B.TECH IN MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
Future of technological innovation will definitely involve multi-disciplinary expertise. Therefore Mechatronics Engineering will definitely have huge scope in India. A very large and huge demand exists from large global enterprises and MNC in IT industry, Automation, Robotics, automotive, process industries, chemical industries, Medical-Electronics, aerospace, and consumer products industries and in smaller innovative ‘high tech’ companies supplying software parts and equipment.
Mechatronic engineers may also be employed by product developers, manufacturing, mining or forestry industries, aerospace and defense, government and industry research groups.
Mechatronics is a field of engineering that includes study with a combination of various engineering disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, electronics, telecommunication, control, and computer engineering.
The aim of Mechatronics Engineering is a design process that unifies all the above disciplines of engineering. Mechatronics industry employs engineers to design and develop equipment and technicians to maintain it.
B.Tech Mechatronics can find opportunities in automobile, manufacturing, production, gas and oil, mining, transport, defence, robotics, safety and quality, aerospace and aviation.
Army, the Navy and the Air force and organisations like the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). DRDO, Delhi, offers challenging opportunities for candidates with first-class degrees in Mechatronics engineering.
B.Tech in Mechatronics Engineering
- The program will cover aspects related to designing of Mechatronics system, which requires integration of the mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering disciplines within an integrated framework. The curriculum for Mechatronics has been designed in consultation with the industry to ensure that the students would gain the knowledge on skill as a well as theory. The structure is design to build a strong foundation of Mathematics, Material Science, Computer Science, Electronics, Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering. Each course within the program is modular and credit based. Learning outcomes and skill competency levels been clearly defined in each course curriculum. The Program structure allows multi-entry & multi-exit facility to students. The faculty is committed to offering an experience that will promote professional growth and prepare students for a variety of engineering careers, graduate and postgraduate studies, and continuing education.
- Laboratory Infrastructure: Students of school of Mechatronics have an access to the variety of world-class lab equipment’s like Lucas Nuelle where the Industrial Automation and components including PLC, AC and DC Drives, Robotics, Mechatronics, Microprocessor, DSP, Electrical Machine Lab helping the student to get familiarized with the Industrial Automation and their functions. Apart from these, students will be exposed to Basic workshop, thermodynamics lab, material testing lab, design and dynamics lab, the theory of mechanism lab and heat-mass transfer lab for enhancing the skill under Mechatronics.
- Students are also given a flavour of quality engineering, automatic product development, manufacturing processes which have become key factors in the successful execution of products in the industrial environment. Overall the course is structured in a way to give a well-rounded knowledge and practical training to the student on which he can build further and become a valuable contributor in the professional world.
Duration: Four Years
The state of art training systems and education equipment are being installed from Germany. Lucas Nulle, pioneer for the development, manufacture of high quality training and education equipment for last 40 years, has extended their boundary for installing these training equipment into the University for imparting the skill to the aspirant.
These specially designed training equipment for enhancing the skill of the students are being mapped meticulously with theory.
The Basic Electronics Lab, Basic Electrical Lab, Advance Electronics Lab are already in functioning. The Automation Lab, DSP and Microprocessor Lab will be added soon.
Apart from this electronics laboratory students will be exposed to Basic workshop, thermodynamics lab, material testing lab, design and dynamics lab, theory of mechanism lab and heat-mass transfer lab for enhancing the skill under Mechatronics.
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech):
- Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects namely Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject.
- Obtained at least 45% marks for general (open) category in the above subjects taken together.
- Obtained at least 40% marks in case of candidate belonging to the State of Madhya Pradesh in a reserved category (excluding creamy layer) in the above subjects taken together.
- Valid Score card of entrance exam of State/National Level as notified by University.
