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The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) was established in the year 1999. Since its establishment, there is a progressive growth in both infrastructure and academics. The department offers an UG program in with an intake of 180 and a PG program in “VLSI Design & Embedded Systems" with an intake of 18. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty. Most of the faculty are involved in various research activities. The department has well-equipped laboratories with all necessary equipment and software.
The department has an approved R&D center with globally recognized measuring and test facilities, headed by two eminent retired scientists - Dr. A Ramachandran (NAL) and Dr. R Srinivasan (IIAP).
The department regularly organizes guest lectures and seminars from eminent speakers from reputed organizations and National Labs to keep the students and staff in line with the latest technologies.
To be recognized as a leader in Electronics and Communication Engineering offering quality education with research focus on emerging technologies for the benefit of society
• Impart quality education with strong fundamentals in the field of Electronics and Communication engineering.
• Enable students with skills to solve complex technological problems by collaborative and multi-disciplinary research approach.
• Inculcate teamwork, lifelong learning and ethical practices to meet the expectations of industry as well as society.
Dr. A Ramachandran
Professor & HoD
M.E., Ph. D
Dr. Chandrashekar S M
Vice Principal & In-charge HoD
M.E., Ph. D
Academic and Administration
Dr. Parameshwara M C
M.Tech, Ph. D
Institution R & D co-ordinator
M.Tech, Ph. D
Dr. Sunil H
M.Tech, Ph. D
Texas Instruments Centre of Excellence Co-ordinator
The “International Conference on Embedded, Power systems, Control and Communication (ICEPC2-2019)” was organized by Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Vemana Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka on 26th - 27th July, 2019.
The purpose of this conference was to discuss applications and development in the area of “Embedded, Power systems, Control and Communication” which would give international values to Educational Institutes and Researchers.
The International Conference attracted over 75 submissions. Through rigorous peer reviews, 33 high quality papers were recommended by the Committee. The conference aptly focuses on the tools and techniques for the developments on current technology. The conference was inaugurated by KRJS President Sri H. N. Vijayaraghava Reddy, the chief guest Dr Raju G. Former scientist ISRO and Dr Vijayasimha Reddy B.G, Principal, Vemana IT. During the two days of the conference five keynote addresses were given by experts.
Three days workshop on MSP 430 was organized from 6th to 8th September. It motivated the students to learn the basics of MSP 430 F 5529 (microcontroller). It helped the students to understand how a microcontroller could control real-time hardware components and programming was taught to them. Students learnt to configure the MSP 430 launch pad to toggle on-board LED, and also configure ADC 12 to implement single channel sampling.
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) has organized a project exhibition on 08/06/2019. Students have exhibited the academic projects carried out during their final year course. In total 35 groups have participated and presented their work through posters. The projects are jointly evaluated by two experts: Sri K. Devaraj, Director, MSME Development Institute, Bangalore and Dr. A. Ramachandran, Professor, Dept. of ECE, Vemana Institute of Technology. The two best projects were awarded.
PRAVALI N PRASAD B S, RAAHUL BHARADWAJ, RASHMI SINGH, S N TULASI
Four days hands on Industry workshop (from 26th to 29th September-2018) on “IoT and Embedded systems had been organized by ECE/TE departments in coordination with Edgate Technologies, channel partner for Texas Instruments-university program. The workshop was conducted for 3rd year students. The workshop has covered concepts and importance of Analog design using MSP430,Wireless Integration, Introduction to Tiva-C, MSP430F5529,MSP430FR5989 Launch pad, UART communication between two launch pads, Overview of Energia, Design of wireless sensor networking applications, client server communication, Internet of things and SPI communication between two launch pads using TIIC Lab Tools.
Department of Electronics & communication Engg. Vemana IT Organized 3 days FDP on network simulator (22nd-24th Jan 2018) in association with Impulse systems.
The main objective of this FDP is to understand the simulation of wireless networks through hands-on experience in designing and implementing wireless networks in terms of energy models, bandwidth and reliability parameters. The tool focuses on the various technical topics and simulation of wireless networks in general and in particular mobile ad-hoc networks.
Program inaugurated by Chief Guest Dr.Shivamurthy G, Professor & HoD, Dept of MCA/CSE, Centre of PG studies VTU extension center, Muddenahalli. The program continued with introductory talk by Dr. T. Yella Reddy, Dean R&D, Vemana IT. More than 40 participants from various engineering colleges and industry were present in the program.
Home2 day hands on workshop on “PCB designing “had been organized by ECE departments in coordination with IEEE It was conducted on 7th and 8th of October 2017.The workshop has covered concepts of PCB design in ISIS Professional Software, Imprinting PCB tracks on copper board, Fabrication and process of Etching, and soldering components on a readymade PCB.
