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IIT Kanpur
Campus Activity
May 2009-2011
Nakul Gupta, Dr. Navid Hussain – Boeing India (2009-2010)
Abhishek Mitra, Dr. Omprakash- Boeing India (2010-2011)
Prof. Shantanu Bhattacharya – IIT Kanpur
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The Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT)
May, 2009
 IITs are the premier group of 7
engineering and technology
institutes established as Institutes of
National Importance by the
Government of India
 8 new IITs have recently been
established
 Each IIT is an autonomous university,
linked to the others through a
common IIT Council, which oversees
their administration.
 About 15,500 bachelors and 12,000
masters students study in the 7 IITs,
in addition to research scholars
Organization
VISITOR
IIT Council
The President of India
•Minister-in-charge
•IIT Chairmen & Directors
•UGC Chairman
•DG CSIR
•IISc Chairman & Director
•3 Members of Parliament
•Ministry of Human Resources
•Other Appointees
Board of Governors
Director
for each of the IITs
Dept of Aerospace
Engineering
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IIT Kanpur – key programs
May, 2009
Institution
Capacity
4000
Engineering CapabilitiesName programs
Aerospace Engineering
IT Capabilities-Name
programs
Manufacturing
Capabilities-Name
programs
Scientific Computing (M. Sc) Masters in Design
Business
Capabilities-Name
programs
Other - please explain
MBA in Industrial and
Physics (M. Sc)
Management Engineering
Biological Sciences and BioEngineering
Chemistry (M. Sc)
Chemical Engineering
Mathematics (M. Sc)
Civil Engineering
Statistics (M. Sc)
Computer Science & Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Materials and Metallurgical
Engineering
Industrial & Management Engineering
(M.Tech)
Nuclear Engineering and Technology
(M. Tech)
Laser Technology (M. Tech)
Note: In all disciplines mentioned, bachelors, masters and Ph D programs are
offered
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IIT Kanpur
Mission and Strategy
May, 2009
Mission
The Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur has a mission to achieve a high level of
excellence in research as well as post-graduate education without sacrificing the leading
position established by the institute in the field of undergraduate education.
Strategy
1.
The institute commits to transform the complexion of the postgraduate education by enhancing
research and presentation events by continuous funding through increased assistantships or
research funding.
2.
The institute commits to improve the undergraduate education by making the curriculum for the
students more flexible and research oriented so that they are able to feel motivated to acquire
skills, learn principles and imbibe a spirit of innovation.
3.
The institute recognizes the sponsored research activity as an important and integral part of the
academic activity. The focus areas for this program are classified as energy, materials, sensors,
manufacturing, communication, computing and disaster mitigation.
4.
IIT-Kanpur during its evolution process from a UG-centric vision to a broader vision of research
and education, it is necessary to consider the reorganization of different departments and
clubbing departments into schools.
5.
IIT-Kanpur wishes to make its students N-dimensional. This includes bringing in new activities
which would bring diversity in the already existing curriculum and extra curricular activities.
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2009-2011 Goals / Actions
May, 2009
Incentivize students and provide hands on exposure / awareness to choose
Aerospace Engineering as a career goal through:

Scholarships based on Student design project/ Autonomous Vehicle Project
initiated.

Technical event / information session sponsorship (Techkriti Funding done for
2009-10 and 2010-11)