NRI / International Students:
A candidate who has completed XII (10+2) or equivalent examination from any Foreign Board must obtain an equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). All foreign qualifications need to be verified by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) by the candidate before seeking provisional admission to any programme of Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences. In order to promote International understanding between Indian and Foreign students, Symbiosis has reserved 5% seats for NRIs/International students in every division.
|Name of the Faculty||Designation||Area of Expertise||Experience|
|Dr Binit Kumar Jha||Professor & Dean||CAM, CNC Machine, Manufacturing||25 years|
|Dr Yogesh Pandya||Associate Professor||Machine Design, Vibration Condition Monitoring, Fault Diagnosis, Dynamic Modelling, Vehicle Dynamics, Vehicle Electronics, Finite Element Methods||15 years|
|Dr Keshav Patidar||Associate Professor||High gain DC-DC converters, PWM DC-AC converters, Modelling of converters and controller design||10 years|
|Dr Ravi Shankar Mishra||Associate Professor||Low power VLSI design, VLSI Design and Device Modelling, Microstrip patch antenna designing, Mixed-Signal Design, CAD for VLSI, IC fabrication technology and device characterization||15 years|
|Dr Mamta Thakur||Assistant Professor||Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry||18 years|
|Dr Sonu Sen||Assistant Professor||Relativistic Laser-Plasma Interaction, Nonlinear Propagation, Quantum Theory||12 years|
|Dr Jitendra K. Sharma||Assistant Professor||Differential Equations and Numerical Techniques||11 years|
|Dr Satyendra Sharma||Assistant Professor||Automobile Engineering, Service Quality, Theory of Machines, Manufacturing Technology||20 years|
|Dr Vikas Kumar||Assistant Professor||Heat transfer, Heat exchanger, nanofluids, thermal and fluid engineering.||7 years|
|Dr Jai Bahadur Balwanshi||Assistant Professor||Renewable Energy, Energy Conservation Techniques, Thermal & Design, Engineering Graphics||14 years|
|Mr Punit Mishra||Assistant Professor||Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Exergy.||12 years|
S.N. Name of Author TITLE CONF/JOURNAL DETAILS YEAR OF PUBLICATION 1. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Influence of Al2O3 nanofiller additions on three-body abrasive wear behaviour of carbon fibre/epoxy composites, Vol.5, Special Issue 13, September 2016, pages: 169-172. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology 2016 2. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Investigations on Three-Body Abrasive Wear of Glass Fibre Reinforced Composites- Review, Vol.1, Issue 4, June 2015, pages: 81-86 International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology 2015 3. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Tool condition monitoring in turning operation based on the vibration signal Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology 2014 4. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Tribological study of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Nano Composites with AluminaFiller using three Body Abrasive Wear Test Rig Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology 2014 5. Dr. Bhaskar Pal “Modeling and estimation of grinding forces for monolayer cBN grinding wheel International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology 2014 6. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Trajectory tracking of a 3-dof articulated arm by jacobian solutions International Journal of Advanced Engineering Applications 2013 7. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Performance study of brazed type CBN grinding wheel on hardened bearing steel and high-speed steel International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing 2012 8. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Analytical estimation of elastic properties of polypropylene fiber matrix composite by finite element analysis Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry 2012 9. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Effect of chip morphology during grinding bearing steel using single layer brazed and galvanic bonded cubic boron nitride (CBN) wheel Materials and Manufacturing Processes 2011 10. Dr. Bhaskar Pal Development and performance evaluation of monolayer brazed CBN grinding wheel on bearing steel The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 2010 11. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Spur gear tooth root crack detection using time synchronous averaging under fluctuating speed volume 52, 2014 pp.1-11 Measurement
