Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
KANPUR - 208 016


M. Anandakrishnan

Dhande, S.G.

Rajendra Govind Harshe D. V. Singh Inder Kumar Khosla

N. K. Sinha Smt. Snehlata Srivastava Ram Singh Nirjar

Aman Kumar Singh Manoj K. Harbola Ajai Jain


Dean, Faculty Affairs Brahma Deo Dean, Academic Affairs Thareja, R. K.

Dean, Research & Development K. Murlidhar Dean, Students’ Affairs Partha Chakraborty

Dean, Resource Planning & Generation Sanjeev K. Agarwal Registrar Kashalkar, S.S.

Chairman, SPGC Chairman, SUGC Head, Counselling Service Chairman, JEE-2008 Chairman, GATE, JMET, JAM-2008 Chairman, CDTE

Gupta V. K. Ghoshdastidar, P.S. Ghosh, A. K. Kalra, M. S. Dixit, Onkar Thareja, R.K.


Heads of Departments
& Interdisciplinary Programmes
(as on July, 2008)

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Aerospace Engineering: Biological Sciences & Bio-Eng’g: Chemical Engineering: Chemistry: Civil Engineering:


Kamle, S. Sinha, P. Bhattacharya, P .K. Chandrashekhar V. Dixit, Onkar Dixit, Onkar Agarwal, M. Dhande, S.G. Kalra, P .K. Neelakantan, G. Sharma, N.K. Das, U. Rajiv Shekhar Jitendra Kumar Chandra, P . Vyas, N.S. Vyas, N.S. Mohapatra Y.N.

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Environmental Eng. & Management: EEMP Computer Sciences & Eng.: Design Programme: Electrical Engineering: Humanities & Social Sciences: Industrial & Management Eng.: Laser Technology Programme: Materials & Metallurgical Eng.: Materials Science Programme: Mathematics & Sc. Computing: Mechanical Engineering: Nuclear Eng. & Technology: Physics: CSE DES EE HSS IME LTP MME MSP MTH ME NET PHY

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Deans of Academic Affairs
R. K. Thareja (06-08) Gautam Biswas (03-05) Krishna Kumar (00-02) N. K. Sharma (97-99) Vijay Gupta (94-96) S. Gupta (91-93) Ashwini Kumar (88-90) S. K. Gupta (85-87) R. Sharan (82-84) M. M. Oberai (79-80)

Publication Team
Thareja, R. K. Ghoshdastidar, P.S. Gupta, V. K. Naik, A. K. Dean, Academic Affairs Chairman, SUGC Chairman, SPGC Assistant Registrar, Academic


1. Academics at IIT Kanpur 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Educational Goals Academic Programmes & Degrees Awarded Undergraduate Programmes Postgraduate Programmes Admissions : Eligibility & Procedure Financial Assistance Reservation of Seats Registration Academic System & Method of Evaluation Change of Registration (Branch Change) Graduation Requirements Code of Conduct 1 2 5 7 8 12 13 13 14 18 18 18 20 32 53 73 83 95 108 136 160 166 172 195 247 271 274 301 307 347 372 378

Core Courses Science Electives Courses in Aerospace Engineering Courses in Biological Sciences & Bio-Engineering Courses in Chemical Engineering Courses in Chemistry Courses in Civil Engineering Courses in Computer Sciences & Engineering

10. Courses in Design Programme 11. Courses in Environmental Engineering and Management 12. Courses in Electrical Engineering 13. Courses in Humanities & Social Sciences 14. Courses in Industrial & Management Engineering 15. Courses in Laser Technology 16. Courses in Materials & Metallurgical Engineering 17. Courses in Materials Science 18. Courses in Mathematics & Statistics 19. Courses in Mechanical Engineering 20. Courses in Nuclear Engineering & Technology 21. Courses in Physics


The Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur is one of the seven institutions which were established by the Government of India to provide engineering and technological education of internationally recognised excellence. The Institute is located on the historic Grand Trunk Road ten kilometers west of Kanpur. It is a residential campus, planned and landscaped for environmental freedom. Halls of residence, faculty houses and community buildings surround a central cluster of buildings that house educational, administrative and research facilities. The first batch of 100 students arrived in 1960. The Institute today has more than 2000 undergraduate and 1700 postgraduate students, and a faculty of about 309. During the period 1962-72, IIT Kanpur benefited immensely from the technical assistance provided by a consortium of nine leading Institutions of the U.S.A. The faculty members from these institutions advised the Institute in the initial setting up of the teaching and research facilities and in the installation of highly sophisticated equipment for the laboratories. The assistance programme was made possible jointly by the Government of India and the Government of the United States through the U.S. Agency for International Development. From its very inception, IIT Kanpur has striven to develop itself into an institution of excellence in education and research befitting the spirit of modern India. In its quest for excellence, IIT Kanpur has internalised a drive to rise to the contemporary and future demands of need-oriented education. The Institute is now recognised as a major centre of training in engineering, sciences and several interdisciplinary areas. In addition to training students in formal undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the Institute is involved with continuing education, research in basic sciences, engineering, and humanities and social sciences as well as research and development in areas of value to Industry and Government. The Institute has considerably strengthened its facilities and faculty to participate in a major way in national scientific and technological endeavours. The Institute has always made special efforts to admit high quality students. The undergraduates, admitted through the Joint Entrance Examination conducted all over the country; represent India’s most promising young talents. Twenty-two-anda-half per cent of the seats in the first-year class are reserved for the scheduled caste/scheduled tribe students. Special curricula evolved for such students ensure their joining the main stream of academic activities quickly and without undue psychological and emotional problems. A number of innovations have been introduced such as the slow-paced programme and academic assistance by senior students, etc.


Educational Goals

In a world that is fast changing, an engineer/scientist must constantly update his knowledge. Forever interrogating the methods and techniques of the profession, new knowledge continually deepens and broadens the vision of the professional. Intellectual alertness, creativity and talent for innovation will be essential for professional competence more than ever in the future. Keeping this in mind, the objective goals of IIT Kanpur can be formulated as follows: — — — To prepare carefully selected students for the highest level of education in technology and science aimed at producing competent, creative and imaginative engineers and scientists; To promote higher studies and research with a spirit of free and objective enquiry in different fields of knowledge; To attract distinguished faculty who by their scholarship, learning and research contribute to the rapidly growing structures of knowledge and professional excellence; 1

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To foster inter-disciplinary approaches and inter-departmental involvement in the educational programme by bringing together faculty and student; To promote contact with, and be of service to industries, government and civic organisations through research efforts, consultations, conferences and short-term intensive courses on current developments in technology and science; To develop the Institute to a critical magnitude ensuring significant contributions to the technical manpower and research needs of the nation, and also to provide an intellectual reservoir for the growing demands of a developing nation.


Academic programmes and Degrees awarded

IIT Kanpur conducts 10 different educational programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate (including doctoral) levels. A list of the different programmes, including the number of sanctioned seats† in each, is given below.
Seats 1. Programme: Nature: Degree: Duration: Disciplines: B.Tech. Undergraduate (UG) Bachelor of Technology 4 years (8 semesters) → Aerospace Engineering → Biological Sciences and Bio-Engineering → Chemical Engineering → Civil Engineering → Computer Science & Engineering → Electrical Engineering → Mechanical Engineering → Materials and Metallurgical Engineering IIT-JEE Passed Class XII with 60% or equivalent B.Tech.-M.Tech. Dual degree Bachelor of Technology Master of Technology 5 years (10 semesters) → Aerospace Engineering → Chemical Engineering → Civil Engineering → Computer Science & Engineering → Electrical Engineering → Mechanical Engineering IIT-JEE Passed Class XII with 60% or equivalent 352*

25 26 40 53 34 65 48 61

Entry: Eligibility: 2. Programme: Nature: Degrees: Duration: Disciplines:


7 10 15 26 21 17

Entry: Eligibility:

* indicates intake per year

† Institute reserves the right of not filling-up sanctioned seats under special circumstances, such as nonavailability of suitable candidates, or inadequate scholarship funds, etc. 2


Programme: Nature: Degree: Duration: Disciplines:

Entry: Eligibility : 4. Programme: Nature: Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility:

M.Tech. Postgraduate (PG) Master of Technology 2 years (4 semesters) → Aerospace Engineering → Biological Sciences & Bio-Engineering → Chemical Engineering → Civil Engineering → Computer Science & Engineering → Electrical Engineering → Environmental Eng’g & Management → Mechanical Engineering → Materials and Metallurgical Engineering → Materials Science → Industrial & Management Engineering → Nuclear Engineering and Technology → Laser Technology GATE B.E. or B.Tech. or equivalent M.Des. Postgraduate (PG) Master of Design 2 years (4 semesters) → Design CEED Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Design or Architecture


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Programme: Nature : Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility :

D.IIT. Postgraduate (PG) Diploma of the Indian Institute of Technology 1 year (2 semesters)

B.Tech. or M.Sc. or equivalent + sponsorship by a recognized industry M.B.A. Postgraduate (PG) Master of Business Administration 2 years (4 semesters) → Management JMET B.E. or B.Tech. or equivalent 103


Programme: Nature : Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility :



Sc. Programme: Nature: Degrees: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility: M. 9 9 10.D.Sc. Programme: Nature: Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility: Integrated M. (Two-year) Undergraduate (UG) Master of Science 2 years (4 semesters) → Chemistry → Physics → Mathematics → Statistics IIT-JAM B. Programme: Nature : Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Ph. 120 28 38 27 27 9.7.-Ph.Sc. (Five-year) Undergraduate (UG) Master of Science 5 years (10 semesters) → Chemistry → Economics → Physics → Mathematics & Scientific Computing IIT-JEE Passed Class XII with 60% or equivalent 93* 18 25 18 32 8.D.Sc. Programme: Nature: Degree: Duration: Disciplines: Entry: Eligibility : M.Sc. Dual degree Master of Science Doctor of Philosophy Max. Postgraduate (PG) Doctor of Philosophy Max. 5 years (10 semesters) → Aerospace Engineering → Biological Sciences and Bio-Engineering → Chemical Engineering → Civil Engineering 1023 47 40 81 91 4 . 6 years (12 semesters) → Physics IIT-JAM B.

The Integrated M.Sc.Tech. 2.3 Undergraduate programmes Students who have qualified in the IIT-JEE Examination after passing Standard XII may be admitted to one of 1. culminates in a project involving the application of modern analysis and design techniques. The professional programme. Engineering Sciences. and Humanities and Social Sciences. Physics.Tech. An important feature of the undergraduate programmes in IIT Kanpur is the large number of elective courses which provides the students considerable freedom to develop academically according to their individual tastes. The first component is the Core programme common to all students and is carefully planned to give the students a strong base of general education in Mathematics. or equivalent - Economics Philosophy Psychology 1. Chemistry.Tech. The course structure in the core curriculum provides for large lecture classes with tutorial discussion hours and laboratory sessions in smaller groups The second component of the undergraduate programme includes professional courses and a project in the chosen branch of specialisation. Most of the departments organise educational tours and training during the professional part of the programme. while providing the flexibility of having laboratory courses often independent of the lecture classes.Tech.-M.→ → → → → → → → → → → → Computer Science & Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Materials & Metallurgical Engineering Materials Science Industrial & Management Engineering Nuclear Engineering and Technology Chemistry Physics Mathematics Statistics Humanities & Social Sciences . 3. (Four-year) programme. The B. or M. The B. Technical Arts.Sc (Five-year) programme. One of the key features of core and professional courses in IIT Kanpur is the great stress laid on 5 . All these programmes have two components.English 32 64 89 52 28 40 4 201 89 101 – 64 Entry: Eligibility : Sociology GATE and/or Written test & Interview M. (Dual degree) (Five-year) programme.

after which they concentrate on their doctoral research. degree only1 . Every Department has a Departmental Undergraduate Committee (DUGC) for the micro-management of undergraduate programmes in that Department.Tech.-Ph.Tech. 1. These bodies also conduct.Sc. At the end of five years.D. (Dual degree) programme (currently only available in the Physics Department) spend their first five semesters doing course work.problem-solving and practical applications of the theoretical knowledge gained in the lectures. Audio-visual aids are being increasingly introduced. 3000/.Tech.Tech.Sc. receiving both B. granting of long and short leave. they graduate. programme. identification of students with deficient performance.Sc. degrees together. it is mandatory that some of the members of all these bodies be students of the relevant programmes. There is no option of early exit with an M.and M. and makes specific recommendations to the Academic Senate of IIT Kanpur.Tech. The M. on behalf of the Dean of Academic Affairs. especially by the newer faculty members. which is the highest body for making policy in all academic matters. mostly in common with their peers in the M. degree only‡. Typical matters under the jurisdiction of these bodies are approval of every student’s academic registration in every semester. receiving both M. Students of the M. Students who enter this programme and maintain a good academic performance are given a token scholarship of Rs. consideration of mercy appeals.Tech. Students who have qualified in the IIT-JAM Examination after securing a B. or equivalent degree from a recognized University may be admitted to one of 4.Tech.-Ph. etc.D. (Two-year) programme. they graduate. Institute reserves the sole right to make the decision in such cases.Sc. 6 . Students of the B.D. There is no option of early exit with a B.Sc. a student reaction survey for each course. with several electives courses catering to individual the first three semesters. programme. (Dual degree) programme spend their first seven semesters doing undergraduate courses together with the students of the B. which is on par with that given to students of M. (Dual degree) programme Such students undergo an intensive training in professional courses. 5. while the last three semesters are spent doing postgraduate courses together with the students of the M.4 Postgraduate programmes The goals of the Postgraduate Programmes at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur comprise 1 unless the student’s performance is so poor that he/she is considered incapable of securing the higher degree. Students in this programme who have good academic performance are given a scholarship in the final year. deletion of obsolete courses.Sc. At the end of the programme. These committees make specific recommendations to the Senate Undergraduate Committee (SUGC). in which the students are encouraged to provide their free and frank opinions about each course.-M. which ensures uniformity between Departments and programmes. after which they get the regular Assistantship at par with other doctoral students.Tech. programmes. (Two-year) programme. The M.Sc. degrees together. and Ph. without identifying themselves. In keeping with the democratic traditions of IIT Kanpur. approval of new courses.

.Tech.e. There is a growing demand for specially trained graduates in the field of Design for the national and international industries.E. in the appropriate area. where advanced topics relevant to their research areas are taught. the student is expected to defend the 7 . they should have a capacity for free and objective enquiry. in which he/she exhibits mastery over the current state of knowledge in the specific area of research. B. programmes for sponsored candidates from the industries as well as research organizations. Students who have passed the qualifying examination. which tests the student’s all-round expertise in the subject. programme of two semesters. Admission is also allowed in the M. The postgraduate programme of Design at IIT Kanpur seeks to meet this requirement. a comprehensive and formal training through a curriculum is the need of the day. To meet the new challenge of design-related professions. and the capacity to learn continually and interact with multidisciplinary groups. every semester.Sc. All M.D. Only candidates sponsored by recognised Industries are eligible for the D. deep understanding of their area of specialisation. the programmes are designed to include submission of a thesis through which a student may develop his/her concepts and intellectual skills. A postgraduate student will typically be enrolled for three or four courses each semester. These programmes with their courses and specialised research aim to prepare students for their professions by enabling a perspective and breadth of knowledge related to the principal divisions of their respective fields of specialisation. Admission is made once a year through the CEED examination and an interview for short-listed candidates. Students in Ph./B. Candidates for admission must have passed the JMET Examination. already recognised for its excellence in engineering and science education. awareness and sensitivity to the needs and aspirations of society. has made a strategic move with the introduction of the MBA programme that aims to become the best in management education. When the research work is completed. After a semester. innovative ability to solve new problems. courage and integrity. Sponsored candidates do not need to qualify GATE and are not eligible for scholarship. Before commencing their doctoral work. and hold a valid GATE score may be admitted to the M. which is either obtained through a regular programme or may be awarded honoris causa to eminent personalities.. programmes are expected to do some course work. The highest degree awarded by IIT Kanpur is the Ph. following which he/she is expected to write up the doctoral thesis. students admitted through this process who have good academic performance are eligible for scholarship.programme.Tech. until he/she attains the necessary levels of competence before embarking on his/her research thesis.the following: “The development of the highest quality of scientific and engineering manpower to cater to the needs of Industry.IIT.Tech. While the actual research work is in progress. or M. IIT Kanpur. i. each student’s progress is monitored by a threemember Peer Review Committee.Tech.” With this end in view. every student is required to appear for a Comprehensive Examination. the student is expected to present a State-of-the-Art seminar. R & D Organisations and Educational Institutions who shall have a broad grasp of the fundamental principles of sciences and the scientific method.D. Above all. This is then examined and when the thesis reports are all available. the student must present an Open Seminar. which serves to enhance a student’s engineering skills beyond the Bachelor’s level. The Institute also offers part-time postgraduate programmes leading to the M. Typical matters under the jurisdiction of these bodies are approval of every student’s academic registration in every semester. granting of long and short leave. in July. (Integrated) Programmes Admissions are made once a year.T. Joint Entrance Examination. These committees make specific recommendations to the Senate Postgraduate Committee (SPGC). Application fees are Rs.5 Admissions : Eligibility and Procedure Admission to the different academic programmes at I. these bodies also conduct. the regular degree is awarded at the next Institute Convocation. identification of students with deficient performance.for SC/ST and all female candidates). The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website (http://www. As in the case of undergraduate programmes. together with the procedure. degree for the local (professionally) employed personnel such as working engineers. 500/. Selection for admission is made through the Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE).jee. monitoring of research progress through seminars. which ensures uniformity between Departments and programmes.iitk. A candidate may appear a maximum of two times for this examination .1 B. a student reaction survey for each course.Sc. IIT Kanpur also admits a limited number of foreign students. Details of this are available on the website (as above). it is mandatory that some of the members of all these bodies be students of the relevant programmes. The majority of students are admitted through all-India competitive examinations which are common to all seven IITs as well as some other main. Tech. Varanasi or ISM. 1000/.iitk. assessment of thesis reports. The candidate must not be or have been a registered student in any IIT or IT-BHU. Tech. & M.htm . are available on the website at in the year of appearing for final year of 10+2 and one in the following year. & Ph. approval of new courses. scientists and teachers who can regularly attend classes/courses.5. Kanpur 208 016 or various branches of major Banks (see website for details). which is the highest body for making policy in all academic matters. Indian Institute of Technology.thesis in a Viva-voce examination. 1.(Rs.-M. Provisions for foreign students. Every Department has a Departmental Postgraduate Committee (DPGC) for the micro-management of postgraduate programmes in that Department. The candidates must not be more than 25 years of age (30 years for SC/ST/PD) candidates on October 1 in the year of admission. Kanpur is based on merit alone.Tech. 8 . The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should have passed the final examination of 10+2 or equivalent with 60% marks or equivalent (55% or equivalent for SC/ST/PD1 candidates). held in April every year.. and makes specific recommendations to the Academic Senate of IIT Kanpur. Successful candidates are offered choice of stream on the basis of All-India rank in JEE and preferences of the candidate. In keeping with the democratic traditions of IIT Kanpur.I. Application forms are available from The Chairman. deletion of obsolete courses. etc. Candidates for admission through these various competitive examinations should be Indian citizens. consideration of mercy appeals. Some relaxations in the minimum criteria have been made for students appearing in the IIT-JEE2007. on behalf of the Dean of Academic Affairs.php) in September of the previous year. A student who qualifies this is immediately awarded a provisional degree. Dhanbad.

