Courses

Special Module in Nanoelectronics ELV834

Credits: 1

Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of Nano Electronics.

Special Module in Semiconductor Business Management ELV833

Credits: 1

To educate students about semiconductor business. This includes business domains in semiconductors, latest business challenges, market trends and forecasts, business planning and incubation, execution and delivery, technical and financial analysis of R&D , business and finance models of chip manufacturing units (or fabs.), foundries, and solar power plants.

Special Module in Machine Learning ELV832

Credits: 1

Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in this area.

Special Module in VLSI Testing ELV831

Credits: 1

Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of VLSI Testing.

Special Module in Low Power IC Design ELV830

Credits: 1

Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of Low Power IC Design.

Special Modules in Information Processing-II ELV823

Credits: 1

Special Module in Communication Systems and Networking-II ELV821

Credits: 1

Special Modules in Information Processing-I ELV781

Credits: 1

Pre-requisites: to be decided by the instructor

Special Module in Computers ELV780

Credits: 1

Special Modules in ETI ELV753

Credits: 1

Special Modules in EETI ELV752

Credits: 1

Special Modules in AEI ELV750

Credits: 1

ADVANCED SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES ELV739

Credits: 3

Special Module in Scientific Writing for Research ELV734

Credits: 1

Tools needed for scientific writing, ethics of publication, plagiarism, attribution, copyrights, writing impactful papers, writing theses, writing a technical disclosure or patent.

Special Modules in NE&PS I ELV731

Credits: 1

Special Modules in V&ES I ELV730

Credits: 1

Special Module in Communication Systems and Networking-I ELV720

Credits: 1

Special Module in Cyber Security ELV710

Credits: 1

Overview of cyber security, computer security and the associated threat, attack, adversary models, access control, intrusion detection, basic network security, security of cyber physical systems and a brief introduction to cryptography.

Special Module in Systems and Control ELV700

Credits: 1

To provide exposure in specialized topics in systems and control.

Special Modules in SG&REI ELV451

Credits: 1

Industrial Training and Seminar ELT850

Credits: 3

SEMESTER INTERNSHIP ELT400

Credits: 5

SUMMER INTERNSHIP - II ELT300

Credits: 2

SUMMER INTERNSHIP - I ELT200

Credits: 2

Independent Study ELS880

Credits: 3

Independent Study (EE3) ELS330

Credits: 3

Independent Study (EE1) ELS310

Credits: 3

SEMINAR COURSE - VI ELQ306

Credits: 1

SEMINAR COURSE - V ELQ305

Credits: 1

SEMINAR COURSE - IV ELQ304

Credits: 1

SEMINAR COURSE - III ELQ303

Credits: 1

SEMINAR COURSE - II ELQ302

Credits: 1

SEMINAR COURSE - I ELQ301

Credits: 1

Power System Lab-II ELP871

Credits: 3

Power System Lab-I ELP870

Credits: 3

Power flow studies, fault studies, state estimation, security analysis, robust power flow methods, power flow with uncertain data.

Smart-Grids Laboratory ELP855

Credits: 3

Experiments related to smart-grids measurement and control.

Electrical Machines CAD Laboratory ELP854

Credits: 3

Computer aided design of electrical machines.

DSP Based Control of Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory ELP853

Credits: 2

Experiments on the DSP/Digital signal controllers, Interfacing peripherals to DSP, Assembly language programming, Real-time voltage/ current, speed sensing signal and processing, PWM strategies realization through DSP and controlling power electronic and Drive Systems.

Electrical Drives Laboratory ELP852

Credits: 2

Experiments on drive systems with converter fed dc and ac drives and their control.

Power Electronics Laboratory ELP851

Credits: 2

Experiments on Power electronic converters and their control.

Electrical Machines Laboratory ELP850

Credits: 2

Experiments on Electrical Machines and their control.

Device and Materials Characterization Laboratory ELP833

Credits: 3

Skill development in semiconductor modeling and characterization through hands on electrical characterization experiments. This includes wafer-level DC and RF characterization of p-n junction diode, MOS capacitor and transistor, photo-electric characterization of solar cells, TCAD and compact modeling of these devices, Materials Characterization (SEM, AFM, TEM, etc.).

IEC Laboratory-II ELP832

Credits: 3

Introduction to Cadence, Learning Cadence design framework and Virtuoso environment, Design with Virtuoso schematic editor, Layouts, Learning and applying Synopsys and Xilinx tools, Circuit simulation and SPICE.

IEC Laboratory-I ELP831

Credits: 3

Introduction to Cadence, Learning Cadence design framework and Virtuoso environment, Design with Virtuoso schematic editor, Layouts, Learning and applying Synopsys and Xilinx tools, Circuit simulation and SPICE.

Semiconductor Processing Laboratory ELP830

Credits: 3

Deposition of Semiconductor Materials and Metals: Sputter Deposition, E-Beam Deposition, and Thermal Evaporation; Photolithography; Electron-Beam Lithography; Epitaxial Growth of Semiconductors, Materials Characterization.

Network Software Laboratory ELP822

Credits: 3

Contents: CASE tools,client-server programming, middleware and use of Object Request Broker architectures, use of network emulators, using networks APIs Parlay/JAIN, service-oriented architectures, openflow and SDN, network management software design.

Advanced Telecommunication Networks Laboratory ELP821

Credits: 3

To provide advanced level laboratory experiments in telecom signaling and transmission.

Advanced Control Laboratory ELP801

Credits: 2

Magnetic Levitation System, Twin Rotor MIMO System, Gyroscope, Ball and Beam System, Embedded Control System, Mobile Robotic System.

Control Systems Laboratory ELP800

Credits: 1

Basics of Sensors and Actuators, Study of AC and DC Motors, Linear Systems, Analog and Digital Motors, Synchros, Temperature Control.

Computer Networks Lab ELP782

Credits: 3

Simulation and hardware experiments on different aspects of computer communication networks. Network traffic generation and analysis, differentiated service queues, network of queues using discrete event simulations.

Digital Systems Lab ELP781

Credits: 3

Software Lab ELP780

Credits: 3

Experiments related to the following topics: advanced data structures and algorithms, compilers, GUI, component-based software design, distributed and web based applications, UML, firmware, database applications.

Physical Design Laboratory ELP736

Credits: 3

Wireless Communication Laboratory ELP725

Credits: 3

Embedded Telecommunication Systems Laboratory ELP721

Credits: 3

Telecommunication Networks Laboratory ELP720

Credits: 3

Contents: Development of network elements such as routers, SNMP nodes. Use of laboratory and telecom field test instruments such as: oscilloscopes, oscillators, RMS meters, transmission impairment measuring systems, return loss meters, etc. Enables students to study voice and data switching functions and to measure transmission and traffic characteristics on models of the major business communication systems and carrier transmission facilities (controlled LAN environments, Ethernet, E1, T1/T3lines). Experimental procedures include the use of frequency and time division multiplex systems and the modulation techniques employed by in such systems and the observation of noise and distortion effects.

Microwave Laboratory ELP719

Credits: 3

Design, fabrication and testing of simple linear microwave circuits using microstrip technology.

Telecommunication Software Laboratory ELP718

Credits: 3

Contents: CASE tools, object-oriented program development, use of telecom network simulator, implementation using C/C++/Java, network management software design, V.5 test and simulation.

Digital Communications Laboratory ELP411

Credits: 1

Electric Drives Laboratory ELP332

Credits: 2

Communication Engineering Laboratory ELP311

Credits: 1

Laboratory experiments on analog, pulse, and basic digital modulation and demodulation techniques.

Design and System Laboratory ELP305

Credits: 2

Power Engineering Laboratory ELP303

Credits: 2

Experiments will be conducted on 3-phase alternators and transformers for measuring their sequence impedance. Directional, overcurrent and differential protection relays will be studied. Computer simulation for power flow, short circuit and stability studies of interconnected power systems. Numerical relays and synchrophasors will be introduced. FACTS devices will be experimented.

Power Electronics Laboratory ELP302

Credits: 2

Control Engineering Laboratory ELP225

Credits: 2

Basics of Sensors and Actuators, Study of AC and DC Motors, Linear Systems, Analog and Digital Motors, Synchros, Temperature Control.

Electromagnetics Laboratory ELP212

Credits: 2

Electromechanics Laboratory ELP203

Credits: 2

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY ELP201

Credits: 2

INTRO. ELEC.ENGG. POWER & AUTO. ELN111

Credits: 1

INTRO. TO ELECTRICAL ENGG. ELN101

Credits: 1

Testing and Fault Tolerance ELL899

Credits: 3

Introduction to testing, simulation, fault simulation, automatic test pattern generator, sequential logic bests, automatic test equipment, design for testability, Built-In-Self-Test (BIST), behavioral test and verification.

Pervasive Computing ELL898

Credits: 3

Introduction, computer and network architectures for pervasive computing, mobile computing mechanisms, human-computer interaction using speech and vision, pervasive software systems, location mechanisms, practical techniques for security and user-authentication, and experimental pervasive computing systems.

Network Management ELL897

Credits: 3

Activities, methods, operational procedures, tools, communications interfaces, protocols, and human resources that pertain to the operation, administration, maintenance, and provisioning of communications networks, network management standards, technologies; functional areas of fault management, configuration management, accounting management, performance management, and security management, major Internet and telecommunications standards for network management: SNMPv3, RMON, CMIP and TMN.

Mobile Computing ELL896

Credits: 3

Overview of mobile computing; introduction to GSM, 3GPP, 4G LTE, LTE-A standards; wireless networking protocols: mobile IP, ad hoc networks, wireless TCP; cognitive radio networks; data broadcasting; location and context awareness; QoS, QoE; disconnected or weakly connected operations; protocol and resource optimization; wireless security issues.

Network Security ELL895

Credits: 3

Introduction to cryptography, public key distribution and user authentication, TLS and wireless network security, secure email and PGP, IP security, system security - intrusion, malicious software and firewalls.

Network Performance Modeling and Analysis ELL894

Credits: 3

Network performance models and classifications, Hidden Markov Models (HMM), Delay and throughput analysis using Markov models, Performance analysis with multi-class traffic, Renewal theory and regenerative processes, Performance analysis with semi-Markov traffic characteristics, Network performance analysis with interactive servers, Practical network traffic characterization, Network performance stability, Introduction to dynamic programming, Example network modeling scenarios in various engineering applications.

Cyber-Physical Systems ELL893

Credits: 3

Introduction: core principles behind CPSs; Specification of CPS, CPS models: Continuous, Discrete, Hybrid, Compositional; Abstraction and System Architecture, Design by Invariants, Sensing and Fusion, Cloud of Robots/CPS; Case Studies: Healthcare, Smart Grid, Transportation.

Internet Technologies ELL892

Credits: 3

Web and service oriented architectures, dynamic web site programming (client side and server side), web application development, web based repositories, UI design, XML, Web 2.0 and the semantic web, applications.

Computational Linguistics ELL891

Credits: 3

Introduction to language and linguistics; Mathematical foundations: statistics and machine learning; Introduction to corpus-based computational linguistics; Lexical analysis; Syntactic analysis; Semantic analysis; Discourse analysis; Psycholinguistics, computational cognitive models of language processing and evolution; Assignments and practical exercises involving the application of these techniques to real-word corpora.

Computational Neuroscience ELL890

Credits: 3

Fundamentals of brain anatomy and physiology, signals of brain, Brain signal recording and imaging techniques, Human experimentation study design, Processing the X-D neural data, Machine learning approaches, Graph theory and neural networks, Multivariate pattern analysis in 4D Imaging data, Statistical inferences, student projects and presentations.

Protocol Engineering ELL889

Credits: 3

Principles, stages, specification formalisms (UML, SDL, ASN.1) of telecom protocol design, protocol software development process, computer aided protocol engineering, verification and testing of protocols, object oriented techniques in protocol development, kernel level development and programming of protocols.

Advanced Machine Learning ELL888

Credits: 3

Advanced topics in machine learning, including Nonlinear Dimension Reduction, Maximum Entropy, Exponential Family Models, Graphical Models; Computational Learning Theory, Structured Support Vector Machines, Feature Selection, Kernel Selection, Meta-Learning, Multi-Task Learning, Semi-Supervised Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Approximate Inference, Clustering, and Boosting.

Cloud Computing ELL887

Credits: 3

Introduction; Example System: Apple iCloud, Amazon-AWS; Fundamental Concepts: Cloud Characteristics, Cloud delivery models; Cloud Enabling Technology: broad-band network,virtualisation technology; Cloud Infrastructure Mechanisms: Logical Network Perimeter, Virtual Server, Cloud Storage Devices;Cloud Architecture: Workload Distribution Architecture, Resource Pooling Architecture, Dynamic Scalability Architecture, Hypervisor Clustering Architecture, Load Balanced Virtual Server Instances Architecture, Elastic Resource Capacity Architecture, Elastic Disk Provisioning Architecture, Redundant Storage Architecture; Cloud Security: Encryption, Identity and Access management, Cloud-based Security Groups; Working with Cloud: Building Service Platforms, Cost Metrics, Pricing Models.

