Centre of Excellence

Center of Excellence in High Performance Computing

Objectives:

  • To promote Research Activities
  • To encourage Research Publications, Patents/IPR
  • To facilitate Consultancy/Funded Projects
  • To provide Industrial Training
  • To strengthen Industry Institute Interaction
  • To provide platform to students to interact with industry experts


Outcomes:

  • Training to the students for increasing the employability
  • To undertake the students research projects
  • To carry out the consultancy and testing work

Benefits to Stakeholders:

  • Students will be able to carry out their research in High Performance Computing
  • Industry sponsored BE projects will contribute to research & development
  • Industry standard proficiency courses for upgrading skills of students
  • Industry will get skilled manpower for employment

Investment Plans Year wise:

  • 1. A.Y. 2018-2019 : 7.5 Lacs Development of infrastructure required for COE: 5 Lacs Support for student project (workstation): 2.5Lacs
  • 2. A.Y. 2019-2020 : 7.5 Lacs Up gradation of infrastructure for Softwares and hardware under the COE : 7.5Lacs
  • 3. A.Y. 2020-2021 : 05 Lacs Up gradation of infrastructure for COE such as creation of cluster as per industry need : 5Lacs

Knowledge partners

  • DataDirect Networks India Pvt. Ltd
  • Simulation Center
  • Cray, Inc.
  • Snapper Future Tech Pvt Ltd
  • C-DAC, Pune
  • NVIDIA, Pune
  • Animationwala.com
  • ISACA
  • IndiaForensics
  • QuickHeal Foundation
  • INDIAFIRST ROBOTICS & REASEARCH LLP

Industry Resource Persons and Advisors:

Sr.
No.
NameDesignationOrganization
1. Mr. Anil Gupta Joint director, Senior Member IEEE, ACM, HPC- I & E CDAC, Pune
2. Mr. Vinay Deshpande Senior Dev/Tech Engineer NVIDIA,Pune
3. Mr. Rajesh Khele Founder Animationwal.com
4. Mr. Mayur Joshi Director IndiaForensics
5. Mr. Achyut Ghare President, ISACA Pune Chapter ISACA
6. Ms. Sugandha Dani Executive CSR QuickHeal Foundation

Multidisciplinary Nature:

HPC is a multidisciplinary field, combining digital electronics, computer architecture, system software, programming languages, algorithms and computational techniques in parallel computing environments to model complex systems or to control transactional computing services. HPC was most frequently associated with scientific research; however, HPC has been applied recently to business, government and military uses of cluster-based computing strategies, such as data warehouses transaction processing, utility computing and next generation telecommunications.

Visits to Industry for setting COE

  • Visited HPC division C-DAC, Pune
  • Visited Vinsys, Pune for collaborations related to Data Analytics
  • Visited Zeus Numerix, Pune and IITM, Pune for study of HPC cluster
  • Visited Animationwala.com for projects related to gaming & animations
  • Collaborated with Sandip Institute, Nashik for big data analytics research projects

Relevant Information:

 

Sr. No.

Date

Details of Activities

1

11/06/2018-12/06/18

Faculty development program on OpenMP under CoE and CSI Student chapter MMCOE

2

25/08/18

Development of an “Traffic and Road Safety: animation clip” under CoE and Animationwala.com

3

09/02/19

BE project group (working under CoE) meeting

4

20/02/19

One day workshop on “Blender:Open Source 3D animation tool” under Animationwala.com

5

28/02/19 –

28/08 /19

Consultancy project “Electricity Bill Generator & Unit Calculator” completed under solar cell activity project initiated by Thane corporation and Animationwala.com

One faculty and three students were part of this project.

6

18/07/19-

8/08 /19

Consultancy project “Quiz Application” completed under solar cell activity project initiated by Thane corporation and Animationwala.com.

One faculty and two students were part of this project

7

15/06/18 -

30/04/19

9 projects completed under CoE

8

03/06/19-07/06/19

Short term training program “Data Anlytics using Machine Learning for High Performance Computing” for faculties

9

27/08/19

One day block chain bootcamp for SE & TE students

10

20/09/19

Industry visit to CDAC`s National PARAM Supercompuitng Facility at SPPU, Pune.

