RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CELL

RDC COMMITTEE

S.No Name of the Faculty Designation
1. Dr.B.L.RAJU Chairman, RDC
1. Dr.G.Sreenivasulu CSE (AI&ML), Dean, RDC
2. Dr.M.Sridevi Associate Dean, RDC, Member Civil
4. Dr.Mohammed Nizamuddin Professor, Coordinator CSE
5. Dr.S.ManiKuchibhatla Associate Professor, Coordinator EEE
6. Dr.B. Uma Maheswari Professor, Coordinator Mathematics
7. Dr.M.Ramesh Assistant Professor, Coordinator Physics
8. Dr.K.Srilatha Assistant Professor, Coordinator Chemistry
9. Dr.K.KondalaRao Associate Professor, Coordinator Management Science
10. Mr.P.Srikanth Associate Professor, Coordinator ECE
11. Ms. Mounika Assistant Professor, Coordinator Mechanical
12. Mr.Ketan Anand Assistant Professor, Coordinator , CSE(DS)
13. Mrs.M.Indrani Assistant Professor, Coordinator English

ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS:

S.NO NAME DESIGNATION UNIVERSITY
1. Dr. Deepak Garg Dean, International Relations & Corporate Outreach; HOD Computer Science & Engineering BENNETT UNIVERSITY
2. Dr. M. Thirumala Chary Rtd. Prof & HOD Chemistry JNTUH
3. Dr. CH.Shilpa Chakra Ex HOD ,Assoc.Prof Nanotechnology JNTUH
4. KV Mirji Rtd GM NFC
5. Dr. B.Sridhar Sr. Principal Scientist CSIR, IICT

 

OBJECTIVES :
The research policy provides a broad framework to guide research, consultancy and innovation. It also guides the faculty and students towards ethical practices while conducting research and consultancy in the Institute. The objectives of the policy are as follows:

  1. To accelerate world class research, consultancy, Innovation and intellectual property.
  2. To ensure Integrity, quality and ethics in research.
  3. To integrate teaching and research through translational and instructional research
  4. To promote the generation on intellectual capital.

The broad Research policy principles of ACE Engineering College are as given herein under:

    1. It will have respect for research participants;may be animal or human or the environment.
    2. Careful handling of public resources to conduct research will be insisted.
    3. The institute will appropriately acknowledge the work of authors and participants in the Research.
    4. Appropriate standard of record keeping and data storage are required in Research.
    5. Responsible communication of results of the research carried out will always be expected.

The ACE Engineering College will,

      1. Adhere to all legislation and guidelines of the statuary bodies in the conduct of Research.
      2. Establish clear policies and procedures based on ethical standards.
      3. Will encourage mutual cooperation between peers and respect for the freedom of expansion.
      4. The institute insists on integrity, safety and proper conduct by the Researchers.
      5. Collaborative research will be taken on the basis of guidelines consistent with the policy of the institute and that of the statuary bodies.
      6. All the publications and commercialization of the research findings will be based on the institute policy and the institute will deal with such cases of research misconduct using the guidelines of the institute framed from time to time.

CONTENTS

Topics 

  1. Introduction
  2. Research Policy

2.1       Preamble

2.2       Objectives & Principles

2.3       Promotion of Research

2.4       Identification of Thrust Areas

2.5       Research at UG

2.6       Research Centre

2.7       Sponsored Research Projects

2.8       Collaborative Research Projects

2.9       Collaborative International Research

2.10     Training for Research and Publications

2.11     Publication of Papers in Conferences and Journals

2.12     Intellectual Property

2.13     Incentives for Outstanding Research

2.14     Research Misconduct

2.15     Review of the Policy

2.16     Misconduct in Research

2.17     Review of Policy

  1. Code for Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research

3.1       Scope of this Code for Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research

3.2       Strive for Excellence with Research

3.3       Upholding beneficence and non-malfeasance during research

3.4       Respect for Intellectual Property

3.5       Honesty and Transparency in research

3.6       Integrity and Professional conduct of the researcher

3.7       Competence

3.8       Legality

3.9       Protection of Human Subjects

3.10     Managing conflicts of Interest

3.11      Ensuring safety and protection of the environment

3.12      Breaches in the responsible and ethical conduct of research

3.13      Rules for preventing plagiarism

Profile of the Institute:

ACE Engineering College was established by Yadala Satyanarayana Memorial Educational Society with the fundamental objective of nurturing the group of nascent talent of young minds aspiring to make career in engineering into a pool of valuable and employable engineers. In addition, they understand their responsibility to willfully render services to the society with dignity and accountability.

ACE Engineering College was established in 2007 in a sprawling campus spreading over 10 acres of land. Situated in serene locales on the suburbs of Hyderabad on Hyderabad –Warangal National Highway, ACE provides an excellent ambience conducive for fruitful engagement of learners and faculty. Surrounding lush greenery filled plains and adjoining urban forest department land add to the tranquility that reminds one of ancient Indian gurukula. The college is well connected by road. It is just 20 Km from Uppal and about 28 Km from Secunderabad.

The College offers B.Tech Courses in CE,EEE,ME,CSE, CSE (AI&ML), CSE (DS), CSE (IoT),ECE&IT, out of which CE,EEE,ME,ECE and CSE Courses are NBA Accredited. The college has NAAC accreditation with ‘A’ grade. The college is conferred AUTONOMOUS status for a period of ten years with effect from AY 2020-21.

Prof. Y.V. Gopala Krishna Murthy, an Educationist, Engineer, Motivator, and the founder of ACE Engineering Academy is at the helm of academic affairs in the college. The Academy, a premier coaching center for GATE, IES and Public Service selections conducted by several state governments for recruitment of engineering graduates is the most sought after coaching center and has been consistently contributing toppers to all the premier technological institutions in India viz., IITs, IISc, NITs and other universities. The Academy, in the last two decades of its committed services in the training and coaching sectors for engineering graduates across the country has produced toppers in Engineering Services, as also state service Commissions recruitments.

2.1 Preamble

Research and innovation is the essence of excellence of any educational institution. The accomplishments of an educational institution lie in academics, placements, quality of research publications, ongoing research projects, number of patents, innovative product developed and number of incubations. Thus the success of an institute in attaining its objectives greatly depends on the orientation of the faculty towards research and incubation initiatives taken by the institute. Therefore, the present research policy-2021 of ACE Engineering College aims at achieving excellence in research and contributing to the society at large.

2.2 Objectives & Principles

The research policy provides a broad framework to guide research, consultancy and innovation. It also guides the faculty and students towards ethical practices while conducting research and consultancy in the Institute. The objectives of the policy are as follows:

  1. To accelerate world class research, consultancy, Innovation and intellectual property.
  2. To ensure Integrity, quality and ethics in research.
  3. To integrate teaching and research through translational and instructional research
  4. To promote the generation on intellectual capital.

The broad Research policy principles of ACE Engineering College are as given herein under:

    1. It will have respect for research participants;may be animal or human or the environment.
    2. Careful handling of public resources to conduct research will be insisted.
    3. The institute will appropriately acknowledge the work of authors and participants in the Research.
    4. Appropriate standard of record keeping and data storage are required in Research.
    5. Responsible communication of results of the research carried out will always be expected.

The ACE Engineering College will,

      1. Adhere to all legislation and guidelines of the statuary bodies in the conduct of Research.
      2. Establish clear policies and procedures based on ethical standards.
      3. Will encourage mutual cooperation between peers and respect for the freedom of expansion.
      4. The institute insists on integrity, safety and proper conduct by the Researchers.
      5. Collaborative research will be taken on the basis of guidelines consistent with the policy of the institute and that of the statuary bodies.
      6. All the publications and commercialization of the research findings will be based on the institute policy and the institute will deal with such cases of research misconduct using the guidelines of the institute framed from time to time.

2.3 Promotion of Research

      • The Institute provides all the necessary infrastructural facilities and conducive environment to promote research, consultancy, innovation and intellectual capital.
      • Due to limited resources the institute may not be able to fund all the research activities taken up by the faculty and students.
      • It is the responsibility of the faculty to apply for various funding agencies and pursue their research. However, the institute is ready to provide seed funding or partial funding based on the merit of proposals submitted by the faculty and student.
      • The faculty and students are encouraged to present their ideas/project proposals before the committee of the society for getting the sanction of seed funding in accordance with institute guidelines.
      • The faculty and students are given freedom to choose the research area of their choice and guidance is given to seek funding from various funding agencies and industries.

The institute encourages the faculty by providing incentives for peer reviewed publications consultancy works, writing books and filing patents.  The institute takes care of complete patent filing process, which is governed by IP Policy of the institute.

The Institute gives a freehand to report research results and findings. However, a thorough review is done for all research proposals seeking funding from various funding agencies by constituting a project review committee comprising the Dean R&D, and subject experts of the respective department to get a constructive criticism of peers. The research committee also sees that the impact of research and consultancy does not violate research & consultancy ethics, professional ethics, privacy of the people human rights, causing problems to health & safety of human beings and damage of property.

2.4. Identification of Thrust Areas

      • The institute shall finalize the thrust areas in research in consultation with Research Advisory Board, Dean R&D and HODs shall be planned and approve research areas.
      • The list of Research Thrust areas will be modified each year depending on the resources, facilities available in the Institute. Although the researchers have the freedom to choose their own topics of research, it is highly desirable to make research socially relevant.
      • The institute expects from all the Departments to prepare list of research topics and focus on these in their efforts.
      • Under each department, there is a list of project ideas or research topics, which can be called a Project Compendium of thrust areas.
      • It shall be utilized for the following research activities and topics shall be chosen from thus bank:
      • The project compendium can be made available to the research scholars / students who may refer to it for their B. Tech/Doctoral research projects.
      • Similarly, the faculty shall also avail the project compendium for identifying the subject for their minor research projects and even for major research projects.

The project compendium shall also be utilized for industry sponsored projects or for collaboration with other institutions.

2.5. Research at UG Level

      • Teaching and Research are equally important in an Institute.
      • At the time of establishment of the institute, the idea was to promote creativity among the undergraduate students.
      • Therefore, the necessity to include some research component in the curricula was evident, especially in the final or pre-final year of the bachelor’s program.
      • In the third year second semester and final year, UG students shall choose a few projects from the project compendium (research projects listed by respective department faculty) as part of their mini project and major project respectively.
      • The UG students are encouraged to take up a specific task in the research projects funded by various funding agencies under the guidance of faculty investigators.
      • The institute disburses the internship amounts to UG students if there is a provision in the corresponding projects.

The students who are participating in such funded projects should undertake the task of technology transfer to undergraduate students for further continuation of the research projects.

2.6. Research Centre

      • Various departments of ACE Engineering College are in the process of recognizing as Research Centers by JNTUH.
      • Through this research center it is proposed to have PhD scholars’ admission into the institute through JNTUH PhD scholars’ admission process.
      • The institute shall further boost doctoral research and earmark appropriate budget for scholarship and research facilities.
      • It shall also recognize the worthy R&D organizations for doctoral research and build bridgeswith them.
      • The institute encourages and guides faculty and PhD research scholars to obtain funding from external agencies for attending International Conferences.
      • It also encourages and supports its PhD scholars in publishing high quality research papers and patent of their research work.

2.7. Seed Funding for Faculty-Minor Research Projects

From the very beginning, the institute has encouraged young faculty to conduct research. Thus, it has developed a scheme for providing financial assistance to Minor Research Projects.

      1. Student projects supported under this category are normally projects of one semester duration and depending upon the situation can be extended upto one year. Each can have a financial support in the range of Rs.5000/- to 25000/-
      2. The faculty may utilize the facilities & infrastructure available and human resources from faculty or students.

2.8. Seed Funding for Faculty-Research Projects

The institute shall provide funding on its own to certain important Major Research Projects with the prior approval from the management. The following are the rules and regulations for sanctioning the Major Research Projects from the Institute.

      1. A major project is sanctioned to a faculty member, or a team of faculty members of the Institute based on merit of the project.
      2. Periodical progress report, normally once in three months must be submitted for review.
      3. All the equipment purchased, fabricated prototypes shall be the property of the Institute.
      4. Wherever possible, student projects must be generated from faculty research projects and given to students.

2.9 Sponsored Research Projects

      • The Research &Development Cell (RDC) has identified a list of funding agencies and schemes.
      • The Faculty can submit Major Research Project proposals to these agencies.
      • These proposals will be scrutinized by the RDC before submitting the same to a funding agency.
      • The system to be adopted for conducting the research will be discussed and the approval from the Chairman-RDC and the organization will be obtained before such effort is undertaken.
      • RDC aims that, Every department has atleast one sponsored research project from the Govt./Private / R&D Institutions.
      • Complete funding to conduct the sponsored research projects must be obtained from the organization, for which the project is conducted.
      • The Institute will provide all kinds of infrastructure facilities required for conducting a faculty research project.
      • The funding must cover all aspects which include equipment, testing facilities, specialized manpower resources etc.
      • The Institute has formed a Project Review Committee comprising of: Dean (RDC), Associate Dean (RDC), members (RDC) and Head of all the Departments.
      • Through this committee, the RDC shall monitor the progress of the Major Research Projects funded by an external agency, maintain its accounts and submit the utilization certificate in time to the funding agency as per the requirement of the funding agency.
      • All the sponsored projects must lead to publications and patents.
      • Every department should have a Tie-up with the industry to work on a Research Project, which should lead to publications and patents of collaborative nature.
      • Students can be involved in the sponsored research projects and can be paid Research assistant allowance out of the funding for the sponsored research projects.

 

2.10  Collaborative Research Projects

      • The Institute-Industry Interaction is the demand of the day.
      • If we want to contribute to the society at large, they need to work closely with industries and different organizations.
      • Industries and business organizations are facing different kinds of problems and many of them appreciate help from academic institutions to find the solutions to their problems.
      • In view of this, ACE Engineering College has come up with certain strategies:

 

i) Industry sponsored research project

      • An organization can sponsor a project and the experts of ACE Engineering College concerned can conduct research on this project for which the financial support will come from the organization.
      • As a result, if any patent is registered, then there shall be a sharing of income generated from patenting, among the industry, researcher and the Institute.
      • The benefits derived from this are as follows:
      1. The researcher will get an exposure to the concerned area of research.
      2. The industry will get solutions to their problem.
      3. The researcher, institution and industry can earn revenue and at the end, the society will be ultimately benefited.

ii) Interdisciplinary Research

      • Interdisciplinary Research is the need of the hour.
      • No department, institution, researcher or scholar can address a research problem in which more than one discipline is involved.
      • It is only when they interact with each other that Interdisciplinary Research is possible and yields better result.
      • Therefore, ACE Engineering College has decided to conduct Interdisciplinary Research activities for which the following actions will be taken:
      1. Identify the Interdisciplinary area
      2. Identify the different experts from concerned disciplines who can work together.
      3. Study the requirement of the infrastructure to conduct the concerned Interdisciplinary Research.
      4. Explore possibilities to find resources for such Interdisciplinary Research.

iii) Inter-Institutional Research

      • Inter-Institutional collaboration is the need of the hour.
      • The funding agencies are also giving a high priority for Inter-Institutional Research proposals.
      • The faculty are encouraged to prepare the proposals in collaboration with well-established research institutes such as IIT’s, IIIT’s, NITs, Central Universities, Research Institutes like CCMB, IICT and other academic institutions having research interest.

The faculty should be a Principal Investigator / Co-Principal Investigator, if the major contribution is from the Institute 

2.11 Collaborative International Research 

      • Collaborative International Research is essential to facilitate mutual learning and expertise sharing.
      • ACE Engineering College plans to have the MOUs with prominent research institutions abroad for conducting research jointly in the areas of common interest.
      • For this purpose, a Task Force shall be constituted that will constantly explore the possibilities of having such collaborative or joint research in terms of thrust areas, decide the method / plan of action of conducting such research and attend the other relevant aspects.

2.12 Training for Research and Publications 

      • Generally, the faculty is interested in conducting research, but because of lack of expertise in writing research proposal or having insufficient research skills, they are unable to channelize their efforts effectively.
      • Due to this reason, in many cases, a research proposal is rejected by a funding agency.
      • In the case of many faculty, lack of knowledge about the method of writing paper or the format in which it should be submitted, becomes an impediment for paper publication.
      • Therefore, the Institute shall organize rigorous training programs for developing such skill in the faculty and promote research in the identified areas.

2.13 Publication of Papers in Journals and Conferences

      • Publication of Papers is critical for the effectiveness of the Institute.
      • The faculty must publish in quality / Peer reviewed journals.
      • Therefore, the Institute plans to encourage the publication of papers by the faculty with a targeted aim.
      • A faculty member will be expected to publish a certain number of research papers in refereed journals at National & International Levels.
      • These journals shall be identified by respective departments.
      • Research papers which can be published in identified / Peer reviewed journals and also which can be presented at National & International Conferences shall be scrutinized and guided by a committee of senior professors.
      • ACE Engineering College encourages faculty to publish in quality journals and organize research conference from time to time to boost research activities in the institute and to the contribution towards the existing body of knowledge.
      • The authors should use the Institute affiliation as follows:
      1. ACE Engineering College, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, 501 301.Telangana, India

2.14 Intellectual Property

      • The Institute would like to strengthen research, leading to filing patents for which the guidelines are already available.
      • In case of any innovation, the Institute shall encourage the researcher / scholar to patent it.
      • However, when a scholar files for a patent, a thorough scrutiny will be carried out for which a mechanism is evolved at three levels, namely:
        1. Department at the RDC level.
        2. Experts at the committee level
        3. A patent attorney associated to the concerned field at the Institute level.
      • The Institute also bears all expenditure for filing application for patent.
      • If the patent is commercialized, the sharing of earning is to be done between the researcher and the Institute as per the guidelines mentioned in IP Policy of the Institute.
      • The host Institute shall create awareness about intellectual property rights among the faculty, researchers / scholars and students from time to time.
      • The authors should use the Institute affiliation as follows:
      • ACE Engineering College, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, 501 301.Telangana, India

2.15  Incentives for Outstanding Research

      • The Institute would like to encourage quality research in different thrust areas.
      • For this purpose, outstanding research contributions done by faculty, researcher / research scholar and students shall be recognized.
      • Therefore, the Institute has prepared a scheme for providing incentive to researchers and scholars.
      • The faculty members who are pursuing Ph. D are given research allowance every month ranging from Rs.5,000/- to Rs.10,000/- based on the type of university, where they are undergoing their research.
      • The incentives are identified as under:
      1. Incentive in terms of money
      2. Incentive in terms of awards / prizes
      3. Incentive in terms of more funding for the ongoing research projects
      4. Incentive in terms of giving an appreciation certificate or giving more weightage for the career advancement scheme etc.

The following are the incentives for the Faculty:

I. Outstanding Performance

S.No Activity Remuneration / Reward
 

1

In any Technical area leading to patentable work or high impact publications in most reputed National  &International Journals approved by RDC Rs. 50,000/- lumpsum + 30% revenues from patent, if any

II. Publications

S.No Activity Remuneration / Reward
1 Publication of papers in National Journals indexed by Web of Science, Scopus and UGC , SCI. For first author Rs. 3000/- and for second author Rs.2000/- per paper.
2 Publication of papers in International Journals indexed by Web of Science, Scopus and UGC, SCI. For first author Rs. 8000/- and for second author Rs.4000/- per paper.
3 Publication of books, chapters related to Engineering and Technology  

Rs. 20,000/- lumpsum

4  

Open access Journals

For first author Rs. 10,000/- and Rs.8,000 for second author per paper.

III. Other incentives

S.No Activity Remuneration / Reward
1. National Award from any Govt. Agency Rs. 10,000/- lumpsum
2. International Award from any reputed organization and pre-approved by the Management Rs. 20,000/- lumpsum
3. Best Researcher Award (Every year) based on number of research projects, citations, number of consultancy projects and number of IPRs Rs. 10,000/- lumpsum
4. Incentive for Faculty Incubate in

ACE – HUB

Rs. 10,000/- lumpsum
5. Faculty who got gold certificate from NPTEL related to Engineering and Technology and Humanities and sciences

NOTE:

1.   Each faculty member can get incentive for maximum of 4 certifications in 2 years of duration and only one certification per academic year thereon.

2.   All the faculty members need to get certified at least in one subject by May, 2022.

 

 

 

Elite + Gold – Rs. .5,000/-

Elite + Silver – Rs. .4,000/-

Elite – Rs. .3,000/-

 

   

 2.16   Misconduct in Research

  • The Institute views misconduct in research as upsetting the very principles of research.
  • Misconduct in research can manifest in plagiarism, fabrication or falsification in proposing, performing or reviewing research or in reporting research results.
  • An honest error or difference of opinion or authorship dispute that does not involve plagiarism is not deemed as misconduct.
  • The distress caused by misconduct in research damages the integrity of the profession and loss of reliability of the researcher.
  • Also, misconduct of research is against the values of the Institute.
  • The Institute shall not tolerate any contentions of misconduct and shall entrust the matter to investigation and inquiry for all parties involved.

 2.17 Review of Policy

  • The Review of Policy will happen once in two years.

3. Code for Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research

ACE Engineering College, Hyderabad was established in 2007 with the primary objective of providing competent and employable Engineering graduates to suit the industry needs. We offer B. Tech courses in CSE, ECE, CE, EEE, ME, and IT branches. In current academic year (2020-21) we have added three new courses in emerging technologies of CSE domain viz., AI & ML, Data sciences and IoT. The institute has enviable infrastructural and instructional facilities.

All the eligible branches in which we offer courses are NBA Accredited. Further College has secured NAAC-A Grade for qualitative & Outcome based educational practices. Also, we are delighted to share with you that ACE is conferred Autonomous status for a period of ten years, from the Academic year 2020-21.

3.1 Scope of this Code for Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research

This code shall be applicable to all research activities including Projects and Dissertations carried out at ACE Engineering College (Autonomous College). This Code is also applicable to all collaborative research and industrial research services conducted by the College. The Code shall be binding on all members of the Faculty, Staff, Research Students, Research Fellows and Alumni who are involved in research activities and Project / Dissertation at the College. All collaborators in research Code for Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research Projects, all industrial research services and all research consultancies provided by this College / its faculty shall be implemented adhering to the guidelines of this Code.

3.2 Strive for Excellence with Research

All the respective Departments and researchers at the college shall strive to enhance the reputation of the college and themselves through research work that shall match or surpasses the world standards of quality in their fields and disciplines. Research at the college shall be at the forefront of innovation and shall contribute significantly to nation-building, national progress, socio-economic development and societal upliftment.

The Institute gives high regard for keeping up promises and agreements, sincerity and consistency of thought and action

3.3 Upholding beneficence and non-malfeasance during research

Research at the college will be dedicated to the generation and propagation of new knowledge that will raise the quality of life and help to build a just, peaceful, stable and progressive India. The departments and its researchers will ensure that no harm is done to the community that they serve and work with. They will be on alert against the misuse of their work in any context. They will uphold the dignity, protect the rights, guarantee the safety and preserve the wellbeing of all involved in or affected by the conduct of research.

3.4 Respect for Intellectual Property

Another most important thing is to honor patents, copyrights, and other forms of intellectual property. One must not use unpublished data, methods, or results without permission. Credit needs to be given where credit is due. Research contributions must be given proper acknowledgement/credit and plagiarize must be avoided at any cost.