2014 12. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Non-parametric shape optimization of the knuckle joint for different materials using Finite Element Analysis, 2015 Journal of Material Science and Mechanical Engineering (JMSME) International Conference (MIANT- 2015) at JNU New Delhi India 2015 13. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Design and CFD Analysis of the Waste Chill Recovery Heat Exchanger DPLC2016 at BITS Hyderabad 2016 14. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Failure path based modified gear mesh stiffness for spur gear pair with tooth root crack, Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis 2013 15. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Simulation of crack propagation in spur gear tooth for different gear parameter and its influence on mesh stiffness, Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis 2013 16. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Experimental Investigation of Spur Gear tooth mesh stiffness in the presence of root crack using photoelasticity technique Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis 34, 2013, pp. 69–78, (Elsevier). 2013 17. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Crack Behaviour in a High Contact Ratio Gear Pair and its effect on Mesh Stiffness. Journal of Engineering Failure Analysis Journal of Measurement, volume 52, 2014 pp.1-11 (Elsevier). 2014 18. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Geometrical complexity and crack trajectory based fatigue life prediction for a spur gear having tooth root crack J of Eng Fail Anal, Elsevier 2017(Review completed). 2017 19. Dr. Yogesh Pandya A Fault detection of a two-stage gearbox with artificially induced gear crack using vibration monitoring, Proceedings of the 5th Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IICAI 2011 2011 20. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Finite Element Modeling and Simulation of Gear Tooth Root Crack using LEFM DPLC2016 at BITS Hyderabad 2016 21. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Non-parametric shape optimization of the knuckle joint for different materials using FEM International Conference on MIANT-2015 at JNU 2015 22. Dr. Yogesh Pandya Design and CFD Analysis of the Waste Chill Recovery Heat Exchanger presented in DPLC2016 at BITS(Pilani) Hyderabad 2016 23. 2016 24. Dr. Keshav Patidar A high step-up PWM DC-DC Converter based on quasi z-source Topology, Volume 8, Pages 477-488. IET Power Electronics
2015 25. Dr. Keshav Patidar High step-up converters based on quadratic boost converter for micro-inverter, Volume 119, Pages 168-177. Electric Power Systems Research 2015 26. Dr. Keshav Patidar A step-up PWM DC-DC Converter for renewable energy applications, International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications 2015 27. Dr. Keshav Patidar Control of DC link voltage in quasi Z-source inverter by using one cycle control method IEEE International conference on, IIT Bombay, India 2014 28. Dr. Keshav Patidar One Cycle control of Z source and Quasi Z source DC-DC Converters 6th National Power Electronics Conference (NPEC), IIT Kanpur, India 2013 29. Dr. Keshav Patidar A space vector PWM signal generation for Z-source inverter using only sampled amplitudes of reference phase voltages with a unified method to implement different shoot through strategies Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems (PEDES), 2012 IEEE International Conference on, IISc. Bangalore, December 16-19, 2012. 2012 30. Dr. Sonu Sen Relativistic nonlinear propagation of rippled Gaussian laser beam in plasma, Vol. 127, pp-1245, 2016. International Journal of Light and Electron Optics, Optik [Elsevier-U.S.A.] 2016 31. Dr. Sonu Sen Distribution regimes of the intense laser beam in a self-consistent plasma channel, Vol. 116, pp-811, 2014. Applied Physics B: Laser and Optics, [Springer-Berlin] 2014 32. Dr. Sonu Sen Enhanced propagation and focusing of an intense laser beam in high density magnetized plasma, Vol. 11, pp-80, 2014. High Energy Density Physics, [Elsevier-U.S.A.] 2014 33. Dr. Sonu Sen Study of Transport Properties with Relativistic Ponderomotive Effect in Two-Electron Temperature Plasma, Vol. 1591, pp-1327, 2014. American Institute of Physics: Conf. Proc. 34. Dr. Sonu Sen Role of density profiles for the nonlinear propagation of intense laser beam through plasma channel, Vol. 2014 pp-472740, 2014. Advances in Optical Technologies, [Hindawi] 2014 35. Dr. Sonu Sen Propagation of Electromagnetic Wave in Underdense and Overdense Plasma, Vol. 13, pp-235, 2014. International Journal of Condensed Matter, Advanced Materials and Superconductivity Research, Nova Science Publication, New York [U. S. A.] 2014 36. Dr. Sonu Sen Self-Induced Transmission of Gaussian Laser Beam Propagation through High-Density Plasma. 