A 2 day hands on workshop on “Internet of Things “had been organized by ECE departments in coordination with IEEE and Robokart It was conducted on 23rd and 24th of September 2017..The workshop has covered concepts and importance of IOT TIIC Lab Tools, Arduino, Bluetooth module, Wi-Fi based automation, Server controlled automation, building a cloud control/android control Robot, and working on ESP8266 Wi-Fi module and sensors along with Arduino microcontroller.
A 3 day hands on Industry workshop on “TIIC Lab Tools “had been organized by ECE/TE departments in coordination with “Texas Instruments, Bangalore”. The workshop has covered concepts and importance of Analog design using MSP430, Wireless Integration, Introduction to Tiva-C and MSP430F5529, MSP430FR5989 Launch pad, CCV6, UART communication between two launch pads, Overview of Energia, Design of wireless sensor networking applications, client server communication, Internet of things and SPI communication between two launch pads. The details of this workshop are as given below.
Guest Lecture/Techinical Talk:
FKCCI is organized "MANTHAN" a business plan presentation program for the undergraduate students of Vemana IT, Koramagala to evaluate, recognize and reward the best original, commercially viable and implementable business proposals. Instituted in 2009 and now in its 12th edition, MANTHAN-2020 is aimed at encouraging young minds to develop the entrepreneurial spirit and motivate them to be a job creator instead of seeking the job.
Dr. Amaranth, Chairman of Manthan committee, FKCCI was addressed on MANTHAN - 2020.
Mr. J R Bangera executive from FKCCI was addressed on entrepreneurship.
Mr. Umesh S Medieval, Deputy Secretary, FKCCI, has explained the process of submitting innovative idea.
The technical talk was conducted on 19th September 2018 on “Latest trends in Nanotechnology”. It was presided by one of eminent personalities in the industry Mr. Mayank Chavrovarthy who is specialist in the field of semiconductors. Mr. Mayank's topic focussed on magnetic tunnel junctions or MTJs, emphasised on the working of the junctions, their applications and the scope that this new discovery aims to provide. The students were also introduced to magnetoresistors and their types. Later, the speaker highlighted the latest application Magneto Resistive Random Access Memory (MRAMs). MRAMs are much better than SRAMs and overcome the disadvantages of other RAMs such as high cost, slow execution speed and excess use of power to name a few.
The technical talk was presided by MH Babu who is a technical Manager in TATA Consultancy Sevices.His area of expertise are FPGA design, development and testing in different areas like telecom, automotive, aerospace, etc. … He addressed the students of 6th sem ECE on 28th February. The following is the summary of this technical talk: He spoke about the application of VLSI, Embedded system design flow and VLSI design methodology. The Embedded system design flow included the explanation of the FPGA, Hardware, and software and Product Management chain. The various steps involved under VLSI design methodology was also explained.
The technical talk was on “Evolution of Wireless and Cellular Communications and challenges in 5G networks”. It was presided by Dr.Navin Kumar who is an associate professor in Amritha University, Bangalore Campus. He educated the students on Cellular Mobile evolution, Global goal of Wireless Technologies and explained how the network and services have evolved from 2G to3G.He also explained in detail the objectives, targets and service areas of 4G Technology. He concluded the talk by explaining the future of 5G technologies and possible research areas in wireless communication for interested candidates.
Date: 15th March 2017 Event: Seminar on “Proba-2 a large field-of-view solar EUV imager, Proba-3 a formation flying solar coronagraph. Resource Person: Dr. J.J. Zender, European Space Agency, Netherlands.
Date: 8th March 2017 Event: Seminar on Bepicolombo-An ESA/JAXA mission to Mercury. Resource Person: Dr. J.J. Zender, European Space Agency, Netherlands.
Date: 8th September 2015 Event: Lecture on “Advances in instrumentation and MEMS sensors. Resource Person: Prof. Rajanna, IISC, Bangalore.
The final year ECE project students have visited Kodaikanal Solar Observatory, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Kodaikanal from January 21 to 28, 2018. There are 8 students have visited and Dr. R. Kariyappa & Mrs. Hemamalini have coordinated and joined the visit. The purpose of the visit to use the solar telescopes to observe the Sun & to obtain the solar images for their projects. The Indian Institute of Astrophysics has approved the visit to use all the observing facilities and Principal had permitted and approved the visit from college. The students have observed the Sun using different telescopes and obtained the solar images to apply an image processing techniques for their proposed projects as part of their engineering course.
With a mission to impart the quality technical education to each and every segment of society, ReddyJana Sangha coveted dream came into existence in 1999 with the beginning of Vemana Institute of Technology. Karnataka ReddyJana Sangha, one of the pioneers in the field of Education guided by a well-known Educationist Sri. H.N. Vijayaraghava Reddy.