11

June -Nov 2019

16 students are undergoing Earn & Learn Scheme-CALC program under Quick Heal Foundation 

12

June 2019 - Feb  2020

Consultancy project “Electricity Bill Generator & Unit Calculator” completed under solar cell activity project initiated by Thane corporation and Animationwala.com .One faculty and three students were part of this project

13

June 2019 - Feb  2020

Consultancy project “Quiz Application” completed under solar cell activity project initiated by Thane corporation and Animationwala.com. One faculty and two students were part of this project

14

 13/07/19

Industrial Visit to PARI Robotics with 25 students

15

 19/09/2019

“IoT with Hands-on Session on Embedded System “under COE(IoT and Cyber forensics) conducted on 19-09-2019

16

 09/01/2020

Blockchain Seminar for staff and students

17

29-30/01 2020

Two days workshop on IoT with hands session on Embedded System

18

22/01, 230/1 & 270/1 2020

3 days session on content development using C++

19 

 Feb -Aug 2020

31 students are working on content development using in c++ for Quick heal foundation

20 

 07/02/2020

Industry Visit to Snapper Future Tech Pvt Ltd  Staff 2  Students 11

21

27/02/2020 

One day workshop on “Blender: Open Source Tool” using image rendering on GPU

22

18/04/2020 

Live Webinar on Deep Learning and its application by Mr. Pranith Kothari, Sr. Software Engineer, NVIDIA 

23

28/04/ 2020 

64 students attended Webinar on Industrial IoT conducted by Dr.Dattatray Parle,Founder Simulation Center

24

2/05/2020 

Live Expert session on Django Framework by Mr. Jay Parekh, Associate Application Engineer, Schulmberger 

25

June 2019 - Apr.  2020 

9 BE projects under CoE 

26

16/05/2020 

Webinar on HPC infrastructure by Mr. Satish Patil, Manager – Professional Services, India & S.E. Asia, DataDirect Networks India Pvt. Ltd

Functional Team:

  • Dr. H.K.Khanuja - HOD
  • Dr. S. M. Chaware - Member
  • Prof. P. K. Dhule - Incharge



 

Center of Excellence in Automation & Robotics (COEA&R)

1. Introduction:

A center of excellence (COE) is a laboratory or shared facility that provides training/ support, provides platform for students and researchers to do their research work. Center of Excellence in Automation and Robotics in Department of Mechanical Engineering is a resource formed to serve for academicians and industry persons in the field of Automation and Robotics. The center's aim is to create technically sophisticated manpower for automation and robotics research, including inter-disciplinary network. In addition to the research activities, COEA&R is also involved in developing technologies that can be commercially availed by the industries.


2. Objectives:

  • The main emphasis of the center is to design and develop intelligent and autonomous robots and automation systems to work on research problems and innovative projects that extend the state of the art in robotics and automation
  • The vision behind is to promote and encourage student activities, research projects and relevant courses related to automation and robotics
  • Embarking Research and development activities in the areas of Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation
  • Network with other agencies, institutions, national labs and industry working in the area of Robotics and automation to create facility which will be accessible to all researchers in the country
  • Setting up inter college cooperative program in which graduate students from other colleges can come and take courses and do their research projects in the facility created
  • Running summer courses of Automation and Robotics for teachers, students and industry professionals
  • Provide platform for faculty and UG Students to perceive their interest in basic and applied research and translate their innovative ideas into prototypes


3. Functional Team:

Sr. No.

         Name

Designation

1

Dr. P. S. Purandare

HOD

2

Dr. P. K. Katare

Coordinator

3

Mr. S. N. Belsare

Member

4

Mr. A. V. Chavan

Member

5

Mr. G. R. Chaudhary

Member

6

Mr. S. S. Raut

Member

7

Mr. R. S. Yadav

Member


4. Advisory Body (COEA&R)

Sr. No.

Name

Organization Name

Designation

1.

Mr. Suhas Cholkar

Renishaw Metrology Systems Ltd.Pune  

Director

2.

Mr. Jagadish Purandare

KPC Ltd. Pune  

DGM

3.

Mr. Satish Pathak

Samiep Technology,Pune  

CEO

4.

Mr.Sunil Danekar

Sua Automation,Pune  

Director

5.