8th International conference on the frontiers of plasma physics and technology, Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, Chile, April 3-7, 2017. 2017 37. Dr. Sonu Sen Relativistic self-guidance in the magnetized plasma. 8th International conference on the frontiers of plasma physics and technology, Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, Chile, April 3-7, 2017. 2017 38. Dr. Sonu Sen Propagation and density steepening of the Intense laser pulse with cold underdense plasma. 7th International conference on the frontiers of plasma physics and technology, Kochi, April 13-17, 2015. 2015 39. Dr. Sonu Sen Electromagnetic pulse propagation through a cold quantum inhomogeneous plasma. 7th International conference on the frontiers of plasma physics and technology, Kochi, April 13-17, 2015. 2015 40. Dr. Sonu Sen Self-Induced transmission of the intense laser beam in plasmas. International conference on Emerging Interfaces of Plasma Science and Technology, Vikram University Ujjain, March 9-10, 2015. 2015 41. Dr. Sonu Sen Relativistic guiding of cosh Gaussian laser beam through inhomogeneous plasmas. International conference on Emerging Interfaces of Plasma Science and Technology, Vikram University Ujjain, March 9-10, 2015. 2015 42. Dr. Sonu Sen Nonlinear Propagation of Rippled Gaussian Laser Beam in Plasma. 24th DAE-BRNS National Laser Symposium, Raja Ramanna Centre for Advance Technology, Indore, Dec 2-5, 2015. 2015 43. Dr. Sonu Sen Relativistic self-focusing of the rippled Gaussian laser beam in plasma with ramped density profile. 30th National symposium on Plasma Science and Technology, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata,Vol. 30, Dec 1-4, 2015. 2015 44. Dr. Mamta Thakur Modeling of Optimum dose (OD) for Carboquinone drivatives as Anti Leukemic Agent, 11, 1, 2017 (Accepted) Ind. Research Communication 2017 45. Dr. Mamta Thakur “Modeling of anti leukemic activity for Carboquinone using QSAR methodology Vol. 5, No. 3, 2016, 2147-2152. Int. J. of Res & Dev. in Pharmacy and Life Sciences 2016 46. Dr. Mamta Thakur Ligand Based Drug Design strategy for the modeling of Phenylalkylamines as a psychotomimetic agent, , 2015, 4,6, 1838-1845. Int. J. of Res & Dev. in Pharmacy and Life Sciences 2015 47. Dr. Mamta Thakur Docking Studies of Benzodiazepines as a Positive Allosteric Modulator of GABAA Receptor, 2015, 4,3,1577-1581. Int. J. of Res & Dev. in Pharmacy and Life Sciences 2015 48. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Analyzing the Effect of Voltage Variation in a Thin-Film Transistor with Silicon International Journal of Control Theory and Applications(IJCTA) Volume 9,Issue 41, December 2016 2016 49. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Comparative Analysis of 4-Bit and 8-Bit Galois Encoder in 90 nm Technology International Journal of Control Theory and Applications(IJCTA) Volume 9,Issue 41, December 2016 PP 13-21 2016 50. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra PUF Based challenge Response Pair For Secured Authentication International Journal of Control Theory and Applications(IJCTA), Volume 9,Issue 41, December 2016 PP 115-121 2016 51. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra A Study on Active Inductor based VCO to Implement PLL Frequency Synthesizer for Zigbee Standard Indian Journal of Science and Technology(INDJST), Volume 9, Issue 44, November 2016 2016 52. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra A REVIEW: Electronic Dual Fuel Injection System International Journal of Control Theory and Applications(IJCTA) Volume 9,Issue 41, December 2016 PP 257-266 2016 53. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Circular Polarized Broad Band Microstrip Patch Antenna for C band International Journal of Control Theory and Applications(IJCTA) ,Volume 9,Issue 41, December 2016 PP 191-197 2016 54. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Comparative Analysis of Voltage Controlled Oscillator using CMOS Indian Journal of Science and Technology(INDJST),Volume-9,issue14, Apr.,2016 2016 55. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Comparative analysis of the diffthe erent algorithm for design of high-speed multiplier accumulator unit (MAC) Indian Journal of Science and Technology(INDJST),Volume-9,issue6,Feb.2016 2016 56. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Design of a High performance 4 Bit multiplier using UT algorithm with Domino Logic Information Technology, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference (IEMCON), 2016 IEEE explore DOI: 10.1109/IEMCON.2016.7746089 2016 57. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Challenge- Response Generation Using RO-PUF with Reduced Hardware ” Intl. Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI), Sept. 21-24, 2016, Jaipur, India, DOI:10.1109/ICACCI.2016.7732227 2016 58. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Bandwidth Enhancement of a Backfire Microstrip Patch Antenna for Pervasive Communication International Journal of Antennas and propagation Hindawi Publishing Corporation 2014 59. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Linear Block Equalizers in Rayleigh Fading Channel with Normalized Channel Impulse Response International Journal of Computer Applications 2014 60. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Design of broadband erbium-doped fiber amplifier using very high-speed integrated circuit hardware description language for next-generation optical network Optical Engineering(SPIE) 2011 61. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Current Distribution and Dispersion Analysis for Different Dielectric Substrates of Microstrip Line by Using SONNET IEEE International Conference on Advances in Engineering & Technology Research (ICAETR – 2014) 2014 62. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Multiple T-slot compact and ultra-wideband Microstrip Patch Antenna for WiMAX Application IEEE Students’ Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science (SCEECS) 01 Mar – 02 Mar 2014 2014 63. Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra Return Loss and Bandwidth Enhancement Using Back Fire Microstrip Patch Antenna Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 299, DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322-1823-4_8, © Springer India 2014 2014 64. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Measurement of service Quality of an Automobile Service Centre International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 9 – 10, 2010 2010 65. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Impact Assessment of Service Quality Strategies in an Automobile Service Centr AIMS International Conference on Management, at IIM Ahmadabad, January 1-4, 2011 2011 66. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Technology Life Cycle: A Case Study Associated with sound storage Medium” 1. Business Technology Conference, Truba College of Engineering and Technology, Indore 13-14 March 2009 2009 67. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Information Improvement of supply Chain through Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) 1. Business Technology Conference, Truba College of Engineering and Technology, Indore 13-14 March 2009. 2009 68. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Prioritization of Voice of Customers by using Kano Questionnaires and Data Envelopment Analysis International Journal of Industrial Engineering Research and Development (IJIERD), 2013 69. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Identification and Categorization of Quantifiable Characteristics of Service Quality for an Automobile Service Centre International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), 2014 70. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Input-Output Model for Formulating Service Quality Strategies Industrial Engineering Journal (IIIE), 2014 71. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Customer Importance Rating of Service Quality Dimensions for Automobile Service International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST) 2014 72. Dr. Satyendra Sharma Kinematic analysis of package convey mechanism International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), 2016 73. Dr. Satyendra Sharma “Design Improvement In Drag Conveyor Chain IVth International Conference on Production & Industrial Engineering (CPIE-2016), Jalandhar, December 19-21, 2016
|S.N.||Investigator Name||RESEARCH PROJECT NAME||GRANTS IF ANY/ Sponsored Agency
|1||Dr. Yogesh Pandya
|Noise control of HVAC System
As a co-investigator
|AIMIL Ltd. Mumbai / IIT Indore|
|2||Dr. Yogesh Pandya
|Vibration measurement and reduction of Philips JMG As a co-investigator||Philips India Ltd. /IIT Indore|
S.N. Name of Industry Sector 1 MAN TRUCKS INDIA PVT LTD Automobile 2 VE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Automobile 3 AVTEC Limited automotive transmission 4 HI TECH METAL FORMINGS Automation 5 JCB India Limited Automobile/ Automation 6 LUCAS-NULLE Training Consultant 7 Mahindra Two wheelers Automobile
S.N. Name of Industry No. of Students 1 MAN TRUCKS INDIA PVT LTD 3 2 VE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 3 3 JCB India Limited 3 4 Mahindra two wheelers 2 5 AVTEC Limited 3 6 International Automotive Components(IAC) 2