Big Data Systems ELL886

Credits: 3

Introduction; Hadoop, Map-Reduce, GFS/HDFS, Bigtable/HBASE; Extension of Map-Reduce: iMap-reduce (iterative), incremental map-reduce. SQL and Data-parallel programming, DryadLINQ. Data-flow parallelism vs. message passing. Data locality. Memory hierarchies. Sequential versus random access to secondary storage. NoSQL systems. NewSQL systems. Finding similar items and LSH; Search Technology: link analysis and Page-rank algorithm; Large Scale Graph Processing; Mining Streaming Data and Realtime analytics: Window semantics and window joins. Sampling and approximating aggregates (no joins). Querying histograms. Maintaining histograms of streams. Use of Haar wavelets. Incremental and online query processing: online aggregation.

Machine Learning for Computational Finance ELL885

Credits: 3

Time series forecasting techniques, Introduction to Portfolio theory, Trading Systems, Optimisation methods, Risk Management, Machine Learning for Algorithmic Trading.

Information Retrieval ELL884

Credits: 3

Motivation, evaluation, classical IR models, Indexing, ML techniques, Semantic search, MIR, Web-scale information retrieval, Query processing, User interfaces.

Embedded Intelligence ELL883

Credits: 3

Basics of embedded, learning, and adaptive systems; sensors, nature of dynamic environments, hardware aspects.

Large-Scale Machine Learning ELL882

Credits: 3

Introduction, Randomized Algorithms, Matrix Approximations (low-rank approximation, decomposition, sparse matrices, matrix completion), Large Scale Optimization, Kernel Methods (fast training), Boosted Decision trees, Dimensionality Reduction (linear and nonlinear methods), Distributed Gibbs Sampling, Sparse Methods/Streaming (sparse coding...); Applications.

Special Topics in Computers-II ELL881

Credits: 3

Special Topics in Computers-I ELL880

Credits: 3

Power System Reliability ELL874

Credits: 3

Review of basic probability theory, reliability theory, network modeling and evaluation of simple and complex systems, generation system reliability concept of loss of load probability, energy not served, transmission system reliability, component failure, distribution system reliability with perfect and imperfect switching.

Power System Transient ELL873

Credits: 3

Origin and nature of transients and surges. Lumped and distributed circuit representations. Line energisation and de-energisation transients, current chopping, short-line faults, trapped charge effects, effect of source, control of transients, Lightening, effect of tower footing resistance, travelling waves, insulation coordination, circuit breakers duty, surge arresters, overvoltage limiting devices.

Selected Topics in Power System ELL872

Credits: 3

To be decided by the Instructor when floating this course: It can be anything that is related to power system, but is not covered in any of the established courses.

Distribution System Operation and planning ELL871

Credits: 3

Structure of distribution system, modeling of system components, power flow, fault studies, state estimation, optimal power flow, optimal feeder reconfiguration, optimum resources planning, incorporation of DGs in operation and planning.

Restructured Power System ELL870

Credits: 3

Philosophy of market models, Concepts in micro-economics, Centralized and de-centralized Dispatch Philosophies, Congestion Management, Ancillary Service Management, Transmission Pricing Methods, Loss Allocation Algorithms, Locational Marginal Price (LMP) calculation and properties, Financial Transmission Rights (FTRs), Transmission Expansion Planning, Market Power, Working of International Power Markets, Restructuring Issues in Indian Power Sector.

Selected Topics in Electric Drives ELL859

Credits: 3

Recent developments in the area of electric drives.

Advanced Topics in Electric Drives ELL858

Credits: 3

Advanced PWM Techniques. Control of switched reluctance motor drives. Control of slip-ring induction motor drives. Self-commissioning and self-adaptation techniques in drives. Sensor-less techniques in drives. Fault tolerant controllers and converters. Other recent topics on drives.

Selected Topics in Power Electronics ELL857

Credits: 3

Recent developments in power electronics.

Advanced Topics in Power Electronics ELL856

Credits: 3

Upcoming power electronic devices- SiC and GaN devices. Design of power electronic converters, Introduction to soft-switching in dc-dc and dc-ac applications.

High Power Converters ELL855

Credits: 3

Introduction to High Power devices IGBT, Thyristor, IGCT. Different topologies of high power converters Voltage Source and current source converter, 2- level converters, 3 level NPC converter, Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Converters, Modular multilevel converters. Pulse width modulation techniques for high power converters Level shifted PWM, Phase shifted PWM, Space vector PWM for multilevel converters. Design of high power converter components, operational issues, fault tolerant operat.ion, reliability, mechanical design. Design of filters for high power converters. Relevant IEEE and IEC standards for high power converters.

Selected Topics in Electrical Machines ELL854

Credits: 3

Recent developments in the area of electrical machines.

Advanced Topics in Electrical Machines ELL853

Credits: 3

Introduction to Advanced Topics in Electrical Machines, Synchronous Reluctance Machines, Hybrid Motors, Linear Motors, Super conducting Machines, PCB Motors, Micro motors, Written Pole Machines. Applications of all these advanced motors in field of Robotics, Automation, Electric Vehicles, pumping etc. The rating consideration and special advantages with these motors in various practical or field conditions is primary objective of this course. Other Advanced machines, Case Studies, Computer Aided Simulation of Electrical Machines are added for enhanced understanding of the topic.

Condition Monitoring of Electrical Machines ELL852

Credits: 3

The course includes the need for condition monitoring. Three main subdivisions of the course are types of fault and their symptoms, diagnostic methods to identify these faults and a deep signal processing analysis for fault diagnosis. The various components prone to fault are stator, rotor, shaft, gear box, bearing etc. The diagnosis methods includes diagnosis based on temperature, infrared signal, vibration, noise, motor current signature analysis etc. various signal processing techniques such as fuzzy logic, neural network from fault diagnosis point of view are also included in this course.

Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines ELL851

Credits: 3

Introduction of Standards and standardizations, specifications, frame size, basic design methodology and engineering considerations. Properties of electric, magnetic and insulating materials. Choice of materials, frames etc. Computerization of design procedures. Optimization techniques and their application to design problems. Design of large and h.p. motors. Database and knowledge based expert systems. Development of PC based software.

Digital Control of Power Electronics and Drive Systems ELL850

Credits: 3

Review of Digital signal processors, Laplace transforms, Theory of sampling, z-transformations, sampling techniques, Digital PWM generation schemes, Realization of different PWMs using DSPs, Control of DC-DC Converters, Inverters, DC and Ac Machines.

Selected Topics in IEC-II ELL834

Credits: 3

CMOS RF IC Design ELL833

Credits: 3

Historical Aspects From Maxwell to Current Wireless standards; The bridge between communication system designer and RF IC Designer: a) Comm. system characterization, b)RF System Characterization; Transceiver Architectures Motivation for the individual blocks; Lumped, passive RLC, RF properties of MOS, Tuned Amplifiers; LNAs: Noise sources, Cascades and LNA Design; Mixers passive and active mixers ; Oscillators: Analysis Fundamentals, Inductors, LC Oscillators and VCOs; Frequency synthesizers: Principles, Integer N vs Fractional PLL, Design Concepts.

Selected Topics in IEC-I ELL832

Credits: 3

CAD for VLSI, MEMS, and Nanoassembly ELL831

Credits: 3

Algorithms for design, modelling, and simulation ranging from VLSI, MEMS, to nanoassembly; computer aided nano-design for materials.

Issues in Deep Submicron VLSI Design ELL830

Credits: 3

VLSI Scaling rules and their impact: Short channel effect, Sub threshold leakage current, Gate leakage, VTH and body bias; Low power design: Technology level: 3D and 4 terminal MOSFETs, PDSOI, FDSOI, FINFET; Sub threshold leakage control: Transistor stacking in digital logic Multiple VTH, VDD designs, Dynamically adjustable VTH; Digital Circuit Design: Digital Sub-threshold Logic, Noise Immunity, Clock gating, Switching activity minimization; Analog Circuit Design: gm/ID Methodology for Design, Low power, low voltage opamp design, Subthreshold operation of opamps; Architecture level: Array Based Architectures, Parallel and Pipelined Architectures; Interconnects & Noise: Capacitive & Inductive coupling Analysis & Optimization, Power/Ground Noise, L*di/dt noise, Power/Ground Placement Optimization, Decoupling.

Selected Topics in Information Processing-II ELL824

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Information Processing-I ELL823

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Communication Systems and Networking-II ELL822

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Communication Systems and Networking-I ELL821

Credits: 3

Photonic Switching and Networking ELL820

Credits: 3

Study of different types of networks, the enabling technologies and devices. Broadcast and Select network. Single and Multi-hop networks with example of Access networks, PONS etc., Wavelength Routing network, virtual topology, Metro and Wide area networks. Wavelength Routing and Assignment, Traffic Grooming and Protection, Network Control and Management, Optical packet and burst switching, Network Simulation Tools and Design guidelines.

Introduction to Plasmonics ELL819

Credits: 3

EM Waves, Maxwells Equations, Origin of Permittivity, Evanescent Waves, Surface Plasmons, Scattering and Diffraction, Spoof Surface Plasmon, Extraordinary Optical Transmission, Numerical Simulations of Surface Plasmons, Negative Index Materials.

Telecommunication Technologies ELL818

Credits: 3

Types of Data Networks, types of access and edge networks, core networks, OSS/NMS and Telecom Management network (TMN), Teletraffic Theory and Network analysis.

Access Networks ELL817

Credits: 3

Contents: Types of access networks, wired (copper and optical) and wireless access networks, management, dimensioning and scaling of access networks, access network design.

Satellite Communication ELL816

Credits: 3

Introduction to satellite communication and orbital theory, satellite antennas, satellite link design, channel models for satellite links, modulation, multiple access techniques for satellite communication, VSAT, introduction to MIMO systems and error analysis, multiple antenna based satellite communication, hybrid satellite-terrestrial communication system.|There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

MIMO Wireless Communications ELL815

Credits: 3

Introduction to space-time diversity, MIMO channel, MIMO information theory, error probability analysis, transmit diversity and space-time coding, linear STBC design, differential coding for MIMO, precoding, multiuser MIMO; There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

Wireless Optical Communications ELL814

Credits: 3

General introduction, optical channel modeling, background noise calculations, Modulation techniques: M-PPM, OOK, mxn PAPM, subcarrier modulation, DPPM, DHPIM, DAPPM, psd and bandwidth requirement evaluation, Detection techniques - Photon counter, PMT, coherent techniques, bit error rate evaluation in presence of atmospheric turbulence, concept of adaptive threshold, effect of turbulence and weather conditions viz., drizzle, haze fog on error performance and channel capacity, link availability.

Advanced Information Theory ELL813

Credits: 3

Capacity of single-user Gaussian multi-antenna deterministic channels and optimal strategies. Reliable transmission in single user state dependent channels. Capacity of Gaussian single-antenna fading channels with state (RX CSI, Full CSI). Capacity of single-antenna frequency-selective fading channels (OFDM modulation, waterfilling across frequency). Capacity of Gaussian multi-antenna single user fading channels (RX CSI only, Full CSI). Spatial multiplexing gain, array gain. Transmitter and receiver architectures, V-BLAST transmission, Zero-Forcing receiver, MMSE receiver, MMSESIC receiver. Optimality of MMSE-SIC. Capacity region of the multi-user Gaussian MAC channel. Capacity region of the multiuser Gaussian Broadcast channel (BC) with single-antenna terminals. Capacity of state dependent channels with non-causal side information (Gelfand-Pinsker coding). Dirty paper coding to pre-cancel known interference. MAC-BC duality. Capacity region of the multi-user Gaussian Broadcast channel with multi-antenna terminals (Dirty paper coding achieves the capacity region). Capacity region of the Interference channel. There are no laboratory or design activities involved in this course.

Microwave Propagation and Systems ELL812

Credits: 3

Frequency bands and allocations. Earth and its effects on propagation. Atmosphere and its effects on propagation. Attenuation of millimeter waves. Line-of-sight communication links: system configuration, multiplexing, link design. Troposcatter propagation and links: Fadingand diversity reception, path profile and path loss, link design, signal design for fading channels.

Cyber Security and Information Assurance ELL810

Credits: 3

Introduction to cyber security, information assurance, computer security and the associated threat, attack, adversary models, identity representation, management and access control, intrusion detection, security at different levels: network, system, user, program security, network security, wireless security, mobile security, hardware security and the security of cyber physical systems.

Advanced Topics in Systems and Control ELL808

Credits: 3

To be decided by the Instructor when floating this course: Can be anything that is related to systems and control engineering but is not covered in any of the established courses.

Stochastic Control ELL807

Credits: 3

Overview of stochastic systems with examples, Modeling of Stochastic Systems: Continuous and discrete-time models subjected to noise, Markov Decision Processes, Introduction to Stochastic Calculus and Stochastic Differential Equations, Stochastic Stability, Stochastic Optimal Control with complete and partial observations, finite and infinite horizon problems, Linear and nonlinear Filtering, Separation Principle, Linear quadratic Gaussian Problem, Stochastic Dynamic Programming, Stochastic Adaptive Control, Applications: Finance, operations research, biology.

