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Title: EE Department @ I.I.T Bombay


1
EE Department _at_ I.I.T Bombay Strength
Activities By Subhasis Chaudhuri
Dec 2006 http//www.ee.iitb.ac.in
2
The Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT
Bombay
  • One of the most active in the institute.
  • The largest in terms of student strength
  • (approximately 320 undergraduates and
  • 400 postgraduates)

3
Teaching Programs
  • Ph.D. (graduating 10 / year)
  • M.Tech. with specialization ( 120/ year)
  • Dual Degree (B.Tech. M.Tech.) with
    specialization ( 40 / year)
  • B.Tech. ( 45 / year)

4
Five main specializations at the post graduate
level
  • Communications and Signal Processing
  • Control Computing
  • Electronic Systems
  • Micro Electronics
  • Power Electronics and Power Systems.
  • Most faculty members in the dept belong to more
    than one specialization
  • - cross disciplinary activity being one of the
    main strengths of the dept.

5
Communication Group
6
Communications Signal Processing
  • S. Chaudhuri
  • U. B. Desai
  • B. K. Dey
  • S. Dutta Roy
  • V. M. Gadre
  • A. Karandikar
  • G. Kumar
  • D. Manjunath
  • S. N. Merchant
  • H. Narayanan
  • P. C. Pandey
  • H. Pillai
  • P. Rao
  • G. P. Saraph
  • V. Sharma
  • R. K. Shevgaonkar

7
Research Areas
  • Signal processing
  • - Biomedical signal and image processing
  • - Speech and Audio Processing
  • - DSP (Algorithms HW implementation)
  • Computer vision multimedia
  • Communication networks
  • Optical communication
  • Wireless communication
  • RF, microwaves and antennas
  • Information theory and coding

8
Communication Research Labs
  • Antennas and Microwaves
  • Communication RF Electronics
  • Fiber Optics
  • Information Networks
  • SPANN
  • TI - DSP
  • Speech Processing
  • Vision Image Processing (VIP)

9
Industrial Partnerships
  • TCS
  • TCS sponsors 20 Masters students every year
  • in VLSI/Embedded Systems area
  • Intel
  • Has funded equipment in the Intel Lab for
  • VLSI activity
  • Has funded Network Processor Activity in
  • the Communication Lab
  • TI
  • Has funded the TI DSP lab

10
Funding in Comm. SP
  • Funding Over Last 10 years has been
  • around Rs 81 m (8.1 crores)

11
Projects from Industry
  • Antennas and Microwaves DRDO, AICTE, ARDB, BRNS,
    Hitachi Metals, Aero-Marine, Kleinzaid, ECIL
  • Fibre Optics MHRD, AICTE, DOE
  • Information Networks DST, MHRD, Tata Infotech,
    Analog Devices, GE, Verifone, TI, Cirrus Logic,
    Switchon
  • SPANN Cirrus Logic, Texas Instruments, Tata
    Infotech, CE, Analog Devices, SASKEN, Aquila
  • TI-DSP TI, NRB, AICTE
  • VIP NRB, DST, ISRO, ADE, AOARD, EU

12
Antennas Microwaves Lab
Testing of Antenna and Microwave components with
Network Analyzer
13
Communication RF Electronics Lab
Testing of Wireless link at 2.45 GHz with
Spectrum Analyzer
14
Fibre Optics Lab
Laser coupling light into an optical fiber
15
SPANN Lab
Sensor Networks Research at SPANN Lab
16
TI-DSP Lab
Experiments on TMC320C6XXX DSP Processors at
TI-DSP Lab
17
Vision IP Lab
18
Control Computing
Intended to represent theory computational
algorithms within EE M. Belur U.B. Desai H.
Pillai V.M. Gadre V.R. Sule A. Karandikar H.
Narayanan P. C. Pandey
19
Interests of Control Computing Group
  • Design of control laws for guidance, active
    vibration control
  • Optimal control for satellite orientation and
    control.
  • Simulations of large order interconnected
    dynamics for
  • various studies such as sensor locations,
    fault and condition
  • monitoring, flutter and stability evaluation
    etc.
  • Computational aspects of Large scale system
    dynamics
  • (eg. eigenvalue and eigenvector computation
    of large
  • (million state variables) electrical
    networks
  • Partitioning techniques for large system
    problems
  • optimization, simulation, sensitivity
    studies.