3.5 Honesty and Transparency in research

The conduct of research at the College is founded on strong commitment to honesty and transparency. The College, its Departments and researchers shall ensure that all their actions and activities are free from deceit and fraud, and shall inspire trust and confidence.

3.6 Integrity and Professional conduct of the researcher

The departments and researchers shall demonstrate a fundamental soundness of moral character. They shall strive to preserve the good reputation of the College and the high esteem of the public by honoring all obligations, agreements and commitments.

3.7 Competence

It is desirable to improve professional competence and expertise through lifelong education and learning. One must take steps to promote competence in engineering or science as a whole.

3.8 Legality

A researcher must know and obey government policies, relevant laws and institutional rules and regulations.

3.9 Protection of human subjects

It is advisable to minimize harm and risks to human subjects and take special precautions with vulnerable populations when conducting research. We need to respect human dignity, privacy, and autonomy. It is desirable to maximize the benefits from research and distribute the benefits and burdens of research fairly.

3.10 Managing conflicts of Interest

Guided by the principles of honesty, integrity, professionalism, and accountability, the conduct of research at ACE Engineering College shall proceed in an atmosphere of trust. Situations in which trust between participants in the research process is, could be, or perceived to be compromised due to personal, financial, professional, and/or institutional considerations; such situations shall be forthrightly disclosed and resolved in a transparent and fair manner.

3.11 Ensuring safety and protection of the environment

Researchers shall be responsible in not only taking care of their own safety but also that of their fellow workers, research subjects, participants, the community at large and the environment during the conduct of their research. They shall take extra measures to ensure safe handling and the proper disposal or storage of hazardous and bio hazardous items, microorganisms, genetic materials, biological samples etc. The researchers shall take care to avoid over collection or unnecessary collection of wildlife specimens and shall avert the introduction of non-native species in their research locale. All guidelines of safeguarding Biodiversity and ensuring environmental safety, as issued by the competent authorities, shall be adhered to.

3.12 Breaches in the responsible and ethical conduct of research

All faculty and staff members of the college are duty-bound to formally report misconduct in research to the heads of the appropriate and/or pertinent units. Allegations made against a College staff member or employee shall be handled in accordance with college regulations.

Complaints that a researcher has not acted responsibly in the conduct of research shall be made in the following steps:

      1. The complainant submits a written complaint to the appropriate and/or pertinent unit head.
      2. The Department head conducts a discreet investigation of the particulars of the complaint. The Department head and/or the Department’s ethics committee set a formal inquiry.
      3. The Department head and/or the department’s ethics committee impose a sanction or a penalty after thorough investigation and deliberation.
      4. The Department head and/or the Department’s ethics committee recommend action to remedy the situation.
      5. The Department head advises the Principal and the Principal makes appropriate public statements related to the case. In some cases, such as when the complaint cannot be sustained or when the researcher concerned concedes, the response may not require all of the above steps.

If the complaint cannot be settled to everyone’s satisfaction at this level, the formal complaint or allegation may be elevated to a higher level mutually agreed upon by the parties concerned. At this higher level, the authority concerned may consult the College Committee on Ethics and Intellectual Property on the appropriate or necessary process for determining whether a prima facie case exists.

The term breach shall apply to less serious deviations from this Code that are appropriately remedied within the college. The term research misconduct is used for more serious, deliberate deviations. For the purposes of this Code, misconduct in research includes any deviation of this Code that includes, but is not limited to: fabrication of results; falsification or misrepresentation of results; plagiarism; misleading ascription of authorship; unauthorized use of another person’s research data, materials, or writing; unjustified destruction of research materials; deception/misrepresentation in relation to research proposals; financial fraud; misuse of research funds; failure to declare and/or manage serious conflicts of interest; falsification or misrepresentation to obtain funding; risking the safety, security, and/or well-being of research participants, whether human or non-human, and/or the environment; deviations from this Code that occur through gross or persistent negligence; and/or willful concealment or facilitation of research misconduct by others.

3.13 Rules for preventing plagiarism

All projects/seminar reports, dissertations/thesis, research papers, case studies, and any such documents need to be checked with the standard plagiarism software tool. In case of project/seminar reports, dissertations/thesis, the concerned student needs to submit a plagiarism report generated by a software tool to the department, with the signature of the concerned guide/supervisor. The students submitting any kind of research work in the form of reports/thesis must provide a “Certificate of originality of work” with signature of the concerned supervisor/guide. In order to avoid copying in course assignments, the faculty members are required to design assignments that encourage the students to analyze and evaluate rather than asking them to collect, describe or present information, data, etc. A training program on the use of plagiarism detection software tool should be organized for students, faculty, staff, and research fellows.

NOTE:  Chairman-RDC has every right to take decision on any activity regarding research and development.

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Topics                                                                                                           

  1. Intellectual Property Ownership
    1. ACE Engineering College Ownership
    2. Inventor/Author Ownership
  1. Third-Party Ownership

Profile of the Institute:

ACE Engineering College was established by Yadala Satyanarayana Memorial Educational Society with the fundamental objective of nurturing the group of nascent talent of young minds aspiring to make career in engineering into a pool of valuable and employable engineers. In addition, they understand their responsibility to willfully render services to the society with dignity and accountability.

ACE Engineering College was established in 2007 in a sprawling campus spreading over 10 acres of land. Situated in serene locales on the suburbs of Hyderabad on Hyderabad –Warangal National Highway, ACE provides an excellent ambience conducive for fruitful engagement of learners and faculty. Surrounding lush greenery filled plains and adjoining urban forest department land add to the tranquility that reminds one of ancient Indian gurukula. The college is well connected by road. It is just 20 Km from Uppal and about 28 Km from Secunderabad.

The College offers B.Tech Courses in CE, EEE, ME, CSE, CSE(CSM), CSE(DS), CSE(IoT), ECE&IT, out of which CE, EEE, ME, ECE and CSE Courses are NBA Accredited. The college has NAAC accreditation with ‘A’ grade. The college is conferred AUTONOMOUS status for a period of ten years with effect from AY 2020-21.

Prof. Y.V. Gopala Krishna Murthy, an Educationist, Engineer, Motivator, and the founder of ACE Engineering Academy is at the helm of academic affairs in the college. The Academy, a premier coaching center for GATE, IES and Public Service selections conducted by several state governments for recruitment of engineering graduates is the most sought after coaching center and has been consistently contributing toppers to all the premier technological institutions in India viz., IITs, IISc, NITs and other universities. The Academy, in the last two decades of its committed services in the training and coaching sectors for engineering graduates across the country has produced toppers in Engineering Services, as also state service Commissions recruitments.

  1.  Intellectual Property Ownership
    1. ACE Engineering College Ownership
  • Intellectual property(IP) of any kind created by faculty, students, staff, project staff, researchers, visitors, and others, such as trainees from other institutes, participating in ACE Engineering College programs or using ACE Engineering College funds or facilities, are owned by ACE Engineering College when either of the following applies:
    1. The intellectual property was created with the major use of funds or facilities administered by ACE Engineering College.
    2. The intellectual property was created (i) as a part of the normal professional duty (ii) Work for hire
    3. The intellectual property was created in the course or pursuant to a sponsored/consultancy research agreement with ACE Engineering College. In such cv cases, specific provisions related to IP made in contracts governing such activity will determine the ownership of IP.
    4. The intellectual property was created as a part of academic research and training leading towards a degree or otherwise.
  1. All copyrights, including copyrighted software will be owned by ACE Engineering College when it is created as a part of any of the academic programs of ACE Engineering College or created pursuant to a written agreement with ACE Engineering College, providing for transfer of copyright or ownership to ACE Engineering College. More specifically:
    1. ACE Engineering College will be the owner of the copyright on all teaching materials created by ACE Engineering College and other academic institutes, external agencies, and industry under the continuing education of ACE Engineering College. However, the authors will have the right to use the material for their teaching and research activities.
    2. ACE Engineering College will not claim ownership of copyright on books and scientific articles authored by ACE Engineering College However, ACE Engineering College will have the copyright, if books and reports have been created using funds specifically provided for this purpose by ACE Engineering College only.
    1. Inventor/Author Ownership
      • Inventors/Authors will own intellectual property when
        1. None of the situation defined above for ACE Engineering College-ownership of intellectual property applies.
        2. It is created outside their assigned/normal area of research/teaching, for example, popular novels, poems, musical compositions, or other works of artistic imagination, without the use of significant institute resources.
          1. Students will own copyright on thesis/dissertation created as a part of their academic programmes. However, the student must grant to ACE Engineering College royalty-free permission to reproduce and distribute copies for teaching and research as well as for dissemination for teaching and research to other academic institutions.
          2. Ownership of software code, patentable subject matter and other intellectual property contained in the thesis/reports are subject to conditions specified under ACE Engineering College-ownership and Inventor/Author ownership.
  1. Third-Party Ownership
  • Ownership of intellectual property resulting from:
    1. Funds provided partially or fully by a third-party to ACE Engineering College will be governed by specific provisions in the contract between the third-party and ACE Engineering College.
    2. Exchange programs between ACE Engineering Collegeandotherinstitutionswillbegovernedbyspecificprovisionsinthecontract between the third-party and ACE Engineering College.
    3. In case no such specific contract exists, IPR will remain with ACE Engineering College.
      1. In cases of all IP produced at ACE Engineering College, ACE Engineering College shall retain a non-exclusive, free, irrevocable license to copy/use IP for teaching and research activities, consistent with confidentiality arguments wherever entered by ACE Engineering College.
      2. In cases where an IP is created by ACE Engineering College personnel, fully or as apart of the team, during deputation, official leave, or leave,the concerned ACE Engineering College personnel should officially communicate the IP to ACE Engineering College. If the IP involves ideas/software developed, fully or in part, using significant institute resources, then the IP will also be owned by ACE Engineering College fully or partially.

I. Disclosures, Confidentiality and Assignment of Rights

    1. For sponsored and/or collaborative work the provisions of the contract pertaining to disclosure of IP are applied.
    2. For all other IP produced at ACE Engineering College, the inventors will be required to disclose their IP to the IPEC(Intellectual Property Evaluation Committee) at the earliest date using an IPDF (Intellectual Property Disclosure Form).
    3. It will be mandatory for students to submit an IPDF, countersigned by their supervisor(s), at the time of filing their B.Tech report and M.Tech report.
    4. The inventor shall assign the rights of the disclosed IP to ACE Engineering College before leaving the institute and will agree to the terms and conditions for the sharing of any financial benefits received by the institute by commercialization of such IP.
    5. Having made the disclosure, the inventors, both ACE Engineering College and non- ACE Engineering College personnel, shall maintain confidentiality of the IP during the period it is pending with ACE Engineering College for the assessment of the possibility of commercialization and protection of IP, unless authorized in writing by ACE Engineering College.

II. Evaluation of Intellectual Property

  1. Evaluation of Intellectual Property will be done by the IPEC(Intellectual Property Evaluation Committee).Dean (RDC) will be the Chairman and the Head of the organization within ACE Engineering College responsible for commercialization, will be the member secretary. The principal will nominate at least three additional faculty members with expertise or familiarity/experience in areas related to the IP.
  2. Evaluation of IP means:
      1. Assigning ownership of IP.
      2. Determining whether an IP is innovative and fit for filing in India and foreign countries.
      3. Determining whether the IP has areas on able chance for commercialization.
  3. After evaluation of IP, if ACE Engineering College decides not to take the responsibility for the protection of the IP, then it will assign all the rights of the IP to the inventors.
  4. Even in such cases, as in (3),ACE Engineering College may take the responsibility of facilitating protection of the IP on case-by-case
  5. A decision on the annual renewal of IP rights will be taken by the IPEC. If ACE Engineering College decides not to renew the IP, fully or partially, then it will assign the rights of the IP, wherever relevant, to the “inventors.”

III. Contracts and Agreements

All agreements related to IP, including, but not limited to the following categories, undertaken by any ACE Engineering College personnel and students need to be approved by the institute:

  1. Allegiance, Affirmation and Confidentiality Agreement.
  2. Evaluation Agreement.
  3. License Agreement
  4. Technology Transfer(Commercialization)Agreement
  5. Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement
  6. Classified Information Non-Disclosure (specific) Agreement

The Dean (RDC), with specific approval of the General Secretary, will be the authorized signatory in all categories of agreements listed above.

IV. Commercialization

  1. ACE Engineering College shall market the IP and identify potential licensee(s) for the IP to which it (i) has ownership and (ii) for which rights have been assigned to it. Licensing may be made either directly to third parties or through incubation or through licensing agents.
    1. Technology licensing: Licensing the IP to 3rd parties for commercialization. This would be asper the current policy and revenues earned will be shared with the inventor(s) as detailed in next section.
    2. Incubation through ACE Engineering College Business Incubator (ACEBI):ACE Engineering College inventors and community interested to incubate the technologies developed have an opportunity through ACEBI. In this case ACEBI considerations are applicable for equity and/or revenue sharing of the respective companies for transfer/ licensing of / permission to use IP in favor of the incubate companies.
  2. For the IP where exclusive rights have not already been assigned to a third party, the creators may also contact potential licensee(s) on their initiative maintaining confidentiality and taking all necessary care to ensure that the value of the IP is not affected.
  3. If ACE Engineering College is not able to commercialize the IP in are as on able time, then the inventor(s) may approach ACE Engineering College for assignment of rights of the invention(s) to them.

V. Revenue Sharing

  1. The net earnings from the commercialization of IP owned by ACE Engineering College would be shared as follows:
Case Net Earnings Inventors share ACE Engineering College share

Department share

1 Lumpsum amount 65% 25% 10%
2 Annual Royalty 40% 40% 20%
  1. The creator(s) share would be declared annually, and disbursement will be made to the creator(s), their legal heir, whether or not the creators are associated with ACE Engineering College
  2. Co-creators of IP shall sign at the time of disclosure, a distribution of IP Earnings’ Agreement, which shall specify the percentage distribution of earnings from IP to each co-inventor. The inventors may at any time by mutual consent revise the Distribution of IP Earnings Agreement.

VI. Infringements, Damages, Liability, and Indemnity Insurance

  1. As a matter of policy, ACE Engineering College shall, in any contract between the licensee and ACE Engineering College, seek indemnity from any legal proceedings including without limitation manufacturing defects, production problems, design guarantee, upgradation and debugging obligation.
  2. ACE Engineering College shall also ensure that ACE Engineering College personnel have an indemnity clause built-in to the agreements with license(s) while transferring technology or copyrighted material to licensees.
  3. ACE Engineering College shall retain the right to engage or not in any litigation concerning patents and license infringements.

VII. Conflict of Interest

The inventor(s) are required to disclose any conflict of interest or potential conflict of interest. If the inventor(s) and/or their immediate family have a stake in a licensee or potential licensee company, then they are required to disclose the stake they and/or their immediate family have in the company. Under these circumstances, it must be ensured by the inventor(s) that their entrepreneurial activities do not have an adverse impact on inventor(s) teaching, research, and any other institutional responsibilities.

VIII. Dispute Resolution

In case of any disputes between ACE Engineering College and the inventors regarding the implementation of the IP policy, the aggrieved party may appeal to the Principal of ACE Engineering College.   Efforts shall be made to address the concerns of the aggrieved party. The Principal’s decision in this regard would be final and binding.

IX. Jurisdiction (Authority)

As a policy, all agreements to be signed by ACE Engineering College will have the jurisdiction of the courts in Hyderabad and shall be governed by appropriate laws in India.

Nomenclature

IP: Intellectual property

ACE Engineering College: ACE Engineering College, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad

IPEC: Intellectual Property Evaluation Committee

IPDF: Intellectual Property Disclosure Form

Glossary

  1. “Principal” means the Principal, ACE Engineering College, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad
  2. “Dean, (RDC)”means the Dean (RDC) of ACE Engineering College.
  3. “Author” means faculty, students, staff or visiting faculty who has/have written or created a creative work.
  4. “Confidential Information” is information not in the public domain and declared confidential by parties as such in a MOU/Agreement that has been signed by the parties.
  5. “Copyright” means the exclusive right granted by law for a certain period of time to an author to reproduce, print, publish and sell copies of his or her creative work. Copyright protection is available for most literary, musical, dramatic, and other types of creative work, including software, teaching materials, multimedia works, proposals, and research reports.
  6. “Creators” are persons who have produced any original work.
  7. “Intellectual Contribution” means original technical or artistic contributions.
  8. “Intellectual Property” includes but is not limited to copyrights and copyrightable materials, patented and patentable inventions, tangible research results, trademarks, service marks and trade secrets.
  9. Invention” includes but is not limited to any new and useful process, formula or machine conceived or first reduced to practice in whole or in part, defined within the purview of the Patent Act, Inventor(s) are person(s)who produce an invention.
  10. “Licensing” is the practice of renting the intellectual property to a third party.
  11. “Net Earnings” Earnings resulting from the licensing or commercialization of the IP reduced by the outstanding actual expenses incurred in obtaining and commercialization of the IP.
  12. “Patent” means the exclusive right granted by law form a king, using, or selling an invention.
  13. “Royalty” is the payment made to an inventor/author or an institution usually for legal use of a patented invention or any Intellectual Property when licensed.
  14. “Significant Use of ACE Engineering College Resources” is any usage of ACE Engineering College’s resources in the creation of the invention(s), in excess of the routine use of office facilities, computers, library resources and resources available to the general public.
  15. “Software” means anything executable in a computer.
  16. “Teaching material” means any material that aids the process of teaching.
  17. “Trademark/Service Mark” is a distinctive word, symbol or picture or a combination of these, which is used by a business entity to discriminate its products and services from those of other business entities.
  18. “Trade Secret:” Usually some information such as know-how of commercial or strategic value that is not disclosed to all and is used in a restricted manner.

ANNEXUREI

Intellectual Property Disclosure Form ACE Engineering College, HYDERABAD

Title of the invention:

Innovator(s) who have contributed or conceived an essential element of the invention, either independently or jointly with others during evolution of the technology concept or reduction to practice:

Name:                                                                                     Name:

 

Position:                                                                                  Position:

 

Department:                                                                           Department:

 

Phone:                                                                                     Phone:

 

e-mail:                                                                                     e-mail:

 

Brief description of the invention:

How does this invention relate to new processes, machines, compositions of matter, etc.? Please cover the following points:

  • Describe the invention so that the other faculty of the Institute who are knowledgeable in the field can evaluate the technical and commercial merits of the technology.
  • What are the advantages of the present invention over the comparable inventions?
  • Has the invention been tested experimentally?
  • Are experimental data available?
  • Has the invention been patented or protected under confidentiality agreement?

(Please use additional sheets to elaborate and to attach sketches, drawings, photographs and other materials that help illustrate the description).

Commercial potential:

What are the

  • Possible uses/application areas and/or products you feel may embody aspects of your technology and Possible end-users
  • ,(1) input required, (2) production capacity where applicable, (3) raw material requirement, (4) transfer form, (5) target companies and countries,(6) economic data, (7)potential long-term commercial interest.

(Please provide as much in formation as possible; attach extra sheets of required) Prior disclosure and possible intent:

Hastheinventionbeendisclosedtoindustryrepresentativesorthirdparties?Hasanycommercialinterestbeenshowninit and of what nature?  Name companies and specific individuals and their titles.

Development stage:

 Give you opinion on the current stage of development of the invention as it relates to its market ability (indicate appropriate response):

——————-Embryonic (needs substantial work to bring market)

—————Partially developed (could be brought to market with significant investment)

———— Off-the-shelf (could be brought to market with nominal investment) Do you know of any other inventions that are congruent with this invention?

Signature of Inventor with date                                 Signature of Inventor with date

I, the undersigned,                                       here by certify that                                                           (the “Work”; attach additional sheet if necessary to accurately describe the work)was specially commissioned by and is to be considered a “work made for hire” by ACE Engineering College, Hyderabad, herein after referred to as Institute with address at ACE Engineering College, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad, Telangana, 501601, India, and that ACE Engineering College Hyderabad is entitled to all patent/copyright/trademark and all other intellectual property rights there to.

Without limiting the foregoing, for good and valuable consideration, receipt of which is there by acknowledged and in accordance with the above entitlement of Institute to Intellectual Property generated by me, I hereby assign and/or transfer to Institute, its successors and assigns, absolutely and forever, all right, title, and interest, throughout the world in and to the Work and each element there of, including but not limited to the copyright/patent/technology innovation contained therein.

I further agree that no copyright material assigned by me to the Institute under this agreement shall be reproduced by me beyond that which falls under fair use, and I shall retain only moral rights to this material. Further more, no patent able invention/ technology innovation/ trademarks developed by myself, and others shall be working with, be disclosed by me to any other party upon termination of this agreement. I understand that any prior disclosure by myself, directly or indirectly, either during the period of this work-for-hire agreement or after its termination, shall render me prosecutable as per laws that may be in force at the time.

 

Signed this               day of                    (month),                        (year)Name:

Address:

ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIPAND STARTUP POLICY

For Institute to emerge as a global innovation hub, the students of our campus, especially in higher knowledge and intellectuality need to play a crucial role to create a sustainable innovation ecosystem. Hence, ideally all students and faculty should have a comprehensive and functional mechanism to convert research into innovations. This ecosystem will encourage, inspire and nurture students by exposing them to new ideas and processes resulting in innovative activities in their formative years.

  1. Vision

To be a leading contributor in the field of Incubation to cultivate, foster and stimulate the entrepreneurial aspirations and provide an ecosystem to create innovative, sustainable, profitable and job creating startups.

  1. Mission
  • To encourage and     support     students     and     youngsters     to     opt  for entrepreneurship as a career opportunity.
  • To strengthen the students, alumni and local entrepreneurial ecosystem by providing the necessary  information,   knowledge,   support,   facilities  and organize  community-level  programs  and  summit  to  develop  the  start-up culture.
  • To connect the start-up aspirants with the respective domain experts, entrepreneurship mentors, consultants and investors.
  • To work and     network    with    various    organizations    in     the    field    of  entrepreneurial development.
  1. About:
  • Innovation Cell of ACE addresses the challenge of building innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem which has Start up cell initiated at college under TEQIP – III
  • ACE has constituted Institution’s Innovation Councils (IIC) as per the guidelines of MHRD’s Innovation Cell and has reserved budget for its activities. IIC ACE has council framed to support conducting various activities related to innovation, startup and entrepreneurship development.
  • In addition to IIC council formed at institute level, innovation champions shall be nominated from within the students/ faculty/ staff for each department.
  • Conducts start up awareness activities such as workshops, idea competition, field visits, innovation center/startups labs visits round the year as specified by MHRD guidelines.
  • Connects Startups through motivational talks about their experiences and provides internship opportunities.
  • Startup week – an annual workshop will be organized to create awareness about design thinking, patent filing, ideation to productization and to enable students with their faculty mentors to pitch in their proposal. The selected ideas are awarded SEED MONEY to take their proposals forward.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in events and competitions from CII, SIH, IIDC.
  • Few students have started their own companies few others are aspiring to be entrepreneurs.
  1. Objectives:
  • To create and foster a University wide ecosystem for new ideas to flourish.
  • To provide support for conversion of the innovative idea of students, faculty, staff and researchers to ventures that address the problems in society with special focus on less developed regions.
  • To provide the infrastructure and incentives for generating interest among the students, staff, faculty and researchers to engage in innovative pursuits and product development for facilitating commercialization.
  • To support innovative knowledge-based venture creation within the Institute.
  • Setting direction for streamlining and establishing a strong start-up ecosystem in campus.
  • Measuring Innovation & Start-up ecosystem based on Input, Process, Output and Outcome based parameters.
  • Focusing on both quantity and more on quality aspects of Start-up Eco-System available at Institute.
  • Also measure the impact created by these innovations and Start-ups from Institutions in society and market.
  • To facilitate innovation, foster entrepreneurship, start-ups by providing facility to conduct POC at institute.
  • Handhold to transform POC to products towards societal needs.
  • Establish an ecosystem to nurture innovation and entrepreneurship through incubation, facilitation for filing patents.
  • Institutional entrepreneurial agenda includes spreading awareness among students and faculty about the importance of innovation, entrepreneurship, its role in career development as well as employability of the students.

