DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Supported by DST-FIST and UGC-DRS-SAP phase -II

Department of Electronics Engineering

Supported by DST-FIST and UGC-DRS-SAP phase -II

Program Outcome:

·                        Graduate will have the ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the day-to-day technical challenges.

·                        Graduate will possess the ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

·                        Graduate will have the ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.

·                        Graduate will have the ability to understand the issues involved in interfacing multidisciplinary systems and make effective contribution in a multidisciplinary team.

·                        Graduate will acquire the capability to identify, formulate and solve complex Electronics / Communication engineering problems.

·                        Graduate will have an understanding of professional and ethical      responsibility.

·                        Graduate will be able to communicate effectively.

·                        Graduate will acquire the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions on  a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

·                        Graduate will appreciate the need for life-long learning in an ever changing technical scenario of Electronics / communication and will be in a position to engage in it. 

·                        Graduate will be capable of understanding and tackling the contemporary issues they come across in their professional careers.

·                        Graduates will be capable of configuring and applying the appropriate engineering techniques as necessitated by the associated framework.

 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

 

PEO1: The graduates of the program are well-equipped with core competency to have a successful professional career in Electronics/Communication industry/research.

 

 

PEO2: The graduates of the program will imbibe sustained interest in learning and adaptability to the continuously evolving trends in Electronics & Communication technology

Department of Electronics Engineering 

Supported by DST-FIST and UGC-DRS-SAP phase -II

Distinguished Alumni

SI.No

Name of the distinguished alumni

Details of occupation

1

Prof. N. Narayana Rao

(D.M.I.T in Electronics Engineering (1955)

Professor Emeritus, Edward C.Jordan Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign

2

Shri.S.S.Oberoi

(D.M.I.T in Electronics Engineering (1962)

Adviser, Information Technology, Dept. of Electronics, Govt. of India (1975-97)

3

Prof. S. V. Raghavan

(D.M.I.T in Electronics Engineering (1974)

Scientific Secretary to the Principal Scientific Advisor, Govt. of India (Since Oct. 2009)

Professor, Dept. of Computer Science & Engg., IIT Chennai

4

Dr.Shubha Kadambe

(B.Tech (Electronics Engineering) (1980)

 

Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA, USA (Earlier with AT & T Bell Laboratories)

5

Prof.B.Sundar Rajan

(B.Tech (Electronics Engineering) (1982)

Professor, Department of Electrical Communication Engg., I.I.Sc., Bangalore

6

Prof.Arokiaswamy Alphones

(B. Tech (Electronics Engineering) (1982)

Professor, School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, NTU, Singapore

7

Mrs. Hema Gopal

(B. Tech (Electronics Engineering)

Vice-president, Global Head IBM centre of Excellence at Tata Consultancy Services

8

Dr. K. B. Chandrasekar

(B. Tech (Electronics Engineering) (1983

Founder – CEO, Jamcracker Inc. in USA.

 

 

 

Department of Electronics Engineering

Supported by DST-FIST and UGC-DRS-SAP phase -II

Invited lectures delivered by the faculty members 

 

Sl. No.

Name and Designation of the Faculty Member

Topics delivered

Organized by the Institute with Address

Month  & Year

Name of the Programme

1.

Dr.S.P.Joy Vasantha Rani

Asst. Professor (Sr.Gr.)

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

Sree Sastha Institute of Engg., and Tech.

16th June 2014

Guest Lecture

2.

Mrs. K. Mariammal

Asst. Professor

JFET and MOSFET Amplifiers

Dhanalakshmi College of Engg., Electronics and Communication Engineering

18th June 2014

FDTP on Electronic Circuits-I 

3.

Mrs. K. Mariammal

Asst. Professor

High frequency analysis of BJT and FET Amplifiers

College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University

29th June 2014

FDTP on Electronic Circuits-I 

4.

Mrs. K. Mariammal

Asst. Professor

Fourier Series and Fourier Transform

GKM College of Engineering and Technology

19th July 2014

Guest Lecture

5.

Mrs. K. Mariammal

Asst. Professor

Signals and Systems

Roever college of Engg., and Tech, Perambalur, Trichy.

09th August 2014

Guest Lecture

6.

Dr. M. Ganesh Madhan

Professor

Technical Lecture

Pondicherry Central University

08th August 2014

Technical Meet 2014 - Dept. of Electronics Engg., - PU

7.

Dr. P.T.V.Bhuvaneswari

Associate Professor

Technical Talk on "6LoWPAN"

Dept. of ECE, Faculty of Engg., & Technology, SRM University

08th August 2014

SRM-ISTE Short term Training Programme on Recent Research Issues in Wireless Sensor Network

04th-08th Aug. 2014

8.

Dr. M. Ganesh Madhan

Professor

RF & Wireless Communications

&

Research Issues in Optical Communications

Anna University Regional Centre, Coimbatore

Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering

05th Sep. 2014

Two Day Seminar on Research Issues  in Signal/Image Processing and Communications

05th-06th Sep. 2014

9.

K. Mariammal

Asst. Professor

 EC6303 - Signals and Systems

Mohamed Sathak A. J. College of Engineering

 

08th Sep. 2014

Guest Lecture

10.

Dr. K. Bhoopathy Bagan

Professor

Multirate Signal Processing

Vellammal Engineering College

19th Sep. 2014

Guest Lecture

11.

Dr. S. Vasuhi

Asst. Professor

RF and Microwave Engineering

Mohammed Sathak A. J. College of Engineering

30th Sep. 2014

Guest Lecture

12.

Dr. M. Ganesh Madhan

Radio Over Fibre

Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering and Technology

Karaikudi

05th Dec. 2014

TEQIP - II - Training Programme on Research Issues in Optical Communication and Networks

13.

Dr. M. Manikandan

Recent Research Issues in Image Processing

Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering

02nd - 03rd Dec. 2014

Workshop on Recent Trends in Image Processing and its Applications

14.

Dr. S. Vasuhi

Person Tracking in Video

Dept. of Electronics Engineering & AU-KBC Research Centre, MIT

29th & 30th Jan. 2015

Workshop on Machine Learning