20
Electronic Systems
  • Intended to represent System design
    methodologies
  • and Hardware implementation within EE
  • P.C. Pandey
  • D.K. Sharma
  • V.M. Gadre
  • S. DuttaGupta

21
Electronic Systems Current RD Areas
Speech analysis synthesis,enhancement and
encoding Speech processing for adverse
listening conditions Digital measurements and
instrumentation Biomedical instrumentation and
signal processing Instrumentation for
ultrasonic hyperthermia Fluid flow measurement
using ultrasonic techniques.
22
Power Electronics Power Systems Group
Department of Electrical Engineering Indian
Institute of Technology - Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
23
Faculty PE PS
  • Core Faculty
  • V. Agarwal HF power supplies, EMI issues, power
    factor correction
  • M. Chandorkar Electrical power quality, High
    power drives
  • K. Chatterjee Active filters, Drives
  • B.G. Fernandes Permanent Magnet Machines, Power
    Electronics
  • S.A. Khaparde Non-conventional energy sources,
    Deregulation
  • A.M. Kulkarni Power system stability, FACTS,
    HVDC
  • S.V. Kulkarni Power transformers, Finite element
    modelling
  • S.A. Soman Power system protection, Power system
    computation
  • Associate Faculty
  • H. Narayanan Parallel circuit simulation,
    combinatorial modelling
  • A.N. Chandorkar Power semiconductor devices
  • M.B. Patil Power electronic circuit simulations
    (SEQUEL)
  • P. Apte MEMS, Condition Monitoring

IIT Bombay
24
Power Systems Computation Lab
Field Computation Lab
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
25
Machines Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
26
High Speed Axial Flux Machine (30000rpm), Two
Stator One Rotor Topology
Wound Stators
Rotor with magnets attached
Fabricated Machine
Feature Compact and high power
density Application Energy storage device for
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
27
RD Activities Special Machines
Brushless DC Motor And Controller
Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine 1 stator
2 rotors
Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine 1 stator
2 rotors
(16 pole Low Speed Machine for Directly Driven
Wind Power Generator )
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
28
RD Activities Special Machines
Line Start Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
(synchronizes at 310 V L-L)Suitable for Pumps
and Fans
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
29
RD Activities Special Machines
Inverter for interfacing Non-conventional Energy
Source to Utility
Electronic Ballast
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
30
Direct Torque Control
TMS320VC33 Floating Point DSP Controller Board
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
31
EMI-EMC Probes Measure E-field and H-field and
display them.
Web Based SpirometerUsed For testing of
functioning of lungs. It is connected to internet.
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
32
RD Activities Field Computation
3-D FEM analysis of eddy current losses in
bushing mounting plate of transformers
Equipotential plot Electric
stress plot FEM analysis for optimum high
voltage lead clearance
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
33
RD Activities Flexible AC Transmission Systems
Damping Controller Design Studies for 400 kV
Kanpur - Ballabhgarh Thyristor Controlled Series
Compensator
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
34
RD Activities Power System Dynamics
Stability Analysis and simulation of Power
Systems
PSS Tuning in the Western Grid
Wanakbori 210 MW
Field Results
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
35
RD Activities Power System Analysis and
Computation
Digitizer A software tool with user friendly
interface to trace the curves and digitize them
along with specialized tool for digitizing
inverse overcurrent relay characteristics.
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
36
RD Activities Power System Restructuring
(Pricing Issues)
  • A new tool based on real power tracing for
  • Transmission Service Charge (TSC) Allocation
  • and Loss Allocation.
  • The tool determines usage of CTU network
  • by each constituent of the Western Regional
    grid.
  • Detailed presentation offered to Power Grid
  • Corporation of India Ltd., so as to implement
  • it on actual system.

Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
37
Power Electronics Power Systems Group
  • V.AgarwalA.N.ChandorkarM.C.ChandorkarK.Chat
    terjeeB.G.FernandesS.A.Khaparde
  • A.M.Kulkarni
  • S.V.Kulkarni
  • K.V.V.Murthy
  • H.Narayanan
  • S.A.Soman

38
Micro/Nano-electronics VLSI activities
39
Microelectronics VLSI
  • Microelectronics VLSI is the largest group in
    EE Department at IIT Bombay
  • Started in 1984 Group activity emphasized
  • Main thrust in silicon CMOS devices, technology
    and design
  • Group consists of 15 core faculty and 110
    post-graduate students

40
Faculty
  • P. R. Apte
  • A. N. Chandorkar
  • M. P. Desai
  • S. Duttagupta
  • R. Lal
  • S. Mahapatra
  • H. Narayanan
  • M. S. Baghini
  • M. B. Patil
  • R. Pinto
  • V. Ramgopal Rao
  • D. K. Sharma
  • Anil K.
  • J. Vasi
  • J. Mukherjee
  • Adjunct

41
Areas of R D
  • Silicon CMOS physics and technology
  • MEMS, BioMEMS
  • New materials for micro and nanoelectronics
  • Device modeling and simulation
  • VLSI design (digital, analog, mixed-mode, RF)
  • VLSI CAD tool development
  • Interaction between VLSI technology and design
  • Solar Cells

42
Facilities
  • Class 1000 Clean Room (class 100 work areas) with
    facilities for silicon device fabrication
    (optical EB lithography, RIE, Deposition, PVD,
    RTP, Wet cleaning, MOCVD, LPCVD, Furnaces, )
  • Complete MEMS fabrication Facility
  • Excellent electrical characterization facility
  • SEM, AFM, UV-VIS, FTIR, Ellipsometer, 4-probe,
    microscops
  • VLSI design work stations and tools
  • Cadence, Mentor, Synopsys, Tanner, Xilinx, plus
    many public domain tools
  • Technology CAD tools and workstations
  • Medici, TSuprem, ISE-TCAD, SMC (Monte Carlo)
  • Gaitonde Integrated Systems Laboratory
  • Intel Microelectronics Lab
  • TCS VLSI Design Lab
  • Nano electronics Centre (inter-departmental
    facility)

43
Facilities Clean Room
44
Facilities Photolithography
45
Facilities SEM/EBL
46
Facilities Characterization
47
Facilities TCS Lab
48
Sponsored Projects
  • Over 60 projects since 1985 totaling US 8
    Million
  • Centre of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (US 12
    Million, interdepartmental project)
  • Commitment from Applied Materials for Equipment
    Donation
  • Projects cover all areas of Microelectronics
    VLSI
  • Projects from major government agencies, and
    leading Indian international companies

49
Some Recent Ongoing Projects Modeling
Simulation
  • Development of a hot-carrier simulator (Motorola)
  • Look-up table modeling for circuit simulation
    (DST)
  • Modeling of power semiconductor devices (GE)
  • Macromodels for circuit simulation (National)
  • RF MOSFET models (IME, Singapore)
  • Oxide scaling effects on design issues (Intel)
  • CMOS device design and optimization for
    mixed-signal applications (Intel)
  • Compact Modeling for Multi-gate MOSFETs (IMEC)

50
Some Ongoing Projects VLSI CAD Tools
  • Interconnect capacitance extraction by Monte
    Carlo (Intel)
  • Eigenvalues for large scale systems (NRB)
  • Math programming electrical networks (DST)
  • General purpose systems partitioners (NRB)
  • Design issues with high-k dielectrics (Intel)

51
Some Ongoing Projects VLSI Design
  • Analog PHY interface chip (ControlNet)
  • Data Conversion RF Circuits (Texas Instruments
    India)
  • High-speed comparator design (TII)
  • Communication VLSI Design (SASKEN)
  • Packet classifier (Switch-on Networks)
  • FSM-based packet router (DST)
  • On-chip coupling capacitance measurement (MHRD)
  • VLSI Design training (MIT, TCS)

52
Some Recent Ongoing Projects Physics
Technology
  • Silicon sensors for electroporation (Praman
    Technology)
  • iSens for cardiac applications (ADA)
  • Silicon Locket (TCS)
  • Channel engineering for 100 nm CMOS devices (DST)
  • Characterization of vertical MOS transistors with
    Sub 70 nm Channel Lengths (Siemens)
  • Design and characterization of Flash memories
    (Hitachi)
  • Molecular Electronics- Porphyrin based (CDRG)
  • Gate stack for flash and logic applications (SRC)

