The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at GIET University wishes to create an environment in which students are prepared to meet the challenges of the modern industrial workplace. They are equipped with key skills like analytical and practical skills, equipment design skill, and so on.
The department wants to be at the forefront of research, development and innovation not just in the field of electronics and communication, but also in other interdisciplinary fields. To attain this goal; the curriculum is updated periodically, the focus is on effective teaching and learning process, the department also takes pride in providing state-of-the-art laboratory and equipment facilities, and tie-ups with major industries.
The department has four major thrust areas:
Communication and Signal Processing
Communication and Signal Processing are the technology behind our connected digital lives. Electronics and Communication engineers apply their knowledge to economically design communication networks. Signal Processing is an enabling technology that encompasses the fundamental theory, applications, algorithms, and implementations of information processing. The various examples of communication and signal processing technologies are Big Data, wireless network, machine learning, speech recognition, data security, wearable technology, medical imaging and so on.
Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) refers to an integrated circuit technology with numerous devices on a single chip. The remarkable growth of the electronics industry is due to the advances in large scale integration technologies.
Today’s technological advances in the form of smartphones, cellular communications afford unprecedented portability, processing power, and application access due to VLSI technology.
Current research work on VLSI technology covers important areas like the high-tech industry-standard advanced HDL based Chip Design Methodology, functional simulation, logic synthesis and schematic generation and so on.
In today’s world, information and communication technology play a crucial role in our everyday lives. Based on the advancement and mode of technology, telecommunication is categorised as:
Photonics is the physical science of light waves. It deals with the science behind the generation, detection and manipulation of light.
Photonic devices are used by everyone today. LEDs, laser diodes are used in almost applications nowadays. Products that use photonics include lasers, optics, fibre optics, imaging and the list continues. They are popular because of a variety of reasons, the primary ones being, they are cheap, lightweight, and have a relatively long lifespan.
Effective design of photonics devices requires the use of specialised software tools and the use of simulation tools that photonic engineers design.
All the faculty members and students of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering are associated with at least one of the research areas. These groups independently plan and make significant progress in their own areas of learning and research. The department is dedicated to preparing students who can meet the requirements of this competitive and rapidly evolving sector of engineering.Back to All Research Page