Research and Development Activities


Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing Jabalpur was established to foster the research and development activities in the areas of: IT enabled design and manufacturing, and Design of IT systems

to meet the growing demands of the Indian industries and to provide them as well as help them preserve knowledge capital in the field of design and manufacturing of product and visual designs.


The Institute carries out active research in following fields –


                              Innovative Design and Manufacturing

deLOGIC Lab

Embedded System Design

Design of Control Systems

VLSI

CAD/CAM

Design of Smart Structures

MEMS

Intelligent Product Design

Design of Energy Systems

Antenna Design & Fabrication

Communication Systems Design

Advanced Electronic and Electromagnetic Design

Photonics and Plasmonics


                              Graphics, Vision and Image Processing

Computer Graphics

Image Processing

Geometric Modelling

Computer Vision

Pattern Recognition

Biometrics

Simulation

Computer Animation

Multirate Signal Processing

 


                              Advanced Manufacturing

Rapid Prototyping

Micro Nano Fabrication

Manufacturing Culture

Rapid PCB Prototyping


                              Data and Knowledge Engineering

Computational Linguistics

Data Engineering

Natural Language Processing

Artificial Intelligence

Parallel Algorithms

Human Computer Interaction

Software Engineering


The Institute carries out research in the form of thesis pursued by its postgraduate students in these areas along sponsored projects carried out by members of faculty in some of these areas.

Further, IIITDM Jabalpur is the first academic Institute in India, which is being set up as Indo-Japanese collaboration. The Japanese Government has announced twelve partners of the Japanese Consortium in 2007 among Japanese universities/institutes and industries. Several of the Japanese academicians as well as industry experts regularly visit the Institute to participate in its academic activities. Besides, several of our faculty members and students also visit Japan and get themselves exposed to and acquainted with the Japanese ways of developing various advanced technologies.

Recently, during July 2009 at the 3rd Consortium meeting it was decided that Japanese universities and industries will play a more active role in the postgraduate and research education of the Institute, including joint supervision of thesis, organizing of joint workshops and conferences at IIITDM Jabalpur.

 




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