ARIIA ranking will certainly inspire Higher education to reorient their mind’set and build ecosystems to encourage high quality research, innovation and entrepreneurship. Moreover, ARIIA wiil set tone and direction for institutions for future development for making them globally competitive and in forefront of innovation.

  1. Definition

1.1. Startup:  An entity  that  have  scalable  and  sustainable  business idea based on product or service innovation.

1.2. Student startup: A student or a group of students studying under ACE AOE have an idea and want to initiate as a startup.

1.3. Faculty   startup:   It   may  consist   of  faculty   members   alone   or   with students or with faculty of other institutes or with alumni or with other

entrepreneurs.

1.4. Individual   Entrepreneur:   An   individual  who   has  an   entrepreneurial mindset and have an idea that he wants to convert it into a commercial viable product.

1.5. Mentors:  An  individual  who  have  the  experience  of entrepreneurship journey or a skill manpower willing guide the startup in their journey.

  1. ARIIA 2021 Parameters

Parameter 1: Programs and Activities on IPR, Innovation, Start-up and Entrepreneurship Organized

  1.  Part-1: Program Conducted by Institute Related to IPR, Entrepreneurship / Start-ups & Innovation (Data required for Financial Year – 2018-19)
  2.  Part-2: Participation / Representation of Students and (or) Faculties in Events / Programs related to IPR, entrepreneurship / Start-ups & Innovation organized by repute external institutions or agencies at national or international level (Data required for Financial Year -2018-19)

Parameter 2: Annual Budget Spent on Innovation & Start-up funding, Income & Expenditure towards Promoting and Supporting Innovation & Start-up in Campus.

Parameter 3 & 6: Pre-Incubation & Incubation Infrastructure; Successful Innovation and Start- ups; and Funding, Expenses and Income from Innovation & start-ups during the financial year 2018-19.

  1. Part -1: Innovation, Pre-Incubation & Incubation Centre/Facilities and Services.
  1. Part 1(a): Innovation, Pre-Incubation & Incubation Centre/Facilities exists in campus
  2. Part 1(b): Grants / Funds Received by Pre-Incubation & Incubation Centre /Facilities exists in Campus
  3. Part 1(c): Idea / Prototype / Innovation have received Grant / funding from Pre-Incubation / Incubation Centre / Facilities
  4. Part 1(d): Start-ups have received Grant / funding from Pre-Incubation/Incubation Centre/Facilities
  1. Part -2: Co-Incubation Partnership

Parameter 4: Courses on Innovation, IPR and Entrepreneurship Development Offered by  Institute during the Academic Period 2018-19.

Parameter 5: IP Granted and Published; Tech Transfer and Commercialized

  • Part -1: Patent Granted and Published (Obtained from Third Party Source)
  • Part-2: Technology Commercialization / Transfer
  1. Goal (Targets)
  • Organize the events,  hackathons,  ideathons,  and  summits  for strengthening the network.
  • Encourage interested students,  faculty and  staff members for Project  to
    Product (P2P)  Transformation  Program (for Engineering and other disciplines)  in collaboration with School of Design
  • Contribute in long term institute branding activities
  • Conduct upskilling and outreach programs
  • Execute and evaluate the outcome of minor specializations in innovation,
    entrepreneurship and startup/venture.
  • Amendment of existing IPR and Innovation many Startup policies
  • Constitute the alumni council for startup and innovation.
  • Encourage to adopt and strengthen the NISP (National Innovation and
    Startup Policy for Students and Faculty) policy for all stakeholders of the institute.
  1. Action Plan (2021-22)
  1. To develop the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship amongst students, Faculty and  staff of the University.
  1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awareness Sessions
  2. Entrepreneurship Boot camp
  3. Impact Lecture with Entrepreneurs and Innovators
  4. FDP on Entrepreneurship
  5. Exposure trip to incubators/ accelerators
  6. Entrepreneurship Week
  1. Identify and Develop Innovative ideas
  1. Workshop on Design thinking for Innovation
  2. The Big Shot- Idea Pitching Competition
  3. Workshop on IPR
  4. Workshop on stage gate process of Innovation
  5. Innovative Project demo Day
  6. Workshop on Business Model canvas
  7. Business Plan competition
  8. Workshop Legal Compliance for Startups
  9. Workshop on preparing an effective pitch deck and mock investor pitching session
  10. Webinar on Raising funds for Business
  1. To Promote Industry-University Interaction
  1. Entrepreneurship/ Business Conclave in collaboration with industry association/ chamber of commerce
  2. Mentoring session with Industry experts
  3. Webinar session with Promoters and senior management from Industry
  1. Major Programs
  1. Entrepreneurship in ACE
  2. Consortium:
  3. Network of Innovation Clubs (NIC)
  4. Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA)
  5. Smart India Hackathon (SIH)
  6. National Student Startup Policy (NSSP)
  7. Mentoring and Startup Generation
  8. Start up Eligibility and Enrollment
  9. Intellectual Property
  10. Periodic Assessment
  1. Entrepreneurship in ACE

Entrepreneurship is the process of starting a business, typically a startup company offering an innovative product, process or service. Anentrepreneur perceives an opportunity and often exhibits biases in taking the decision to exploit the opportunity.

1.1 E-cell

E-Cell  ACE is the entrepreneurship cell of ACE. As the name suggests, the very purpose of E-Cell is to foster a community of contemporary as well as seasoned entrepreneurs, along with mentoring of new and budding startups across the country. E-Cell has been the driving force forchannelizing and guiding more startups, impacting over 5000 students, and would be entrepreneurs.  With a variety of student intensive, learning-oriented programs, the organization plays akey role in the development of entrepreneurial skills and giving an opportunity to the deserving.  At the same time, it has been invoking a sense of responsibility towards the nation in students by empowering social startups as well. Throughout the year, the E-Cell organizes expert talks, webinars, workshops, light skill development events as well as highly rewarding competitions, actual pitching scenarios and much more.

  1. Consortium:

The consortium is the annual summit of ACE, which basically the abridgement of all the activities that the E-cell performs.Usually held as a three-day summit, Consortium is filled with famous key-note speeches, enthralling competitions, captivating side events, and much more.Experiencing a footfall of over 5000, consisting of students, aspiring entrepreneurs and enthusiasts, it is one of the largest gatherings for entrepreneurs.

  1. Network of Innovation Clubs (NIC)

ACE will prescribe basic framework for the structure, formation, structure and smooth running of ICs and will soon share list of different activities which ICs need to undertake for the entire academic year

  1. ARIIA will primarily focus on 5 main parameters
Indicators Weightage
Budget Expenses and Revenue generated through Innovation and entrepreneurship

development

20

 

Facilitating access to advance centers / facilities and entrepreneurial support system 10
Idea to Entrepreneurship 54
Development of Innovation Ecosystems Supported through Teaching & Learning 10

 

Best innovative solutions Developed In-house for Improving Governance of Your Institution 6

 

Total 100

 

  1. Smart India Hackathon (SIH)

Smart India Hackathon 2019 is a nationwide initiative to provide students a platform to solve some of pressing problems we face in our daily lives, and thus inculcate a culture of product innovation and a mindset of problem solving. In this new edition, students would have the opportunity to work on challenges faced within the public and private sector organizations, and NGOs in addition to government problems pooled from various union ministries. As like in previous editions, Smart India Hackathon 2019 would also have 2 sub-editions – Software edition (a 36-hour software product development competition) and Hardware edition (a 5 days long hardware product development competition).

  1.  National Student Startup Policy (NSSP)

The policy aims at identifying the innovative and entrepreneurial potential of students and transforming them into start-up entrepreneurs. This can be done by developing an ideal entrepreneurial ecosystem and promoting strong inter-institutional partnerships among technical institutions, other ecosystem enablers, different stakeholders, programs, market and society.

  1. Mentoring and Startup Generation

 5.1 Pre-Startup planning:  It is very important to primarily identify which ideas have scalable and sustainable business plan and can successfully face the real time market challenges. This phase of pre-  startup can prepare student entrepreneurs for the incubation phase by providing them prerequisite skills and knowledge that will help them validate and assess their ideas as well as define their business models in detail. In the pre-startup phase, the following activities are to be performed:

  • Idea Validation: Incubate can discuss their idea with the mentors and do its basic market analysis just to understand the current market challenges and their competitors.
  • Promoters Details: Relevant details of promoters are  required  to  be validated before allowing start-ups to enter into this process.
  • Development of rapid prototype:  The  incubate  can  start  with  the development of a prototype of their idea to understand its development challenges
  • Registration of Startup: The start-up needs to be registered under a form of business  entity  like  Partnership  Firm,  LLP,  Private  Limited Company  and  One  Person  Company.   Start-ups  should  be  able  to provide a copy of the registration certificate/letter to his/ her academic institution.

5.2 Startup Acceleration: The startups will be supported by the institute in terms  of incubation  and laboratory  support,  space of the  incubate, technical expertise, mentor connections, service provider connects, and any other support based on mutual understanding.

5.3 Startup   Mentors:    The    mentors   will    be    industry    experts    and    or entrepreneurs from field like IT, electronics, R&D, sales, legal, finance, and many more.

  1. Startup Eligibility and Enrollment

6.1 Startup enrollment is open to:

    • Students and alumni
    • Faculty and staff members (current and in the recent past),
    • MIT AOE’s R&D partners
  • Local residence of nearby location.

6.2      Startup Eligibility:

  • Startup should have innovative idea that have scalable and sustainable business model.
  • Startup’s idea should have commercially viable solution.
  • Startup should be ready to incubate with the ACE AOE-EDF (depending to their mutual understanding).
  1. Intellectual Property

The intellectual property (IF) that can be a patent, software code, copyright, design registration, developed product, or alike will be shared by the startup and ACE AOE. During the transfer of / licensing of/ permission to use IP, the startup will have to approach to ACE AOE and ACE AOE-EDF for its request.

  1. Periodic Assessments

ACE Entrepreneurial  Development  Foundation(ACE-EDF) management and    mentors   will    evaluate    the    performance    of   startups periodically. Startups will submit information to ACE-EDF on quarterly basis in a prescribed format. The companies may also be subject to an annual assessment by a committee comprising of external experts.

No data filled by ACE in the following categories:

  1.  List the Employment Generation Skill Development Programs Organized by the HEI on Innovation, IPR and Entrepreneurship Development During the Academic Period (2019-20).
  2. List the Full Time Faculties had with a Degree (UG/PG/PhD) in innovation/IPR/ Entrepreneurship and (or) Received Specialized Training Program of I&E, IPR(MDP, EDP, FDP, Short-term Certificate Course, of minimum 30 hours Duration) conducted by various State, Central Govt. agencies, and Knowledge Agencies in the Academic Period (2019-20)
  3. List the Incubation Facilities at the HEI (>=1500 Sq. Floor Area)
  4. List the Innovation Park/Research Park Facilities at the HEI (>= 5000 Sq. Ft. Floor Area)
  5. List the IPR Cell/Technology Transfer Centre Facilities at the HEI
  6. List all the Innovations Generated Development, Completed and Implemented in Ground with Support of Pre-incubation & Incubation facilities at the HEI and Recognitions Received.
  7. List all the Ventures/Startups/SME Units Established with Support of Pre-incubation & Incubation facilities at the HEI.
  8. List all the Innovations/Venture/Startups for which HEI has facilitated Angel/Venture Capital Fund.
  9. Empaneled Mentoring Service Support
  10. Ventures Established with the Support of the HEI
  11. List all the Collaborations with External Agencies and Co-Creation of I&E Activities by the HEI.
  12. List the IPs Filed/Published/Granted (Copy Right & Designs Only) by the HEI as Co-applicant/Co-owner.
  13. List the IPs hold by the Innovation teams/Startups Incubated at the Pre-incubation/incubation Unit of the HEI.
  14. List the IP Commercialized/Transferred Published & Granted to HEI as Co-applicant/ Co-owner

RESEARCH THRUST AREAS (DEPARTMENT WISE)

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Prediction of Stream Data Load

2

Credit Card Fraud Detection

3

Emotion Classification (Facial Expression Recognition)

4

Spatial Image

5

Image Classification

6

COVID-19 Data Visualization and Prediction for Positivity

7

Paragraph Text Analysis Using NLP

8

Multi Document Text Summarization

9

Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing

10

Android, Full Stack Web Project

11

Python

12

Genetic Approach to Digital Forgeries

13

Voice based Email for Blind

14

Driver Drowsiness Monitoring System using Visual behavior and Machine Leaning

15

Multiclass Text Classification using Deep Learning

16

Natural Language Processing (NLP) (QA) using Knowledge Graph

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Design of microstrip antenna for Navigation application using HFSS

2

Handwriting recognition using MATLAB

3

Cloud based temperature monitoring system using IOT

4

Attendance monitoring system using MATLAB

5

IOT dog day care robot with dog food water feeding

6

Kidney stone detection using MATLAB

7

FPGA based robotic arm controller

8

IOT based home automation system using Raspberry Pi

9

Design of quasi - yagi antenna using HFSS

10

Leaf disease detection using CNN

11

Design of day and night lamp using light sensors

12

Breast cancer detection using MATLAB

13

Signature verification using MATLAB

14

Design of Robot Controlled by wireless magical hand gloves

15

Color image compression using MATLAB

16

FPGA implementation of distance measurement using ultrasonic sensor

17

Improving inductance and quality factor of RFIC inductor

18

Lane & Curve detection using deep learning

19

Design of automatic water tank management system using Arduino

20

Design of temperature and humidity monitoring system using Node MCU

21

Design of digital and analog watch by using Node MCU

22

Malnutrition detection using deep learning

23

Secret communication using cryptography and steganography

24

Design of Horn antenna using HFSS

25

Voice based hot and cold water dispenser system using Raspberry Pi

26

Automatic door opening system using PIR sensor

27

Design of support system for visually challenged people using Arduino

28

Security in Networks, Artificial Intelligence

29

Signal node upsets tolerant in 10T RAM cell

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Design & Manufacturing

2

Cellular Manufacturing

3

Composite materials

4

Thermal Engineering

5

Automobile Engineering

6

Renewable Energy Sources

7

Design Engineering

8

Heat Transfer

9

Nano technology

10

Production

11

Tribology

12

IC Engines

13

Robotics

14

Computational Fluid Dynamics

15

Composite Helical Gear Transmission Systems

CIVIL ENGINEERING

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Structural Engineering

2

Concrete Technology

3

Geology

4

Concrete Technology

5

Soil Mechanics

6

Surveying

7

Project Management

8

Environmental Engineering

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Renewable Energy

2

Solar Technology

3

Electrical Vehicles

4

Battery Charging Stations

DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITY & BASIC SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Operation Research and Optimization Techniques

2

Mathematical Modeling in Population Dynamics and Epidemiology

3

Optical Solutions of Non-Linear Programming Problems

4

Differential Calculus

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Physio-Chemical Studies of Polymer Studies

2

E-Waste Management

3

Solid Hazardous Waste Management

4

Waste to Energy Concept through Gasification and Pyrolysis

5

Nutrients Generation from Floating Biomass

6

Treatment of Contaminated Lake Water using Advanced Methods

7

Nanomaterial Preparation by Combustion of Waste Biomass

8

Hybrid Solid Brick Generation from Contaminated Lake Sediments

9

Covid related work - Plastic Waste Conversion

10

Synthesis of Nanoparticles and its applications

11

Techniques involved in corrosion controlling of metals - Powdered coating techniques

12

Fenton process for wastewater treatment

13

Smart Nanomaterial enabled with artificial intelligence (AI) for agro technology

14

Control of pesticides in agriculture

15

Analysis of polymers in Environment

16

Industrial wastewater treatment using advanced technologies

17

Water quality parameters

18

Soil analysis

19

Industrial wastewater treatment technologies

20

Sterilization of water

21

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Chemistry

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

Photonic absorption of plants

2

Metal oxides as catalyst for the degradation of textile dyes using catalysis

3

Preparation of crystals

4

Crystal growth

5

Properties of glasses with ferroelectric materials

6

Properties of glasses

7

Detailed analysis of Mathematical finance

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

IMPACT: An Interactive Multimedia Program for Alcoholism Assessment and Counseling Training

2

An organizational dilemma: a conceptual model for supporting media-based distance education

3

Human communication and interaction in Web based learning: a case study of the digital media Web course

4

Facilitating the tasks of the technical communicator: technical communication in the curriculum of technical students

5

Feasibility of computer-assisted education in patients with multiple sclerosis

6

Can robots be used as a vehicle for the projection of socially sensitive issues? Exploring children's attitudes towards robots through stories

7

Classroom approaches in multilingual contexts

8

Challenges in Acquiring English as a second Language

9

E-learning

10

Digital Humanities

11

Usage of technology, multimedia in education and ELT

12

Media, education and psychology

13

Assessment and Evaluation

14

CEFR in Language Learning &Language Testing

15

English language Education- Methods, Materials and Principles

16

Curriculum, Research and Development

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

S. No.

AREA OF INTEREST/RESEARCH

1

New Education Policy: Accessibility, Affordability, Quality, Technology, Online Education

2

Scaling up education for better performance and delivery, Collaboration among Academia-Industry and Policy makers

Research: Multi-disciplinary & Impactful Research, Innovations, Patents and Development

4

Gender Empowerment: Issues and Developments

5

Agricultural Reforms: Efficiency, Competitiveness, Crop Diversification, Issues in Marketing and Pricing

6

FDI, Technology Transfers, Mergers and Acquisitions

7

Banking in India: Performance, NPAs, Mergers and Challenges

8

Science & Technology for Society: Digital India, Mobile & Communication Technology, Big Data Analysis, Machine Learning, Block chain

9

Disasters: Implications, Preparedness and Management

10

Security: Internal Security, External Security, Borders, Cyber Security, Energy Security

11

Tribal Culture and Development, Marginalized Sections and Welfare Measures


RESEARCH THRUST AREAS (AREA OF SPECIALIZATION)

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR.G.SREENIVASULU

PROFESSOR

DEEP LEARNING

2

DR. P. VENKATESWARA RAO

PROFESSOR

MACHINE LEARNING

3

DR.GANTI KISHNA SHARMA

PROFESSOR

MACHINE LEARNING

4

Dr. RAVI UYYALR

PROFESSOR

IMAGE PROCESSING MACHINE LEARNING

5

Dr. B. RANGA SWAMY

PROFESSOR

NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

DEPARTMENT OF ECE

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR. V.S.S.N. SRINIVAS BABA

PROFESSOR

RF & MICROWAVE

2

DR. Y. CHAKRAPANI

PROFESSOR

IMAGE PROCESSING

3

DR. P. SATISH KUMAR

PROFESSOR

IOT

4

PROF. M. RAVI KUMAR

PROFESSOR

IMAGE PROCESSING

5

DR. CH. SREENIVASA RAO

PROFESSOR

IOT

6

PROF. B. GIRI RAJU

PROFESSOR

IMAGE PROCESSING

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

01.

Dr.G.BALARAJU

PROFESSOR

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

02.

Dr.P.VENKATESWARA REDDY

PROFESSOR

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR. S. ROBERT RAVI

PROFESSOR & HOD

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

2

DR. M. SRIDEVI

PROFESSOR

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTICAL ENGINEERING

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR.M.PRASAD

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & HOD

POWER SYSTEMS 

2

DR.S.MANI KUCHIBHATLA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

ENHANCEMENT OF POWER QUALITY

DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITY & BASIC SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR.P.PRASHANTH KUMAR

PROFESSOR & HOD

OPERATION RESEARCH AND OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES

2

DR.B.UMA MAHESWARI

PROFESSOR

MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN POPULATION DYNAMICS AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

DR.S.SRILALITHA

PROFESSOR

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL STUDIES OF POLYMER STUDIES, E-WASTE MANAGEMENT

2

DR.K.SRILATHA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT, WASTE TO ENERGY (3R CONCEPT) , SYNTHESIS OF NANOMATERIALS, HYDROGEN PRODUCTION BY THERMAL DECOMPOSITION PROCESS , WASTEWATER TREATMENT BY ADVANCED TREATMENT METHODS AND NANOMATERIALS

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1


DR. C V R

KRISHNA MOHAN

PROFESSOR

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

2


DR. MARTHA RAMESH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

DEGRADATION OF DYES AND IMPURITIES

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

Dr. LALITHA BAI

PROFESSOR

LITERATURE

2

Dr. J. VIJAYVARDHAN

PROFESSOR

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1.

Dr. M. KONDALA RAO

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

MANAGEMENT

2.

P. SREELATHA (Dr)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

MANAGEMENT

3.