53
Fabrication Activities
a-SiNH cantilevers with HWCVD poly as piezo
4-mask process
54
Nanofluidic Systems in SU8- EBL
Coulter counter Micro-channel with constriction,
and 2 rows of pillars on either side
25µm
Synthetic gel Micro-channel with supporting
pillars
Pillars and walls were written at 35kV and the
capping membrane at 10kV
Capped micro-channels of various shapes and sizes
55
Silicon Locket
  • Low power ASIC based Fabricated working fine
  • Low cost SU8 Accelerometer Motion artifacts
  • Undergoing field trials in hospitals
  • TCS-Industry partner

56
Hot-Wire Cluster Tool for Low-Temperature
poly/nitride Deposition
B2H6
57
IITB IISc Identified for Setting up National
Nanoelectronics Centres
  • Shrink-down
  • Device centric
  • Atoms-up
  • Material centric

IISc
IITB
Funding from MCIT
58
Industry Collaborations
  • Sponsored, Consultancy Collaborative Projects
  • Indian industry SCL, BEL, ITI, TCS, Sasken,
    TII, Cypress, ControlNet, National, etc
  • International industry Intel, Motorola, GE,
    Siemens, Hitachi, National, IME, Agere, IMEC,
    Applied Materials,IRC
  • Endowed Laboratories
  • Gaitonde Integrated Systems Laboratory
  • Intel Microelectronics Laboratory
  • TCS VLSI Design Characterization Laboratory

59
University Collaborations
  • Other IITs, IISc, IISc, Univs of Bombay, Pune,
    Jadavpur
  • International universities like
  • UCLA, UCSB, Yale University, Purdue University
    (USA)
  • HK Univ of Science Tech., Univ of HK (HK)
  • Delft University (The Netherlands)
  • Bundeswehr, Munich, Erlangen (Germany)
  • Griffith University (Australia)
  • NUS, NTU (Singapore)
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
  • IMEC (Belgium)
  • Trento, Florence (Italy)
  • Paris XI (France)

60
Publications
  • Over 150 publications every year in major
    journals and conferences during the last two years

61
Future
  • Strengthen the PhD programme
  • Have a strong visitor programme
  • Have a strong student and faculty exchange
    program
  • Encourage entrepreneurship
  • Have more collaborations with industry and
    government organizations

62
Our alumni have remembered us !
63
Girish Gaitonde Lecture Hall Complex is now
ready Donor Girish Gaitonde (83 BTech, EE) From
July 2004, this complex will host the EE dept
office all EE classes (total strength more than
700).
64
Wadhwani Electronics Laboratories Donor Ramesh
Wadhwani (69 BTech,EE) This was inaugurated in
early 2000 and includes all undergraduate
Electronic Labs, Design Project Labs and some
research Labs. This occupies more than half the
area of the 3rd floor of the EE dept building and
has equipments ranging from work-horse type to
highly sophisticated. Throughout the year, more
than 800 students use these labs.
65
Prof L.R.Gadre Wireless Complex Donor A.M.Gadre
('84 B.Tech,EE) Inauguration Later this
year. Will include within it the Antennas and
uWaves Lab, SPANN lab and the DSP lab.
66
Industrial Partnerships
TCS TCS sponsors 20 Masters students every year
in the VLSI/Embedded Systems area Has funded the
TCS laboratory for VLSI activity Intel Has
funded and continues to equip the Intel
Laboratory for VLSI activity TI Has funded the
TI DSP lab
67
  • PhD programme
  • Presently (35 resident,45 external)
  • Raise to (130 resident,80 external)
  • Admission requirement
  • - should be outstanding, basic degree in
    science.
  • (willing to scout all over the
    country
  • -talent hunting is fun!)

68
PhD students
  • Treat them well
  • Good work space - we have it now!
  • Exposure to the world
  • Exchange programmes with other universities,
  • industries all over the world
  • A strong visitor programme (researchers from
  • all over the world staying with us, weeks to
  • several months)

69
A strong visitor programme
  • 15 visitors at any given time
  • Phd students of Senior
    research
  • other universities workers
  • Academics Practitioners from

  • industry/RD

  • organizations
  • Rule - Excellence interaction with our faculty

70
Entrepreneurship
  • The curriculum would encourage technological
  • entrepreneurship
  • Design projects taken to product level
    completion
  • Dual Degree,M.Tech,B.Tech projects can aim
  • towards entrepreneural goals.

