Vol  21 , Dec, 2015,pp 514-519.
  14. Parvathy.S,K.C Sindhu Thampatty “Dynamic modelling of UPFC for power flow control”Proceedia technology.Vol 21,2015 pages 581-588 smart grid technologies.
  15. Anju V.S., K.R.M. Vijaya Chandrakala, S. Balamurugan and N. Janarthanan, “Simulated Annealing Based Optimal Load Frequency Controller of a Two Area Non-Linear Plant with Static Synchronous Series Compensator”, International Conference on Advances in Applied Engineering and Technology-2015 (ICAAET-2015), Syed Ammal Engineering College, Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu  15th May, 2015.
  16. Deepak R  Nair,; N Krishna Prakash,, "Design and implementation of a wireless sensor network based efficient LED lighting system," in Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT), 2015 6th International Conference on , Denton, U.S.A. pp.1-6, July 2015
  17. R.Varun Arvind, R.Rohith Raj, R.Ranjithh Raj, N.Krishna Prakash, “Industrial Automation Using Wireless Sensor Networks” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Communication, Coimbatore, PP.255-260, Dec 2015.
  18. R.Subhashree, C.Sarada Preethi, Krishna Prakash, “Wireless Safety System In Trains”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Communication, Coimbatore, PP.373-377,Dec 2015.
  19. Gangatharan Kumarasamy, Krishna Prakash N, Sandhana Mohan P, “Rider Assistance System with an Active Safety Mechanism”, IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research, pp.163 – 168, Dec 2015.
  20. Anju S. Pillai, T.B. Isha, “A Power-aware Multiprocessor Based Laboratory Automation and Resource Management System”, IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research  (IEEE ICCIC), Parks Engineering College, Karumathampatti, Coimbatore, India, Dec 18-20, 2014, pp.1219-1222. (Received Best Paper Award)
  21. Narayan S., Prasannakumar T.V., Prasanth M., Praveen Velavan N, Anju S. Pillai, Praveen Kumar N., “A Priority Based Exploration Algorithm for Path Planning of an Unmanned Ground Vehicle”, International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, India, July 3-5, 2014.
  22. Kaumudi Singh, Anju S. Pillai, “Schedule Length Optimization by Elite-Genetic Algorithm using Rank Based Selection for Multiprocessor Systems”, International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, India, July 3-5, 2014.
  23. Kaumudi Singh, Anju S. Pillai, “Energy Optimization of Embedded Processors using Genetic Algorithm”, International Conference on Communication and Computing (ICC-2014), Alpha College of Engineering, Bangalore, India, June 12-14, 2014, pp.237-245.
  24. S. Balamurugan, Nambiar, T. N. P., Janarthanan, N., and Chandrakala, K. R. M. Vijaya, “Laboratory Model to Teach Power System Stability”, Second IEEE International Conference on MOOCs,Innovation and Technology in Education. Thapar University, Patiala, 2014.
  25. S. Balamurugan, Janarthanan, N., VijayaChandrakala, K. R. M., and Lekshmi, R. R., “Laboratory Model to Teach Real Power Flow Control in Transmission Line”, IEEE Sixth International Conference on Technology for Education. Amritapuri, 2014.
  26. K. P. Ajeesh and Balamurugan, S., “Power Management in Transmission Line Using Active Series Compensation”, Elsevier - International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical Engineering. Kollam, 2014.
  27. Nithin, S., P. Sivraj, K. K. Sasi, and Robert Lagerstom. "Development of a Real Time Data Collection Unit for distribution network in a smart grid environment."  Power and Energy Systems Conference: Towards Sustainable Energy, 2014, pp. 1-5.
  28. Valja, M., N. Honeth, Markus Buschle, Robert Lagerstrom, K. K. Sasi, and S. Nithin. "An archimate based analysis of microgrid control system architectures."  Embedded Systems (ICES), 2014 International Conference on, 2014, pp. 297-301.
  29. Nithin, S., Sasi K. Kottayil, and Robert Lagerstöm. "Direct Load Control on Smart Micro Grid supported by Wireless Communication and Real Time Computation." In Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Applied Computing, p. 17. ACM, 2014.
  30. Archana Sreekumar, Swetha.K, Annam Swetha & Radhamani Pillay.V, Enhanced Performance Capability in a Dual Redundant Avionics Platform-Fault Tolerant Scheduling with Comparative Evaluation, Proceedings of International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies (ICICT 2014)
  31. Deepam Jose, Lekshmi R.R., “An Interactive GSM based public transport Enquiry  system”, Int. conf. on Emerging Trends in Electrical Engineering, Elsevier Publications, pp. 58-61, August, 2014.
  32. Narayan S, Prasannakumar T.V, Prasanth M, Praveen Velavan N, Praveen Kumar N, Anju S Pillai, A priority based exploration algorithm for path planning of an unmanned ground vehicle, International Conference on Embedded Systems-(ICES 2014)
  33. S. Selva Kumar, Anju Harshan, EOG based Eye Motion Tracking, N. ICC-2014 , Bengaluru.
  34. Sindhu M R, Aneesh P, Manjula G Nair,T N P Nambiar ,“Dynamic Harmonic and Reactive Power Compensation with an adaptive shunt active filter for Variable speed induction motor drive” Proceedings of Computer Application and Signal Processing 2014, November 2014, pp:230-239
  35. Sudev.V,Parvathy.S”Switched boost inverter based DC nanogrid with battery and bidirectional converter”, 2014 International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies, ISSN:978-1-4799-2397-7/14 ,2014 IEEE
  36. Gayathri N. and Vijaya Chandrakala K.R.M. “A Novel Technique for Optimal Vehicle Routing”, IEEE- International Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (ICECS-2014), Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore, 13th -14th February, 2014. 
  37. Gayathri N. and Vijaya Chandrakala K.R.M. “Embedded Driver Assistance System for Effective Dynamic Vehicle Routing”, IEEE- International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES-2014), Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, 3-5th July, 2014
  38. Lekshmi Asok, Balakrishnan.P, “Heart Rate Measurement System for Heart Status Monitoring of Cardiac Patients”, International Conference on Innovations in Information Embedded and Communication Systems-2014, pp106-109.
  39. Krishna, A.; Nandanan, K.; Pradeep Kumar, S.S.; Srihari, K.S.; Sivraj, P., "Design and fabrication of a hexapod robot," in Embedded Systems (ICES), 2014 International Conference on , vol., no., pp.225-230, 3-5 July,2014
  40. Suresh, H.; Baskaran, A.; Sudharsan, K.P.; Vignesh, U.; Viveknath, T.; Sivraj, P.; Vijith, K., "Efficient charging of battery and production of power from solar energy,"  Embedded Systems (ICES), 2014 International Conference on , 3-5 July, 2014,pp.231-237
  41. N Nandhini, C Nandini,R. Ramya,R. Swetha,A. Suyampulingam,” Variable speed wind turbine emulator” International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical Engineering (ICETREE 2014),Elsevier, T.K.M College of Engineering,  Kollam ,August,2014, pp 48-52.
  42. Aswini Priyadharssini A.M., Anu G. Kumar “Design and fabrication of cost effective mobility and navigational tool for visually challenged” IEEE International Conference on Green Computing, Communication and Electrical Engineering (ICGCCEE 2014),KMCH Conference Centre, Coimbatore, India, 6-8 March 2014.
