IIT Ropar: An Exciting Journey of Five Years

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IIT Ropar: An Exciting Journey of
Five Years
2009-2014
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Some Highlights of IIT Ropar
• Faculty and Students
• Research Excellence
• Research with utilitarian value for masses
• Placement of Students
• Governance
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Student Intake
Ph.D Students
UG Students
140
120
120
120
120
120
120
100
80
60
40
20
10
19
23
23
29
0
2009-10
UG students: 467
Ph. D students: 90+
Faculty to student ratio
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
B. Tech. 1 : 7.4
Ph. D. 1 : 1.1-2.4
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Faculty Strength
80
69
70
63
60
50
46
49
40
40
30
20
13
10
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Present faculty strength is 69 + 4
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Research Excellence
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Publications in Peer-reviewed Journals
(Scopus)
No. of Patents:
Granted : 02
Filed: 10
A total of 377 publications in peer-reviewed journals (August 2014,
Scopus).
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Times Ranking of Institutions based on Citation data
World
Ranking
1
Institution
No. of
Average no. of
publication in Total number
H- Index citations/
Engineering or in of citations
paper
EE
4000
131925
145
32.98
4
Cal Tech, USA
Stanford (EE and
Electronics), USA
6162
218237
190
35.42
5
MIT (EE), USA
6277
215848
193
34.39
7
University of Cambridge,UK
2854
52399
90
18.36
23
Tokyo University(EE) Japan
4138
47912
80
11.58
26
National University of
Singapore ((EE)
5299
65843
90
12.43
351-400
IIT Kanpur
7916
74145
80
9.37
351-400
IIT Kharagpur
8708
60642
73
6.96
351-400
IIT Delhi
7875
58418
75
7.42
IISc. Bangalore
9976
81083
87
8.13
IIT Bombay
6286
39908
63
6.35
Highest Citations Amongst the New IITs
(Scopus, 2014)
S. No.
Institution
No. of Papers
Citations
Average
Citations
h - Index
1
IIT Ropar
377
1369
3.63
17
2
IIT Patna
484
1088
2.24
16
3
IIT Bhubaneswar
456
1279
2.80
14
4
IIT Indore
403
822
2.03
14
5
IIT Hyderabad
655
1247
1.90
14
6
IIT Gandhinagar
245
462
1.88
8
7
IIT Mandi
186
285
1.53
8
8
IIT Jodhpur
141
270
1.91
8
The institute publications have received highest citations amongst
the 8 new IITs.
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9
10
Cover pages of Journals where IITRPR publications
appear
Dr. Himanshu Tyagi, SMMEE, Journal of
Applied Physics, 113, 2013, 011301
Background images from: Dr.
Harpreet Singh, SMMEE, Advanced
Engineering Materials, 16, 2013, 128
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Research with Utilitarian value for Masses
Waste to Energy and increased
Agriculture productivity
(Decentralized Power Grid)
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Technology to Convert Agriculture Waste into
Energy
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Research Initiatives: Bio-energy Research
Technology to Convert Agriculture Waste into Energy
 The goal is to make people aware of alternatives to burning with the
application of our technology that can add value to their lives
 This particular project aims at rural households to provide them
electricity using their own agricultural wastes
Video Link of Bio-Harvest:http://www.iitrpr.ac.in/aston-university-iit-ropar-research-project-event
IIT Ropar in collaboration with Aston University, European Bioenergy
Research Institute, and The Oglesby Charitable Trust has developed a
technology for converting agricultural waste into energy
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Generation of Bio-oil and Bio-char from
Wheat/Rice Straw
Wheat /Rice Straw
Pyroformer
Pelletiser
Condenser
Straw Pellets
Non condensable
gas
Bio-oil
Engine
Bio-char
CHP
Heat
Combustion Unit
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Bio-char as Nutrient to Improve Farm Productivity
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Placement of Students
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Placement of B. Tech. Students
Placements 2013 (2009-10 batch)
Placements 2012 (2008-09 batch)
100
96
100
Total Students No.