71
The Promise
  • We will cherish teaching and academic values
  • We will reach out
  • We will look far ahead
  • We will value silence also in the midst of
    clamour.
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Title: EE Department @ I.I.T Bombay


1
EE Department _at_ I.I.T Bombay Strength
Activities By Subhasis Chaudhuri
Dec 2006 http//www.ee.iitb.ac.in
2
The Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT
Bombay
  • One of the most active in the institute.
  • The largest in terms of student strength
  • (approximately 320 undergraduates and
  • 400 postgraduates)

3
Teaching Programs
  • Ph.D. (graduating 10 / year)
  • M.Tech. with specialization ( 120/ year)
  • Dual Degree (B.Tech. M.Tech.) with
    specialization ( 40 / year)
  • B.Tech. ( 45 / year)

4
Five main specializations at the post graduate
level
  • Communications and Signal Processing
  • Control Computing
  • Electronic Systems
  • Micro Electronics
  • Power Electronics and Power Systems.
  • Most faculty members in the dept belong to more
    than one specialization
  • - cross disciplinary activity being one of the
    main strengths of the dept.

5
Communication Group
6
Communications Signal Processing
  • S. Chaudhuri
  • U. B. Desai
  • B. K. Dey
  • S. Dutta Roy
  • V. M. Gadre
  • A. Karandikar
  • G. Kumar
  • D. Manjunath
  • S. N. Merchant
  • H. Narayanan
  • P. C. Pandey
  • H. Pillai
  • P. Rao
  • G. P. Saraph
  • V. Sharma
  • R. K. Shevgaonkar

7
Research Areas
  • Signal processing
  • - Biomedical signal and image processing
  • - Speech and Audio Processing
  • - DSP (Algorithms HW implementation)
  • Computer vision multimedia
  • Communication networks
  • Optical communication
  • Wireless communication
  • RF, microwaves and antennas
  • Information theory and coding

8
Communication Research Labs
  • Antennas and Microwaves
  • Communication RF Electronics
  • Fiber Optics
  • Information Networks
  • SPANN
  • TI - DSP
  • Speech Processing
  • Vision Image Processing (VIP)

9
Industrial Partnerships
  • TCS
  • TCS sponsors 20 Masters students every year
  • in VLSI/Embedded Systems area
  • Intel
  • Has funded equipment in the Intel Lab for
  • VLSI activity
  • Has funded Network Processor Activity in
  • the Communication Lab
  • TI
  • Has funded the TI DSP lab

10
Funding in Comm. SP
  • Funding Over Last 10 years has been
  • around Rs 81 m (8.1 crores)

11
Projects from Industry
  • Antennas and Microwaves DRDO, AICTE, ARDB, BRNS,
    Hitachi Metals, Aero-Marine, Kleinzaid, ECIL
  • Fibre Optics MHRD, AICTE, DOE
  • Information Networks DST, MHRD, Tata Infotech,
    Analog Devices, GE, Verifone, TI, Cirrus Logic,
    Switchon
  • SPANN Cirrus Logic, Texas Instruments, Tata
    Infotech, CE, Analog Devices, SASKEN, Aquila
  • TI-DSP TI, NRB, AICTE
  • VIP NRB, DST, ISRO, ADE, AOARD, EU

12
Antennas Microwaves Lab
Testing of Antenna and Microwave components with
Network Analyzer
13
Communication RF Electronics Lab
Testing of Wireless link at 2.45 GHz with
Spectrum Analyzer
14
Fibre Optics Lab
Laser coupling light into an optical fiber
15
SPANN Lab
Sensor Networks Research at SPANN Lab
16
TI-DSP Lab
Experiments on TMC320C6XXX DSP Processors at
TI-DSP Lab
17
Vision IP Lab
18
Control Computing
Intended to represent theory computational
algorithms within EE M. Belur U.B. Desai H.
Pillai V.M. Gadre V.R. Sule A. Karandikar H.
Narayanan P. C. Pandey
19
Interests of Control Computing Group
  • Design of control laws for guidance, active
    vibration control
  • Optimal control for satellite orientation and
    control.
  • Simulations of large order interconnected
    dynamics for
  • various studies such as sensor locations,
    fault and condition
  • monitoring, flutter and stability evaluation
    etc.
  • Computational aspects of Large scale system
    dynamics
  • (eg. eigenvalue and eigenvector computation
    of large
  • (million state variables) electrical
    networks
  • Partitioning techniques for large system
    problems
  • optimization, simulation, sensitivity
    studies.