  43. Ram Prasadh N, Anju S. Pillai, “Measurement of Current and Power Consumption in the Order of Milli-Watt Resolution in Processor Core Level”, International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies (ICCPCT),Noorul Islam College of Engineering,  Kumaracoil, Kanyakumari district, Tamilnadu, India, 20- 21 March, 2014, pp.1733-1736.
  44. Anju S. Pillai, T.B. Isha, “Optimal Task Allocation and Scheduling for Power Saving in Multiprocessor Systems”, Power and Energy Systems Conference: Towards Sustainable Energy (PESTSE), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita School of Engineering, Bangalore, India, March, 2014, pp. 1-5.
  45. T. N. P. Nambiar, Balamurugan, S., and Sindhu, M. R., “Development of a Laboratory Model to Teach Power System to Undergraduate Students”, in Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE - 2014), Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, 2014.
  46. S. Balamurugan, S Abinav, P., Aparna, S., V Laexmi, N., and Vijjei, S. A. K. Vedha, “Phase Angle Measurement Using State Estimation and Synchro Phasor”, in Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE - 2014) , Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, 2014.
  47. S. Balamurugan and Ajeesh, K. P., “Congestion Management in Transmission Line Using Pulse Width Modulation Based Series Compensation”, in Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE - 2014) , Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, 2014.
  48. S. Balamurugan, R Xavier, J., A Jeyakumar, E., and Sampathkumar, S., “Comparison of Hysteresis Comparator for the Performance Improvement of Direct Torque Controlled Induction Motor Drive”, in Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE - 2014), Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, 2014.
  49. A.Vijayakumari, A. T. Devarajan, N. Devarajan, Vijith K, “Dynamic Grid Impedance Calculation In D-Q Frame For Micro-Grids”, International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Towards Sustainable Energy, PESTE – 2014, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Bangalore, 13- 14, March,2014.
  50. Aswathy.M , Dr.R.Jayabarathi, “Conceptual Model of Real Time Power Quality Analyzer Using Embedded System”, International  conference  on  renewable Energy technologies, Coimbatore  Institute  of  Technology,Coimbatore,Jan,2014,pp.598-605.
  51. Arya Sankary.S and  Dr.R. Jayabarathi, “Super-Capacitor Integrated Wind Energy Conversion System with Parallel Connected Chopper Topology for Wind Gust”, Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development,Amrita  Vishwa  Vidyapeetham,Coimbatore,May 2014,pp. 95-101.
  52. S Sampath kumar, R Joseph Xavier, A Ebenezer Jeyakumar, S Balamurugan, “Comparison of hysteresis comparators for the performance improvement of direct torque controlled induction motor drive”, Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE - 2014), Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, 2014.
  53. Kavya P S, Sindhu M R, T N P Nambiar ,“Analysis, Estimation and Mitigation of Source Harmonics, Interharmonics in Low Frequency Inductive Loads”, Proceedings of InternationalConference on Innovations in Information Embedded and Communication Systems 2014,March ,2014,pp:223-228.
  54. Anu R, Sindhu M R, T N P Nambiar ,“Modeling and Control of a three phase Traction Drive and Analysis of Harmonic distortion in Indian Railway Electric Supply System”, Proceedings of International Conference on Innovations in Information Embedded and Communication Systems 2014 , March, 2014,pp:218-222
  55. Praveen C.B. and Supriya.P , “ Embedded Based Demand Side Management for Smart Grid Environment”International Conference on  innovations in Information,Embedded and Communication Systems, Coimbatore, March, 2014, pp. 83-86.
  56. Sneha Jayachandran and Supriya.P, Precise Frequency Estimation in Power System Network, International Conference on Advances in Engineering technology and Management, Madurai, April ,2014 pp 131-134.
  57. Parvathy M.S., Dr Isha.T.B, and Balakrishnan.P, “Islanding Detection of a Single Phase Distributed Generated Systems” Second National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy System Development (NCPSE -2014), pp 116-121.
  58. Sailesh, M.P.; Kumar, C.V.; Cecil, B.; Mangal Deep, B.M.; Sivraj, P., "Smart soldier assistance using WSN," in Embedded Systems (ICES), 2014 International Conference on ,  3-5 July, 2014pp.244-249.
  59. Meena, S.; Prakash, N.K., "Simulation of dynamically reconfigurable wireless sensor node," in Electronics and Communication Systems (ICECS), 2014 International Conference on , vol., no., pp.1-4, 13-14 Feb. 2014
  60. S. Meena, N. Krishna Prakash, "Runtime reconfiguration of wireless sensor node using FPGA", Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT), 2014, China, July  2014 pp. 1-5.
  61. Anju S. Pillai, T.B. Isha, “ERTSim: An Embedded Real-time Task Simulator for Scheduling,” IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research(ICCIC),Vickram College of Engineering, Madurai, India, Dec. 26-28, pp724-727, 2013.
  62. Anju S. Pillai, T. B. Isha, Sasikumar Punnekkat “Energy Minimization in Real Time Embedded Systems by Control of Context Switches”, Pro. of Second International Conference on Smart Technologies for Materials, Communication, Controls, Computing and Energy (ICST),Vel Tech Dr. RR & Dr. SR Technical University, Chennai, India, January 3-5, 2013, pp. 428-432.
  63. S. Balamurugan and Lekshmi, R. R., “Adaptive Demand Management System”, in X National Conference on Control Instrumentation System Conference (CISCON-2013), Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, 2013.
  64. S. Balamurugan and R.Chandran Lekshmi, “Dynamic Voltage Restorer for Voltage Quality Improvement in Distribution System”, in National Conference on Technological Advancements in Power and Energy (TAP Energy), Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, 2013.
  65. R R Lekshmi, S Balamurugan, “Adaptive Demand Management System”, X Control Instrumentation System Conference, Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka, India, December 20-21, 2013.
  66. S Selvakumar, S Balamurugan, R Joseph Xavier, K R M Vijaya chandrakala, Fuzzy gain schedule and genetic algorithm based PI controller for gas turbine plant, CSIR sponsored X control instrumentation system conference-CISCON-2013
  67. B. Emayavaramban, R. Thiyagarajan, B. Vivek, Y.S. Kishan, P. Supriya , “Amplitude computation of harmonic voltages based on Adaptive Comb filter in a smart grid system” , International Confernce  on Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), April,  2013,  pp 43-46.
  68. Anand, B.; Harishankar, S.; Hariskrishna, T.V.; Sudharsan, K.P.; Vignesh, U.; Sivraj, P., "Digital Human Action Copying Robot," in India Educators' Conference (TIIEC), 2013 Texas Instruments , 4-6 April, 2013,pp.175-181.
  69. Pratyush, G.; Jaganath, B.; Prithivin, L.; Sivraj, V.K.P., "GSM Controlled Topple Resistant Spybot," in India Educators' Conference (TIIEC), 2013 Texas Instruments ,  4-6 April, 2013,pp.237-242.
  70. E. J. Jelmy, S. Mohanraj, A. R. Rajamani, Duraisamy Kumaresan, Nikhil K. Kothurkar. Secondary Doped Polyaniline as Counter Electrode in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells FAPS-MACRO-2013, IISc Bangalore, May 2013.