Dr. S. S. Ohol

COE, Pune  

Professor

5. Industry Connect:

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

Output

1

Sofcon India Pvt Ltd Pune

Hands on workshop

2

IMTMA, Pune

Industrial Visit for BE Students

3

Renishaw Metrology Systems, Pune

BE Project

Industrial Visit multidisciplinary students

6. MoUs under COE:

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

Date

Remark (Duration)

1

IMTMA, Pune

08/04/2019

24 months

2

Sofcon India Pvt Ltd Pune 

06/10/2017

60 months

 

7. Facilities/ Equipments Available

Sr.No.

Name of Equipment

Quantity

1

Printer HP LJ 1020 Plus

1

2

INTEL CORE i5 Computer System

2

3

20' LED LG Screen

2

4

UPS APC 600VA

1

5

FIRE BOARD V2560

4

6

SPARK V ROBOT

5

7

FIRE BOARD V P89V51RD2

3

8

FIRE BOARD V LPC2148 ADAPTERCARD

5

9

ZIGBEE MODULES 100 M RANGE

10

10

ZIGBEE MODULES ADAPTER

5

11

METAL GEAR SERVO MOTORS

10

12

SERVO MOTOR BASED GRIPPER KIT FOR THE FIRE BIRD V ROBOT

2

13

SHARP GP2Y0A- 21YKOF INFRARED RANGE SENSOR (10 cm to 80)

10

8. Investment:

Sr.No.

Name of Equipment

Quantity

Total Cost

1

Printer HP LJ 1020 Plus

1

7850/-

2

INTEL CORE i5 Computer System

2

50,400/-

3

20' LED LG Screen

2

11,900/-

4

UPS APC 600VA

1

2450/-

5

FIRE BOARD V2560

4

73,107/-

6

SPARK V ROBOT

5

23,606/-

7

FIRE BOARD V P89V51RD2

3

12,924/-

8

FIRE BOARD V LPC2148 ADAPTERCARD

5

17,606/-

9

ZIGBEE MODULES 100 M RANGE

10

16,101/-

10

ZIGBEE MODULES ADAPTER

5

11,606/-

11

METAL GEAR SERVO MOTORS

10

10,611/-

12

SERVO MOTOR BASED GRIPPER KIT FOR THE FIRE BIRD V ROBOT

2

6311/-

13

SHARP GP2Y0A- 21YKOF INFRARED RANGE SENSOR (10 cm to 80)

10

8601/-

                                                                                                                        Grand Total

 

9. Activities Conducted:

  • Free webinars 07 nos. from Industry expertsin association with Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA), April 2020. 
  • Regional Finals of the e-Yantra Ideas Competition (eYIC 2019-20)
  • Industry 4.0 workshop at Renishaw Ltd. 22 students & 03 faculty members on 27th Dec 2019.
  • Renishaw Machine Probe basic training, 13th December 2019, for Faculty Members & w/s instructors.
  • Visit to Setco India Pvt. Ltd. Pune for collaboration & Consultancy work.
  • Workshop on “ Introduction to Robotics” attended by 4 faculties at VIT Pune
  • e- Yantra Task based training complted by 4 faculties and received Class A award

 

10. B.E. Projects:

Sr. No.

Academic Year

Name of Project

Student connected

Remark

1

2019-20

Design and manufacturing of fire fighting robot



Atharva Kulkarni

Completed

2

2019-20

Design and modeling of wall climbing robot



Saurabh Makar

Completed

3

2019-20

Enhancement in Design and Development of Compact 3D Printer     2-  Delta Type

Jatin Saigal

Completed

4

2018-19

Design, Development and Testing of Six Axis Robotic Arm

Ishwar Shinde

Completed

5

2017-18

Design and Development of Compact 3D Printer 2-  Delta Type

Rohan Gaikwad

Completed

Center of Excellence in Advanced embedded Systems and Signal Processing

Motivation:

To provide the students with State-of-Art training environment so that E&TC graduates will be able to provide solutions to industry relevant problems in Embedded Systems and Signal Processing domain



Objectives:

  • To facilitate projects in Advanced Embedded Systems & Signal Processing
  • To promote projects particularly relevant to the upcoming IoT domain
  • To train students in various tracks of Advanced Embedded Systems & Signal Processing
  • To enhance employability of students through effective Industry Institute Interaction
  • To serve industry & community in realizing the Smart City Dream


Team CoE

Sr. No.

