Indian Institute of Technology
The program aims to enable participants to identify opportunities and design real-time experiments for discovering market needs and validate their riskiest assumptions.
The project, Pencil Lead as a Graphite-Silica composite anode for high-performance Lithium-ion Batteries, by Alok Pandey, a student of Department of Chemical Engineering was chosen for the award
Using molecular dynamics simulations, the research team have shown that introducing electrostatic interaction sites on potential drug molecules can enhance the efficacy of the antiviral drug against the HIV virus.
We have developed a pilot version of LakshmanRekha mobile application and tested it over small datasets. The obtained results are very good and now we are working to add more functionality, scalability and usability to make it ready for deployment
India-Japan joint research project has been designed collaboratively by Japan Science and Technology Agency and Japan International Cooperation Agency
PURE EV researchers designed ANN-based algorithms for the system called ‘BaTRics Faraday,’ which identify the defects in various series in the battery and also auto heals them
Warangal Urban: Biomedical signal analysis is a scientific discipline as well as technology frontier with immense applications, said Prof V Jagadeesh Kumar of the...
The research team from IIT-Guwahati has used the concept of chemically patterned SLIPS for the first time, to effectively harvest water from moist air.
Through this academic collaboration, both the institutes are expecting a significant boost in high quality research and foundation for further academic collaborations.
Department of Civil Engineering (CE), KITSW is organising an AICTE sponsored STTP on “Sustainable Materials and Resilient Structures-Philosophy, Design, Implementation and Performance” on the campus
Currently, a candidate is allowed only two attempts at IIT entrance exam, however, those in their final year or second attempt who could not take the exam this year will be given a relaxation
It also includes personalised health management systems, consumer electronics including but not restricted to washing machines and water pump monitoring systems.
According to the release, it has been named as 'ihub', which will serve as a solution for 356 fundamental technologies. The government has already released Rs 7.25 crores, out of the total sanction of Rs 135 crores for the next five years.
A native of remote Lingadharigudem in Thandur mandal, Komala was presented a shawl and a book by Teegala Srinivas, state committee member of Swaeros and Karre Rajasekhar, the body’s vice president for north zone.