  71. Anju S. Pillai, T. B. Isha. Energy Minimization in Rreal Time Embedded Systems by Control of Context Switches, Second International Conference on Smart Technologies for Materials, Communication, Controls, Computing and Energy, organized by Vel Tech Dr. R. R. and S. R. technical university, Chennai, January 2013.

  72. A. Anand, Rajendra Y., S. Narayanan, Radhamani Pillay. Modelling, Implementation and Testing of an Effective Fault Tolerant Multiprocessor Real-time System, International Conference on Parallel Distributed and Grid Computing 2012, organized by IEEE Society and Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan India, Page No:107-113, 6 -8, December 2012.

  73. Mr. Anu G. Kumar, Dr. S. Srinath, Dr. M. P. Selvan. Simulation and Experimental Verification of Transformationless Control of Series Active Filter for Mitigating Load Voltage Harmonics, National Power Systems Conference, organized by Indian Institute of Technology- BHU, Varanasi, December 2012.

  74. Mr. Anu G. Kumar, Dr. S. Srinath, Dr. M. P. Selvan. Experimental Verification of Unified Power Quality Conditioner with Transformation Less Combined Mode Control, National Power Systems Conference, organized by Indian Institute of Technology - BHU, Varanasi, December 2012.

  75. Mr. Nithin S., Dr. K. K. Sasi, Dr. T. N. P. Nambiar. Development of a Smart Grid Simulator, National Conference on Power Distribution, organized by CPRI, Bangalore, November 2012.

  76. M. S. Prasannavadana D., Dr. K. K. Sasi. Support Vector Machine Based Dynamic Energy Management on Smart Grid, ICIIS, organized by I IT Madras, August 2012.
  1. Dr. D Kavitha awarded Best Paper Award for Influence of High Permittivity Nanopartical on Water Tree Growth in XLPE Nanocomposite

  2. Mrs N. Aarthi awarded Best Paper Award for Single Stage Grid Connected Solar Micro - Inverter with two level Fuzzy Logic MPPT Controller

  3. Mrs R.R. Lekshmi awarded Best Paper Award for Area and Economic Participation Factor Calculation of Gencos in A Multi Area Competitive Power System

  4. Dr S Balamurugan awarded Best Paper Award for Teaching Innovator Award - Laboratory Model Based Teaching Power Systems - MHRD.

  5. Dr S Balamurugan awarded Best Paper Award for “Area and Economic Participation Factor Calculation of GENCOs in a Multi Area Competitive Power System”, In Proc. of IEEE International conference on Circuit, power and computing technologies”, Baselios Mathews II college of Engineering, 20 April, 2017.

  6. Dr S Balamurugan awarded Best Paper Award for “A Novel Technique for Congestion Management in Transmission System by Real Power Flow Control”, International Conference on Intelligent Computing, Instrumentation and Control Technologies (ICICICT2017), Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur, 6-7, July 2017.

  7. Dr. A. Vijayakumari awarded Recognized Reviewer Status by Elsevier Journal on "Energy Conversion and Management" during March 2016 in recognition of the review made for the journal.
     
  8. The paper titled " Small Signal Modeling of Gas Turbine Plant for Load Frequency Control" authored by Dr. S. Balamurugan and S. Selvakumar is awarded as the best paper in the IEEE international conference on Power and Energy Systems: Towards sustainable Energy PESTSE - 2016, organised by the department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru during 21-23, January 2016.The award was given in the name of Prof. Muhammad Harunur Rashid Best Paper Award
     
  9. N. Krishna Prakash received Shri P.K. Das memorial best faculty award (junior category) for the year 2014.
     
  10. The paper titled, “A Power-aware Multiprocessor Based Laboratory Automation and Resource Management System” authored by Dr.Anju S. Pillai and Dr. T.B. Isha  in IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research  (IEEE ICCIC) 2014 at Parks Engineering College, Karumathampatti, Coimbatore, received the best paper award.
     
  11. Dr. T.N.P. Nambiar, delivered an invited lecture on Modeling of Excitation systems at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on July 10, 2013.

  12. Dr. K.C. Sindhu Thampatty, had co-ordinated the FDP on Power System Modeling and Simulation,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, during July 8 - 11, 2013.

  13. Anu G. Kumar, had co-ordinated FDP on Power System Modeling and Simulation,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, during July 8 - 11, 2013.

  14. M. Jisma, delivered an invited Lecture on Simulation of grid connected SCIG ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, on April 27, 2013.

  15. S.R. Mohanrajan, Delivered an invited Lecture on Wind Resource Assessment using Excel and Wind Electric Generator, at Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, Kollam, during April 26 - 27, 2013.

  16. T. Prabu, Delivered an invited Lecture on Wind resource assessment and simulation , Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri, Kollam, on April 26, 2013.

  17. N. Krishnaprakash, had co-ordinated Workshop on Wind Energy: Resource Assessment and Simulation, at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, February 22 - 23, 2013.

  18. T. Prabu, had co-ordinated Workshop on Wind Energy: Resource Assessment and Simulation,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, February 22 - 23, 2013.

  19. M. Jisma, delivered an invited Lecture on Simulation of grid connected SCIG ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on February 23, 2013.

  20. S.R. Mohanrajan, Delivered an invited Lecture on Wind Resource Assessment using Excel ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on February 22, 2013.

  21. Dr. T.B. Isha, delivered an invited Lecture on Control System – Applications in Electric Drives at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 4, 2013.

  22. R. Shanmugasundaram, delivered an invited Lecture on Introduction to Digital Control Systems ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 4, 2013.

  23. Dr. T.N.P. Nambiar, delivered an invited lecture on Control System Dynamics at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 3, 2013.

  24. P. Balakrishnan, Delivered an invited Lecture on Analysis – Time Domain and Frequency Domain,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 3, 2013.

  25. A.N. Archana, Delivered an invited Lecture on State Variable Model ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 3, 2013.

  26. Dr. P. Supriya, delivered an invited Lecture on Perspective of Control Systems in Real Time Systems at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 3, 2013.

  27. R. Shanmugasundaram, delivered an invited Lecture on P, PI, PID Controllers ,Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 3, 2013.

  28. V. Vidya, delivered an invited Lecture on Nyquist Stability Criterion,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  29. N. Aarthi, delivered an invited Lecture on Control System Stability - Routh Hurwitz Criterion,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  30. R.R. Lekshmi, delivered an invited Lecture on Polar and Bode Plot, at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  31. N. Praveen Kumar, delivered an invited Lecture on Root Locus Techniques,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  32. Dr. V. Vanitha, delivered an invited Lecture on Block Diagram Reduction and Signal Flow Graph at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  33. A. Vijayakumari, delivered an invited Lecture on System Representation - Open loop vs Closed loop ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  34. Dr. R. Jayabarathi, delivered an invited Lecture on Linear Time Invariant System and Response of First Order System,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  35. S. Sampath, delivered an invited Lecture on Dynamic Response ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on January 2, 2013.

  36. Dr. M.R. Sindhu, had co-ordinated the FDP on Control Engineering during January 2 - 4, 2013.

  37. K. Madhu, had co-ordinated the FDP on Control Engineering during January 2 - 4, 2013.
     
  38. “Low-cost Conversion Kit for Automobiles” – by H. Sivaramakrishnan, Shanoop Padmanabhan and Sabarish Balakrishnan received Certificate of Appreciation and fourth place in ELECRAMA 2012, sponsored by the Ministries of Power; Commerce & Industry and Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, where around 800 student teams from the IITs, NITs, other engineering colleges as well as polytechnic institutions participated.
     

  39. Wireless 3D Robotic Arm with Force Quantification using EMG” – by Akshayakrishna U., Dhananjayan P. S., Lohit L., Sabarinath S. and Shiva D secured third place (second runner-up) in the nation-wide Texas Instruments India Analog Design Contest 2011, where around 150 teams from other colleges across the nation participated. Laurels in Analog Design Contest

  40. Digital Human Action Copying Robot” – by B Anand, S Harishankar, TV Hariskrishna, KP Sudharsan, U Vignesh secured a place as one among the best 23 teams out of 357 teams in the nationwide Texas Instruments India Analog Design Contest 2012-13.

  41. “GSM Controlled Topple Resistant Spybot” – by G Pratyush, B Jaganath, L Prithivin, V Kavi secured a place as one among the 40 consolation prize winners out of 357 teams in the nationwide Texas Instruments India Analog Design Contest 2012-13.

  42. Dr. V. Radhamani Pillai went abroad to Malardalen University, Sweden under EURECA, the EU academic exchange scheme, in the research scholar category.

  43. Ms. Anju S. Pillai went abroad to Malardalen University, Sweden under EURECA, the EU academic exchange scheme, in the research scholar category.

  44. Mr. Sivraj P. went to KTH University, Sweden for research collaboration under the INDO-SWEDISH collaborative project Energy Management in Smart Grid using Embedded Systems funded by DST-VINNOVA.

  45. Mr. Nithin S. went to KTH University, Sweden for research collaboration under the INDO-SWEDISH collaborative project Energy Management in Smart Grid using Embedded Systems funded by DST-VINNOVA.