T. GANESH CHAKRAVARTHY (Dr)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

ECONOMICS & FINANCE

RESEARCH SKILL CENTERS DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING CENTRE FOR VLSI

  • Training Students in Latest Technologies for Chip Development using XILINX and Mentor Graphics Tools.
Physical Laboratory Name CENTRE FOR VLSI(1111)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 33
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(4 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes

FPGA BOARDS (SPARTAN)

S. No Name of the Equipment Quantity Unit Price Total Price (After Discount & Including Tax)
1 Computers With Latest Specification 20No. 26,102-00 6,16,007-00
10No. 31,300-00 3,28,650-00
2 XILINX Vivado V15.0.1 Software 25 user’s 1,20,000-00 1,26,000-00
3 Mentor Graphics Tool 30user’s 2,50,000-00 2,95,000-00
4 FPGA Boards 10 No. 16,000-00 1,60,000-00
Zync-Zybo Board 01 No. 18,500-00 18,500-00
        4,28,500-00
 18 % GST 77,130-00
Total 5,05,630-00
5 Pattern Generator and Logic Analyzer 01 No. 18,000-00 21,240-00
6 ALS – SDA – CPLD / FPGA – 01 Universal Trainer Kit Base Board 10 no’s 14,500-00 1,35,720-00
7 ALS – SDA – CPLD / FPGA – 01 Universal Trainer Kit Base Board 02 no’s 14,500-00 27,144-00
8 Daughter Board – 2 CPLD XC9572 Module (XILINX) 06 no’s 1,500 -00 8,424-00
9 Daughter Board – 4 FPGA XC3S400 Module (XILINX) 06 no’s 4,800 -00 26,957-00
10 UPS (11KVA) 01 no’s 1,25,000-00 1,25,000-00


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGG. CENTRE FOR VLSI The Department of ECE has equipped with Cadence Tools for full-fledged VLSI EDA. This resulted in the establishment of a VLSI Design Laboratory with software's like Cadence Tools (Virtuoso, Spectre, Assura (DRC, LVS, and RCX), Xilinx and hardware kits using Spartan3 and CPLD. As a result, this department is able to provide guidance to the students at UG, PG and promote research for faculty at Doctoral level. The strengths of the department are the specialized labs, meritorious students, senior professors, dynamic & young associate and assistant professors, industrious academic assistants and staff. The center for VLSI was established in 2009 to enhance the practical skills of the students and to be trained towards the present needs of the VLSI industry. The center focuses specially on analog mixed signal and SOC VLSI design. Along with research, we hope to nurture young engineers with all the skills necessary for various aspects through strong course work and research oriented projects. Eventually, the lab aims to be a breeding ground for tomorrow's entrepreneurial leadership. Principal areas of research • 180 nm CMOS technology development • Circuit simulation for design of modern VLSI circuits •Mixed Signal VLSI Design • VLSI Design and Networking Facilities The Institute has excellent facilities for the Design, Layout and testing of CMOS integrated circuits, including a Room with all major equipment to make 180nm MOS devices and circuits, VLSI design and Testing.VLSI DESIGN FLOW

 

R&D  Laboratory

UTILIZATION OUTCOME

Research Papers Published Ph.D Work Pursuing M.Tech Projects handled Student Publications
Centre for VLSI 1. “A LOW VOLTAGE HIGH-PERFORMANCE DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER USING CURRENT MIRROR ASACTIVE LOAD” Mr. A. Rajesh & Dr. B. L. Raju 2.DESIGN OF OPTIMIZED HETEROGENEOUS SPECTROMETERS FOR RADIO ASTRONOMY APPLICATIONS USING XILINX FPGAS” Mr.S.Karunakar Reddy 3.“DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A DOUBLE PRECISION BINARY FLOATING POINT DADDA MULTIPLIER” Mr. A. Rajesh, Dr. B. L. Raju 1.”Lower Power Reduction in Clocked VlSI Circuits” Mr. A. Rajesh, Assoc Prof, Dept.   2.”Leakage Power Minimization in VLSI Circuits Mr.B.Srinivasa Rao, Assoc Prof, ECE Dept.,   1.Designand Implementation of a Double Precision Binary Floating Point Dadda Multiplier by P. Rakesh Babu Supervisor:-Mr. A. Rajesh, Assoc prof, ECE 2. Reconfigurable VLSI architecture for Mixed Radix FFT by MugaNageshwer Supervisor:-Mr. K. Yakaiah, Asst.Prof, ECE 3.Design and Implementation of Parallel CRC Generator for 64 Data Bit by D. Mahesh Supervisor:-Mr. B. GiriRaju, Prof, ECE 4.Design of Dual Redundancy CAN-BUS Controller based on FPGA by G. Leela Siva Rama Krishna Supervisor:-Prof.N.ChandraShekhar,Prof,ECE 5.Design and  Implementation of High Performance 64 Bit MAC UNIT by B. Anji Naik Supervisor:-Mr.Y.V.S.DurgaPrasad,Asst.Prof 6.High performance Hardware implementation of AES by C.Rajendra Supervisor:-Prof.M.RaviKumar,Prof,ECE Dept. 1.Design and Implementation of a Double Precision Binary Floating Point Dadda Multiplier P.Rakesh Babu M. Tech 2. Reconfigurable VLSI architecture for Mixed Radix FFT. MugaNageshwer M.Tech

Center for RF&MW

  • Training the students in designing different types of Antenna
  • Calculating S- parameters.
  • Checking E plane and H plane patterns
  • Computing near and far field patterns

Advanced Design System (ADS)

  • This is an Electronic Software used in RF, microwave and signal-integrity applications
  •  ADS integrates accurate system, circuit, and EM simulators, so you can not only get the right answers but also get them faster by avoiding error-prone and time-consuming data transfer between a collection of point tools..
Physical Laboratory Name Antenna Design using HFSS
% Utility 100%  
Seating Capacity per session 25
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


Antenna Simulation Laboratory
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        Ansys Academic Teaching BundleHP KeyBoard 25Tasks Perpetual 6,00,000.00/-


                                 Advanced Design System (ADS)  
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        Keysight ADS Software University License bundle 5 User for 99 Year term 5 User Perpetual 12,50,000.00

Center for Signal Processing

Physical Laboratory Name Signal Processing LAB(1112B)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 33
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


Signal Processing LAB(1112B)  
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        Wipro LimitedDESKTOP intel i3  2120 Core 3.3 GHz 320 GB HARD DISK 4 GB RAM 18.5” wide wipro Monitor                              - Optical Mouse KeyBoard 33 784823-00
2.        Lenovo  DESKTOP Intel Dual core  3240 Fourth gerneration 3.1 GHz 500 GB HARD DISK 4 GB RAM 18.5” wide HP Monitor                                  - Optical Mouse KeyBoard 4 111510-00
3.        D-Link 24 Port Switch 02 5000-00
4.        DSP Starter Kit (DSK) TMS320C6713-32-Bit floating Point processor  with CCS Software 05 2,95,000-00
5.        MATLAB SOFTWARE VERSIONS 9.0,8.5,8.2 30 1561596-00
6.        Total   2757929-00

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Microsoft Innovation Center

  • Training Students in Latest Technologies for Developing Mobile Applications.
  • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification in  .Net”.
  • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)Certification in “Cloud Computing” .
  • Microsoft Office Specialist(MOS) Certification in “Word”, “Excel” and “Power Point”.
Physical Laboratory Name Microsoft Innovation Center (2115)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 33
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes

LUCKYTILES game in Microsoft windows Phone App Store THE SLATE (Smart Learning Of Alphabets) In Microsoft Windows Phone App Store.

Microsoft Innovation Center (2115)
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        HP 280 G3 DESKTOP Intel® Core™  i5-7500 CPU@3.40 GHz(4 CPUS),~3.4 GHz 500 GB HARD DISK 4 GB RAM 19” wide HP Monitor                         - HP Optical Mouse HP KeyBoard 30 11,70,000
2.        Dell Optiplex3060 Desktop Intel Core I3,8TH Gen Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB HDD,19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse   03 92,400
3.        D-Link 24 Port Switch 01 2500
4.        D-Link 16 Port Switch 02 4,230
5.        Total   12,69,130

 Big Data Apex Center of Excellence:

  • Conducting Trainings and workshops in Association with COURSERA University.
  • Creating Single node Clusters with at least 3 Echo Systems.
  • Open Certifications from EDX, PEARSON in HADOOP, OOZIE, HIVE, and MANGODB.
Physical Laboratory Name Big Data Apex Center Of Excellence(2205)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 31
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


Big Data Apex Center Of Excellence(2205)

S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        DELL OPTIPLEX 390 I 3 Processor II Generatoion H61 Express Chipset 500 GB HDD 2 GB  RAM 18.5 LCD Monitor   30 8,10,000/-
2.        Dell Optiplex3060 Desktop Intel Core I3,8TH Gen Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB HDD,19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse 01 30,750/-
3.        BLADE SERVER Intel Xeon E3 1820@3.10Ghz Processor 8GB RAM,2TB X3 HDD 160 GB X2   01 10,00000/-
4.        EPSON X05 LCD PROJECTOR 01 38,000/-
5.        DELTA  - 7KVA UPS BATTERIES TRUE ONLINE  UPS SMF BATTARIES  WITH CASTING FOR  30  MINUTES BACK UP 12V/26AH x 16(16 BATTARIES) 01 80,952 /-
6.        Total   19,59,702/-

Cloud Computing Center of Excellence:

  • Training Students in configuring of “Cloud and Open Stack”.
  • Certifications from EMC2
  • Conducting workshops and Faculty Development programs.
Physical Laboratory Name Cloud Computing (4302C)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 33
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


Cloud Computing (4302C)  
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.       Dell Optiplex3060 Desktop Intel Core I3,8TH Gen Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB HDD, 19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse 30 8,24,820/-
2.       Dell OptiPlex 7080 Tower with 500W up to 92% efficiency PSU Intel Core i7-10700 10th Generation 32 GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 256GB SSD,1 TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super  8GB (3DP/HDMI)Dell Wired Keyboard   03 4,14,108/-
3.       Total   12,38,928/-

Center for AI-ML

  • Conducting Trainings and workshops in Association with AppliedAI Technologies
  • The Center has 5 GPUs of 1060 NVIDIA.
  • Developing projects using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
Physical Laboratory Name AI-ML Lab(4302C)
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 25
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


AI-ML Lab (4302C)
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        Dell Optiplex3060 Desktop Intel Core I3,8TH Gen Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB HDD, 19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse 20 5,49,880/-
2.                 Dell OptiPlex 7080 Tower with 500W up to 92% efficiency PSU Intel Core i7-10700 10th Generation 32 GB DDR4 RAM, M.2 256GB SSD,1 TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super  8GB (3DP/HDMI)Dell Wired Keyboard   05 6,90,180/-
3.               Asrock b25 Mother Board Intel Core i5-7400 Processor 16GB DDR4 RAM, I T.B HDD ATX Master Cooler Cabinet Cooler Master 600wt Smps 6GB Nvidia 1060 Graphic Card 05 3,08,750/-
Total 15,48,810/-

Cisco Networking Academy

  • To make students “Network Engineers and Developers”
  • Training the students on “CISCO Certifications” and CISCO DevNet .
  • Training the Students on “CCNAv7: Introduction to Networks, Switching and routing”.
  • Conducting workshops on “Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation”.
Physical Laboratory Name Cisco Networking Academy (2216)  
% Utility 100%
Seating Capacity per session 32
Area ( in SQM) 77.4
Lighting Excellent(2 windows)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids LCD projector, laptop, white board
Work Tables with Chairs 35 std chairs& Chairs(for faculty)
Batch Size 30
Storage Facility 1 Almirah
Notice Boards yes
Furniture Details Chairs, lights, Tables, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers yes


Cisco Networking Academy (2216)  
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.       HCL: Processor : IC2D E4500 2.2 GHz 800 M2M RAM: 1 GB DDR1167 Hard Disk: 160 GB 28 5,11,000/-
2.       Dell Optiplex3060 MT Intel Core I3,8TH Gen/Core i3-8100 Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB SATA HDD,19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse 04 1,23,000/-
3.       D-Link 24 Port Switch 02 4000/-
4.       EPSON LCD PROJECTOR 01 38000/-
5.       Delta 6 KVA UPS with 16 batteries 1 86,538/-
6.       Total   7,62,538/-

Project laboratory:

S.No. Facility Name Facility Utilization
1 2115 PROJECT LAB HP 280 G3 DESKTOP-30, DELL 3060 MT DESKTOP-3,24 PORT DLINK SWITCH-02,16 PORT DLINK SWITCH-2,D-LINK DUAL-BAND WIFI ROUTER. WINDOWS8.1,UBUNTU18.04 G++ COMPILER, JAVA,ECLIPSE,MQSQL APCHE TOMCAT SERVER, PHPMYADMIN,XAMPP ·  Students can work in labs during  college hours and also beyond the college hours. ·  Specific student groups engaged in development of live projects have been allocated the machines. ·  Guidance provided by faculty to students whenever needed. ·  Project lab equipped with current technologies so that student can do the projects in diverse areas like big data, cloud computing & machine learning. ·  Students explain their project on LCD projector.


Projects Lab (4302E)  
S.No Name of the Items Quantity Cost
1.        Dell Optiplex3060 Desktop Intel Core I3,8TH Gen Processor , 4 GB   DDR4 RAM,1 TB HDD, 19.5’ LED Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse 62 1,70,4628/-
2.        Switch Dlink 48 port (DGS-1210-52) 1 17000
3.        Switch Dlink 48 port (DGS-1210-28) 1 9000
4.        Dlink Face Plate single 62 3162
5.        Dlink cat 6 Keystone Yellow 62 6752
6.        Dlink Surface Mount box 62 2790
7.        Dlink Cat6 Patch cord 62 6752
8.        EPSON –LCD Projector 01 38000/-
Total 17,88,084/-

LABORATORY RESOURCES FOR FIRST YEAR PROGRAMME

  Laboratory Teaching Aids
# Allotted 1     White Board,   LCD Projector,             Laptop.
Shared / Exclusive Shared
Total Area Allotted in SQM 77.4 sqm

TOTAL

215 sqm


Physical Laboratory

  Programming for Problem Solving Lab (4302F)

% Utility

100%

Lab i/c

Mr. P.Srinivas,Assistant Professor

# of lab Assistants

1

# of Lab Attenters

1

# Systems Provided

60+ 1 server
Location (Room #, Floor & Building Name) III floor,  Satyam Block
Seating Capacity per session 60
Area ( in SQM) 137.5 sqm
Lighting Excellent (8 windows)
Air Circulation Excellent ( 5 ACS)
Provisions provided to use Teaching-Aids  (Black Board ) white board,LCD projector, laptop
Work Tables with Chairs 62
Batch Size 60
Notice Boards Yes
Furniture Details Centralized Acs, 1 Tables,1 Printers, Fire Extinguisher
Stock Registers ref Yes

The Microsoft Innovation Center facilities that provide resources for software developers, IT professionals, university students, academics and entrepreneurs. The MIC at the college will be facilitating collaboration on IT-based research and development, product development and management, technology advancement, professional training, industry partnerships, placement opportunities, skill management, knowledge transfer and strong industry-institute interactions. The College/University will get access to key resources such as new platforms and software from Microsoft for the effective functioning of the MIC.

The ACE MICROSOFT INNOVATION CENTER was inaugurated in September 2013 by Mr. Phani Kondapudi, Director – Academic Programs Microsoft Corporation ( India) Pvt Ltd . The aim of the innovation center is to connect people and organi¬zations, in the software ecosystem and give them access to resources, experts and facilities for collaboration and skills development. The mission is to create opportunities to showcase the talents of students at the national and international level eg., imagine cup, hackathon.

ACE engineering college Journey with Microsoft India started in July, 2013. Initially, department of CSE has Organized MIC Coach Visit on our campus on 05th July, 2013 to enlighten the students about Microsoft technologies.

A workshop and an ideation fest was conducted during , 8th July to 15th July – wherein the ACE Students were trained and asked to ideate and come out with innovative abstracts/ideas, which can be carried out as projects leading to Innovation using Microsoft Products.

More than 150 ideas were submitted by, the students of ACE engineering college and they were evaluated for its uniqueness and relevance by a team of Professors & Faculty. 70 of these ideas were shortlisted and found unique (thorough validation and eliminating ideas which were lifted/copied & found duplicate). These 70 ideas were presented to a team of Software Professionals from Microsoft.

On 5th September, 2013. ACE’s sustained good work earned the status of Microsoft Innovation Center and the MOU was signed & exchanged between Mr. Hiren Israni, Sr.Finance Director – Microsoft Corporation ( India) Pvt Ltd and Prof. Y.V.Gopala Krishna Murthy, General Secretary, ACE Engineering College.

YAPPON 2013, a national wide Hackathon was conducted at ACE MICROSOFT INNOVATION CENTER on 5th SEP 2013 and 176 students participated in this national wide event and 63 apps were developed. Mr. Phani Kondapudi, Director – Academic Programs Microsoft Corporation ( India) Pvt Ltd has consented as Chief Guest for this program.

MIC STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS  
S.NoName of the MemberDesignation and Organization Details
1Prof. Y.V.Gopala Krishna MurthyGeneral Secretary,
Yadala Satyanarayana Memorial Educational Society
2Sri. M.V.U.M. PrasadSection Officer, Secretariat
3Sri. A. Nageswara ReddyScientist, DRDO, HYD.
4Sri. G. Hari BabuIES, Ministry of Telecom
5Mr. M.N.S.V.K.Chaithanya SarmaSoftware Engineer, Amazon, Hyderabad.
6Mr. P. Sri Harsha KiranEntrepreneur, 
7Mrs. B. Vijaya LakshmiProprietor,
ACE Educational Academy
8Dr. Khaleel UR Rahman KhanProfessor of CSE, HOD & Dean (Academics),
ACE Engineering College
9Mr.Phani KondepudiEx-Director, Academic Programs, Microsoft Corporation India Pvt.Ltd.,
MIC COORDINATORS
S.NoName of the CoodinatorDesignation and Organization Details
1Prof. K. Jaya BharathiProfessor CSE
2Mr. G. SreenivasuluAssociate Professor, CSE
3Mr. Ch. Vijaya KumarAssociate Professor, CSE
4Mr.PVSS Balaram AnirudhIV B.Tech CSE (Student Coordinator)
5Ms. BashikaIV B.Tech-CSE (Student Coordinator)

MIC STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

LUCKYTILES in Microsoft windows Phone App Store

We are extremely happy to inform, to all our beloved faculty and students, that Our IV CSE students Prithvi Teja.M, Srikar Reddy.Mand Nayan Reddy developed windows phone application on the name of “uckytiles” at Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) of our college. This application is approved by Microsoft team of experts and uploaded into Microsoft windows phone App store. The App can be downloaded from Windows App store by paying amount of Rs.135/-.

I wish all the students who are part of MIC of our college to do such innovative projects and get it approved by corporate legends. Once again my best wishes to students and faculty of CSE Department.

Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) from our ACE – Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC)

We are happy to inform you all, our IV year student Mr.P. Champak Reddy is selected as Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) from our ACE – Microsoft Innovation Center(MIC). He is going to take active participation from the students prospective in conducting technical webinars and sessions in association with Microsoft. This is also one of the best opportunity for our students to work closely with corporate giants

Congratulations to Digital Slate Developers

Three students of IV CSE are developed an application on the name of Digital Slate and which is successfully uploaded into Microsoft mobile portal. In continuing the same students presented their application in TECSTASY-2014 (A National level Technical Symposium) conducted by CBIT, Hyderabad. In this event Our students got first prize and cash award of Rs.4,000/- for their innovative idea. This will be the motivation and inspiration for other students who are working in Microsoft applications.

THE SLATE (Smart Learning Of Alphabets) In Microsoft Windows Phone App Store

We are extremely happy to inform, to all our beloved faculty and students, that Our IV CSE students G.Samatha Rebecca, K.S.Thanmayi and C.Karthik developed windows phone application on the name of “THE SLATE (smart learning of alphabets)” at Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) of our college. This application is approved by Microsoft team of experts and uploaded into Microsoft windows phone App store. The App can be downloaded from Windows App store by paying amount of Rs.110/-.

I wish all the students who are part of MIC of our college to do such innovative projects and get it approved by corporate legends. Once again my best wishes to students and faculty of CSE Department.

Congratulations to MTA (.NET FUNDAMENTALS) CERTIFIED STUDENT

We are extremely happy to inform, to all our beloved faculty and students, that Our 70 III year students form CSE and IT are certified in Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) in .NET Fundamentals Certification exam held on 11th October-2014.

Congratulations to MTA (Web Development) CERTIFIED STUDENTS

We are happy to announce that 176 students of IV, III B. Tech CSE, IT, ECE and EEE are certified in MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) Exam on Web Development Fundamentals(C#) conducted by MICROSOFT, held on 26th and 27th July 2013.

Five students from IV CSE and One student from IV ECE are got certification in Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions, exam number (070533) at Bangalore..

Congratulations to MCP CERTIFIED STUDENTS

S.NoName of the studentRoll NumberYear of studyCertification Title
1Mr.V.V.S.K.Shanmukh11AG1A05A3IV CSEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure
2Mr.M.Srikar Reddy11AG1A0564IV CSEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure
3Mr.S.Phani Kumar11AG1A0595IV CSEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure
4Mr.K.Sai Kumar11AG1A0551IV CSEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure
5Mr.C.Karhik11AG1A0515IV CSEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure
6Mr.M.Pruthvi Teja11AG1A0469IV ECEMCP in Microsoft Windows Azure

Research laboratories: To conduct various innovation projects which are considering both economical and society accepts. Students are provided facilities to carry out their project work in the laboratories

  • Special lab with systems is provided for carrying out mini and major projects
  • Workshops and training programs are conducted to carry their project work.
  • Every project batch has been allotted with guide to do their project work.
  • Internet facilities are provided to students.
  • Project lab exclusively for planning/preparation/ development of student project work
  • The project lab is located in II floor mechanical department for the development of their project works, after makes use of fabrication and testing.
  • The old project reports and the project models are kept in the lab premises.

