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V. Kaarthick Raja and N. Rakesh of IV Year ECE has presented a paper titled "Performance Analysis of All-Optical Reversible Combinational Circuits using SOA-MZI-A Simulation Study" at University of Exeter, United Kingdom from 09th to 12th July 2019. The students have been sponsored Rs.66,636/- by the management to attend the conference at UK
J. Sudharsanan and A. Manikandan of IV Year ECE presented their paper titled “sEMG-based arm action classification using time domain features and machine learning techniques” in the 8th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2019) held at Seoul, Republic of Korea from 22nd to 25th October 2019. This conference was hosted by Institute of Bio-medical Engineering Research, Kyungpook National University and supported by Center for the Support of Medical Device Platform, Keimyung University, South Korea. The students have been sponsored Rs.1,20,371/- by the management to attend the conference at South Korea.
J. Sudharsanan and A. Manikandan of IV Year ECE presented their paper titled “sEMG-based arm action classification using time domain features and machine learning techniques” in the 8th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (ICBEB 2019) held at Seoul, Republic of Korea from 22nd to 25th October 2019. This conference was hosted by Institute of Bio-medical Engineering Research, Kyungpook National University and supported by Center for the Support of Medical Device Platform, Keimyung University, South Korea. The students have been sponsored Rs.1,20,371/- by the management to attend the conference at South Korea.
G. Divya of IV Year ECE and S. Gayathri of III Year ECE has presented a paper titled "IoT Based Google Duplex Artificial Intelligence Solution for Elderly Care" in the 4th IEEE International Conference on Contemporary Computing and Informatics at Amity Global University, Singapore from 12th to 14th December 2019. The students have been sponsored Rs.60,000/- by the management to attend the conference at Singapore.
G. Divya of IV Year ECE and S. Gayathri of III Year ECE has presented a paper titled "IoT Based Google Duplex Artificial Intelligence Solution for Elderly Care" in the 4th IEEE International Conference on Contemporary Computing and Informatics at Amity Global University, Singapore from 12th to 14th December 2019. The students have been sponsored Rs.60,000/- by the management to attend the conference at Singapore.
A. Balasubramaniam and K. Bharathwaj of III Year ECE has presented a paper titled "Work in Progress: A Theoretical Model of IoT Based Two-Wheeler Auto-Indicator System to Advance Traffic Violation" in the 4th IEEE International Conference on Contemporary Computing and Informatics at Amity Global University, Singapore from 12th to 14th December 2019. The students have been sponsored Rs.60,000/- by the management to attend the conference at Singapore.
PROJECT CONTEST
J.Sudharsanan, A.Manikandan and K. Prithivirajan of IV Year ECE presented their project in the 9th Project Innovation Contest 2020, at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. They won the 4th Prize in the event.
J.Sudharsanan, A.Manikandan, K. Prithivirajan and N. Harish of IV Year ECE presented their project in the 9th Project Innovation Contest 2020, at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. They won a cash award of Rs. 5,000/- and a Drone Kit worth Rs. 7,000/-
TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION
K. Priya and G. A. Aravindakshan of III Year ECE presented their product titled "Coral Detecting AUV - Triton" at the TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION 2020 CUM TRAINING PROGRAM at Anna University, Chennai during 27 – 29 February 2020. The team won the SECOND PRIE with a cash award of Rs.30,000/-
TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION
K. Priya and G. A. Aravindakshan of III Year ECE presented their product titled "Coral Detecting AUV - Triton" at the TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION 2020 CUM TRAINING PROGRAM at Anna University, Chennai during 27 – 29 February 2020. The team won the SECOND PRIE with a cash award of Rs.30,0
SMART INDIA HACKATHON
N. Arunachalam, T. Dinesh, S. Tejaswini and V. Visalini of IV Year ECE has been awarded as WINNERS for their project titled “Steam Trap Health Monitoring” in the HARDWARE EDITION category of the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon, 2019 conducted at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune from 08.07.2019 to 12.07.2019.
SMART INDIA HACKATHON
D. Akshaya Rajeshwari, K. Priyadharshini, V. A. R. Rathna Sastika, S. Sayi Varsha Vardhin, M. Sneha, and S. Sri Janani of III Year ECE has participated in the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon, 2019 conducted at Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology from 08.07.2019 to 12.07.2019.
SMART INDIA HACKATHON
N Arunachalam, Final Year ECE, bagged the second runner up with a cash award of Rs.10,000/- in the Brakes India Hackathon 2020 conducted on Feb 7, 2020.
BEST STUDENT AWARD
R. Dhianeswar of IV Year ECE has been awarded the BEST STUDENT AWARD by The Institution of Engineers (India) - Students Chapter – Kanchipuram, on 30th October 2019, for his exemplary performance in academic activities during the academic year 2018 - 2019.
CAMPUS AMBASSADOR
R. Prashanth of III - C is been appointed as the CAMPUS AMBASSADOR for the Madras Photo Bloggers for the year 2019 - 2020.