  46. Mr. Rahul Sharma completed Ph.D from University of Pardubice, Czech Republic.

  47. Mr. Ram Prasad Narayanan is pursuing Ph.D from University of Ben Gurion, Israel.

  48. Ms. Kaumudi Singh is pursuing Ph.D from IISC, Bangalore.

  49. K. Vijith, Conducted a Workshop on PIC Programming using Embedded C ,at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on December 17 - 18, 2012.

  50. K. R. M. Vijayachandrakala, Delivered an invited Lecture on Introduction to MATLAB, at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, on December 12, 2012.

  51. The Electrical and Electronics Engineering department of Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore has conducted a National Conference on Power Electronics in Sustainable Energy Development (NCPSE – 2011) during December 19 - 20, 2011 co-ordinated by Dr. T.B.Isha and Dr. R. Jayabarathi.  Read More »

  52. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered the following invited lectures:
    • Energy Conservationin Motors and drives and Global warming, Empower Energy Efficiency Kerala 2010, organized by Lions Club, Thrissur, on April 17, 2010.
    • Emerging Trends in Power System and Control, National Conference, Federal Institute of Science & Technology, Angamaly, on May 21, 2010.
    • Future Electric Power grid, AICTE SDP on Future Electrical Energy Requirement and Energy Management, KKIT, Coimbatore, on June 9, 2010.

  53. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture in Empower Energy Efficiency Kerala 2010 on Energy Conservation in Motors and Drives and Global Warming, organized by Lions Club, Thrissur, on April 17, 2010.

  54. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture in National Conference on Emerging Trends in Power System and Control, at Federal Institute of Science & Technology, Angamaly, on May 21, 2010.

  55. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture on Future Electric Power grid, at AICTE SDP on Future Electrical Energy Requirement and Energy Management , organized by KKIT, Coimbatore, on June 9, 2010.

  56. Ms. R. Jaya Bharthi Assistant Professor (Selection Grade)is awarded Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Anna University Chennai for her thesis Certain Investigations on Reactive Power Compensation in the Power System Network using Genetic Neuro Networks.

  57. Mr. S. Balamurgan Assistant Professor (Sr. Gr.) is awarded Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Anna University Chennai for his thesis Development of Optimal Controller for Heavy Duty Gas Turbine Plants using Soft Computing Techniques.

  58. Prof. T. N. P Nambiar and T. K. Sindhu and S. E. A. Suba conducted a tutorial as a part of EPSCICON International Conference at Vidya Acadamy, Trichur on January 3, 2010.

  59. Prof. T. N. P. Nambiar and T. K. Sindhu chaired a paper presentation session of EPSCICON International conference at Vidya Acadamy, Trichur on January 4, 2010.

  60. Dr. S. Balamurgan and Ms. K. R. M. Vijiya Chandrakala delivered guest lecture and tutorial on PSCAD and its applications in Government College of Engineering, Trichur ,on January 20, 2010.

  61. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture in Renewable Energy Fortnight celebration on Small Wind Power Technologies, at Cape Institute of Technology, Levengipuram, Tamilnadu, on January 20, 2010.

  62. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered keynote address in National Seminar on Energy & Environment Energy and Environment Issues at Karpagam Polytechnic, Coimbatore, on January 28, 2010.

  63. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture in International Conference, ICCC 2010, on 21st Century Power Grid, at College of Engineering, Trivandrum, on February 18, 2010.

  64. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture in MNRE sponsored one day workshop on Wind Power Technologies, at SKCET, Coimbatore, on February 20, 2010.

  65. Ms. A. VijiyaKumari served as Judge for student symposium, TECHTREND'10 conducted by Sri Eshwar Engineering college, Coimbatore on March 5, 2010.

  66. Dr. K. K. Sasi delivered invited lecture on Smart Grid at Government Engineering College, Barton Hill, Trivandrum, on March 23, 2010.

  67. A workshop on Electro magnetic Theory was conducted for the staff of L & T SDDC (Switch gear Design and Development Center) and Dr. T. K. Sindhu served the resource person.

  68. Ms. V. Radhamani Pillai went abroad to Malardalen University, Sweden under EURECA, the EU academic exchange scheme, in the research scholar category.

  69. Ms. Anju S. Pillai went abroad to Malardalen University, Sweden under EURECA, the EU academic exchange scheme, in the research scholar category.

  70. Mr. S. R. Mohanrajan went abroad to Uppsala University, Sweden under EURECA, the EU academic exchange scheme, in the research scholar category.

  71. Ms. R. Jayabarathi received Ph. D. degree from Anna University, Chennai for her thesis titled, Certain Investigations on Reactive Power Compensation in a Power System Network using Generic Neuro Techniques.

  72. Ms. V. Vanitha (in collaboration with TEDA-Coimbatore, CWET-Chennai and RMK Engineering College-Chennai) won a grant of Rs 37, 37, 500 from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for a research project titled, Study of Power Quality Issues in Grid-connected Windfarms and Identification of Remedial Measures.

  73. Ms. G. R. Sangeetha won Gold Medal as topper in M. Tech. (Instrumentation & Control) 2009 batch from NIT Calicut.

  74. Mr. Sarath S. Nair Gold Medal as topper in M. Tech. (Computer Controlled Industrial Power) 2009 batch from NIT Calicut.

  75. Dr. Sasi K. K. received the Kerala State Energy Conservation Commendation Certificate 2009 in Research and Innovation, awarded by Energy Management Centre, Government of Kerala.
  1. Ms. Vishnupriyadharshini receives the Best Research Work Award for the project titled “ Wind Speed Forecasting Based on ARIMA and WRF in Today’s Power Grid” at IREDA-NIWE Awards for Wind Energy 2018 with cash award of Rs. 50,000/-. 
     
  2. Ms. Annapoorna, 2018 batch student has won the Prof Muhammed Harunur Rashid Best Paper Award for the paper titled “Objective function formulation for small wind turbine aerofoil design” in IEEE Biennial international conference on Power and Energy Systems: Towards Sustainable Energy”(PESTSE),2018.
     
  3. Ms. Sruthy K. Das and Mr. Shyam Sundar , 2017 batch participated in World Bio Fuel Day seminar conducted by BPCL and NYCS and won the Best Project Award for the project on Bio Diesel.
     
  4. Students of M.Tech. Renewable Energy Technology, have got internships in various renewable energy organizations namely; Gameza, Enel Green power, orange pvt. ltd etc., based on their field projects.
     
  5. Third place in Chennai Regional Level, NASSCOM TechNgage - 2016, Chennai
  6. Best Paper Award was won by Ms. Krishnapriya P , for her paper “Multiobjective Optimal Design and Control of Auto-tuned Passive Filter using Bacterial Foraging Algorithm to improve Power Quality and to minimize Power Losses”, presented in the international conference ICSCS 2016.
     
  7. Akhiya sanal has presented a design of the project entitled “Real Time Energy Management in Solar Powered Standaone DC Microgrid”, in the Vishweshwarayya Collegiate Project Design Competition 2017 organised by KSEB Engineer’s Association held on 14 – 05 – 2017 at Thrissur and won FIRST place.
     
  8. The paper titled "Feedback Linearization Technique For Unified Power Flow Controller" authored by M. Tech. student Athira, Mrs.Parvathy and Dr. K.C.SindhuThampatty is awarded the best paper in the 2nd International Conference on Power, Circuit and Information Technologies (ICPCIT-2016), organized by Electronics and Communication Department Rajarajeswari College of Engineering (RRCE), Bengaluru, during 20th and 21st May, 2016.
     