S. NO.Name of the LaboratoryName of the Facilities/ Equipment
1Research and Project LabDesktops Brand – Lenovo 202 G2 MT Intel Dual Core i3 3.7Ghz Processor, 4GB DDR3  Ram, 500 GB SATA HDD, 1000 Mbps Onboard Ethernet, 18.5” LED Monitor, Lenovo USB Optical Mouse &Keyboard.
12u Valrack Mount Rack
24 port D-Link 10/100 MBPS switches
UPS EATON 10KVA Online UPS
LENOVO S510 Desktop 10KXA007IH


YearProject Name
2017-181.   Go- Kart(Eco- Cart) Electric ,SAE INDIA
2.   Go-Kart Petrol
2016-171.   Solar Cycle
2.   Solar Plough
3.   Wind Turbine
2015-161.   Battery Car
2.   Electric Car
3.   Solar Car

MINI PROJECT WORKS
We provided training to our final year CSE/IT students in “Cloud application development using Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS) and Map reduce”. The following are the details of mini project works currently being carried out in the “Big Data Research Center”. 1. Development of Prototype Web Search Engine In this project, students have built the inverted index (consisting of keywords and URLs) by reading the HTML files stored in HDFS using Map Reduce programs. The index file is also stored in HDFS. The URLs are ordered according to their rank which is calculated based on number of in-links to those URLs. The students have developed the GUI using Servlet API and linked the same with MapReduce programs. 2. Tourism Information System Students have developed search facility to locate the places of visit in a particular city. The details of city and places are stored in the HDFS files(s). Using MapReduce programs search is done in a parallel manner and the results are also stored in HDFS. The students have developed a good GUI by using Servlet API and linked the same with MapReduce programs. This project provides the following facilities to the users: (i) Searching for famous places in the city (b) Locating good restaurants in the city (c) Locating shopping malls (d) Transport facility available with route maps (e) Adding comments or reviews. We are planning to deploy this software in our PRIVATE CLOUD (which is being built using OPENSTACK) and make it available for the use of our students and staff. 3. Anti Plagiarism Detection System Plagiarism is copying another author’s thoughts, expressions and ideas and representing them as one’s own original work. In this project, our students have developed MapReduce programs to identify the sentences which are copied in the given document (GD) by searching for the same in a number of already existing documents (EDs). Note that, both GD and EDs are stored in the HDFS. The students have developed GUI using Servlet API. 4. Market Analyzing System The main aim of the project is to know where (various places in a city/ villages of a taluk/ cities or villages in taluk or district or state or country) the items like vegetables, fruits, rice, etc., will be available for less cost and to facilitate the customers to purchase those products for less price by also considering the transport cost. This project is developed by using HDFS and MapReduce. The GUI of the project is developed by using Servlet API. 5. Transport Information System This system helps the visitors of a city to select a particular mode of transport for visiting various places located in that city in a cost effective manner. It also provides route map to reach a destination from a particular place in the city. This system also provides information regarding traffic in a particular road and suggests alternative path(s) to reach the destination. All transport details and feedback details are stored in HDFS. MapReduce programs are developed to select the transport and to give information regarding traffic. Route maps are obtained by linking with Google Maps. The GUI of the project is developed using Servlet API. We are planning to deploy this software in our PRIVATE CLOUD (which is being built using OPENSTACK) and make it available for the use of our students and staff. 6. Advertisement Posting Based on Users Behavior The main aim of the project is to post advertisements in a website (which facilitates the users to chat with each other through web) based on user behavior. The behavior of the user is known by storing and analyzing user details, user actions, user hobbies etc. To store the details of the users HDFS is used and for identifying similar interests MapReduce programs are used. Servlet API is used for developing GUI for the project. 7. Village Information System The aim of this web-based system is to establish a direct connection between the producers (farmers) and the consumers for purchasing/selling crops, cattle, dairy products, handicrafts, handlooms, etc. In this project, to store the details of the farmer HDFS is used and to search for a particular commodity in a parallel manner MapReduce programs are developed. Servlet API is used for developing GUI for the project. The advantages of this system are (i) It provides the users complete information about the commodities and items available in a village. (ii) It gives the users a reasonable price for buying commodities/items which is less than the retail price and profitable to the users. (iii) The producer also stands profitable as he/she is free to quote his/her price and to get the value of his/her goods. 8. Chain of Stores The main aim of this project is to locate a nearby store for a customer where he/she can purchase the given product for less cost by including the cost of transportation. This project provides total sales information of chain of stores and also it suggests where to start a new branch for the store. In this project, to store product details HDFS is used and to search for a particular product in a parallel manner MapReduce programs are developed. Servlet API is used for developing GUI for the project. 9. Government Hospital Management System Government Hospital Management System is a web-based application designed for Govt. Hospitals to support hospital administration and management activities. A patient can choose a particular hospital and doctor by giving his details. Also, this system provides information regarding availability of medicines to doctors. To store details of patients, doctors, hospitals and medicines, HDFS is used. MapReduce programs are used to locate the hospital, to identify doctor and to check for availability medicines. Servlet API is used for developing GUI for the project. 10. AGRICULTURE EXPERT SYSTEM The main aim of the project is to suggest measures to be considered for crop protection. This system suggests pesticides to be used for the crops based on symptoms provided by the users (farmers). For the given crop, this system can suggest what type of diseases can occur and what protection measures have to be considered for protecting the crop. In this project, to store crop names, symptoms related to various diseases of the crops, disease details of the crop and information regarding pesticides HDFS is used. MapReduce programs are developed to suggest protection measures for the crop. Servlet API is used for developing GUI for the project. NOTE: The team led by Mr. TARUN TATIKONDA of IV IT (Project title: Transport Information System) has qualified to participate in the Phase II of the “Unisys Cloud 20/20” an all India-based cloud project competition.

MAJOR INNOVATIVE PROJECTS DONE IN 2013-2014

1. A Novel Scheduling Algorithm in HADOOP Data management is the big issue in today’s world, where data is the collection of vast information. Fastest retrieval of data and availability of data is also an important task. This can be resolved by using “REPLICATION” (Replication can be defined as the process of maintaining multiple copies of same data and sharing the data with multiple The replication strategy in Hadoop is to store three replicas, two in one rack and third one in other rack which is nearest to the previous rack with this strategy there is a 0.1% chance of losing two rack servers at a time so in order to resolve the issue we proposed a novel technique of data replication strategy to decrease the chance of losing data and also to increase the availability of data. 2. Novel Data Replication Strategy in HADOOP In present scenario it is very important to use scheduling to manage the big data in any environment. Scheduling is the method by which threads, processors data flows are given access to system resources. The need for a scheduling algorithm arises from the requirement for most modern systems to perform multitasking and multiplexing. In this paper, we propose preemption and priority based scheduling in Hadoop. The proposed algorithm allows the scheduler to make more efficient decisions based on the priority of the jobs submitted to Hadoop system. 3. CHASU (Chat Hadoop Survey) Smart phones are playing a key role amidst the customers using mobile chat to deliver higher service having an impact on social network sites, such as Facebook and Twitter. This projects mainly accounts on a great Mobile Chat Solution reviewing a rich, “desktop-like” chat experiences over a mobile device having compatibility with Hadoop and IBM Worklight as prerequisites. Also it features few new metabolisms covering friend, like and prediction system which have a great impact on the chat app improvising it from seldom ones. 4. Weather Damage Prophery suing in BIGDATA In today’s world the prediction of weather is a challenging task. Weather prediction is the application of both science and technology in order to predict the weather for a particular location. Predictions include many parameters that are to be measured which are impossible with limited observations. The present predicting results are less accurate and the damages caused by it is not estimated because the time span between present moment and time for which forecasting is being made and released is varied. In order to find solution to these problems, we have come up with an algorithm using which would predict the scope of damage caused by the weather. 5. Multi Language Document Clustering using HDFS As there are hundreds of languages, exists millions of multiple language documents in web. The functionality allowing anyone to find information that is expressed in their language is bit important aspect to be considered. In this project we present the selection of documents that may contain many languages. This multi language clustering refers to the capability of users to retrieve documents written in a language different from a query language. This requirements are classified by stating that in a multi language information access information is retrieved, searched and presented effectively, without constraints due to the different languages and scripts used in documents and their metadata. 6. Web User Inteface for HDFS The HDFS Web UI is an HTML-based application used to configure and manage the HDFS from a remote client(web browser). By extending the HDFS Web UI, we can build a consistent, reliable, and extensible UI. The HDFS Web UI framework supports a simplified interaction model that consists of all types of operations that performs on HDFS: file handling, Permissions, and Replication etc. To present these items, the UI provides several page types. 7. Supplanting HDFS with BSFS Hadoop is a software framework based on the Map Reduce programming model. It depends on the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) as its primary storage system. To improve the performance, the HDFS layer of Hadoop can be replaced with a new, concurrency-optimized data storage layer called BlobSeer file system. The aim of the project is to compare the performance of HDFS and BSFS. In the proposed system by using create, read, write, delete operations in the distributed environment, performance of HDFS and BSFS is being tested. To find out which file system gives best performance for large and small datasets and also throughput time of the file system. 8. Web Search Engine Using Hadoop MapReduce Internet has become an extremely handy tool for releasing, disseminating and obtaining information. In the vast network of information, search engine technology has played the role of information navigation. A SEARCH ENGINE is a huge collection of everything in this world. In this project, we are going to develop a SEARCH ENGINE in an efficient way to search the required content using hadoop MapReduce. This project is to speed up the query and to find the exact documents semantically agreeable with the word provided by the user .This makes the user’s job easy in searching the required data very fast. 9. A New Strategy For Video Recommendation The system recommends personalized sets of videos to users based on their activity on the site. We discuss some of the unique challenges that the system faces and how we address them. Recommendations will done based on the user behaviour and frequently visited videos by the users and suggesting the videos by considering recent history. In addition to this, we will also show the user requested video (which was once not available when it was requested) when it gets available.
A distributed system is a collection of independent computers that appear to the users of the system as a single computer. The distributed system uses relatively cheaper computer systems with commodity hardware and by interconnecting them through high speed network it is possible to implement many features which were not possible earlier. The main advantages of the distributed systems are: availability, reliability, scalability and communication. It is possible to improve the performance of the applications executed in the distributed systems by carrying out parallel computations on the computers connected in the distributed system in a transparent manner (distributed and parallel processing). In this research center, we plan to do the following activities: (i) To provide training in Hadoop DFS, BlobSeer DFS and Mapreduce framework (used for distributed and parallel programming) (ii) To carry out research activities in distributed file system particularly for improving the performance of the read operations done on the DFS.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

1. T. Lakshmi Siva Rama Krishna, T. Ragunathan and Sudheer Kumar Battula,“Improving the Performance of Read Operations in Distributed File System” , International conference on computational intelligence and communication networks, CICN 2014, Bhopal, India. (This paper will be indexed by IEEE Xplore library) 2. T. Lakshmi Siva Rama Krishna, T. Ragunathan and Sudheer Kumar Battula, “Read and Write Performance Evaluation of Hadoop Distributed File System”, PAAP 2014, China. (Published in IEEE Xplore digital library) 3. T. Lakshmi Siva Rama Krishna and T. Ragunathan, “A Novel Technique for Improving the Performanceof read operations in BlobSeer Distributed File System”, presented at CSI BIG 2014, Conference on IT in Business, Industry and Government, Indore during 08-09, March 2014. 4. Mohak Sharma, P. Krishna Reddy, R. Uday Kiran and T. Ragunathan, Improving the Performance of Recommender System by Exploiting the Categories of Products, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2011, Volume 7108/2011, 137-146.
Data engineering is a multi-disciplinary field involves the number of technologies: (i) Data Visualization (ii) Data Analysis (iii) Knowledge engineering (iv) Database systems (v) Data Mining (vi) Web Mining. In this research center, we plan to conduct research in the following (i) Clustering (Data Mining) (ii) Web page ranking (iii) Recommender systems (iv) Transaction Processing and Concurrency Control.

Research Publications:

 

  • T. Ragunathan and P. Krishna Reddy, Speculation-Based Protocols for Improving the performance of Read-only Transactions, International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering, 2011, Vol 5, pages 226-242.
  • Mohit Goyal, T. Ragunathan and P. Krishna Reddy, Extending Speculation-Based Protocols for Read-only Transactions to Distributed Database Systems, HPCC 2010, conference proceedings, 527-532
  • T. Ragunathan, P. Krishna Reddy and Mohit Goyal, Semantics-Based Asynchronous Speculative Locking Protocol for Improving the Performance of Read-only Transactions, SpringSim 2010 conference, April 12-15, Orlando, Florida
  • T. Ragunathan and P. Krishna Reddy, Speculation-Based Protocols for Improving the Performance of Read-only Transactions, COMAD 2009 Ph.D.Workshop,December 9th, 2009, at ISIM, Mysore
  • T. Ragunathan and P. Krishna Reddy, Performance Evaluation of Speculation-Based Protocol for Read-only Transactions, ACM COMPUTE 2010 conference, January 22 & 23, Bangalore, India
  • Ragunathan, T. Krishna Reddy, P., Exploiting Semantics and Speculation for Improving the Performance of Read-only Transactions, COMAD 2008, December 17-19, IIT Bombay.
  • Ragunathan, T., Extending Speculation for Improving the Performance of Read-only Transactions, EDBT 2008 Ph.D Workshop, Nantes, France. (March 2008)
  • Ragunathan, T., Krishna Reddy, P, Improving the performance of Read-only Transactions through Asynchronous Speculation, HPCS 2008, ,Otawa,Canada., pp. 467-474. (April 2008)
  • Ragunathan, T., Krishna Reddy, P, Improving the performance of Read-only Transactions through Speculation, 5th International Workshop on Databases in Networked Information Systems, DNIS 2007, LNCS vol. 4777, pp. 203-221 (October 2007)
  • Improving the Performance of Read-only Transactions through Speculation, Poster Presentation, Techvista’07 at Microsoft India, Bangalore, January 23, 2007
  • Performance Enhancement of Read-only Transactions Using Speculative locking Protocol, Presented in, Sixth Annual Inter Research Institute Student Seminar in Computer Science (IRISS 2007) held at IIIT, Hyderabad during January 4-5, 2007.
  • Ayesha Ameen, Khaleel Ur Rahman Khan, B.Padmaja Rani, “Creation of Ontology in Education Domain” IEEE Fourth International Conference on Technology for Education(2012) organized by IIIT gachibowli,India,18-20 july 2012,pages 237- 238.
  • Ayesha Ameen, Khaleel Ur Rahman Khan, B.Padmaja Rani, “Ontological Student Profile”, The Second International Conference on Computational Science Engineering and Information Technology (CCSEIT-2012) organized by Avinashilingam University, October 26~28, Coimbatore, India.
  • Ayesha Ameen, Khaleel Ur Rahman Khan, B.Padmaja Rani,” Construction of University Ontology” 2 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies organized by IIITMK Trivandrum India, October 30-31, November 2, 2012.
  • Ayesha Banu , Syeda Sameen Fatima and Khaleel Ur Rahman”Building OWL Ontology: LMSO-Library Management System Ontology”, Second International Conference on Advances in Computing and Information Technology(ACITY 2012), July 13-15, 2012, India, Published in Advances in Intelligent Systems And Computing, Vol. 178, Springer, pp-521-530
  • Ayesha Banu , Syeda Sameen Fatima and Khaleel Ur Rahman”A Re-Usability Approach to Ontology Construction”, The Second International Conference on Computational Science Engineering and Information Technology (CCSEIT-2012) organized by Avinashilingam University, October 26~28, Coimbatore, India
  • Ameen Ayesha, Khaleel Ur Rahman Khan, and B. Padmaja Rani.”Extracting knowledge from Ontology using Jena for Semantic Web” paper is accepted for the conference IEEE’s INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES FOR CONVERGENCE OF TECHNOLOGY, Pune, India. 6 2013: th – 8 th April, 2014. link for the conferencehttp://www.i2ct.in .
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al.” A Threshold for clustering Concept – Drifting Categorical Data”, ELSEVIER, Procedia Engineering, 28-30 December 2011.
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al.” A Threshold for clustering Concept – Drifting Categorical Data”, ELSEVIER, Procedia Engineering, 28-30 December 2011.
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al.” Our-NIR: Node Importance Representative for Clustering of Categorical Data”, International Journal of Computer Science and Technology (IJCST) Vol.2, Issue 2, June 2011, pp. 80-82.(ISSN : 2229-4333(print) | ISSN : 0976-8491(online))
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al.” POur-NIR: Modified Node Importance Representative for Clustering of Categorical Data”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security (IJCSIS) Vol, 9, No. 4, April 2011, pp.146-150. (ISSN 1947-5500).
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al.” A Threshold for clustering Concept – Drifting Categorical Data”, IEEE 3 rd International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing (ICMLC), Vol, 3, Feb-2011, pp. 383-387.( (978-1-4244-9253/11/$26.00@2011 IEEE)
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al. “Clustering of Concept Drift Categorical Data using Our-NIR Method” International Journal of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (IJCEE) Dec-2011.
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al. “A Comparative study of Node importance in Categorica clustering” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Global Technology g (IJAEGT) Aug-2013.
  • Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju, G.Sreenivasulu et al. “Graph Based Approach for Clustering Categorical Data ” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Global Technology g (IJAEGT) October-2013.
  • G.Sreenivasulu, Dr.S.Viswanadha Raju et al. “Data labeling method based on Rough Entropy for categorical data clustering “ IEEE explre, Nov-2014.
Cloud is a pool of virtualized computer resources and provides various services (XaaS) in a scalable manner on subscription basis (Pay as you go model). The following are the major services provided by the cloud computing systems. IaaS (Infrastructure as a service) – Example: Amazon S3, EC2 PaaS (Platform as a service) – Example: Google App. Engine, MS Azure SaaS (Software as a service) – Example: Google Docs, Facebook In this research center we plan to do the following activities:
    • To provide training in Cloud Infrastructure and services using VmWare and Openstack
    • To implement virtual laboratory facilities for the College
    • To carry out research activities in
      1. Cloud Storage Systems
      2. Virtual Machine Migration in cloud computing systems
      3. Task scheduling in cloud computing systems.

A. CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES

We conducted a training program on “Cloud Infrastructure and Services” to our final year CSE/IT/EEE/ECE students. The following topics were taught in the course.
  • Classic data center
  • Virtualized data center – compute, storage, networking and desktop and application.
  • Business continuity in virtual data center
  • Cloud infrastructure and management
  • Cloud security and cloud migration considerations. Forty two of our final year students and 10 faculty members were qualified in EMC2 certification examinations.

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B. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Our faculty members have published the following papers (related to cloud computing) in international conferences/journals. Mohammed Abdul Azeem, Mohamed Sharfuddin and T. Ragunathan, Support-Based Replication Algorithm for Cloud Storage Systems, ACM COMPUTE 2014 International Conference, held at NIT, Nagpur, India. (This paper will be indexed by ACM digital library)

 C. ACHIEVEMENTS

S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Dr. S. Robert Ravi Evaluation of Strength and Durability Assessment for the Impact of Rice Husk Ash and Metakaolin at High Performance Concrete Mixes Article in press Elsevier – Materials Today: Proceedings May-21
2 Dr. M. Sridevi Permeability Studies on Quaternary Blended Bacterial Self-Compacting Concrete ISSN: 2395-5252, Vol.3 Issue 1, pp: 06-11 International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Management Jan-Feb   2021
3 Dr. M. Sridevi,
P. Srinivasa Rao, 
T. Seshadri Sekhar
Effect of Freezing and Thawing on Quaternary Blended Bacterial Self-compacting Concrete (QBBSCC) Vol. 8 l No. 4 i-manager’s Journal on Structural Engineering Mar-20
2019-20
1 A.S. Jeyabharathy,
Dr. S. Robert Ravi
Structural Behavior of Experimental Retrofitted RC Beam Using Natural Fibers with Neural Network ISSN No: 2249 8958
Vol. 8/ Issue-6
doi: 10.35940/ijeat
International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) 2019
2 Mr. Mohd. Khadeer,
Mrs. D. Vijaya
Modeling of Post Tensional Slab ISSN 0886-9367,
Vol.ll 
International Journal of Analytical and Experimental Modal analysis Dec-19
3 Dr. M. Sridevi,
P. Srinivasa Rao,
T. Seshadri Sekhar
Impact Strength of Quaternary Blended Self-Compacting Concrete (QBSCC) ISSN - 2278-7887
Vol. 8. No. 3
i-manager’s Journal on Structural Engineering Sept- Nov 2019
4 Dr. M. Sridevi,
P. Srinivasa Rao,
T. Seshadri Sekhar
Effect of Elevated Temperature on
Quaternary Blended Bacterial selfcompacting Concrete (QBBSCC)
Technical Paper The Indian Concrete Journal, Scopus Indexed, Special Edition Oct-19
2018-19
1 Chinchu Cherian,
Nikhil John Kollannur, Sandeep Bandipally,
Dali Naidu Arnepalli
Calcium adsorption on clays: Effects of mineralogy, pore fluid chemistry and temperature DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clay.2018.02.034
Applied Clay Science Feb-18
2 Swaminathen,
Prof. Robert Ravi
Durability response of high performance concrete with metakaolin and rice husk ash ISSN No: 2279-543X International Journal of Scientific Research and Review  2018
3  M. Kumaresan,
T. Ayyappan
Experimental Investigation of Waste Glass Powder and Fly Ash as Partial Replacement for Cement in Concrete ISSN No: 2249 – 6203 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2018
4 Vana Sateesh Kumar,
Dr. K.Purnanandam
Experimental Study on The Strength Characteristics of Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced And Cement Stabilized Expansive Soil ISSN: 2249–6645 International Journal
of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER)
Oct-18
5 Tadepalli Naga Srinu, Kallempudi Murali Mechanical properties of steel fiber Reinforced geopolymer concrete Incorporated with fly-ash & GGBS ISSN  No Print: 0976-6308
ISSN No Online: 0976-6316
International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) Mar-18
2017-18
1 Bandipally S, Cherian. C, Arnepalli. D. N  Characterization of Lime-Treated Bentonite Using Thermogravimetric Analysis for Assessing its Short-Term Strength Behaviour DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40098-018-0305-7 Indian Geotechnical Journal Vol. 102 May-17
2 G.Selvabharathi, K.Anbarasi, S.Robert Ravi and D.Dhanaraja Treatment of Tannery Wastewater by Activated Sludge Process ISSN No: 2229-712 X International journal of elixir renewable energy
Vol. 10/ No. 2 
Jan-17
3 Ayyappan Thangavel and  Elangovan Gopal Experimental Study on Removal of Chromium by using Cow Dung as Low Cost Adsorbents DOI: 10.22266/ijies2017.0430.02 International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems
Vol. 7/ No. 8
2017
4 S. Jagadeesh Babu and K.V. Swamy An analysis on land use/land cover mapping using remote Sensing and GIS techniques – a case study ISSN No: 2249-555X Indian Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4/ No. 5
Aug-17
5 Ch. Naresh kumar and D. Vijaya A comparative study on the properties of pervious concrete for pavements using flyash ISSN No: 2394-8442 IAETSD Journal For Advanced Research In Applied Sciences
Vol. 6/ No. 7
Oct-17
6 S. Jagadeesh Babu and K.V. Swamy Development of land and water resource action plan using remote sensing & GIS - a case study of Zaheerabad, Medak District, Telangana, India ISSN No 2277 – 8179 International Journal of Scientific Research
Vol. 6/ No. 7
Jul-17
7 Mr. Mohd Khadeer,
Mr. Muhammed Masihuddin Siddiqui
A study on effect of strength assignment to the columns to minimize the torsion in asymmetric Building ISSN No: 2394-8442 IAETSD Journal For Advanced Research In Applied Sciences
Vol. 4/ No. 5
Oct-17
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Dr. M. Prasad Smart farming by creating artificial environment using IoT for efficient crop growth 2321-9653
Doi/Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x8St6hGam3-EJpDeRUBi3gLXGEg1dw0y
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)
Published in UGC
2021
2 Dr. Shaik Abdul Ahad Electrification In Ship 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=11teephsXN5RQRsyE7jwYTCKhtjjKybQS
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)
3 Dr. S. Mani kuchibhatla Automatic boat for fisherman 2321-9653
Doi/Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ObtogkO4Vp9Emd9eto3a0QbNRwf8e2CE
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)
4 Dr. S. Mani Kuchibhatla Live location tracking system of a vehicle on google maps using iot and powered by solar 2395-0072
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ObtogkO4Vp9Emd9eto3a0QbNRwf8e2CE
International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
5 Mr. M. Rajasekhar Design and Monitoring of Solar Power Generation System for Domestic Applications using Matlab/Simulink 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1P8hoW_fTIg0XtkSUHIXIThSO4m6-nvPl 
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)
6 Mr. M. Rajasekhar Sun  tracking Solar Panel using IoT 2320-9364 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science (IJRES) 2021
7 Mr. J. Muni Chandra Sekhar Automatic grid switch control system Between two electrical sources 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1999iAcAntr02QLtwIsnr6PnMCumDSenD
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology 2021
8 Mr. J. Muni Chandra Sekhar Automatic waste segregation system 2395-5252
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pph7mgZfobWthbU4JDlJyHZwEu4wf8Yv
International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Management (IJAEM) 2021
9 Mr. B. Madhu The order reduction of high order continuos time mimo using modified pole clustering and simplified routh approximation method  2395-0056
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=10gURQtlbGwzzaz52PRqgi6kgZ1TQfWAF
International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) 2021
10 Mr. B. Madhu Reliability Evaluation of Bulk Power Systems Incorporating UPFC 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VmBSJGBpz6eTFYr5mKG5IvywUaYTiN2H
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) 2021
11 Ms. G. Rajitha Analysis and Designing of IOT Based Smart Helmet 2395-0056
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gMTEpqCrI6FxhFOa7WojfPKKcBw6gRf8
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) 2021
12 Ms. G. Rajitha A Multi Energy Source UPS System using IoT 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1IXuy0OM9XTKBIeOG8Ebi9_DcDMokwlhe
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) 2021
13 Ms. D. Sharanya Solar Median Strip 2321-9653
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1chA9AHnn0-syFL1l3SxTIY3PNzO7cRme
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) 2021
14 Mrs. A. Sunantha   Movable road divider for organised Vehicular traffic control with monitoring over IoT 2320- 9364
Doi/Link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KXN2VdYaCIL_c9nHjPlUGVuXXIkrn81Q
International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science (IJRES) 2021
15 Dr. S. Mani Kuchibhatla Signal punisher and ambulance detection with advanced traffic controlling system 2349-5138
Doi/Link:
http://www.ijrar.org/papers/IJRAR2002209.pdf
International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews  May-20
2019-20
1 Dr. M. Prasad Design and Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic fed Z-Source Inverter based Dynamic Voltage Restorer 1026-3098
Doi/Link: 10.24200/sci.2019.51096.2000
Citations: 1
Scientia Iranica, Transaction D: Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical Engineering 2020
2 Dr. M. Prasad Performance of Six-Leg Solar Photovoltaic based ZSI-DVR Doi/Link:
10.1109/CISPSSE49931.2020.9212220
IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Smart Power System and Sustainable Energy (CISPSSE-2020), July 29-31, 2020, Government College of Engineering, Keonjhar, Odisha 2020
3 Dr. M. Prasad Power Quality improvement by using DSTATCOM with different control strategies- - International Conference on Intelligent Computing Smart Communication Technologies (ICSCT-2019), 26-27 July 2019, Anurag Group of Institution, India 2019
4 Dr. M. Prasad ZSI based DVR to Enhance the Performance of a Hybrid Power System using PI Controller - International Conference on Intelligent Computing Smart Communication Technologies (ICSCT-2019), 26-27 July 2019, Anurag Group of Institution, India 2019
5 Ms.S.Mani Kuchibhatla A New Meta Heuristic Algorithm based FACTS SSFC Implementation for Power Quality Enrichment in Grid Inter Connected System with Renewable Energy Sources,” 2278-3075
Doi/Link:
https://www.ijitee.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v8i9S3/I30780789S319.pdf
International journal of technology and exploring engineering (IJITEE) 2019
2018-19
1 Dr.M.Prasad Voltage and Current Quality Improvement by Solar Photovoltaic fed ZSI- DVR 1561-882X 6th international conference on smart computing and communications ICSCC 2017  
2 Dr.M.Prasad Performance Comparison of Voltage Swell Characteristics in Power Distribution System - IEEE International Conference on Current Trends Towards Converging Technologies (ICCTCT-2018), 1-3 March 2018, SVS College of Engineering, India, pp.1-6  
3 Dr.M.Prasad Voltage Swell Minimization by Solar Photovoltaic fed Impedance Source Inverter based DVR - IEEE International Conference on Current Trends Towards Converging Technologies (ICCTCT-2018), 1-3 March 2018, SVS College of Engineering, India, pp.1-6  
2 Dr.S.Mani
Kuchibhatla
“Adaptive Technique for PQ Analysis in Renewable sources with Grid Integrated SSFC” 1868-5137 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing,    
3 Dr.S.Mani
Kuchibhatla
" Effect of carrier frequency in grid interconnected wind system with SSFC controller,” 2088-8694  International journal of power electronics and Drive systems (IJPEDS)  
4 Dr.S.Mani
Kuchibhatla
A New Meta Heuristic Algorithm based FACTS –SSFC Implementation for Power Quality Enrichment in Grid Inter connected system with Renewable Energy Sources. ISBN: 978-81-938463-0-8. 2nd International Conference
on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Sciences & Management (ICEESM’18),
 