20
Electronic Systems
  • Intended to represent System design
    methodologies
  • and Hardware implementation within EE
  • P.C. Pandey
  • D.K. Sharma
  • V.M. Gadre
  • S. DuttaGupta

21
Electronic Systems Current RD Areas
Speech analysis synthesis,enhancement and
encoding Speech processing for adverse
listening conditions Digital measurements and
instrumentation Biomedical instrumentation and
signal processing Instrumentation for
ultrasonic hyperthermia Fluid flow measurement
using ultrasonic techniques.
22
Power Electronics Power Systems Group
Department of Electrical Engineering Indian
Institute of Technology - Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
23
Faculty PE PS
  • Core Faculty
  • V. Agarwal HF power supplies, EMI issues, power
    factor correction
  • M. Chandorkar Electrical power quality, High
    power drives
  • K. Chatterjee Active filters, Drives
  • B.G. Fernandes Permanent Magnet Machines, Power
    Electronics
  • S.A. Khaparde Non-conventional energy sources,
    Deregulation
  • A.M. Kulkarni Power system stability, FACTS,
    HVDC
  • S.V. Kulkarni Power transformers, Finite element
    modelling
  • S.A. Soman Power system protection, Power system
    computation
  • Associate Faculty
  • H. Narayanan Parallel circuit simulation,
    combinatorial modelling
  • A.N. Chandorkar Power semiconductor devices
  • M.B. Patil Power electronic circuit simulations
    (SEQUEL)
  • P. Apte MEMS, Condition Monitoring

IIT Bombay
24
Power Systems Computation Lab
Field Computation Lab
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
25
Machines Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
26
High Speed Axial Flux Machine (30000rpm), Two
Stator One Rotor Topology
Wound Stators
Rotor with magnets attached
Fabricated Machine
Feature Compact and high power
density Application Energy storage device for
Hybrid Electric Vehicle
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
27
RD Activities Special Machines
Brushless DC Motor And Controller
Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine 1 stator
2 rotors
Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine 1 stator
2 rotors
(16 pole Low Speed Machine for Directly Driven
Wind Power Generator )
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
28
RD Activities Special Machines
Line Start Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor
(synchronizes at 310 V L-L)Suitable for Pumps
and Fans
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
29
RD Activities Special Machines
Inverter for interfacing Non-conventional Energy
Source to Utility
Electronic Ballast
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
30
Direct Torque Control
TMS320VC33 Floating Point DSP Controller Board
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
31
EMI-EMC Probes Measure E-field and H-field and
display them.
Web Based SpirometerUsed For testing of
functioning of lungs. It is connected to internet.
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
32
RD Activities Field Computation
3-D FEM analysis of eddy current losses in
bushing mounting plate of transformers
Equipotential plot Electric
stress plot FEM analysis for optimum high
voltage lead clearance
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
33
RD Activities Flexible AC Transmission Systems
Damping Controller Design Studies for 400 kV
Kanpur - Ballabhgarh Thyristor Controlled Series
Compensator
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
34
RD Activities Power System Dynamics
Stability Analysis and simulation of Power
Systems
PSS Tuning in the Western Grid
Wanakbori 210 MW
Field Results
IIT Bombay
Power Electronics Power Systems
35
RD Activities Power System Analysis and
Computation
Digitizer A software tool with user friendly
interface to trace the curves and digitize them
along with specialized tool for digitizing
inverse overcurrent relay characteristics.
Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
36
RD Activities Power System Restructuring
(Pricing Issues)
  • A new tool based on real power tracing for
  • Transmission Service Charge (TSC) Allocation
  • and Loss Allocation.
  • The tool determines usage of CTU network
  • by each constituent of the Western Regional
    grid.
  • Detailed presentation offered to Power Grid
  • Corporation of India Ltd., so as to implement
  • it on actual system.

