Department of Electrical Engineering :: IIT Delhi (2022)

Special Module in Nanoelectronics ELV834

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Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of Nano Electronics.

Special Module in Semiconductor Business Management ELV833

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To educate students about semiconductor business. This includes business domains in semiconductors, latest business challenges, market trends and forecasts, business planning and incubation, execution and delivery, technical and financial analysis of R&D , business and finance models of chip manufacturing units (or fabs.), foundries, and solar power plants.

Special Module in Machine Learning ELV832

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Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in this area.

Special Module in VLSI Testing ELV831

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Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of VLSI Testing.

Special Module in Low Power IC Design ELV830

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Special Module that focuses on special topics, development and Research problems of importance in the area of Low Power IC Design.

Special Modules in Information Processing-II ELV823

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Special Module in Communication Systems and Networking-II ELV821

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Special Modules in Information Processing-I ELV781

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Pre-requisites: to be decided by the instructor

Special Module in Computers ELV780

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Special Modules in ETI ELV753

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Special Modules in EETI ELV752

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Special Modules in AEI ELV750

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Special Module in Scientific Writing for Research ELV734

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Tools needed for scientific writing, ethics of publication, plagiarism, attribution, copyrights, writing impactful papers, writing theses, writing a technical disclosure or patent.

Special Modules in NE&PS I ELV731

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Special Modules in V&ES I ELV730

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Special Module in Communication Systems and Networking-I ELV720

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Special Module in Cyber Security ELV710

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Overview of cyber security, computer security and the associated threat, attack, adversary models, access control, intrusion detection, basic network security, security of cyber physical systems and a brief introduction to cryptography.

Special Module in Systems and Control ELV700

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To provide exposure in specialized topics in systems and control.

Special Modules in SG&REI ELV451

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Industrial Training and Seminar ELT850

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Independent Study ELS880

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Independent Study (EE3) ELS330

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Independent Study (EE1) ELS310

Credits: 3
(Video) Electrical Engineering| Branch Overview ft. Rishab Mittal, IIT Delhi'17| Pursuing Masters & PhD MIT


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Power System Lab-II ELP871

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Power System Lab-I ELP870

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Power flow studies, fault studies, state estimation, security analysis, robust power flow methods, power flow with uncertain data.

Smart-Grids Laboratory ELP855

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Experiments related to smart-grids measurement and control.

Electrical Machines CAD Laboratory ELP854

Credits: 3

Computer aided design of electrical machines.

DSP Based Control of Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory ELP853

Credits: 2

Experiments on the DSP/Digital signal controllers, Interfacing peripherals to DSP, Assembly language programming, Real-time voltage/ current, speed sensing signal and processing, PWM strategies realization through DSP and controlling power electronic and Drive Systems.

Electrical Drives Laboratory ELP852

Credits: 2

Experiments on drive systems with converter fed dc and ac drives and their control.

Power Electronics Laboratory ELP851

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Experiments on Power electronic converters and their control.

Electrical Machines Laboratory ELP850

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Experiments on Electrical Machines and their control.

Device and Materials Characterization Laboratory ELP833

Credits: 3

Skill development in semiconductor modeling and characterization through hands on electrical characterization experiments. This includes wafer-level DC and RF characterization of p-n junction diode, MOS capacitor and transistor, photo-electric characterization of solar cells, TCAD and compact modeling of these devices, Materials Characterization (SEM, AFM, TEM, etc.).

IEC Laboratory-II ELP832

Credits: 3

Introduction to Cadence, Learning Cadence design framework and Virtuoso environment, Design with Virtuoso schematic editor, Layouts, Learning and applying Synopsys and Xilinx tools, Circuit simulation and SPICE.

IEC Laboratory-I ELP831

Credits: 3

Introduction to Cadence, Learning Cadence design framework and Virtuoso environment, Design with Virtuoso schematic editor, Layouts, Learning and applying Synopsys and Xilinx tools, Circuit simulation and SPICE.

Semiconductor Processing Laboratory ELP830

Credits: 3

Deposition of Semiconductor Materials and Metals: Sputter Deposition, E-Beam Deposition, and Thermal Evaporation; Photolithography; Electron-Beam Lithography; Epitaxial Growth of Semiconductors, Materials Characterization.