5 Dr.S.Mani
Kuchibhatla
PLC Controlled Elevator System using XC1 PLC through Ladder Programming. 2348-8379, International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SSRG  
6 Dr.S.Mani
Kuchibhatla
GSM based Scada Execution for Industrial Applications with security System 2235-767X European Journal of Business & Social Sciences  
7 Ms.A.Sunantha PLC Controlled Elevator System using XC1 PLC through Ladder Programming. 2348-8379 International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SSRG  
8 Ms.G.Rajitha PLC Controlled Elevator System using XC1 PLC through Ladder Programming. 2348-8379 International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SSRG  
9 Ms.G.Rajitha Trinetra - The Security Robot 2321-9653 International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology  
10 Ms.G.Rajitha Smart Car Parking System Using FX1U PLC 2321-9653 International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology  
2017-18
1 M. Prasad Comparison of Solar Photovoltaic fed Z-Source Inverter based UPQC with Conventional Inverters(SCI)     Jan
2017
2 M. Prasad Voltage and Current Quality Improvement by Solar Photovoltaic fed ZSI-DVR(SCOPUS)     Dec
2018
3 M. Prasad Comparative Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic VSI, CSI and ZSI based UPQC for Mitigation of Voltage Sags and Harmonics(SCORPUS)     Jan
2017
4 M. Prasad Voltage Sag, Swell and Harmonics Mitigation by Solar Photovoltaic fed ZSI based UPQC(SCOPUS)     Dec
2017
5 M. Prasad Comparative Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic fed Z-Source Inverter based UPQC for Power Quality Enhancement(SCOPUS)     August
2017
6 M. Prasad Mitigation of Power Quality Problems Using Custom Power Devices(SCOPUS)     Sept
2017
7 M. Prasad Performance Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic fed Z-Source Inverter based Series Connected Custom Power Device     March
2017
8 M. Prasad Performance Comparison of Voltage Swell Characteristics in Power Distribution System(IEEE)     March
2018
9 M. Prasad Voltage Swell Minimization by Solar Photovoltaic fed Impedance Source Inverter based DVR(IEEE)     March
2018
10 M. Prasad Comparison of Solar Photovoltaic fed VSI, CSI and ZSI based DVR     Dec 2017
11 J.Munichandra shekar Comparison of solar photo voltaic fed VSI,CSI and ZSI based DVR(National Conference)     Dec 2017
12 G.Rajitha Power Monitoring System using XCI PLC     March
2018
13 B. Madhu 20 kWp roof top solar power plant at ACE Engineering College     Dec 2017
14 B. Madhu Comparison between variable switching frequency and timer controller with constant switching frequency techniques for PFC converter –National conference(EFIDC)-2017     Sept
2017
15 B. Madhu Reliability Modeling and Evaluation of Electrical Power insulation Using Genetic Algorithm     Dec 2017
16 E. Yadesh Reliability Modeling and Evaluation of Electrical Power insulation Using Genetic Algorithm     Dec 2017
17 Purna Chandra Reliability Modeling and Evaluation of Electrical Power insulation Using Genetic Algorithm     Dec 2017
18 K.S. Mani Enhancement of Power Quality in wind connected grid system Using SSFC with Fuzzy Logic Controller 13(4):934-939,2108
ISSN:1816-949X. (SCOPUS)
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences  Nov 2017
19 K.S. Mani Hardware Implementation of Fully Automated Solar Grass Cutter. ISSN: 2349-4689
Issue 104, Volume 36, Number 02
International journal of scientific progress and research (IJSPR) 2017
20 D.Jayahar Comparison between variable switching frequency and timer controller with constant switching frequency techniques for PFC converter   National conference (EFIDC) 2017
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Mr. M. Sandeep Design and Analysis of Solar Flat Plate Collector Volume XIII, Issue II The International journal of analytical and experimental modal analysis 2021
2 Mr. M. Sandeep Finite element simulation for predicting temperature and residual stresses distribution developed in dissimilar welds of Monel 400  and AISI 309L DOI Link: 10.1080/2374068X.2021.1948702 Advances in Advances in Material and Processing Technologies 2021
3 Mr. M. Sandeep Experimental investigation on temperature profiles and residual stresses in GTAW dissimilar weldments of AA5052 and AA7075 DOI Link: 10.1080/2374068X.2021.1948702 Advances in Advances in Material and Processing Technologies 2021
4 Mr. M. Sandeep Analysis of Machining Parameters on D2Tool Steel in Wire Cut EDM Springer Proceedings in Materials,               Vol 8. Springer, Singapore Advances in Lightweight Materials and Structures 2020
5 Mr. M. Sandeep Experimental Execution Analysis of Wire Electric Discharge Machining Springer Proceedings in Materials,               Vol 8. Springer, Singapore Advances in Lightweight Materials and Structures 2020
6 Mr. M. Sandeep Effect Of Mechanical Behaviour On Epoxy E Glass And Carbon Fibre Reinforced Composites Volume: 7, Issue: 18: 1057-1068
DOI Link: 10.31838/jcr.07.18.139
JCR 2020
7 Mr. M. Sandeep Modeling and analysis of residual stresses in castings using AlSi12(Fe) and NiCu30(Fe) materials Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 912 - 032047 IOP Publishing doi:10.1088/1757-899X/912/3/032047 3rd International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME 2020) 2020
8 Ms. Mounika Ragamshetty A review on Gear Parameters optimization using composite materials ISSN 2349-5162- Vol 7-Issue 7 JETIR, International Journal 2020
2019-20
1 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep Optimization of analytical modelling of aluminium-multiwall carbon nanotube composites Materials Today:proceedings,Elsevier < SCOPUS INDEXED journal>ISSN: 2214-7853 ICMMSE 2019
2 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep Enhancement And Gray Relational Analysis Of En 31steel Using Parameters Of Wire Cut Electric Discharge Machine Materials Today:proceedings,Elsevier < SCOPUS INDEXED journal>ISSN: 2214-7853 (sciencedirect.com) ICMMSE 2019
3 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep Optimization of Deep Drawing Process Parameters for Cylindrical Cup Materials Today: proceedings, Elsevier < SCOPUS INDEXED journal>ISSN: 2214-7853 (sciencedirect.com) ICMMSE 2019
4 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep Experimental Investigation and Optimization of MRR, Surface Roughness and Overcut of AISI 316 Stainless Steel in EDM using Taguchi Method  < SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL>ISSN: 2005-4238 IJAST  VOLUME 28 ISSUE 16 International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology   2019
5 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep Fabrication of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) & Comparing Experimental Result (Tensile & Bending) of CFRP (Unidirectional & Bidirectional) With Aluminum (Al7075) <SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL>ISSN: 2005-4238 IJAST VOLUME 28 ISSUE 16  International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology  2019
6 Mr. Manikyam Sandeep A mobile robotic welding robot will be verified both theoretically and empirically using AWS and ASTM standards < SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL>ISSN: 2277-3878 VOLUME 8 ISSUE-5 International Journal Of  Recent Technology And Engineering  2020
7 Mr. Alapati Bhargav A mobile robotic welding robot will be verified both theoretically and empirically using AWS and ASTM standards <SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL>ISSN: 2277-3878 VOLUME 8 ISSUE -5 International Journal Of  Recent Technology And Engineering  2019
8 Mr. Habeeb-Ur-Rahman Fabrication of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) & Comparing Experimental Result (Tensile & Bending) of CFRP (Unidirectional & Bidirectional) With Aluminum (Al7075) <SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL>ISSN: 2005-4238 IJAST VOLUME 28 ISSUE 1 International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology  2019
9 Mr. M. Sandeep Laser Heat Treatment Was Performed To Improve the Bending Property Of Laser Welded Joints Of Low-Alloy Ultrahigh-Strength Steel With Minimized Strength Loss Vol. No. 83, ISSN 0193-4120  Test Engineering & Management 2020
10 Mr. M. Sandeep A mobile robotic welding robot will be verified both theoretically and empirically using AWS and ASTM standards ISSN 2277-3878,Volume -8 Issue 5 International Journal Of Recent Technology And Engineering  2020
11 Ms. Rajita S.  Reconditioning & Improvisation of the Lead-Acid Battery ISSN: 0193-4120 Page no: 905-910 The Mattingley Publishing CO, Inc. 2020
12 Mr. Ch. Raju Reconditioning & Improvisation of the Lead-Acid Battery ISSN: 0193-4120 Page no: 905-910 The Mattingley Publishing CO, Inc. 2020
2018-19
1 Mr. M. Sandeep Fabrication and Analysis of Aluminium based Nano Composites Reinforced with Carbon NanoTubes” in International Journal of Research in Advent Technology E-ISSN: 2321-9637 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology 2019
2 Mr. M. Sandeep Experimental Investigation of Welding Processes on Process Parameters E-ISSN: 2321-9637 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology 2019
3 Mr. A. Abinay Fabrication and Analysis of Aluminium based Nano Composites Reinforced with Carbon NanoTubes E-ISSN: 2321-9637 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology 2019
4 Mr. A. Abinay Experimental Investigation of Welding Processes on Process Parameters E-ISSN: 2321-9637 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology 2019
2017-18
1 Dr. P. Venkateswara Reddy  A review of evolutionary algorithms for multi product and multi modal distribution problems ISSN: 2320 -0758
ISSUE NO:3 VOLUME: 9 
Journal of Material Management- Materials Management Review (MMR)  2017
2 Dr.T. Raja Santhosh Kumar  A Comparative Study on the Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Alloy and the MMC Volume 2, Issue 19 PP-40-47  IJRSAE 2017
3 Dr.T. Raja Santhosh Kumar  Outline And Dynamic Analysis of Flywheel ISSN: 2349-4689
Issue 92, Vol. 33 pp-29-34, No. 01
International Journal of  Scientific progress and Research (IJSPR) 2017
4 M.Sandeep Design And Fabrication Of Multi Functional Pedal Operated Machine Volume 08, Issue 6 International Journal Of Mechanical Engineering & Technology (IJMET) 2017
5 Mr. C. Venkatesh   The Effect of Friction Stir Welding on Aluminum Alloy To Alloy steel Volume-5, ISSUE-4, pp.17-29
ISSN: 2320-2882
International Journal Of Creative Research(IJCRT)  2017
6 G.Suresh   The Effect of Friction Stir Welding on Aluminum Alloy To Alloy steel Volume-5, ISSUE-4, pp.17-29
ISSN: 2320-2882
International Journal Of Creative Research(IJCRT)  2017
7 B. Chaitanya  Effect of Deformation on the properties of Al-4Cu-05Mg-2SiC Powder Metallurgy Composite Volume-3, ISSUE-6,
ISSN: 2320-2882
International Journal Of Civil,Mechanical and Science (IJCMES)  2017
8 G.Suresh   Study on Impact of Microstructure and Hardness of Aluminum Alloy After Friction Stir Welding Volume-4,Issue-9 ISSN:2349-6495 International Journal Of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS)  2017
9 G.Suresh   Enhanced Mechanical and Micro Structural Properties of AL-Mg-Si Age Hardening Alloy To Heat Treatment Alloy Via Friction stir welding Volume-4,ISSUE-10
ISSN:2348-4470
International Journal Of Advanced Engineering Research and Development(IJAERD) 2017
10 Mula Mahender  The Effect of Friction Stir Welding on Aluminum Alloy To Alloy steel Volume-5,ISSUE-4 pp.17-29.
ISSN: 2320-2882
International Journal Of Creative Research (IJCRT)  2017
11 C.Venkatesh   Effect of Deformation on the properties of Al-4Cu-05Mg-2SiC Powder Metallurgy Composite Volume-3,ISSUE-6  International Journal Of Civil,Mechanical and Science (IJCMES) 2017
12 R.Mounika  Enhanced Mechanical and Micro Structural Properties of AL-Mg-Si Age Hardening Alloy To Heat Treatment Alloy Via Friction stir welding Volume-4,ISSUE-10
ISSN:2348-4470
International Journal Of Advanced Engineering Research and Development (IJAERD) 2017
13 G.Suresh   Effect of Deformation on the properties of Al-4Cu-05Mg-2SiC Powder Metallurgy Composite Volume-3,ISSUE-6 International Journal Of Civil, Mechanical and Science (IJCMES)  2017
14 M. Sandeep  Analysis and Fabrication of Heat Pipe and Thermosyphon Volume 08, Issue 11 Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology (IJMET),  2017
15 A. Abinay Analysis and Fabrication of Heat Pipe and Thermosyphon Volume 08, Issue 11 International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology (IJMET) 2017
16 Dr.T.Raja Santhosh Kumar   Static and Thermal Analysis of train Brake Pad Volume:3  Issue:1 1-8
ISSN-2455-6300
AIJREAS 2017
17 V. Shilpa  Modeling and Analysis of Base Plate by FEM using ANSYS Volume:3  Issue:1 1-8
ISSN-2455-6300
AIJREAS 2017
18 Dr.T.Raja Santhosh Kumar   Analysis on Friction Stir Welding Volume:3  Issue:1 1-8
ISSN-2455-6300
AIJREAS 2017
19 M. Sandeep  Fabrication of Different Types of Cylinders for Four Stroke Engine Volume 7, Issue. 3 IJERT 2017
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research paper ISSN Number Journal Name & details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Gap coupled four element MIMO array for 5G applications   9th World Conference on Applied science Engineering And Management Theme Entrepreneurship and Innovation In The Age Of Sustainability, American Business School of Paris, France 17-18 Dec, 2020
2019-20
1 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Compact High Gain Hexagonal Fractal Antenna for 5G Applications DOI:10.1109/ANTS47819.2019.9118053 IEEE Digital Explore, IFERPC, https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/docume nt/9118053/metrics#metrics, Dec-19
2 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Variation of electromagnetic properties of soils over frequency range of 1MHz to 10MHz   Scopus indexed, IJIRSET http://www.ijirset.com/upload/2020/januar y/43_6_VARIATION.PDF Jan-20
3 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Hexagonal Fractal Antenna for 5G Applications ISSN: 0193-4120 Scopus indexed, TEST Engineering and Management Journal, Vol82, January -February 2020, pp.2733-2737 January -February 2020
5 Prof. M.RaviKumar Internet of Vehicles (IOV) Based on Dragon flying Optimizer Clustering Algorithm (CAVDO)   MANTECH publications Jan-20
6 Mr. Y.V.S. Durga Prasad Internet of Vehicles (IOV) Based on Dragon flying Optimizer Clustering Algorithm (CAVDO)   MANTECH publications Jan-20
7 Mr. P. Srikanth Internet of Vehicles (IOV) Based on Dragon flying Optimizer Clustering Algorithm (CAVDO)   MANTECH publications Jan-20
8 Ms.M.Usha Rani Variation of electromagnetic properties of soils over frequency range of 1MHz to 10MHz   IJIRSET Jan-20
9 Ms.M.Usha Rani Simplistic approach to alleviate noise coupling issues in 3D IC integration   Materials Today: Proceedings,ELSEVIER Jun.2020
10 Mr.J.Sampath Kumar Variation of electromagnetic properties of soils over frequency range of 1MHz to 10MHz   IJIRSET Jan-20
11 Mr. M. Mysaiah Implementation of 2’s Complement Of 4-Bit Binary Numbers Using Majority Logic ISSN NO: 0377-9254 Journal of engineering services Sep-19
12 Mr. D. V. S.Ramanjaneyulu Internet of Vehicles (IOV) Based on Dragon flying Optimizer Clustering Algorithm (CAVDO)   MANTECH publications Jan-20
2018-19
1 Dr.B.L.Raju 256K Memory Bank Design with 9T SRAM Bit Cell and 22nm CNTFET Optimizing for Low Power and Area   Scopus index, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)  March, 2019
2 Dr.B.L.Raju CNTFET based 16 bit alu design with sleepy keeper and svl low power technique operating at 15GHZ Vol.10,09 special issue 2018 Scopus index, Journal of advanced research in dynamical and control systems.( JARDCS)  2018
3 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Design of Arrays using Twisted Arm Slot Coupled Waveguide Junction   IJRECE JANUARY- MARCH 2019
4 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Empirical wavelet transforms for the analysis of radar echo signals   International journal of engineering and technology  Oct-18
5 Dr.P.Satish Kumar Design of 32 bit data path unit of ARM7 microprocessor using sub threshold current mode logic   Helix the scientific explorer  28th February 2018
6 Dr.P.Satish Kumar Implementation of 16-bit SAR in CMOS and threshold cml techniques   International journal of engineering and technologyn(SPC) 2018
7 Dr.P.Satish Kumar Implementation of data path components of ARM7 microprocessor using su  threshold current mode logic with sleep transistor technique   International journal of engineering and technologyn(SPC) 2018
8 Dr.P.Satish Kumar Voltage controlled oscillator-based analog to digital converter using current mode logic approach   Helix the scientific explorer  2018
9 Dr.B.L.Raju A high performance BPSK trans receiver using level converter for communication systems   Scopus Indexed SPRINGER International Conference, CNC 2018, Gwalior, India. Oct-18
10 Dr. P Satish Kumar Multiple reliable routes selection algorithm to prolong lifetime in mobile Ad Hoc networks   ICICT 2018
11 Mr A.Rajesh A high performance BPSK trans receiver using level converter for communication systems   Scopus Indexed SPRINGER International Conference, CNC 2018, Gwalior, India. Oct-18
2017-18
1 Dr.B.L.Raju Design of High-Performance Logic Level Converter for BPSK Tran receiver E-ISSN 2250–2459 IJETAE Dec-17
2 Dr.B.L.Raju VLSI Architecture for Fast Recovery from NBTI in SRAM Cell   IEEE XPLORE Scopus Index 2017 Second IJEC & CT  Feb-17
3 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Analysis of SAR in Human Blood, Bones and Muscles due to Mobile waves at 900MHz, 1800MHzand 2400MHz ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 13, Number 5 (2018) pp. 2125-2129 IJAER, Scopus indexed 2018
4 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Effect of EM wave from mobile phone on skin depth in human blood, bone and muscle Scopus indexed, ISSN: 2249-8613 (Online)   2017
5 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba SAR reduction in the modelled human head for the mobile phone using different Material shields Scopus indexed Hum. Cent. Comput. Inf. Sci.  2016
6 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba RF optimization of GSM networks using antenna parameters ISSN: 2454-356X IJASTEMS Jun-17
7 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba Influence of Slot width of Inclined Slot Coupled Waveguide Shunt Tee on Resonant Frequency      
8 Dr.V.S.S.N Srinivasa Baba   International Journal of Research   Aug-17
9 Dr.Y.Chakrapani Novel hybrid segmentation techniques for cardiac image processing in remote health care monitoring systems ISSN 2156-7018  Volume 7, Number 5 (2017) pp. 2125-2129   Oct-17
10 Dr. P. Satish Kumar Design of 32 Bit Data path Unit of ARM7 Microprocessor using Sub threshold Current Mode Logic   Helix Vol. 8(2): 3112-3118 28th February 2018
11 Dr. P. Satish Kumar Voltage Controlled Oscillator Based Analog to Digital Converter using Current Mode Logic Approach   Helix Vol. 8(2): 3164-3169 28th February 2018
12 Dr. P. Satish Kumar Implementation of 16 bit SAR ADC in CMOS and sub threshold CML techniques   IJET 7(2.12) 2018253-256 May-18
13 Dr. P. Satish Kumar Implementation of data path components of ARM7 microprocessor using sub threshold current mode logic with sleep transistor technique   IJET 7(2.12) 2018257-260 May-18
14 Dr.P.Sumitha bhashini Perception of Complexity and interference of user transmitting signal being resolved by using Ootbc in MIMO.   NTSET-2018 2nd & 3rd 2/1/2018
15 Dr. Ch. Sreenivasa Rao Differentiated Service Model for Best Effort Packet Delivery in Advanced Wireless Networks, ISSN: 2309-4893 IJAEGT Jan-17
16 Dr. Ch. Sreenivasa Rao Priority Station Based Queuing Approach to Improve Quality of Service in IEEE 802.11e EDCF ISSN: 0974-6846 IJST May 2017.
17 Prof. M. Ravi Kumar Performance Approach of AODV, DSR and DSDV protocols IEEE 8021.15.4 for vehicular networks Using NS2 ISSN: 2321-9637   Jan-17
18 Mr. S. Karunakar Reddy Improving performance of wireless sensor networks using priority based load balanced clustering dual data uploading  ISSN: 2393-9028 IJRECE Mar-18
19 Mr. S. Karunakar Reddy Development of a MATLAB simulation for vehicle to vehicle and infrastructure communication based on IEEE 802.11P ISSN: 2393-9028   Sept.2017
20 Mr. S. Rajendra Kumar Development of a MATLAB simulation for vehicle to vehicle and infrastructure communication based on IEEE 802.11P ISSN: 2393-9029   Sept.2017
21 Mr. Y.V.S. Durga Prasad Improving performance of wireless sensor networks using priority based load balanced clustering dual data uploading.   IJRECE Mar-18
22 Mr. Y.V.S. Durga Prasad Performance Approach of AODV, DSR and DSDV protocols IEEE 8021.15.4 for vehicular networks Using NS2     Jan-18
23 Mr. Y.V.S. Durga Prasad RF optimization of GSM networks using antenna parameters. ISSN: 2454-356X IJASTEMS Jun-17
24 Mr. Y.V.S. Durga Prasad Simulation of Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum for Wireless Communication Systems usingSimulink ISSN No: 2456 – 6470   May-Jun 2018
25 Ms. M. Usha Rani Analysis of SAR in human blood, bones and Muscles doe to mobile waves at 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2400MHz. ISSN 0973-4562    2018
26 Ms. M. Usha Rani Effect of EM wave from mobile phone on skin depth in human blood, bone and muscle ISSN: 2249-8613 (Online), ISSN: 2321-5151   2017
27 Ms. M. Usha Rani RF optimization of GSM networks using antenna parameters. ISSN: 2454-356X IJASTEMS Jun-17
28 Ms. M. Usha Rani Influence of Slot width of Inclined Slot Coupled Waveguide Shunt Tee on Resonant Frequency   International Journal of Research Aug-17
29 Mr. M. Mysaiah Performance Approach of AODV, DSR and DSDV protocols IEEE 8021.15.4 for vehicular networks Using NS2 E-ISSN: 2321-9637   Jan-18
30 Mr. D. V. S. Ramanjaneyulu Performance Approach of AODV, DSR and DSDV protocols IEEE 8021.15.4 for vehicular networks Using NS2 E-ISSN: 2321-9637   Jan-18
31 Mr. D. V. S. Ramanjaneyulu Development of a MATLAB simulation for vehicle to vehicle and infrastructure communication based on IEEE 802.11P E-ISSN: 2321-9637   Sept.2017
32 Mr. K.Venkateshwarlu Simulation of Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum for Wireless Communication Systems using Simulink ISSN No: 2456 – 6470   May-Jun 2018
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020 - 21
1 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Legitimate-path Formation for AODV under black hole attack in MANETs ISBN:978-1-7281-6388-8 2020 4th International Conference on Electronics, Communication and Aerospace Technology (ICECA), Coimbatore, 2020, pp. 806-813 Publisher: IEEE November. 2020
2 Mr. G. Sreenivasulu Text summarization using Natural Language Processing”   Fifth International Conference on Information and Communication Technology December 2020 organized by GR Foundation and Springer. Springer Conference 11th -12th December 2020.
3 Dr. P. Chiranjeevi Classification of Product Review Polarity using LSTM”   4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Communication & Electronics (ICCE-2020) (28th and 29th, November 2020) organized by KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. Nov-20
4 Dr. Ravi Uyyala Reversible Data Hiding Using Reference Pixel Based Prediction”   5th IAPR International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP 2020) organized by Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad. 4th to 6th December 2020
5 Dr. Ravi Uyyala Reversible Data Hiding with Selected Directional Context Based Prediction Using 8-Neighborhood” ISBN:978-1-7281-6829-6 “2020 IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Computing and Communication Technologies (CONECCT)” 2-4 July 2020
6 Dr. Ravi Uyyala Reversible Data Hiding Using Multi-Layer Perceptron Based Pixel Prediction” ACM ISBN 978-1-4503-7759-1. In IAIT ’20: The 11th International Conference on Advances in Information Technology, July 01–03, 2020, Bangkok, Thailand.  ACM, New York, NY, USA, 8 pages. https://doi.org/10.1145/nnnnnnn.nnnnnnn July 01–03, 2020
7 Mr. K. Prem Kumar Virtual Machine Consolidation using Modified Lion Optimization Algorithm to Improve Energy Efficiency in Cloud Computing Environment” ISSN print: 0976-6480 Online: 0976-6499 International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET), Volume 11, Issue 12, pp. 1593-1608. IAEME Publication, Scopus Indexed. Dec-20
8 Mr. Ch. Vijaya Kumar Classification of Product Review Polarity using LSTM”   4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Communication & Electronics (ICCE-2020) (28th and 29th, November 2020) organized by KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. Nov-20
9 Mr. A. Ramesh Classification of Product Review Polarity using LSTM”   4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Communication & Electronics (ICCE-2020) (28th and 29th, November 2020) organized by KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. Nov-20
10 Mrs. M. SilpaRaj Preserving Location Privacy in the Presence of Sybil Attacks in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks”   Solid State Technology, Volume:63 Issue:5 Page:3032-3052 2020
11 Ms. D. Lakshmi Rohitha Facial Emotion Recognition to Examine Human Face Using Hybridization Method Print ISBN 978-981-15-9292-8 Sravanthi A., Sindhuja B., Lakshmi Rohitha D. (2021) Facial Emotion Recognition to Examine Human Face Using Hybridization Method. In: Kiran Mai C., Kiranmayee B.V., Favorskaya M.N., Chandra Satapathy S., Raju K.S. (eds) Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Computer Engineering and Communication Systems. Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems, vol 20. Springer, Singapore  
12 Mr. Moksud Alam Mallik Identification of Interested Web Users using Decision Tree Classifier”   Second International Conference on Advances in Electrical and Computer Technologies 2020(ICAECT 2020)” Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, Springer Conference 12th to 13th June 2020
13 Mr. Moksud Alam Mallik A Survey on parallel clustering techniques for big data framework”   1st Global Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications” organized by Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Engineering & Management, Jaipur. Springer Conference September 8-10, 2020
2019 - 20
1 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan An effective Congestion Control System for Vehicular Adhoc Networks using Multidimensional Data Clustering Print ISBN 978-3-030-34514-3 Online ISBN 978-3-030-34515-0 Sustainable Communication Networks & Applications. ICSCN 2019. Lecture Notes on Data Engg & Communications Technologies, Vol 39, Springer, Cham, pp 224-230, Publisher Name: Springer, Cham 07-Nov-19
2 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Network Based Anomaly Intrusion Detection System in MANETS ISBN 978-1-7281-2814-6 2020 Fourth International Conference on Inventive Systems & Control (ICISC), Coimbatore, India, 2020, pp. 881-886. 8-10 Jan 2020
3 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Handover Management using IEEE 802.11 & IEEE 802.16 standards in MANETS   Scopus Indexed Springer Lecture Notes Sep-19
4 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Detection & Interception of Black hole attack with justification using Anomaly based Intrusion detection system in MANETS   JARDC 2019
5 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Power Management Strategies in MANETS ISSN: 2277-3878 IJRTE Jun-19
6 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan An intersection point based optimal Node Placement Algorithm for wireless sensor networks ISSN: 2278-3075 IJITEE Jun-19
7 Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi Comprehensive Project Management Framework using Machine Learning ISSN: 2277-3878 IJRTE Jul-19
8 Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi Predictive Analytics for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Detection ISSN: 2278-3075 IJITEE Jul-19
9 Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi MLSCD - Stress Detection Analysis model using Stress Symptoms ISSN: 0193-4120 Test Engg & Management, The Mattingley Publishing Co., Inc. Scopus indexed Nov-Dec 2019
10 Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi Work-life Balance Analysis Score Model ISSN: 2249-8958 IJEAT, Scopus indexed Dec-19
11 Dr. B. Rangaswamy Anticipated parallel processing based algorithm for improving the performance of the distributed file system using collaborative caching   Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol 11, Issue: 01-Special Issue. 2019
12 Mr. K. Prem Kumar  An efficient load balancing technique based on Cuck Search & Firefly Agorithm in Cloud ISSN: 2185-3118 International Journal of Intelligent Engineering System, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 422-432 Feb-20
13 Mr. V. Maheswar Reddy An efficient intrusion detection system with convolutional neural network ISBN 978-981-15-3337-2 ICACII Feb-20
14 Mr. V. Maheswar Reddy Intrusion detection system using Multilayer Neural networks   Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol 11, Issue: 5 2019
15 Mr. V. Maheswar Reddy Intrusion detection system using SMIFS & Multiclass & Multilayer perceptron ISSN: 2278-3075 IJITEE Jul-19
2018 - 19
1 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Using Diverse Feature for Opinion Mining of "Kerala Floods 2018" ISSN: 2277-3878 International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), Volume-7, Issue-ICETESM, Mar-19
2 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Wilcoxon Signed Rank Based Feature Selection for Sentiment Classification” Print ISBN978-981-10-8227-6 Online ISBN978-981-10-8228-3 Sayeedunnisa S.F., Hegde N.P., Khan K.U.R. (2018) Wilcoxon Signed Rank Based Feature Selection for Sentiment Classification. In: Bhateja V., Tavares J., Rani B., Prasad V., Raju K. (eds) Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Informatics. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 712. Springer, Singapore. 24th July 2018
3 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Scalable and energy efficient task offloading schemes for vehicular cloud computing” DOI: 10.5121/ ijcnc.2018.10603 International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications (IJCNC) Vol.10, No.6, November 2018 Nov-18
4 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “A Multi Order key Sharing and Dual Channel Based Secure Routing for WSN” ISSN: 2277-3878 International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), Volume-7 Issue-4, November 2018 Nov-18
5 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Classifying opinion by multi objective polarity of product reviews from Twitter streams “ ISSN: 1943-023X COMOP: Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Issue: 08-Special Issue. 2018
Year: 2018, Pages: 811-824
6 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Proposals on the mitigation approaches for network layer attacks on MANET” ISSN: 2277-3878 International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) , Volume-7, Issue-6S. Mar-19
7 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Maneuvering Black-Hole Attack Using Different Traffic Generators in MANETs” Print ISBN 978-981-13-6094-7  Springer Conference Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  (AISC) volume 910, pp 101-115 Feb-19
8 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Privacy Preserving Dynamically Indexed Multi-Phrase Search over Encrypted Data ISBN: 978-1-5386-5314-2 IEEE       2018 International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI) 19-22 Sept. 2018
9 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Detection and prevention of black hole attack using Dymo in Manets”   Journal of Mobile Computing, Communications & Mobile Networks, Vol. 5,No.2 Sep-18
10 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “A Survey on Network Layer Attacks and Their Mitigation Strategies on MANET”   International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering Mar-19
11 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Power Consumption Analysis in Multi-hop Networks of Mobile Environments” Print ISBN: 978-981-13-3803-8 Futuristic Trends in Network and Communication Technologies. FTNCT 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 958. Springer, Singapore Dec-18
12 Mr. K. Prem Kumar “Gravitational Emulation-Grey wolf Optimization technique for Load balancing in Cloud Computing” 978-1-5386-5657-0/18 IEEE International Conference 2nd International conference on Green Computing and Internet of Things(ICGCIoT 2018), pp. 177-184 16th -18th August 2018
13 Mr. Chiranjeevi P “Reputation based Online Product Recommendations” DOI:10.3166/ ISI.23.5.81-103 © 2018 Lavoisier IJHT ISI. Volume 23 – n° 5/2018 Dec-18
Page:81-103.
14 Mr. Chiranjeevi P “Corpus Linguistic Rules Based Review Sentence Selection for Opinion Targets Extraction and Opinion Orientation: A Distant Supervision Approach” DOI:  10.22266/ ijies2018.1031.11 International Journal of Intelligent Engineering System, 2018
15 Mr.Vancha Maheshwar Reddy “Mutual Information based Intrusion Detection System using Multilayer Neural Network” DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-1580-0_51 First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing, AICC- 2018 conference pp.529-537 Jan-19
16 Mrs. Manda Silparaj “An Effective Location Privacy using SADLP in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks” ISSN: 2321-9653; International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), IC Value: 45.98; SJ Impact Factor: 6.887 Volume 6 Issue V, page: 2688-2698 May-18
17 Mrs Swapna Vanguru “Improving Efficiency in Handling Big Volume Data in Distributed File Systems” ISSN: 2349-0780 International Journal of New Technologies in Science and Engineering (IJNTSE), Volume 5, Issue 7. 01 Sep-18
18 Mrs Dhomala Aswani “Improving Efficiency in Handling Big Volume Data in Distributed File Systems” ISSN: 2349-0780 International Journal of New Technologies in Science and Engineering (IJNTSE), Volume 5, Issue 7. 01 Sep-18
2017-18
1 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Pithy Review on Routing Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks and Least Routing Time Opportunistic Technique in WSN”  doi:10.1088/1742-6596/933/1/012016 International Conference on Computer and Electrical Engineering, Journal of Physics. Volume:933  Issue:1, page: 1-8 2018
2 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Power Consumption analysis in Multi-hop Networks In Mobile Environments” Print ISBN 978-981-13-3803-8 Online ISBN978-981-13-3804-5 International conference on Futuristic trends in Network and Communication Technologies -Springer Conference-2018 2018
3 Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Fault tolerant strategies in MANET” ISSN 2319 – 5592 (Online) International Conference on Recent Innovations in Electrical and Electronics Engineering 2018. 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “Performance Analysis of Routing Protocols based on IPv4 and IPv6” ISSN 2249-6343 International Conference of Innovative Technologies in Engineering 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “An Approach to measure the performance metrics of IEEE architectures with and without Relay nodes” ISSN 2319 – 5592 (Online) International Conference on Recent Innovations in Electrical and Electronics Engineering 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan “ Reduction of Power Consumption at Mobile nodes in MANETS”   Ninth International Conference on Advances in Communication, Network, and Computing – CNC 2018. 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan "Incorporating security in Opportunistic routing and Traffic Management in Opportunistic sensor network" ISSN online: 1755-0394 ISSN print: 1755-0386 201 International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP) 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Incorporating privacy and security in military application based on Opportunistic sensor network" (ISSN: (Print), ISSN: 1748-5703 (Online International Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (IJITST) 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Data Dessimination in VANETS: Map Based Division Approach ISO 9001:2008 International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Volume: 8, Issue: 3, Publisher: IEEE Mar-18
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Distance and Range Based Protocol for Data Dissemination in Vanets”   12th INDIA.Com, IEEE Conference, ID: 428352018, 5th International Conference, PP 839-843 14th 16th March, 2018
  Dr.Khaleel  Ur Rahman Khan Improvement of Adaptive Load Balanced Gateway Discovery Protocol in Hybrid Integrated Internet-MANET ISSN:1865-7923 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies. Page:162-177. Vol. 11, No. 3 2017
  Dr K. Adi Narayana Reddy Mutual Information based Intrusion Detection System using Multilayer Neural Network DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-1580-0_51 AICC-2018 Conference  First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 815. Springer, Singapore. 2018
  Dr K. Adi Narayana Reddy Privacy-preserving Naive Bayesian Classifier for Continuous Data and Discrete Data Print ISBN978-981-13-1579-4 Online ISBN978-981-13-1580-0 First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 815. Springer, Singapore 2018
  Mr. G. Sreenivasulu Data Labeling method for genome DNA data based on Cluster similarity using Rough Entropy for Categorical Data Clustering ISSN (Print) :2319-8613 ISSN(Online):0975-4024 International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET), Vol. 9 No. 3S, page:407-416 2017
  Mr. G. Sreenivasulu An Efficient approach for clustering US census data based on Cluster similarity Print ISBN978-981-13-0585-6 Online ISBN978-981-13-0586-3  Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 40. Springer, Singapore 22nd- 23rd December 2017
  Mr. P.Chiranjeevi Survey On Sentiment Analysis Methods For Reputation Evaluation Print ISBN978-981-13-0616-7 Online ISBN978-981-13-0617-4 International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Soft Computing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 768. Springer, Singapore. 2017
  Mr. P.Chiranjeevi Disambiguating the context of the concept terms from scalable document collection with the property based concept hierarchies from evolutionary ontology   International Journal of Research Innovations in Computer Science, Vol.1, No.1, page:28-34 2017
  Mr. P.Chiranjeevi Feature level intentions based product recommendations with case based reasoning E-ISSN: 2347-2693 International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 266-274, Vol.6(1) 2018
  Mr. P.Chiranjeevi Machine learning in computational treatment of opinions towards better product recommendations – an ontology mining way: a survey   Journal of Engineering Technology, American Society for Engineering, Education. (Emerging Trends in Engineering Technology), PP. 97-111 , Vol.6 Special Issue Mar. 2018
  Mr. P.Chiranjeevi Finding And Classifying The Deceptive Spam Reviews Using Liwc Dictionary Variables And Decision Tree Classifier ISSN (Print) : 2319-8613 ISSN (Online) :0975-4024 International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET), Vol 10 No 1, Page No. 308-315. Feb-Mar 2018
  Mr. P Srinivasa Rao An approach to analyze autism symptoms and medication using Big Data Analytics ISBN: 978-93-87433-24-3 2nd International conference on Innovative Trends in Engineering, Applied Science and Management (ICITEASM-2018), page: 161-164 May-18
  Mr. P Srinivasa Rao An outline of real time stream processing frameworks in Big Data ISSN 2394-3386. IJETSR, page: 1114-1118, Volume 4, Issue 11 Nov-17
  Mr. P Srinivasa Rao An approach to analyze autism symptoms and medication using Big Data Analytics ISSN 2347-8616 International Journal of Innovations & Advancement in Computer Science IJIACS, page: 299-302, Volume -7, issue 5 May-18
  Mr. P Srinivasa Rao An outline of Real time stream processing Framework in Big Data   5th International Conference on Science , Technology & Management(ICSTM-2017) Dec-17
  Mr. S. VenuGopal Identifier Model for Ranking Fraud Recognition System ISSN (Online) 2394-2320 International Journal of Engineering Research in Computer Science and Engineering (IJERCSE) Vol 5, Issue 2. Feb-18
  Mr. V. Maheswar Reddy Mutual Information based Intrusion Detection System using Multilayer Neural Network DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-1580-0_51 AICC-2018 Conference First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 815. Springer, Singapore. 2018
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Martha Ramesh arotenoide like Lycopene extracted from tomato as an efficient electrode for high specific capacitance and high power density of super capacitors 32:13926-13940 J Mater Sci: Mater electron 2021
2 Martha Ramesh CuO as efficient photo catalyst for photocatalytic decoloration of wastewater containing Azo dyes, Water Practice and Technology wpt 067 Water Practice and Technology 2021
2019-20
1 SK Kiran, M Ramesh, S Shukla, S Saxena Silicon Materials for Lithium-ion Battery Applications, Lithium-ion Batteries: Materials and Applications 80, 161-202   2020
2 Martha Ramesh Electrochemically Oxidized Porous Silicon Uses as an Electrochemical Sensor for Ethanol Detection 9081002 ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology 2020
2018-19
1 Martha ramesh, Martha Purnachander Rao, Sambandam Anandan, H.S. Nagaraja Adsorption and photocatalytic properties of NiO nanoparticles synthesized via a thermal decomposition process 33(5), 601-610 J. Mater. Res. 2018
2017-18
1 M. Ramesh, and H.S. Nagaraja Effect of current density on morphological, structural and optical properties of porous silicon 3:1014 Materials Today Chemistry 2017
2 Martha Ramesh, H.S. Nagraja Effect of current density and electrochemical cycling on electrochemical, structural and optical properties of Si nanowires as anode for Lithium ion battery 129,24-30 Materials characterization 2017
3 Martha ramesh, Martha Purnachander Rao, F Rossignal, H.S. Nagaraja rGO/MnO2 nanowires for ultrasonic combined Fenton assisted efficient degradation of reactive block 5 001 Water Sci Technol 2017
4 Dhanush Shanbhag, Bindu K, Aarathy A R, Martha Ramesh, Sreejesh M H.S. Nagaraja Hydrothermally synthesized reduced graphene oxide and Sn doped Manganese dioxide nanocompoistes for supercapacitor and Dopamine sensor 6, 66-74 Materials Today Energy 2017