Modeling and Control of Distributed Parameter Systems ELL806

Credits: 3

Overview: Motivation and examples (wave propagation, fluid flow, network traffic, electromagnetism), Modeling of Distributed Parameter Systems (DPS): Parabolic and Hyperbolic PDEs, Analytic and Numerical Solution of PDEs, Lyapunov stability of DPS Boundary control and Observer Design of DPS, Discretization of Distributed Parameter Models: Finite Difference, Finite Element and Boundary Elements, Reduction of FEM models, Applications: Control of systems with time delays, control of fluid flow, network control.

Networked and Multi-Agent Control Systems ELL805

Credits: 3

Overview of networked systems, Graph Theory Fundamentals, Graph-based Network Models, Network Optimization, Consensus Problem: cooperative control, leader-follower architecture.|Control under Communication Constraints, Formation Control, Swarming and Flocking Collision Avoidance, Game Theoretic Control of Multi-Agent Systems, Applications: Multi-robot/vehicle coordination, Sensor Networks, Social Networks, Smart Grids, Biological Networks.

Robust Control ELL804

Credits: 3

Modeling of uncertain systems, Signals and Norms, Lyapunov theory for LTI systems|Passive systems frequency domain, Passive systems time domain, Robust Stability and performance, Stabilizing controllers Coprime factorization, LQR, LQG problems |Ricatti equations and solutions, H-infinity control and mu-synthesis, Linear matrix inequalities for robust control, Ricatti equation solution through LMI.

Model Reduction in Control ELL803

Credits: 3

Introduction to Model Reduction; Sources of Large Models - Circuits, Electromagnetic Systems, Mechanical Systems; Discretization Methods - Finite Difference Method (FDM), Finite Element Method (FEM); Classical Model Reduction Methods - Pade Approximation, Moment matching, Routh Approximants; Modern Methods - Modal Model Reduction Methods, SVD (Grammian) based methods, Krylov based methods, SVD-Krylov based methods; MOR for Nonlinear Systems SVD & POD Methods; Model Reduction in Control; Control Design on Reduced Models Sub- optimal control; Sliding Mode Control as model reducing control - First Order SM, Higher Order Sliding Mode.

Adaptive and Learning Control ELL802

Credits: 3

Introduction to adaptive control, Review of Lyapunov stability theory, Direct and indirect adaptive control, Model reference adaptive control, Parameter convergence, persistence of excitation, Adaptive backstepping, Adaptive control of nonlinear systems, Composite adaptation, Neural Network-based control, Repetitive learning control, Reinforcement learning-based control, Predictive control, Robust adaptive control.

Nonlinear Control ELL801

Credits: 3

Overview of nonlinear control, Lyapunov stability for autonomous and non-autonomous systems, Input-Output Stability and Input-to-State Stability, Passivity analysis and applications, Absolute Stability, Incremental stability analysis, Lyapunov-based feedback control design, Feedback linearization and backstepping, Sliding mode control, Nonlinear observer design.

Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization in Engineering ELL800

Credits: 3

Basics of Linear Algebra; Matrix decomposition - LU, LDU, QR and Cholesky factorization; Householder reflection, Givens rotation; Numerical implications of SVD; Numerical Solution for Linear Systems; Algorithm Stability; Problem Conditioning; Pivoting and scaling; Least Square Solutions; Numerical Matrix eigenvalue methods; Sparse Systems; Iterative methods for large systems; Krylov, Arnoldi, Lanczos methods; Numerical Optimization techniques - Conjugate gradient method, Linear and quadratic programming, Spectral and Pseudo-spectral methods.

Natural Computing ELL799

Credits: 3

Introduction to natural computing uncertainty handling: probability and fuzzy logic; evolutionary computing and problem solving as search; swarm intelligence ant colonies, swarm robotics; immunocomputing; introduction to DNA computing; basics of quantum computing.

Agent Technologies ELL798

Credits: 3

The course will comprise lectures on the various topics on agent technology and self-study on its applications in various domains. The topics are elaborated below. The material of the lectures will be gathered from text-books and recent research papers. The self-study will comprise study and analysis of typically 5-8 substantial research papers and will result in a term paper that will be evaluated.

Energy-Efficient Computing ELL797

Credits: 3

Introduction and Motivation, Energy-Efficient Techniques in Operating Systems (Power Aware Scheduling, Adaptation for Multimedia Applications, Power aware memory and I/O device management, multiprocessor systems.), Storage, Compilers, Networks and Data Centers, Power management for Wearable devices and pervasive computing.

Signals and Systems in Biology ELL796

Credits: 3

Introduction to Cell Biology (DNA and Proteins); Introduction to Evolution; Modelling Evolution (Genetic Algorithms, Quasispecies); Genomic Signal Processing; Transcriptomic/Proteomic signals; Regulatory networks and dynamics; Protein interaction networks; Signal transduction and metabolic networks; Evolvability and Learning. Project activities on these topics (involving the use of online biological databases and bioinformatics software tools); Student presentations and Journal Club.

Swarm Intelligence ELL795

Credits: 3

Swarm intelligence, distributed optimization, ant colony algorithms, PSO, firefly, bee, and related methods, applications and implementation issues.

Human-Computer Interface ELL794

Credits: 3

This course will present some of the necessary background in neuroscience and computational methods necessary to begin work in this emerging field that is rapidly acquiring growing significance.

Computer Vision ELL793

Credits: 3

Link between Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Image Processing and related fields; feature extraction; camera models; multi-view geometry; applications of Computer Vision in day-to-day life.

Computer Graphics ELL792

Credits: 3

Image formation: the mathematics, as well as photometry and colour; transformations; basic graphics primitives; texture mapping; image-based rendering.

Neural Systems and Learning Machines ELL791

Credits: 4

Introduction to biological neural systems, artificial neural network models, feed forward models, recurrent systems, analysis and applications.

Digital Hardware Design ELL790

Credits: 3

To provide advanced level exposure to digital hardware design and interfacing, elements of hardware software co-design, synthesis of digital systems at logic/RTL and system levels, simulation aspects of synthesis.

Intelligent Systems ELL789

Credits: 3

Introduction, Search, Markov Decision Process, Game Playing, Constraint Satisfaction, Bayesian Network, Logic, Planning, Searching with non-deterministic action.

Computational Perception and Cognition ELL788

Credits: 3

Introduction: Philosophical & Psychological models, Cognitive models & Bayesian Inferencing framework; Visual Perception of 3D space & scene; Perceptual processes for Object recognition & memorization; Auditory Perception; Haptic Perception; Attentional mechanism in multimedia perception; Applications: Image & video quality assessment, compression; Audio quality assessment, compression & indexing; Haptic interfaces; Cognitive Architecture; Computational Consciousness, Cognitive Robotics & Other applications.

Embedded Systems and Applications ELL787

Credits: 3

Introduction to embedded system. Architectural Issues: CISC, RISC, DSP Architectures.|Component Interfacing, Software for Embedded Systems : Program Design and Optimisation techniques, O.S for Embedded Systems, Real-time Issues. Designing Embedded Systems : Design Issues, Hardware- Software Co-design, Use of UML. Embedded Control Applications, Networked Embedded Systems : Distributed Embedded Architectures, Protocol Design issues, wireless network. Embedded Multimedia and Telecommunication Applications: Digital Camera, Digital TV, Set-top Box, Voice and Video telephony.

Multimedia Systems ELL786

Credits: 3

Multimedia signal processing; coding and compression; standards: logic, issues, future directions; Multimedia issues governing developments in computer architecture and embedded systems, computer and communication networks, operating systems; Search and retrieval.

Computer Communication Networks ELL785

Credits: 3

Theory/Lecture: Review of data communication techniques, basic networking concepts, layered network and protocol concepts, quality of service, motivations for cross-layer protocol design. Motivations for performance analysis, forward error correction and re-transmission performances, Markov and semi-Markov processes, Littles theorem, M/M/m/k, M/G/1 systems, priority queueing, network of queues, network traffic behavior. Concepts and analysis of multi-access protocols; contention-free and contention multi-access protocols. Basic graph theoretic concepts, routing algorithms and analysis.|Suggested lab Course content:|Laboratory: Simulation and hardware experiments on different aspects of computer communication networks. Network traffic generation and analysis, differentiated service queues, network of queues using discrete event simulations.

Introduction to Machine Learning ELL784

Credits: 3

Introduction to Machine intelligence and learning; linear learning models; Artificial Neural Networks: Single Layer Networks, LTUs, Capacity of a Single Layer LTU, Nonlinear Dichotomies, Multilayer Networks, Growth networks, Backpropagation and some variants; Support Vector Machines: Origin, Formulation of the L1 norm SVM, Solution methods (SMO, etc.), L2 norm SVM, Regression, Variants of the SVM; Complexity: Origin, Notion of the VC dimension, Derivation for an LTU, PAC learning, bounds, VC dimension for SVMS, Learning low complexity machines - Structural Risk Minimisation; Unsupervised learning: PCA, KPCA; Clustering: Origin, Exposition with some selected methods; Feature Selection: Origin, Filter and Wrapper methods, State of the art - FCBF, Relief, etc; Semi-supervised learning: introduction; Assignments/Short project on these topics.

Operating Systems ELL783

Credits: 4

Processes and threads; CPU scheduling; concurrency, synchronisation; deadlocks; Memory management; files and I/O; Real-time operating systems; basics of Cloud computing.

Computer Architecture ELL782

Credits: 3

Instruction set design, pipelining, memory hierarchy design, parallelism in various forms, warehouse scale computers, specific topics such as Vector, SIMD, GPU architectures, Embedded Systems, VLIW, EPIC, Multi-core architectures.

Software Fundamentals for Computer Technology ELL781

Credits: 3

Introduction, data structures for combinatorial optimization: heaps, union-find, Fibonacci heaps, dynamic trees, dynamic graph structure; Asymptotic analysis; Divide & conquer and graph algorithms: Graph search: Breadth first, depth first, topological sorting, Fast Fourier Transform, Matrix Multiplication, Shortest path algorithms; Additional Data Structures: Suffix trees & string matching, Splay trees & amortized analysis; Advanced algorithmic design techniques: Dynamic programming (edit distance, chains of matrix multiplication, etc.), Network flow and its use for solving problems; Linear and integer programming, NP-completeness, Randomized algorithms (hashing & global minimum cut), Approximation Algorithms; Object oriented Software design, Design of Dependable Software.

Mathematical Foundations of Computer Technology ELL780

Credits: 3

Probability theory, stochastic processes, and statistical inference. Elements of real and complex analysis, and linear algebra. Optimization, with an emphasis on application and implementation.

Forecasting Techniques for Power System ELL779

Credits: 3

Principles of forecasting load, wind and price. Statistical and non statistical based approaches. AI application for forecasting.

Dynamic Modelling And Control of Sustainable Energy Systems ELL778

Credits: 3

Microgrids and distributed generation; Introduction to renewable energy technologies; electrical systems and generators used in wind energy conversion systems,diesel generators, combined heat cycle plants, inverter based generation, solar PV based systems, fuel cell and aqua-electrolyzer, battery and flywheel based storage system; Voltage and frequency control in a microgrid; Grid connection interface issues.

Power System operation and control ELL777

Credits: 3

Control of active power. Turbine, governor and boiler modelling and control. Hydro and steam turbines, load frequency control, Automatic generation control in single-area and multi-area systems. Under-frequency load shedding, secondary frequency control. Automatic voltage regulators, excitation systems modelling and control, small-signal stability studies, power system stabilizers, on-load tap-changing transformers.

Advanced Power System Optimization ELL776

Credits: 3

Introduction to power system optimization problems and linkages. Optimization basics and solution techniques for convex and non convex optimization problems. Basic Optimal power flow. Preventive and corrective security constrained optimal power flow, Unit commitment, hydrothermal scheduling, generation, transmission and reactive expansion planning. Optimization with uncertain data|Security states and optimization requirements. Convex and nonconvex optimization techniques. Static and dynamic optimization techniques. Day ahead and real time market planning. Optimization to handle uncertainty in data. Fuzzy and probabilistic techniques. Generation, transmission and reactive resources planning. Renewable generation integration optimization. Effect of markets and renewable generation in resources planning.

Power System Dynamics ELL775

Credits: 3

Dynamic models of synchronous machines, excitation system, turbines, governors, loads. Modelling of single-machine-infinite bus system. Mathematical modelling of multimachine system. Dynamic and transient stability analysis of single machine and multi-machine systems. Power system stabilizer design for multimachine systems. Dynamic equivalencing. Voltage stability Techniques for the improvement of stability. Direct method of transient stability analysis: Transient energy function approach.

Flexible AC Transmission System ELL774

Credits: 3

The phenomenon of voltage collapse; the basic theory of line compensation. Static VAR compensators; static phase shifters; thyristors controlled series capacitors. Co-ordination of FACTS devices with HVDC links. The FACTS optimization problem. Transient and dynamic stability enhancement using FACTS components.

