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FDP/Expert Lectures/Seminars
Expert Lecture
The Department of EConE has organized a guest lecture on “Process Control (Academic &
Industry perspective)” under TEQIP-II on 11-08-2014. Dr.M.Chidambaram, Professor, Dept
of Chemical Engineering, IIT Chennai was the resource person.
Title of the seminar
“Process Control(Academic & Industry perspective)”
Date
11th August 2014
Target group
III, IV EConE and III EIE Students.
Resource person
Dr.M.Chidambaram, Professor, Dept of Chemical
Engineering, IIT Chennai.
Objectives
1) To improve the employability of the students in the area
of process control engineering.
2) To create awareness on PID and Fuzzy Controllers in
process control Engineering.
Expected Results
1) Acquired knowledge on basics and advances in process
control engineering.
2) Students are benefited with this demand driven careeroriented lecture.
Dr.M.Chidambaram delivering his lecture on
“Process Control (Academic & Industry perspective)”
Expert Lecture
The Department of EConE has organized an expert lecture on “Career counseling and guidance
for
Instrumentation
&
Control
Engineers”
under
TEQIP-II
on
17-04-2014.
Dr.T.Thyagarajan, Professor, Dept of Instrumentation Engineering & Director, Center for
university industry collaboration, MIT campus, Anna University, Chennai was resource person.
Title of the seminar
“Career counseling and guidance for
Instrumentation & Control Engineers”
Date
17th April 2014
Target group
II,III,IV EConE and III EIE B.Tech Students.
Resource person
Dr.T.Thyagarajan, Professor, Dept of Instrumentation
Engineering & Director, MIT campus, Anna University,
Chennai.
Objectives
1) To improve the employability of the students.
2) To create awareness on Career options in core
Electronics, Instrumentation and control engineering
companies, State and Central Government organizations,
R & D org., Core sectors etc., pursuing project work and
resume preparation etc.
Expected Results
1) Preparedness of the students to meet the market
requirements.
2) Students are benefited with this demand driven careeroriented lecture.
Dr.T.Thyagarajan delivering his lecture on
“Career counseling and guidance for Instrumentation & Control Engineers”
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Department of EConE has organized a Two Day National Level Faculty Development
Programme on “Electromagnetic Field Theory & Transmission Lines” under Technical
Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP-II), during 21-22 February 2014.
Dr. P.Dhanunjayan, Professor, Dept of ECE, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, and
Dr.K.S.Nayanathara, professor
& HOD ECE, CVR college of Engineering, Hyderabad,
inaugurated the program.
About 40 faculty members from SVEC and various engineering colleges were participated in
this program. Dr. P.Dhanunjayan has delivered lectures on “Vector calculus, Electrostatics
and Magneto statics” and Dr.K.S.Nayanathara
has delivered lectures on “Time Varying
Fields, Wave Propagation, & Transmission Lines”.
The outcomes of the program are as follows:
1.
Have an ability to determine the behavior of static and dynamic fields in all electrical
engineering applications.
2.
Ability to apply Maxwell’s equations to deduce wave equations for describing the
wave propagation.
3.
Ability to apply techniques for the measurement of basic transmission line
parameters.
Dr P.Dhanunjayan delivering his lecture on “Electrostatics”
Participants
Dr K.S.Nayanthara delivering her lecture on “Time Varying Fields”
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Department of EConE organized a Two Day National Level Faculty
Development
Programme
on
“Control
systems
with
MATLAB
(Classical & Modern)” under Technical Education Quality Improvement
Programme (TEQIP-II), during 26-27 July 2013.
Dr. V.Sankaranarayanan Assoc.Professor, National Institute
of Technology, Trichy and Dr.K.Srinivasan Assoc. Dean, Research and
Consultancy, National Institute of Technology, Trichy, inaugurated the
program.
About
engineering
81
colleges
V.Sankaranarayanan
faculty
members
participated
from
in
SVEC
this
has delivered lectures
on
and
program.
various
Dr.
“Classical Control
theory” and Dr.K.Srinivasan has delivered lectures on “PID control and
its
applications
and
State feedback
Controller design using
MATLAB”.
The outcomes of the program are as follows:
1. Awareness on control system applications using MATLAB.
2. Guiding students to undertake projects in the modern control
systems.
3. Awareness on State feedback controller design.
4. Cheering the faculty to pursue research in the field of Modern control
engineering.
Dr V.Sankaranarayanan delivering his lecture on
“Classical Control theory”
Dr K.Srinivasan delivering his lecture on
“State feedback Controller design”
Participants
Participants
SEMINAR
The Department of EConE, organized a One Day seminar on “Emerging
Trends in Automotive Electronics” under Technical Education Quality
Improvement Programme (TEQIP-II), on 16th March, 2013.