  9. The paper titled "Mathematical Modeling of Squirrel Cage Induction Generator based Wind Farm for Sub-synchronous Resonance Analysisr" authored by M. Tech. student Anusri Parol and Dr. K. C.Sindhu Thampatty is awarded the best paper in the Joint International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Computations in Engineering Systems (ICAIECES-2016) and Power, Circuit and Information Technologies (ICPCIT-2016) organized by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SRM University, Kattankulathur, Chennai during May 19 - May 21, 2016.
     
  10. The paper titled "Wind Speed Forecasting based on Statistical Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) Method" authored by second year M. Tech. RET student A. Vishnupriyadharshini, Dr. V. Vanitha and Dr. T. Palanisamy (Department of Mathematics) is awarded the best paper in the Joint International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Computations in Engineering Systems (ICAIECES-2016) & Power, Circuit and Informational Technologies (ICPCIT-2016) organized by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SRM University, Kattankulathur, Chennai during May 19 - May 21, 2016.
     
  11. Madhan C., Rahul P. J. P., Shruthip V., Vikhash Karthik V. M. of II Year EEE, won first place in Circuit Design Contest, Shaastra 2016 organized by IIT Madras.
     
  12. Madhan C., Rahul P.J.P., Shruthip V., Vikhash Karthik V. M. of II Year EEE, won second place in 'Eleckart’, Shasstra 2016 organized by IIT Madras.
     
  13. Muralisiva K. of III Year EEE among the Top 10 in Regional finalist in National Youth Talk 2015 organized by ICTACT.
     
  14. Akshay B., Murali Siva K., Parthasarathi V.,Surya M. of III Year EEE, among Top 10 National finalists in Project contest “Innovation Jockey 2015” organized by Accenture and Yahoo India.
     
  15. Akshay B., Murali Siva K., Parthasarathi V., Surya M. of III Year EEE, among Top 8 National Finalists awarded with financial aid and mentorship from Cisco in Project contest “IDEATE 2015” organized by Cisco, Bangalore.
     
  16. Anant Narula received DAAD Scholarship for his summer internship at TU Dresden,Germany, for the year 2015.
     
  17. Hareekaanth G.R., Ashwin Kumar U., Anand S. won third place for the project “Semi-Autonomous Vehicle” in the national level event iNSCIBE 2014 conducted by Robert Bosch, Bangalore.
     
  18. Four students of final EEE are currently pursuing their final semester projects in reputed foreign universities under Student Exchange Programs.
     
  19. Vivishek Sudhir and P. C. Deshmukh won the Best Paper Award for their paper titled, Whispering modes in the scattering of electrons from multi-walled nanotubes, at the Topical Conference on the Interaction of EM Radiation with Atoms, Molecules & Clusters., 2014
     
  20. Mr. Hariprasad R, Mr. Venugopal Prasanth and Mr. Gautham S. won a grant of Rs. 10,000 in the IEEMA-Engineer Infinite project Competition 2010, for their project titled, Power Generation from Speed Breakers. 
     
  21. Smart Water- First Place in National Level, CISCO IDEATE Contest, Bangalore

International Collaborations

The Department has research collaboration with reputed foreign universities like:

  • KTH- Sweden,
  • University of Mälardalen.
  • Uppsala University.
     

Industry Collaborations

  • Microsoft
  • Texas Instruments
  • mbed (ARM7)
  • Roots
  • C-Wet
  • Robert-Bosch
  • IWTMA & Free Scale

Internship Opportunities

  • Honeywell, Bangalore
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS), Chennai
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Trivandrum
  • Naval Physical & Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL), Cochin
  • KPIT Cummins, Pune
  • Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Alcatel, Bangalore
  • Synrotech, Hyderabad
     

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Conferences

Faculty Development Programs(FDP)

  • A two day National level Faculty Development Program (FDP) on Power Systems Lab with the support of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) from July 9-10, 2015. 
  • A four day Faculty Development Program on Power System Modeling and Simulation during July 8–11, 2013.
  • A three day Faculty Development Program on Principles of Management during June 5-7, 2013.
  • Workshop on Wind Energy: Resource Assessment and Simulation during February 22-23, 2013.
  • A three day Faculty Development Program on Control Engineering during January 2-4, 2013.

 

Workshops and Seminars 

  • National Level Workshop on “Power Electronic Applications & Control of Modern Electric Drives” during 11th & 12th February 2016
  • Two day workshop on “Fuzzy logic Implementation in Embedded Systems” during 8th & 9th January 2016
  • Two day workshop on “Embedded Systems Development using ARM mbed Platform” during 4th & 5th November 2015
  • Two day workshop on “PIC Microcontrollers” during 7th & 8th September 2015
  • Two day workshop on Soft Computing during 17th & 18th July 2015
  • Three day national workshop on Emerging Smart Grid Technologies and Research Directions from April 16-18, 2015.
  • Two-day workshop on Fuzzy Logic Implementation in Embedded Systems during March 7-8, 2014 
  • Two day training program on Solar Photovoltaic Systems during August 3 – 4 2013 in association with the Society of Energy Engineers and Managers (SEEM).
  • Workshop on Wind Energy: Resource Assessment and Simulation during February 22-23, 2013.
  • Workshop on VLSI Design using VHDL during December 18-19, 2012
  • Workshop on PIC Programming Using Embedded C during December 16-17, 2012
  • A two day Workshop on Graphical System Design Using LabVIEW during December 14–15, 2012.
  • An eight day Winter Workshop was organized by the Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Amrita IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Student Branch Chapter during December 12 - 19, 2012. The workshop focused on different topics such asPIC Programming Using Embedded C, MATLAB, SimPowerSystems, Graphical System Design Using LabVIEW, Electronic System Design Using Multisim and VLSI Design using VHDL.
  • A two day Workshop on MATLAB during December 12-13, 2012.
  • A one day Workshop on Haptics - Robotic Arm on October 28, 2012.
  • A one day Workshop on Arduino on September 20, 2012.
  • A Seminar on Embedded Systems and Applications on September 11, 2012.
  • A Seminar on A Revolution from Oil Lamps to Solid State Lights on September 06, 2012.

The following are the important Teaching and Research Laboratories equipped with modern state of the art equipment, test equipment and PCs with Applications Based Software such as ORCAD, Proteus, Visual Studio, Windows Embedded Studio, AVR Studio, Ns2, Wireshark, MATLAB, ETAP, PSPICE, PSCAD, WAsP, WindPro, Digsilent Power Factory, MPLAB, Code Composer Studio, IAR Embedded Work Bench, Xillinx, SPARTAN 3AN and DSPACE, etc.

