Research Sites/ Labs

Hardware Security Lab

Group Leader's name : Dr. Ramesh Vaddi.

The Research Group explores various hardware security threats such as and countermeasures for applications such as IoT smart Grids, wearable devices from a Circuit and system perspective. The group has been actively involved in the FPGA/ASIC design and implementation of PUF and TRNG based circuits and architectures. The group looks at energy efficient and area efficient counter measures and ultra light weight AES designs for IoT applications .

Battery Research Group

Group Leader's name: Dr. Sujith Kalluri.

Group members: Ms. Kamala Kumari Duru (Ph.D. scholar), Mr. Chanakya Karra (JRF)

Battery Research Group focuses towards the electronic materials aspect and the simulation/modelling aspects of the rechargeable lithium-ion and beyond-Lithium-ion battery technologies for various customer-demand battery applications such as fast charging, long drive-range per single charge, flexible electronics etc. The group expertise also includes Device fabrication of Lithium-ion and Sodium-ion batteries (pouch-type and stack-type full-cell assembly), Establishing design prototypes of the Lithium-ion batteries for next-generation high-voltage and varied temperature applications, Electronic control of battery systems.

Wearable Electronic Systems (WES) Group

Faculty Members: Prof. Siva Sankar Yellampalli, Prof. Priya Ranjan, Dr. Ramesh Vaddi, Dr. Sujith Kalluri, Dr. Karthikeyan E, Dr. Pradyut Sanki, Dr. Divya Chaturvedi, Dr. Anuj Deshpande

This research group focuses on the design and development of Wearable Electronic Systems (WES) for applications such as IoT, smart wearable gadgets for fitness, Biomedical implants, etc. This includes theory, modeling, analysis, design, integration and testing of various important components such as power management circuits, energy harvesting circuits, flexible rechargeable battery systems, wireless charging devices, ultra low power and energy-efficient circuits, Post-CMOS device technologies, On-Chip memory design, Circuits and Architectures for VLSI DSP, ASIC/FPGA Implementations, Hardware security, AI based Edge computing nodes, wireless systems, Smart Antennas, resonance/polarized antenna systems, Photonics based Interconnects, etc.

AI-enabled Clinical MultiMedia Processing Group

Faculty Members: Prof. Priya Ranjan, Dr. Ramesh Vaddi, Dr. V. Udaya Sankar , Dr. Sunil Chinnadurai, Dr. Karthikeyan E, Dr. Pradyut Sanki, Dr. Anuj Deshpande, Dr. Anirban Ghosh, Dr. Om Jee Pandey

This group is deeply interested in biological/clinical computation and oncological multimedia processing. It has been helping biologists and pathologists by designing and implementing user interfaces friendly to their way of working and generating innovative results for the next generation of analysis for bio-professionals. We genuinely believe that a multi-way productive collaboration with biologists, public health professionals and clinical scientists with bioinformatics and bio-computational suite of tools will lead to the next knowledge revolution for humanity towards better health facilitation. This group has received many significant project awards from some of the most reputed agencies like ICMR, DBT, Delhi University etc.

Future Communication Systems Group

Faculty Members: Prof. Priya Ranjan, Dr. Sunil Chinnadurai, Dr. Karthikeyan E, Dr. Anirban Ghosh, Dr. V Sateeshkrishna Dhuli , Dr. V. Udaya Sankar , Dr. Om Jee Pandey.

Future communication systems (FCS) research group is actively involved in the theoretical and practical facets of communications systems and networks that will have a greater impact on the Information driven world in both the near and long term future. This research group spans the various aspects of communication & information theory, wireless communications, signal and image processing, wireless sensor networks, vehicular communications, Artificial Intelligence & machine learning, game theory & optimization, IoT. This group also focuses on applying the theoretical concepts to the practical applications in cellular communications, defence, satellite, consumer electronics, health care, remote sensing and the environment.

RF and Applied Photonics group

Faculty Members: Dr Sreenivasulu Tupakula, Dr Divya Chaturvedi

RF, Microwave Engineering, Applied photonics and integrated Optics are the fields where Electromagnetic wave propagation theory is extensively used inorder to explore its applications in the areas of Analog and Digital electronics, Optical Communication, EMI free sensing applications.