admission are available from The Assistant Registrar (Academic).Tech. Selection for admission is made through the all-IITs Joint Admission Test for M. gate/) in March/April & September.with the Organising Chairman of JAM (this changes from year to year).for SC/ST) for one test paper and Rs.5 or above and a CGPA of 8. the application fees are Rs.Sc.Tech.(Rs. Indian Institute of Technology. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). in gate/jam/) in February. 4000/.(Rs. There is no restriction on the age of the candidate or the number of attempts for GATE. The minimum academic qualification is that candidates 1 SC: Scheduled Caste. There is no restriction on the age of the candidate or the number of attempts for JAM. (Dual Degree) Programmes Admissions are made once a year.for SC/ ST). Joint Admission Test for M. Indian Institute of Technology.Sc. Further details are available on the GATE website (as above). Programme Admissions are made twice a year.5. but the admission would stand cancelled if the final examination is not over at the time of admission.Sc.iitk. (2-year) and M. Further details are available on the JAM website (as above). they will be eligible for Institute assistantship only if the overall CGPA is 8. In addition.Tech.5. If application is made online.2 M. Application forms for GATE are available from The Chairman. ST: Scheduled Tribe. but does not join the relevant IIT. Kanpur 208 Kanpur 208 016. which is refunded after the results are declared except in cases when the candidate is successful and accepts the offer of admission.D. or if the proof of minimum qualification is not submitted by September 30 in the year of admission. Application fees are Rs. The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Science from a recognized University with at least 55% marks in aggregate or equivalent (50% marks for SC/ST/PD candidates). Application forms for M. Candidates holding a Bachelor’s degree in the appropriate area from a recognized University who are sponsored by a recognized industry / research institution may also be considered. all candidates are required to deposit a sum of Rs. PD: Physically Disabled 9 .5. B. Students in the final year of the qualifying degree may also apply. 400/. 1.4 M.for a second test paper (in another subject).ac. 500/. 900/. Selection for admission is made through the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) conducted in February followed by an interview conducted by the Department to which the candidate is seeking admission. 500/. Successful candidates are offered choice of stream (where relevant) on the basis of their GATE score and performance in the Interview.0 or above). B.(Rs. In July. A. Programme: Admissions are made once a year. Kanpur 208 016. The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website (http://www. Application forms are available from The Chairman. Indian Institute of Technology. graduates from IITs with an overall CGPA of 6. 1000/.Sc. 250/. or some designated branches of the Canara Bank (see website for details).for SC/ST). The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should hold a Bahelor’s degree in Engineering or a Master’s degree in Science in the appropriate area from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks or equivalent (no marks restriction for SC/ST/PD candidates) as well as a valid GATE score. The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website (http://www.3 M. (JAM).-Ph.1. in July and December. 200/. (JAM) conducted in May.iitk. Application fees are Rs.0 or above in the final two semesters may also apply (however. Successful candidates are offered choice of stream on the basis of All-India rank in JAM and preferences of the candidate.

in/ime and the filled-in forms should be sent to The Convenor DPGC.for SC/ST candidates). Successful candidates are called for an Interview/ Group Discussion conducted by the relevant Department and admission is granted based on the results if this. 300/. There is no restriction on the age of the candidate. Application forms for JMET are available from The Chairman.Des. Application fees are Rs. or if the proof of minimum qualification is not submitted by September 30 in the year of admission. Kanpur 208 016. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).6 D. but the admission would stand cancelled if the final examination is not over at the time of admission.iitk.IIT.(Rs.Filled-in application forms should be sent to The Convenor DPGC. 500/. 400/. Kanpur 208 016. 1. 1. The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering. Students in the final year of the qualifying degree may also apply. the application fees are Rs. Selection for admission is made through the Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) held in December of the previous year. If application is made online. Application forms for M. 1000/.(Rs. Candidates holding degrees in Fine Arts or Interior Design are not eligible to apply for this programme. website (as above). IIT. Design or Architecture from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks or equivalent (no marks restriction for SC/ST/ PD candidates) as well as a valid CEED/GATE score. but the admission would stand cancelled if the final examination is not over at the time of admission. Programme: Admissions are made twice a year.for SC/ST).for SC/ST). There is no restriction on the age of the candidate or the number of attempts for CEED. Programme: Admissions are made twice a year. IIT. 400/.in/ doaa) in April. programme will be called for a written test and/or interview for selection.(Rs. 900/.iitk. admission are available on the website at the URL http://www. Candidates for admission to the D.iitk. in July and Selection for admission is made through the Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED).5 M. Design Programme. The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website (http://www. the application fees are Rs.5.should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with at least 60% marks or equivalent from a recognized University (no marks restriction for SC/ST/PD candidates) as well as a valid JMET score. in July and December. Candidates from the Architecture stream may also apply provided they have Mathematics as a subject at the 10+2 level. Further details are available on the M. Students in the final year of the qualifying degree may also apply.A. Des. If application is made . 700/. The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or a Master’s degree in Science in the appropriate area from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks or equivalent (no marks restriction for SC/ST/PD candidates) and must be sponsored by a recognized industry. or if the proof of minimum qualification is not submitted by September 30 in the year of admission. Application forms for admission to the M. Kanpur 208 Successful candidates are called for an Interview conducted by the relevant Department and admission is granted based on the results if this. programme are available on the website at the URL http://www. Further details are available on the GATE website (as above).ac.5. 800/. IME Department. 10 .(Rs. The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website ( gate/) in Application fees are Rs. Indian Institute of Technology. There is no restriction on the age of the candidate or the number of attempts for JMET.for SC/ST).

Programme : Admissions are made twice a year. scientists and teachers who can regularly attend classes/courses.D. Further details are available on the GATE website (as above). Kanpur 208 016.(Rs. outstanding applicants holding a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with not less than 75% marks or equivalent may also be considered for admission.iitk.8 Part-time Postgraduate Programmes The Institute also offers part-time postgraduate programmes leading to the M. Kanpur 208016. However. D.iitk.5.D.D. You can also apply online at the URL http://www.iitk.5. & Ph. 200/.for SC/ST). Indian Institute of Technology. The advertisement appears in all the leading dailies and on the website (http://www. The employer must expressly undertake to pay full salary to the candidate and relieve him/her to stay on the campus to enable the candidate to complete his/her minimum residence There is no restriction on the age of the candidate or the number of attempts for GATE. in July and December. programmes in engineering. library and computational facilities.5.D. Department of árelevant departmentñ.1. 100/ External Registration for Ph.(Rs. Selection for admission is made through the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) conducted in February followed by a written test and/or interview conducted by the Department to which the candidate is seeking admission. 1000/(Rs.D. Successful candidates are admitted on the basis of their GATE score and performance in the written test and/or interview. 400/ .D. Filled-in admission forms should be sent to The Convenor DPGC. Admission is also encouraged in Ph. Department of 〈 relevant department〉 Interested candidates should contact The Convenor DPGC. The minimum academic qualification is that candidates should hold a Master’s degree in the appropriate area from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks or equivalent (no marks restriction for SC/ST/PD candidates) as well as a valid GATE score. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). Tech.D. External registration is permitted only after the department concerned has satisfied itself that the sponsoring organisation of the candidate is equipped with necessary facilities for research including the availability of a co-supervisor. the application fees are Rs. Application forms for Ph. Admission for sponsored candidates from industries as well as research organisations is also available in the Ph. IIT. Ph. Application forms for GATE are available from The Chairman. programmes for external registration to the personnel of R&D establishments which are equipped with necessary laboratory. 500/. programme. 11 . Kanpur 208016. If application is made online. programmes A candidate working in an R&D establishment which is equipped with the necessary research and library facilities may be considered for admission only to the Ph. 1. Application fees for GATE are gate/) in March/April & September. Such a candidate must be sponsored by his/her employer and must have been in employment with the sponsoring organization for at least two years at the time of admission. 900/. admission are available from the website at the URL http://www. degree for local (professionally) employed personnel such as working engineers. 1. Application fees are Rs.for SC/ST). Candidates for entry to Ph. programmes in Sciences and in Humanities & Social Sciences who have qualified the UGC/CSIR NET for Fellowship (not just Lecturereship) may also be considered.for SC/ST).

facts and/or giving false information. the Counselling Service and the Senate Scholarships and Prizes Committee (SSPC). etc. tuition waiver)./ Ph. students. In addition to the students admitted with financial assistance. A student is expected to devote up to eight hours per week towards job(s) assigned to him/her. IIT.D. etc.7 Reservation of Seats In all the Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG) programmes of IIT Kanpur. 1. The scholarships. Assistantships are awarded on a semester-to-semester basis for a period of up to three semesters for M. The renewal of assistantship is contingent on the student’s satisfactory performance in the academic programme and in the discharge of assistantship duties. The stipend for the assistantship is paid at the approved rates. Additional assistantships in the form of scholarships. He/she should also provide the curriculum vitae of the prospective supervisor who would supervise the candidate’s work at his/ her organization. in consultation with the Head of the Department concerned.Tech. Administration of these is carried out by the Dean of Academic Affairs and the Dean of Student Affairs. are paid up to the month in which a student completes all the requirements of his/her undergraduate programme. such as.6. and for a Ph. students and up to five years for Ph. student is done only once. partially or wholly. fellowships. 1. the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). These scholarships. A student on teaching/research assistantship is also reimbursed for some contingency expenses as per the approved terms and procedures as notified from time to time. if he/she is on an Institute Assistantship.Tech. etc..D. students may also be admitted to the M. Department of Atomic Energy (DAE). received during the academic session in which he/ she leaves the Institute. Such reimbursement for a M.1 For Undergraduate Students A number of Merit-cum-Means scholarships. etc.6. and endowment scholarships /fellowships are awarded to the undergraduate students according to the rules and procedures laid down by the Senate. Department of árelevant departmentñ.A candidate applying for admission to the external registration programme must provide detailed information about the research facilities available at his/her organization and a certificate that these would be available to him/her for carrying out research. are liable to be withdrawn. deliberate concealment of material. Applications should be made to The Convenor DPGC. free basic messing and pocket allowance (for SC/ST categories). etc. a certain number 12 .e. student annually for the first four years of his/her programme. Some financial assistantships in the form of research assistantships may also be available from sponsored research projects.Tech. in case of misconduct. programmes on a self-financing basis. freeships (i. Kanpur 208016. may be available through other organizations. 1.6 Financial Assistance IIT Kanpur provides financial assistance to many students through a variety of schemes.D.2 For Postgraduate Students The Institute may provide to postgraduate students. financial assistance in the form of teaching or research assistantships (referred to as Institute Assistantship). 1. A student leaving the Institute on his/her own accord without completing the programme of study may be required to refund the amount of scholarship.

The candidate is required to submit documents of having passed the qualifying examination by the last date given in the Academic Calendar to get his/her registration regularized. A list of courses to be offered during the semester is put up on the notice boards/ website for On-line Academic Registration (OARS).0 % 7. On completion of the preparatory course and passing of the examination conducted by the Institute. unless they are compelled to do otherwise by some regulation.Sc. The registration procedure involves: 1.1 Preparatory Course In case the reserved seats in the first year of B. a student is likely to submit his/her thesis within two weeks from the commencement of classes. for each course to be registered. the candidates are offered admission to the first year of B.Tech. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes (ST) : 3. 3.Tech.Tech. Ph. A student who awaits the final result of the qualifying examination is allowed to register provisionally on submission of a certificate from his/her last institution stating that he/she has appeared in the final examination (both theory and practical) before the date of joining IIT Kanpur. signing of the registration roll in the office of the Dean.5 % Admission is granted to such candidates provided they fulfill the basic educational requirements and possess the requisite aptitude as well as proficiency in the area of their choice. as per the programme. Students are normally expected to register for the full academic load (as described in this bulletin) every semester. students who are not on authorized leave must continue to register in the following semester till they submit their thesis. All M. 1. if any. The responsibility for registration rests solely with the student concerned.Tech.D.Tech. however. 2. No student is allowed to register for more than two courses during the Summer term. other SC/ST candidates (who appeared in JEE and satisfy certain relaxed conditions) are offered admission to the Preparatory Course of one year duration in Physics. 1. This period will not be extended in any case. Chemistry. Students Affairs.Tech. on the dates specified in the Academic Calendar.5 % 3. (Integrated) programmes against the vacant reserved seats of the year of their appearance in JEE/entry in the Preparatory Course. (Integrated) remain vacant.-M. (Dual degree) / M. Mathematics and English../ B. If. A student must ensure that he/she has completed the pre-requisites. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) : 2./ M. Candidates who are Physically Disabled (PD) with 40% or more disability : TOTAL RESERVATION 15. / B.of seats is reserved for: 1. and Ph. filling of the on-line registration form mentioning the courses to be credited in the semester/ summer term.Tech.M. he/she need not register in that semester.Sc. payment of fees and clearance of outstanding dues (if any).D.7.0 % 25. students who have submitted their 13 .8 Registration All students are required to register each semester for the courses to be pursued by them.

with a mid-semester recess of 9 days (usually timed to match with the Dussehra festival).including the pace of instruction. classes (including laboratory and workshop sessions) are held from 8:00 am till 6:00 pm every day from Monday till Friday. models. The academic session starts from July 1 and continues till June 30 of the following year. in as may be relevant. apply for leave from the Institute with permission to defend thesis while on leave. A brief syllabus for each course is contained in this bulletin. medical leave. deputation leave. which means that evaluation proceeds alongside 14 . Kanpur.iitk. the weightage assigned to these factors (including attendance) for awarding the final grade. till the first week of May. etc. from the middle of May to the middle of July. video clippings. with a mid-semester recess of 9 days (usually timed to match with the Holi festival). the number of examinations / quizzes. There is also a short summer term of two months. The second semester commences in December and ends in June. several different provisions for leave for undergraduate and postgraduate students. IIT Kanpur follows the Continuous Evaluation system. the academic system is devised with the joint objectives of promoting excellence and at the same time remaining as student-friendly and flexible as possible. demonstrations/discussions and laboratory work. for delivering lectures or tutorials/ discussions or for answering examinations and making presentations or any other academic activity whatsoever. They may. however. i. including vacation leave. the number and level of problems and home assignments. 1. Attendance at all classes is compulsory and every student is provided with mandatory hostel accommodation to enable him/her to attend. though special classes may be held by mutual agreement between the Instructor and students. Further details regarding registration and leave are available on the website at the URL http://www. No other language is permissible. A student absenting himself/herself from classes is liable to be penalized by the Instructor. the introduction of term papers. students are not permitted to leave the campus during the semester (even on weekends) without express permission from the Chairman of the Senate Undergraduate /Postgraduate Committee. with proper approval. The first semester commences in July and ends in December.9 Academic System and Method of Evaluation In IIT. The method of instruction is mostly through lectures. However. hands-on demonstrations. Some instructors may make use of slides. As the IIT campus is selfsufficient for most of the ordinary needs. Leave of absence for bona fidé reasons may be obtained by applying on the appropriate form. The conduct of a course . All academic programmes follow the semester system. All the classes are normally held within the Academic area of the IIT campus. No classes are normally scheduled on Saturdays and tutorials. Classes for the first semester generally begin in the last week of July and continue. Classes for the second semester generally begin in the last week of December and continue. IIT Kanpur has no provision for day scholars. for more impact. etc. till the first week of December. The Institute has. maternity leave and leave prior to thesis defence. Generally the weightage of different evaluation modules (including attendance in classes) is announced by the Instructor in the very first lecture and strictly adhered to during the entire semester. During the semester.thesis and are waiting for the defence of the thesis will register for zero units. The sole medium of instruction is English. . the order of topics to be covered. new courses may be introduced from time to time. during which special courses are offered to enable students who have backlogs (due to dropping/ failing courses earlier) to clear them and graduate at the same time as their the sole responsibility of the Instructor or the Instructor-in-charge (for multi-Instructor courses). casual leave.

