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RESEARCH SCHOLARS AT ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT:

At Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Research is an integral part of academic activity carried within undergraduate and post graduate programs. Research has always been emphasized and encouraged by faculty and students to innovate quality research in an emerging area.


The Department is committed to maintaining the highest standards of rigor and Integrity in the conduct of its research.

The Department’s research strategy and review committee is responsible for establishing and reviewing policy guidelines for the proper conduct of research, including regularly reviewing and updating this code to ensure it takes into account current guidelines and relevant suggestions.

The faculty, students and collaborators all share in the responsibility for promoting and verifying good practice and creating an ethos of professionalism and integrity in the Department’s research culture.

The research philosophy is to progress from inter-departmental collaboration, to inter-institutional partnerships at national and international levels. The scope and scale of research has substantially evolved from the era of student to projects to interdisciplinary research programs at state and national level.

The main objective of promoting research is to strengthen teaching, learning & independent thinking and eventually contribute to the welfare of the society - a process vital and important in the shaping of an academic institution.

 

Research Guides in the Department

1.       Dr. Alka Mahajan

2.       Dr. Manoj Sankhe

3.       Dr. Vaishali Kulkarni

4.       Dr. Archana Bhise

5.       Dr. Avinash More

6.       Dr. Manjusha Joshi

7.      Dr. Ushma Ahuja 

Major research projects undertaken by the department:

  1. Kashyap Joshi has been granted Rs 60 Lakhs for the research project on Designing and developing A Robotic Intubation System by ICMR. The Project is in collaboration with AIIMs.
  2. Manoj Sankhe and Prof. Tazeen Sheikh are working on the Research Project, Wearable Microwave Antenna Array for Breast Tumor. The project is in collaboration with SAMEER IIT Bombay.
  3. Manoj Sankhe and Prof. Punit Ratnani are working on the Research Project, Designing analog gradient power supply for ingenious MRI machine. The project is in collaboration with SAMEER IIT Bombay.
  4. Sonal Parmar is working on the Research Project, Analyzing impact of Ionospheric Scintillation effects on ionospheric TEC using IRNSS signals. The project is in collaboration with ISRO for IRNSS Navigation, Receiver Field Trial and Data Collection.
  5. Pradeep Tiwari is working on the Research Project, Multimodal Emotion recognition from speech and facial features. The project is funded by Deity scheme, MHRD
  6. Manoj S. Sankhe has worked on the Research Project, The Analysis of Clinical Data of Brain FMRI Image for The Diagnosis of Brain Disorder. The project was Funded by Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai
  7. Manoj S. Sankhe has worked on the Research Project, Estimation of Brain Volume for Dementia Patients using MRI Data. The project was Funded by Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai.
  8. Manoj S. Sankhe has worked on the Research Project, Automated Analysis and Evaluation of Tumor Grade of Prostate Cancer using Multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The project is Funded by Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai.
  9. Avinash More has received a grant of Rs. 196000 for his research project on Testbed for Optimized Discharge Curve Coverage Protocol.

 

Patents filed/granted by the department.

  1. S. Sankhe, "A Novel Technique for Assessment of Fetal Autonomic Nervous System Activity from Doppler Ultrasound Signal”, 2474/MUM/2015, June 29, 2015.
  2. S. Joshi, "Technique to Reduce Mutual Coupling Loss in Microstrip Antenna in 3-11 GHz Frequency Band”, 201721025373, June 2017.
  3. Sumita Nainan, Intelligent Home Automation System using RFID and Security using GSM Module and Various Sensors, Ii/PR/01504/2015
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