Power Electronics Power Systems
IIT Bombay
37
Power Electronics Power Systems Group
  • V.AgarwalA.N.ChandorkarM.C.ChandorkarK.Chat
    terjeeB.G.FernandesS.A.Khaparde
  • A.M.Kulkarni
  • S.V.Kulkarni
  • K.V.V.Murthy
  • H.Narayanan
  • S.A.Soman

38
Micro/Nano-electronics VLSI activities
39
Microelectronics VLSI
  • Microelectronics VLSI is the largest group in
    EE Department at IIT Bombay
  • Started in 1984 Group activity emphasized
  • Main thrust in silicon CMOS devices, technology
    and design
  • Group consists of 15 core faculty and 110
    post-graduate students

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Faculty
  • P. R. Apte
  • A. N. Chandorkar
  • M. P. Desai
  • S. Duttagupta
  • R. Lal
  • S. Mahapatra
  • H. Narayanan
  • M. S. Baghini
  • M. B. Patil
  • R. Pinto
  • V. Ramgopal Rao
  • D. K. Sharma
  • Anil K.
  • J. Vasi
  • J. Mukherjee
  • Adjunct

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Areas of R D
  • Silicon CMOS physics and technology
  • MEMS, BioMEMS
  • New materials for micro and nanoelectronics
  • Device modeling and simulation
  • VLSI design (digital, analog, mixed-mode, RF)
  • VLSI CAD tool development
  • Interaction between VLSI technology and design
  • Solar Cells

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Facilities
  • Class 1000 Clean Room (class 100 work areas) with
    facilities for silicon device fabrication
    (optical EB lithography, RIE, Deposition, PVD,
    RTP, Wet cleaning, MOCVD, LPCVD, Furnaces, )
  • Complete MEMS fabrication Facility
  • Excellent electrical characterization facility
  • SEM, AFM, UV-VIS, FTIR, Ellipsometer, 4-probe,
    microscops
  • VLSI design work stations and tools
  • Cadence, Mentor, Synopsys, Tanner, Xilinx, plus
    many public domain tools
  • Technology CAD tools and workstations
  • Medici, TSuprem, ISE-TCAD, SMC (Monte Carlo)
  • Gaitonde Integrated Systems Laboratory
  • Intel Microelectronics Lab
  • TCS VLSI Design Lab
  • Nano electronics Centre (inter-departmental
    facility)

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Facilities Clean Room
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Facilities Photolithography
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Facilities SEM/EBL
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Facilities Characterization
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Facilities TCS Lab
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Sponsored Projects
  • Over 60 projects since 1985 totaling US 8
    Million
  • Centre of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (US 12
    Million, interdepartmental project)
  • Commitment from Applied Materials for Equipment
    Donation
  • Projects cover all areas of Microelectronics
    VLSI
  • Projects from major government agencies, and
    leading Indian international companies

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Some Recent Ongoing Projects Modeling
Simulation
  • Development of a hot-carrier simulator (Motorola)
  • Look-up table modeling for circuit simulation
    (DST)
  • Modeling of power semiconductor devices (GE)
  • Macromodels for circuit simulation (National)
  • RF MOSFET models (IME, Singapore)
  • Oxide scaling effects on design issues (Intel)
  • CMOS device design and optimization for
    mixed-signal applications (Intel)
  • Compact Modeling for Multi-gate MOSFETs (IMEC)

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Some Ongoing Projects VLSI CAD Tools
  • Interconnect capacitance extraction by Monte
    Carlo (Intel)
  • Eigenvalues for large scale systems (NRB)
  • Math programming electrical networks (DST)
  • General purpose systems partitioners (NRB)
  • Design issues with high-k dielectrics (Intel)

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Some Ongoing Projects VLSI Design
  • Analog PHY interface chip (ControlNet)
  • Data Conversion RF Circuits (Texas Instruments
    India)
  • High-speed comparator design (TII)
  • Communication VLSI Design (SASKEN)
  • Packet classifier (Switch-on Networks)
  • FSM-based packet router (DST)
  • On-chip coupling capacitance measurement (MHRD)
  • VLSI Design training (MIT, TCS)

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Some Recent Ongoing Projects Physics
Technology
  • Silicon sensors for electroporation (Praman
    Technology)
  • iSens for cardiac applications (ADA)
  • Silicon Locket (TCS)
  • Channel engineering for 100 nm CMOS devices (DST)
  • Characterization of vertical MOS transistors with
    Sub 70 nm Channel Lengths (Siemens)
  • Design and characterization of Flash memories
    (Hitachi)
  • Molecular Electronics- Porphyrin based (CDRG)
  • Gate stack for flash and logic applications (SRC)