using the percentile marks rather than the actual marks. the Instructor (or Instructor-in-charge) awards a letter grade at the end of the semester.. For failures to appear in mid-semester examinations. Each course is assigned a certain number of Credits. A student who misses the end-semester examinations for bona fidé reasons. These are usually awarded on the basis of relative performance. a Semester Point Index (SPI). Tutorials (T). The Academic Load AL of a given course is calculated using the number of contact hours per week as AL = 3. This is available in English. (Integrated) programmes who fare poorly in the first mid-semester examination immediately after entry through the IIT-JEE are offered the option of changing to a Slow-paced programme. every semester.with the progress of the courses. P and D stand for the number of Lectures (L). Mathematics and Physics. viz. Every semester.e. for permission to take a Make-up examination. B. Laboratory work (P) and Discussion sessions (D). SUGC/ SPGC. there are three letter grades. S and X. for the end-semester examination. For courses with zero weightage only Satisfactory (S) / Unsatisfactory (X) grades are awarded.9. –M. there are two mid-semester examinations and an end-semester examination. Depending on the academic load of a course. which stand for Incomplete. To compute the student’s overall performance.0 X T + 1. T.0 X D where L.Sc. such as illness. The letter grades and their numerical equivalents on a 10-point scale (called Grade Points) are as follows: Letter Grade : Grade Points : A 10 B 8 C 6 D 4 F 2 In addition. the Cumulative Point Index (CPI) is the final criterion determining the student’s overall performance. C. On the basis of the marks obtained in all the different modules. 1. which is multiplied by a weight factor depending on the number of hours per week spent on the course. is allowed per course. or any combination thereof.. respectively. each grade is assigned a numerical value. A student awarded an F or an X grade is considered to have failed the course and must repeat it when it is next offered. and is adjusted so that the students may eventually graduate at the same time as their batch-mates. may apply within the next two days to the Chairman. Satisfactory and Unsatisfactory. Students are expected to keep themselves prepared at every stage and hence no study leave is granted for the examinations. i.Tech. Only one make-up examination. / B.5 X P + 0. This is calculated in the following way.0 X L + 1. D and F.Tech. and averaged to calculate.e.1 Grading System for Undergraduates There are five letter grades: A. The average over all semesters. its credits (C) are assigned as follows: Academic Load AL = Credits C = 5–6 2 7–8 3 15 9 – 12 4 13 – 15 5 . as well as an unspecified number of quizzes and home assignments. etc. it is entirely up to the Instructor to ascertain the proficiency of the student by whatever means he/she considers appropriate if he/ she is satisfied of the student’s bona fidés. I. i.Tech / M. Students of the B.

and is given by 16 . Any I grade still outstanding two days after the last scheduled make-up-examination is automatically converted into an F grade. C3.91. B.e. considering all the courses (say.3 Performance Indices Semester Performance Index (SPI) – The Semester Performance Index (SPI) is a weighted average of the grade points earned by a student in all the courses credited and describes his/her academic performance in a semester. C.9. there are I. grades. It is computed in the same manner as the SPI. D. If the grade points associated with the letter grades awarded to a student are g1. g2. The letter grades and their numerical equivalents on a 10-point scale (called Grade Points) are as follows: Letter Grade : Grade Points : A 10 B 8 C 6 D 4 E 2 F 0 In addition.C4. F or X grade is considered to have failed the course and must repeat it when it is next offered. Credits for postgraduate courses are determined according to the following table: Credits (C) 3 4 5 Academic Load : 2L : 3L or 2L + 1T or 2L + 1P : 3L + 1T or 3L + 1P or 3L + 1T + 1P where L.C2. A undergraduate or postgraduate student may be awarded the I (Incomplete) grade in a course if he/she has missed. A student awarded an E. a minor part of the course requirement but has done satisfactorily in all other parts. S and X. and g5 in five courses and the corresponding credits are C1. i.2 Grading System for Postgraduates There are six letter grades: A. An I grade is converted by the Instructor-in-Charge into an appropriate letter grade after the Make-up Examination. 1. only S or X grades are awarded. T and P have the same meanings as in 1. g3. Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) – The Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) indicates the overall academic performance of a student in all the courses registered up to and including the latest completed semester/summer term. An I grade is not awarded simply because a student has failed to appear in examination(s).The majority of courses are 4-credit courses. for a genuine reason. C = 4. g4.9. For project/thesis work.1 above. the SPI is given by S and X grades are not considered in the computation of the SPI. E and F. and C5. 1. n).

Students of the M.Sc. and D. SUGC.. Such students may also apply at the end of the fifth semester for change of branch. Detailed criteria are available on the website at http://www. (Integrated) programmes and SPI less than 5.Tech programme may be allowed in the beginning of the second/ third semester to change their registration to that of the Ph./ BTech. (Dual degree) programme in Physics at the end of the second or third semesters provided thay have CPI of 7. but both the grades appear on his/her Grade Report. Postgraduate students are considered to be academically deficient if they have CPI less than 6. ragging.D.D.Tech/ M.IIT. At the end of the fourth semester.iitk.5 or CPI les than 6. provided they have CPI of 8. Change of programme and/ or branch is a privilege and not a right and is awarded normally to meritorious students only.5.Whenever a student is permitted to repeat or substitute a course. (Dual degree) and M.Sc.Tech.Tech.-Ph. Termination of programme may also happen in cases of prolonged absence without leave. (Two-year) / M. and those having poor performance according to some pre-determined criteria are designated as academically deficient.Tech. or CPI less than 5. provided they are not in the deficient category and have no backlogs. programme in Engineering on the recommendation of DPGC and with the approval of the SPGC. Students may also apply for change of branch at the end of the third semester.Tech. However. If a student continues to fare poorly and it becomes clear that he/she will not be able to finish the graduation requirements in the maximum permissible time.D.Tech.Tech.Sc. the student may not be allowed to continue in the programme. 1. (Integrated) programmes may apply for change of branch / programme. For this purpose.4 Inadequate academic performance The academic performance of every student is carefully assessed at the end of every semester by the Academic Performance Evaluation Committee (APEC .Sc. students. Such students are placed in two categories. e. (Two-year) programme in Physics only may be permitted to change to the M.0.D. with maximum encouragement being extended to ensure improvement in performance. Undergraduate students of the B. viz.10 Change of Registration (Branch Change) Change of programme/branch is normally permitted subject to availability of seats and strength constraints of the departments.Tech. Warning (WR) and Academic Probation (AP) and their performance is closely monitored.Sc. for students of the M. the new letter grade replaces the old letter grade in the computation of the CPI.0 for Students registered for the M.5.0 or more for SC/ST/PD) and no backlog of failed/dropped courses. B. nonpayment of fees or culpable involvement in violation of the model code of conduct.-Ph. B.0 or more (7. Undergraduate students are considered to be academically deficient if they have SPI less than doaa/.0 for students of the M.9. (Dual degree) and M.Tech. for a change of branch at the end of the second semester. students belonging to the SC/ST/PD categories in the Slow-paced B. the academic programme of the student may be terminated.UG/PG).0 or above.-M. students in part time 17 . (Integrated) programmes may apply to the Chairman.g. programmes and CPI less than 7. – M. only the CPI at the end of the first two semesters is considered.Sc. 1. In case the performance does not improve over two semesters. (Dual degree) programmes. for students of the B. – M.

Ragging in any form whatsoever is strictly prohibited and is considered a serious offence. b) attained the minimum required CPI. if any. Degrees are normally awarded to all students in a solemn Annual Convocation ceremony. programme. noisy and unseemly behaviour and similar other undesirable activities shall constitute violation of the Code of Conduct for students and are liable to severe disciplinary action if detected. In addition. officers and employees of the Institute. administrators. and good neighbourly behaviour to fellow students. 18 . 1. breach of rules and regulations of the Institute. should have no pending case of indiscipline. adoption of unfair means during examinations. Students who complete their graduation requirements well before the Convocation ceremony may be issued Provisional Certificates to help them join service or other academic programmes elsewhere. d) satisfied all requirements specified by the concerned department.Tech. 1. if the student has a) passed all prescribed courses. A student admitted to a part time programme may be allowed to change his/her registration to fulltime (regular) studies at the beginning of a semester upon the recommendation of the DPGC and with the approval of the SPGC and vice versa.11 Graduation Requirements A student shall be deemed to have completed the graduation requirements. the student should have paid all the dues to the Institute and. He/she is expected not to indulge in any activity which is likely to bring down the prestige of the Institute. c) satisfied minimum academic and residence requirements. graced by a distinguished Chief Guest.D. Due attention and courtesy is to be paid to visitors to the Institute and residents of the Campus. students of IIT Kanpur have a tradition of good behaviour and interest in academics and this has largely contributed to the high academic repute of the institution. which is generally held in the last week of May. programme are not permitted to change over to part time Ph. He/She should also show due respect and courtesy to the teachers. Only the actual recipient of the degree is permitted to participate in the Convocation ceremony.M. disturbing others in their studies. By and large. unbecoming conduct (both within and outside the Institute). and e) satisfied all requirements specified by the Senate and the Ordinances. wilful damage and/or removal of Institute property or belongings of fellow students.12 Code of Conduct Each student of IIT Kanpur is expected to conduct himself/herself in a manner befitting his/her association with the IIT’s standing as an Institute of National Importance. subject to several eligibility criteria. Lack of courtesy and decorum.

structural and propulsion problems of aerospace vehicles. a continuous combustion unit. the department has good computational facilities that aid in teaching and research of computational mechanics. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor : Email : _______________________________ Tel Nos: +91-512-259______ The Department prepares its students for a professional career in aerospace engineering by offering a comprehensive programme of teaching and research. Particular emphasis is given to aerodynamics. flight mechanics. laboratory experience and introductory flightvehicle design. aerospace structures and propulsion leading to M. The propulsion laboratory facilities include a cascade tunnel. D. and hot wire anemometry. DUGC : Convenor. and axial compressor. a high speed blowdown tunnel. The aerodynamics facilities of the Department include several low speed wind tunnels.AEROSPACE ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Kamle Sudhir Ghosh Kunal Ghosh A K Mittal Sanjay Poddar Kamal Rathakrishnan E Sullerey R K Sengupta T K Tewari Ashish Venkatesan C Yadav D Convenor. The National wind tunnel facility is unique in the country and consists of an extralarge wind tunnel that was designed and erected by the faculty of aerospace engineering department. ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS kamle kunal akg smittal kamal erath suller tksen ashtew cven dy 7561 7689 Das Depopam das 7072 Kushari Abhijit akushari 7716 Mishra D P mishra 7906 Upadhyay C S shekhar 7843 7847 7863 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 7945 Eshpuniyani Brijesh brijeshe 7868 Mahesh Sivasambu smahesh 7284 Mohite P M mohite 7951 brijeshe das 7062 7227 7227 7126 7125 7936 7062 6087 6024 Eshpuniyani Brijesh Das D . In addition. The aerospace engineering programme that follows the completion of the core curriculum is a careful balance of intensive engineering science instruction. degrees. The structures laboratory includes facilities for static and dynamic tests and studies of composite material behaviour. Postgraduate courses and research provide further extension and specialisation in the area of aerodynamics. The flight laboratory is a unique national facility with four single-engined planes and several gliders and provides an opportunity for the students to participate in quantitative flight tests. flight mechanics and control. and Ph. Tech.

TECH. STUDENTS AEROSPACE ENGINEERING S E M E S T E R FIRST C O U R S E PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N TA101 ESC102 PE101 SECOND PHY101 CHM101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC101 AE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO204 ESO212 AE231 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO202 TA201 AE232 AE211 FIFTH HSS-II-1 AE321 AE331 AE341 AE361 OE-1 SIXTH SE-1 AE312 AE322 AE332 AE342 DEL-1 SEVENTH SE-2 AE411 AE461 AE471 OE-2 EIGHTH HSS-II-2 AE422 AE462 AE472 OE-3 DEL-2 AE 100 Introduction to Profession AE 231 AE 211 AE 232 AE AE AE AE 312 322 332 342 AE AE AE AE 321 331 341 361 Flight Mechanics I Experiments in Structures Propulsion I Aeromodel Design & Fabrication HSS Elements of Vibration Aerodynamics I Aircraft Structures I HSS II Aerodynamics II Flight Mechanics II Aerospace Structures II Propulsion II AE 411 AE 461 AE XXX AE 471 Experiments in Aerodynamics Aircraft Design I Aero Elective I Project I Sc Elective II Elective I Elective II Sc Elective I AE 422 Experiments in Flight Mechanics AE 462 Aircraft Design II AE 472 Project II AE XXX Aero Elective II Elective III HSS II 54 .CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.

Aerodynamic shape. modulus weighted section properties. effect of taper. stability & control. AERODYNAMICS-II Prereq.COURSE DESCRIPTION AE 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-2-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSION Prereq. ESO 204 AE 232 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Static equilibrium. structure. Qualitative effects on low aspect ratio wings and other complex phenomena. potential and complementary potential theorems. wing theory. bending shear stresses-solid and open section. Eqns. Turbulent B. unit load method. Modal analysis. Aircraft systems. 2D steady flows: reflection. Materials. isentropic flow. Performance. single degree of freedom system. Structural lay-out. ELEMENTS OF VIBRATION Prereq. Similarity solutions. airships & hovercrafts. propulsion and high speed aerodynamic laboratories together with demonstrative experiments. Kutta Joukowski Theorem. Duhamel’s integration. Supersonics. Tasian of then walled Section Work and energy principles. response calculations for general excitation. Thin Aerofoil theory using singularity approach. central expansion. Free and forced vibrations (harmonic and general). Transition. eigensystem. Application of energy principles for analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures. Method of characteristics. spaceflight. panel methods. Trips to wind tunnel facilities. proportional damping. types of damping. AERODYNAMICS-I Prereq. static stability concepts. need for B. Integral Approach. helicopters.. intersection. Atmosphere. vortex system. Idealization of stiffened shells. Instruments & navigational aids. AE 211 AE 312 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Dynamics & thermodynamics of 1-D flow. Prandtl-Meyer flow. structural.L. planar and space trusses. Shear center. Introduction to Turbulence. Principle of virtual work. None History of aviation. Missiles.. Lagrange’s equations. strain energy and complementary strain energy. reciprocal theorem. Viscous Flows: Introduction to N-S eqn. shear flow in thin walled multicell box beams. spaceships. ESO212 AE 211 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Incompressible irrotational flow..L. AEROSPACE STRUCTURES-I Prereq. determinate and indeterminate structures. Beams-bending & extension. estimates. Prandtl B. singularities and superposition. diagonalisation. complex potential. stress resultants. generation of forces. Two degree of freedom system. oblique shock.1-D wave: normal shock. ESO 204 AE 231 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[2] Introduction to rigid body dynamics. Aerodynamics of airfoils. Power plants. Small perturbations 55 . flight.L.

global wind. translating wind power devices: sail boats and ships. coating and testing of brittle coated specimens. wind distribution & sites. vibration of stiffened plates and beams. AE 100 AE 322 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-0-[3] Introduction to aircraft equilibrium. combined stress. buckling of channel and z-section. torsion of box beams. accelerometers. Longitudinal and lateral directional static stability and control. AE 232 AE 332 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-1-[2] Buckling of columns. terrain. measuring instruments. AEROSPACE STRUCTURES-II. strain gauge transducers.applied to. asymmetric bending. Introduction to flying qualities and Stability Augmentation Systems. sensitivity factors. calibration methods. atmospheric boundary layer. seismic instruments. FLIGHT MECHANICS-I Prereq. trim drag. Motion measurement: Piezoelectric transducers. 2-0-0-0-2 Prereq. static and dynamic stability. Local buckling of composite shapes. of airplane motion. Longitudinal & lateral directional dynamic modes. landing and maneuvers. approximate techniques. Differential equation approach. Aerodynamics in wind power. history. take-off. Effects of power. climb. high temp and rarefaction. subsonic & supersonic airfoils. AE 232 AE 331 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-3-0-[3] Review of elasticity Strain gauge techniques: gauge construction and installation. EXPERIMENTS IN STRUCTURES-II Prereq. FLIGHT MECHANICS-II Prereq. Optimal performance of airplanes. Prospective areas in India. Photoelastic techniques. Airplane response to controls. Buckling of sheet stiffener combination. similitude. Vertical & horizontal axis wind turbines. Airplane propellers. Similarity rules. Performance in cruise. separation and compensation techniques. Introduction to helicopter rotor aerodynamics and performance. Airplane drag estimation. ESO 212 Renewable sources of energy. Performance characteristics of aircraft power plants. Concept of stability and control derivatives. basic optics for polariscope. energy approach. Brittle coating techniques and its uses. displacement gauges. compressibility and flexibility. gauge instrumentation. Beam columns. Buckling strength of flat sheets in compression. stress analysis using photo elasticity. slender body. Eqns. AE100 AE 321 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-0-[3] Aerodynamic properties of wings and components. Hypersonics. rosette analysis. 56 . AE 319 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENERGY FROM THE WIND Prereq. Experiments on determination of shear center. Transonic area rule. survey.

Thrust and other performance parameters. cascades & losses. Cycle analysis for turbojet. Performance. AE 312 AE 361 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-3-0-[2] AE 380 AE 411 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] Experiments and model testing. AE 322 AE 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-3/2-0-[2] Introduction to flight testing. 0 Credit EXPERIMENTS IN AERODYNAMICS Prereq. Introduction to auto-pilot. Basic requirements. gas turbine unit. power and temperature. Evaluation of glider drag polar. Observations of airplane dynamic modes and stall characteristics. instrumentation. Gas turbine combustors & afterburners. Axial turbines. and continuous combustion unit. temperature. Centrifugal and axial compressors. torque. PROPULSION-II Prereq. flammability and stability limits. Lab work: Set of experiments EXPERIMENTS IN FLIGHT MECHANICS Prereq. flow visualization. low and high speed tunnels: features & performance. Chemical rockets: Rocket vehicle mechanics. laser doppler. AE 341 AE 342 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3/2-1-[4] Elements of combustion: adiabatic flame temperature. Determination of static and maneuvre stability and control characteristics.AE 341 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] PROPULSION-I Prereq. ESO 212 Principles of propulsion. Compressor-turbine matching. INDUSTRIAL TOUR. or design and fabrication of test bed for model engines (aircraft and helicopter). Experiments on axial compressor unit. Evaluation of cruise and climb performance of a small airplane. pressure. degree of reaction. propellants. Measurements. flow velocity: hotwire. Measurements of volumetric flow rate. Introduction to GPS based navigation. Aircraft intakes-subsonic and supersonic. techniques and data reduction methods. cascades and curved diffuser. heat transfer and cooling. 57 . Similiude. or wing design with fabrication and flutter testing or component replacement/ model upgradation. Balsa and parchment based model making. ESO 202.ramjet. Rocket. Balances. AEROMODELLING DESIGN AND FABRICATION Design and fabrication of aero models/components. Nozzles types & non-ideal flows. calibration of flight and special flight test instruments. AE 321. Efficiencies. turbofan and turboprop engines. speed. Stage dynamics. multi-staging.