Laboratories

Name of the Laboratory Plinth Area (Sq.m) Major Facilities
Power Electronics Lab 150 10 numbers of Tektronix DSO with FFT facility, Ten P4 Systems with MATLAB, PSPICE, and Data Acquisition Hardware. DSP based AC - ASD and other experimental kits.,Fluke Make Power Quality Analyser ETAP and PSCAD software, FPGA board.
Measurements and Instrumentation Lab 150 Instrumentation Trainer Thermocouple-Set up,60MHz-Digital real time oscilloscope,60MHz-Digital real time oscilloscope TDS 1002,Digital IC Trainer Kit,3 Phase Loading Rheostat, Photo Electric Transducer, Analog IC Tester, Model-MME ECT-20,Digital IC Tester, Model-MME DIT-2040
8085 Microprocessor (Micro 85 LC ),3 phase Auto Transformer 415V/8A,60MHz, Digital real time oscilloscope TBS- 1062,Motor control unit PLC
Electrical workshop 150 Different type of domestic appliances, Motor and Transformer Winding units, ?P based cable fault detector, Power quality meter and several demonstration setups, Transformer oil testing apparatus.
Electrical Machines Lab 430 Different types of AC and DC machines measuring instruments, DSO, Computer based data acquisition, Linear switched reluctance motor, Series and shunt compensated transmission line model
Common Computer Lab 1061.39 Shared facilities.
Amrita-Microsoft Embedded System Research Lab; 120 Set up with collaboration from M/s Microsoft, equipment worth Rs 50 lakhs
Measurements and Instrumentation Lab 150 m2 Instrumentation Trainer Thermocouple-Set up,60MHz-Digital real time oscilloscope,60MHz-Digital real time oscilloscope TDS 1002,Digital IC Trainer Kit,3 Phase Loading Rheostat, Photo Electric Transducer, Analog IC Tester, Model-MME ECT-20,Digital IC Tester, Model-MME DIT-2040
8085 Microprocessor (Micro 85 LC ),3 phase Auto Transformer 415V/8A,60MHz, Digital real time oscilloscope TBS- 1062,Motor control unit PLC
Renewable Energy Technology Laboratory 364.64m2 Wind Turbine (300W),Fuel cell (20W),Photo Voltaic Panels (68 * 8 = 544W),Grid tied inverter, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator (500W),3 Phase Induction Motor (1.1kW),DC Shunt Motor (1.1 kW),1kVA Alternator coupled with 1.5kW DC motor and tachometer, DC  rectifier (30A),SEMIKRON Inverters (Inverter + Inverter),SEMIKRON Inverters (Rectifier + Inverter), Altium Nano Board 3000, Xillinx SPARTAN 3AN, Altium Designer, Digital storage oscilloscope 4 channel, Digital storage oscilloscope 2 channel
Drives and Control Lab 164 EQUIPMENT(S)
Dspace  card,DC motor position control system (itb-pec 01),AC  servo position control system (pec-2) 230/12v,SCR 3 phase ac voltage controller, consist of digital firing controller for SCR 1&3 phase,3 phase SCR power module,3 phasc lamp load setup.
SOFTWARE(S)
Matlab,Dspace

NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS)

QNET 2.0 DC MOTOR BOARD
 

QNET 2.0 Rotary Inverted Pendulum

QNET 2.0 HVAC Board
 

QNET 2.0 VERTICAL TAKE-OFF & LANDING

NI myRIO
 

NI myRIO Starter Kit

NI myRIO Mechatronics Kit

NI myRIO Embedded Systems Kit

NI myRIO add-on QUBE-Servo 2

PITSCO TETRIX® Prime for myRIO

NI myDAQ

iWorx Bioinstrumentation Sensor Package for myDAQ and myELVIS

E-Health Sensor Platform Complete Kit V2.0

Parrot Drone
 

NI ELVIS II

  • Integrated suite of 12 instruments
  • Includes Basic Breadboard for Circuits and Electronics
  • Complete integration with NI Multisim for teaching circuits and control concepts
  • Extend your lab with companion products from Quanser add-on boards

Microcontroller Boards

  • Raspberry Pi 3 with Built in WiFi and Bluetooth LE
  • Beagle Bone Black (REV C) Cortes A8 4G
  • MBED NXPM3 LPC1768 ARM CORTEX BOARD
  • SPARTAN 6 Trainer kit
  • DUALCORE ARM CORTEX LPC4357 BOARD
  • ARM LPC2129 CAN DEVELOPMENT BOARD
  • LPC 1768 Starter Board
  • ARM7 LPC 2148 Development Board
  • ARDUINO UNO R3 ARDUINO DUE BOARD
  • ARDUINO MEGA 2560 R3 BOARD
  • MSP430F5438 EXPERIMENT KIT
  • TMS 320C6713 DSP TRAINER KIT (VSK 6713)
  • BLACKFIN PROCESSOR 1248346 ADSP
  • LAUCHXL-F28027 C2000 PICCOLO
  • STELLARIS EKS-LM3S8962 EVALUATION KIT
  • TMDSEXPL 138-UNV KIT
  • DOT NET MICROFRAME WORK

Robotic Kits

  • ROBOTICS ARM KIT (RB-50)
  • FIRE BIRD - IV
  • LEGO MINDSTORM EDUCATIONAL BASE SET - 9797
  • CREATE PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PACKAGE
  • (I-CREATE ROBOT)
  • SPARK V ROBOT

Wireless Modems and Kits

  • BLUETOOTH MODULE
  • ZIG BEE - S2
  • ZIG BEE APPLICATION KIT
  • BLUE TOOTH APPLICATION KIT
  • WI-FI DEVELOPMENT KIT
  • SIMPLE LINK GPS CC4000
  • Node MCU

Debugging / Programming Tools

  • J-LINK USB-DRIVEN JTAG INTERFACE FOR ARM
  • MPLAB REAL ICE KIT (1294851 – PROBE KIT)
  • ELNEC SMART PROG2 UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMER
  • MSP430-FET DEBUG TOOL

Other Modules

  • EBOX 4300 MINI PC
  • EBOX 48XX MINI PC
  • GSM/GPRS APPLICATION KIT
  • GPS MODULE (SIM 28ML)
  • GSM MODEM (SIM900)

Software

  • IAR EMBEDDED WORKBENCH FOR ARM BASED MCU’S
  • MICROSOFT WINDOWS CE 6.0 TOOLKIT WITH R2
  • MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP EMBEDDED TOOLKIT WITH SP2 AND FP 2007
  • Netsim v10
  • Ns2/ns3

Ace Kits DSPACE 1104 Kit Consisting of:

  • DS1104 R&D Controller Board, MPC 8240 Power PC 603eCore, 250MHz –
  • CLP1104 – Connector/LED Panel: SN: 507192

Software

  • CDP1104–Control Development Package (for Processor Boards, Containing Real Time Interface, Control/Desk NG Basic+Standard Platforms, and Platform_API with USB Dongle
  • Microtec PowerPC Cross Compiler with USB Dongle

TMS320LF28335 Based DSP Trainer Kit

  • TMS320F28335 Digital Signal Controller
  • On chip 12 bit Analog to Digital Converter with 16 input channels
  • On board RS-232 Connector with line driver
  • On board CAN 2.0 interface with line driver and connector
  • Multiple Expansion Connectors (analog, I/O)
  • On board embedded USB JTAG Controller
  • 5-volt only operation with supplied AC adapter
  • On board IEEE 1149.1 JTAG emulation connector
  • TI F28xx Code Composer StudioTM Integrated Development Environment, Version 3.3

USB-6009 14Bit, 48 KS/s Multifunction I/O and NI-DAQ Mx

Induction motor control module It consists off:

  • 3 phase IGBT based inverter (SEMIKRON)

FPGA and PWM card-zedboard make

(FPGA control software for control, monitoring and analysis - entuple 1 user) 3.7kW 4 pole 1500 rpm/2.2kw 6 pole 1000 rpm. 3 phase slipring induction motor, 415V with mechanical loading arrangement - CG make , current & voltage sensor a long with encoder for feedback and protection - v sensor , I-sensor , Encoder.

Control panel with PLC Training kit

  • PLC with training kit interface with water heater & water level control process
  • VFD kit motor with PLC and HM1 1HP 3 phase 1ph-1hp VFD & motor + PLC

Software

  • PSCAD/EMTDC4.2
  • ETAP 5.5 ETAP-AMC-12.5 ETAP
  • ANSYS’ MAXWELL

  • A dedicated Renewable Energy Laboratory funded by C-WET with a small sized wind turbine of 500W capacity. Amorphous and Polycrystalline Solar panels are installed for studying the various scenario in real time conditions.
  • Laboratory is equipped with Smart Grid, Net Metering and Wind Emulators of DFIG, PMSG.
  • Licensed Software of MATLAB, ANSYS, dSPACE and WaSP for project and laboratory experiments
  • Inter disciplinary projects can be carried out in various laboratories which can be accessed 24x7.
  • Classes are equipped with modern amenities to provide better aide to the students.

