To promote and support research and innovation based projects amongst undergraduate students, IIT Indore has started a new scheme through which it supports:
The scheme is applicable for undergraduate students enrolled at IIT Indore and a part of the PRIUS project must be carried out at IIT Indore. For the implementation of this scheme, the student who wishes to pursue an undergraduate research project must identify a faculty supervisor from IIT Indore. PRIUS undergraduate projects should typically run for a period of at least six months and it is to be understood that these projects will not in any way come in the way of the student's regular academic obligations and requirements for fulfilling the requirements for the award of degree. Undergraduate students identified to utilize this opportunity must finish their work before the end of final semester of the coursework.
Some of the completed and ongoing PRIUS projects carried out by undergraduate students of IIT Indore are listed below:
List of Publications in International Journals/Conferences from PRIUS funding for undergraduate students:
Publication in International Conference (In Press):
Dr. Gourinath Banda, Chaitanya BK and Harsh M., An IoT Protocol and Framework for OEMs to make IoT-enabled devices forward compatible, SIGNAL IMAGE TECHNOLOGY & INTERNET BASED SYSTEMS, 2015
Publication in International Conference:
Himanshu Singh, Pratik Juikar, Failure Diagnosis & Reliability Assessment of NiTi Shape Memory Alloy Spring for Micro–Actuators, Proc of International Conference on Robotics, Automation, Control and Embedded Systems – RACE 2015, At Hindustan University Chennai, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP15A39-POD , ISBN: 978-1-4799-7077-3
Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, funded Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (IEDC) has been setup at IIT Indore in 2014 with the aim of nurturing and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship culture. The Centre has supported on-campus student activities through Student Entrepreneurship Support Cell (SESC) and supports student entrepreneurial ideas.
The mission and vision of IEDC is to bring in more proactive members: who will be “creators” rather than “producers”, who will challenge the usual, and conquer the so called impossible, encouraging IIT Indore students and wider community towards entrepreneurship with focus on job creation, and to have a self-sustaining incubation centre and generate endowment funds for the Institute. Some highlights include runners up trophy in National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) E-Week 2015 challenge for Central Region (including Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh), 2nd position in National Entrepreneurship Challenge organized by IIT Bombay in January, 2014, 1st IIT Indore on-campus start-up launched in February 2014, and 2nd on-campus start-up launched in February, 2015, Best Debutant Award from E-Week 2014 by NEN in March 2014.
In the first year itself, the entrepreneurial ideas supported by the centre have generated IP filings and have received several awards. The advisory board of IEDC includes representatives from DST, MSME, SIDBI, SBI, RRCAT, IIM Indore, NEN, IIT Indore and entrepreneurs. IEDC has been able to attract VCs willing to invest up to Rs. 1 Crore, and with IIM Indore the Centre is organizing i5summit, the largest entrepreneurial summit in central India.