Airworthiness requirements. Walz. stress resultants for swept and unswept wings. thrust loading. load factors. exact & similar solns: Blasius. Solving Boundary layer equations for incompressible and compressible flows. Solution of Navier Stokes equation with and without turbulence/SGS models. wing section and plane form. Preliminary weight estimation. PROJECT-I. wing stress analysis methods. Weighardt. 58 . algorithm etc. Solution of full potential equation (FPE) and transonic small disturbance (TSD) equation. 341 AE 461 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-4-0-[4] Conceptual aerodynamic design of an airplane to meet the prescribed mission requirements. estimate of wing element cross-sectional areas. plates and stiffened panels. Polhausen. fabrication work. Preliminary layout of wing. ESO 212 Introduction to computations. Factors affecting wing design. The governing equations for CA. 461 AE 462 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-4-0-[4] General structural design of aircraft. Methods: continuation & integral conditions. AE 211. Axisymm BL. rib spacing. Mangler transformation. 4 Credit Prereq. elementary 3-D BL. Selection of wing loading. Fuselage layout and weight balance. Collection of statistical data. Transition. AIRCRAFT DESIGN-II Prereq. wing stressing and margin of safety calculations. 322. AE 332. AE 490 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING. Application of the following to aircraft design: modified beam theory. Howarth & Merk. ESO 212 Conclusions from small BL thickness. constituents of wing structures. 471 Continuation of the project work initiated as a part of project-I and completion. Estimation of spanwise load distributions on the wing and tail. V-n diagram. Estimation of aerodynamic characteristics and performance evaluation.. AE 471 AE 472 PROJECT-II. BL eqns. Solution of Euler equation. 2 Credit Registration for project with the selection of topic & getting started on the design. BL control. turb BL. Walz integral method.AE 453 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] COMPUTATIONAL AERODYNAMICS Prereq. AIRCRAFT DESIGN-I Prereq. and high lift devices. Solution of potential equation by panel method. Design of tail areas and control surfaces. 321. 0 Credit A minimum of six weeks working in industrial environment. yielding and failure under combined loading: initial buckling and failure loads for columns. AE 481 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Prereq.

eigensystems. Aerodynamic forces. determinants. History of spaceflight. stability and attitude control of systems. Earth’s atmosphere and gravitational field. SPACE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Space environment.AE 482 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SIMILITUDE ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING APPROXIMATIONS Prereq. method of matched asymptotic approximations. AE 486 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] AIRCRAFT CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. self-similitude. AE 322 Introduction. analysis of feedback control systems. forces on tall structures. trajectory simulation for powered and unpowered flights. Exposure to flight testing. Similitude by dimensional analysis and by group transformations. limit processes and singularity. hydraulic structures. AE 487 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME AE 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING Prereq. ESO 212 or eqv. wind tunnel simulation. aircraft flight control systems (AFCS). architectural aerodynamics. representation and classification of control systems. vector spaces. bluff body. flow induced oscillations of suspension bridges. stability and sensitivity. Linear Observers and filters. estimation. Bluff bodies v/s streamlined body. Statespace methods. special wind tunnels. bases of engineering approximations. steady state error. Flight envelope and V-n diagrams. transmission lines. vehicle. Examples from diverse fields. # History of aviation. attitude motion. AE 483 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL AERODYNAMICS Prereq. significance of L/D ratio. Structural layout. Spacecrafts. Ballistic trajectories. airfoil. synthesis of linear feedback control systems. homogeneous 59 . # AE 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Matrices. sheltering. Optimal design of control systems. Anatomy of Flight vehicles. Central force motion. Wind near ground. Instruments and navigational aids. linear transformation. MATHEMATICS FOR AEROSPACE ENGINEERS Prereq. ventilation. Performance of single & multistage rockets. Aerospace materials. Propulsion. ESO 212 or eqv. atmospheric BL. introduction to ordinary differential equations. controllability and observability. linear equations. Aircraft performance. effluent dispersal. Spacecraft applications. Orbital transfer and rendezvous. Lift generation. Introduction to fly-by-wire controls.

higher dimensional problems. AERODYNAMICS-I Prereq. isentropic flows. Discretization with operators. Laplace equation. Basic potential flows -viscous flows including boundary layer theory. subsonic flows -similarities -Fanno and Rayleigh flows. Fourier transform. basic thermodynamics. GPS principles . turbulence (introduction) AERODYNAMICS-II Thin aerofoil theory. Problems in physical and transformed plane: Jacobians and flux vector splitting.linear equations of second order. classification of second order equations. # Maps and geodesy. radio navigation . free and forced oscillation problems. elements of complex variables. non-homogeneous linear equations of second order. perturbation equation. 3-0-0-4 Basic concepts of BL theory. GPS in air. similar flows: generalized techniques of solving BL eqns. VISCOUS FLOWS. LORAN and other navaids. DOP and computation of position and velocity. parabolic equations. VOR. compass and gyro compass. one and twodimensional flows. Generalized transformation & grid 60 AE 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Intro. wave propagation in onedimension.). BL control.gyroscopes and accelerometers. problems with variable coefficients. Fourier series. platform stability and strapped down INS. waves (shock. vorticity kinematics. to turbulent shear flows. surface and space navigation. AE 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AVIONICS AND NAVIGATION SYSTEMS and control segments architecture. dead reckoning. potential flows. expansion. INS . series solutions. transform methods. great circle and rhumb line navigation. air speed indicator. characteristics etc. co-ordinate systems and transformations. horizontal and vertical mechanisations in INS. Laplace transform. basic concepts of partial differential equations. primary and secondary surveillance radars. Doppler navigation. DME. for incompressible fluids : thermal BL. LS. ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN CFD Prereq. WGS-84 system. introduction to differencing methods. AE 622 or eqv. considerations in air traffic control.beacons. finite wing theory. Main issues of space-time resolution: Computing time-averaged and unsteady problems. systems of equations. baro-altimeter. # AE 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic fluid mechanics -Navier stokes equation.

closure problem. FVM & FEM. Relationship of instability theory with transition to turbulence. Concepts of geopotential. atmosphere. compressible and incompressible flows. Galerkins approximation. pressure grad & wind. eddy viscosity. issues related to high performance computing. Static equilibrium. # Navier-Stokes eqn. WINDENGINEERING Prereq. INTRO. ocean. # AE 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Origin. Reynolds stress. turb. weak form. winds & currents. Spectral tools of analysis for discrete schemes: FDM. SGS models for LES and their connection to higher order upwinding. strong form. current along and across wind. stability. termporal discretization . Kolmogorov’s 61 . Wind loads and moments on typical bodies. Instrumentation. # AE 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Atmosph. DNS of turbulence and acoustic problems. # AE 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamental concepts. clouds. model studies in wind tunnels. # AE 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Physical environment. FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR FLUID DYNAMICS Prereq. Design practices. Geostrophic motion and applications. Unstability. stat. Kinematics and dynamics. phenomenology.generalized trapeziodal rule. Receptivity for two & three dimensional problems. TO ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID MECHANICS.spectra & FFT.Guassian quadrature. 3-0-0-4 Prereq. examples & character of turb. energy relations. Design of Dispersion Relation Preservation schemes. Aerodynamic instability. Frictional shear layer. Aliasing error & its alleviation. spectra. macro & microscales. potential temperature. Computing equations with discontinuous solutions and Gibbs’ phenomenon. wind effects on civil structures. AE 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BOUNDARY LAYER INSTABILITY AND TRANSITION Prereq. large scale vertical motions. internal pres. the BL. matrix eqns. earth. wind structure. TURBULENCE. Transition prediction. Instabilities in laminar flows. Staistics. element and global point of view. greenhouse effect. implementation of the methods. 3-0-0-4 Prereq. locally isotropic turb. space-time correlations. Atmospheric BL. Various types of flows. theory of turb. thin shear layer approxn. High order and high accuracy schemes of FDMs and FVMs.generation techniques: Orthogonal & Chimera grids—application to FIV/aeroelasticity problems. Current dvlpmnts based on random vibrations. applied problems. water vapor. Applications to incompressible viscous and compressible flows. and its various forms. numerical integration . High accuracy methods for DN Sand LES.

Variable length pendulum. # AE 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Types of turb flows. Various explicit & implicit schemes.hypothesis. Primary and secondary instabilities and relationship of instability theories to transition. Receptivity of shear layers for 2. turb transport in homogeneous and shear flow. Classified views of trubulent flows.LES & DNS. singular perturb. const pres BL. DNS.and 3-D flows. instabilities and bifurcation. elliptic PDEs by explicit. turb. Vorticity dynamics and other kinematic tools of turbulence. spectra and closure of turbulent flows. Kelvin-Helmholtz mechanisms. self propelled wake. # AE 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Rational & irrational apprx. convergence. asymptotic representation. limit processes. Bypass transition in different flows. Boundary conditions. Thin shear layer instabilities: for parallel and nonparallel flows. implicit. Strum-Liouville problems. PERTURBATION METHODS IN FLUID MECHANICS Prereq. wakes. # Eqns of fluid dynamics & its classifications. Stability analysis & concept of feedback. Coherent structures in turbulence: Universality of transitional and turbulent flows. free shear layer. TURBULENT FLOWS. problems: inner & outer expansions. Experimental techniques. AE 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Prereq. perturb techniques. compressible flows. correlation method. Incomp free turb flows: 2-D and axisymm jets. 62 AE 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5] . and thermal plume. Different types of TSL flows. diffusion. Solving advection equation. Rayleigh-Taylor. Temporal and spatial instabilities in boundary layers. convective/absolute. Instabilities in flows. Scales. accelerated techniques. Route to turbulence: Chaos via nonlinearity. Role of stretching and dispersion in small scale turbulence. In compr wall turb flows: pipe and channel flow. WKBJ method and comparison. local/global instabilities of boundary layers. equilibrium turb BL. spectral method. Solving parabolic. Integral representation of Navier-Stokes equation. wakes. jets and free shear layers. TRANSITION AND TURBULENCE Elements of viscous flows and thin shear layer approximation. high & low Reynolds number problems: multiple scale techniques. Grid generation. Study of turbulence via chaos dynamics ans proper orthogonal decomposition (POD). LES and other closure schemes of turbulence. wall jet. 3-0-0-4 Prereq. Uniform turb flows under axial press gradient.

# AE 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction. stick fixed and stick free analysis. integrals of motion. Frequency-domain analysis. n-body problem. temp fluctuations. introduction to automatic flight control systems. effect of environmental forces on satellite attitude dynamics and stability. trajectory transfer in multi-force field. spectra of passive scalar contaminants. met theories. momentum. # AE 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Earths atmosphere & rotation. Wind power site. Atmosph BL. Root loci and sensitivity analysis. 1D & 3D spectra. Mach no. Real gas. Eulers eqns. dispersion of contaminants. longitudinal and lateral stability derivatives. trajectory transfer. Gen features. wing. performance of single and multistage rockets. ADVANCED DYNAMIC STABILITY Prereq. effect of energy dissipation on stability. spectrum of turb. ballistic trajectories. # AE 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Continuum hypersonics in entry flight. restricted 3-body problem. Frozen flow. two-body problem. Actuator disc. Coriolis force. Vertical & horizontal axis wind turbines. airscrews. thin shock layers. SPACE DYNAMICS-I Introduction. effects of production and dissipation. CONTINUUM HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS Prereq. Control of wind turbines. experimental techniques. spectral energy cascades in 2D & 3D turb. Unified similitude. Lagrangian description of turb. ADVANCES IN WIND ENERGY CONVERSION Prereq. 63 . geostrophic winds. viscous-inviscid interaction. wedge. central force motion. rendezvous and interception. stabilization through gravity gradient. Non-equilibrium flow. SPACE DYNAMICS-II Prereq. stability of uncontrolled motion in longitudinal and lateral modes. Large diflecn similitude. Newton-Busemann theory. canonical transformation and the Hamilton-Jacobi eqn. Terrain. similitude. general theory of orbital perturbations. AE 610 AE 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] General eqns of unsteady motion of airplane. and vortex theories. handling quality requirements. general eqns. satellite attitude dynamics. cone. of motion.AE 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCES IN TURBULENT SHEAR FLOWS Origin & nature of turb. Aerodyn in wind power. spin and dual spin. vorticity dynamics. kinetic energy of the mean flow & turb. Lighthill & other piston analogies. Hamiltons eqns. statistical descrpn. turb transport of momentum and heat. Airplane response. Small disturb theory. Sails. measuring technique.

). Rayleigh flow. computational fluid dynamics.. hybrid rockets. Chemistry of Combustion. solid rockets. time and frequency domain analysis of control systems (C. rarefied flow. angular motion. empirical correlations. gliding & maneuvering re-entry mechanics. # AE 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics of classical control theory . CONTROL THEORY Prereq. modern control theory. Physics of Combustion. Airplane lateral motion. # AE 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[3] Review of Thermodynamics. APPLIED COMBUSTION Prereq. Lyapunov criteria of stability and its application to C. viscosity interaction. sensitivity analysis. synthesis of C. # AE 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to propulsion. controllability and observability. Trans-atmospheric flight. basic thermodynamics. rocket propulsion. diffusion flames. dynamics and thermodynamics of 1 D flows.AE 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO HYPERSONIC & TRANS-ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT Prereq. propulsion & materials. Airplane handling qualities. Gas Turbine Combustion: 64 . conservation equations. components and their transfer functions.S. Space flight dynamics..S. Qualitative discussion of automatic flight control systems FUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSPACE PROPULSION Prereq.. liquid rockets. general motion. Transformation of coordinates. gas turbine cycles. # Introduction to hypersonic flow. state-space representation of C. thrust equation. Gyrodynamics. Airplane longitudinal motion. Moment equations in a moving frame. # AE 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamentals of vectors. Stability analysis of linearized equations of motion. Particle kinematics. Droplet Combustion. Atmospheric flight Dynamics. 1 D isentropic flows. Missile and launch vehicle stability and control.S. Force equations in a moving frame. Newtonian theory. # AE 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Linearized equations of aircraft motion for small perturbations in stability axes. elements of combustion.S. Rigid body kinematics. hightemperature effects. optimization. FLIGHT DYNAMICS Prereq. FLIGHT STABILITY AND CONTROL Prereq. Keplerian motion. thermochemistry . Premixed Flame. Design considerations. adiabatic flame temperature. Aerothermodynamic modelling. compressible flows. normal and oblique shocks. Diffusion Flame. equilibrium & non-equilibrium flow. premixed flames. Fanno flow. inertial guidance.

flammability limits. matrix and time marching techniques for potential flow analysis of cascades. HIGH SPEED INTERNAL FLOW PROBLEMS Prereq. Flame Holders. THERMAL TURBO MACHINERY Prereq. gas turbine combustors and afterburners. Burning of fuel droplet. Flow in cascades with transonic regimes. Meridional flow. nozzles. AIRBREATHING MISSILE PROPULSION Introduction and overview. subsonic and supersonic diffusers. Dual flow nozzles. pressure rise limitations. inlet flow. Annulus boundary layers. # AE 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Axial compressors. compressor stall. sonic line. Ignition. Supersonic combustion. loss estimation. Special approximations. # AE 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Convergent-divergent nozzles. centrifugal and axial compressors. SELECTED TOPICS IN TURBO. blade cooling. Monopropellant droplet burning. Boundary Layer problems in turbomachines. three dimensional flows. axial turbines. Comparison of ramjet propulsion with other types of missile propulsion. sweep. 65 AE 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Liquid Propellant Combustion. Laminar flame theory. COMBUSTION PROBLEMS IN ROCKET PROPULSION Review of chemical reaction kinetics. Combustion instabilities. Types of ram propulsion. ramjets. Specific impulse. slip. three dimensional mixed-flows: problems of blade cooling. effects of boundary layer on mass flow rate. # AE 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Cascades. Derivation of conservation equations for multicomponent reacting gaseous mixtures. Axial turbines: stage dynamics. Diffusion flames. compressor-turbine matching. secondary flows.MACHINES Prereq. Propellants. Chemical reactions in boundary layers. stage dynamics. power series solution. Supersonic compressors. # Gas turbine engines. Streamline curvature and matrix through flow methods of analysis. Loss models. thrust and heat transfer. degree of reaction. centrifugal compressors. inlet turbulence effects on cascade performance. scramjets. secondary flows. Rocket Combustion: Solid Propellant Combustion. diffuser design. starting problems. performance: design and off-design. transport phenomena for a multicomponent system. AE 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AIRCRAFT PROPULSION Prereq. performance analysis. stage dynamics. real gas effects.Fuel Atomization.