e-Yantra is a flagship project of the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD, Govt. of India) funded under the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) at IIT Bombay to spread education in Embedded Systems and Robotics in undergraduate engineering and polytechnic colleges. The main objective of e-Yantra is to train students in the art of innovation and eventually entrepreneurship in a step-by-step manner using a “Project Based Learning” approach. In this year’s edition of the Ideas competition, eYIC 2019-20, out of 321 project proposals (from 206 eLSI colleges which registered for this event) received, 136 were selected to implement their ideas and submit a demonstration video and code.

A total of 49 teams out of the 136 teams were selected to participate in the Regional Finals held on Feb 21, 2020 to March 6, 2020 at regions – Coimbatore, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad and Gurgaon. 21 projects from regional’s finals were selected for the grand finale which was scheduled on July 10th – 12th, 2020.

The projects were evaluated by a panel of judges comprising IIT Bombay faculty and Industry Representatives in the first ever online National Finals of eYIC 2019-20, the winners were declared live on July 12th 2020.

The team achieved an award in Best Project Implementation Category. As one of the eYIC 2019-20 winners, the team is awarded a cash prize of Rs. 32500 for the project “A.Q.U.A Drone”,

Team detail :

  • Prithivirajan K
  • Harish N
  • Manikandan A
  • Sudharsanan J

Guided by

  • Mr. Prabakaran S

Agri bot 2019 link :

A Q U A Drone 2020 link :

COVID RELATED PROJECTS – https://www.mitsquare.com/innovations/mitsquare-india-projects

1.DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN IOT BASED SMART VENTILATOR

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a deadly infectious virus that enters in to the lungs, making it harder to breathe, and causing the body’s oxygen levels to drop. In the event of difficulty in breathing, ventilators are generally used to push air, with increased levels of oxygen, into the lungs. There are several problems such as availability, cost-effectiveness, more workforce to monitor and manage. As a result, there is a push from Make-in-India for ventilators. In this scenario, it was proposed to develop a low-cost smart ventilator using IoT to improve better monitoring, management, reduce the workforce and social distancing of people. Considering the present need of large number of ventilators and the problems associated with the current type of ventilators, it is proposed to develop a smart ventilator which is IoT based enabling remote monitoring.

Advantages of Smart ventilators :

To support breathing ailments caused to the patients.

  • Remote monitoring.
  • Real-time sensor data logging.
  • Avoids patient from suffocation.
  • Pressure flow control mechanism.
  • Avoids air-borne transmission.
  • Less requirement of staff nurses/doctors for continuous monitoring.

Team Members

  • S. Sumathi (Mentor)
  • Aravindakshan (Student) Ms. Shalini Kannan (Student) Ms. Anupriya E (Student) Ms. Sripriya V (Student) Ms. Priya K (Student) Mr. Ajay T (Student) Mr. Joybe J Mathew (Student) Mr. Ravi Rajan (Student)

Collaborators

NIT Trichy

MIT Square, Bangalore

Funding received 70,000 INR

Funding :  Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) / Siemen’s COE, NIT Trichy

Under the scheme of COVID-19 Research at NITs & IIEST, Shibpur, MHRD.