Name

Qualification

Area of Interest

Responsibility

1

Ms. A. J. Nimbalkar

M.E.(Electronics)

Embedded Systems

Coordinator

2

Ms. A. M. Solanke

M.E (E&TC)
Ph.D (Pursuing)

Image Processing

Co-coordinator

3

Ms. S. N. Deshmukh

M.E (Electronics)

Image Processing

Member

4

Mr. V. B. Deokamble

M.E (E&TC)

Automation

Member

5

Ms. S. A. Joshi

M.E (Electronics)

Embedded Systems

Member

6

Mr. A. G. Dakre

M.E.(E&TC)

Embedded Systems

Member



Advisory Board:

  • Mr. Rohit Vatsa, Sr. Domain Expert, Telecom & Media, Persistent Systems ltd.
  • Mr. Hrishikesh Kamat, CEO, Shalaka Connected Devices LLP Pvt. Ltd
  • Mr. Avinash Magdum, GM, Harbinger Systems, Pvt. Ltd
  • Mr. Amit Nahar, Knorr Brimsen Technology Center
  • Dr. Shripad Bhatlawande, VIT, Pune
  • Dr. Mrs. Vinaya Gohokar, MIT, Pune


Facilities Available:

  • CoE of E & TC Department is equipped with Rasberry Pi 3 ,Tiva Processors and sensors to facilitate projects and research in the upcoming IoT domain
  • Formal announcement of eFSI set up in association with e-Yantra, IITB and MHRD


Activities Conducted under CoE:

  • Two Days State Level Workshop on IoT:Towards smart future
  • Two Days National ConferenceIoT:Towards smart future
  • Two Days Workshop & International Technical Competition in IoT
  • Hosted EYIC regional finals in association with IITB
  • Industry conclave in association with IITB
  • Hands-On Workshops on Rasp-Pi, Networking, IoT, Arduino etc


Outcomes:

  1. Internships
  2. Placements
  3. Industry sponsored (technically) B.E & T.E Projects

Projects based on IoT & Smart city theme

Sr. No

Title of Project

1

Bus Monitoring System

2

Control and monitor of techwalk

3

Garbage management system

4

Classroom automation

5

Real time monitoring and controlling agricultural scheme using web server

6

Smart receiver box for online delivery

7

Car health monitoring system

8

IoT Based Students Tracking System for Security and Attendance Purpose using Raspberri-Pi and BLE tags

9

Digital control and Data logging for Solar Power Plant using Raspberry pi

10

Women Safety Device

11

Patient Data Logger using Bluetooth Low Energy

12

Traffic Signal Violation Monitoring & Controlling System

13

Smart Toll Booth System

14

Intelligent Robot for Military Application

15

General Purpose Converter using LORA Protocol

16

Automatic Electricity Meter Reading using Wi Fi System

17

Wastage management system for smart city

18

IoT based water quality monitoring

19

Krishi Ratna controlling water pump using GSM

20

Fully automated solar grass cutter



Industry Connect for CoE :

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

Outcome

1

PAKO Technologies Pvt Ltd.

Mini Projects (2),
Placement -1,
Faculty consultation & MoU in process

2

Shalaka Connected Devices LLP Pvt. Ltd.

MoU,
T.E Project (2),
B.E Projects (1),
Expert Lecture

3

Melux Controls Gears Pvt Ltd

Internship (7),
B.E Project (1),
MoU in process

4

Mumlabs Technologies

B.E Project/Internship

5

InteliDemics IOT Innovation Centre, Nashik

Internship (1)

6

Dyeglo Pvt. Ltd.

B.E Project (2)

7

Kalptech Solutions

B.E Project (1)

8

 Local Machines

 Internships,
Electric Vehicle Project in progress
MoU in progress

workshop
Two Days State Level Workshop
Conference
Two Days National Conference
Smart Future
“IoT: Towards smart future”
Smart Future
“ IoT:Towards smart future"
 

Center of Excellence in Automation & Control


OBJECTIVES:

  • Skill development in automation technology
  • Uplifting the academic environment
  • Training facility for students, faculty and industry
  • Consultancy services
  • Research facility


OUTCOMES

  • Design and development of Control and power panel
  • Training of students, faculty and industry personnel in conventional automation technology and digital technology
  • Development of automated system using Programmable Logic Controller
  • Instrumentation of industrial processes
  • Development of supervisory control and data acquisition system for substation automation


BENEFITS TO STAKE HOLDERS

  • Trained manpower for industry
  • Consultancy and research facility
  • Facility for startup
  • Internship for aspirant in automation technology
  • Need based services


INVESTMENT PLAN:

Year

Investment

2018-2019

20 Lakhs

2019-2020

10 Lakhs

2020-2021

10 Lakhs

2021-2022

10 Lakhs



KNOWLEDGE PARTNERS

Sr. No.