Network Software Laboratory ELP822

Credits: 3

Contents: CASE tools,client-server programming, middleware and use of Object Request Broker architectures, use of network emulators, using networks APIs Parlay/JAIN, service-oriented architectures, openflow and SDN, network management software design.

Advanced Telecommunication Networks Laboratory ELP821

Credits: 3

To provide advanced level laboratory experiments in telecom signaling and transmission.

Advanced Control Laboratory ELP801

Credits: 2

Magnetic Levitation System, Twin Rotor MIMO System, Gyroscope, Ball and Beam System, Embedded Control System, Mobile Robotic System.

Control Systems Laboratory ELP800

Credits: 1

Basics of Sensors and Actuators, Study of AC and DC Motors, Linear Systems, Analog and Digital Motors, Synchros, Temperature Control.

Computer Networks Lab ELP782

Credits: 3

Simulation and hardware experiments on different aspects of computer communication networks. Network traffic generation and analysis, differentiated service queues, network of queues using discrete event simulations.

Digital Systems Lab ELP781

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Software Lab ELP780

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Experiments related to the following topics: advanced data structures and algorithms, compilers, GUI, component-based software design, distributed and web based applications, UML, firmware, database applications.

(Video) Electrical Engineering | Branch Overview ft. Utkarsh Tyagi

Physical Design Laboratory ELP736

Credits: 3

Wireless Communication Laboratory ELP725

Credits: 3

Embedded Telecommunication Systems Laboratory ELP721

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Telecommunication Networks Laboratory ELP720

Credits: 3

Contents: Development of network elements such as routers, SNMP nodes. Use of laboratory and telecom field test instruments such as: oscilloscopes, oscillators, RMS meters, transmission impairment measuring systems, return loss meters, etc. Enables students to study voice and data switching functions and to measure transmission and traffic characteristics on models of the major business communication systems and carrier transmission facilities (controlled LAN environments, Ethernet, E1, T1/T3lines). Experimental procedures include the use of frequency and time division multiplex systems and the modulation techniques employed by in such systems and the observation of noise and distortion effects.

Microwave Laboratory ELP719

Credits: 3

Design, fabrication and testing of simple linear microwave circuits using microstrip technology.

Telecommunication Software Laboratory ELP718

Credits: 3

Contents: CASE tools, object-oriented program development, use of telecom network simulator, implementation using C/C++/Java, network management software design, V.5 test and simulation.

Digital Communications Laboratory ELP411

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Electric Drives Laboratory ELP332

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Communication Engineering Laboratory ELP311

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Laboratory experiments on analog, pulse, and basic digital modulation and demodulation techniques.

Design and System Laboratory ELP305

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Power Engineering Laboratory ELP303

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Experiments will be conducted on 3-phase alternators and transformers for measuring their sequence impedance. Directional, overcurrent and differential protection relays will be studied. Computer simulation for power flow, short circuit and stability studies of interconnected power systems. Numerical relays and synchrophasors will be introduced. FACTS devices will be experimented.

Power Electronics Laboratory ELP302

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Control Engineering Laboratory ELP225

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Basics of Sensors and Actuators, Study of AC and DC Motors, Linear Systems, Analog and Digital Motors, Synchros, Temperature Control.

Electromagnetics Laboratory ELP212

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Electromechanics Laboratory ELP203

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Testing and Fault Tolerance ELL899

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Introduction to testing, simulation, fault simulation, automatic test pattern generator, sequential logic bests, automatic test equipment, design for testability, Built-In-Self-Test (BIST), behavioral test and verification.

Pervasive Computing ELL898

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Introduction, computer and network architectures for pervasive computing, mobile computing mechanisms, human-computer interaction using speech and vision, pervasive software systems, location mechanisms, practical techniques for security and user-authentication, and experimental pervasive computing systems.

Network Management ELL897

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Activities, methods, operational procedures, tools, communications interfaces, protocols, and human resources that pertain to the operation, administration, maintenance, and provisioning of communications networks, network management standards, technologies; functional areas of fault management, configuration management, accounting management, performance management, and security management, major Internet and telecommunications standards for network management: SNMPv3, RMON, CMIP and TMN.

