Research and Development Cell - JRDC

James College of Engineering and Technology has been emphasizing on Research and development (R&D) in various areas of Engineering and Technology. Research and development flourishes where young minds generate new knowledge.

Vision

"To impart quality technical education theoretically and practically to make our scholars technologically superior and ethically stronger, who in turn shall enlighten the universe with the latest inventions."

Mission

"To facilitate young Engineers to acquire technical exposure in the areas of Networks, Image Processing, VLSI and Power Electronics, Opto Devices, Medical Electronics and to provide World Class Technical Education. It also aims at career improvement and personality development to cope with the existing environment".

Objective

  • Organizing National and International Conferences, Seminars and Workshops funded by the college and external agencies like AICTE, IEEE, ISTE, CSI, etc.
  • Encouraging Faculty Members and Students to apply for Patent right.
  • Encouraging Faculty Members to pursue Research.
Earthquake Engineering Research at JRDC Research on Micro and Nano Engineering at JRDC Very Large Scale Integration - VLSI at JRDC Green Computing Technology at JRDC

Earthquake Engineering

Civil Engineering

Micro and Nano Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Very Large Scale Integration - VLSI

Electrical Engineering

Green Technology

Information and Communication Engineering

Research Domains [Engineering and Computer Technology]

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Faculty of Civil Engineering

  • Earthquake Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Damage and Fracture Mechanics
  • Soil Reinforcement and Geosynthetics
  • Computational Mechanics and Modeling
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Water Resources Management

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

  • Biomechanical Engineering and Health
  • Controls and Dynamics of Complex Systems
  • Energy Science and Technology
  • Green and Sustainable Technologies
  • Energy Science and Technology
  • Micro and Nano Engineering
  • Ocean Engineering

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

  • Power Systems
  • Communication Systems
  • Control System
  • Power Electronics
  • GSM/GPRS
  • GPS
  • RFID
  • Robotics
  • VLSI Design

Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering

  • Green Computing and Communications
  • Data Warehousing and Mining
  • Parallel, Distributed Systems
  • Networking and Communication
  • Mobile Computing
  • Biometrics
  • Signal Processing
  • Bioinformatics and Biomedical Computing
  • Mobile adhoc Networks

Academic Research

James College of Engineering and Technology is Dedicated to the life and memory of our parents, who abruptly left us to be with the Lord. taking away forever the very special feeling eith which we grew...James College of Engineering and Technology is Dedicated to the life and memory of our parents, who abruptly left us to be with the Lord. taking away forever the very special feeling eith which we grew...

Undergraduate Student Research

Postgraduate Student Research

Summer Research Programs

Publications [National and International Journals]

Sl. No. Title Author
1 SECURITY RISKS IN AD-HOC ROUTING PROTOCOLS International J. of Engg. Research & Indu. Appls. (IJERIA). ISSN 0974-1518, Vol.2, No.V (2009), pp 87-97 S. JEYA AND C. T. K. AMARNATH
Sl. No. Title Author
1 SECURITY RISKS IN AD-HOC ROUTING PROTOCOLS International J. of Engg. Research & Indu. Appls. (IJERIA). ISSN 0974-1518, Vol.2, No.V (2009), pp 87-97 S. JEYA AND C. T. K. AMARNATH
2 SECURITY RISKS IN AD-HOC ROUTING PROTOCOLS International J. of Engg. Research & Indu. Appls. (IJERIA). ISSN 0974-1518, Vol.2, No.V (2009), pp 87-97 S. JEYA AND C. T. K. AMARNATH
3 SECURITY RISKS IN AD-HOC ROUTING PROTOCOLS International J. of Engg. Research & Indu. Appls. (IJERIA). ISSN 0974-1518, Vol.2, No.V (2009), pp 87-97 S. JEYA AND C. T. K. AMARNATH

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