Department of Electronics Engineering

Joint Project

Dept. data last updated on :27/09/2022

Collaborative Projects

1.     Co-investigator(s): Prof. Omar Farooq

The project entitled "Linguistic activation and bi-directional reading: an eye tracker and electroencephalogram investigation " funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), GOI for 03 years 2018-2021 with a grant of Rs 37.3788 lacs under the principal investigator Dr. Azizuddin Khan, Department of Humanities and Social sciences, IIT Bombay, and co-investigators (1) Prof. Syed Imtiaz Hasnain, Department of Linguistic, AMU Aligarh and (2) Prof. Omar Farooq, Department of Electronics Engineering, AMU Aligarh.

2.     Investigator(s): Prof. Muhmmad Shah Alam

INSA, Govt. of India, & DFG, Govt. of Germany, Grant, Indian PI: Prof. Muhmmad Shah Alam, Performance Comparison of state-of-art CMOS and SiGe LNA for Multi-band Wireless, 2014. German PI: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Schroeter, Chair for Electron Devices and Integrated Circuits, Technical University Dresden, Germany.

3.     Co-investigator(s): Prof. Omar Farooq

Collaborative R&D project sanctioned by MICT to IIT Delhi, AMU and GH Patel College of Engg. & Tech. Gujarat. On “Wireless Body Area Network for Health Monitoring” (Rs 79.32 Lacs) 2011-14.

4.     Co-investigator(s): Prof. Omar Farooq

Collaborative research project between Electrical Engineering, AMU, Electronics Engineering, AMU and Department of Neurology, AIIMS; sanctioned by Department of Biotechnology, “Automatic detection of non-convulsive seizure on scalp recorded Electroencephalogram (EEG)”, Rs 25.30 lacs for two years, 2011-2013.

5.     Co-investigator(s): Prof. Omar Farooq

UKIERI Standard Project in Collaboration with IIT Delhi, AIIMS, Kingston University, UK, and Loughborough University, U.K. on ‘Mobile Communication To Improve Monitoring of Heart Diseases and Diabetes’. The project duration was from 2007-2012 and is worth £133,878. 

6.     Co-investigator(s): Prof. Ekram Khan

Completed a collaborative project sponsored by Office of Communication (OfCom), London, UK with the University of Essex, UK. The project was aimed to predict the performance of future video codecs in 10-20 years' time.