Mobile Computing ELL896

Credits: 3

Overview of mobile computing; introduction to GSM, 3GPP, 4G LTE, LTE-A standards; wireless networking protocols: mobile IP, ad hoc networks, wireless TCP; cognitive radio networks; data broadcasting; location and context awareness; QoS, QoE; disconnected or weakly connected operations; protocol and resource optimization; wireless security issues.

Network Security ELL895

Credits: 3

Introduction to cryptography, public key distribution and user authentication, TLS and wireless network security, secure email and PGP, IP security, system security - intrusion, malicious software and firewalls.

Network Performance Modeling and Analysis ELL894

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Network performance models and classifications, Hidden Markov Models (HMM), Delay and throughput analysis using Markov models, Performance analysis with multi-class traffic, Renewal theory and regenerative processes, Performance analysis with semi-Markov traffic characteristics, Network performance analysis with interactive servers, Practical network traffic characterization, Network performance stability, Introduction to dynamic programming, Example network modeling scenarios in various engineering applications.

Cyber-Physical Systems ELL893

Credits: 3

Introduction: core principles behind CPSs; Specification of CPS, CPS models: Continuous, Discrete, Hybrid, Compositional; Abstraction and System Architecture, Design by Invariants, Sensing and Fusion, Cloud of Robots/CPS; Case Studies: Healthcare, Smart Grid, Transportation.

Internet Technologies ELL892

Credits: 3

Web and service oriented architectures, dynamic web site programming (client side and server side), web application development, web based repositories, UI design, XML, Web 2.0 and the semantic web, applications.

(Video) INTRO - Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Computational Linguistics ELL891

Credits: 3

Introduction to language and linguistics; Mathematical foundations: statistics and machine learning; Introduction to corpus-based computational linguistics; Lexical analysis; Syntactic analysis; Semantic analysis; Discourse analysis; Psycholinguistics, computational cognitive models of language processing and evolution; Assignments and practical exercises involving the application of these techniques to real-word corpora.

Computational Neuroscience ELL890

Credits: 3

Fundamentals of brain anatomy and physiology, signals of brain, Brain signal recording and imaging techniques, Human experimentation study design, Processing the X-D neural data, Machine learning approaches, Graph theory and neural networks, Multivariate pattern analysis in 4D Imaging data, Statistical inferences, student projects and presentations.

Protocol Engineering ELL889

Credits: 3

Principles, stages, specification formalisms (UML, SDL, ASN.1) of telecom protocol design, protocol software development process, computer aided protocol engineering, verification and testing of protocols, object oriented techniques in protocol development, kernel level development and programming of protocols.

Advanced Machine Learning ELL888

Credits: 3

Advanced topics in machine learning, including Nonlinear Dimension Reduction, Maximum Entropy, Exponential Family Models, Graphical Models; Computational Learning Theory, Structured Support Vector Machines, Feature Selection, Kernel Selection, Meta-Learning, Multi-Task Learning, Semi-Supervised Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Approximate Inference, Clustering, and Boosting.

Cloud Computing ELL887

Credits: 3

Introduction; Example System: Apple iCloud, Amazon-AWS; Fundamental Concepts: Cloud Characteristics, Cloud delivery models; Cloud Enabling Technology: broad-band network,virtualisation technology; Cloud Infrastructure Mechanisms: Logical Network Perimeter, Virtual Server, Cloud Storage Devices;Cloud Architecture: Workload Distribution Architecture, Resource Pooling Architecture, Dynamic Scalability Architecture, Hypervisor Clustering Architecture, Load Balanced Virtual Server Instances Architecture, Elastic Resource Capacity Architecture, Elastic Disk Provisioning Architecture, Redundant Storage Architecture; Cloud Security: Encryption, Identity and Access management, Cloud-based Security Groups; Working with Cloud: Building Service Platforms, Cost Metrics, Pricing Models.

Big Data Systems ELL886

Credits: 3

Introduction; Hadoop, Map-Reduce, GFS/HDFS, Bigtable/HBASE; Extension of Map-Reduce: iMap-reduce (iterative), incremental map-reduce. SQL and Data-parallel programming, DryadLINQ. Data-flow parallelism vs. message passing. Data locality. Memory hierarchies. Sequential versus random access to secondary storage. NoSQL systems. NewSQL systems. Finding similar items and LSH; Search Technology: link analysis and Page-rank algorithm; Large Scale Graph Processing; Mining Streaming Data and Realtime analytics: Window semantics and window joins. Sampling and approximating aggregates (no joins). Querying histograms. Maintaining histograms of streams. Use of Haar wavelets. Incremental and online query processing: online aggregation.