High Voltage DC Transmission ELL773

Credits: 3

General aspects and comparison with AC transmission system. Thyristor based HVDC Converter and inverter operation. Control of HVDC link. Interaction between AC and DC system. Harmonic generation and their elimination. Protections for HVDC system. Modeling of HVDC link for AC-DC power flow. AC-DC system power flow solution techniques. HVDC light.

Planning and Operation of a Smart Grid ELL772

Credits: 3

Smart grids key characteristics, demand side management, load characteristics, hybrid electric vehicles, energy markets, deregulation, wide area monitoring, protection and control, smart metering, adaptive relaying, power line carrier communication and networking, architectures and standards, renewable energy, distributed generation, smart grids policies.

Advanced Power System Protection ELL771

Credits: 3

Fundamentals of protection, generator protection, transformer protection, bus bar protection, over current and differential protection. Out of step protection, blinder design. Static relays, Numerical relay. Wide area protection.

Power System Analysis ELL770

Credits: 3

Revision of Basic Concepts in pu and modeling, Admittance model of transmission network, Power Flow solutions (GS, NR, DLF, FDLF, DCLF), Symmetrical components and sequence networks, Faults - Symmetrical and unsymmetrical, Z Bus building algorithms, State Estimation, Voltage Stability, Continuation Power Flow, Power System Security (Overload, Voltage), Introduction to WAMS and PMUs, Linear State Estimation.

Electrical Systems for Construction Industries ELL769

Credits: 4

Elements of Distribution System: Distribution transformer circuit breakers, Cables, Fuses and protection schemes, Rectifiers, Battery chargers and inverters. Machines and Drives: D.C. Motors, 3-phase induction motors and FKW motors starting, speed control and braking, Application to air conditioning, lifts, cranes, water pumps. Illumination: Types of illumination, illumination laws, lamps & fixtures. Electrical Energy Conservation: Modern compact fluorescent lamps, energy audit methods of saving electricity in drives, lighting, air conditioning, pumps and distributions systems metering, KW, KWh and KVAR meters stand by power generation: DG sets, UPS, maintenance and protection of D.G. sets and UPS.

Computer Aided Design of Power Electronic Systems ELL768

Credits: 3

Introduction to modern simulation tools used for the power electronic systems analysis such as PSPICE, MATLAB, PSIM, SABER etc, Modeling of power electronic systems, filters designs. Introducing to advanced modeling techniques and their transformation into software platform, Closed-loop power electronic systems modeling and their simulation.

Mechatronics ELL767

Credits: 3

Introduction to mechatronics systems. Various parts of mechatronics systems. Analog-to-digital-conversion (A/D) and its implementation using a microcontroller and DSPs. Study of the underlying operational principles and construction of electromagnetic actuators such as DC, AC, and stepping motors. Study of various transducers their working principles. Selection of best electrical machines for a given motion control application considering system inertia, external forces or torques, and motion profiles. Design and analysis for basic power controllers for various applications.

Appliance Systems ELL766

Credits: 3

Overview of appliance systems, international standards and regulations, energy efficient appliances, energy efficiency in motor driven appliances, classification based on power rating: low, medium, and high power appliances, classification based on supply power: single-phase and three-phase, classification based on drives system, heating systems and renewable system.|To understand the various types of appliance systems used in domestic and office or commercial scenarios.|Low power appliances (working, types, power quality problems, numerical examples): laptops, mobile, fans, lighting system(CFL, LED, solar), water pumps, TV (LCD, LED Plasma), UPS, SMPS, computer, printer, scanner, hair drier, trimmer, electric rice cooker, induction heater, solar cooker, electric iron, micro-oven, driller etc. |Medium power appliances (working, types, power quality problems, numerical examples): Air conditioner, electrical vehicle, centralized heating system, washing machines, refrigerators, welding system, solar boiler, water pumps etc. |High power appliances (working, types, power quality problems, numerical examples): welding machines, hammers, centralized AC system, etc.|Power quality techniques used in appliances systems.

Smart Grid Technology ELL765

Credits: 3

Introduction:- Smart Grid an Overview; Components of Smart Grid; Intelligent Appliances; Smart Substations; Smart Distributions-Generations; Smart Power meters; Universal Access (wind, solar, hydro etc.) Smart Grid Technologies: Integrated Communications; Sensing and Measurement; Advance Control Methods; Advance components and Improved Interfaces and Decision Support. Benefits of Smart Grid: Self-Healing; Power Quality Improvement; Utilization of all generation and storage options; Optimized use of assets and efficient Operation. Miscellaneous: Smart Grid Challenges; Smart Grid Projects; Contribution of Microgrid in development of Smart Grid.

Electric Vehicles ELL764

Credits: 3

Fundamental issues related to electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs); Various brushless motors such as PMSM, PMBLDCM, SRM, synchronous reluctance motor, induction motor for EVs. Various types of chargers and energy management strategies. Analysis and simulation of EV systems. Various design and control aspects of electric drives and chargers for EVs and HEVs.

Advanced Electric Drives ELL763

Credits: 3

Types of Controllers: Proportional-Integral Control, Hysteresis Control etc, Advanced DC Drives: Cascaded Control Loop Structure, Control Loop Design etc, Control of BLDC drive: Modeling and Control of BLDC Drive, Review of Power Converter and Modulation Techniques: Modeling of Power Converters, Sinusoidal Pulse-Width Modulation, Space Vector Pulse-Width Modulation, Field Oriented Control (FOC) of AC Machines: Generalized Space-Phasor Model of AC Machines in different Flux Frames of References, Control Principle, FOC of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine (PMSM), FOC of Squirrel Cage Induction Machine (SQIM), Direct Torque Control (DTC) of AC Machines: Control Principle, DTC of Squirrel Cage Induction Machine (SQIM).

Intelligent Motor Controllers ELL762

Credits: 3

Fundamental concepts in control of electric drive systems. Intelligent Control algorithms used for electric drive systems. Application of Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithm, Hybrid Fuzzy and Nonlinear Control of Power Converters and Drives. Other recent topics on Intelligent Control of Drives.

Power Electronics for Utility Interface ELL761

Credits: 3

Overview of power electronic converters for utility applications, Converter requirements for Grid-interface, Harmonic compensation, Instantaneous power theory, STATCOM and active filtering and Control of converters under grid-faults.

Switched Mode Power Conversion ELL760

Credits: 3

To give an introduction about the power switching devices such as Thyristors, GTO, MOSFETS, BJT, IGBT and MCTS. Basic concept of gate drivers (Trigger techniques, optical isolators, protection circuits, and isolation transformers), snubber design and protection schemes of power devices are to be discussed. Basic circuit configurations, design and analysis of choppers (step-up, step-down, step-up/down and multi-phase choppers), DC-DC converters (non-isolated and isolated), inverters (voltage and current source and multi-level configurations) are discussed. This is followed by improved power quality converters (non-isolated and isolated) for reduction of harmonics at AC mains.

Power Electronic Converters for Renewable Energy Systems ELL759

Credits: 3

Current status and future developments in renewable energy. Requirements for solar and wind power generation from the grid. Solar Power PV system configurations, Solar cell technologies, Maximum power point tracking, Photovoltaic Inverters different types of topologies and control strategies. Wind power Wind power energy system, types of wind turbines- fixed speed and variable speed, different types of converters AC-DC-AC converters, matrix converters, multilevel converter, control of converters. Fuel cells and battery energy storage systems. Grid synchronization and PLL, Grid regulations. Islanding operation. Control of converters for fault operation. Filter design. Relevant IEEE and IEC standards for renewable energy systems.

Power Quality ELL758

Credits: 3

Overview and definition of power quality (PQ), Sources of pollution, International power quality standards, and regulations. Power quality monitoring. Power quality problems. Loads which causes power quality problems. Power factor correction, zero voltage regulation, reactive power compensation, load balancing using load compensation techniques: passive shunt and series compensation, DSTATCOM (Distribution Static Compensators), DVR (Dynamic Voltage Restorers), UPQC (Universal Power Quality Conditioners). Harmonic effects-within the power system, interference with communication Harmonic measurements. Harmonic elimination-using active (shunt, series and hybrid) and passive (shunt and series) filters. Improved power quality converters: single ac-dc converters, bridgeless isolated converter, bridgeless non-isolated converters, multi-pulse converters, multilevel converters, line commutated converters, power quality improvement in SMPS, UPS, drives, welding systems, lighting systems, and renewable energy systems.

Energy Efficient Motors ELL757

Credits: 3

Introduction to energy efficiency and its impacts on social life. Energy-efficient motors, fundamentals of electric motor drives, power factor under non sinusoidal conditions, energy efficient induction motor under different input parameters and applications, adjustable-speed drives their advantages and benefits from efficiency point of view, case studies related to induction motor variable seed drive system, brushless dc motor drive, switched reluctance motor drives, permanent magnet synchronous motor drive etc.

Special Electrical Machines ELL756

Credits: 3

Introduction to Special Electrical Machines and Magnetic Devices, Permanent Magnet Machines, Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Machines, Permanent Magnet Brushless Synchronous Machines, Stepper Motors, Hysteresis Motors, Switched Reluctance Motors, Hybrid Motors, Linear Machines, Magnetic Devices, Applications in Robotics, Industry Automation, Electric Vehicles, Aerospace and Defense Systems, etc., Super conducting Machines, Written Pole Machines, Micro-motors, PCB motors, Case Studies, Computer Aided Simulation and Design of Special Electrical Machines.

Variable Reluctance Machines ELL755

Credits: 3

Design, modeling, construction, operation and control of variable reluctance machines including hybrid motors and their applications. Distinguishing factors between the variable reluctance machines and various conventional machines. Study of possible replacement of conventional machines by the variable reluctance machines for specific applications. Applications of reluctance machines in robotics, renewable energy systems & Electric vehicle.

Permanent Magnet Machines ELL754

Credits: 3

Introduction to Permanent Magnet Machines, Permanent Magnet DC Commutator Machines, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines, Permanent Magnet Brushless DC machines, Hysteresis motors, Stepper Motors. Various applications of permanent magnet machines in field of robotics, solar pumping, wind energy generation system and others. Computer aided simulation studies for modeling and performance analysis of these drive systems.

Physical Phenomena in Electrical Machines ELL753

Credits: 3

Engineering and physical aspects of rotating machines. Modern machine windings. Winding analysis and mmf waveforms. Space and time harmonics. Saturation. Unbalanced magnetic pull and magnetic noise in industrial machines. Heating/Cooling. Unbalanced and asymmetrical operation of induction motors. Special phenomena in electrical machines such as capacitor self excitation of induction machines and its applications. Use of electromagnetic field theory, performance of permanent magnet machines. Magnetic levitation Superconductors and applications. Permanent magnet and Switched Reluctance Motors.

Electric Drive System ELL752

Credits: 3

Components of electric drive system- electrical machines, power converters and control system. Different types of loads encountered in modern drive applications. dynamics of drive systems, starting, braking, speed-control, steady-state and dynamic operation of motors, load variations, closed loop control of drives, phase controlled and chopper controlled dc drives, induction motor drives,synchronous motor drives, space phasor model, v/f control, direct and indirect vector control, direct torque control, PMSM drives, BLDC drive, drive controller design.

Power Electronic Converters ELL751

Credits: 3

Introduction to various power switching devices and their control, introducing various power electronic circuits for realization of AC-DC, AC-AC, DC-AC, DC-DC conversion, principle of operation, and analysis, pulse-width modulation and pulse frequency control of power electronic converters, design problems on power electronic converter systems.

Modelling of Electrical Machines ELL750

Credits: 3

Review of dynamic Modeling of systems, Basic concepts of electromechanical energy conversion, Modeling of Transformer, Generalized Theory of Electrical machines, Modeling of DC Machine, Induction Machine, Wound Field Synchronous machine, and special machines such as BLDC, PMSM etc.

Semiconductor Memory Design ELL749

Credits: 3

System-on-Chip Design and Test ELL748

Credits: 3

Overview and definition of power quality (PQ), Sources of pollution, International power quality standards, and regulations. Power quality monitoring. Power quality problems. Loads which causes power quality problems.|Power factor correction, zero voltage regulation, reactive power compensation, load balancing using load compensation techniques: passive shunt and series compensation, DSTATCOM (Distribution Static Compensators), DVR (Dynamic Voltage Restorers), UPQC (Universal Power Quality Conditioners). |Harmonic effects-within the power system, interference with communication Harmonic measurements. Harmonic elimination-using active (shunt, series and hybrid) and passive (shunt and series) filters. |Improved power quality converters: single ac-dc converters, bridgeless isolated converter, bridgeless non-isolated converters, multi-pulse converters, multilevel converters, line commutated converters, power quality improvement in SMPS, UPS, drives, welding systems, lighting systems, and renewable energy systems.

Active and Passive Filter Design ELL747

Credits: 3

Review of network theorems such as reciprocity, Tellegens theorem, scattering parameters, properties of lossless passive networks; Butterworth approximation; Chebyshev approximation; synthesis of Butterworth and Chebyshev filters; odd versus even order filters; sensitivity of lossless LC ladder filters; frequency transformations; inverse Chebyshev and elliptic approximations; synthesis of inverse Chebyshev and elliptic filters; review of properties of p.r. functions; Darlington synthesis; signal flow graphs of ladder filters; opamp-RC implementation; Gm-C implementation; switched-capacitor implementation; minimum required performance of active components; tuning of filters; transmission line based filters: using high-Z low-Z technique, using Kurodas identities; bi-quad based design approaches and drawbacks; Tow-Thomas biquad, Sallen-Key biquad.