Type of Institute

Name of Institute

Nature of collaboration

1

Academic Institute

College of Engineering, Pune

Nodal Centre MoU for virtual terminal unit

2

Research Organization

Buildtrack Automation

Updating COE with latest automation technology, Joint research publication

3

Industry

Shree Systems

Internship, B.E. Projects, sharing of resources

4

MNC Industry

Autonics

Certificate programs



INDUSTRY RESOURCE PERSON

Dr. S. D. Agashe

  • Experience: 25 + Yrs
  • Expertise: Instrumentation and Control
  • Professor, College of Engineering- Pune

Mr. S. Panditrao

  • Experience: 30+ Yrs Industries + Academics
  • Expertise: ANN, Instrumentation
  • CEO & Director, San Techno Mentors

Mr. Swapnil Thorve

  • Experience: 8+ Yrs
  • Expertise: Sensors
  • Branch Manager, Autonics India Pvt. Ltd


MULTIDISCIPLINARY NATURE

Projects on conventional and digital automation need to involve people from discipline like Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, Agriculture and Electronics. These projects include hardware and software development, training curriculum etc.



VISITS TO INDUSTRIES FOR SETTING CoE

  • Meeting with Mr. Rajendra Joshi ( Proprietor Adroit Autotech) Date: 23/02/2018 Time: 1600 to 1745 Venue: AdroidAutotech Office, Kothrud.
  • Meeting with Prof. S. D. Agashe( Professor at COEP, Pune) Date: 01/03/2018 Time: 1200 to 1315 Venue: COEP, Pune.
  • Meeting with Mr. Shekhar Lokhande, Mr. Mandar Puranik , Mr. Satish Ujjainkar, Mr. Nilesh Pohekar ( SMC Pneumatics India Pvt. Ltd. ) Attendee: Dr. V. N. Gohokar, Prof. S. C. Jadhav Date: 06/03/2018, Time: 1030 to 1200, Venue: SMC Pneumatics off. Kothrud.
  • Meeting with Mr. SanishDubey , Mr. Satish Ujjainkar, Mr. Nilesh Pohekar ( SMC Pneumatics India Pvt. Ltd. ) Attendee: Dr. V. N. Gohokar, Prof. S. C. Jadhav, Dr. Shital Kulkarni, Dr. V. R. Deulgoankar, Mr. M.R. Tarambale, Mr. S. M. Harite Date: 07/03/2018, Time: 1030 to 1200, Venue: MMCOE.
  • Meeting with Mr. Ganegaonkar (Shree Systems)Attendee: Prof. S. C. Jadhav, Dr. Shital Kulkarni, Prof. B. B. BhureDate: 09/03/2018, Time: 1030 to 1330, Venue: Shree Systems, Pirangut.
  • Meeting with Mr. Danish Dubey , Mr. Satish Ujjainkar, Mr. Nilesh Pohekar, Mr. Rahul Kulkarni( SMC Pneumatics India Pvt. Ltd. ) Attendee: Dr. V. N. Gohokar, Prof. S. C. Jadhav, Dr. Shital Kulkarni, Date: 12/03/2018, Time: 1430 to 1630, Venue: SMC Pneumatics
  • Meeting with Mr. Sudhir Panditrao Attendee: Dr. V. N. Gohokar, Prof. S. C. Jadhav, Date: 12/03/2018, Time: 1515 to 1615, Venue: Office: San Techno Mentors.
  • Meeting with Mr. Swapnil Thorve (Autonics Automation India Pvt. Ltd) Attendee: Prof. S. C. Jadhav, Mr. S. Bhise Date: 19/03/2018, Time: 1515 to 1615, Venue: Office: Autonics Office Bund Garden.


ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION:

a. Focused Area for CoE

  • Distribution Automation
  • Substation Automation
  • Home Automation
  • Building Automation
  • Agriculture Automation
  • Smart Grid
  • LV Control Panel Design
  • Energy Management Systems

b. Perspective Plan:

  • 2017-2018
    • Conventional Automation
    • PLC Based Automation
    • Hands on training for Students
  • 2018-2019
    • VFD for Control
    • Digital Automation
    • Catering training need of Industry
  • 2019-2020
    • Consultancy services
    • Research activity

C. Present Curriculum:

PROGRAM

CODE

TRAINING

PROGRAM

NO. OF

HRS

PROGRAM CONTENTS

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

MME01

AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES

12

  • Control and power panel 
  • Electromechanical devices
  • Automation technologies
  • Microcontroller based automation
  • Introduction to Programmable Logic Controller 

Participants will be able to:

  1. Design and implement hardware, power and control circuit for various applications
  2. Implement different automation technologies 
  3. Troubleshoot PLC Based automation 

MME02

AUTOMATION INSIGHTS

18

  • Programmable logic controller
  • Instrumentation- PID Controller
  • Variable frequency drive
  • SCADA Systems- Development
  • Interfacing PLC and SCADA 

Participants will be able to:

  1. Develop PLC based automation 
  2. Integrate  and control VFD through PLC
  3. Develop SCADA systems for various applications

MME03

POWER ELECTRONICS PROTOTYPE MAKING

15

  • Power Electronics Standards, Selection of Components
  • P.E. Component Testing
  • Hands on Practice on to the modern tools/ Freeware
  • Designing Aspects of PE circuits
  • Prototype making & Testing of D.C. Controlled Rectifier
  • Prototype making  & Testing of AC Controlled Rectifier

Participants will be able to:

  1. Select the proper components
  2. Test the electronics components
  3. Use the modern tools for circuit design
  4. Create the prototypes using power electronics components

MME04

MATLAB AND ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS

30

  • Matrices and plotting operations
  • MATLAB Programming
  • Simulation of electrical circuits, Thevenin’s theorem, superposition theorem, Ohms Law, KCL, KVL, Star/Delta relations
  • Simulation of Half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier on R and RL load
  • Measurement of R, L and C using multimeter, LCR meter. Current and voltage measurement by voltmeter, ammeter, multimeter, true RMS meter
  • Power Measurement using analog and digital wattmeter.
  • Measurement of various electrical quantities by function generator ,CRO & DSO

Participants will be able to:

1. Develop simulation for electrical and electronic circuit

2. Use electrical and electronics measuring equipments

3. Apply FG/AFG signals to CRO/DSO and measure various quantities


Prof Pravin R. Choube 
CoE Coordinator

Dr V N Gohokar
Head of Department

Center of Excellence in Computational Intelligence

Computational Intelligence is the ability of a computer to learn a specific task from data or experimental observation. Generally, computational intelligence is a set of nature-inspired computational methodologies and approaches to address complex real-world problems to which mathematical or traditional modeling can be useless for a few reasons: the processes might be too complex for mathematical reasoning, it might contain some uncertainties during the process, or the process might simply be stochastic in nature.





OBJECTIVES

  • To encourage Research Publications, Patents/IPR and Funded Projects
  • Collaborate with R&D organizations to acquire and disseminate knowledge among stakeholders
  • To provide platform for BE projects groups to solve real life problems


FACILITIES AVAILABLE

Software Development (By Faculty) :

e-Defaulter: e-defaulter application is an academic monitoring software developed in-house by the faculties of IT Department. The software can be accessed by all the faculties in the department for attendance filling, defaulter list generation, roll call list generation, sending daily SMS to parents of absent students, etc.


Software Development (By Student) :

Fingerprint Spoofing :

Computational Thinking:
For the purpose of developing computational thinking, few games (listed below) have been made available in the lab, along with rules and regulations of the game and its computational details are also provided along with it.

Following games are available in the lab:

Abalone - An award winning board game

Rubik’s Cube (Classic, Mirror Cube, triangular) - Classical brain scratching puzzle

Metal Puzzles - MW and others

Mastermind - A unique code breaking game

Triangle - Color Match




FUNCTIONAL TEAM

Functional Team is formed to administer and steer the Project Management activities.

Sr.
No.
NameQualificationArea of InterestResponsibility
1.

Ms. Shital Kakad

M. E. (IT), Ph. D. (CSE) (Pursuing) Security , Database Coordinator
2. Mrs. Rashmi Bhattad M. E. (CSE) Machine Learning Member
3. Mr. Nikhil Dhavase M. E. (IT), Ph. D. (CE) (Pursuing) Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence Member
4.