Machine Learning for Computational Finance ELL885

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Time series forecasting techniques, Introduction to Portfolio theory, Trading Systems, Optimisation methods, Risk Management, Machine Learning for Algorithmic Trading.

Information Retrieval ELL884

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Motivation, evaluation, classical IR models, Indexing, ML techniques, Semantic search, MIR, Web-scale information retrieval, Query processing, User interfaces.

Embedded Intelligence ELL883

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Basics of embedded, learning, and adaptive systems; sensors, nature of dynamic environments, hardware aspects.

Large-Scale Machine Learning ELL882

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Introduction, Randomized Algorithms, Matrix Approximations (low-rank approximation, decomposition, sparse matrices, matrix completion), Large Scale Optimization, Kernel Methods (fast training), Boosted Decision trees, Dimensionality Reduction (linear and nonlinear methods), Distributed Gibbs Sampling, Sparse Methods/Streaming (sparse coding...); Applications.

Special Topics in Computers-II ELL881

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Special Topics in Computers-I ELL880

Credits: 3

Power System Reliability ELL874

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Review of basic probability theory, reliability theory, network modeling and evaluation of simple and complex systems, generation system reliability concept of loss of load probability, energy not served, transmission system reliability, component failure, distribution system reliability with perfect and imperfect switching.

Power System Transient ELL873

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Origin and nature of transients and surges. Lumped and distributed circuit representations. Line energisation and de-energisation transients, current chopping, short-line faults, trapped charge effects, effect of source, control of transients, Lightening, effect of tower footing resistance, travelling waves, insulation coordination, circuit breakers duty, surge arresters, overvoltage limiting devices.

Selected Topics in Power System ELL872

Credits: 3

To be decided by the Instructor when floating this course: It can be anything that is related to power system, but is not covered in any of the established courses.

Distribution System Operation and planning ELL871

Credits: 3

Structure of distribution system, modeling of system components, power flow, fault studies, state estimation, optimal power flow, optimal feeder reconfiguration, optimum resources planning, incorporation of DGs in operation and planning.

Restructured Power System ELL870

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Philosophy of market models, Concepts in micro-economics, Centralized and de-centralized Dispatch Philosophies, Congestion Management, Ancillary Service Management, Transmission Pricing Methods, Loss Allocation Algorithms, Locational Marginal Price (LMP) calculation and properties, Financial Transmission Rights (FTRs), Transmission Expansion Planning, Market Power, Working of International Power Markets, Restructuring Issues in Indian Power Sector.

Selected Topics in Electric Drives ELL859

Credits: 3

Recent developments in the area of electric drives.

Advanced Topics in Electric Drives ELL858

Credits: 3

Advanced PWM Techniques. Control of switched reluctance motor drives. Control of slip-ring induction motor drives. Self-commissioning and self-adaptation techniques in drives. Sensor-less techniques in drives. Fault tolerant controllers and converters. Other recent topics on drives.

Selected Topics in Power Electronics ELL857

Credits: 3

Recent developments in power electronics.

Advanced Topics in Power Electronics ELL856

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Upcoming power electronic devices- SiC and GaN devices. Design of power electronic converters, Introduction to soft-switching in dc-dc and dc-ac applications.

High Power Converters ELL855

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Introduction to High Power devices IGBT, Thyristor, IGCT. Different topologies of high power converters Voltage Source and current source converter, 2- level converters, 3 level NPC converter, Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Converters, Modular multilevel converters. Pulse width modulation techniques for high power converters Level shifted PWM, Phase shifted PWM, Space vector PWM for multilevel converters. Design of high power converter components, operational issues, fault tolerant operat.ion, reliability, mechanical design. Design of filters for high power converters. Relevant IEEE and IEC standards for high power converters.

Selected Topics in Electrical Machines ELL854

Credits: 3

Recent developments in the area of electrical machines.