Biomedical Electronics ELL746

Credits: 3

Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation: Constraints, Regulations and health economics, Basic sensors, amplifiers and signal processing, Origin of bio potentials and electrode systems, Bio potential amplifiers, sources of noise and their Remedies, Blood pressure and heart sound systems, Measurement of flow and volume of blood Measurement of respiratory system, Ultrasonography, CAT, PET and MRI overview, Fuzzy Logic and its application medical instruments, Embedded system in medical electronics with selection of one microprocessor and then design tips, Overview of pace maker, defibrllator, hemodialysis and infant incubators. Safety codes and standards, Electro-chemical sensor, Ion Selective FET, Immunologically sensitive FET, Spectrophotometry, Optical biosensors, Fibre-optic sensors, blood glucose sensor, smell sensor, SAW devices, Sensor neural network, Expert systems and case studies of design examples.

Quantum Electronics ELL745

Credits: 3

Newtonian mechanics, wavepackets, brief history of quantum mechanics, blackbody radiation, photoelectric effect, wave-particle duality, second quantization, Semiconductor materials, crystal structure and defects, Bravais lattices, Brillouin zones, Miller indices, periodic potentials, Kronig-Penney model, bandstructure in bulk semiconductors, Bloch theorem, direct and indirect bandgap semiconductors, effective mass, effect of alloying, carrier statistics, superlattices and quantum wells, density of states in 0,1,2 and 3 dimensions, bandstructure in lower dimensional systems, heterojunctions, effect of strain on bandstructure, excitonic effects in semiconductors, tunneling, perturbation theory, scattering and collisions, phonons, high-field transport, Boltzmann transport theory, spin transport, excitons, optical processes in semiconductors and quantum wells, absorption, gain, spontaneous and stimulated emission, fluorescence and phosphorescence, photophysics of organic molecules and polymers.

Electronic and Photonic Nanomaterials ELL744

Credits: 3

1D, 2D and 3D confinement; Density of states; Excitons; Coulomb blockade; Optical properties of semiconducting nanoparticles: Fluorescence of semiconductor nanocrystals, core-shell nanocrystals, effect of nanocrystal size; Optical properties of metallic nanoparticles: Surface Plasmons, Localized Surface Plasmons, Surface-enhanced Raman scattering; Electronic Applications of Nanomaterials: Nanowire transistors, Memory Devices, Single electron devices, Biosensors; Optical Applications of Nanomaterials - Quantum well, wire, and dot Diodes, Lasers and Detectors, Chemical sensors, Gas sensors, Biosensors; Development of Electronic and Optical Nanomaterials: Epitaxial Growth, Deposition of Nanomaterials, Self-Assembly of Nanomaterials, Nanofabrication techniques; Characterization of Nanomaterials: Electron microscopic techniques (scanning and transmission), Atomic Force Microscopy, X-Ray Diffraction, Characterization of optical and electronic properties of nanomaterials.

Photovoltaics ELL743

Credits: 3

Solid state device physics, p-n and p-i-n junctions. Homojunctions and heterojunctions. Generation and recombination processes. Radiation basics. Photon absorption. Photovoltaic efficiency. Thin film fabrication processes. Silicon-based solar cells. III-V and chalcogenide-based solar cells. Multijunction architectures. Dye-sensitized solar cells. Organic solar cells. Plasmonic structures. Solar cell economics and policy.

Introduction to MEMS Design ELL742

Credits: 3

This course is an introduction to the multi-disciplinary and rapidly growing area of MEMS. A MEMS design engineer requires knowledge of several domains namely mechanical, electrical, fluidic and thermal, as well as knowledge of circuits and microfabrication techniques. This course will cover the fundamentals as applicable to MEMS, as well as several case studies to understand the design process.

Neuromorphic Engineering ELL741

Credits: 3

Motivation and field Introduction, Emerging computing trends and roadmap, non-von Neumann computing approach; Basic Biology 1: Neuron, Synapse, Synaptic Plasticity; Basic Biology -2 : Learning rules, Retina, Cochlea, STDP; Mathematical/Electrical modeling of Neurons - LIF, IF, HH; Hardware Implementation of Neuron circuits VLSI Digital/Analog; Advanced Nanodevices for Neuron Implementation; Hardware Implementation of Synaptic and Learning circuits VLSI Digital/Analog; Advanced Nanodevices for Synaptic emulation 1 (NVM, Flash etc); Advanced Nanodevices for Synaptic emulation 2 (RRAM, memristors, CNT etc); Synaptic programming methodology optimization; Nanodevice specific bio-inspired learning rule optimization; Full Network design example -1: Visual Application; Full Network design example -2: Auditory Application; Full system level power/energy dissipation considerations and course conclusion.

Compact Modeling of Semiconductor Devices ELL740

Credits: 3

Introduction to AMS enablement and PDK elements, Basics of semiconductor devices, Device modeling tools-TCAD and SPICE, Diode modeling, Resistor modeling, FEOL capacitor modeling, Advanced CMOS Technology, MOS transistor modeling, modeling of process variations, Mismatch and corners.

Advanced Semiconductor Devices ELL739

Credits: 3

Solid state device physics, generation and recombination processes, radiation basics, density of states, gain and absorption, LEDs, OLEDs, heterojunction LEDs, lasers, population inversion, photodetectors, CCDs, image sensors, photocurrent, solar cells, efficiency measures, multijunction PVs, organic solar cells, economics, memory devices, sensors, MEMS devices.

Micro and Nano Photonics ELL738

Credits: 3

Ray Optics; Wave Optics: Plane Waves, Spherical Waves, Interference, Diffraction; Paraxial Waves; Beam Optics; Fabry Perot Cavity; Microresonators - Ring Resonators, Disc Resonators; Review of Electromagnetic (EM) Theory; Boundary Conditions; and some relevant EM problems; FDTD and FEM modeling; Fundamentals of Plasmonics - Surface Plasmon Resonance, Dispersion relation, Plasmon coupling conditions, Plasmonic gratings, Models describing the refractive index of metals; Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance; Plasmonic Sensors and Devices; Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering; Plasmonic waveguides and Interconnects; Photonic Crystals and Devices.

Flexible Electronics ELL737

Credits: 3

Introduction to displays and lighting technologies, solar cells, and sensors. Flexible substrates. Low cost materials. Solution-processed fabrication methods. Printing methods. Flexible displays. Flat panel lighting. Flexible solar cells. Low-cost sensors.

Solid State Imaging Sensors ELL736

Credits: 3

Radiometry and Photometry (Light radiation, photometry, light source, light units), Introduction to properties of silicon and photon absorption, Imager formats, Basics of image sensors (fundamental definition of image sensors, pixels, photo-conversion principles, Charge coupled devices (operational principles, types and performance metrics), CMOS image sensors (operational principles, types and performance metrics), Noise, quantum efficiency, dynamic range and modulation transfer function analysis in image sensors, High speed image sensors, Back side illumination, Electron multiplication CCDs and CMOS, Colour detection in silicon, 3D imaging, machine vision cameras, polarization detection and scientific applications.

Analog Integrated Circuits ELL735

Credits: 3

Introduction to MOSFETs, Single stage amplifiers, Biasing circuits, Voltage and Current reference circuits, Feedback analysis, Multistage amplifiers, Mismatch and noise analysis, Differential amplifiers, High speed and low noise amplifiers, Output stage amplifiers, Oscillators.

MOS VLSI design ELL734

Credits: 3

Digital integrated circuit design perspective. Basic static and dynamic MOS logic families. Sequential Circuits. Power dissipation and delay in circuits. Arithmetic Building blocks, ALU. Timing Issues in synchronous design. Interconnect Parasitics.

Digital ASIC Design ELL733

Credits: 4

Review of working of MOSFET, large signal and small signal models, biasing schemes, analysis and design of various single stage amplifier configuration, Noise and distortion analysis, Mismatch and non-linearity, low and high frequency analysis of single stage amplifiers, frequency compensation, current mirrors and reference circuits, multistage amplifiers; differential and operational amplifiers, negative and positive feedback, oscillators and power amplifiers.

Micro and Nanoelectronics ELL732

Credits: 3

Technology basics and digital logic families such as static CMOS, pass transistor, transmission gate, dynamic and domino logic. Advanced sequential logic elements with latch-based design and timing and clocking concepts. Power and delay of digital circuits. Physical and logical synthesis for ASICs and FPGAs. Verilog and VHDL with design examples. Design for testability with fault models.

Mixed Signal Circuit Design ELL731

Credits: 3

Switched capacitor circuit principles and applications in filter design; issues of clock feed through, charge injection and other non-idealities; design of switches; data converters: characteristics, static and dynamic; types of ADCs; track and hold, and sample and hold circuits; comparators; flash ADCs; pipelined ADCs; successive approximation register type ADCs; discrete-time and continuous time delta-sigma ADCs; higher order delta-sigma design; MASH structure; multi-bit delta-sigmas; decimation filtering sinc and comb filters; digital to analog conversion; voltage-based DACs; charge-based DACs; current-based DACs binary and thermometer currents; linearizing techniques for DACs; delta-sigma DACs; interpolation filtering; phase-locked loop basics; PLL dynamics; frequency synthesis; all-digital PLLs.

I.C. Technology ELL730

Credits: 3

Course Introduction, Modern Semiconductor IC fabrication Industrial/Academic Landscape; Overview of modern CMOS process flow basic steps; Crystal growth and wafer basics; Cleanroom basics environment, infrastructure, advanced MOS cleaning, getering etc.|Lithography; Oxidation; Diffusion; Ion-Implantation; Thin-Film Deposition; Etching; Backend processes; Process Simulation- tools, techniques and methods; Advanced device fabrication concepts I (SOI, FDSOI, etc); Advanced device fabrication concepts II (organic, PV, hetero); Advanced device fabrication concepts III (CNTs, Self-assembly etc).

Stochastic Control and Reinforcement Learning ELL729

Credits: 3

Basics of dynamic programming, Finite horizon MDP with quadratic cost, Optimal stopping problems, Partially observable MDP, Infinite horizon discounted cost problems, Stochastic shortest path problems, Undiscounted cost problems, Average cost problems, Semi-Markov decision process, Constrained MDP, Basics of stochastic approximation, Kiefer-Wolfowitz algorithm, Simultaneous perturbation stochastic approximation, Q learning and its convergence analysis.

Optoelectronic Instrumentation ELL728

Credits: 3

Introduction to test and measuring instruments, instrumentation amplifier, chopper stabilized amplifier, analog signal processing: active filter, A/D, D/A converters, integrated, transimpedance and low impedance pre-amplifiers design, sample & hold circuits, multiplexer, peak detector, zero crossing detector etc., digital design: PALs, FPGA, signal analyzer: superheterodyne spectrum analyzer, DFT and FFT analyzer, digital filters and computer interface, microcontrollers: introduction to microcontroller and applications such as 8031, optical post, in-line and pre-amplifiers, noise figure, optoelectronic circuits: transmitter and receiver design, OTDR, optical spectrum analyzer, sensors: fiber optic and radiation types, distributed sensors, fiber optic smart structure, display devices.

Digital Communication and Information Systems ELL727

Credits: 3

Review of Fourier Transforms, Sampling Theorem, Quantization, Pulse Code Modulation, Digital Modulation Schemes BPSK, QPSK, BFSK, QASK, MPSK,Random Processes, Probability density function, Gaussian density function, Frequency domain representation of noise, Spectral components of noise, Noise bandwidth, Properties of noise, Noise Performance Analysis of digital modulation schemes. Information Theory, Concept of information, Coding to increase average information per bit, Shannons theorem, Capacity of Gaussian Channel, Bandwidth-S/N tradeoff. Discrete memory-less channel capacity. Error correcting codes, Block codes, Cyclic redundancy check, Coding gain, Bit error rate calculations.

NANOPHOTONICS AND PLASMONICS ELL726

Credits: 3

Wireless Communications ELL725

Credits: 3

The wireless channel (physical modeling, linear time-varying system, discrete-time baseband model, time and frequency coherence), point-to-point communication (detection, diversity, spatial multiplexing), cellular systems (multiple access and interference management), capacity of point-to-point wireless channels (single and multi-antenna), capacity of single-antenna multiuser channels, point-to-point multi-antenna (MIMO) channels and spatial multiplexing, point-to-point MIMO capacity and multiplexing architectures.

Computational Electromagnetics ELL724

Credits: 3

Broadband Communication Systems ELL723

Credits: 3

Multiple Access Techniques CSMA, Spread Spectrum (SS), Direct Spread SS, Frequency Hopping SS and CDMA, Timing Synchronization, Delay Lock Loop, ISDN Physical Layer, ISDN Data Link Layer, Signaling System Number 7, Broadband ISDN Protocols, ATM Switch and Protocols, CLOS Network Switch, OFDM Concept, OFDMA System, Multi-Carrier CDMA, WiMAX.