Project Link :

http://nitcouncil.org.in/covid19/1587800592-IoT-based-Smart-Ventilator-Durai-Siemens_CoE.pdf

The current diagnostic methods used for CoVID-19 detection such as RT-PCR requires high sterile environment, more technically skilled persons and it takes long time for producing the results. The data cannot be stored automatically as well, which is extremely difficult to keep a track of all the information. The current test kits do not produce quick and accurate results. There are many fake products in the market too which is another case of virus spreading further rapidly. Also, during any epidemic or pandemic related to the spread of virus, it becomes extremely difficult for the health workers to carry multiple equipment such as rapid virus test kits, IR thermometers and pulse oximeters. There is a pressing need for portable single equipment which can record all the patient data automatically.

Here we integrate virus test kit, IR thermometer and pulse oximeter using the latest IoT technology, cloud technology and Web/Mobile application.Our product mainly focuses on the integration of all the sensors and producing the values in the same kit and all the data will be captured and stored in the cloud.The test kit includes sample pad, PR sensor, nitrocellulose membrane,absorption pad and infrared sensors.We use Surface Plasmon Resonance which increases the efficiency of antigen monitoring and helps in producing quick results in less than 15 minutes.The test results can be obtained precursor to the throat swab technique and the presence of antigen is detected quickly when compared to all available techniques that are used in hospitals currently.
Team Members

  • S. Sumathi  (Mentor)
  • S,Ranjana.R,KhyathiPriya.K  (Students)

Collaborators

  • Siemen’s COE, NIT Trichy
  • MIT Square, Bangalore

Funding received 10,000 INR

Funding : Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) / Siemen’s COE, NIT Trichy

Corona Virus (COVID 19) disease is an infectious disease that causes fluid to enter the lungs, making it harder to breathe and causing the body’s oxygen levels to drop. The Corona virus can enter our body through eyes, nose and mouth. Thereby it is strictly recommended to close our nose, mouth and eyes whenever stepping into public places. We are in a situation of buying of face protective mask, gloves etc. for our personal safety. Protective measures can be taken by wearing protective facemask. Facemask helps in preventing the entry of foreign particles into our body.
Our product is comfortable to wear, non-sticky to the skin and portable. This product can be used any time we want (reusable). It can be customized (for children or old people).Soft and Comfort used by all age of people. It is a facial Fit facemask that can be used for everyone. It has soft inner face-seal ring. It also provides secure face-fit by having a adjustable straps for a good fit. This mask is also a transparent one where communication is made easy for the people. There is a pressing need to protect the complete head and face. Especially for frontline healthcare workers & defense workers. Based on our research, polypropylene is a transparent thermoplastic that can protect from any hazards and allows individuals to see and interact safely with other individuals. We will reach out to many hospitals, police forces and grocery store shopkeepers and general public.

Team Members

  • S. Sumathi  (Mentor)
  • Aravindakshan G A, Ajay T,PriyaK,.JoybeJMathew(Students)

Collaborators

  • Raj Square Charity Foundation
  • The face masks were distributed to the poor people for free by Raj Square CharityFoundation.

Project Link :https://youtu.be/sX1ikchqqms

In the view of the rapid widespread of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need to focus on personal hygiene and community consciousness. Due to this, there is a high risk of the COVID virus transmitting through manual use of sanitizers in public places. The spread is primarily through droplets generated by coughing, sneezing or nasal discharge. For instance, when an infected person touches the manual sanitiser, there is a high probability of viruses being transmitted to other healthy individuals Hence personal hygiene and protection is paramount. This can be achieved by automating hand sanitizer (touch-free), where there would be no need of manual touch. Solution: Considering personal hygiene and protection, we propose an automatic solution using IoT technology to address the community problem. The automatic hand sanitizer works, using an ultrasonic sensor to check the presence of hands below the outlet of the sanitizer machine. It will continuously calculate the distance between the sanitizer outlet and itself and tells the Arduino to turn on the pump whenever the distance is less than 15cm to push the sanitizer out. It controls the Mini DC Submersible Pump detecting the movement of the hand with the help of an ultrasonic sensor and pumps the sanitizer, displaying “wash hands and be safe” through the LCD.