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List of Professional Societies - Membership of Faculty

Membership of Faculty Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (IETE)
Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
Society of Energy Engineers and Managers (SEEM)
Solar Energy Society of India
Universal Association of Computer and Electronics Engineers
International Association of Engineers
Indian Society of Lighting Engineers

…“..Whatever I have, understanding abt the fundamental principles of life both spiritual, as well as technical, I gained during my life in Amrita. The place (Ettimadai) and the Amrita System played a significant role in moulding my intellect and character. Career Gain: The teaching methodology, friendly culture and behaviour I received from Amrita is the way I have chosen to apply while I teach and understand my students. .

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Abraham P A (2008-2010 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Asst. Professor , Jyothi Engineering College, Cheruthuruthy

…“..I will describe the two years @Amrita as the transition period in my life.It helped me to take up and face the challenges in life with more confidence. I never had a better and knowledgeable interaction with teachers before I joined Amrita. Embedded Systems was my first option. but when I started with the course I dint feel any kind of passion initially. My teachers and classmates defenitely played a huge role in motivating me. Life @ Amrita is a beautiful and unforgettable memory for me. "

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Archana P Ajit (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Systems Engineer, Infosys ltd,Mysore

…“..The life in Amrita campus Ettimadai was too good. It helped me to have a view on how to think, search and work, towards the fulfillment of the idea in my mind. The facilities and guidance Amrita has provided me, especially in my project work and academics were so good. I always tried my maximum to utilize the facilities. Especially embedded system lab gave excellent exposure to wide varieties of hardwares and software tools. AMBE research lab gave me real time problems and the faculties supported me, beyond their work timings, in my work to find the solutions for all those. Other campus facilities were also awesome. But I always missed the sports and games in my 2 years. Try to encourage that too. Even if there were options to play, M.Tech Students find it hard to enjoy, at least me. I would suggest to conduct some tournaments, and this will surely help to make the life in the campus even better.

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MITHUN HARIDAS T P (2010-2012 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Associate System Engineer, IBM India

…“..My life at Amrita was awesome, i had lived my most memorable moment of life in the AMRITA COLLAGE. i had enjoyed every moment starting from admission into the collage till last day. And all this happen because of the good climate, good and clean environment, excellent hotel facilities, good food, good infrastructure. With all this the caring nature of the teacher made it feel like at home. Teachers not only helped mentally but their contribution in the studies was phenomenon.They have always maintained the proper weightage between theory and practical knowledge during the coarse. The Lab facility was also very satisfactory with upto date systems, good equipment and other resources to implement new innovation. Being an embedded design engineer in my latest company all these knowledge with i gain in Amrita collage helped me lot to co-up with the company."

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Aditya Singh Gosain (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Senior Embedded design Engineer, Skanray technologies

…“..My college is the platform where i got best teachers, good lab facility, gigantic library and awesome friends. Thank you Amrita for making me to believe that "Nothing is impossible for a willing heart".

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Ragam Gopinath (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Programmer Analyst, CTS

…“..Amrita is an excellent place where the young can experiment, experience and enjoy the state of the art facilities and the scenic beauty around.

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Aiswarya S Nair (2010-2012 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Assistant Professor, Christ University, Bangalore

…“..It is a great pleasure to speak something about my time spent in M.Tech at Amrita. I gained a lot of knowledge in programming and learnt to groom myself as a proffessional that i am now. The lab facilities were good and the teachers were too. I learnt a lot during my 2 year stay at amrita. I currently use only the programmimg skills that i gained during my time at M.Tech. However currently i know that i may not be able to use all what i have learnt, but in time it will surely help me in my future. It really was a great pleasure to study at amrita under teachers as good as you too.

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Sudheesh (2010-2012 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Programmer Analyst, CTS

…“..The facilities in AMRITA was very good. The lab facilities were nice. Especially the syllabus which are upto date to the current technologies are very helpful in looking for PhD positions. Even after 2 years of my M.Tech completion the syllabus I learnt in AMRITA doesnt backtrack with current developing technologies. AMRITA campus was well equipped in all amenities. The ambience of the Coimbatore Campus is well preserved and boasts for learning minds. Amrita dining is unmatched. AMRITA has also taught me to handle any difficult situations which may be faced in work life. I had a wonderful experience from AMRITA university. Proud to be AMRITIAN.

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Muthu Kumar B (2010-2012 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Programmer Analyst, CTS

…“.. The life at Amrita University gave me a lot confidence in both my academic and personal track. I feel that I got more practical experience in my respective academic area (Electronics and Communication) while doing my M-Tech from Amrita. Also I get interested in doing research oriented works. Apart from that, more changes happened in my personal behavior, for example, I achieved better communication skills now as compared to the that before coming to Amrita. "

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ANOOP R S (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Embedded Developer, Tiino Research Labs, Tiino Techmations Pvt. Ltd.

…“..Its the dedication of the staff that I appreciate the most in Amrita. You were all so eager to help us any time any day and hats off for that. For people who are really interested in learning, Amrita is a great place to pursue their studies. Vast library, well equipped labs where you can go in and work any time, ever helping lab staff and of course the lovely campus add on to the pleasure of learning there. My two years there helped me understand the importance of doing work with passion and the outcomes of it which is a very important lifelesson.

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Pavithra Parakkal (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Programmer Analyst , CTS

…“..College is where I learned to take my limitation and turn it into an opportunity! To take an opportunity and turn it into an adventure by dreaming BIG! And this small thought rests its roots at our favorite hangout at Amrita - Our one and only Embedded Sys Lab! Its not an institution. It is a full fledged home, far from home!

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Karthika A Warrier (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Application Developer, IBM

…“..From Amrita I have gained deeper knowledge in Embedded systems design & implementation from basics to application level. This is the main resource which helped me in trouble shooting & commissioning of various controllers ,sensors & actuators in all my project fields till now. Built me as a Professional master Engineer and helped me in development of a better personality in me.

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Navaneeth Narayan (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Service & Commissioning Engineer, Thermal Arabia Trading & Contracting Co. WLL, Doha, Qatar

…“..Amrita redefines the role of engineering institute.

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Dinesh A. (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Senior Design Engineer, Skanray Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,Mysore

…“..Place where enjoyment and entertainment meets. "

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Arun Sasi (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Associate System Engineer, IBM

…“..The word Amrita brings all the good memories back. Its not only about the college but a life changing experience. Embedded systems department with a group of professors with passion to teach and learn which in turn inspired us as the students to do good. The world class facilities like lab,library to know about the new technologies going on in and around the world."

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Lokeswaranath Bathala (2011-2013 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Senior Embedded design Engineer, Skanray technologies

…“..My best 2 years, in terms of study, enjoyment, Learning. Regarding the course, Embedded Systems, I have not seen such a resourceful embedded lab in any other universities in India. Freedom to implement things on our own, full support from our staff are the key factors."

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Ram Prasadh N (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Research Intern, Tiino Research Labs

…“..Two years at Amrita has enlightened me with many good qualities like Dedication, Perseverance, Patience and lot more. I feel proud to be a part of it."

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Annam Swetha (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Software Developer, WABCO INDIA LIMITED

…“..Having been in the realm of knowledge for two years, standing on my own feet for the rest of my life ."

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M Anjana Shree (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Package Solution Consultant- SAP.SCM.MM, IBM

…“..I am really grateful to Amrita for what I am now and what I will be. The two years during M. Tech was the best time I ever had in my life with skillful teachers, staffs, beautiful nature etc. I miss everything from the fully equipped labs to the tasty food from the canteen"

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Rahul Sharma K
Ph.D student, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

…“.. Telling about Amrita,the life was excellent.Got absolutely encouraging support from Amrita to complete the degree. The embedded system course is really professional.It helps my work here very much. Thanks to the great teachers,forever friends and everything from Amrita. "

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Harisanker M (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Software Engineer, Wabco India Ltd,

…“.. Life at Amrita helps me a lot in achieving a good decent job and a better education..I am really thankful for all my teachers,staff and friends and above all I am grateful to have Amma's blessings in those 2 years. "

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Aswathy M (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Telecom Technical Assistant, BSNL

…“ State of the art infrastructure and well disciplined facilities makes Amrita an unique place where we learn technical and mannerisms as an individual.