Seminar
Duration
Emerging Trends in Automotive
Electronics
4 hours (16-03-2013)
Contents
1.Basics of Automotive engineering
2.Roll of electronics in automobile
engineering
3.Design of sensors in a vehicle
Target group
Faculty of EConE, EIE, ME & III, IV
B.Tech EConE Students.
Sri P.Prabhaharan,Deputy General
Manager, Mahindra&Mahindra, Chennai
&
Sri L.M.Kishore, Senior Manager,
Mahindra&Mahindra, Chennai.
To make faculty & students aware of
the inter disciplinary engineering
applications
1. Acquired knowledge on basics and
advances in Automotive electronics.
2) Exposure to design criteria of
sensors.
Resource persons
Objectives
Expected Results
Resource Persons from Mahindra & Mahindra delivering seminar on
“Emerging Trends in Automotive Electronics”
“Queries Session”
EXPERT LECTURE
An expert lecture on “NANO TECHNOLOGY” (What it means to Engineers?)
by Prof. G. SWAMINATHAN, Ex General Manager, BHEL, Bangalore, was
organized for III & IV B.Tech EConE, III B.Tech EIE & ECE in Dasari
Auditorium on 18th January 2013.
Title of the seminar
Date
“Nano technology”
18th January 2013
Target group
III & IV B.Tech EConE, III B.Tech ECE & EIE
Students.
Resource person
Prof. G. SWAMINATHAN, Ex General Manager,
BHEL, Bangalore
Objectives
The talk is aimed at giving a brief on the basics
and material synthesis as well as developments
and demonstrations that are exciting over wide
ranging technology areas including applications
related to medicine.
1) Acquired superior knowledge on basics and
advances in non linear control systems.
2) Sliding mode control and its concepts were
discussed
Expected Results
Prof. G. SWAMINATHAN delivering Lecture on“Nano technology”
SEMINAR
The Dept of EConE organized a seminar on “GOAL Setting and Art of facing
an Interview” Under TEQIP-II.
Title of the seminar
Date
Duration
Target group
“ Goal Setting & Art of Facing an Interview”
17th Feb 2012
2.30 hours
I, II, III&IV B.Tech EConE Students.
Resource person
Mr. K.Naveen,Principal Technical officer& ACTS
Head,
C-DAC,Hyderabad
Objectives
1) To improve the employability of the students
2) To seek and associate experts from industry in
curriculum development and review.
1) Preparedness of the students to meet the
market requirements.
2) Students are benefited with this demand
driven career-oriented lecture
Expected Results
Mr. K.Naveen delivering Lecture on “Goal Setting & Art of Facing an
Interview”
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Department of EConE, organized a One Day National Level Faculty Development
Programme on “Nonlinear Control Systems” under Technical Education Quality
Improvement Programme (TEQIP-II), on 28th December 2012.
Expert Lecture
“Nonlinear Control Systems”
Duration
3:15 hours (28-12-2012)
Contents
Basics of non linear control systems and sliding mode
control.
Target group
Faculty & III,IV B.Tech Students.
Resource person
Dr. V. Sankara Narayanan, Associate Professor,
NIT,Trichy.
Objectives
To make faculty & students aware of the typical sliding
mode control.
Expected Results
1) Acquired superior knowledge on basics and advances in
non linear control systems.
2) Sliding mode control and its concepts were discussed
Dr. V. Sankara Narayanan delivering Expert lecture
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Department of EConE& Department of EIE, organized a Two Day National
Level Faculty Development Programme on “Soft Computing: Advances &
Applications” under Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme
(TEQIP-II), during 21-22 December 2012.
Prof. T. Thyagarajan, Head, Instrumentation Engineering, MIT, Chennai and
Dr.G.V.Marutheswar, Professor, Department of EEE, SVU, inaugurated the
program. About 70 faculty members from SVEC and various engineering colleges
participated in this program. Prof.V.S.S.Kumar, Principal, Osmania University
College of Engineering , has delivered a lecture on “Different Perspectives of Neural
Networks and Fuzzy Logic”.
Prof.T.Thyagarajan delivered lectures on Neural Networks, Fuzzy with
Genetic Algorithm and Neuro Fuzzy Systems.
Dr.G.V.Marutheswar delivered lectures on Fuzzy Logic and Applications of
Fuzzy Control.
The outcomes of the program are as follows:
1. Acquired superior knowledge on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic.
2. Cheering the faculty to pursue research in the field of Neural Networks,
Fuzzy Logic & Genetic Algorithms.
3. Awareness on various applications of Soft Computing Techniques in
Instrumentation and Control Systems.