Team Members

Dr. S. Sumathi (Mentor)Srivarshan, Sathish G, Santhosh V, Deepak S (Students)

Project Link :  https://youtu.be/MHBmVVY5AWA

4.INFI COR X - AUTOMATIC TOUCH FREE HAND SANITIZER
COR X Analyzer is a COVID Analyzing system that helps in detecting and predicting COVID-19 with X-ray images. As you all know, COVID-19 or Corona Virus Disease 2019 originates from large family of coronaviruses like SARS MERS. It started at a small scale in the Wuhan province China and is now a global pandemic which plagues most part of the earth. Nearly 9.3M people worldwide are affected and most of the cases are not recorded as there is no efficient way or technology to identify the virus.

During these epidemic or pandemic related to virus outbreak, it is very important to look into patient X-ray report to confirm/re-confirm on the results. The COR X Analyzer is a tool that suffices the need of doctors in detecting corona cases. All the patient X-ray images will be analyzed automatically and help in detecting and predicting COVID-19. With a dataset of corona +ve and corona –ve X-ray images, a Keras deep learning model is trained and built to predict if a patient is affected by corona. Transfer learning techniques with VGG16 pre-trained model are used. The model generated proves to have high validation accuracy and low validation loss. Using Flask API, this model is deployed in a cloud platform for use by clinical doctors to help in diagnosis. Later, this application can be improved to analyze a batch of images at once. Also it can be used to detect other diseases like pneumonia, tuberculosis and other lung-related diseases.

Team Members

Dr. S. Sumathi  (Mentor)

S S RISHI KANTHAN, S VISHAL (Students)

Project Link : https://youtu.be/u-bw8SZFfLs

Vishal S, Prashanth R, Revanya Devi M and Jayachandran R, students of ECE department quickly understood the importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered educational platform to improve the quality of education during pandemic and other times. The application is in full swing and it mentored by the lecturers Dr Sumathi S & Mr Jayachandran with the industrial mentor, Dr Mithileysh of MIT Square.

The AI-powered E-learning methods will help students to dynamically interact with faculty and peers and clarify their queries while studying. In addition, the tool will help in personalizing education which helps in assessing students’ skills/talents and evaluate their performance. The Sairam Digital Classroom will have a student friendly AI-powered chatbot and Learning Management System (LMS) that provides students with the resources they need on any topic and solves their problems.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihfQ1G02d5c

  • T. Naveen Kumarof IV – Cand M. Varenya of IV – E bagged the II PRIZE in the IETE Student Day Celebration – 2019 at Jeppiar Mamallan Engineering College, Chennai.

  • K. Ashwinn, J. Thilak Chander, S. Veera Prakashof IV – Cand R. Soorya of III – B bagged the I PRIZE in the event DE-XPO – PROJECT PRESENTATION organized by SASTRA University from 22.02.2019 to 24.02.2019

  • S. Gayathri of II – Cwon the BEST INTERN AWARD among 100+ participants with her outstanding performance at Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Internship program from 5th to 12th December 2018, organized by ExpertsHub – Industry Skill Development Center at St. Peter’s Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai.

 

  • S. Kavya ofIII – C bagged the 2ndRUNNER – UP position as the Student Innovator of the Year in the Automatic Ticket Delivery System category at Indian Automotive Technology and Innovation Awards (IATIA) for the year 2018 on   21st December, 2018 at New Delhi. She has received a cash award of Rs. 20,000/- from Auto Tech Review and 150 Euros worth gift vouchers from Springer.

  • T. Naveen Kumarof IV – Cand R. Dhianeswar of III – A presented a paper titled Enhanced Ambulance Service using Transmitter and Receiver” in the 3rd International Conference on Communication and Information Systems (ICCIS 2018), at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore from 28.12.2018 to 30.12.2018.

  • Unnamalaiof III – Ebagged the Sparkling Star Award of PALS 2018-19, for her creditable performance in PALS events on 16.03.2019 conducted at IIT Madras

IETE AWARD

  • Pavithra(IV A)of 2014-2018 Batch has bagged the 2nd Prize in Project Presentation for her project titled “IoT Based Smart Refrigerator” in the 64th IETE Foundation Day Celebrations on 28th November 2017.