More details on IEDC can be explored at http://www.sesc.in/
Incubation centre has been successful in setting following start-ups:-
Esmartify Pvt. Ltd. on Internet of Things
Swaaha Resource Mgt. Pvt. Ltd. on Waste Management
Chota Hospital on helathcare IT (commencing soon)
IIT Indore has organized several Continuing Education Programmes (CEPs) and Short Courses for working professionals in industry, institutions and universities across India, to enable them to update their knowledge and skills, and also to train them in state-of-the-art facilities. The details of CEPs organized at IIT Indore are listed below:
|1||19-23 November'2012||Advances in Gear Engineering|
|2||22-23 February'2013||Workshop on Modern Spectroscopic Techniques|
|3||06-07.07.2013||Workshop on Modern Spectroscopic Techniques|
|4||06-07.07.2013||Short Term Course on Introduction to Research|
|5||15-19.07.2013||Short Term Course on Mechatronics & Robotics|
|6||17-19 October'2013||Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: From concepts to applications|
|7||06-07- March '2014||Molecular Charecterization Techniques|
|8||21-23 March, 2014||Bearing & Gear Fault Diagnosis|
|9||11-12 July 2014||Scientific Writing|
|10||30-31 May, 2014||CEP on Measurement Techniques in Thermal Engineering: Recent Advances|
|11||23-25 June, 2014||Nanoscale Science and Engineering|
|12||12-14 May, 2014||Applied Econometrics|
|13||7-11 July, 2014||Metatronics, MEMS and Micro-Fabrication|
|14||20-22 March 2015||CEP on Flow Cytometry Master Training|
|15||12-13, December 2014||Scientific Communication|
|16||6-10 July 2015||CEP Mechatronics,MSME & Mirco-Fabrication 2|
|17||30-31 May 2015||CEP Signal and Image Processing|
|18||10-11, December 2015||Recent Advances in Network & Cloud Security|
|19||21-23, December 2015||Condition Monitoring of Rotation Mahine Elements|
|20||27-28 June' 2016||Condition Monitoring of Mechanical Systems using advanced signal processing|
|21||19-23, December 2016||Metatronics, MEMS and Micro-Fabrication|
|22||March 6-7, 2017||Condition Monitoring of Mechanical Systems using advanced signal processing|
|23||15-26 May' 2017||Spacecraft and Payload Pointing and Control.|
|24||11-14 December' 2017||Differential Equations: Theory, Computation and Applications|
|25||8-10 March' 2018||Information Communication Technologies (ICT): Concepts, Implementations and Prospects|
|26||8-10 March' 2018||Recent Advances in Geotechnical and Structural Engineering|
|27||6-10 March' 2018||Autonomous Mobile Robots|
|28||10-11 March' 2018||Advanced Signal Processing Techniques for Fault Detection of Mechanical and Electrical Systems|
|29||17-19 May' 2018||Advanced Biological and Chemical Understanding of Disease Diagnostics and Therapeutics|
IIT Indore promotes innovations and facilitates protection of Intellectual Property (IP) of its faculty, other employees and students. While a formal framework to guide the implementation is an evolving process, IIT Indore has a set of empanelled patent attorneys to help the innovator at IIT Indore in the process of successful filling of the patent application. Parties engaged in creations of original and innovative work at IIT Indore include undergraduate and postgraduate students, and faculty members. In the short span of nine years, the institute has filed 36 Indian patent applications and many more are at the filing stage.
|1||Design Space Exploration System and Method Thereof Using a Bacterial Foraging Optimization Mechanism|
|2||Method and System for Automatic Fault Recovery and True Output Extraction during High Level Synthesis|
|3||Design Space Exploration of Optimal k-Cycle Transient Fault Tolerant Data path based on Multi-Objective Power-Performance Tradeoff|
|4||Improved Schedule Delay Estimation Process for Data path during High Level Synthesis of Application Specific Processors|
|5||Design Space Exploration of Optimal Kc-‐Cycle Transient Fault Secured Data-path System with Intelligent Cut Insertion|
|6||Design Space Exploration Of An Optimized Hardware Trojan Detectable/Secured Data path During High Level Synthesis|
|7||Awaaz: Voice for the Vocally Challenged using Sign Language Gesture Recognition and Leap Motion 3D Infrared Camera, System and Method for Sign Language Gesture Recognition|
|8||System and method for emergency services|
|9||A Multi-Frequency Based Transceiver|
|10||Method and Apparatus for Recording, Archiving, Media Management and Playing back of a Telephone Call|
|11||Efficient Liquid Distributor Design for Vertical Falling film Tower|
