Research Areas

Research in the department of Electrical Engineering falls into three major specializations:

    Communication, Signal and Image Processing
    Dr. Ram Bilas Pachori
    • Biomedical Signal Processing
    • Time-Frequency Analysis
    • Speech Signal Processing
    • Signal Processing for Communications
    Dr. Prabhat K. Upadhyay
    • Wireless cooperative communication techniques
    • Performance analysis of relaying strategies over wireless fading channels
    • MIMO systems
    Dr. Vivek Kanhangad
    • Biometrics
    • Digital Signal and Image processing
    • Computer vision
    Dr. Vimal Bhatia
    • Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing
    • Signal Processing for Wireless Communication
    • Software Defined Radio
    • Voice over IP (VOIP)
    Micro/Nano Electronics
    Dr. Santosh K. Vishvakarma
    • Nanoscale Devices and VLSI/ULSI Circuit Design
      • – Multigate GAA MOSFET modeling and Circuit Implementation
      • – Multigate MOSFET (DG, FinFET) based SRAM Design
    Dr. Shaibal Mukherjee
    • Biomedical Signal Processing
    • Nano-scale Multiple Quantum Well Lasers, hybrid LEDs, Photodetectors, Solar Cells: Materials covering group II-VI, III-V, and IV-VI from periodic table viz. ZnO, PbSe, GaN, AlGaN, AlGaAs, GaAs, ITO, MgZnO, CdZnO
    • Nanophotonics, photonic LED and solar cell, Photonic bandgap defect microcavity devices
    • Nano-scale sensors, Terahertz devices mainly based on Si-Ge
    • Broadband anti-reflection (BBAR) Coating for Lasers, Surface Passivation for Detectors
    • Fabrication and characterization of carbon nanotube and their applications
    • High electron mobility transistor (HEMT) based on ZnO, GaN, AlGaN
    Dr. Vipul Singh
    • Organic electronic/photonic devices and their applications, Photoluminescence spectroscopy, thin film fabrication and characterization, novel sensors based on organic electronic devices.
    • Silicon nanodevices, Single electron devices, Bulk and SOI MOSFETs, Low frequency noise in MOSFETs, MOSFET based sensors, Low power information processing circuits and RF-SET etc.
    Dr. Abhinav Kranti
    • Solid-State Devices, Circuit Design and Nanotechnology
      • – Novel MOS devices (single and multi-gate) in Bulk/SOI technology
      • – Low power circuit design (for analog/RF/digital applications) with nanoscale devices
      • – Bipolar Transistors: Thermal resistance optimization
      • – Design and analysis of GaN and ZnO based HEMTs
    Dr. Srivathsan Vasudevan
    • Photothermal response and photothermal imaging
    • Photoaccoustic microscopy for biomedical applications
    • Biophotonics
    Dr. M. Anbarasu
    • Nanoscale phase change electronic memory devices
    • Multi-bit data storage, stackable cross-point memory devices
    • Ovonic threshold switch selector devices
    • Amorphous semiconductors, Chalcogenide materials
    Dr. Mukesh Kumar
    • Integrated Optoelectronics, Nanophotonics, Semiconductor Optoelectronics
    • Nano-scale photonic devices, Optical Interconnects
    • Micro/Nano Fabrication Technologies

    Power Electronics and Power Systems
    Dr. Amod C. Umarikar
    • Modelling and simulation of power electronic systems
    • Application of power electronics in renewable energy systems
    • Power Quality Analysis
    • Micro grid
    Dr. Trapti Jain
    • Power system dynamics and security analysis
    • Power sector deregulation
    • FACTS controllers
    • Artificial Intelligence applications to power systems
    • Power Quality
    • Intergration of Electric Vehicals
    • Micro grid

Detailed information about the areas of research can be found on the individual faculty web pages.