(Video) Introduction to Electrical Machines -I

Advanced Topics in Electrical Machines ELL853

Credits: 3

Introduction to Advanced Topics in Electrical Machines, Synchronous Reluctance Machines, Hybrid Motors, Linear Motors, Super conducting Machines, PCB Motors, Micro motors, Written Pole Machines. Applications of all these advanced motors in field of Robotics, Automation, Electric Vehicles, pumping etc. The rating consideration and special advantages with these motors in various practical or field conditions is primary objective of this course. Other Advanced machines, Case Studies, Computer Aided Simulation of Electrical Machines are added for enhanced understanding of the topic.

Condition Monitoring of Electrical Machines ELL852

Credits: 3

The course includes the need for condition monitoring. Three main subdivisions of the course are types of fault and their symptoms, diagnostic methods to identify these faults and a deep signal processing analysis for fault diagnosis. The various components prone to fault are stator, rotor, shaft, gear box, bearing etc. The diagnosis methods includes diagnosis based on temperature, infrared signal, vibration, noise, motor current signature analysis etc. various signal processing techniques such as fuzzy logic, neural network from fault diagnosis point of view are also included in this course.

Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines ELL851

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Introduction of Standards and standardizations, specifications, frame size, basic design methodology and engineering considerations. Properties of electric, magnetic and insulating materials. Choice of materials, frames etc. Computerization of design procedures. Optimization techniques and their application to design problems. Design of large and h.p. motors. Database and knowledge based expert systems. Development of PC based software.

Digital Control of Power Electronics and Drive Systems ELL850

Credits: 3

Review of Digital signal processors, Laplace transforms, Theory of sampling, z-transformations, sampling techniques, Digital PWM generation schemes, Realization of different PWMs using DSPs, Control of DC-DC Converters, Inverters, DC and Ac Machines.

Selected Topics in IEC-II ELL834

Credits: 3

CMOS RF IC Design ELL833

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Historical Aspects From Maxwell to Current Wireless standards; The bridge between communication system designer and RF IC Designer: a) Comm. system characterization, b)RF System Characterization; Transceiver Architectures Motivation for the individual blocks; Lumped, passive RLC, RF properties of MOS, Tuned Amplifiers; LNAs: Noise sources, Cascades and LNA Design; Mixers passive and active mixers ; Oscillators: Analysis Fundamentals, Inductors, LC Oscillators and VCOs; Frequency synthesizers: Principles, Integer N vs Fractional PLL, Design Concepts.

Selected Topics in IEC-I ELL832

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CAD for VLSI, MEMS, and Nanoassembly ELL831

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Algorithms for design, modelling, and simulation ranging from VLSI, MEMS, to nanoassembly; computer aided nano-design for materials.

Issues in Deep Submicron VLSI Design ELL830

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VLSI Scaling rules and their impact: Short channel effect, Sub threshold leakage current, Gate leakage, VTH and body bias; Low power design: Technology level: 3D and 4 terminal MOSFETs, PDSOI, FDSOI, FINFET; Sub threshold leakage control: Transistor stacking in digital logic Multiple VTH, VDD designs, Dynamically adjustable VTH; Digital Circuit Design: Digital Sub-threshold Logic, Noise Immunity, Clock gating, Switching activity minimization; Analog Circuit Design: gm/ID Methodology for Design, Low power, low voltage opamp design, Subthreshold operation of opamps; Architecture level: Array Based Architectures, Parallel and Pipelined Architectures; Interconnects & Noise: Capacitive & Inductive coupling Analysis & Optimization, Power/Ground Noise, L*di/dt noise, Power/Ground Placement Optimization, Decoupling.

Selected Topics in Information Processing-II ELL824

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Information Processing-I ELL823

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Communication Systems and Networking-II ELL822

Credits: 3

Selected Topics in Communication Systems and Networking-I ELL821

Credits: 3

Photonic Switching and Networking ELL820

Credits: 3

Study of different types of networks, the enabling technologies and devices. Broadcast and Select network. Single and Multi-hop networks with example of Access networks, PONS etc., Wavelength Routing network, virtual topology, Metro and Wide area networks. Wavelength Routing and Assignment, Traffic Grooming and Protection, Network Control and Management, Optical packet and burst switching, Network Simulation Tools and Design guidelines.

Introduction to Plasmonics ELL819

Credits: 3

EM Waves, Maxwells Equations, Origin of Permittivity, Evanescent Waves, Surface Plasmons, Scattering and Diffraction, Spoof Surface Plasmon, Extraordinary Optical Transmission, Numerical Simulations of Surface Plasmons, Negative Index Materials.