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Dhiyagu D
Senior Engineer, Tata Elxsi India pvt. Ltd.

…“.. Turning point in my life is this decision of taking my post graduation degree from Amrita. The education imparted from Amrita is The best I have received so far and especially embedded systems department is well equipped and maintained well. Embedded systems department is incomplete without mentioning the Professors who have made us reach the position in which we are. Apart from the education I have learned a lot more in my life during my 2 years of duration in that campus. As a person I have evolved as a better human being. All thanks to the environment and the culture of this university. "

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B M Shanthini (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Software Engineer, Wabco India Pvt Ltd

…“.. I came to Amrita on August 15, 2012, the Independence Day. As usual, a new atmosphere, new faces everything made me tensed. But as the time passes, I realized that my decision to do M. Tech in Amrita was right. The lectures and the lab sessions that I got from the classrooms of Amrita boosted my subject knowledge to a great extent. Moreover, the lab and the library facilities were a lot more than one can ask for. In addition to all, the training classes that I got from there helped me in building up my confidence. Being an Embedded System Engineer from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, I was successfully able to present myself and start off with a good professional career.

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Kasthuri V (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Software Developer, Wabco India Pvt Ltd

…“ Joining Amrita has been one of the best decisions in my life. In Amrita its not just academic and intellectual development but also improving the confidence to take on any thing. This has greatly helped me in setting my career in the field that i love. As an embedded engineer one cannot get much greater exposure than what you get at Amrita. The facilities at Amrita is top notch and the revelation to these have made my transition to a professional easier at start of my career.

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Sarath TV (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Embedded Software Engineer, Gadgeon Smart systems Pvt Ltd

…“.. An excellent environment for over all development - professional and personal. The faculties and facilities always encouraged and ensured that as students, we are in the right track as far as the growing technology was concerned. The institute's forever evolving syllabus helped us to be aware of the state of theart before we move on to the industrial environment. Personally, I am really thankful to the entire team at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham for all the support rendered. "

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Gayathri N (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Software Engineer, Wabco India Pvt Ltd

…“ The campus life at Amrita makes as feel proud and can say to outside world world without hesitation- I am an Amritian. The support which one student including support from faculties, labs, library more over the atmosphere helps one to achieve the goals in life. As I did my Masters in Embedded Systems, the special thing which I wish to mention is our lab and the support from our faculties. The lab is equipped with new technologies such that one student can explore and improve his technical knowledge. The faculty support is impressive and helps us to inculcate self learning which helped me lot in my new company. The curriculum includes latest topics and subjects which will enhance the knowledge The placement cell works hard and always try to bring good companies for placement.

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Nithin George
Programmer Analyst Trainee, CTS

…“ education is not about only studying, its about learning, thinking, experimenting, teaching etc... Its been great studying at amrita. these 2 years taught me lot of things in my life and i will always be thankful for the ample opportunities provides to us. Faculties are very approachable and they helped us when ever we needed them. One more thing i like to share is, all the feedback were considered and actions were taken. Amrita taught me how to handle a project by myself which is very useful now and also amrita changed my perception about education, education is not about only studying, its about learning, thinking, experimenting, teaching etc... From my heart i would say those 2 years were very interesting.

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Sharmila K
Software Engineer, Huawei Technologies

…“ I did both my B.Tech and M.Tech at Amrita. 6 years, I learned a lot from Professors, fellow students and even the workers, the good culture imbibed in them. The green lusty campus have always driven the good spirit in me. The facilities are impeccable and the support from everyone has made me grow as a better person.

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Akhiya Sanal (M.Tech Power Electronics 2017)
R&D Associate Engineer , Microgrids & Distributed Generation – Battery ABB

…“ I feel that Amrita, true to its illustrious history and cultural heritage, delivers on its promise of providing a rich, intellectually stimulating world- class engineering education. I can vouch from my under graduate and graduate experience at this university for the fact that the exposure you get from Amrita helps you evolve from being an individual to a professional. Everyday during classroom discussions with leading academicians, it creates something that we fondly call the “Aha” moment.

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Rahul Balachandran
Project Trainee, Bosch

…“ Amrita has given the stage for a beautiful transition from just acquiring knowledge to being intelligent. It has aptly encapsulated the serenity of nature with the hustle of a university. It has created a beautiful learning experience with state of the art laboratories and erudite professors. My heart felt thanks to the University for giving me the capability to fly.”

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Keerthy P
Post Graduate Engineering Trainee at L&T ECC

…“ I have done both my UG and PG at Amrita School of Engineering - Coimbatore campus. The lab sessions were very tough and demanding that I learnt my basics from these lab sessions. I was also given a free hand to try mini projects on my own and the professors and lab assistants were equally encouraging. Added advantages being the serene campus and friendly behaviour of the professors, I am very happy that I chose Amrita for my professional studies.

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Vijaya Raghavan S
Control Design Engineer - FACTS, ABB GISPL, Chennai

…“ It gives me utmost pleaure to say with pride that I have completed my post-graduation from Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita University. The relationship between faculties and students is very cordial, which gave me an opportunity to excel in my area of interest. The two years I spent here were splendid and has helped me to grow better professionally & personally. I would like to thank all the faculties and staff for making me a “Better Person.

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Swathika S
Project trainee at MAK Controls and Systems (P) Ltd

…“ It gives me utmost pleaure to say with pride that I have completed my post-graduation from Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita University. The relationship between faculties and students is very cordial, which gave me an opportunity to excel in my area of interest. The two years I spent here were splendid and has helped me to grow better professionally & personally. I would like to thank all the faculties and staff for making me a “Better Person.

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Sunki Reddy Ginugu (M.TECH POWER ELECTRONICS 2018)
Project trainee BOSCH

…“ The overall experience of the course was very positive. The course is keeping up with the current trends and is a very good platform for us to gain knowledge in renewable field. The faculty members are very helpful and they give support throughout the course as well as for the projects. The college also helped me in pursuing PhD and continue my MTech project. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in this course.

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Shruthy K Das( M. Tech RET 2017)
Pursuing PhD in Amrita

…“ The lab facilities are excellent which helped me in gaining the practical experience of the things that we learn in classes. The projects that we pursued are of industrial orientation which helped me in obtaining an internship and eventually placement. It helped me greatly in work place as I was familiarised with the working pattern in the college itself.

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Krishnaveny R Nair (M. Tech CI 2017)
Enel Green Power

…“ The greenery in the campus compliments with our department and adds aura to the campus. The exams and seminar topics in various subjects helped me in my work place as the whole course is industry oriented. I will seriously recommend this course for a bright future.

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Abin Ananthakrishnan (M.Tech RET 2017)
Orange Renewable

…“ I enjoy being at amrita and thank for the support rendered towards taking up my project at Gamesa, Chennai as an Intern and exposed with the current platform under solar dual axis solar tracking system using LDR sensor.

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Ragavi B (M. Tech RET 2018)
Intern at Gamesa

…“ Campus:- Excellent environment to studies and improving extra curricular activity Teachers and Faculties:- Helpful for studies and giving mental strength for issues inside and outside campus environment. Academics:- As student at embedded system - Satisfied with labs, lecturing, events conducted, projects and term papers done. Syllabus:- Need to include much more core level courses, like device driver and kernel, protection circuitry (like TTL logic conversion under different protocols), Protocol development and security algorithms(communication protocols mainly). improve Operating system in Embedded world(RTOS, Kernel, board support packages, etc.) rather than concentrating more application subjects like:- Biomedical, Robotics, Automotive, etc.

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Ahamed Aslam C. (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Embedded Developer, Tiino Techmation Pvt. Ltd. , Coimbatore

…“ Two years of Amrita life was very good.

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Nivethika.R (2012-2014 M.Tech. Embedded Systems)
Programmer Analyst Trainee, CTS