Department of
Electronics and Communication Engineering, TIET

Advanced and innovating learning that builds intellectually strong minds for challenging industry trends

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in 1975. It aims to produce quality professionals in this field to compete globally and excel by carrying out basic and applied research in emerging areas by forging strong industry-institute interaction. All programs of the department of ECE are AICTE approved. The B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering Program is accredited by the NBA and EAC Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Modern Pedagogical methodology

The teaching and pedagogical regime adopted by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering encourages innovations, smart learning, and a student-centric experimental scenario. Modern teaching methodology powered with robust mentoring in a project-based mode fuels advanced learning. Extensive focus is laid on hands-on workshops, practical /immersion modules, in line with the course contents for students integration with industry experts. The courses are meticulously designed and planned to cater to individual industry demands.

Wide Career scope

Graduate Engineers of all the programs of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department are highly demanded in field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), 5G/6G Communication, IoT Based systems Designs, Chip Design, IC Fabrication, Embedded Systems, Network Engineering, Electronics Systems, Electronic Surveillance System, Mobile Communication, Power Industry, Software Development, Advance Processing Techniques etc. The department's main goal is to develop personnel that can face the industry's worldwide challenges with high professionalism. The faculty places a strong focus on experiential learning, industry-relevant information, theory, and practical components, and preparing students for difficult situations.

Vision

To lead in the creation and development of intellectual and human capital in electronics, computing and communication engineering in order to foster the technological, economical, and social enrichment of the nation and the world.

Mission

  • Educate a new generation of Engineers to meet the challenges of the future by providing them with a firm foundation in theory and practice of Electronics, Computing, and Communication Engineering at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  • Create, develop and disseminate knowledge by engaging students and faculty in cutting-edge research in partnership with government agencies, private industries, and non-government organizations. 
  • Promote a sense of scholarship, leadership, and service among all stakeholders.

 

 


Message from Head of the Department

Prof Kulbir Singh

Dear Visitors,

Welcome to the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (DECE) webpage. As the Head of the Department, it is my privilege to extend a warm greeting to all who are exploring the diverse facets of our department. Established in 1975, DECE has a rich legacy of academic excellence and has been a pioneering force in the field of Electronics, Communication, Computing and VLSI Engineering. Over the years, we have evolved and expanded to become a hub of innovation, research, and education.

Our department proudly offers three undergraduate courses: B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering, B.E. in Electronics and Computer Engineering, and B.E. in Electronics Engineering (VLSI Design and Technology). At the postgraduate level, we provide an enriching program - M. Tech. in VLSI Design, along with a robust PhD program.

I am delighted to share that our department holds the prestigious accreditation from both the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). These accreditations reflect our commitment to maintaining high academic standards and providing quality education.

DECE is not just a department; it's a community of dedicated faculty, enthusiastic students, and passionate researchers. Our focus is on fostering a dynamic learning environment that encourages creativity, critical thinking, and a spirit of inquiry. Active research groups drive collaborative and interdisciplinary research, supported by state-of-the-art facilities and substantial research funding. Major thrust areas include RF Systems and MEMS, Wireless and Optical Communication, Signal Processing, VLSI Devices, Circuit and Systems, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence and IoT.

As you navigate through our webpage, you will find comprehensive information about our academic programs, faculty profiles, research initiatives, and the vibrant activities that characterize our department. We take pride in our state-of-the-art laboratories, cutting-edge research facilities, and the opportunities we provide for students to engage in real-world projects.

Whether you are a prospective student, a colleague from academia or industry, or a curious visitor, we hope that this virtual space provides you with valuable insights into the ethos of DECE. Should you have any questions or require further information, feel free to reach out to us.

Thank you for your interest in the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. We look forward to engaging with you and sharing the exciting journey of knowledge and discovery.

Best Regards,

Prof Kulbir Singh
Head, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECED)
Associate Dean (Sustainability)

 


Excellence-oriented Academic Programmes

250 acre campus offering comprehensive electronics engineering programmes

Each programme for Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral levels is designed and developed with the aim of supporting students in their endeavors to pursue higher studies in chosen elective focus (EF) and explore job opportunities in related industries.