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Fabrication Activities
a-SiNH cantilevers with HWCVD poly as piezo
4-mask process
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Nanofluidic Systems in SU8- EBL
Coulter counter Micro-channel with constriction,
and 2 rows of pillars on either side
25µm
Synthetic gel Micro-channel with supporting
pillars
Pillars and walls were written at 35kV and the
capping membrane at 10kV
Capped micro-channels of various shapes and sizes
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Silicon Locket
  • Low power ASIC based Fabricated working fine
  • Low cost SU8 Accelerometer Motion artifacts
  • Undergoing field trials in hospitals
  • TCS-Industry partner

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Hot-Wire Cluster Tool for Low-Temperature
poly/nitride Deposition
B2H6
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IITB IISc Identified for Setting up National
Nanoelectronics Centres
  • Shrink-down
  • Device centric
  • Atoms-up
  • Material centric

IISc
IITB
Funding from MCIT
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Industry Collaborations
  • Sponsored, Consultancy Collaborative Projects
  • Indian industry SCL, BEL, ITI, TCS, Sasken,
    TII, Cypress, ControlNet, National, etc
  • International industry Intel, Motorola, GE,
    Siemens, Hitachi, National, IME, Agere, IMEC,
    Applied Materials,IRC
  • Endowed Laboratories
  • Gaitonde Integrated Systems Laboratory
  • Intel Microelectronics Laboratory
  • TCS VLSI Design Characterization Laboratory

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University Collaborations
  • Other IITs, IISc, IISc, Univs of Bombay, Pune,
    Jadavpur
  • International universities like
  • UCLA, UCSB, Yale University, Purdue University
    (USA)
  • HK Univ of Science Tech., Univ of HK (HK)
  • Delft University (The Netherlands)
  • Bundeswehr, Munich, Erlangen (Germany)
  • Griffith University (Australia)
  • NUS, NTU (Singapore)
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
  • IMEC (Belgium)
  • Trento, Florence (Italy)
  • Paris XI (France)

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Publications
  • Over 150 publications every year in major
    journals and conferences during the last two years

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Future
  • Strengthen the PhD programme
  • Have a strong visitor programme
  • Have a strong student and faculty exchange
    program
  • Encourage entrepreneurship
  • Have more collaborations with industry and
    government organizations

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Our alumni have remembered us !
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Girish Gaitonde Lecture Hall Complex is now
ready Donor Girish Gaitonde (83 BTech, EE) From
July 2004, this complex will host the EE dept
office all EE classes (total strength more than
700).
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Wadhwani Electronics Laboratories Donor Ramesh
Wadhwani (69 BTech,EE) This was inaugurated in
early 2000 and includes all undergraduate
Electronic Labs, Design Project Labs and some
research Labs. This occupies more than half the
area of the 3rd floor of the EE dept building and
has equipments ranging from work-horse type to
highly sophisticated. Throughout the year, more
than 800 students use these labs.
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Prof L.R.Gadre Wireless Complex Donor A.M.Gadre
('84 B.Tech,EE) Inauguration Later this
year. Will include within it the Antennas and
uWaves Lab, SPANN lab and the DSP lab.
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Industrial Partnerships
TCS TCS sponsors 20 Masters students every year
in the VLSI/Embedded Systems area Has funded the
TCS laboratory for VLSI activity Intel Has
funded and continues to equip the Intel
Laboratory for VLSI activity TI Has funded the
TI DSP lab
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  • PhD programme
  • Presently (35 resident,45 external)
  • Raise to (130 resident,80 external)
  • Admission requirement
  • - should be outstanding, basic degree in
    science.
  • (willing to scout all over the
    country
  • -talent hunting is fun!)

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PhD students
  • Treat them well
  • Good work space - we have it now!
  • Exposure to the world
  • Exchange programmes with other universities,
  • industries all over the world
  • A strong visitor programme (researchers from
  • all over the world staying with us, weeks to
  • several months)

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A strong visitor programme
  • 15 visitors at any given time
  • Phd students of Senior
    research
  • other universities workers
  • Academics Practitioners from

  • industry/RD

  • organizations
  • Rule - Excellence interaction with our faculty

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Entrepreneurship
  • The curriculum would encourage technological
  • entrepreneurship
  • Design projects taken to product level
    completion
  • Dual Degree,M.Tech,B.Tech projects can aim
  • towards entrepreneural goals.

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The Promise
  • We will cherish teaching and academic values
  • We will reach out
  • We will look far ahead
  • We will value silence also in the midst of
    clamour.
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