Ramjet with solid fuel. thin walled sections. combined bending and torsion. Material behaviour of idealized bodies. Constitutive laws : viscoelastic materials. analytical techniques. stress-strain relations. AE 670 AE 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Energy theorem review. continuum 66 . equilibrium equations. Shear in thin walled sections. eqn. modulus weighted sectional properties. structural types and optimization. nonhomogeneous materials.Torsion of circular and noncircular sections. partial derivatives. Bending of beams. Deflection of beams. idealization of an aircraft. Transonic full Potential Eqn. Supersonic combustion ramjet. computations of inviscid rotational flows. ablation analysis. of motion. Engine and airframe integration for ramjet and ram rocket powered missiles. basic equations of elasticity. ROCKET AND MISSILE STRUCTURES Prereq. examples from three dimensional truss problems. tensor analysis. re-entry problems. # Governing Eqns. Introduction to theory of elasticity. thin walled sections. stress. Analysis of stress and strain measures.Ramjet air induction system for missile application. AEROSPACE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I Prereq. Nonconservative form. conservation of energy. rocket grain analysis. combustor and nozzle analysis. Thermodynamic and mechanical equilibrium. single and multiple cell sections. constitutive relations. Design of transonic airfoil shapes. Transonic Small Disturbance (TSD) Eqn. structural materials. single and multiple closed cell sections. design approaches. ADVANCED AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Prereq. honeycomb and sandwich construction. Plane strain and plane stress problems in elasticity. Inlet. fundamentals of FEM. Force-displacement relations. mathematical preliminaries. Laws of conservation. etc. Ducted rocket performance with single and multiple inlet systems. FPE in strong conservation form in body-conforming grid. future trends. inflatable and expandable structure. Solid propellant ram rockets. bending moment. AE 659 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TRANSONIC AERODYNAMICS Prereq. design examples. shear center. shear force. symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections. # AE 670 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Free body diagram. strain. idealism of a structure. SOLID MECHANICS Introduction. Conservative form vs. aeroelasticity of cylindrical and conical shells. Viscous-Inviscid Coupling. flexibility & stiffness. AE 670 AE 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Mission analysis. Euler’s buckling of columns. temperature effects.

Characterizational of solution smoothness. effects on human beings. # AE 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Influence coefficients and function. rods. General EVP positive . Hamiltons principles. Direct computation of stresses and strains. # AE 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Factors affecting level of vibration. Finite Element Formulation and development of two-dimensional code. Response to excitation. postprocessing. THEORY OF VIBRATIONS Prereq. approximate methods. superconver-gent extraction techniques. Effects of vibration: harmful & useful. redundant structures. Integral formulation of EVP. nonlinear and time dependent problems. AEROELASTICITY Prereq. Vibration of strings. discrete & continuous system. rectangular & bar. wing. AE 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHODS Prereq. triangular. element flexibilities. Eigenvalue problem (EVP). VIBRATION CONTROL Prereq. oscillating airfoil in incompressible flow. Application of optimum absorbers to engineering problems. self adjoint property. Matrix force method. flutter calculation. reliability of computer aided engineering analysis. divergence. Formulation of static and dynamic aeroelastic equations. Convergence analysis in two dimensions. # AE 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to Method of averaging.elements. principle of minimum potential energy. Static aeroelasticity. Control by structural redesign. Dynamic vibration absorbers. beam bending problem. Finite element discretisation in one-dimension. 67 . selection of materials. Bogollubov-Mitroipolskys method. definite system. Boundary value problem formulation. viscoelastic laminator & high damping inserts. Vibration isolation. experimental methods. # AE 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introd. load transformation matrices. Dynamic aeroelasticity. Reduction at the source. Model problem of linear elastostatics in one-dimension. Lagranges eqn. artificial damping. solutions by matrix and energy methods. # Discussion on mathematical models. cutout & fuselage analysis. a posteriori error estimation. stability analysis and Lyapunov methods. phase-plane and state-space methods of analysis. development of asymptotic solutions by Krylov. optimum tuning and damping. One-dimensional h/p code. rate of convergence in energy norm. membranes and plates. Rayleighs quotient. Castiglianos theorem. natural modes of vibration. Stiffness coefficient evaluation. Unsteady aerodynamics. NON-LINEAR OSCILLATIONS Prereq. panel flutter. aileron reversal & control effectiveness. beams.

Analysis of shells. design considerations. Failure categories and mortality models. Analysis of composite laminated beams. Performance under adverse environment. Buckling of open sections. # AE 684 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Definition of various terms used for classification of materials. thermal stresses. Random vibrations: intro. ceramic coating etc. Testing of aircraft materials. fibre-reinforced composites. response of system to random excitations. 68 . Buckling of laminated thin walled columns. COMPOSITE MATERIALS Prereq. experimental characterization. DETERMINISTIC & RANDOM VIBRATION Prereq. impulse and frequency response methods. properties of random processes. free & forced vibration. Classification of alloys of aluminium. High temperature problems. Sub-system and system reliability. behaviors of unidirectional composites: prediction of strength. civil & mechanical systems. thin walled composite beams. failure modes. random process. Composite sheet-stiffener combinations. Vibration of beams and plates. joints. # AE 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction. Continuous systems. basic statistical concepts. Definition. RANDOM VIBRATIONS Prereq. Basic stochastic processes concept. fracture mechanics. constitutive classical laminate theory. stiffness. interlaminar stresses. # AE 682 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Mechanical properties of composite materials. # AE 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Free and forced vibration of discrete multidegree of freedom systems with and without viscous damping. to probability theory. # Introduction. factors influencing strength & stiffness. to probability theory. classification. steel. ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE STRUCTURES Prereq. # AE 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Intro.AE 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF ENGINEERING SYSTEM Prereq. Bending of plates. aerodynamic heating. analysis of lamina. Reliability based design and maintenance policies. Design consideration. Optimization studies. AIRCRAFT MATERIALS AND PROCESSES Prereq. Plastics. Failure due to random vibration. random variables & processes. analysis of laminates after initial failure. Mechanical properties. natural modes. continuous systems. transparent materials. titanium etc. application to aero. Excitation response relations for stationary random processes-single and multidegree of freedom system with linear and non-linear characteristics.

moment of a force and angular momentum. thermodynamic properties. Eigen value problem. buckling of stiffened plates. impulse and momentum. potential and complementary potential. AEROSPACE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II Prereq. rigid bodies. effect of gust loading. work and energy. perfect and real gas.AE 686 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HELICOPTER THEORY : DYNAMICS AND AEROELASTICITY Prereq. vertical flight and forward flight. # AE 687 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] General loads on aircraft. Analysis of plates. applications to aerospace vehicles. # Historical development. equilibrium and nonequilibrium flow. Euler’s equations. Flap-lag and torsional dynamics of the blade. transform methods. control of smart structures. # AE 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Rigid body dynamics: Newton’s second law. Continuous system: introduction. Idealization of rotor blades. Flap-pitch. Analytical mechanics: degrees of freedom. virtual work. indeterminate structures. configurations of helicopters. transfer function. local buckling of composite shapes. flight control mechanism. DYNAMICS AND VIBRATION Prereq. pyro and ferro electric effects. piezo. Modal analysis. HIGH TEMPERATURE GAS DYNAMICS Prereq. momentum theory and blade element theory in hover. rotor system. Energy principles. equilibirum properties kinetic theory. Hamilton’s principle. # AE 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 690 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Nature of high temperature flows. two degrees of freedom system. Gibbs free energy and entropy production. microscopic description of gases. longitudinal and lateral stability and control of helicopters. thermodynamic principles. Kirchhoff and first order shear deformation plate theories. Lagrange’s equations. aeroelastic stability of rotor blades. system of particles. load factor. inviscid high temp. buckling of plates. electro-thermo-elastic formulation and analysis of smart structures. V-n diagram. transport properties. multiple degrees of freedom system. Lumped parameter systems: single degree of freedom system. INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF SMART STRUCTURES Introduction to smart materials. generalized coordinates. hysteresis effects:electric field in solids: fundamentals of continuum mechanics. deflection analysis. Linear system theory: frequency response. longitudinal. transition matrix. 69 . transverse and torsional vibrations of slender members. constitutive modelling for smart materials. lag-pitch and flap-lag coupling. basic conservation laws. simple model of rotor fuselage dynamics. Trim and equilibrium analysis.

data acquisition and processing. Multiple scale analysis. various strain measures.Raphson or initial stress method. : AE675. instrumentation buses. common transducers for displacement. Discrete transforms. nature of forcedeflection curves. string and file I/O. arrays. flow etc. AD DAC. spin up and spin down. complex analysis: analytic functions. wind tunnels. geophysical flows. THESIS Units : As arranged NONLINER FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (OPEN ELECTIVE) Prereq. DMA. iterative solution using direct and Newton. flow measurements. interrupts. transducers and signal conditioning. MEASUREMENT AND EXPERIMENTS IN FLUIDS. INSTRUMENTATION. Fourier and Laplace transforms. functional systems. loops and charts. Approx. critical points. non linear forces and boundary conditions. ME623 or equivalent • Overview of nonlinear problems in structural analysis geometric and material nonlinearities. • l. Data acquisition basics. graphical programming. Perturbation methods: regular and singular perturbation theory. DIO. RS232C. floating and differential inputs. PC Hardware structure. code interface nodes and DLL links. temperature. visualization. Bus based instrumentation. clusters and graphs. PCI buses. counters and timers. pressure and noise measurements. VIs and sub-VIs. DAQ methods. formula nodes. VI programming techniques. linear algebra. wall shear stress. TECH. M. pressure. advantages of VI techniques. temperature. fundamentals of fluid mechanics. HWA. operating system. singular points & Laurent series. typical applications. Eigenvalues & eigen vectors. theory. PDE: general classification.dimensional continuum problem: Axial bar under compression. noise and filtering. GPIB. uncertainty analysis. data flow techniques. grounding. # Need and objective.Raphson approaches. Sensors. INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION Introduction to VI. • Single degree of freedom system with geometric non linearity Incremental solution. combined incremental and iterative solution with full or modified Newton. timing. load. case and sequence structures. • One. weak and variational formulations based on Green strain measure. basic theorems & examples. Linear least square problem.Prereq.D Finite element formulation : Total and Updated Lagrangian 70 AE 696 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AE 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] AE 699 AE701/ ME724 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .AE 691 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS ODE: Singular points and their classification. Single ended.

Microscopic consideration of reaction rates. Physical processes in atomization. Updated Lagrangian formulation stress increments. Spherical waves. collisionless flow. Energy. The α method. derivation of stiffness and tangent stiffness matrices. Theory of multi-phase flows. Frequency domain representation of transient signals.• Two dimensional problems : Strain measures in two. # AE 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[4] Introduction to atomization. objectivity. Measurements in low density flows.Newton and Secant methods. reaction mechanisms. Stability of time integration schemes. role of chemical kinetics Chemical Kinetics : Formulation of chemical kinetics equations. Direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Oblique reflection and transmission at a planar interface. One dimensional flows of a simple monatomic gas. Spray Characterization Measurement techniques in Spray Characterization. Propagation of Plane waves : Reflection from a rigid surface.Fluid. energy conserving and automatic time stepping methods. Monopoles and Multi-poles. coherence. Numerical modeling of atomization process. Newmark’s scheme. FUNDAMENTALS OF LIQUID ATOMIZATION Prereq. Types of atomizers. arc length quasi . Classical Theories of atomization. Explosions : Thermal 71 AE 753 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[4] . THEORY OF COMBUSTION Introduction to combustion : Types of flames.and three . • 2-D Incremental formulation with updates. steady state approximation. limit point and bifurcation. PRINCIPLES OF ACOUSTICS Prereq. Arrhenius Law : Formulation of Arrhenius law.dimensions. Radiation due to waves on the wall. transition regime flows. stress measures ( Cauchy and Piola. Propagation in a Tube. binary elastic collisions: basic kinetic theory.approaches : derivation of stiffness and tangent stiffness matrices. Harmonic waves and complex Algebra Speed of sound. traversal of critical points. Atomizer design: Single Fluid and Twin. • Nonlinear Dynamics: Direct Integration techniques : explicit and implicit solution techniques. Quantitative measurement of sound : Frequency content and bnands. Applications of Atomizers Metal forming Chemical Industry Combustion. reference states & boundary conditions.Kirchhoff). • Advanced Solution Procedures: Line search. # The molecular model. Decibel scale. AE 747 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MOLECULAR GAS DYNAMICS Prereq. # AE 752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[4] Wave theory of sound : Plane waves. Multiple frequency signals. Radiation from Vibrating Bodies : Oscillating spheres. Intensity and Power.

Time and length scales. Laminar premixed combustion : Flame speed . Chemical equilibrium Conservation equations for reacting flows : Shvab Zeldovich formulation.Schuman Analysis. Phenomenological Analysis Ignition. AE 799 Ph. direct closure. thin flame approach. Turbulet premixed combustion : Theories. Turbulent nonpremixed combustion : Conserved scalar approach. Extinction and Flammability. two variable approach. Frank.explosions. Quenchingt and Flammability limits micro. Flame stabilization. flamelet model.premixed conbustion: Burke.D. Diffusion Theory (Zeldovich.Kamenstakii and Semenov).combustion.Hugoniot relations. Detonation and Deflagration : Chapman. Chapman Jouguet points Liminar non. stirred reactor. Chain branching explosions.Thermal theory (Mallard and Le Chatellier). THESIS Units : As arranged 72 .

Students of this program would find unique opportunities of employment and research in the areas of biomedical engineering.Tech program in biological sciences and bioengineering has been introduced from the year 2004. both in theory and practice. MHRD. No prerequisite of biology at school level is insisted upon for admission to this program. The third and fourth semesters of the M. Theory lectures. CSIR and Wellcome Trust). During their second year. bioinformatics. (BSBE) was established in September 2001 with the aim of providing a multidisciplinary research and teaching programme in modern Biology and Bioengineering. The program is open to students in all disciplines of sciences. mathematics and engineering.BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND BIOENGINEERING PROFESSOR Sinha P (Head) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Ashok Kumar Balaji Prakash Ganesh S ashokkum bprakash sganesh 4051 4013 4040 4014 4043 4052 4024 4041 4025 4044 4033 4028 pradips 4027 4019 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Katti DS Pal A Bandyopadhyaya A.. developmental biology. Pharmaceutical. in contrast to the commonly perceived notion of it as a descriptive subject. 73 . Program has been developed to meet the increasing demand in these fields of industry and research. impart a comprehensive training to the student during the first two semesters.Tech. Sen J dsk apal 4028 4029 4066 4058 abandopa 4055 4057 jonaki 4054 4057 Sankararamakrishnan R rsankar Subramaniam K Convenor. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: subbu Subramanian K subbu Katti DS dsk E-mails : head_bsbe@iitk. for leadership in the globally competitive fields of Life Science. engineering.Tech program would be primarily dedicated to research. chemical and mathematical sciences for designing. The program provides a unique fusion of biology with other basic and engineering Tel Nos : +91-512-259 4009 The Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering. The department has also developed extensive research facility and infrastructure. computational This includes genomics. pharmacy and medicine without any precondition of prior training in biology. BSBE) of the department is designed to provide both introductory and advanced levels of teaching in the areas mentioned earlier. supported by laboratory exercises. genomics etc. Research of the department is supported by funding from National and International agencies (DBT.Tech. they will take foundation and elective courses in basic biology and bioengineering topics. A new B. The goal of this program is to prepare the students. human molecular genetics. The young and dynamic faculty of the department conduct research in diverse areas of basic and applied branches of Biology and Bioengineering. The B. biotechnology. Concepts in biology will be sharply focused on to provide a holistic view and to facilitate integration of these with the fundamental principles of physics. DST. drug design. chemistry. academia and research. structural biology. DUGC : Convenor. students of BSBE will take courses common with all other branches of science and engineering in the first year. Major emphasis during the final semesters will be on research and development along with the development of entrepreneurial skills. The course is designed to introduce biology as an experimental science. executing and interpreting experiments in biology. Biotechnology industry. bioremediation. nano-biotechnology. bioinformatics. The postgraduate program (M. Students would also compete for ‘Joy Gill Endowment” scholarship for R&D intership in Bio-pharma and Biotech industries besides participating in Bio-business plan competitions.The final two years of the program will see the development of professional competence of the students on a broad spectrum of topics. The students will also find the application of a wide range of techniques in physical. besides developing their interest and excitement in biological experimentations and discoveries. tissue engineering and bioprocess engineering. Design of program allows students without any previous training in biology to rapidly adapt to these new fields of study.

TECH.CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B. STUDENTS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING S FIRST C O U R S CHM101 HSS1 ESC101 MTH101 PHY101 PHY102 PE101 SECOND BSE101 ESC 102 PHY103 MTH102 TA101 PE102 THIRD CHM201 ESO-1 ESO219 MTH203 BSE212 E M E S T E R SIXTH BSE392 BSE314 * * * * SEVENTH BSE498 BSE491 * * * EIGHTH BSE-499 * * * * FOURTH ESOII BSE216 TA201 BSE292 HSS1 FIFTH BSB341 BSE391 BSE352 BSE322 * * To be chosen from the following options : DE OE HSS2 SE DO BSE 100 D1 ESO219 D2 BSE216 BSE 292 D3 BSE314 BSE 391 D4 BSE 352 D5 BSE 322 BSE 392 D6 BSE 314 D7 BSE 498 BSE 491 D8 BSE 499 DE Introduction to Biological Sciences & Bioengineering Introduction to Biology Biochemistry BSBE Lab 1 : Molecular Biology Biochemical Engineering BSBE Lab II : Biochemistry and Biochemical Engineering Biomaterials Structural Biology and Bioinformatics BSBE Lab III : Structural Biology and Bioinformatics Biomechanics Project I BSBE Lab IV : Biomechanics and Biomaterials Project II BSBE Departmental Elective 74 .

industry and life style: impact of discoveries and technological innovations in biology. agrobiotechnology and in the diverse areas of basic science and medical research. BIOCHEMISTRY Properties of water. BIOMECHANICS Introduction to biomechanics. Bio-sensors. Coenzymes. Cell-cell communication and feedback. actuators and control. Polysaccharides. Career opportunities in biotechnology. Past.regulation of gene expression. Selective transmission of genetic messages . Globular Proteins. pharmaceutical industry. effects of pH. Chemical Equilibria. Emerging trends of collaboration between industry and academia for development of entrepreneurship in biotechnology. Bioengineering as an emerging science at the intersection of biology. Analysis of BSE 212 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BSE 216 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] BSE 292 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] BSE 314 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 75 . Lipids and Membranes. Free energy as an indicator of spontaneity. Lab tours. Amino Acids of Proteins. Intra-cellular transmission of genetic messages and their cellular translation. Optical Activity. Regulation of Enzymatic Activity: enzyme kinetics. Substrate Specificity. present and future of our society. Techniques of DNA manipulation and engineering. Primary Structure Determination. Biosynthesis of amino acids. Quaternary Structure. BSBE LAB I – MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Use of Transgenic organisms in the study of gene expression methodology to obtain high affinity antibodies. Challenges and excitement of research in biology and bioengineering. logic of building body plans– developmental translation of encoded messages. Catalytic mechanisms. Fibrous Proteins. engineering. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Genome as the store house of information. biomedical engineering. inhibition. Glyco-proteins. physics and chemistry.BSE 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-0-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND BIOENGINEERING Biology in the 21st Century – The brave new world in the post genome era. Mechanisms of enzyme action. Bases and Buffers. First and Second law of thermodynamics. lipids and nucleotides. DNA as the carrier of encoded messages. Acids. ThreeDimensional Structures of Proteins: Secondary Structure. Genomic diversity across organisms as a source of embedded intelligence in nature.