S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 M.Indrani Digital Humanities In India 0022-1945 Jes Journal 0f Interdisciplinary Cycle Research Services. Vol. 12, Issue 8 Aug-21
2 M.Indrani Dynamics of Translation as Activism : A study on Movement Poetry in Regional Literature 1309-6591 Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry (TOJQI) Scoupous  Indexed Journal Pg. No. 3566 to 3571 Jul-21
3 M.Indrani “The Interpretation of Sensibilities In Anita Desai Novels” 2394-0298 NIU International Journal of Human Rights UGC Care Group 1, Printed version. Volume 8 (III) Jun-21
4 M.Indrani Women Empowerment Model 978-81-950163-5-8 Women Empowerment Challenges and Strategies Mar-21
2019-20
1 M.Indrani Challenges of Post COVID-19 World – Impact of ICT in Education – A Study 0886-9367 The International Journal of Analytical and Experimental Modal Analysis Jun-20
2 M.Indrani “The Role of Literature in the time of crisis like Corona virus pandemic” 2349-5189 Langlit- An International peer –Reviewed Open Access Journal Jun-20
3 M.Indrani A Critical Analysis of Symbolism in Anitha Desai’s Where Shall we go this Summer? 0474-9030 UGC Care Approved International Indexed and Referred Journal Feb-20
2018-19
1 Dr.JJB. Vijay Vardhan The Plight and the metamorphosis of Indo-Fijians 2279-543X International Journal of Scientific Research and Review Aug-19
2 M.Indrani Focus on LSRW Language Skills in Government Secondary Schools of Telangana State 2236-6124 International Journal of Research,Vol.VIII,                       Issue No II Feb-19
2017-18
1 Dr.K.Lalitha Bai Divakaruni`s Arranged Marriage : Quest for a New Beginning   International Journal for Humanities and Social Science Invention. Vol.6,Issue No.11 Nov-17
2 Dr.K.Lalitha Bai Learning beyond Classroom   IOSR Journal for Humanities and Social Science Invention. Vol.22,Issue No.11 Nov-17
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Dr P Prashanth kumar A Brusselator type population model based on oscillating chemical reactions Vol. 11, Issue 10 Page no. 633-642 International  Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology 2020
2 Dr B Uma Maheswari A Brusselator type population model based on oscillating chemical reactions Vol. 11, Issue 10 Page no. 633-642 International  Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology 2020
2019-20
1 Dr P Prashanth Kumar Goal Programming Through Bakery production Vol. 8, Issue 10 Pg.No. 3722-3725 International  journal of scientific & Technology Research 2019
2 Dr B Uma Maheswari A Mathematical Model  for Tuberculosis Vol.9, Issue 5 Pg. No. 25-28 International  journal of Engineering  and Research Applications 2019
2018-19
1 Dr P Prashanth kumar Comparison between LP and GP models on small scale Industry Vol.8, Issue 11 Pg No. 143-153 International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering 2018
2 Dr P Prashanth kumar An Optimization techniques on Managerial Decision Making Vol.8, Issue 6 Pg. No. 507-516 International  journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering  Research and Development 2018