Telecommunication Technologies ELL818

Credits: 3

Types of Data Networks, types of access and edge networks, core networks, OSS/NMS and Telecom Management network (TMN), Teletraffic Theory and Network analysis.

Access Networks ELL817

Credits: 3

Contents: Types of access networks, wired (copper and optical) and wireless access networks, management, dimensioning and scaling of access networks, access network design.

Satellite Communication ELL816

Credits: 3

Introduction to satellite communication and orbital theory, satellite antennas, satellite link design, channel models for satellite links, modulation, multiple access techniques for satellite communication, VSAT, introduction to MIMO systems and error analysis, multiple antenna based satellite communication, hybrid satellite-terrestrial communication system.|There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

MIMO Wireless Communications ELL815

Credits: 3

Introduction to space-time diversity, MIMO channel, MIMO information theory, error probability analysis, transmit diversity and space-time coding, linear STBC design, differential coding for MIMO, precoding, multiuser MIMO; There are no laboratory or design activities involved with this course.

Wireless Optical Communications ELL814

Credits: 3

General introduction, optical channel modeling, background noise calculations, Modulation techniques: M-PPM, OOK, mxn PAPM, subcarrier modulation, DPPM, DHPIM, DAPPM, psd and bandwidth requirement evaluation, Detection techniques - Photon counter, PMT, coherent techniques, bit error rate evaluation in presence of atmospheric turbulence, concept of adaptive threshold, effect of turbulence and weather conditions viz., drizzle, haze fog on error performance and channel capacity, link availability.

Advanced Information Theory ELL813

Credits: 3

Capacity of single-user Gaussian multi-antenna deterministic channels and optimal strategies. Reliable transmission in single user state dependent channels. Capacity of Gaussian single-antenna fading channels with state (RX CSI, Full CSI). Capacity of single-antenna frequency-selective fading channels (OFDM modulation, waterfilling across frequency). Capacity of Gaussian multi-antenna single user fading channels (RX CSI only, Full CSI). Spatial multiplexing gain, array gain. Transmitter and receiver architectures, V-BLAST transmission, Zero-Forcing receiver, MMSE receiver, MMSESIC receiver. Optimality of MMSE-SIC. Capacity region of the multi-user Gaussian MAC channel. Capacity region of the multiuser Gaussian Broadcast channel (BC) with single-antenna terminals. Capacity of state dependent channels with non-causal side information (Gelfand-Pinsker coding). Dirty paper coding to pre-cancel known interference. MAC-BC duality. Capacity region of the multi-user Gaussian Broadcast channel with multi-antenna terminals (Dirty paper coding achieves the capacity region). Capacity region of the Interference channel. There are no laboratory or design activities involved in this course.

Microwave Propagation and Systems ELL812

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Frequency bands and allocations. Earth and its effects on propagation. Atmosphere and its effects on propagation. Attenuation of millimeter waves. Line-of-sight communication links: system configuration, multiplexing, link design. Troposcatter propagation and links: Fadingand diversity reception, path profile and path loss, link design, signal design for fading channels.

Cyber Security and Information Assurance ELL810

Credits: 3

Introduction to cyber security, information assurance, computer security and the associated threat, attack, adversary models, identity representation, management and access control, intrusion detection, security at different levels: network, system, user, program security, network security, wireless security, mobile security, hardware security and the security of cyber physical systems.

Advanced Topics in Systems and Control ELL808

Credits: 3

To be decided by the Instructor when floating this course: Can be anything that is related to systems and control engineering but is not covered in any of the established courses.

Stochastic Control ELL807

Credits: 3

Overview of stochastic systems with examples, Modeling of Stochastic Systems: Continuous and discrete-time models subjected to noise, Markov Decision Processes, Introduction to Stochastic Calculus and Stochastic

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Is electrical engineering hard in IIT Delhi? ›

Answer. Hi there, Indeed the course is a bit difficult but the demand of the electrical engineering students is gonna be very high in future, and since you are in Iit delhi one of the finest iits in the country you would definitely get some great opportunities.

Which IIT has best electrical engineering? ›

IIT delhi's electrical department is considered as the best electrical department among IITs in India. As IIT Bombay have best Computer Science department and IIT madras for it's known for its Civil branch.

