1. Why ECE at SRM AP?
ECE curriculum prepares you to take part in the next gen industrial revolution (Industry 4.0 and beyond). So, if you think you can contribute by innovating and solving real life problems – JOIN US.
2. How is the life of an ECE student at SRM University, AP?
Activity based learning from friendly, inter & multi-disciplinary experts makes learning in SRM AP ECE engaging. Students will also be able to publish research papers, give a talk on international conferences, file patents and participate in different competitions (e.g. Hackathon) which leads to a rich learning experience.
3. Is ECE faculty at SRM University one of the best in the country?
Our faculties obtained PhD from premier institutes, like IITs and/or internationally recognized institutes, and are having diverse research & industrial experiences.
Visit – https://srmap.edu.in/seas/electronics-and-communication-engineering/faculty/
4. What unique infrastructure does the ECE department at SRM AP have?
Industry standard laboratories (hardware & software) will help students for lab based hybrid learning. In addition to this, faculty’s research grants projects (worth Rs 2 crores) which allows students to take part in cutting-edge projects based learning.
5. What is the Semester Abroad Program (SAP) at SRMAP?
SAP aimed for SRM AP students to let them spend one full semester in one of our collaborating universities (University of California, University of Wisconsin, Flinders University, IIT Chicago, Efrei Paris, National Tsing Hua University, University of Skovde, North Eastern University, Asia University). So far, 31 students have benefited through SAP.
6. Does the ECE department have specialised clubs for experiential learning?
Yes, ECE department have established clubs to technically strengthen the students’ knowledge: ⮚ Antenna/Microwave component designing [To bridge the gap between RF, Microwave Industry & conceptual theoretical classroom learning].
⮚ Linux [To ease out learning complex coding in Advance OS and Computer Networks]
⮚ Antenna/Microwave component designing [To bridge the gap between RF, Microwave Industry & conceptual theoretical classroom learning].