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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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About us

To keep pace with the rapidly evolving electronics industry requires unwavering passion and urge to innovate. This, precisely, is what the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering at the BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus is about.  The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, which includes EEE, ECE and EIE, is one of the largest departments on the campus, comprising of students, faculty and technical staff. The broad spectrum of courses is taught by a group of highly-experienced faculty who are also researchers in their own areas. The syllabus - rigorous in design and content - is in keeping with the latest developments in the industry. Well-equipped laboratories coupled with extensive practical work ensure the student receives a well-rounded education.
 
Students are actively involved in research and projects in thrust areas such as VLSI, Embedded Systems, Power Electronics, Communication Systems, etc; they are also encouraged to foray into interdisciplinary courses such as Image Processing, Medical Imaging, Renewable Energy, Pattern Recognition, etc., under the able guidance of the faculty. Strengthening University-Industry ties has always been one of the top priorities of the BITS curriculum. Keeping this in mind, the department has focused on industry-defined problems for thesis work. Numerous collaborations and MoUs signed with various organizations are testament to this commitment.

 

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Programmes Offered

 The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering offers following courses.
 
First Degree 
 
Higher Degree 
PhD
 
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Faculty

Our faculty have extensive experience in industry, research as well as teaching. Our strength is a reflection of their skills, innovation and drive.
 
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Research

The department of Electrical and Electronics engineering is engaged in different research areas ranging from practical implementation to theoretical investigations. All the outcome of the research are getting published in leading journals and conferences. Please find below some major research areas where the faculty are involved. More details can be obtained from faculty's individual homepages. 

VLSI Arithmetic,  Renewable Energy, Wireless Sensor Networks, Biomedical instrumentation, Tele-medicine, Reversible Computing, Signal Processing,  Radar Signal and Image processing, Biomedical Signal Processing, Solar cells Modelling,  Microfluidics, MEMS, Lab-on-a-chip, Nanomaterials, Nanofabrication, Medical Diagnostics,  Point-of-Care devices, 3D printing, Fuel Cells, Power system stability, Power Quality,  Photonics, Optical Communications, Photonic Integrated Circuits, Power electronics,  Renewable / Alternate energy, Technology for smart grid, Organic Solar Cells, Sensor  Networks, Embedded Systems, Memory Devices, etc. 

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Facilities

 We have state of the art laboratories to provide hands on experiences and support research activities.
  • Analog & Digital Electronics
  • Communication systems
  • Control System Lab
  • Digital Design Lab
  • Digital Signal Processing Lab
  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • MEMS / Microfluidics and Nanoelectronics Lab
  • Microprocessor and Interfacing Lab
  • Microwave Engineering Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Signal and System Lab
  • VLSI Design Lab
 
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Activities

PHoEnix, the association of EEE, ECE and EIE students regularly conducts technical events in the campus. The IEEE chapter on campus comprises many student members and actively conducts technical seminars and other events.

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Industry Engagement

Our institute offers degree programmes through  Work Integrated Learning Programmes (WILP) for employed professionals to enhance their academic qualification while gaining significant professional experience at their respective employing organizations. The programmes are specifically designed to integrate the learning with their working environment.  We also offer specific programmes under Corporate Partnerships to leading organizations from several industries customized to suit their Learning & Development requirements.

News

 
[Project] Dr. Souvik Kundu (PI) and Prof. Souri Banerjee (Physics, co-PI) received a project from BRNS (3 years, ~35 lakhs) - "Metal-oxide and Nanocomposite based low-power non-volatile switching device". 
 
[Patent] A System for Measuring Viscosity and Method Thereof by Sanket Goel and Puneeth S B, Indian Patent Filed (201711031122), 1 Sept 2017.
 
[PhD Student Paper] M.T.L. Gayatri, Alivelu.M. Parimi, A.V. Pavan Kumar, A review of reactive power compensation techniques in microgrids, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol. 81, 2018.
 
[PhD Student Paper] Goutham Makkena, and M. B. Srinivas. Nonlinear Sequence Transformation-Based Continuous-Time Wavelet Filter Approximation, Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing, 1-19, 2017.
 

 

Events

[15 Sep 2017Visit by Prof. R. Karmalkar, IIT Madras
 
[24 Aug 2017Visit by Prof. Varun Jeoti (Signal processing and Wireless communication), University Technology Petronas, Malaysia 
 
[11 Aug 2017Interaction with New EEE Students
 

Recent Publications

Detailed List...

1. Manu Gupta, V Rajagopalan, E P Pioro, B.V.V.S.N. Prabhakar Rao, Volumetric Analysis of MR Images for Glioma Classification and their Effect on Brain Tissues, Signal, Image and Video Processing, Published Online, 2017.  

2. S. Chitraganti, R. Toth, N. Meskin, J. Mohammadpour, Stochastic model predictive tracking of piecewise constant references for LPV  SystemsIET Control Theory & Applications, in press, 2017.

3. Soham Jariwala, Rohit Nagpal, Saksham Phul, Sanket Goel and Balaji Krishnamurthy, Modeling the performance of an enzymatic glucose fuel cell, accepted for publication with Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2017.

4. Venkateswaran PS, Santosh Dubey, Abhishek Sharma, Ajay Agarwal and Sanket Goel*, Stereolithographic 3D Printed Microfluidic viscometer for Rapid Detection of Automobile Fuel Adulteration, accepted for publication with Sensor Letters, 2017.

5. S. K. Sahoo, A. Gangishetty, R. Sahoo and M. Muglikar, High Performance Ternary Adder using CNTFET, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology , Vol. 99, pp.1-1. 2017.

6. Young Ho Kim, Jeong-Woo Sohn,  Yeon Kyung Lee, Jaehoon Jung, Minyeong Jeong, Sanket Goel, Hee Jin Kim,  Sang-June Choi, Preparation of pH Sensitive MMT/PEGMEA Nanocomposite Micropatterns by Rapid and Simple UV Curing Procedures,Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics, Vol 12(6), pp. 550-556, 2017.

7. Ganesh Kumar Ganjikunta and Subhendu Kumar Sahoo, An area-efficient and low-power 64-point pipeline Fast Fourier Transform for OFDM applications, Integration, the VLSI Journal, Vol. 57, pp. 125-131, 2017.

8. Kotha Srinivasa Reddy and Subhendu Kumar Sahoo, An approach for fixed coefficient RNS-based FIR filter, International Journal of Electronics, Vol. 104 (8), 2017.

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