What is the average package of IIT Delhi electrical? ›

Placements: Almost 80% of students get placed every year. The highest packages went up to 2 crores per annum, and the average salary package is around 8 LPA.

How is the placement of electrical engineering in IIT? ›

Placements: Around 70% of the students got placed in core and even non-core companies. The average salary offered was around 15 lakh for electrical (in core) and around 21 lakh for computer science. The highest package was 90 lakhs per annum and the lowest is close to 8 lakh.

Which branch is better EE or ME? ›

So if you want to work for your salary but be in high demand, EE is the place. If you are better at dealing with things you can touch and see, ME is much better.

Which branch is best in IIT Delhi? ›

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

The best branches of this college are Computer Science, Mathematics and Computing, and Electrical Engineering. The 5-year integrated BTech plus MTech in CSE is also highly popular among students.

Is electrical engineering hard? ›

The electrical engineering major is considered one of the most difficult majors in the field, and these are the common reasons students list to explain why it is hard: There is a lot of abstract thinking involved.

Which is the No 1 IIT in India? ›

IIT Madras

Which is the easiest engineering branch? ›

1) CSE/ISE - Computer Science engineering or Information science engineering : One of the most demandable and most preffererd engg in the country. From Health care to banking , in each and every fireld the computers are put into use, so the software developers, web developers are required for every field.

Does EEE have scope in future? ›

The scope of EEE is huge. Electrical & Electronics engineers can work in wide range of fields such as power generation, electronics, computers & control systems, telecommunication and Bio-Medical. A computer engineer specializes in the theory of computation and the design of computational systems.

Is EEE tough for average students? ›

No not at all. It just a myth that electrical and electronics engineering course is tough and I advice you to not to believe this as you had already choosen this branch, believing this myth will decrease your self confidence by which you can even fail in passing in these subjects.

Are electrical engineers happy? ›

As it turns out, electrical engineers rate their career happiness 3.1 out of 5 stars which puts them in the bottom 40% of careers.

What is the lowest salary in IIT? ›

The range of salaries across IITs varied widely. IIT Madras offered a maximum annual salary of Rs 52.5 lakh and a minimum salary of Rs 7 lakh to civil engineering students in 2020-21. Similarly, IIT Guwahati's maximum annual package went up to Rs 30 lakh while the minimum salary remained at Rs 7 lakh.

Which stream is best in IIT? ›

Top branches at top IITs
  • IIT Bombay: Computer, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering are the most popular mainstream branches. ...
  • IIT Madras: Computer and Mechanical Engineering are two of the most popular courses here. ...
  • IIT Delhi: Computer and Electrical Engineering are two most sought-after courses here.
Feb 7, 2017

What is minimum rank for IIT? ›

And the minimum marks around 150-160 (General) to get any branch in any IIT Institute because there are only around 11,000 seats are available in all the IITs. And different category has some relaxation on this barrier but then also your score should be above 130 (for other category) to get any IIT Institution.

Are electrical engineers in demand? ›

Overall employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2020 to 2030, about as fast as the average for all occupations. About 22,700 openings for electrical and electronics engineers are projected each year, on average, over the decade.

Which is the hardest engineering? ›

What Is the Hardest Engineering Major?
Top 3 Hardest Engineering MajorsTop 3 Easiest Engineering Majors
1. Chemical engineering (19.66 hours)1. Industrial engineering (15.68 hours)
2. Aero and astronautical engineering (19.24 hours)2. Computer engineering and technology (16.46 hours)
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Which is the toughest engineering branch? ›

Chemical Engineering
  • The intersection between physics, chemistry, and math is the first and the foremost reason that makes Chemical Engineering, one of the toughest Engineering branches in the world. ...
  • Chemical engineering is very time-consuming and requires the utmost attention to detail.
Jun 12, 2021

Can we buy IIT seat? ›

hello aspirant, there is no scheme for free seat quota. if you want to get admission in btech you need to crack jee main exam and jee main paper 2 to get admission in iits. however there is scholarship available for economically weaker candidates.

Which is the oldest IIT? ›

A. Amongst all IITs, IIT Kharagpur is the oldest one, which was set up in 1951 followed by IIT Kanpur and IIT Madras in 1959.

