Students at Amrita School of Engineering Innovate Software to Help the Deaf Communication

Four Alumni of Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore developed a software to help deaf kids communicate without sign language. Their project, called The Sign Language Animator (TESLA), has a software to translate text and speech into sign through an “Avatar” — 3D digital animation character. 

ASE Student Selected as a Research Scientist by a South Korean Institute

Aditya K., final year student of Mechanical Engineering in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, has been selected as junior research scientist in Cognitive Robotics Centre, Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul. Ganesh Udupa is the project guide and the student's mentor, along with Pramod Sreedharan. 

Amrita Student Selected as Research Scientist by KIST Korea Institute of Science and Technology

Aditya. K, fourth year mechanical engineering student at Amrita School of Engineering at Amritapuri campus has been selected as a Junior Research Scientist in the Cognitive Robotics Centre, Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul. A student from Rajahmundry has made this possible with his interest in the field of robotics, specializing in Intelligent Systems. Dr. Ganesh Udupa is the project guide and the student's mentor, along with Pramod Sreedharan. Aditya is now working under the supervision of Yong Kwun Lee, Director, Bio-Robotics Lab, KIST.

Team 'Silver Spirit' from the Amrita School of Engineering Eager to Go International

A 25-member ‘Silver Spirit' team from the Amrita School of Engineering led by the experienced Adarsh Ganesan, plans to have a shot at BAJA, an international off-road vehicle design and racing event scheduled at Pittsburgh in the United States next year. For the Amritians, it all started in 2009. The team headed by Hari Ragavendra and ably guided by faculty advisor S. Thirumalini (Professor, Mechanical Engineering) finished 35th among 60 engineering colleges in the Indian event held in Pithampur in Indore. 

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Bags Second Position in Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest

A team from Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore Campus won the First Runners-up trophy in the Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest for Indian Universities for the year 2010.