All ECE Events

  • Done with B.Tech? Explore the endless opportunities through M.Tech June 24, 2021

    SRM University-AP moulds career-ready engineers equipped with latest specialisations. To introduce CSE (AI &ML), ECE (IoT), ME (Materials and Manufacturing courses to M.Tech aspirants, a webinar on the theme “Done with B.Tech? Explore the endless opportunities through M.Tech” will be held on July 22, 2021 ar 4.00 pm. Prof Radha Guha, Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE); Dr Ramesh Vaddi, Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE); and Dr Prakash Jadhav, Associate Professor and Head in the Department of Mechanical Engineering(ME) will engage the session with their expertise in their respective fields.

    SRM University-AP offers M.Tech Computer Science and Engineering with specialisation in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The Internet of Things (IoT) specialisation offered by the ECE department represents the recent advancements in Electronic systems, Networking and Communication technologies, Bigdata and Machine Learning to make the life of humans better and easier with time. Materials and Manufacturing specialisation offered by the Mechanical Engineering department provide an in-depth understanding of manufacturing processes such as forming, joining, casting machining, additive manufacturing, smart manufacturing, AI for manufacturing etc.

    The curricula of M.Tech programmes at SRM University-AP are designed keeping in view the career scope and job opportunities. The students after completing the M.Tech Programme can choose industries to work or choose high-quality technical institutes of international repute to pursue a PhD. To know more about the M.Tech programmes and their specialisations at SRM University-AP, join this engaging webinar on July 22, 2021, at 4.00 pm.


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  • Does ECE Branch Provides more opportunities than CSE? June 22, 2021

    Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) is an all-rounder branch of engineering that does not limit only to IT jobs but provides career opportunities in both government and private sectors (Core and Non-core). SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh invites ECE aspirants to join a live webinar on “Does ECE Branch Provides more opportunities than CSE” followed by a panel discussion on “Job Opportunities with ECE” on June 26, 2021, at 6.00 pm. The main speaker of the webinar Dr Divya Chaturvedi and the moderator of the panel discussion Dr Anirban Ghosh, assistant professors from the Department of ECE, will clarify the doubts and incertitudes of students regarding the course during the session.

    ECE branch offers combined courses in both hardware and software fields leading to more job opportunities in the private as well as government sector. In addition, the Technology Business Incubator established in our university support the students to launch their own start-up ventures. After clearing technical exams conducted by UPSC [IAS/IES] and PSUs [defence, railway, intelligence agency] ECE graduates can secure higher rank jobs in the government sector. ECE is one of the four branches [Civil/EEE/MECH/ECE] eligible to write the IES exam.

    To know more about the matchless job opportunities that the ECE course at SRM University-AP can help you grab, join this interactive live panel discussion on June 26, 2021, at 6.00 pm.

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  • Why Join ECE or EEE at SRM University AP June 13, 2021

    On June 14, 2021, at 4 pm the Department of ECE and EEE is hosting a webinar with the title “Why Join ECE or EEE Engineering at SRM, AP?” Experts discuss the perks associated with the BTech program, as well as the future opportunities at university. The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering offers an Undergraduate program of B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering with specializations of VLSI designs & Embedded Systems, Advanced Communication Systems, Image/Signal Processing using AI, whereas, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering provides a B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with an opportunity to participate in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), Summer Internships, Specialized courses through the Study Abroad program, Senior Thesis Project, and Industry CO-OP through the semester.

    The leading branches with high-end career prospects are ECE and EEE Engineering. The departments established at SRM University, AP have well equipped labs and have ample resources for completing operations related to the subject matter. It works closely with the industry and prestigious foreign institutes. The faculty members of the departments are versatile in many diverse fields. They have good research potential and are committed teachers. The curriculum encourages students to work in research groups to undertake research projects, and outstanding students are often rewarded with seed money, patent support, research travel allowances, and benefits to complete the research. Students are sent to foreign universities under the Student Abroad program, where they spend a semester and come back with a rich experience. The program continually focuses on creating model students who can succeed in their chosen career path, contribute to their professional sector, and serve as role models for their community. Students will have a variety of job roles to play in the market/real world as electronic engineers and electrical engineers. Bidding adieu to the maiden B. Tech Batch, SRM University, AP is immensely proud to announce the successful placement of students with a total of 95 percent of students placed. Among the top placements, one student received a 29.5LPA package, and 71% of students received job offers in the dream and super dream categories. Apart from securing jobs in the government sector, they are employed by top manufacturing companies, Multinational Corporations (MNCs), and research-based or industrial corporations.