Which city has best IIT in India? ›

IIT Indore

Situated in one of the most urbanized cities of MP, IIT Indore tops the list of new IITs according to the ranking report released by MoHRD in 2017. In engineering, IIT Indore offers CSE, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical engineering & material sciences and Civil Engineering.

Which engineering branch is best in 2025? ›

However looking at the current scenario and trends around the globe, we can say that the streams that has a great future(not just in 2021 or 2025): Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Machine Learning and Artificial ...

Which engineering is best for future? ›

List Of The Best Engineering Courses For Future
  • Aerospace Engineering.
  • Chemical Engineering.
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • Petroleum Engineering.
  • Telecommunication Engineering.
  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
  • Robotics Engineering.
  • Biochemical Engineering.
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Which is hardest subject in btech? ›

Toughest Engineering Courses
  • Civil Engineering.
  • Industrial Engineering.
  • Nuclear Engineering.
  • Biochemical Engineering.
  • Automobile Engineering.
  • Statistical Engineering.
  • Architectural Engineering.
  • Metallurgical Engineering.

How is electrical power and automation at IIT Delhi? ›

How is power and automation (electrical) in IIT Delhi? It is very similar to the core electrical(ee1), the difference is only of 5 courses with power and automation (ee3) focusing more on power engineering.

How is electrical engineering power and automation? ›

Electrical engineering in power and automation deals with the automated generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electric power and the electrical devices connected to such systems including generators, motors and transformers.

What is engineering and computational mechanics? ›

The BTech in engineering and computational mechanics aims to expose students to recent trends in computational techniques and experiments, provide a strong grounding in the fundamentals of engineering mechanics along with the tools to address areas such as biomechanics, nanomechanics, constitutive modelling at Multiple ...

Is engineering a physics? ›

Engineering is an almost entirely applied science. However, the difference between applied physics and engineering and is that engineers are much more concerned with how a scientific theory, device, or technology can be used.

What is the cut off for IIT Delhi? ›

IIT Delhi Cutoff 2021
Branch nameOpeningClosing
Chemical Engineering14902213
Civil Engineering5233607
Computer Science and Engineering399
Electrical Engineering364543
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How many students are in IIT Delhi? ›

How many total seats are there in IIT Delhi? ›

The IIT Delhi seat matrix will soon be released by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) for 2022. There were a total of 1,016 seats in IIT Delhi in 2021.

What are the 3 main branches of electrical engineering? ›

Based on fundamental principles from mathematics and physics, electrical engineering covers but not limited to the following fields: Power Engineering. Electronic Engineering. Computer Engineering.

Is Matlab important for electrical engineers? ›

Matlab is a widely used tool in electrical engineering. It can be used to enhance and accelerate some processes, such as magnetic field measurements. The original concept of a small and easy to use tool evolved to the “tool house” [1] concept.

Why did you choose electrical engineering? ›

Electrical and electronic engineers work at the forefront of practical technology, improving the devices and systems we use every day. From solar-energy systems to mobile phones, we innovate to meet society's communication, tech and energy needs.

What is the scope of computational mechanics? ›

It covers new methods and computationally-challenging technologies. Areas covered include method development in solid, fluid mechanics and materials simulations with application to biomechanics and mechanics in medicine, multiphysics, fracture mechanics, multiscale mechanics, particle and meshfree methods.

Why do engineers do mechanics? ›

Engineering Mechanics provides the “building blocks” of statics, dynamics, strength of materials, and fluid dynamics. Engineering mechanics is the discipline devoted to the solution of mechanics problems through the integrated application of mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles.

What do you study in computational mechanics? ›

Computational mechanics brings together highly sophisticated methods of theoretical, applied and structural mechanics as well as computer science, software engineering and applied mathematics. The curriculum of the course encompasses, among others, continuum mechanics, structural mechanics and theory of stability.

Which branch of engineering has less physics? ›

Computer Science Engineering is one of the Best Branches in the Engineering field. It doesn't deal with Physics.

Which engineering branch has more physics? ›

but If you are interested in physics then it is best to choose an mechanical branch in your engineering. The major subjects like strength of materials , thermodynamics , thermal engineering and heat transfer which are all part of physics are studied in the mechanical branch.

What do electrical engineers do? ›

Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment, such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, or power generation equipment. Electrical engineers also design the electrical systems of automobiles and aircraft.


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