PROTEIN STRUCTURE & ENGINEERING Prereq : BSE 216 BSE 322 Purification of proteins. bioremediation. methods to estimate the concentration & purity. Protein dynamics. polishing-crystallization. Dynamics and Structural as a flexible structure. FASTA. Methods to determine 3D-Structures. phylogenetic prediction. spectroscopic techniques. stereochemistry. energy and power. Transport phenomena. isoelectroc focusing. site directed mutagenesis. antigen-antibody relationship. process monitoring and process economics. Elementary ideas of bonding and structure. Bio-dynamics III. applications of engineered proteins. Drug-protein interactions and Design. filteration. Fluid Mechanics Examples of Archimedes principles. pretreatment methods. Process integration– Bioprocess integration for efficient production and recovery. Global and local alignment. digesters. hydro-dynamics and locomotion. Dynamics and mechanics. Enzyme catalyzed reactions and processes. applications. affinity –based separation. Environmental bioprocesses – Interaction of mixed microbial population. adsorption. Viscosity and turbulence. Protein Engineering: Proteins design and engineering. case studies. Chromatography principles. Comparative genomics. Biological Membranes. pair wise and multiple sequence alignment. Bio-statics and Bio-dynamics I – Mechanics of motion. evolutionary tree construction. separation of cell biomass. Molecular graphics in protein engineering. Pattern searching in DNA & Protein sequences. Biodynamics II – Work. fracture. Pascal Law. Sterilization. scale-up consideration. Structure prediction from sequence features. Protein Folding. Instrumentation and control. reverse osmosis. BSE 322 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS Prereq : BSE 216 Biological Databases. Strategies to alter catalytic efficiency. Random. Aerodynamics. 76 . Bioseparations and bio-processes: Downstream processing – characteristics of biological materials. structure prediction and modeling proteins. anaerobic. Signal transduction. Membrane Assembly and Protein Targeting. BSE 323 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BSE 341 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING Fundamentals of Biochemical engineering: Stoichiometry and energetics of microbial metabolism. Principles of Protein Structure. friction. Alignment tools. X-ray crystallography and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance methods. biological wastewater treatment. eukaryotes. BLAST. gene prediction in prokaryotes. Bioreactor design and applications. Bernoulli’s theory and the living world. Receptors and hormones. drying. Human circulatory system. Protein structure classification.

current methods in protein crystallization. BSE 441 EVOLUTION OF BIOLOGICAL MACHINES. hydrogels. Pairwise and multiple sequence alignments using tools such as BLAST.different pH buffers and temperature Chromatography. Yeast antibody library screening. CLUSTAL and from GCG suite of programs. char-acterization. Determination of Protein structure by X-ray crystallography: protein purification. Principles of micro and macro evolution. FASTA.Salivary amylase.g. crystal freezing at low temperature for data collection. flying. eating. organismal and population. designing pharmacaphore models. Ceramics and glasses. Bioseparation using smart polymers. Evolution and natural selection as the means of optimization of biological machines at diverse scales: molecular. biodegradable. SDS-PAGE separation of proteins Enzyme Kinetics. reproduction. functions e.BSE 391 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-9-0-[5] BSBE LAB II – BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING Estimation of proteins by UV. Evaluating the quality of crystals. etc. scoring function and their relevance in downsizing hit lists. Natural. 77 . Polymeric materials. synthesis. Genetically engineered and Bioactive.Ion exchange/ HPLC/ GC/affinity Determination of molecular weights by Gel chromatography. Bioreactors and bioprocess engineering – use computer simulation to explore mass transfer phenomena and cell growth kinetics. A demonstration session on X-ray diffraction data collection and processing. Surface modification techniques. Metals. Estimation of sugars/blood cholesterol Respiration of mitochondria and oxidative phosphorylation. swimming. and fabrication methods– Inert. Principles of generating diverse body plan and design in nature. BSE 452 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIOMATERIALS Introduction to Materials Science: Bulk and surface properties of materials. sensing. Biocompatibility of Biomaterials: Protein structure. Theories of evolution and Darwanian selection. 3-0-0-0-4 Living body as an examples of finest designs for diverse activities. Exercises involving homology modeling of protein structures. Structure based drug design: Virtual screening techniques. BSBE LAB III – STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY & BIOINFORMATICS Prereg : BSE 322 BSE 392 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] De novo protein design and artificial proteins: approaches used in designing and constructing novel proteins.use state-of-art combinatorial library screening methodology to obtain high affinity antibodies. Bioinformatics – Training with Insight Molecular modeling package.. Bradford and Lowry methods. cellular. interaction of proteins with synthetic materials.

Plant structure and function: Plant tissues. Principles of evolution: Microevolution. acute inflammation. progenitor cells and cell differentiations). Principles of inheritance: Cell division. inflammatory responses. Molecular biology aspects (cell signaling molecules-growth factors. Nature of biological inquiry . source of energy for cells. chromosomes and genetics. Fundamentals of protein structure. fabrication test their characteristic.Characterization of cell-material interactions. cell attachment-integrins). BSBE LAB IV. Principles of tissue engineering. chronic inflammation. foreign body response. BSE 491 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] Meant for students without previous training/degree in biological sciences at the graduate level Concepts and Methods in Biology :. Cell structure and function. Bio-sensors and MEMS: Development of sensors for measuring pressure. Chemical Foundation for cells. mechanical strength and 3-D architecture). Drug delivery in tissue engineering. Rehabilitation applications of biomechanics. Control of artificial arms/legs using biological principles. Modeling natural material like wood. BSE 454 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO TISSUE ENGINEERING What is tissue engineering? Scope and objective of tissue engineering. Testing of synthetic materials Biomaterials: Biodegradable polymers . Evolution and diversity: Origin and evolution of life. fish-bone. Evolutionary view of diversity. hypothesis and tests. prokaryotic and eukaryotic life forms. BSE 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO MODERN BIOLOGY Prereq. Essential components of tissue engineering. transcription and translation. macro-evolutionary puzzle. temperature.BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMATERIALS Biomechanics: Human body motion analysis. Modeling human tissue and tissue biomaterial interactions. Carbon compounds in cells.. Cell Biology aspects (choice of cell type. 78 . force at the fingertips and soles of the feet. tissue compatibility and prosthetic devices.Energy and life's organization.Nature of the genetic material. DNA to protein .observations. Polymer spinners and micro lithography. nutrition and transport. bamboo. Materials Science/Engineering aspects (degradable materials).synthesis. computational simulation of biomaterial for their mechanical strength. ground rules for metabolism. patterns of inheritance. plant stem etc. assessment of material performance. Design and characterization of scaffolds (porosity. Principles of Cellular Life. speciation. Future of tissue engineering. Commercial developments of tissue engineering.

ecological pyramids. DNA-Protein Interactions: Mobility shift DNA binding assay. coprecipitation. biosphere. Tests of significance (x2 and t). Recombinant DNA technology: Isolation and characterization of DNA and RNA. Data representation. page based expression cloning. polymerase chain reaction. and in mammalian cells. poission and normal). polyclonal antisera. Cell motility and shape.sexual versus asexual reproduction stages of reproduction.Animal structure and function: Tissues and organs. immunity. and evolutionary view of behavior. Ecology and behavior Population ecology. Manipulating the Mouse Genome: overview. sequencing. endocrine control. and antipeptide antibodies. Analysis of protein-protein interactions: interaction trap/two hybrid system. cell cycle. Protein Expression: expression of protein in E. Introduction to statistics and probability.Cell signaling. mode/ median/standard deviation etc. GENETICS Prereq. homologous recombination. Histogram. and mutagenesis. Immunology: immunoassays. learn behavior. DNA cloning. purification of DNA binding proteins. Cell. DNAse I foot printing. affinity purification using GST binding fusion proteins. Cellular and tissue architecture: cell membrane. Nature of EcosystemsPrimary productivity. digestion and nutrition. insect cell. UV cross linking of proteins to nucleic acids. cyto-skeleton. social behavior. cell organelles and chromosome structure. # BSE 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Essential Principles of genetics: The principles of inheritance and selection of experimental models. biological cycles. Meant for students with training/degree in biological sciences at the graduate level Review of basic mathematics. determination of antibody specificity. Analysis of variance. far western analysis. reproduction and development .heritable aspects of behaviour. mouse ES cells. 3-d geometry. circulation. and pattern formation. mean. communication signals. preparation of monoclonal antibodies. Scatter plot. Yeast onehybrid screening for DNA-protein interaction. respiration. BSE 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS FOR BIOLOGISTS Prereq.coli. Extension of Mendelism: Gene action (genotype to 79 . Distributions (binomial. # Cell cycle. Matrices. sensory reception. Methylation and Uracil Interference Assays. Numerical methods and Vector analysis BSE 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Prereq. ecosystem. nuclear envelope.. chimeric mouse and knockout mouse. morphogenesis. transformation and targeted mutagenesis. regression and correlation. human impact on biosphere. cell differentiation. mitotic and meiotic cell division.

Morphological/molecular markers. gel electrophoresis. gel filtration. Hypersensitivity. Fluorescence. Motor proteins and nanotechnology. X linked inheritance. microsequence analysis. Biophysical techniques to purify and study proteins. ATP hydrolysis 80 .phenotype) Gene interaction. Cell mediated immune reactions. Immunodeficiency. Ion exchange. bacteria. labeling. Immunological techniques. Immunity to viruses. defining gene by Complementation test Genetic code. and Mas spectrometry) IMMUNOLOGY Prereq. Reporter genes. Structure of Motor proteins. Genetic analysis bacteria. IR and Raman spectroscopy. Cellular Imaging Techniques: Microscopy: Phase contrast Nomarsky. Generation of Diversity. Dialysis. transposition. BSE 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODERN INSTRUMENTAL METHODS IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Prereq. BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND BIO NANOTECHNOLOGY Prereq. conjugation and Transduction. recombination. and specialized applications (in vitro synthesis of protein. Linkage recombination and gene mapping. Evolution of concept of the gene: one gene one enzyme hypothesis. Mass. Mutagenesis. Antigen recognition. Fluorescence. Self assembly of cryoskeletal polymers. Generation of genetic diversity: Mutation. blotting and immunodetection) and purification (various chromatograpy. Motility properties of motors. HPLC. Regulation of immune response. Tumor Immunology. reversed phase. transplantation and rejection. # BSE 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to Immunology. X-Ray diffraction. Analysis of Proteins: Electrophoretic separation of proteins (single dimension native and denaturing gels. affinity chromatography. # Applications of spectroscopic and other techniques to the study of biomolecules: UV-Vis spectroscopy. ultracentrifugation. NMR. Types of Motor proteins: Linear and Rotary motors. Circular dichroism. Force generation by poymerization. Cells involved in immune response. immunoprecipitation) of proteins. fungi. Deletion mapping. Doses compensation. Identification of a gene: phenotype to cloning. Sex determination.Structure and mechanics of cytoskeleton. # BSE 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Nanotechnology: Cellular Architecture . Autoimmunity and autoimmune disease. Atomic Force and confocal. Cytological mapping. detection (staining. The genetic basis of phenotypic variation. Transformation. mapping of phage genotype. salting out and precipitaion by organic solvents. Antigen receptor molecules. 2D and digital electrophoretic analysis). Epistatsis. Techniques of genetic analysis/Genetic dissection of biological process/ discovery of pathways. Genetics of prokaryotes: Genetics of viruses/phage. Mitotic recombination. complement. extra chromosomal inheritance. protozoa and worms.

Movements : The motor systems. Organizers. Concepts and dynamics of microbial interactions in mixed populations. kinetics of single substrate reactions: enzyme inhibition. gas-liquid mass transfer. power requirements. Enzyme Catalysis and immobilized biocatalysts (principles of enzyme catalysis. touch and smell. transport and Reactor Process (continuous stirred tank. Microbial growth (stoichiometry and energetics. sterilization). Regeneration and aging. Biochemical Engineering: Overview of biotechnology. taste. Bioproducts & economics. DNA as a polymer and DNA-based motors basics of DNA structure. solvent mediated sparation. Model systems. STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICS Prereq. Sensory pereception : Vision. BSE 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Neurobiology Prereq # Cell and molecular biology of neurons. molecular mechanics and dynamics. preci-pation. 3D-structures of proteins. # BSE 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic concepts and historical account. Animal body plan: Axes and germ layers. chromotography. Downstream processing . methods of immobilizations.). Genes and development: gene expression and their regulation. DNA structures. Single molecule mechanics and DNA dynamics. sleep and dream. Base pairing. unstructured and structured models. FTIR. RNA polymerase and DNA helicase as motors. Mechanism of synaptic transmission. local signaling and generation of action potential. X-ray and NMR techniques. force fields. ultrafiltration. reflexes. Solid State NMR. Raman. denaturation and inactivation. plug flow and packed bed bioreactors. Cell fate determination and cell differentiation. Hairpin loops and helices: reciprocal exchange and stability of DNA structure. membrane proteins. Morphogenesis. motifs used in DNA nanotechnology. Homology modeling. IR. other spectroscopic techniques used to deduce structural information (CD. hearing. electrophoresis and crystallization. external and internal mass transfer effects or immobilized kinetics. Voluntary control of motion etc. Cell-cell communication during development. Electrostatic. computational studies to understand the structure-function relationships of proteins. Functions of hypothalamus limbic system and the Cerebral cortex learning and memory. Membrane potential. biomolecular 81 .mechanism of various Motor proteins: comparison of kinetics Steps and force production by motors. protein secondary structure. Environmental regulation of animal development. none BSE 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Conformational studies of biomolecules. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY Prereq. mass balance for two phase reactors.Product recovery and purification (Centrifugation. electron crystallography. chemo-mechanical coupling of motors: single molecule approaches. ESR etc.

Functional genomics in model organisms. Hidden Markov Models. Gene prediction. Gain-of-function mutations. Proteomics. Homology modeling. Control of genes. Genomic imprinting and human disease. The Human Genome Project. Simulation studies of proteins and nucleic acids. Pair wise and multiple sequence alignments. Pharmacogenomics. Sequence variations and disease susceptibility. Genetics of behavioral disorders. Sensory Reception. Structural genomics. Conformational studies of biomolecules. Biological databases. Globular and membrane proteins. Animal models in human genetics: Methods used for diagnosis and detection of gene mutations. Round Rules of Metabolism. X-inactivation and DNA methylation. How Cells Acquire Energy. 82 . Loss-of-function mutations. Bioinformatics tools. recombinant DNA and genetic engineering Tissue. BSE 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIOINFORMATICS AND COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY Prereq. Mutifactorial inheritance. Recent developments in genomics. Cell Structure and Function. Flow of information : Chromosome and DNA. Organs and Homeostasis Nervous Systems. Immunity. Principles of Cell structure and function : Cell Division and Mitosis. Digestion and Human Nutrition. High-throughput expression analysis. Genome-wide search for interacting partners. The impact of genomics on biological research. and How Cells release stored energy. Pharmacogenetics and biochemical genetics. Identification of alternatively spliced genes. Introduction to Biology Prereq : none ESO 219 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Chemical Foundation for Cells : Carbon Compounds in Cells. Dynamic mutations. Protection. Identification of a large set of genes involved in a biological process. Gene mapping and positional cloning. Protein folding problem.simulation programs. # BSE 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Simple Mendelian traits. Support. Gene interactions. high-throughput structure determination. Circulation. and Movement. Gene Therapy. HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS Prereq. Reproduction and Development. BSE 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS Prereq. Genetics of neoplasia. Highthroughput phenotypic analysis. Respiration. Analysis of genomic sequences. Endocrine Control.# BSE 632 Introduction to Molecular Genetics. DNA to protein. Meiosis. # Introduction.