|12||Achieving super subthreshold swing (< 1 mY/decade) in multiple gate junctionless MOSFET through engineering the back gate position|
|13||P-N Tuned Differential 8T Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) Cell|
|14||Method Device and Apparatus for Managing Phone/Device Profile based on an event|
|15||Embedding Watermark based on Multi-Variable Signature Encoding at Behavior Level for Reusable IP Core Protection|
|16||2PRP-PRR Planar Parallel Mechanism|
|17||A Passive Parallel Sitting/Lying type Lower Limb Rehabilitation Robot with Leg Orthoses|
|18||Improved Performance of DG-TFET with Lateral Asymmetric Channel (LAC) Doping Profile an UnderLap (UL) Feature/High Performance double gate tunnel field effect transistor for low power applications.|
|19||Method And System For Providing Smart Communications For Distributed Operations Planning in an Industrial Network|
|20||Thermo-Mechanical Test Bench for reliability estimation of Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) Springs|
|21||Multiple Gate Tunneling Field Effect Transistor for Capacitorless Dynamic Random Access Memory Applications|
|22||Low cost identification of road congestion for traffic management|
|23||System, Method and Apparatus for Low Complexity Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) receiver for mixed Constellation|
|24||A Six Degree Of Freedom Parallel Manipulator In RPRS Configuration|
|25||Dual Ion Beam Sputtered cost-effective and non-volatile resistive memory devices|
|26||An Ultra-Low Power, read decoupled-differential write, 10T SRAM cell with larger read/write noise margin|
|27||Offset Compensated Data Sensing Technique for Low Energy Embedded SRAM|
|28||Method and Apparatus for low complexity Natural Gradient based OFDM Channel Estimator|
|29||Read Recharge (RCC) based process variation tolerant 10T SRAM Cell|
|30||Method and Apparatus for Embedded Systems based Intervention for Energy Conservation/ System And Method For Electrical Energy Conservation|
|31||Low leakage-high stability differential positive feedback controlled 10T (DPFC10T) SRAM cell|
|32||Achieving high concentration of two-dimensional electron gas in capped Zno based heterostructure for electron mobility transistor|
|33||Design and Development shape memory alloy actuated smart cervical neck collar|
|34||High two-dimensional electron gas density in heterostructure of ternary/Quaternary compounds based on Zinc Oxide material|
|35||Design and Development of stationary/moving surfaces for impingement jet cooling|
|36||Method And Apparatus For Detection Of Active Taps Location In OFDM System|
Interested parties may kindly contact to:
Dy. Registrar (R&D),
Mail id: drrnd [at] iiti.ac.in
Ph.: 07324 - 306951
The research and development section facilitates the submission of sponsored research projects by faculty members to various funding organizations such as Department of Science and Technology (DST), Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), and many more.
In the short span of five years, IIT Indore has secured 77 externally funded sponsored research projects, focusing on pure and applied research, from different government agencies such as CSIR, DST, DAE-BRNS, etc. The research funding is projected to be around Rs. 22 Crore. These projects form the basis of research work of over 350 postgraduate and PhD scholars in the institute and many collaborations with industrial and national/international universities.
For more details on the completed and ongoing sponsored research projects please visit the Project Portal.
In order to foster strong links with industry for collaborative research, technology transfer, and specialized human resource development, consultancy services are offered to industrial partners, government organizations, and other agencies in niche areas of expertise available within the institute. Consultancy and related services offered at IIT Indore are classified into two categories:
Some of the ongoing and finished consultancy projects at IIT Indore are listed below:
IIT Indore has organized several conferences workshops and seminars at national and international levels to facilitate interaction and sharing of the latest results and findings in various specialized areas. Such events also act as an interface between industry, academia and government organizations and promote exchange of ideas. Research scholars gain much needed exposure through these events which are critical to their educational experience and preparing for the future research endeavors.