Research-Intensive Training

Delivering excellence via varied research avenues, trained faculty and innovation

Major Research Areas

  • RF Systems and MEMS
  • Wireless Communication
  • Optical Communication
  • Signal Processing
  • VLSI Devices, Circuit and System
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence

Research Projects and publications

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

• Ongoing Research Projects: 26 (1196 Lacs approx)

• Patents Published/Granted: 04/09

• Papers published in SCI/Non-SCI Journals/ Conferences in 2024: More than 125

 

Research Projects (last 5-years)

  • Design and development of microwave based imaging and hyperthermia system for diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer resp, and testing the prototype in 2D and 3D .
  • Development of an ultrasound-based medical imaging methodology with adaptive image processing algorithms for noninvasive early diagnosis of cancer: an in vitro study
  • Health Care System
  • An Autonomous Drone Swarm Framework for Real Time Air Quality Monitoring and Pollutant Quantification in NCR hotspots"
  • NFC-RFID sensor based smart bandage for real-time monitoring of wound health
  • Automatic defect detection and estimation of sub-surface defect parameters using thermal wave imaging for characterization of fibre reinforced polymer materials (6.7 Lacs)
  • Design and FPGA implementation of interconnected PUFs for Device level authentication /communication in IoT Networks
  • Design and Development of a Machine Learning Based Wearable Metasurface Device for Personal Health monitoring
  • Food Quality Monitoring Using Novel Graphene Based Microstrip Antenna Sensor
  • An adaptive and efficient transform architecture design for future video CODECs by exploiting the trade off between accuracy and hardware complexity
  • Semantics - Aware design of intelligent transportation systems and safety guarantees
  • Compact modelling and quantum transport simulation of negative capacitance nanoshield field effect transistors (NC-NSFETs) for next generation circuit applications
  • Modify properties of two dimensional nano materials via functionalization and doping
  • Design and Development of Anti-UAV(Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) system
  • Development of Focused Compact Microwave Hyperthermia Applicator for Small Cancerous Tumors
  • Food quality monitoring using novel low-cost antenna based sensor
  • Miniaturized Bio-Implantable MICS and ISM Band Antennas for Biomedical Devices
  • Development of an Intelligent blood Extraction Device
  • IoT based Systems
  • INVESTOR Sahayak: Language Independent Filling, Tracking, and Identification of Prospective Investors
  • Minimization of agricultural waste and maintenance of product quality
  • Development ofIntegrated Smart RF Device Using Metamaterial for IoT Applications
  • Digital Village: A Data-driven Approach to Precision Agriculture in Small Farms Project.
  • Developing a IEEE802.11P Channel Access Coordination Scheme for V2V Safety Message Broadcast in Vehicular Network
  • Design and Development of Graphene-based (Lens/Double Spiral) Antenna for RF Hyperthermia Treatment
  • Hierarchical software defined network for internet of things based health care system
  • Design and development of reconfigurable MIMO antenna array with high port isolation
  • Development of low-cost and highly conductive carbon Nanotube/graphene sensors based Physiological Recording system
  • Design and Development of Graphene-based microwave devices for stealth applications
  • ThapSAT
  • Enhanced treatment of wastewater using a synergy of microalgae and microorganisms without energy investment and biofuel production
  • Investigations on passive RFID tag antenna for UHF band applications

Research Facilities

WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH LAB FACILITIES

 

  • Drone & Intelligent Sensors Laboratory
  • Antenna Research Lab
  • BiOSAIL Research Lab
  • Biomedical Imaging and Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory
  • MEMS Research Lab
  • High Power RF Research Lab
  • SMDP C2S Research Lab
  • Fibre Optic research Lab
  • Thapsat Research Lab
  • Major Milestones

    last academic year

  • 60+

    Teaching Staff

  • 26

    Labs

  • 5

    Sponsored Projects

  • 2022

    Abet Accrediated

     

  • 100+

    Paper published in reputed Journals (2022)

Choicest faculty to lead you to the pinnacle of success

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has a handful of distinguished faculty who are shaping new success standards for advanced and innovative learning. 5 faculty members completed their Contemporisation program at Trinity College Dublin in the last 5 years and 4 members completed Postdoctoral in the last 5 years (3 to Trinity College Dublin and 1 to Oxford University). In addition, 4-week Entrepreneurship Workshop at University of Groningen, Netherlands was attended by 2 TI faculty. Advanced CAPSL program of 6 weeks attended by Dr. Rajesh Khanna at Trinity College Dublin.


Alumni Success Stories

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Latest Placements

14 lacs per annum

Average Salary Package

20+ Companies

At our Placement drive
  • Lucrative career opportunities, excellent placement prospects and extensive exposure for TIET students.
  • 150+ students given a chance to intern and work with their dream organisations.

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