The departmental faculty has also authored nearly 30 textbooks and research monographs through reputed publishers in India and abroad which reflects the faculty’s commitment to teaching. The Department imparts graduate education with emphasis on chemical engineering fundamentals and prepares students for a high level of competence in the use of modern engineering methods. and Ph. DBT.CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Bhattacharya PK (Head) Chhabra RP Deo G Gupta JP Gupta SK Khanna A Kumar A Kunzru D Sharma A Verma N Convenor. Fellowships of Academy of Sciences and Engineering. M. Faculty members engage in high level consultancy work in industry during summers.g.. Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar.g. simulation and controls. etc. interfacial phenomena.Tech. CSIR. There are a number of completed and ongoing projects sponsored by various national funding agencies including the Department of Science and Technology. degrees in Chemical Engineering. etc. GSFC Baroda. Herdillia. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: pkbhatta 7093 7817 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Kaistha N Panda S rpc goutam jpg skgupta akhanna anilk dkunzru ashutos nishith Joshi YM Verma N Panda S 7393 7363 7175 7031 7117 7195 7193 7026 7704 joshi 7993 7811 7406 7127 7607 7881 Shankar V nkaistha spanda vshankar 7513 6146 7377 7136 6065 7827 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Apte P Garg S Ghatak A Joshi YM Singh JK papte sgarg aghatak joshi Jayantks 7457 7736 7146 7993 7017 7860 6045 6065 nishith 7704 spanda 6146 Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ E-mails : _____@iitk. They are primarily intended to prepare students for teaching and R&D careers in computer aided process design. etc. IPCL The Department of Chemical Engineering offers academic programmes leading to B... DUGC : Convenor. ARDB. complex fluid flow modeling etc. Most of the graduate courses have a strong engineering science and modern orientation. Hindustan Lever. Duncan Industries Ltd. Engineers India Ltd. whereas some others have sponsored projects funded by industry (e.). The department enjoys an excellent rapport and professional interaction with various industrial organizations.Tech. The department has a young and dynamic faculty who are recognised both nationally and internationally. CHT. Our students find employment in renowned industrial and academic organisations in India and abroad.) Their research in diverse areas of Chemical Engineering is published in prestigious international journals with high impact factors.. GAIL. process safety. BPCL. 83 . who have received numerous awards and honours for excellence in fundamental research for process development (e. UP State Agro Industries. CAD and microprocessors based instrumentation.. Amar Dye-Chem and NOCIL awards of IIChE. etc. Ministry of Human Resource Development.

to Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Chem.III HSS-II ChE 453 Chem. Thermodynamics Chemical Process Calculations HSS-I Heat and MassTransfer Separation Processes Chemical Reaction Engineering Chemical Process Industries Open Elective-I Sc Elective-I Biochemical Engineering Process Dynamics and Control Unit Opn. Lab II Summer In-Plant Training Project Departmental Elective .I Open Elective . STUDENTS CHEMICAL ENGINEERING S E M E S T E R FIRST C O U R S E CHM101 PHY101 PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N ESC101 PE101 SECOND TA101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC102 CHE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO202 ESO212 CHE251 FOURTH HSS-I-2 TA201 ESO218 CHE211 CHE221 FIFTH SE-1 CHE312 CHE331 CHE361 OE-1 SIXTH HSS-II-1 CHE313 CHE362 CHE381 CHE391 OE-2 SEVENTH HSS-II-2 CHE452 CHE492 CHE494 CHE495 DEL-1 OE-3 EIGHTH SE-2 CHE453 CHE463 DEL-2 DEL-3 ChE 100 ChE 211 ChE 221 ChE 251 ChE 312 ChE 313 ChE 331 ChE 361 OE-I SE-I ChE 362 ChE 381 ChE 391 OE-II Intro. III SE-II Sc Elective -II 84 . Polymeric & Ceramic Materials & Processing DE-II. Lab I Open Elective-II ChE 452 ChE 492 ChE 494 ChE 495 DE-I OE-II HSS-II Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering Unit Opn.TECH. Engg. Design ChE 463 Electronic. DE-III Departmental Elective . Engg.CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.II.

NRe charts. Concerns of chemical engineering: traditional areas. Thermodynamic Potentials. IPR. Filtration.g. petrochemical industries. pipeline system design including pseudo-steady state approximation. Basic tools of Chemical Engineering: physico-chemical. ecology) scales. loading and flooding). Engineering Bernoulli Equation. f vs. ESO 212 ChE 211 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Review of Navier-Stokes’ (NS) equations. P–V–T Relations of Pure Fluids Graphical. hydraulic diameter. LLE.. flow measurements. compressors and blowers. NPSH. bioengineering and biotechnology. FLUID MECHANICS Prereq. Screening of educational videos from AIChE and I Chem E. environment. Generalized EOS. health. Simple laboratory demonstrations. as well as from Indian industries. new materials. Compressible flows in conduits. textiles. 85 . Centrifuges and cyclones (including some recent models). Concept of unit operations and descriptions of important unit operations. non-dimensionalization of NS equations. Visit to research laboratories of the department and other specially chosen laboratories in the Institute to introduce chemical engineering concerns. Concepts of scaleup.Tabular and Mathematical representaion. analogies. fundamentals of two-phase flow. Thermodynamic properties of real gases. Head vs. Phase Equilibrium (VLE. design.. Q plots of centrifugal pumps. e. kinetics and reactors. Intimate connections with other physico-chemical sciences. introduction to turbulence. biomolecular revolution (e. Professional ethics. pneumatic and hydraulic transportation. food. ESO 202 ChE 221 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Review of I and II Laws of Thermodynamics. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS Prereq. Mixing and Agitation: Power consumption. modeling and simulation: from molecular to terrestrial (e. flow through packed beds and in fluidized beds (pressure drops.g. Maxwell Relations. Review of Thermochemistry. Chemical reaction equilibria. Generalized compressibility chart. Characterization of solids. cavitation and priming. Frontiers: role and future of Chemical Engineering in the computer/information revolution. and other engineerings: case studies and examples. Safety.COURSE DESCRIPTION ChE 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING What is engineering vis-à-vis basic Science? What is Chemical Engineering? What do Chemical Engineers do? Diversity of employment opportunities. scale-up. thermodynamics. K factors and equivalent lengths for various fittings. Multicomponent mixtures. correlations for fluid flow Short introduction to non-Newtonian flows. pulp and paper. mathematical and biological sciences. energy. Properties of solutions. mixing times. transport phenomena. Historical perspectives and needs.. Thermodynamic Property Relations. biological and biomedical sciences.g. nanodevices). VLLE). Plant visits.

adsorption [blow down]). Convective heat transfer (laminar & turbulent). view factors. 86 . drying. simultaneous heat and mass transfer. extraction. Evaporators: type of equipment. Interface mass transfer. adsorption. extraction and adsorption. Steady State Material balances in Multiphase systems. Aspen should be used as much as possible. adsorption. radiation properties. liquid-liquid contactor. and condenser. SEPARATION PROCESSES Prereq. staged and continuous contact. humidification): McCabeThiele method. Process Flow sheeting with sequential modular calculations. Steady State Energy Balances – in non-reacting & reacting systems. McCabe-Thiele and matrix method. design. Radiation: thermal radiation. Review of Basic concepts – Process variables & properties. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Prereq. De-Coupled & coupled mass & energy balances. Design of gas-liquid. Separations with reflux: distillation. humidification. Unsteady State Balances. single and multiple effect evaporators. drying. Thomas method for solution. ChE 221 ChE 312 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Heat conduction. ChE 221. ChE 312 ChE 313 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Mass transfer equipment: continuous contact and staged contact units for absorption. NTU). matrix method. Estimation of stage efficiencies. Aspen/Matlab should be used wherever possible.ChE 251 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS Prereq. stage efficiency. distillation. different types of processes. Phase equilibria: phase diagrams. species balance. Calculations for network of units with recycle & bypass. V-L-E. convective mass transfer (laminar & Turbulent). ESO 212. Single stage unsteady state: (distillation. correlations. Degree of Freedom. continuous contact (HTU. Condensation: film-wise and drop-wise condensation. Membrane separation processes: fundamentals. continuous contact. estimation of binary and multicomponent phase equilibria. correlations. Boiling: pool and convective boiling. compact exchangers. numerical solutions. G-L-E. Recycle & purge. Separations without reflux: isothermal cases: stage contactor: McCabe -Thiele method. Short-cut methods for distillation. Steady State Material Balances – in nonreacting systems and reacting system. introduction. Separations without reflux: nonisothermal cases (absorption. types of equipment. Crystallization: phase equilibria. crystal growth. None Guidelines for Problem Solving. Heat exchanger design: Shell-and-tube. Molecular diffusion. elemental vs. S-L-E. heat exchange between surfaces. reboiler. wet-bulb and adiabatic saturation. drying. combustion of fossil fuels. Single stage (steady state): binary and multicomponent.

Process Plant Diagnosis. High level control (Cascade. Fermentors. ESO 212. Intermediates. enzymes etc. Biomass Production. Nonideal flow. Herbs. Design and Analysis of Biological Reactors. Expert Systems (CONPHYDE. Downstream Product Recovery and Purification. 211. ChE 251 ChE 361 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Role of Chemical Engineer. Heat transfer. Elementary Process Flowsheeting P & I diagrams. 312. Biological Wastewater Treatment. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Artificial Intelligence and Networks in Chemical Engineering. Alkylation. Catalytic Reforming. Kinetics of Enzyme Reactions. Applied Enzyme Catalysis. Oils. MTH 203 ChE 381 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Introduction. Safety Analysis. Plastics. Pharmaceuticals. CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES Prereq. Instrumentation. Process models. Data Base Management and 87 . inferential. Fluid particle systems. Metabolic Stoichiometric and Energetics. Stability (Routh array & root locus). Feedback control. Transport Phenomena in Biosystems. Design of feedback controllers. dyes & paints. Process Modelling. KBS) and Tools (KEE. Natural Products –Pulp & Paper. Soaps. UNIT OPERATION LAB. Diffusion and Reaction in Porous Catalysts. 331 ChE 391 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-1-[4] ChE 452 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Fluid flow. PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL Prereq. Inorganic Industry–Fertilizers. Digital control. Artificial Neural Network. Fault Diagnosis and Trouble Shooting. Hydrocracking. Catalysis. ChE 221 Introduction. I Prereq. Interfacial properties. Nonelementary Homogeneous Reactions. Frequency response analysis (Bode and Nyquist plots). Thermodynamics. adaptive. Basic Concepts in Chemical Kinetics. Isothermal Reactor Design. Time delay. Nonisothermal Reactors. ART). DNA.). Design for Multiple Reactions in Isothermal Reactors. Petroleum & Petrochemicals: Refining/Crude Distillation. Aromatic Extraction.ChE 331 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING Prereq. Amination. Chemicals of Life (RNA. FCC. Smith predictor. Molecular Genetics and Control. Kinetics of Catalytic Reactions . Laplace transforms.). feedforward. ChE 251. Learning and Training. Environmental Pollution & Waste Treatment. Mass transfer. Process dynamics. Collection and Analysis of Rate Data. override etc. BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING Prereq. Interaction of Mixed Microbial Populations. Chlor alkalies. ChE 331 ChE 362 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Cell Structure and Cell Types. Linearization. MIMO systems. ratio.

Etching. Continuous plant design (group term projects). Control of Microcontamination. Heat transfer. Heat Exchange Network Analysis. solar cells. Zeolites. Chemical Vapour Deposition and Reactor Design. Applications of Polymers (Exchange Resin etc. HAZOP and Safety in design.Qualitative Interpretation of Process Data. FLUENT ChE 453 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Prereq. Doping. DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES ChE 494 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] ChE 495 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-8-0-[0] PROJECT Prereq. Classification and Electrical. Ceramic Forming Processes (Sol-gel. ChE 251. chemical reactors. 313. Microlithography. ChE 463 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] ChE 492 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-1-[4] UNIT OPERATION LAB II Prereq. POLYMERIC & CERAMIC MATERIALS & PROCESSING Prereq. Batch process Design for sequential processing using SUPERPRO. Conceptual Process Synthesis. ASPEN PLUS. Scale-up & pilot plant studies. storage vessels. Casting etc. Oxidation. Polymer Blends and Composites. Synthesis of Separation Trains. 452 Introduction to Design – Process Development. Batch Processing Packages (SUPERPRO). Ceramic Drying. Ceramic Processing Additives. ChE 312 Atomic structure. 331. ELECTRONIC. Transistors and Process Sequence of Fabrication. Computer aided data acquisition and on-line analysis. Simulation Packages. 381 Mass Transfer. Process dynamics and control. Flow Behaviour and Polymer Processing. # Student will work on design/research projects to carry out theoretical/experimental work on problems in chemical engineering as assigned by the project advisor. pressure vessels. Cost Estimation & profitability analysis.). SUMMER IN-PLANT TRAINING A written report and an oral presentation/interview after successful completion of an 8-week industrial in-plant training with a chemical industry. semiconductor materials. distillation/adsorption columns. Process Flowsheeting and simulation using ASPEN PLUS. process alternatives. ChE 312. Surface Processing and Shaping. Polymer Catalysis and Molecular Chemistry. Ceramic Raw Materials and Characterization. Conceptual design of reactors. Mechanical Properties of Polymer.). Ceramic Beneficiation Process. DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES 88 .

creativity and innovation. extraction. some famous frauds in science. Mode of Dialysis. concept of excellence. 89 . Presenting popular lectures to semi-technical and or/non-technical audience/ participating in public debates on scientific issues. art of reading and understanding scientific papers and critical evaluation of the underlying premises and assumptions. Equations of motion and their solutions. Ultrafiltration: Types of Transport through UF Membranes. Osmaotic Pressure Model utization. Motivation for research. Continuity equation for multicomponent systems. ethics in science and engineering. artists.dialysis . Membrane Characterization. Is science necessary? Working of some of the great minds from all walks of lifescientists. Scientific communication. Energy equation and its exact solutions. Electro-dialysis: Types of Electro. General design methods flash separation short-cut and rigorous methods. different types and styles of research in sciences.etc. Reverse Osmosis: Models of Solvent and Solute Transport. Boundary layer theory. THERMODYNAMICS I Prereq. energy and mass and macroscopic balances. Making scientific presentations at conferences. Dialysis: Solute Transport analysis of dialyzer operation. Concept of Limiting Current Density. scaling and orders of magnitude analysis. constitutive relations. Permeation of Gases through Membranes and Pervaporation. Diafiltration: Process Design. literature reviews. critical and positive thinking. scientific temperament. # TRANSPORT PHENOMENA ChE 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ChE 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Advanced topics in multicomponent staged separation processes such as distillation. role of serendipity. Stability and phase Transition. # Definition and nature of research. Gibbs Duhem relation. Scientific and critical reasoning skills. # ChE 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Separation Factors for Rate Governed Separation Processes. writers. Liquid Membrane.Tools for thinking. Development of problem solving skills. constitutive relations.ChE 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] RESEARCH METHODS AND SKILLS Prereq. absorption. reports and thesis. Fouling and Concentration Polarization in UF. Turbulence. writing scientific papers. Energy minimum principle. Concentration Polarization. Statistical Thermodynamics: Statistical mechanics of ensembles. Concentration Polarization. Thermodynamic potentials. NEW SEPARATION PROCESSES Prereq. Equilibrium criteria. Prereq. mind mapping.Ion Transport Fundamentals. Transport theorem. Interphase transport of momentum. # Kinematics. Organisation of ideas. # ChE 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Postulational Thermodynamics: Postulates. Professional attitudes and goals. MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF SEPARATION PROCESSES Prereq. role of simple models in thinking and in developing an understanding.

and application of molecular simulation. NUMERICAL METHODS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Prereq. Heterogeneous catalytic reactions. reactor stability. Commercial simulation software. Isotherms and Rates: Experimental aspects of adsorption and allied phenomena on catalyst surfaces. Partial Differential Equation. Evaluation of free energies. Elementary satistical mechanics. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Prereq. Promoters and Carriers. 90 . Gear’s algorithm. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Matrices. Estimation of equilibrium constant in reacting systems. Theory of corresponding states. Matrices. e.Estimation of Thermodynamic properties in Ideal gases. Behaviour of chemical reactors: ideal and nonideal flow. Newton-Raphson. Vector Spaces. Greens Functions. Fugacities in gas mixtures and liquid solutions. Fluid-Solid non-catalytic reactions. # Theory methods. Oxidation. and transport and rate coefficients. Molecular modeling.g. Solutions of ODEs (IVP): Runge Kutta. Transform Techniques. THERMODYNAMICS OF FLUIDS AND FLUID MIXTURES Prereq. Pore structure and surface area estimation and their significance. phase equilibria. ChE 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SIMULATION Prereq. Nonlinear Equations. gas solubilities. Important catalysts. Applications to simple and complex fluids and solids. # ChE 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Behaviour of chemical reactions. CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING Prereq. non-isothermal reactor performance. interfacial properties. Basic Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics techniques and ensemble averaging. Sturm Louiville Theory. Initial Value Problem. Separation of Variables.. PRINCIPLES OF HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS Prereq. Mechanisms of some typical heterogeneous catalytic reactions. High pressure equilibria. Heterogeneous reactions: interphase and intraphase heat and mass transfer effects. # ChE 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Classical thermodynamics of phase equilibria: Thermodynamic properties from volumetric data: Nature of intermolecular forces. # ChE 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Systems of Linear and Non-Linear Algebraic Equations: Successive Substitution. Bifurcation and Chaos. Continuation Methods. Energetics. # ChE 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Adsorption. Linear Operators. # ChE 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Modelling. Multistep Methods. Interpolation.

