Electrical Electronics Engineering happens to be the back bone of any industry with amazing versatility. Electrical Electronics engineering has been one of the fundamental disciplines of engineering and has undergone significant changes to accommodate the emerging trends in the scientific and technological sectors. Many Electrical Electronics engineers specialize in areas such as manufacturing, robotics, automotive/transportation, power generation and air conditioning. In the Electrical Electronics Engineering department these activities are reflected in the way we organize our teaching efforts. The department of Electrical Electronics Engineering strives to train students in Electrical Electronics engineering science as well as application of these scientific methods to conceive, organize and carry out scientific design of engineering systems. Our primary goal is to train future leaders with high-quality engineering education. The aim of the department is to disseminate knowledge and technologies through quality teaching, research and its applications in Electrical Electronics and allied disciplines.
Objective of the department
To improve continuously the quality of the teaching-learning process and set standards that other institute would want to emulate. To be totally student-centric, cater to overall growth and development of intellect and personality so that the alumni are worthy citizens and highly sought after professionals.
The department is backed up by highly efficient Laboratories encompassing the following practical domains
Electrical technology Lab
This lab has kits for performing all the electrical circuit experiments to verify various network theorems. It also has various electrical generators and transformers.
Analog Electronics Lab
In this lab we have equipment, instruments, integrated circuit chips(ICs) and all other components to perform experiment based on both electrical and digital electronics.
Electro Mechanical Energy Conservation (EMEC) lab
Both AC and DC electrical machines and transformers are installed in this lab to perform all the required experiments on electrical machines.
This lab has both 8085, 8086 and various other microcontrollers chip in sufficient numbers and various interfacing devices like 8253, 8255, ADC and DAC reader card, EPROM program and EPROM eraser.
Power Electronics and Drives Lab
This laboratory mainly focuses on research in the areas of variable speed drive and generating systems, including optimal design of electric machines using finite element method, power electronics device characterization and power circuit synthesis, analysis and application, on-line digital signal processor application to variable speed systems, and advanced control theory application to variable speed systems.
Electrical Measurements Lab
Experiments for measurement of electrical parameters like resistance, inductance, capacitance, etc. are performed in this lab by using of advanced practical kits.
Control Systems Lab
This laboratory imparts the knowledge about different system controlling & system response parameters. Real time control applications like Stepper Motor Control, P, PI & PID controller are done in this laboratory using various control kits.
Electrical Machines lab
This is a core laboratory which provides the elaborate knowledge about working of the A.C. & D.C. Machines. The performance characteristics like efficiency, speed, torque, slip, etc. can be noted down for relevant readings of various experiments.
Switch Gear & Protection Lab
This laboratory imparts the knowledge about power system protection & various switch gears used for power system. Advanced microprocessor based panel are equipped in this laboratory.
High Voltage Lab
The focus of the high voltage laboratory is in the area of technologies for a future sustainable electric energy supply, in particular electric energy transmission.
B.Tech EE 2rd Year(‘F’ Scheme effective from 2010-11)
Ajay Dagar, Vijay Mudgal, “Solar Data Acquisition Transmission and logging, International Journal of Interdiscipilinary Engineering & Science, 2014.
Ajay Dagar, Abhishek Singh, “Optimization of Computer for high speed flash ADC”, International Journal of Advanced Tech. in Engg. & Science, Volume No-02, Issue No-06, 2014
Sachin Talan, International journal IJSCE (ISSN: 2231-2307, Volume-2, Issue-3) on “Optical Communication System Performance Using MZI Switching”.
Pooja Mehta , N Kumar Review of automated techniques for detection of foreign fibres and cotton contaminations "5th Chandigarh science congress, 2011
Ashima Arora, “Fuzzy Logic – An Insight ” at National Conference held at N.C.C.E. Israna Panipat, Sept. 2008
Sachin Talan, “Blue Brain Technology” in National Conference, Lingaya's University, Faridabad.
Jeetendra Prasad "Sustainable Energy for Development –Opportunities and Challenges Ahead” December 2012, St. Xavier's College, Palayamkottai.
Monika Bhatt, “Microstrip Patch Antenna” in the National Conference (COTII-2013) held at A.I.T.M., Lucknow, Feb 2013.
WORKSHOP \ SEMINAR
Participated in the one day Programme on “Self Empowerment & Simulation Technology” organized by National Power Training Institute, Faridabad.
Attended two week short term course on “Fuzzy Logic & Neural Networks in indentification & control of Non- Linear System” Sponsored by AICTE-ISTE at NSIT, New Delhi.
Attended a short term training programme on Faculty Orientation\Development conducted by Lingaya’s Uinversity, FBD.
Attended a seminar on “Existing framework of Technical & professional education from the perspective of Industry: Expectations & challenges” held at IIT Delhi.
The research work is concerned with the investigation of the use of image processing for computer vision tasks in order to automatically analyze medical images, Optical fiber sensor and design, Microwave and radar.