Students placed
Students not placed
Higher Studies
Total Students No.
Students placed
80
80
Students not placed
75
Higher Studies
60
40
28
34
20
17
0
CSE
EE
SMMEE
Total Students No.
CSE
107
Students placed
80
27
28
22
EE
SMMEE
Total
Average Salary (Lacs)
2012
8.96
2013
11.12
Students not placed
Year
60
40
38
0
Total
Placements 2014 (2010-11 batch)
100
34
32
24
20
81
60
40
34 34
100
41
48
35
33
33
20
11
2012
2013
%Placed
86.7
88.3
2
0
CSE
EE
SMMEE
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Major Achievements of Undergraduate
Students
Hindustan Times, Saturday, 1 December 2012
Mr. Abhisaar Sharma
Mr Abhishek Kumar Arora
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Initiatives in Multidisciplinary Research
• Bio-Medical Engineering / Health Care
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Research Initiatives: Biomedical
Engineering Research
 To bring in synergy between
fundamental
and
applied
sciences,
engineering,
and
medicine
 To facilitate teaching, research,
and
entrepreneurship
in
diagnostics and therapy
 About 24 faculty members of
the institute are participating in
the activities of this program
A biomedical engineering program was established in 2013 to meet
the challenge of providing affordable healthcare. This program will
facilitate innovation in biomedical research to find solutions to our
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healthcare needs.
Prof. G D Puri and Drs. Preeti Mathew from PGI and Navin Kumar
from IIT Ropar have successfully developed a closed loop
anaesthesia delivery system (CLADS). The institute will develop
CLADS into a wireless device after the technology transfer.
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Undergraduate Teaching
Incubation and Innovation
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Innovation in teaching and Curriculum
updation – B. Tech Level
• Tablet PC are being used in classroom teaching and shared with
Students on Google drive. Lectures are also recorded and put on
Google drive for use of students at all time.
• Flipped lectures are being introduced for certain courses. Students
are encouraged to apply their classroom learning to solve basic and
challenging problems.
• Courses are sandwiched with mini projects and problem solving
exercises for “active learning” mode.
Following new courses have been developed and
taught for UG Students:1. Computer Aided design and manufacturing
2. Sustainability science and technology
3. Medical devices
4. Biology for engineers
5. Power systems – from fundamentals to network
6. Embedded systems and applications
7. Power electronic devices and circuits
8. Software architecture
Following are some of new laboratories have been built
for hands on training of B.Tech Students
1. Bio-Medical Engineering laboratory
2. Bio-Mechanical creativity and Innovation laboratory .
3. Clean and sustainable energy laboratory
4. Engine research laboratory
5. Complex fluids laboratory
XLPAT Labs
 Xlpat Labs is a platform
for automated and user
friendly patent toolsoptimizing search time
 Developed
innovative
patent analysis tools
 Developed tools for
automatic tracking of new
patents in a specific area
 Supported from PDIF
funds
GreedyGame
 Innovative platform for
blending ads into mobile
games
 Game developers as well
as advertisers gain
 Started by IIT Ropar
alumni
 Supported from TIDE
funds
Omnipresent Robotics
 An innovative company
in the area of Robotics,
Electronic Sensing and
Intelligent Electronics
 Develops state-of-the-art
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
and River Cleaning Robots
 Omnipresent is Gold
Medal Winner of DST –
Lockheed Martin “India
Innovation
Growth
Program” and a recipient
of CNN India Positive
Award
 Supported from PDIF
funds
Supported Technology and Knowledge Based Entrepreneurship
through Center for Innovation and Business Incubation (CIBI)
Governance
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Audit Report (2012-2013)
Annexure-2
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Summary
In the last five years IIT Ropar has accomplished:
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Research Excellence ( High Impact Research)
Research with Utilitarian values for masses
Best Students Placement
Science and Technology inputs to the Local
Administration
 Excellence in Governance
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Glimpse of New Campus
Administration
Lecture Hall Complex
Academics
Library
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