About the Department

Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is a constantly evolving discipline and one of the most sought core engineering fields. It comprises interdisciplinary courses in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, in addition to the subjects from both Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Department of EEE at SRM University-AP has been at the forefront of teaching and research since its inception in 2018. Currently, the Department offers one Undergraduate programme (BTech) and a Research programme (PhD) in the various specialised areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Department has a rich blend of young and highly experienced regular and distinguished visiting faculty, all holding PhD from reputed universities in India or abroad.


The Department faculty have sound knowledge in emerging research areas such as Adaptive & Robust Control Schemes for Power Electronic & Drives Applications, High Voltage Pulse Power System, Electrical Machines and Drives, Control of Electric Vehicle and Energy Management, Power System Optimization and Active Distribution Networks, Home Energy Management and Smart grid technologies. The Department has developed and also continuously upgraded the innovative and state-of-the-art teaching/research laboratories such as Advance Control Systems Laboratory by National Instruments (NI), USA, which provides the students with a modern and up-to-date industrial platform to design, interface, program, simulate and emulate with NI based LabVIEW software.

This helps in understanding the concepts of the courses in greater detail. Further, Electric Mobility (E-Mobility) based Integrated Electrical Machines and Drives Systems Laboratory by Rockwell Automation, USA, keeping the need for future graduating engineers of the 21st century is being made ready. The Department also has an advanced computational research laboratory, primarily dedicated and utilised for the design, analysis, computation, optimization, and automation in the research areas of power systems, control systems, power electronics and high voltage engineering.