Mrs. Preeti Joshi

M. E. (IT), Ph. D. (CSE) (Pursuing) Networking Member
5.

Mr. Pratik Kamble

M. E. (IT), Ph. D. (CE) (Pursuing) Data Mining Member


ADVISORY BOARD

Sr.
No.
Name of PersonDesignationCompanyCategory
1. Dr. Nilima Bhalerao Neurologist Private Clinic Medical
2.

Mr. Mahesh Bodhgire

Managing Director

ecoRise Software Solutions, Pune

Industry
3. Mr. Harshal Tupsamudre Researcher TRDDC Researcher
4. Dr. Manesh Kokare Professor (Post doc fellow, Univ. of California) SGGS, Nanded Academician
5. Dr. Sasikumar M. Director CDAC, Mumbai Industry

INDUSTRY CONNECT:

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

Output

1

ecoRise Software Solutions, Pune

Project Guidance, Knowledge Partner

Expert Sessions, Faculty Development Program

2

Kasnet Technology Pvt. Ltd.

Sponsored Project completed

MOU UNDER COE:

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

Date

1

ecoRise Software Solutions, Pune

07/12/2017

Activities Conducted:

  1. Mr. Mahesh Bodhgire,Managing Director, ecoRise Software Solution, Pune, has delivered an expert lecture on the topic "Database Management Systems" on 07/10/2019 for TE students.

  2. Mr. Anurag Sangale, ecoRise Software Solution, Pune, has delivered an expert lecture on the topic "Applications of Data Structures in Software Industry" on 03/03/2019 for SE students.

  3. Faculty development program on “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning” on 06/06/2018 -10/06/2018

  4. Two days workshop on "Android App Development in associaton with Aakar IIT

Bombay under Techradiance 2019" on 27/07/2018 by Mr. Vaibhav Jadhav

  1. Four days training program on "Data Science" on 09/10/2018 by Mr. Suresh Pal, Mr. Bipul Kumar Shahi ATS Infotech Pvt. Ltd.

  2. Guest lecture on "Introduction to DevOps" on 15/07/2017 by Mr. Nitin Bhide (Program Director, HCL Technologies, Pune) Kedar Deo (Group Project Manager, IBM,

  3. Guest lecture on “Data warehousing and related Concepts” on 09/09/2017 by Mr. Shashank Diwan (Project Manager, Yardy So?ware, Pune)

  4. Visit CDAC, Mumai(Kharghar) 7/3/2018

  5. Two days workshop on Cloud Computing by Geeks Lab Technologies on 15-16 July 2016

  6. Session on Challenges and issues on cloud computing by Mr. Bhavik Ambani and Mr. Vishal Menon from Progressive Infotech on 17/09/2016

  7. Two days National Level Workshop on Cloud Computing & Big Data sponsored by BCUD SPPU on 13-14 Dec 2016

  8. One day workshop on cloud basics and setup by Mr. Pranav Sahastabuddhe 4/10/2015

  9. Cloud server setup on OpenStack was done by faculty members on Dec 2015

  10. Attended session on Vmware on Cloud and Virtualization at VIIT on Jan 2016

Ongoing/ Completed Projects:

Sr. No.

Academic Year

Name of Project

Student’s/ Faculty Name

Remark

1

2019-20

Automatic Sketch Colorization

Varsha Kirve

Vrushali Gore

Vaibhav Mane

Shubham Patil

Vaibhav 

Ongoing

2

2019-20

Text Summarization

Mr. Pratik Kamble

Ongoing

3

2019-20

Ontology Construction 

Ms. Shital Kakad

Ongoing

4

2018-19

Stylometry Based Authorship Attribution for Social Media Forensics

Akmal Ziyad

Manoj Baviskar

Vishal Marhatta

Completed 

5

2018-19

Music Recommendation using emotion detection

Prasad Agashe

Rajas Bhide

Veerbhadra Bilagi

Yashashri Dange

Completed 

6

2018-19

Malware Detection and Classification using Decision Trees and Random Forests

Aditya Phadke

Mohit Kulkarni

Pranav Bhavalkar

Durape Nikhil 

Completed 

7

2017-18

Fingerprint Spoof Detection

Mr. Chiranshu Adik,

Mr. Amey Waze,

Ms. Samrudhhi Tendulkar,

Ms. Akansha Agrawal

Completed 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's College of Engineering

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