Antenna Theory and Techniques ELL722

Credits: 3

Review of electromagnetism and vector calculus, history and context of antenna theory, operation of various antenna types, such as dipole, linear, loop, and resonant type, characterization of antenna performance metrics, and introduction to numerical techniques for visualizing antenna radiation patterns.

Introduction to Telecommunication Systems ELL721

Credits: 3

Fundamentals of signals, signal transmission and media, modulation techniques, equalization, amplification, crosstalk, attenuation, switching principles, telephony, signaling, transmission systems-DSL, optical, radio.

Advanced Digital Signal Processing ELL720

Credits: 3

Review of Signals and Systems, Sampling and data reconstruction processes. |Z transforms. |Discrete linear systems. |Frequency domain design of digital filters.|Quantization effects in digital filters. |Discrete Fourier transform and FFT algorithms.|High speed convolution and its application to digital filtering.|Introduction to Multirate signal processing, Multirate filtering and Filterbanks: including Polyphase decomposition and perfect reconstruction, Cyclostationarity and LPTV filters, Introduction to Wavelet Transform.|The self-study component will consist of design problems in the above to be implemented on MATLAB.

Detection and Estimation Theory ELL719

Credits: 3

Overview of the course, Classical Decision Theory: Binary hypothesis testing: Bayes criterion, Neyman-Pearson criterion, min-max test, M-ary hypothesis testing: General rule, minimum probability of error decision rule, Gaussian case and associated geometric concepts, Erasure decision problem, Random parameter estimation. Non random parameter estimation: CRLB for nonrandom parameters, ML estimation rule, asymptotic properties of ML estimates. Linear minimum variance estimation, Least squares methods CRLB for random parameter estimation, condition for statistical efficiency, Multiple parameter estimation, Composite and non-parametric hypothesis testing, Applications, Detection of signals.|Mathematical preliminaries: K-L expansion and its application to Detection of known and un-known (i.e. with unknown, parameters) signals in AWGN., Detection of signals in colored noise. Linear estimation, Wiener filters and solution of Wiener HopfEquations,Kalman-Bucyfilters, Miscellaneous estimation techniques.

Statistical Signal Processing ELL718

Credits: 3

Review of random variables, GS orthogonalization, geometric concepts, notions of projection, random processes, WSS processes, properties of autocorrelation and power spectral densities, properties of autocorrelation matrices, Cholesky decomposition, eigen-analysis, optimum Linear filtering, LMS and its performance, variants, Least-squares, QR decomposition and SVD, RLS and its performance, square-root RLS, Kalman Filters, spectrum modelling.

Optical Communication Systems ELL717

Credits: 3

The fiber channel with its linear and nonlinear characteristics, LED and Laser diode transmitter design, PIN and APD receiver design, Modulation schemes, Source and line coding in optical systems. Optical Link design with dispersion and power budgeting. Design of digital and analog communication systems. Optical amplifiers, WDM system design. Hybrid fiber co-axial/microwave links.

Telecommunication Switching and Transmission ELL716

Credits: 3

Wireline access circuits, long haul circuits, signaling, switching exchanges, analysis of telecom switching networks, teletraffic engineering, management protocols, multi-service telecom protocols and networks.

Digital Image Processing ELL715

Credits: 4

Introduction to 2-D Signals and Systems. Image Digitization. Image Transforms. Image Enhancement: Image Restoration: Inverse Filtering, Algebraic Approach to Restoration, Wiener (LMS) approach, Constrained Least Squares Restoration, Adaptive methods for restoration. Image Reconstruction: The Filtered Back- Projection Algorithm, Algebraic Reconstruction Method. Image Segmentation: Detection of Discontinuities, Edge Linking and Boundary Detection, Thresholding, Region-Oriented Segmentation. Object representation and description: Boundary descriptors, region descriptors, HOG and SIFT based features. Colour Image processing: colour models, colour transformations, and processing techniques.

Basic Information Theory ELL714

Credits: 3

Introduction to entropy, relative entropy, mutual information, fundamental inequalities like Jensens inequality and log sum inequality. Proof of asymptotic equipartition property and its usage in data compression. Study of entropy rates of the stochastic process following Markov chains. Study of data compression: Kraft inequality and optimal source coding. Channel capacity: symmetric channels, channel coding theorem, Fanos inequality, feedback capacity. Differential entropy. The Gaussian channel: bandlimited channels, channels with colored noise, Gaussian channels with feedback. Detailed study of the rate-distortion theory: rate distortion function, strongly typical sequences, computation of channel capacity. Joint source channel coding/separation theorem. There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

Microwave Theory and Techniques ELL713

Credits: 3

Review of EM theory: Maxwells equations, plane waves in dielectric and conducting media, energy and power. Transmission lines and waveguides: closed and dielectric guides, planar transmission lines and optical fibre. Network analysis: scattering matrix other parameters, signal flow graphs and network representation. Impedance matching and tuning. Analysis of planar transmission lines. Analysis of design of passive components.

Digital Communications ELL712

Credits: 3

Review of random variables and random process, signal space concepts, Common modulated signals and their power spectral densities, Optimum receivers for Gaussian channels, Coherent and non-cohrerent receivers and their performance (evaluating BER performance through software tools), Basics of Information theory, source and channel coding, capacity of channels, band-limited channels and ISI, multicarrier and spread-spectrum signaling, multiple access techniques.

Signal Theory ELL711

Credits: 3

Discrete random variables (Bernoulli, binomial, Poisson, geometric, negative binomial, etc.) and their properties like PDF, CDF, MGF.|Continuous random variables: Gaussian, multivariate Gaussian; whitening of the Gaussian random vector; complex Gaussian random vector, circularity; Rayleigh and Rician; exponential; chi-squared; gamma.|Signal spaces: convergence and continuity; linear spaces, inner product spaces; basis, Gram-Scmidt orthogonalization.|Stochastic convergence, law of large numbers, central limit theorem.|Random processes: stationarity; mean, correlation, and covariance functions, WSS random process; autocorrelation and cross-correlation functions; transmission of a random process through a linear filter; power spectral density; white random process; Gaussian process; Poisson process.

Coding Theory ELL710

Credits: 3

Measure of information, Source coding, Communication channel models, Channel Capacity and coding, Linear Block codes, Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) Codes, Bounds on minimum distance, Cyclic codes, BCH codes, Reed Solomon Codes, Convolutional codes, Trellis coded Modulation, Viterbi decoding, Turbo codes, Introduction to Space-Time Codes and Introduction to Cryptography. If time permits, LDPC/Turbo codes in the wireless standards. There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

Design Aspects in Control ELL709

Credits: 3

System Modeling model structures (Process model, ARX model), Review of concepts of stability, feedback and feedforward control. Classical control First-Order Plus Dead-Time model (FOPDT), process reaction curves, Second-Order Plus Dead-Time model (SOPDT), relay feedback process identification; Smith Predictor and its variations, PID controllers and their tuning, Ziegler-Nichols and Cohen-Coon techniques. |Reliable State Feedback design pole placement, eigenstructure assignment, region based eigenvalue assignment, eigenstructure-time response relationships. Controller gain selection noise sensitivity. Controller robustness. Disturbance rejection. Frequency Domain Loop Shaping. Output feedback control compensator design, review of Lead, Lag and Lag-Lead compensators, Zero dynamics significance in servo control design, design for unstable zero dynamics. Observers concept and design philosophy. Applications in practical controller design scenarios.

Selected Topics in Systems and Control ELL708

Credits: 3

To be decided by the Instructor when floating this course: It can be anything that is related to systems and control engineering, but is not covered in any of the established courses.

Systems Biology ELL707

Credits: 3

MODELS : Variables and parameters, Law of mass action, Representations : Deterministic vs stochastic, Spatial aspects, Examples of core processes: Gene expression, Protein degradation, Phosphorylation.|DYNAMICS : Equilibrium solutions, Bifurcations, Switches, Bistability, Pulses and Oscillations, Circadian Rhythms and Clocks, Spatial patterns. Morphogenesis and Development.|CONTROL MECHANISMS : Performance Goals, Integral Feedback Control, Homeostasis and Perfect Adaptation, Bacterial Chemotaxis, Feedforward Loops, Fold Change Detection, Robustness to Perturbations, Tradeoffs, Internal Model Principle.

Optmization for Electrical Engineers ELL706

Credits: 3

Convex analysis, Special convex optimization problems, convex optimization theory, Linear programming, unconstrained convex programming, Non-smooth convex optimization, contrained convex optimization, Structural optimization, online convex optimization, stochastic gradient descent, non-convex optimization.

Stochastic Filtering and Identification ELL705

Credits: 3

MMSE estimation including LMS, Gaussian case. Wiener filtering & prediction. Kalman filtering & prediction. Extended Kalman filtering. Predictors for difference equation based models including ARMA, Box Jenkins & others. Statistical properties of Least Squares estimation and its relationship with Bayes estimation (ML, MAP), convergence analysis, CR bound. Recursive Least Squares, Iterative methods for nonlinear Least Squares. Identification problem: Different approaches for linear dynamical systems. Offline identification methods including Least Squares, Prediction error framework, Pseudo-linear regression (PLR) & Instrument variable methods. Recursive Identification of linear dynamical system: RLS, PLR, Prediction error framework & its application to ARMA & Innovations representation. Convergence Analysis of Recursive Identification methods: Associated ODE, Martingale. Nonlinear system identification. Subspace based method of system identification. Applications including LQG and adaptive control.

Advanced Robotics ELL704

Credits: 3

Review of Coordinate Transformations, D-H parameters and kinematics. Velocity kinematics and Jacobian, Singularity analysis, Robot Dynamics. Motion planning, Robot control: linear methods feedforward control, state feedback, observers; Nonlinear Control methods Computed Torque Control, Feedback linearization, Sliding Mode control; Vision based Robotic Control. Holonomic and Non-Holonomic Systems, Mobile Robots : Modeling and Control, Odometry Analysis, Navigation problems with obstacle avoidance, motion capturing systems.

Optimal Control Theory ELL703

Credits: 3

Maximization of functionals of a single and several functions using calculus of variations, Constrained extremals, Euler-Lagrange Equation, Necessary conditions for optimal control, Pontryagins minimum principle and state inequality constraints, Minimum time problems, Minimum control effort problems, Linear quadratic regulator problems, Riccati Equation, Singular intervals in optimal control problems, The principle of optimality, Application of the principle of optimality to decision making, Dynamic programming applied to routing problems, Solving optimal control problems using dynamic programming, Discrete linear regulator problem, Hamilton -Jacobi -Bellman Equation, Numerical Techniques to determine optimal trajectories.

Nonlinear Systems ELL702

Credits: 3

Introduction to nonlinear systems: Examples of phenomena, models & derivation of system equations. Fundamental properties: Existence & uniqueness, Dependence on initial conditions & parameters. Phase plane analysis. Limit cycles & oscillations. Describing function method and applications. Circle criterion. Lyapunov stability of autonomous systems. Perturbation theory & Averaging. Singular perturbation model and stability analysis. Basic results on Lie algebra. Controllability and Observability of nonlinear systems. Bifurcations. Chaos. Synchronization.

Mathematical Methods in Control ELL701

Credits: 3

Linear Spaces Vectors and Matrices, Transformations, Norms - Vector and Matrix norms, Matrix factorization, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors and Applications, Singular Value Decomposition and its Applications, Projections, Least Square Solutions. Probability, Random Variables, Probability distribution and density functions, Joint density and Conditional distribution, Functions of random variables, Moments, characteristic functions, sequence of random variables, Correlation matrices and their properties, Random processes and their properties, Response of Linear systems to stochastic inputs, PSD theorem.

Linear Systems Theory ELL700

Credits: 3

Review of matrix algebra, state variable modelling of continuous and discrete time systems, linearization of state equations, solution of state equations of linear time-invariant and timevarying systems, Controllability and observability of dynamical systems, Minimal realization of linear systems and canonical forms, Liapunovs stability theory for linear dynamical systems, State Feedback controllers, Observer and Controller design.

Special Topics in IPII ELL460

Credits: 3

Special Topics in IPI ELL459

Credits: 3

Special Topics in CS&NI ELL458

Credits: 3

Special Topics in C&ISI ELL457

Credits: 3

Special Topics in NE&PSI ELL456

Credits: 3

Special Topics in V&ESI ELL455

Credits: 3

Special Topics in ETI ELL454

Credits: 3

Power System Dynamics and Control ELL453

Credits: 3

Characteristic of Generation units, Economic dispatch of thermal plants, Unit commitment, Hydrothermal coordination, Maintenance scheduling, Emission minimization, Optimal Power flow, Security constrained optimization, Optimization of distribution networks, Optimization in Power Markets.