Boeing Externship program
(2009-10: 6 positions; 3 at Infotech Hyderabad and 3 at TCS Chennai)
(2010-11: 6 Positions; All 6 at Infotech Hyderabad)
 Post Graduate Research Funding (2010-2011: Peristaltic Micropumps)
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Student Design Program
Boeing Autonomous Vehicle Project
May, 2009
Body Engineering Phase 1
May, 2009
Structure Evolution
3 Stage packaging
Good stability
Turn in minimum space
Basic Tracked structure
Space problem
Improved Light Tracks and
structure
Compact and light weight
Front flippers ensured better
performance in rough terrains
Aesthetics improved
Body Engineering Phase 2
May, 2009
6 wheeled drive with 2 DOF in
each wheel
Advantages
Robust Suspension system
capable of very rough terrains
Reasons for
structure change
1)Power
consumption
2)Vibration
3)Speed
Problem
Incapable of handling Abhyast
weight requirements
Off the shelf Wild
Thumper chassis
Current Status
1) Simple 4
wheeled layered
structure
2) Vibration and
Power problems
solved
3) Aesthetics to be
improved
ELECTRONICS
May, 2009
Hand Soldered Circuit Boards were replaced by
much durable and reliable Printed Circuit
Boards (PCBS)
•No hanging wires
•Aesthetically good
•No loose connections
New PCB Top View
A Basic Architecture
May, 2009
OBC
(On Board Computer)
USB Hub
Microcontroller
Unit
(to drive motors)
Motor Controllers
Compass
Unit
(direction sensing)
GPS
Unit
(Global Positioning)
Laser Scanner
(obstacle avoidance
and path planning)
Abhyast Navigation
May, 2009
Phase 1
Obstacle avoidance with the help of Laser scanner
GPS Navigation-GPS navigation tested
independently
IMU GPS integration tried to achieve self
localization
Major Problem-Compass unreliable due to high
vibration
Low cost IMU suffering with high noise
Phase 2 Navigation Improvements
Obstacle avoidance with directional navigation
Improved time-complexity
Major algorithm improvements to achieve
reliable real time navigation
SWARM Robots and
Intercommunication
May, 2009
Aim- To develop simple robots(Slave Robots) which
can interact with Abhyast(Master) and carry out gas
detection
Based on the philosophy that desired collectively behaviour
emerges from the interactions between the robots and
interaction of robots with the environment
3 Robots-1 master 2 Slave
Intercommunication, Slave localization and
Gas detection achieved
Slave architecture
Gas sensors [Hanwei Electronics CO.,LTD]
Wireless communication module
Proximity sensors
Optical Encoders
Components
Achievements from the Post Graduate Program
A novel micro-pump design based on peristalsis with chambers in the shape of streamlines
1. Experimental
May, 2009 set up:
Fig 1: Schematic of the
experimental set up
3.Simulation result:
Showing moving particles in form of
stream lines
Figure 3: Showing height difference (a) at t=0
(b) at t=15 sec.
At P=10
psi
Figure 6: Showing Path lines with different velocity (performed on FLUENT 5)
Figure 2: Schematic showing the (a) layer
containing the micro-fluidic channel (30mm
×200µm ×100 µm )
(b) layer containing the air blister ‘s
dimension (2 mm × 200µm ×100µm)
(c) complete assembly of micropump
2. Flow rate calculation :
Figure 4:Flow rate vs. frequency
At frequency 3
hertz
Flow calculation is done based on
height difference of fluid in polymer
tubing in a certain time interval.
Figure 7: Optimized profile of microfluidic channel’s dimension (30mm
length ×100 µm depth)
4. Actual Working set up
5. Movie: showing fluid movement in capillary(Hype link)
Figure 5: Flow rate vs pressure
Current research Programs and funding
agencies for PG Students in my Laboratory
May, 2009
 Funding Agency Name: Department of Biotechnology
 Project Name:
 Funding Agency Name: National Program of Material and Smart Structure (ADA)
 Project Name:
 Funding Agency Name: National Program of Material and Smart Structure (ADA)
 Project Name:
 Funding Agency Name: National Program of Material and Smart Structure (ADA)
 Project Name:
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Achievements from Externship Program
May, 2009
No. of students applying for the program in 20092010: 08 (Announcements came in April 2010)
No. of student selected in 2009-10 :06
No. of students applying for the program in 20102011: 11 (Announcements came in February
2011)
No. of student to be selected in 2010-11 :06
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