S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 P. Sreelatha  A study on Online consumer buying behaviour in Telangana State Vol. No. IX,                    Issue VI AC Journal 2020
2019-20
1 P. Sreelatha Perspectives of online marketing and consumer behaviour Vol. No. VI,                    Issue V JASC Journal 2019
2018-19
1 P. Sreelatha Self Help Groups   AIRJ Journal 2018
2017-18
1 Dr. M. Kondala Rao Does woman empower through self help groups? a study in Ranga Reddy district, Telangana, India Vol. No. 7,                    Issue 3, Pg No. 30 International Journal of research in Commerce, IT & Management 2017
S.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Research Paper ISSN Number Journal Name & Details Year of Publication
2020-21
1 Dr K Srilatha Emerging contaminant (Triclosan) removal by adsorption and oxidation process: comparative study   Springer, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment 2020
2 Dr S.Srilalitha Characterisation of Nano films of Polymer Blends of Cellulose acetate and Poly (methyl methacrylate)   International Conference on Computing, Communication, Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ICCCEEE-2020) – G Pulla Reddy Engineering College, Kurnool (AP), INDIA 10th-11th January, 2020
3 Dr S.Srilalitha Synthesis & Characterisation of Nano Films of Polymer Blends of Poly (methyl methacrylate) and Celulose acetate   International Conference on Purification and Recycling of Electronic Materials (ICPREM) – 2020, Centre for Materials & Electronics Technology, Hyderabad (TS), INDIA, 8th -10th March, 2020.
4 Dr S.Srilalitha An Efficient Synthesis of Novel Anti influenza Viral and Cytotoxic Derivatives of 4-oxothiazolidin-3-yl)-3- hydroxyquinoxaline-2-carboxamide   International Conference on Material Science, Smart structures and Applications (ICMSS 2020) – Inventive Research Organization and Surya Engineering College, Erode (TN), INDIA,. 15th &16th October 2020
5 Dr S.Srilalitha Physico-Chemical properties of Poly (Ethylene oxide) in Aqueous, Binary Mixtures of Water and DMF and pure DMF Solutions   National Conference on Advances in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (NCACACE-2021) –Department of Chemistry JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad (T.S), INDIA 28th & 29th January 2021
2019-20
1 Dr K Srilatha Improved Active Power Filter Performance for Renewable Power Generation Systems Issue 4 (Series -III), 40-66. Journal of Engineering Research and Application 2019
2 Dr K Srilatha Emerging contaminant (triclosan) identifcation and its treatment: a review 1:640 A Springer Nature Journal, SN Applied Sciences 2019
3 Dr K Srilatha Performance evaluation of different advanced processes for treating chloro-pesticide intermediate industrial wastewater ISSN:23635037 Sustainable Water Resources Management, Springer 2019
4 Dr S.Srilalitha Vertical Farm-An Artificial Ecosystem for the Future-National Conference on Advance in Engineering, Technology & Sciences (NCATS), Vol.9, Issue 4, ISSN No: 2394 2019 - Spoorthy Engineering College, Hyderabad (TS), INDIA. 4th April 2019
5 Dr S.Srilalitha Green Technology and Green Chemistry- A Review   National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Environmental Sustainability (NCETES-2019) - Dept. of Humanities and Sciences, Global Institute of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad (TS), INDIA, 27th - 28th June, 2019
6 Dr S.Srilalitha     National Conference on Applied Physics and Materials Science (APMS)- 2019) – Department of Physics, Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad (TS), INDIA, 28th December, 2019
2018-19
1 Dr K Srilatha Synthesis of titanium (IV) oxide composite membrane for hydrogen production through alkaline water electrolysis Vol. 25, 54-61. South African Journal of Chemical Engineering (Elsevier-Science Direct) 2018
2 Dr K Srilatha Comparison study between Ni/TiO2 and Ni/Flame synthesized TiO2 catalysts for hydrogen production using thermocatalytic decomposition of methane Vol. 25, 91-97. South African Journal of Chemical Engineering (Elsevier-Science Direct) 2018
3 Dr K Srilatha Bio oil production from Microalgae via Hydrothermal Liquefaction Technology under Subcritical Water Conditions Vol.153, 108-117. Journal of Microbiological methods (Elsevier- Science Direct) 2018
4 Dr K Srilatha Industrial wastewater treatment using electrochemical process Vol.191, 012022 The 4th International Conference on Water Resource and Environment (WRE 2018), IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 2018
5 Dr S.Srilalitha An Emphasis of Fluoride Effect on Human Health and Treatment Vol.7, Issue 3 , 182-190 Review 11th International Conference on Research in Science, Technology and Management (RSTM-18) – Osmania University Campus, Hyderabad (TS) International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering (ISSN: 2319-8346 2018
6 Dr K Srilatha Industrial wastewater treatment using electrochemical process and energy recovery July 17th -21st, 2018 The 4th International Conference on Water Resource and Environment (WRE-2018) at Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 2018
7 Dr K Srilatha Remediation of ciprofloxacin in aqueous Solutions using immobilization glass beads it’s an Advanced oxidation process -a comparative study September 15th 2018, 23-30 International Conference on “Civil Engineering in Emerging Economies” (ICCEEE-2K18), Organized by Department of Civil Engineering at Malla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous), Hyderabad 2018
2017-18
1 Dr K Srilatha Thermo catalytic decomposition of methane over Cu-Al2O3 and 5-20wt% Ni- Cu-Al2O3 catalysts to produce hydrogen and carbon nanofibers Vol.2, Issue 1 Pg. 35-40 ISSN: 2002-4428 Advanced Materials Letters 2017
2 Dr K Srilatha Sustainable Fuel Production by Thermocatalytic Decomposition of Methane using Ni/ZnO Catalyst Vol.19, Issue 2 ISSN: 0973-418X (Online) Nano Trends: A Journal of Nanotechnology and Its Applications 2017
3 Dr K Srilatha Production of Hydrogen via Thermocatalytic Decomposition of Methane using Ni/ZnO catalyst Vol. 3, Issue 2 Pg 21-25, ISSN: 2456-0197 Journal of Research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Management 2017
4 Dr K Srilatha Thermocatalytic Decomposition of Methane for Sustainable Hydrogen Production using Ni/ZnO and Ni/MgO Catalyst Vol. 7, Issue 5 ISSN: 2231-1777 (Online), ISSN: 2321-5194 (Print) Journal of Nanoscience, Nanoengineering & Applications 2017
5 Dr K Srilatha Comparison study between Ni/TiO2 and Ni/Flame synthesized TiO2 catalysts for hydrogen production using thermocatalytic decomposition of methane 4th 3RINCs - 2017 , 8th March – 10th March 2017 4th 3R International Scientific Conference on Material Cycles and Waste Management, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi 2017
6 Dr K Srilatha Hydrogen production over carbon catalysts using thermocatalytic decomposition of methane – Regeneration Study 4th 3RINCs - 2017 , 8th March – 10th March 2017 4th 3R International Scientific Conference on Material Cycles and Waste Management, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi 2017
7 Dr K Srilatha Thermocatalytic decomposition of methane for hydrogen production using Ni/MgO catalyst 23rd-25th March 2017, ISBN: 978-93 International conference on biotechnology and bioengineering-trends ICBT-2017, JNTUH 2017
8 Dr K Srilatha Hythane production from distillery spent wash in a single stage reactor 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
9 Dr K Srilatha Recovery of acid from chloro pesticide and electroplating industrial waste water by diffusion dialysis technique 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
10 Dr K Srilatha Recovery of acid from chloro pesticide and electroplating industrial waste water by diffusion dialysis technique 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
11 Dr K Srilatha Chloro pesticide industry wastewater treatment using electrochemical process 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
12 Dr K Srilatha Electrocoagulation (EC) for removal of metals from industrial wastewater 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
13 Dr K Srilatha Gasification of Biomass 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
14 Dr K Srilatha Gasification and pyrolysis of municipal solid waste 28th-30th, Nov. 2017, ISBN: 978-93 3rd International conference on environmental management at Hyderabad (3rd ICEM-2017) 2017
15 Dr K Srilatha Pyrolysis Study of Garden Waste:  Comparative Study of Subabul Leaves (Leucaena Leucocephala) and Neem Leaves (Azadirachta Indica) (15th to 17th, Dec. 2017) International Conference on Solid Waste Management held at PJTSAU 2017
16 Dr K Srilatha Electroplating Wastewater Treatment using Electrocoagulation (EC) Method 12th & 13th October 2017 National Seminar on “Design for Sustainability” using Principles of Environment Management organized by Indian Institution of Plant Engineers (IIPE) 2017
17 Dr K Srilatha Production of Hydrogen via Thermocatalytic Decomposition of Methane using Ni/ZnO catalyst 21st January 2017, ISBN: 978 93 83038 527 , 22-26 3rd National Conference on Innovative Research in Civil Engineering (NCIRCE-2K17) Organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Malla Reddy Engineering College (MREC). 2017
18 Dr K Srilatha Recovery of Hydrochloric acid from designed synthetic acidic water using diffusion dialysis technique 21st January 2017, ISBN: 978 93 83038 527 , 149-152 3rd National Conference on Innovative Research in Civil Engineering (NCIRCE-2K17) Organized by Department of Civil Engineering, Malla Reddy Engineering College (MREC). 2017
19 Dr K Srilatha Sustainable Fuel Production by Thermocatalytic Decomposition of Methane – A Review Vol.24, 156-167, ISSN: 1026-9185 South African Journal of Chemical Engineering (Elsevier-Science Direct) 2017


 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (LIST OF PATENTS)

A.Y. 2020-2021

SL. NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY/ DEPARTMENT

TITLE OF THE INVENTION

INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION

PUBLICATION DATE

APPLICATION NO.

1.  

Dr. S. Robert Ravi

CIVIL

Door Mounted Door Handle Sanitizer Dispenser                      

Intellectual Property India,

Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion,

Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India.

10.07.2020,

Journal No: 28/2020

202041026845

2.  

Dr. G. Sreenivasulu

CSE

“A system and method for eradicating the accidents at steep curved paths”


Ready for publication

202141006165

3.  

Dr. Sri Lalitha

CHEMISTRY

Eclipta alba-based composition for Haemorrhoids and its preparation method thereof

--

Indian Patent published on 05/02/2021

---

4.  

Artificial Intelligence based Animal Detection and Identification for protection of Field crops


Indian Patent published on 30/04/2021



5.  

Artificial Neural network based on early diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus


Australian Patent Published in May 2021



6.  

Phyllanthus niruri as a Promising alternative treatment for Jaundice


 Indian Patent published2021


7.  

Diascoria villosa Extract Based Herbal Composition for Wound Healing and it’s Preparation method thereof


 Indian Patent Published on 06/08/2021



8.  

Modeling, optimizing, and diagnosis of Chiller Systems using Machine Learning 



Indian Patent published on 13/08/2021


9.  

Smart System for Quality –Based Pricing and Delivery of Perishable Products and Method Thereof


Indian Patent Published on 20/08/2021



10.  

Agriculture fertilizer’s usage monitoring and recording the Quality


Indian patent filed in August 2021




11

Mr.A.Bhargav

MECHANICAL

The smart garbage management system


Intellectual Property India

12/02/2021

202121002140


12. 

Ms. S.Rajita

Lateral and longitudinal displacement measurement of tire cornering stiffness of All Terrain Vehicle using Recursive Least Square Technique

Innovation Patent

IP Australia

07/07/2021

2021102847


A.Y. 2019-2020

SL. NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

TITLE OF THE INVENTION

INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION

PUBLICATION DATE

APPLICATION NO.

1.

Dr. G. Sreenivasulu

“An Advanced Machine Learning Based Milk Adulteration System”



13thApril, 2020

202051401346

2.

Dr. G. Sreenivasulu

“SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUTOMATICALLY SUMMARIZING TEXT”


11thJanuary, 2020

202041001299

3.

Dr. G. Sreenivasulu

 “Design Development Of Fault Diagnosis By Using Fuzzy Neural Networks For Hydroponic Systems In Iot Environment”


26th November, 2019.


201941048257

4. 

Dr. G. Sreenivasulu

“System and Method For  Automatically Detecting Malaria”


13thDecember, 2019

201941051401

5.

Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi

“Intelligent Control System For Vehicles”

B66F9/00

07/06/2019


201941020280 A

6.

Dr. M.V. Vijaya Saradhi

“Smart Food Storage System”

G06K19/06

26/04/2019

20 1941013595 A

7.

Dr.M.V.Vijaya saradhi

System And Computer Implemented Methods For Analyzing Features To Generate Sleep Disorder Insights


29/11/2019

201941045922

A.Y. 2018-2019

Sl. No

Name of the Faculty

Title of the Invention

International Classification

Publication Date

Application No.

1.

Dr. K. Adi Narayana Reddy

RELIABLE TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION THROUGH QUANTUM ENCRYPTION AND DECRYPTION PROCESSES BY APPLYING QUANTUM GATE

H04L29/06; H04L9/08

01/12/2017

201741042136 A

2.

Dr. K. Adi Narayana Reddy

“A SECURE AUTHENTICATION PROCESS THROUGH QUANTUM DIGITAL CERTIFICATE BY APPLYING QUANTUM GATES”

H04K1/00

18/08/2017

201741027431 A


INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (LIST OF BOOKS)

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL

S.NO

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

DESIGNATION

TITLE OF THE BOOK

ISSN NO

YEAR

1

Dr. M. Sridevi

Associate Professor

Green Buildings

ISBN-9798712465330

2021

Associate Professor

Road Safety Engineering

ISBN-9798584163464

2020

DEPARTMENT OF EEE

S.NO NAME OF THE AUTHOR DESIGNATION TITLE OF THE BOOK ISBN PUBLISHED YEAR
1 Dr. M. Prasad Associate Professor & HOD Performance of D-STATCOM for voltage Sag and Swell Mitigation 978-613-9-89760-5 LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. pp-1-51, Aug-2018
SL.NO NAME OF THE AUTHOR TITLE OF THE BOOK CHAPTER ISBN BOOK CHAPTER NO
1 Dr. M. Prasad Comparison of 3-lg,4-leg and 6-leg topologies of renewable energy fed impedance source inverter based dynamic voltage restorer. 978-981-15-7674-4 Advances in Smart Grid Automation and Industry 4.0, Volume 693. 29

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

SL.NO

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

DESIGNATION

TITLE OF THE BOOK

BOOK CHAPTER

ISSN NO

YEAR

1

Dr. S. Srilalitha

Professor of Chemistry

&

HOD of R &D of H &BS

Current Research and Development in Chemistry

(Vol.4)

Characterization of Polyblend - Nanofilms of Cellulose acetate & Polystyrene

978-93-90206-41-4

Published on 5/10/2020

Nanotechnology-A Multi diversified Approach for Smart Materials

A Brief Review on Green Technology and Green Chemistry

978-93-5426-405-4

Published in February 2021

Women Empowerment-Challenges & Strategies

Rural Women Entrepreneurship in India: Issues and Challenges

978-81-950163-5-8


(Published on 8/3/2021)

Text book of Polymer Science (under review)




Text Book of Engineering Chemistry (under review)




2

K. Srilatha

Associate Professor

Chemistry Department

D. Bhagawan, V. Himabindu, Pyrolysis of Garden Waste: Comparative Study of Leucaena leucocephala (Subabul Leaves) and Azadirachta indica (Neem Leaves) Book Chapter



DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-2784-1_28. (Springer).


Wastes: 7th Icon SWM—ISWMAW 2017, Volume 2, Waste Valorisation and Recycling, January 2019,

Tin Nano Catalysts for Bayer-Villiger Oxidation Reaction


ISBN-13:978-3-659-33120-6, ISBN-10: 3659331201.

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing 2015-03-27

Pyrolysis of Municipal Solid Waste, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing,


ISBN:978-620-2-91881-7.

(2020 Accepted)

Fenton Process For Industrial Wastewater Treatment


ISBN: 978-620-2-91900-5.

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

2020 Accepted

Lechate Treatment Using Fenton Process, ,


ISBN: 978-620-2-91882-4

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

. (2020 Accepted)

Gasification of Municipal Solid Waste, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing 


ISBN: 978-620-2-91954.

(2020 Accepted)

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

SL.NO

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

DESIGNATION

TITLE OF THE BOOK

BOOK CHAPTER

ISSN NO

YEAR

1

M. Indrani

Assistant Professor

Women Empowerment Challenges and Strategies

Women Empowerment Model

978-81-950163-5-8

March 2021

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

SL.NO

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

DESIGNATION

TITLE OF THE BOOK

BOOK CHAPTER

ISSN NO

YEAR

1

Dr. M. Ramesh

Associate Professor

Lithium-ion batteries materials and applications

Silicon materials for lithium-ion battery application

9781644900918-7

2020

COLLABORATION & MoUs

S. No Name of the Organization Location
1 AICTE – Bennett University – Lead India  AI – AI/ML Programmes New Delhi
2 Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) – Placements Hyderabad
3 Brain O Vision Solutions Pvt Ltd. – Inernships& Hackathons  Hyderabad
4 Microsoft Innovation Centre (MIC) – Online Certification Bangalore
5 Applied AI – AI/ML Online Course Hyderabad
6 Pupilfirst Private Limited Thiruvananthapuram
7 Sytech Labs Pvt. Ltd Hyderabad
8 Uppal Industries Association (UIA) – Minor & Major Projects Hyderabad
9 Conduira – Skill Development and Assessment Hyderabad
10 Path Creators – Skill Development Hyderabad
11 Global Education & Careers Forum – Career Guidance Hyderabad
12 AMCAT – Assessments Gurgaon
13 Cocubes  – Assessments Gurgaon
14 eLitmus  – Assessments Hyderabad
15 Cadeploy Engineering Private Limited – Civil Designing Hyderabad

RESEARCH ACHEIEVEMENTS (FACULTY)

S. No. Name of the Faculty Department Research Achievement Organization Year
1 Dr K.S. Mani EEE Awarded Ph.D JNTU, Kakinada 2021
2 Dr M Kondala Rao Management Sciences Awarded Ph.D Bharathiar University, Coimbatore 2020
3 Dr K.S. Mani EEE Outstanding contribution to the quality of journal Journal of Engineering Research and Reports 2021
4 Dr K Srilatha Chemistry Outstanding Young Scientist in Energy and Environment” by “RULA Awards World Research Council” & “United Medical Council”. 2019
5 Dr K Srilatha Chemistry Appreciation award for the Oral Presentation International Conference on Solid Waste Management  at PJTSAU 2017

LIST OF RESEARCH SCHOLARS

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION DEPARTMENT AREA OF RESEARCH REGISTRATION YEAR
 

1

Mr. J. Munichandrasekar Assistant Professor EEE Modelling & Analysis of very fast transient over voltages in GIS 19.11.2012
2 Mr. M. Rajashekar Associate Professor EEE Implementation of VSS based intelligent based D-STATCOM to enhance PQ of distribution system 26.10.2018
3

 

Mr. B. Madhu Assistant Professor EEE Analysis the impact of penetration in distributed generation (DG) on the reliability of a radical distribution network 23.10.2018
4

 

Mr. C. Krishna Reddy Assistant Professor EEE Design of fast charging station for Electric vehicle 30.03.2017
5

 

Mr. P. Ramesh Assistant Professor EEE Design Analysis PMBLDC Motor 05.12.2019
 

6

Shaik Saleemmiya Assistant Professor Civil Investigation of heavy metal contamination in the musi basin 15.03.2017
 

7

Bhasker Singh Bondili Assistant Professor Civil Earthquake Engineering 2018
 

8

Bandipally Sandeep Assistant Professor Civil Cracking mechanism and behavior in fine-granted soils 2021
 

9

Mohd Khadeer Assistant Professor Civil Sustainable Concrete 08.2020
 

10

M. Ravi Chandra Assistant Professor Civil Evaluation of High Strength Concrete using SCMs and Nano materials 09.2020
11

 

S. Jagadeesh Babu Associate Professor Civil Development of Land and Water Resources Action plan using RS & GIS -A 2011
12

 

Mounika Ragamshetty Assistant Professor Mech Composite Helical Gear Transmission system 2018
13

 

M. Sandeep Associate Professor Mech Manufacturing 2017
14

 

Ms Koganti Jayabharathi CSE
15

 

Desai NeelameghaShyam CSE
16

 

Dheeravath Krishna CSE
17

 

Chandarapu Vijaya Kumar Associate Professor CSE “Classification of Product

Review Polarity using LSTM”

18

 

Maheshwar Vancha Assistant Professor CSE Intrusion detection system
19

 

Kethavath Prem Kumar Assistant Professor CSE An Efficient Load Balancing Technique based on Cuckoo Search and Firefly Algorithm in Cloud
 

20

MoksudAlam Mallik Associate Professor CSE Identification of Interested Web Users using Decision Tree Classifier
21 P Srikanth Associate Professor ECE Wireless Communication 2020
22

 

S Karunakar Reddy Associate Professor ECE Fractal Antennas 2020
23

 

A.Rajesh Associate Professor ECE Low power VLSI 2012
24

 

Sritulasi Adigopula Assistant Professor ECE Wireless Communications and Networks 2019
25 Srinivasa Rao Reddi Associate Professor ECE Signal & Communication 2020
26

 

S. Rajendra Kumar Associate Professor ECE RF IC Inductor 2020
27

 

Mucherlausha rani Associate Professor ECE Low power vlsi 2018
28

 

B Sriniva Rao Associate Professor ECE VLSI 2011
29

 

S sreekanth Associate Professor ECE Signal processing 2012
31 T. Ganesh Chakravarthy Associate Professor H&S (manag) Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups 03/2010
32 P. Sreelatha

 

Assistant Professor H&S (manag) Online consumer buying behavior 06/2017
33

 

Rayanki Vivekananda Assistant Professor H&S (maths) Operation Research, nonlinear solution methods for non smooth optimization problems (non linear programming problems) both numerically and analytically 12/2019
34

 

V. Venkatesh Assistant Professor H&S (Physics) Glasses with ferroelectric materials 19/09/2018
35 Mallesham Assistant Professor H&S (chemistry) Physical chemistry (fractional factors) 06/2012
36

 

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