Some of the conferences and workshops organized by IIT Indore are listed below:
|S. No.||Name||National / International||Financial Year|
|2||2nd International con IRAM 2013||International||2013-14|
|3||( International Symposium ) ISCACG 2013||International||2013-14|
|4||Flow Cytomtery, 'FACS Master Training Workshop'||National||2014-15|
|5||8th International Undergraduate Research Symposium (IURS)||International||2014-15|
|6||Workshop on Scientific Communication||National||2014-15|
|7||Laboratory Health and Safety Workshop||National||2014-15|
|8||Workshop on Scholarly Publishing||National||2015-16|
|9||Nature Inspired Optimization Techniques & There Applications||National||2016-17|
|10||Frontiers of Organometallic Chemistry||International||2016-17|
|11||International conference on Computational Modelling of Molecules and Materials CM3 2016||International||2016-17|
|12||International Symposium on Computational Mathematics, Optimization, and Computational Intelligence (CMOCI 2017)||International||2017-18|
|13||International Workshop on Laser Additive Manufacturing & Surface Processing||International||2017-18|
|14||International Workshop on Advanced Nanoscience and Engineering||International||2017-18|
|15||International Workshop on Machine Intelligence and Signal Processing||International||2017-18|
|16||1st UK-India DST-UKIERI Workshop on 5G and beyond Wireless Networks||International||2017-18|
|17||International Symposium on Emerging Areas in Bio-sciences and Biomedical Technologies (eBBT 2018)||International||2017-18|
|18||International Symposium on Water: Resources, Challenges & Sustainability||International||2017-18|
|19||International conference on Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing (ICMMSC - 2018)||International||2018-19|
|20||International Conference on Computational Mathematics in Nanoelectronics and Astrophysics (CMNA-2018)||International||2018-19|
|21||12 th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Network & Telecommunication Systems (ANTS) during Dec 16-19, 2018 at IIT INDORE||International||2018-19|
|22||Multi Wave length Sky observations- Astro sat and beyond||National||2018-19|
|23||Multi Wave length Sky observations- Astro sat and beyond||National||2018-20|
Research and Development (R & D) section facilitates the recruitment of Scientists, Postdoctoral Fellows and Junior/Senior Research Fellows under externally funded sponsored research projects from different funding agencies. The scientists working at IIT Indore are Ramanujan and Ramalingaswami Fellows, Inspire Faculty awardees, along with those from the Women Scientist scheme of Government of India. These scientists are provided facilities similar to a faculty members of the Institute.
The institute has a provision of recruiting postdoctoral fellows within each discipline/centre/school. Also junior/senior research fellows are recruited through funding of various sponsored projects.
As research work is an integral and very significant part of the doctoral research work, the selection of PhD scholars carried out by each discipline/centre/school is routed through R & D section.
Research and Development (R & D) section facilitates the signing of MoU related to research activities with different organizations on topics of mutual interests.
IIT Indore has signed National & International MoU’s with the following organizations/universities/institutes:
Open Day provides an opportunity to the prospective PhD candidates to take a tour of the research and teaching facilities at IIT Indore. Open Day is mainly catered for students in the final year of their degree courses and wishing to pursue Ph.D. or M.Sc./M.Tech. at IIT Indore.
First Open Day of IIT Indore was organized on March 28, 2015. Many prospective PhD students and researchers used this opportunity and interacted directly with the research scholars, postdoctoral fellows and faculty members. They also visited the state-of-the-art research facilities and enquired about residential and other facilities at IIT Indore.
IIT Indore hosted undergraduate students from Assam University, Silchar, under the Ishan Vikas Programme for about two months in the summer of 2015. The students were given lectures by experts in different specialized topics and they interacted with students and faculty members. Students also explored the cultural heritage and historic areas in and around Indore.
IIT Indore hosted a familiarization meeting of engineering students from Kashmir valley at its PACL campus in July 2015 as part of Operation-Sadbhavna XVIII organized by the Indian Army. The session included interaction between students from different engineering colleges in Kashmir valley and faculty members in engineering disciplines of the institute.
List of publications as a result of collaboration with foreign research groups
|Imaging the first billion years of the universe with next Generation telescopes||2018-19|
|Structured Illumination for Turbid and Turbulent Envirinments||2018-19|
|Atomistic Modelling of Pt-Nanocluster Based Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cell Applications||2018-19|
|Edge Caching for High Capacity Wireless networks exploiting Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning||2018-19|
|6G Connectivity for sustainable Development Targeted at Rural And Remote Communities||2018-19|
|A Digital Narratology of Technology as Literary Actors and Artefacts of Settings in Indian English Novels||2018-19|
|Digital Forensic Knowledge Integration And Intelligence (DIREKT-Intel)||2018-19|
|Pilot survey of CMB polarized foregrounds using a Single Dish||2018-19|