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  • IIRS-ISRO offers “Online Certificate Course on Space Technology and Applications” May 20, 2021

    Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS) -Indian Space Research Organization(ISRO) is offering a five-day “Online Certificate Course on Space Technology and Applications” from May 31 to June 04, 2021. The course will be highly beneficial for the school teachers, who teach science, mathematics and geography. The Registration process is going on for the course. With a limited number of available seats, participants are encouraged to secure their enrolment as early as possible. The course intends to create awareness and capacity building of school teachers on the use of space technology and its application.

    IIRS outreach programme is an innovative distance learning initiative for training the students and professionals from academic Institutions and user departments in the field of geospatial technology & Earth Observation (EO) by utilising state-of-art Information and communication technologies. SRM University AP-Andhra Pradesh has collaborated with the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS) -Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) ‘s outreach programmes. As part of the association, SRM University-AP being the nodal centre for such programmes, the people of SRM University-AP have the excellent opportunity to register for courses as well as live and interactive programmes being organised by IIRS. In addition, E-learning courses for a short span of 3-4 Month duration will be accessible by the students.

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  • Dr Ramana Vinjamuri to expose the fascinating tale of “Synergy Based Human Machine Interfaces” May 5, 2021

    In collaboration with IEEE-SRM Student Branch, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh, is organising a highly called for discussion on “Synergy Based Human Machine Interfaces”. The event has been scheduled for May 8, 2021, at 10:30 am. Dr Ramana Kumar Vinjamuri, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and Director of Sensorimotor Control Laboratory (Vinjamuri Lab), University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, USA, will honour us with his presence as the keynote speaker.

    Human-machine interface (HMI) has not only become a popular technology but has become the hope of many individuals for restoring their lost limb function. Any HMI has two important intrinsic design components—(i) decode the human commands and (ii) controlling the machine to convert that command into action. Decades of research went into making the interface between the human and the machine seamless but was unable to effectively address the inherent challenges, namely, complexity, adaptability and variability.

    To overcome the above challenges, it is critical to computationally understand and quantitatively characterise human sensorimotor control. Emerging areas in HMIs critically depend on the ability to build bioinspired models, experimentally validate them and utilise them in adaptive and intuitive control. The human hand with high dimensionality encompasses the three inherent challenges and may serve as an ideal validation paradigm. How central nervous system (CNS) controls this high dimensional human hand effortlessly is still an unsolved mystery.

    To address this high dimensional control problem, many bioinspired motor control models have been proposed, one of which is based on synergies. According to this model, instead of controlling individual motor units, CNS simplifies the control using coordinated control of groups of motor units called synergies. However, there are several unanswered questions today— Where are synergies present in CNS? What is their role in motor control and motor learning? By combining the concepts of human motor control, computational neuroscience, machine learning and validation with noninvasive human experiments, can we answer these fundamental questions? The goal of this research is to develop efficient, seamless and near-natural human-machine interfaces based on biomimetically inspired models.

    Dr Ramana Vinjamuri received his PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2008, specialised in dimensionality reduction in control and coordination of human hand from the University of Pittsburgh. He worked as a postdoctoral research associate (2008-2012) in the field of Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMI) to control prosthesis in the School of Medicine, the University of Pittsburgh, where he received Mary E Switzer Merit Fellowship from NIDILRR in 2010. Prior to that, he worked as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University (2012-2013) in the area of neuroprosthetics. He also served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology (2013-2020). In 2018, he received Harvey N Davis Distinguished Teaching Award for excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching. He earned the NSF CAREER Award in 2019 and NSF IUCRC Center Planning grant in 2020. His other notable research awards are from USISTEF and New Jersey Health Foundation. He holds a secondary appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, India. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.


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Workshop on "AI for Healthcare"

Workshop on "5G: Looking into the future"

Workshop Series - I on "Technical Writing with LaTeX"

Workshop Series - II on "Technical Writing With LaTeX"

Workshop Series - III on IoT Hands-on with MATLAB & ThingSpeak