  • Parimala (IV-C) has bagged the 3rdPrize in Project Presentation for her project titled “An Aotomated Plant Disease Detector” in the 64th IETE Foundation Day Celebrations on 28th November 2017

MAKE-A-THON 2.0

  • K. Aravind, N. Arunachalam, J. Jithin Krishna & N. Rakesh (II Yr) bagged the Runners-up award with a prize amount of Rs. 4,000/- organized by LEMA Labs.

SALESFORCE AWARD

  • Pandiyarajan (II–D)& M. Mullai Bharathi (II-B) bagged the 2ndand 3rd place respectively for the event “New India Student Championship 2018 – The Largest Learnathon of India” organized by ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu in association with Salesforce Trailhead in Sri Sairam Engineering College on 2nd & 3rd February 2018.

 YOUTH EXCHANGE PROGRAM

  • Pradeep Kumar of III – B has participated in the “India-Sri Lanka Youth Exchange – 2017” organized by Audacious Dreams Foundation, India in association with National Youth Services Council (NYSC), Ministry of National Policies and Economic Affairs, Govt. of Sri Lanka with the theme “Global Understanding for Sustainable Development” from 28thto 5thSeptember 2017 held at Sri Lanka.

NATIONAL SOLAR VEHICLE CHALLENGE (NSVC)

  • Akshaiya (III-D), K. Ashwinn (III–C). R. P. Kaviya Varshini (III-B) of team SOLARIS INDIA represented Sri Sairam Engineering College and secured 8thPosition in the Dynamic round of NSVC 2017-18 organized by Dynamist Motorsports Private Ltd. at Gujarat from 18thto 22nd March 2018.

ELECTRIC SOLAR VEHICLE CHAMPIONSHIP (ESVC)

  • M. Akshaiya (III-D), K. Ashwinn (III–C), R. P. Kaviya Varshini (III-B of team SOLARIS INDIA, Sri Sairam Engineering College has participated in the finalround of Asia’s Biggest Solar Car Event – 5thElectric Solar Vehicle Championship – ESVC (Recommended by Ministry of New & Renewable Energy – MNRE, Govt. of India) organized by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers – ISIEINDIA & Sri Vishnu Engineering College for Women, Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh from 27th March to 2nd April 2018.

SAURYA URJA VEHICLE CHAMPIONSHIP (SUVC – 2018)

  • K. Ashwinn (III–C) of team SOLARIS INDIA, Sri Sairam Engineering College has participated in SAURYA URJA VEHICLE CHAMPIONSHIP (SUVC – 2018) conducted by RSTE Society at Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh from 26.05.2018 to 30.05.2018.
  • M. Akshaiya (III-D), R. P. Kaviya Varshini (III-B) of team ARWIRIS, Sri Sairam Engineering College has participated in SAURYA URJA VEHICLE CHAMPIONSHIP (SUVC – 2018) conducted by RSTE Society at Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh from 26.05.2018 to 30.05.2018.

SMART INDIA HACKATHON

  • M. Akshaiya (III-D), M. S. Akshaya (III – C) has participated in the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon, 2018 – Software Edition on 30.03.2018 & 31.03.2018.

EXCELLENCE AWARDS

  • Jebacyril of II – A, G.M. Rashmitha of III – A andG. Ramya of IV – A has received the Shri Dewang Mehta Excellence Awards – 2017 for their excellence in academics on 22nd February 2017.

TNSCST AWARD

  • Ramya, S. Renuga andN. Sandhya of IV – A has been certified by Tamilnadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST) for successfully completing the project titled “Power Generation from Wind Energy using Array of Tiny Generators” inthe sector ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES under STUDENT PROJECTS SCHEME sponsored by the Council during the academic year 2016-17.

ISTE CHAPTER STUDENT AWARD

  • Vaishali V.Kumar of IV – Dbagged the ISTE chapter student award for the year 2015. She has received this award for her overall performance in academic, extracurricular and involvement in ISTE Chapter activities in the 15th ISTE TN&P section Annual Convention for Engineering Students on 13th February 2016.