Special Topics in EET-I ELL452

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in AEI ELL450

Credits: 3

Power Systems Protection ELL440

Credits: 0

Fundamentals of Power system protection, philosophy of protective relays, Different types of relays, Introduction to protection elements like CT, PT, CB, Isolator etc, (includes CT and PT class, CB transients, CB rating and testing, Arc extinction in CB). Over current relays: Principle, operation and setting, Directional relays: needs and operating principle, Power system components protected using over current relays. Differential relays: Principle, operation and setting, Protection of three phase transformer, bus bar and generator using differential relays. Distance relays: Principle, operation and setting, Simple impedance relay, reactance relay, Mho relay and angle impedance relays, Quadrilateral relays, Transmission line protection using distance relays. Static relays: principle, amplitude comparator and phase comparator, Phase comparator realization using positive coincidence period, Distance relay realization using comparators.|Generator protection. Overview of Numerical relaying and few algorithms, Phasor extraction, Introduction to PMU and its use, Fault location.

Switched Mode Power Conversion ELL437

Credits: 3

To give an introduction about the power switching devices such as thyristors, GTO, MOSFETS, BJT, IGBT and MCTS. Basic concept of gate drivers (Trigger techniques, optical isolators, protection circuits, and isolation transformers), snubber design and protection schemes of power devices are to be discussed. Basic circuit configurations, design and analysis of choppers (step-up, step-down, step-up/down and multi-phase choppers), DC-DC converters (non-isolated and isolated), inverters (voltage and current source configurations) are discussed. This is followed by improved power quality converters (non-isolated and isolated) for reduction of harmonics at AC mains.

Digital control ELL436

Credits: 3

SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERSION ELL434

Credits: 3

CAD of Power Electronics Systems ELL433

Credits: 4

Introduction to Power Electronic systems, Mathematical modeling of power electronic systems, State-space modeling, Average model, Circuit averaging model, Canonical circuit model, small-signal models and circuit transfer functions. Introduction to power electronics simulators, system oriented simulators, circuit simulators, merits and limitations. Introduction to magnetic design, high frequency inductor and transformer design. Hands-on exercise problems on power electronic circuits simulation using PSPICE/ SIMULINK/PSIM simulators.

Power System Optimization ELL431

Credits: 3

Characteristic of Generation units, Economic dispatch of thermal plants, Unit commitment, Hydrothermal coordination, Maintenance scheduling, Emission minimization, Optimal Power flow, Security constrained optimization, Optimization of distribution networks, Optimization in Power Markets.

Renewable Energy Systems ELL417

Credits: 3

Modeling of wind resource, aerodynamic characteristics, wind energy generators steady-state and dynamic modeling, electrical and pitch controller design, effect of induction generators on grid operation, solar Photovoltaic systems steady state and dynamic modeling, MPPT operation, power electronic systems for solar PV, fuel cells.

Digital Communications ELL411

Credits: 4

Matched Filter, Error Rate due to Noise. Intersymbol Interference, Nyquists Criterion, Duobinary Signaling. Optimum Linear Receiver, Geometric Representation of Signals. Coherent Detection of Signals in Noise, Probability of Error. Coherent Digital Modulation Schemes: MPSK, MFSK, MQAM; Error Analysis. Noncoherent FSK, Differential PSK. Comparison of Digital Modulation Schemes, Bandwidth Efficiency. Pseudo-Noise Sequences and Spread Spectrum, Trellis coded modulation, Digital signaling over fading multipath channels, OFDM communications systems.

Multicore Systems ELL410

Credits: 3

Motivation for muticores Multithreading Flynns taxonomy Stream processing (vectVLIW, GPU). Message passing Shared memory Cache coherence in multiprocessor Synchronisation Interconnection networks Benchmarks and advanced topics Project.|ELD411 B.Tech. Project-I

Machine Intelligence and Learning ELL409

Credits: 4

Introduction to machine intelligence and intelligent agents; problem solving; knowledge representation and reasoning (logical and probabilistic); need for learning; basics of machine learning; Decision Trees; Rule-based models; linear learning models; Support Vector Machines; Artificial Neural Networks; Deep Learning; Probabilistic Modelling; Naive Bayes; Reinforcement Learning; Clustering; Feature Selection; Principal Component Analysis; Combining models; Philosophical issues in intelligence and learning. Substantive implementation assignments or a term project involving design of an intelligent learning-based system.

Low power circuit design ELL408

Credits: 3

MOS Transistors, MOS Inverters, Static CMOS Circuits, MOS Dynamic Circuits, Pass Transistor Logic Circuits, MOS Memories, Finite State Machines, Switching Power Dissipation, Dynamic Power Dissipation, Leakage Power Dissipation, Supply Voltage Scaling, Minimizing Switched Capacitance Minimizing Leakage Power, Variation Tolerant Design, Battery-Driven System Design.

POWER QUALITY ELL407

Credits: 3

Robotics and Automation ELL406

Credits: 3

Introduction to robotics. Basic components of robotic systems. Coordinate Transformation, D-H parameters. Forward and inverse kinematics. Velocity kinematics and Jacobian, Singularity analysis, Robot Dynamics : Holonomic and Non-Holonomic Systems. Trajectory planning. Robot control: linear and nonlinear. Actuators and Sensors. Vision based Robotic Control. Mobile Robots : Modeling and Control.

Operating Systems ELL405

Credits: 3

Introduction to OS Process and Thread management Scheduling Concurren threads and processes: mutual exclusion, synchronization, inter-process communication Memory management: Cache and Virtual Memorymanagement Resource management: deadlock and its prevention File management I/O management Introduction to real time systems Elements distributed operating systems.

Computer Communication ELL402

Credits: 3

(i) Introduction, network structure: Basic networking concepts, Motivations for layered network concepts, Network examples; (ii) OSI reference model: Layering concepts, Overview of different layer functionalities; (iii) TCP/IP: Layering concepts, Layered functionalities, packet formats, fragmentation, Different layer protocols and examples: ARP, ICMP, etc., Congestion and error control; (iv) Network examples and functionalities: Ethernet, hub, bridge, switch, WANs, MANs, LANs, PANs, BANs; (v) Basic network protocol analysis: Performance metrics, Queueing models; (vi) Multiaccess protocols: Need for multiaccess protocols, Contention-free access schemes, Contention-based protocols: ALOHA, CSMA; (vii) Routing in data networks: Basic graph theoretic concepts, spanning tree, Shortest path routing, distance vector routing, link state routing, RIP, OSPF; (viii) Cross-layer protocol optimization concepts: Distributed control, cost and energy efficiencies.

Advanced Electromechanics ELL401

Credits: 3

Introduction to Advancement in Electromechanics, Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Machines, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, Switched Reluctance Motors, Single-Phase Machines, Axial Field Machines and other Advanced Electrical Machines, Introduction to Control of Advanced Electrical Machines, Applications in Industry, Domestic Appliances, Electric Mobility, etc., Computer Aided Simulation and Design of Advanced Electrical Machines, Case Studies.

Power Systems Protection ELL400

Credits: 3

Fundamentals of Power system protection, philosophy of protective relays, Different types of relays, Introduction to protection elements like CT, PT, CB, Isolator etc, (includes CT and PT class, CB transients, CB rating and testing, Arc extinction in CB), Over current relays: Principle, operation and setting, Directional relays : needs and operating principle, Power system components protected using over current relays, Differential relays: Principle, operation and setting, Protection of three phase transformer, bus bar and generator using differential relays, Distance relays : Principle, operation and setting, Simple impedance relay, reactance relay, Mho relay and angle impedance relays, Quadrilateral relays, Transmission line protection using distance relays, Static relays: principle, amplitude comparator and phase comparator, Phase comparator realization using positive coincidence period, Distance relay realization using comparators, Generator protection, Overview of Numerical relaying and few algorithms, Phasor extraction , Introduction to PMU and its use, Fault location.

Embedded Systems ELL365

Credits: 3

Overview of Embedded Systems Embedded System Architecture: processor exampleARM, PIC, etc. features of digital signal processor SOC, memory subsystem, busstructure (PC104, I2C, SPI etc.), interfacing protocols (USB, IrDA etc), testing and debugging, power management Embedded System Software: Program Optimization,Concurrent Programming, Realtime Scheduling and I/O management Networked Embedded Systems: special networking protocols (CAN, Bluetooth) Applications.

Power Engineering-II ELL363

Credits: 3

Advanced concepts in power flow analysis, security analysis and state estimation. Economic load dispatch and unit commitment problem. Voltage and frequency control in power systems. Advanced concepts in multi-machine dynamics and stability. Electrical transients in power systems. Wind and solar generation technologies and their integration into the grid. Issues in restructured power systems. Modern numerical protection.

OPERATING SYSTEMS ELL358

Credits: 3

CAD of Electric Machines ELL335

Credits: 4

1. Basic Considerations, 2. Design of Main Dimensions, 3. Transformer Design, 4. Design of rotating machines, 5. Computer Aided Design of Transformers, 6. Computer Aided Design of DC machines, 7. Computer Aided Design of Synchronous Machines, 8. Computer Aided Design of Induction Machines, 9. Computer Aided Design of Special Machines.

DSP based Control of Drives ELL334

Credits: 4

Introduction and Application of DSP in the power electronic converter controlled drives, Types of processors used for power control and their comparison, computational advantages, Limitations. Introduction to peripherals ADC, DAC, PWM, Encoders and their interface. Interfacing issues, Sampling process, Harmonic analysis in real-time using a DSP, Assembly language programming of a DSP, Motor control applications. Pulse-Width Modulation and Pulse-Frequency Modulation schemes, lookup tables and real-time computation. Interfacing and signal conditioning circuits for DSP based schemes. Realization of computationally intensive algorithms like variable structure, adaptive and neural network schemes for Drives systems.

Multivariable Control ELL333

Credits: 3

Review of control system fundamentals and basic linear algebra. Introduction to linear dynamical systems and properties. State-space representation and canonical realizations. Relation between state-space and transfer function representations. Similarity transformation. Diagonalization. Jordan canonical form. Matrix exponential and its properties. Solution of state equations. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Stability: BIBO and internal. Linearization of nonlinear systems. Controllability and Observability. Minimal realization. State feedback and observer design. Linear Quadratic Regulator.

Electric Drives ELL332

Credits: 3

Basic Concepts: Characteristics and operating modes of drive motors. Starting, braking and speed control of motors. 4 quadrant drives. Types of loads. Torque and associated controls used in process industries.|DC Motor Drives: Characteristics, Starting Methods, Braking Methods, Speed Control Using Converters and Choppers.|Three phase Induction Motor Drives: Characteristics and Equivalent Circuits, Starting Methods, Braking Methods, Speed Control of Cage Rotor Induction Machines using as AC voltage controllers, Voltage-Source and Current-Source Inverters. V-by-F Control and other Control Techniques. Speed Control of Wound-Rotor Induction Machines using Rotor Resistance Variation; Slip-Power Recovery Scheme.|Three phase Synchronous Motor Drives: Characteristics and Equivalent Circuits, Starting Methods, Braking Methods, Speed Control in True Synchronous and Self Control Modes.|Special Machines: Permanent Magnet Brush-Less Motor Drives, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drives, Stepper and Reluctance Motor Drives.

Digital Signal Processing ELL319

Credits: 4

Review of Signals and Systems, Sampling and data reconstruction processes. Z transforms. Discrete linear systems. Frequency domain design of digital filters. Quantization effects in digital filters. Discrete Fourier transform and FFT algorithms. High speed convolution and its application to digital filtering.

Digital Hardware Design ELL318

Credits: 3

Technology basics and digital logic families such as static CMOS, pass transistor, transmission gate, dynamic and domino logic. Advanced sequential logic elements with latch-based design and timing and clocking concepts. Design flows and paradigms. Data path, control and advanced pipeline implementations. Advanced digital arithmetic. Performance evaluation.

Introduction to VLSI Design ELL316

Credits: 3

Basic MOS characteristics; Deep sub-micron; velocity saturation; Dynamic MOS characteristics; parasitics; leakage; sizing; propagation delay; Logical effort, path delay, optimization; Ratio-ed logic, Pass transistor logic and parasitics; Dynamic logic, pulsed sequential logic; Logical synthesis, physical design, layout; Introduction to design of VLSI memories.

Introduction to Analog Integrated Circuits ELL315

Credits: 3

Review of basic amplifiers. Current Mirrors, Reference Current and Voltage Sources. CMOS Operational Amplifier: Structure, Analysis and Design, Frequency Response and Compensation Techniques. Switched Capacitor Circuits: Principles of operation, Filter and non filter applications. Sample and Hold Circuits, Comparators. ADC: Characterization, Types of ADC and their relative merits and demerits, Design issues. DAC: Characterization, Types of DAC and their relative merits and demerits, Design issues.

Antennas and Propagation ELL313

Credits: 3

Starting from the principle of radiation different types of antenna; wire, slot, planar and their arrays with feeds. Antenna synthesis and design and measurements. Characteristics of propagation of radio waves in different atmospheric layers and study of the losses, fading and scattering of microwave and millimeter waves in the atmosphere.