Dr. P.C. Krishnamachary, Principal addressing the resource persons and
participants
Dr.G.V.Maruteswar delivering his lecture on “Fuzzy Logic”
Dr.T.Thyagarajan delivering his lecture on “Neural Networks”
Prof.V.S.S.Kumar delivering his lecture on “Different Perspectives Of Neural
Networks and Fuzzy Logic”
Participants
GUEST LECTURE
The Department of EConE has organized a guest lecture on “Fuzzy Logic and Control
Systems”. The main objective of this lecture is to make students aware of the applications
of Fuzzy Logic in control engineering.
Expert Lecture
Fuzzy Logic and Control Systems
Duration
3:00 hours (17-10-2012)
Contents
1.Introduction to fuzzy logic
2. Applications of fuzzy logic in control
systems
3. Design problem discussion
III/IV &IV/IV EConE
Dr. G. V. Marutheswar,
Associate Professor,
Department of Electrical & Electronics
Engineering, SV University,
Tirupathi.
1. To cover the syllabus beyond the
curriculum.
Target group
Resource person
Objectives
Expected Results
1. Multi-disciplinary thought is promoted
among students.
EXPERT LECTURE
An expert lecture on “Electromagnetic Fields” by Dr. Y.V. Narayana, Professor &
Principal, Tirumala Engineering College, Narasaraopet, Guntur was organized for III & IV
B.Tech (EConE) in Dasari Auditorium on 26th July 2012.
Dr. P.C. Krishnamachary, Principal, SVEC inviting Dr. Y.V. Narayana, Professor &
Principal, Tirumala Engineering College, Narasaraopet, Guntur
Dr. Y.V. Narayana, Professor & Principal, Tirumala Engineering College,
Narasaraopet, Guntur delivering the expert lecture.
EXPERT LECTURE
The Department of EConE conducted an expert lecture on “Trends in permanent magnet
machines and drives for Green Technologies”. The main objective of this lecture is to
make students aware of the green engineering and to refresh their basics of machines and
drives.
Expert Lecture
Trends in permanent magnet machines and drives for Green
Technologies
Duration
2:30 hours (28-12-2011)
Contents
1. Introduction to Wind energy
2. The Scope of job market in the wind energy sector.
3. Brusheless DC motors
4. Electric vehicles module description
5. Design problem discussion
Target group
III/IV &IV/IV E.Con.E, III/IV EIE,IV/IV EEE
Resource person
Mr. Mahesh Patil, GM, Embedded services, PL Engineering
ltd, Hyderabad
Objectives
1. To improve the employability of the students
2. To cover the syllabus beyond the curriculum.
3. To seek and associate experts from industry in curriculum
development and review.
Expected Results
1. Increase in collaboration with industry.
2. Students are benefited with this demand driven career –
oriented lecture.
3. Multi-disciplinary thought is promoted among students.
GUEST LECTURE
The Department of EConE has conducted a Guest lecture on “Reliability in Electronics
Engineering”. The main objective of this lecture is to make students aware of the basics of
reliability engineering.
Guest Lecture
Reliability in Electronics Engineering
Duration
2 hours (26-09-2011)
Contents
1. Introduction to Reliability
2. Testing for Reliability.
3. Reliability in Electronics Engineering.
Target group
II/IV,III/IV &IV/IV E.Con.E
Resource person
Dr. R.V.S. Satyanarayana, Professor, Department of ECE,
S.V. University, Tirupati.
Objectives
1. To improve the employability of the students
2. To cover the syllabus beyond the curriculum.
Expected Results
1. Students are benefited with this demand driven career –
oriented lecture.
2. Multi-disciplinary academic culture is promoted among
students.
Guest Lecture delivered by Dr. R.V.S. Satyanarayana, Professor,
Department of ECE, S.V. University, Tirupati.
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Department of EConE has organized a Two Day National Level
Faculty Development Programme on “Electromagnetic Field Theory &
Transmission
Lines”
under
Technical
Education
Quality
Improvement
Programme (TEQIP-II), during 21-22 February 2014.
Dr. P.Dhanunjayan, Professor, Dept of ECE, Pondicherry University,
Pondicherry, and Dr.K.S.Nayanathara, professor
& HOD ECE, CVR college
of Engineering, Hyderabad, inaugurated the program.
About 40 faculty members from SVEC and various engineering colleges
were participated in this program. Dr. P.Dhanunjayan has delivered lectures
on
“Vector
calculus,
Dr.K.S.Nayanathara
Electrostatics
and
Magneto
statics”
and
has delivered lectures on “Time Varying Fields, Wave
Propagation, & Transmission Lines”.
The outcomes of the program are as follows:
1. Have an ability to determine the behavior of static and dynamic fields in
all electrical engineering applications.
2. Ability to apply Maxwell’s equations to deduce wave equations for
describing the wave propagation.
3. Ability to apply techniques for the measurement of basic transmission
line parameters.
Dr P.Dhanunjayan delivering his lecture on “Electrostatics”
Participants
Dr K.S.Nayanthara delivering her lecture on “Time Varying Fields”

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