Semiconductor Process Technology ELL312

Credits: 3

Semiconductor materials (inorganic and organic), history of semiconductor IC devices, crystal structure, defects, vacancies and interstitials, semiconductor crystal growth, bulk doping methods, purification methods, wafer manufacture, diffusion, surface doping, oxidation, dopant redistribution, ion implantation and annealing, rapid thermal processes, photolithography, masks, photoresists, exposure, e-beam lithography, vacuum systems, gas flow, plasma processes, pumping theory, leaks, vacuum gauges, wet etching, plasma etching, process gas chemistry and polymerization, ion milling, reactive ion etching, lift-off, vapor pressure of materials, evaporation, sputtering, deposition rate and step coverage, codepositions, film growth mechanisms and stress, chemical vapor deposition, metal-organic chemical vapor deposition, atomic layer deposition, molecular beam epitaxy, planarization processes, interconnects, yield and device integration.

Communication Engineering ELL311

Credits: 4

Review of Fourier Series and Transforms. Hilbert Transforms, BandpassSignal and System Representation. Random Processes, Stationarity, Power Spectral Density, Gaussian Process, Noise. Amplitude Modulation, DSBSC, SSB, VSB: Signal Representation, Generation and Demodulation. Frequency Modulation: Signal Representation, Generation and Demodulation. Mixing, Superheterodyne Receiver, Phase Recovery with PLLs. Noise: in AM Receivers using Coherent Detection, in AM Receivers using Envelope Detection, in FM Receivers. Sampling, Pulse-Amplitude Modulation. Quantization, Pulse-Code Modulation. Noise considerations in PCM, Time Division Multiplexing, Delta Modulation. Intersymbol Interference, Introduction to Information Theory: concepts of Entropy and Source-Coding

Computer Architecture ELL305

Credits: 3

Introduction: Performance measurement, Instruction Set Architecture, Computer Arithmetic, Processor: ALU design, Control design, Pipelining, Memory Hierarchy, I/O management, Multicores, Multiprocessors, Clusters, GPU.

ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS ELL304L

Credits: 4

Analog Electronics ELL304

Credits: 6

Review of working of BJT and MOSFET, large signal and small signal models, biasing schemes, analysis and design of various single stage amplifier configuration, low and high frequency analysis of single stage amplifiers, frequency compensation, current mirrors, multistage amplifiers; differential and operational amplifiers, negative and positive feedback, oscillators and power amplifiers.

Power Engineering-I ELL303

Credits: 4

Introduction to the basic structure of power system along with various power generation technologies. Modeling of generators, transformers and transmission line for power system analysis. per unit system. Power flow analysis. Fault analysis in power systems. Power system stability studies. Transients in power system and travelling waves. Introduction to power system relaying and brief idea of over current, differentia and impedance based protection. Basic concepts of Power system operation and control. Introduction to HVDC and FACTS.

Power Electronics ELL302

Credits: 3

Introduction to Power Electronics devices and protection: Thyristor family devices, principle of operation, IGBT operation, principles and ratings. Snubber designs, selection and protection, Firing circuits.|AC-DC converters: uncontrolled, semi-controlled, fully controlled and dual converters in single-phase and three-phase configurations, design, phase control, harmonic analysis, firing circuits and their designs. Improved power quality AC-DC converters.|Choppers: Introduction to dc-dc conversion, various topologies, buck, boost, buck-boost converters, High frequency isolated dc-dc converters: design problems, PWM control and operation.|Inverters: Basics of dc to ac conversion, inverter circuit configurations and principle of operation, VSI and CSI, single and three-phase configurations, Square wave and sinusoidal PWM control methods and harmonic control. Design problems.|AC voltage controllers: Introduction to ac to ac conversion, single-phase and three-phase ac voltage controller circuit configurations, applications, advantages, harmonic analysis, control, design problems. |Cyclo-converters: single-phase to single-phase, three-phase to single-phase, three-phase to three-phase and single-phase to three-phase circuit configurations thyristors and triacs.

Electrical and Electronics Instrumentation ELL301

Credits: 3

Basics of Measurement and Instrumentation, Instrument Examples: Galvanometer, Accelerometer etc; calibration methods, Voltage and Current Measurements; Theory, calibration, application, Errors and compensation. Power and Energy Measurement and its errors, Methods of correction, LPF wattmeter, Phantom loading, Induction type KWH meter; Calibration of wattmeter, energy meter. Potentiometer and Instrument Transformer :DC and AC potentiometer, C.T. and V.T. construction, theory, operation, characteristics. Digital Instrumentation.

Power Electronics and Energy Devices ELL231

Credits: 3

Introduction to semiconductor basics and PN Junctions. Short introduction to power device technology, PIN diodes, Schottky diodes, Power BJTs, Power MOSFETs, IGBTs, Thyristors, Wide bandgap power semiconductor devices, Packaging and Reliability of Power devices, Destructive mechanisms in power devices, Power device induced oscillations and Electromagnetic disturbances, Selection of power devices in power electronic systems, Smart power integrated circuits.

Control Engineering ELL225

Credits: 4

Introduction to the control problem, Control System Components: Sensors, Actuators, Computational blocks. Mathematical representation of systems, state variable model, linearization, transfer function model. Transfer function and state variable models of suitable mechanical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic systems. Closed loop systems, Block diagram and signal flow analysis, Basic Characteristics of feedback control systems: stability, steady-state accuracy, transient accuracy, disturbance rejection, sensitivity analysis and robustness. Basic modes of feedback control: Proportional, Integral, Derivative. Concept of stability, Stability criteria: Routh stability criterion, Mikhailovs criterion, Kharitonov theorem. Time response of 2nd order system, steady state error analysis. Performance specifications in the time domain. Root locus method of design. Nyquist stability criterion. Frequency response analysis: Nyquist plots, Bode plots, Nichols Charts, Performance specifications in frequency domain, Frequency domain methods of design. Lead lag compensation.

Electromagnetics ELL212

Credits: 4

Review of Maxwells equations, wave propagations in unbounded medium. Boundary conditions, reflection and refraction of plane waves. Evanescent waves and surface plasmons. Waveguides: parallel-plane guide, TE, TM and TEM waves, rectangular and cylindrical waveguides, resonators. Dielectric guides and optical fibres. Transmission Lines: distributed parameter circuits, traveling and standing waves, impedance matching, Smith chart, analogy with plane waves. Planar transmission lines: stripline, micro stripline. Radiation: retarded potentials, Hertzian dipole, short loop, antenna parameters. Numerical techniques in electromagnetics.

Physical Electronics ELL211

Credits: 3

Semiconductor materials , crystal structure, carriers in semiconductors, band structure, density of states, excitons, doping and carrier statistics, carrier transport, recombination and generation, p-n junction physics: built-in potential, forward and reverse bias, capacitance, diode currents, breakdown, tunnel effects; metal-semiconductor junctions; BJTs: current gain/Gummel plots, transistor models, breakdown;MOSFET physics: MOS capacitors, inversion, depletion, accumulation, flatband, threshold voltage, long-channel model, saturation, short-channel models, sub-threshold conduction, SPICE models for MOSFETs; optoelectronic device physics, LEDs/OLEDs, lasers, photodetectors, solar cells.

Signals and Systems ELL205

Credits: 4

Motivation & orientation, Classifications of signals & systems, Dynamic representation of LTI systems (discrete & continuous-time systems), Fourier analysis of continuous-time signals & systems, Fourier analysis of discrete-time signals & systems, Nyquist sampling theorem, Laplace transform, The z-transform, Introduction to probability, random variables and stochastic processes.

Electromechanics ELL203

Credits: 4

Review: AC Circuits, Complex representation and Power Measurement.|Magnetic Circuits: Simple magnetic circuit, analogy between magnetic circuits and electrical circuits, linear and nonlinear magnetic circuits, hysteresis and eddy current losses, permanent magnet materials.|Transformers: Single-phase and three-phase, analysis, equivalent circuit, Tests on transformers, phasor diagram regulation and efficiency, auto-transformer and instrument transformers (PT/CT).|Electro-mechanical energy conversion principles: Force and EMF production in a rotating machine.|DC machines: Types, construction, working principle, characteristics and applications.|3-phase induction machines: Types, construction, Introduction to windings and winding factor, production of revolving magnetic field, working principle on 3-phase induction machine, equivalent circuit, characteristics, phasor diagram and applications.|3-phase synchronous machines: Types, construction, working principle, equivalent circuit, characteristics, phasor diagram and applications.|Fractional-HP and Special Machines.

Circuit Theory ELL202

Credits: 4

Overview of network analysis techniques, network theorems, transient and steady-state sinusoidal response. Network graphs and their applications in network analysis. Tellegens theorem, two-port networks, Z, Y, h, g, and transmission matrices. Combining two ports in various configurations. Analysis of transmission lines to motivate the scattering matrix. Scattering matrix and its applications in network analysis. Network functions, positive real functions, and network synthesis. Butterworth and Chebyshev approximations. Synthesis of lossless two-port networks. Synthesis of lattice all-pass filters.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS ELL201L

Credits: 3

Digital Electronics ELL201

Credits: 5

Gates, binary number systems, arithmetic operations. Minimization using K-maps, reduced K-maps, tabular methods; design using multiplexers, decoders, and ROMs. Latches, flip-flops, registers and counters. Asynchronous, synchronous counters. Finite state machines, implementations thereof. Mealy, Moore machines. Clock period computation. Memories. Partitioning and pipelining. VHDL/Verilog, the register-transfer-level description style. Switch level introduction to logic families, CMOS logic, static, pre-charge and clocked logic. Asynchronous circuits and design styles.

CIRCUIT THEORY ELL112

Credits: 4

PHYSICAL ELECTRONICS ELL111

Credits: 3

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS ELL105

Credits: 4

ELECTROMECHANICS ELL103

Credits: 4

Introduction to Electrical Engineering ELL101

Credits: 5

Elements in an Electrical circuit: R, L, C, Diode, Voltage and current sources (independent and dependent/controlled sources with examples). DC circuits, KCL, KVL, Network theorems, Mesh and nodal analysis. Step response in RL, RC, RLC circuits. Phasor analysis of AC circuits. Single phase and 3-phase circuits. Two port network, BJT: CE and small signal model, Operational amplifiers: Model and applications Introduction to Digital circuits. Magnetic circuits, Transformers: Modeling and analysis; parameter determination. Energy in magnetic field. Electromechanical energy conversion principles with examples. Principles of measurement of voltage, current and power.|Laboratory component and the List of experiments.|CRO (mechanism and usage). KCL, KVL, Network theorem verification. Step/ transient response of RL, RC, RLC, circuits. Steady state response of Circuits of sinusoidal excitation. Diode experiment (clipping, clamping and rectification). Basic circuits using opamp. Transformers OC and SC tests. BH loop in an iron core, DC and AC motor for observation only. A small mini-project.

INTRO. TO ELECTRICAL ENGG. ELL100L

Credits: 3

INTRO. TO ELECTRICAL ENGG. ELL100

Credits: 4

MS Research Project ELD895

Credits: 36

Major Project Part-II ELD881

Credits: 12

Major Project Part-I ELD880

Credits: 6

Major Project Part-II ELD872

Credits: 12

To be decided by the project supervisor.

Major Project Part-I ELD871

Credits: 6

To be decided by the project supervisor.

Minor Project-I ELD870

Credits: 3

To be decided by the project supervisor

Major Project Part-II ELD852

Credits: 12

Major Project Part-I ELD851

Credits: 6

Minor Project ELD850

Credits: 3

Major Project Part-II ELD832

Credits: 12

Major Project Part-I (Integrated Electronic Circuits) ELD831

Credits: 6

Minor Project ELD830

Credits: 3

Major Project Part-II ELD812

Credits: 12

Major Project Part-I (Communication Engineering) ELD811

Credits: 6

Minor Project (Communication Engineering) ELD810

Credits: 3

Major Project Part-II ELD802

Credits: 12

To be decided by the project supervisor.

Major Project Part-I ELD801

Credits: 6

To be decided by the project supervisor.

Minor Project (EEA) ELD800

Credits: 3

To be decided by the project supervisor.

Minor Project ELD780

Credits: 2

BTP Part-II ELD459

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD458

Credits: 8

BTP Part II ELD457

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD456

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD455

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD454

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD453

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD452

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD451

Credits: 8

BTP Part-II ELD450

Credits: 8

B.Tech. Project-I ELD431

Credits: 3

B.TECH. PROJECT - I ELD411

Credits: 3

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - VIII ELD358

Credits: 2

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - VII ELD357

Credits: 2

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - VI ELD356

Credits: 2

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - V ELD355

Credits: 1

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - IV ELD354

Credits: 1

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - III ELD353

Credits: 1

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - II ELD352

Credits: 1

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT - I ELD351

Credits: 1

Nano-Photonics and Plasmonics EL.L72

Credits: 3

EM Waves, Maxwells Equations, Boundary Conditions, Drude, Debye, Lorentz-Drude Dispersion Relation Models, Introduction to Surface Plasmons, Surface Plasmon Excitation Mechanisms, Plasmonic Nanogratings, Localized Surface Plasmon based Devices, Optical and Plasmonic Interconnects, Sensors based on Surface Plasmons, SERS based sensing, Photonic Crystals, Optical Metamaterials, Fabrication of Nanomaterials and Plasmonic Devices.

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