Pilot plant. Modelling and Simulation Techniques: Length and time scale analysis in multiscale systems. Phase plane. OPTIMIZATION Prereq. process development. Asymptotes. ChE 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODELING AND SIMULATION IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Prereq. process evaluation . Additional examples from transport processes and chemical kinetics. Stochastic models . Optimization and economic considerations. project engineering. Shooting Methods. case studies. Non-linear parameter estimation: Model building and model discrimination. Design of experiments. Significance tests: linear regression.Example from stirred tank and plug flow. and Probabbility distribution. Fractal models . Monte Carlo methods . Moments. single variable problems: search techniques.Poisson Process.Diffusion and reaction limited growth. Dynamic Programming. practical considerations. stirred tank. # Elementary concepts of statistics. # Mathematical Model and its Necessity: Model Development principles: Synthesis of sub-models. Time series. Nonlinear dynamics and Chaos. Solution and analysis of results: Parameter estimation. Hypothesis testing. # ChE 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to the elements of process design. ODE (BVPs) and PDEs: Finite Difference.Stiffness and Stability of algorithms. Dimensional Analysis. Application in mixing. 91 . Birth-death process. Microbial population. Multivariable problems without constraints: direct methods. reaction. safety considerations and successful plant operations. coagulation. first and second order methods. # ChE 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Mathematical formulation of optimization problems. Aggregate structure.Basics of Random No. Examples from Crystallization. Classification of Models: Deterministic and stochastic . fludized bed. process design engineering.Fundamentals. Finite Elements. ChE 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] APPLIED STATISTICS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Prereq. Lumped and Distributed parameter . Multivariable problems with constraints: Calculus of variations. Analysis of variance.Principles. Pontryagin’s maximum principle. Scaling. Markov process. Hypothesis. PROCESS ENGINEERING Prereq. Population balance models . Time and event driven methods. flow sheeting.Example from thermal diffusion. Experimental facts. Reduction of equations.

rapid thermal processing. Vapour release models. extrusion. Techniques of polymerization: bulk. Alkylation.ChE 658 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHEMICAL PLANT SAFETY AND HAZARD ASSESSMENT Prereq. Process intensification. process in applications. interfacial in both semi-batch and multiphase reactors. molding. 92 . refinery tests and crude oil evaluation . Emulsion Polymerization. chemical and physical vapor deposition. Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosions (BLEVE). PARTICULATE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Prereq. Polymer Reaction Kinetics: Step-growth polymerization. Catalytic isomerization. PROCESSING Prereq. dispersion. Fire and explosions. Catalytic cracking. copolymerization. Emergency planning and disaster management. # ChE 670 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Polymer Fundamentals: Chemistry of Polymer synthesis. Polymerization. INTRODUCTION TO POLYMER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Prereq. # Hazardous properties of chemicals. Ionic and cationic polymerization. particles in fluids. ionic. PETROLEUM REFINERY ENGINEERING Prereq. free radical. PRINCIPLES OF POLYMER. Risk assessment method. suspension. Chain statistics and rubber elasticity. # Micro-electronic material processing techniques covering aspects through transport mechanism. Delayed Coking. emulsion. Inherently safer design. Calendaring. Clean room technology: particulate deposition and filtration aspect. plasma processing (deposition and etch). Plant Security. fibre spinning. constitutive equations. # ChE 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of equations of motion. free-radical chain growth polymerization. reaction kinetics and design : silicon crystal growth. discharge of particulate bulk solids. crude distillation column design. # ChE 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Kinetics and mechanisms of polymerization: condensation. stereo-regular. PROCESS ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES IN MICROELECTRONIC FABRICATION Prereq. # ChE 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Particle characterization. Physical properties and characterization of polymers. epitaxy. electrochemical deposition. oxidation. chemical mechanical planarization. Safety audit. Site selection. ion implantation. lithography. Hydrocracking. Hydrotreating. REACTION ENGINEERING OF POLYMERS Prereq. mixing. Catalytic reforming. particle mechanics. # ChE 659 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ChE 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Petroleum refining in India. Molecular weight distribution and control: simulation of some industrial reactors.

O3 depletion in stratosphere. Shearing of an compressible elastic material. Stability criteria: Stack plume rise. Equation of equilibrium for a bent plate. Description and statistical properties of a single polymer chain (ideal and real chains). Acid Rain.Organic/Inorganic/Biological. Euler’s buckling instability. # Classification of fluid behaviour: Constitutive relations. Bending and torsion of rods. Chemical equibiliria. Tube model and Reptation theory. Application of bending plate geometry for solving problems related to Adhesion. specific forms of strain energy. Excluded-volume effects. # Air Pollution . nucleation. Mixing and agitation: requirements. Twisting instability of rods. Experimental measures of rheological response. Polymer dynamics: General theory of Brownian motion. Mathematical Preliminaries. Continuum aspects of rheology. Molecular theories for polymer dynamics and rheology. Flory-Huggins theory. Review of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. Equilibrium of an elastic medium bounded by a plane. Nonlinear elasticity: Molecular approach to rubber. strain energy theory. Dimensional analysis. Rheometry: Flow of non-Newtonian fluids in closed conduits: Flow in complex geometries: Fixed and fluidized beds. Solid bodies in contact with and without interactions. Adsorption: Break through Analysis. INTRODUCTION TO POLYMER PHYSICS AND RHEOLOGY Introduction. Control of Pollutents: Absorption. # ChE 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ChE 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamental Equations: The strain tensor. Aerobic and Anerobic digesters. MECHANICS OF SOFT MATTER Prereq. Aerosols: Atmospheric deposition. Hooke’s law. Thermodynamics of deformation. The stress tensor. Saint Venant’s principle. Puff and Plume dispersion.Atmospheric Pollutants: Photochemical smog in troposphere. Equilibrium of rods and plates: Equations of equilibrium of rods. Bio-tower reactor design. 93 . Water Pollution . Stress equilibrium relations in Cartesian. Troposphere Energy Balance: Pressure & Temperature relationship. Waste Water Treatment.ChE 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION: CONTROL. Rouse & Zimm theories. two phase flows. heat and mass transfer processes in non-Newtonian systems. Cavitation in crosslinked networks. ChE 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF RHEOLOGY Prereq. DESIGN AND MODELLING Prereq. Neo-Hookean elasticity. Particles: Mechanism of Particles capture. Thermodynamics of polymer solutions and blends. Homogeneous deformations. Dissolved O2 model. Activated sludge process reactor design. cylindrical and polar coordinates. The energy of a bent plate.

D. multiphase reactors.TECH.) PH. foam. Control Design for Complete Plants. line & on line. Digital Control: Z-transforms. THESIS GRADUATE SEMINAR (M. introduction to MIMO control systems. Stability and coagulation of colloids. ChE 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ChE 699 ChE 701/ 702 ChE 799 ChE 801/ 802 M. sensors and transducers. # Prereq. surflactants. Generalized Predictive Control (GPC). emulsion. bio-science. Application software: data logging.Mechanics of cell wall: Elasticity of cellular filaments. discrete time dynamic systems. ADVANCED PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL Prereq. Optimal Control. # Process Identification Techniques for SISO & MIMO systems . interfacial thermodynamics. membrane undulations. Laboratory exercises. THESIS GRADUATE SEMINAR (PH. filtering. Case Studies using MATLAB & SIMULINK software. FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Prereq. adaptive control. catalyst sintering/redispersion. stability of muliphase systems. Internal Model Control for SISO & MIMO systems. soft networks in cell. COMPUTER-AIDED PROCESS CONTROL Prereq.) 94 . nucleation and growth: Colloids in chemical engineering. in separation processes. System software: realtime programming. wetting and adhesion. TECH. ChE 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ChE 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SPECIAL TOPICS Course contents vary from time to time. D. # ChE 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Hardware: Analog and digital interfacing. Model Predictive Control (MPC): Dynamic Matrix Control (DMC). # Capillarity. Multivariable Control.

Admission to this programme is through the IIT JEE examination. The Department strives to provide undergraduates majoring in various Engineering and Science subjects. programme for students who have completed their higher secondary or intermediate education in science.) degree. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: Ghorai MK Rao MLN Bera JK mkghorai maddali jbera 7518 7163/7532 7336 The Department of Chemistry has an undergraduate programme leading to Master's (M.D. In addition. D. programme attempts to instil the spirit of research. A course in General Chemistry with laboratory content on experimental methods in chemistry is compulsory for all undergraduate students.Sc.CHEMISTRY PROFESSORS Bharadwaj PK Chakraborty T (On leave) Chandra A Chandrashekar V Chandrasekhar TK (On leave) Gajbhiye NS Gupta BD Gupta Bhaya P Khan FA Manogaran S Moorthy JN Mukherjee RN Sarkar S Sathyamurthy N (On leave) Singh VK Sundar Manoharan S pkb tapasc amalen vc tkc nsg bdg pinaki faiz sm moorthy rnm abya nsath vinodks ssunder 7034 7772 7976 7259 7282 7080 7046 7372 7864 7303 7438 7437 7265 7367 7291 7425 7708 7386 7390 7774 6043 7394 7340 7340 7357 7241 7617 7426 7423 7730 Vankar YD (Head) Verma S Yadav VK vankar sverma vijendra 7492 7643 7439 7169 7962 7939 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Bera JK Ghorai MK Gurunath R Goswami D Rao Maddali LN Srihari K jbera 7336 7539 6039 7187 7163 7469 mkghorai 7518 gurunath 7417 dgoswami7520 maddali srihari 7532 7043 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Anantha Raman G Ranganathan M Rath SP garaman 7517 madhavn 6037 sprath 7251 6069 Convenor. including bio-related areas. programme through a nationwide entrance test called JAM to those with a Bachelor’s degree from other Institutions. The Ph. organic and physical chemistry. The courses on physical and industrial organic chemistry are taken by those undergraduate students who have a particular interest in them. Sc. DUGC : Convenor. 95 . The Department offers a two-year M. It includes an integrated sequence of course work and research in various branches of chemistry such as inorganic.Sc. a basic understanding of the principles of chemistry and an awareness of its technological importance.) degree and a postgraduate programme leading to Doctorate (Ph. there is a fiveyear integrated M.

organo-metallic chemistry. magnetic resonance (NMR and ESR). laser spectroscopy. M. bio-organic chemistry and enzyme chemistry and supramolecular chemistry. solid state chemistry.IV Physical Chemistry Lab. organic and physical areas. bio-inorganic chemistry. Organic photochemistry. computer simulation of liquids. structural studies using X-ray diffraction.3 SEM. I CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM 401 421 423 441 521 SEM. III CHM 503 CHM 611 CHM 621 CHM 664 DE . biophysical chemistry. research forms one of the major activities of the Department. synthetic main group chemistry. II CHM 402 CHM 422 CHM 442 CHM 443 CHM 481 DE . theoretical chemistry. physical photochemistry. (2-year) SEM. Methods in Chemistry Project General Seminar Special Seminar 96 . mechanistic organic chemistry. applied chemistry. molecular beams and clusters. polymer chemistry.III Physical Chemistry II DE .1 SEM.V Inorganic Chemistry I Inorganic Chemistry II Inorganic Chemistry Lab. The research interests of the Faculty include analytical chemistry.II Physical Chemistry I DE .D. The Department believes that the training of chemists to a high level of professional competence can best be done in an environment of active and significant research. DE . transition metal chemistry. chemical reaction dynamics. Biosystems Organic Preparations Lab.Sc.Laboratory Facilities Adequate laboratory facilities exist in the Department for teaching both undergraduate and graduate students. chemistry of natural products. Mathematics for Chemistry Physical Organic Chemistry Chemical Binding Modern Phy. synthetic organic chemistry.2 DE . We have a well developed undergraduate laboratory to carry out experiments in inorganic. Accordingly. IV CHM 700 CHM 800 CHM 801 DE . STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME M.4 DE .5 CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM 401 402 421 422 423 441 442 443 481 503 521 611 621 664 700 800 801 Organic Chemistry I Departmental Elective DE .I Organic Chemistry II DE . mass spectrometry. fullerene chemistry. students work on research projects with faculty members in their research laboratories which are well equipped for Ph. Sc. and postdoctoral research in almost every field of chemistry.

Physical Organic Chemistry Chemical Binding Modern Phy.CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR M. NDE-2 Non Departmental Elective-2 Biosystems Organic Preparation Lab. Methods in Chemistry 97 . OE-II Open Elective-II Organic Chemistry I OE-III Open Elective-III Organic Chemistry II DE-I Departmental Elective-I Organic Chemistry Lab.Sc. DE-II Departmental Elective-II Physical Chemistry I DE-III Physical Chemistry II Physical Chemistry Lab Inorganic Chemistry I Inorganic Chemistry II NDE-1 Non Departmental Elective-1 Inorganic Chemistry Lab. [ 5-YEAR ] STUDENTS CHEMISTRY S E M E S T E R FIRST C O U R S E CHM101 PHY101 PHY102 MTH101 ESC101 PE101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112 SECOND TA101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC102 CHM100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO-1 ESO-2 CHM301 FOURTH HSS-I-2 TA201 CHM222 CHM302 CHM341 CHM404 FIFTH HSS-II-1 CHM401 CHM421 CHM441 CHM503 OE-1 S E M E S T E R SIXTH C O U R S E CHM343 CHM402 CHM422 CHM442 OE-2 SEVENTH CHM423 CHM611 CHM621 CHM664 OE-3 DE-1 EIGHTH CHM443 CHM481 DE-2 DE-3 OE-4 NDE-1 NINTH HSS-II-2 CHM700 OE-5 OE-6 TENTH CHM700 NDE-2 CHM800 CHM801 CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM 201N 222 301 302 341 343 401 402 404 421 422 423 441 442 443 481 503 611 621 664 700 800 Basic Physical Chemistry ESO I Basic Organic Chemistry ESO II Basic Organic Chemistry-II M T H 203N Mathematics III Basic Inorganic Chemistry OE-I Open Elective-I Inorganic Chemistry Lab.

Vinyl-halogen and oxygen compounds: Vinyl chloride. propanol. 18-electron rule. carbonylation of olefins. industrial operations. Structures of organic molecules. butanes. utilization of oxo products. R and S (in brief). Chemistry of life processes. man and matter. methanol. binyl ethers. E and Z configurations (inter conversions between E and Z). butanols. thermal process. cyclohexane and monosaccharides such as glucose and fructose. Synthesis of organic molecules. Basic products of industrial synthesis: synthesis gas. formaldehyde. halogen derivatives of methane. triphenyl phosphine etc. oil. Acetylene: Significance and manufacturing process for acetylene. CHM 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] GENERAL CHEMISTRY Chemistry. Organometallic chemistry. applications of butadiene. organic. vinylidene chloride vinylacetate. amyl alcohols. Experimental methods of structure determination. ethylene glycol ethers.’ Homogeneous catalysis. Photochemistry of organic and biomolecules. industrial manufacture from cracking. ethylene. manufacture through calcium carbide. higher olefins. importance of optical activity in drug synthesis and biological activity. Anomeric effect. Optical activity. aldol synthesis. Molecular reaction of Transition Metal ion chemistry. Alcohols: Ethanol. Oxidation products of ethylene: Ethylene oxide. Green chemistry.COURSE DESCRIPTIONS CHM 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Experiments related to general. cracking of hydrocarbons. ethylene glycol. Olefins:Historical perspective. CHM 201] CHM 205/ SE 333 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Various aspects of the energy and raw material supply: Coal.. and biomass as energy sources. dehydrogenation. applications of acetylene. 1. acetic acid. INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [Prereq. neopentyl glycol. Conformations of ethane.3-Butadiene. natural gas. nuclear.3Dioolefins:1. simple ligands such as CO. butane. polyhydric alcohols. System at finite temperature. process operation. acetic anhydride. ethylene. Biotechnology and Biomedical applications. physical and inorganic chemistry. chlorofluorohydrocarbons. 98 . unbranched higher olefins and their use in metathesis reactions. Synthesis using carbon monoxide: Hydroformylation. acetaldehyde.

anthracene. esters of phthalic acid and derivatives. periodicity of the elements. Covalent bonding. Stereochemistry. lactams. Molecular Rearrangements. special separation techniques. Photochemistry. CHM 201] Molecular basis of elementary chemical reactions. isolation. initial state selection and final state analysis with and without lasers. cyclohexane. CHM 201] States of matter and properties of gases. Styrene. Reactive Intermediates. diisocyanates. Substitution and Elimination Reactions. Heteronuclear bonds. acrolein. CHM 301] CHM 302 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] CHM 310/ SE 336 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Oxidation. relation between the microscopic and macroscopic observables. condensed aromatics. hydrodealkylation. MOLECULES 7 CHEMICAL DYNAMICS [Prereq. Experimental evidence for metal-ligand orbital overlap. Optical activity. multiphoton processes and bond-selective chemistry. Types of chemical forces. Propylene oxide. Chemical Kinetics. BASIC INORGANIC CHEMISTRY [Prereq. aniline. allylchloride. acrylonitrile.Polyamides: Adipic acid. maleic anhydride. nitrobenzene. BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I Nomenclature of organic molecules Structure and bonding. Benzene derivatives. coking of hard coal. adiponitrile. C-C Bond Formations. Amino Acids and Peptides. shielding. Carbohydrates. acids and bases. CHM 201] CHM 341 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Vector model of the atom (Russell-Saunders Coupling). Nucleotides. Syhthesis of Polynuclear Hydrocarbons. PHOTONS. phenol. inorganic solid state. Oxidation products of xylene and naphthalene. the size of the atoms. Effects of chemical forces. Propene conversion products. the molecule and molecular ions. acetone. hexamethy-lenediamine. computer simulation of chemical reactions. cumene. CHM 222 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] CHM 301/ SE 332 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] BASIC PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY [Prereq. 99 .. BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II [Prereq. potential energy surfaces and reaction dynamics. Thermodynamics. electron affinity. ionization energy. Hard and soft acids and bases: Classification. Aromatics: Source of feedstocks. naphthalene. terephthalic acid. Reduction. Phthalic anhydride.

CHM 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-8-0-[4] CHM 441 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY [Prereq. for L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Chm 402 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I 0-0-6-0-4 [Prereq. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-I [Prereq. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. CHM 341 for M. Mechanistic and Stereochemical aspects. Spectra.Sc. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II Oxidations. LALBORATORY A Laboratory course designed to illustrate principles of physical chemistry. Structure and Reaction Mechanism. CHM 421] Thermodynamics. Nitrenes. Elements of molecular spectroscopy. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I [Prereq. Supramolecular Chemistry. CHM 222 or M. CHM 441] Coordination Chemistry:. ORGANIC QUALITATIVE AND QUANTATIVE ANALYSIS Analysis of organic compounds (qualitative and quantitative) using both chemical and instrumental methods with emphasis on principles of organic reactions. discussion of the chemistry of nontransition elements.) students] Stereochemistry. CHM 301. Statistical Thermodynamics.Bonding. Molecular Magnetism.CHM 343 CHM 401 eqv. 100 .Sc.) students] Principles of modern inorganic chemistry. chemical binding and molecular structure. Carbo-cations. Chemical kinetics. Reactive Intermediates: Carbenes. Reductions. CHM 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II [Prereq. Organometallic Chemistry. (Int. (Int. Inorganic Chemistry of Biological systems. CHM 302 or MSc (Int. CHM 401] CHM 421 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Atomic Structure.) students] [Prereq. Magnetism. C-C Bond formations. Radicals. Dynamic stereochemistry. CHM 201.

Sc. mechanisms of selected reactions. CHM 402 for MSc students] Developing facets of organic chemistry will be discussed. CHM 402 for MSc Students]] Orbital Symmetry and Frontier Orbitals. matrices. Special emphasis will be made relating to the stereo-chemistry involved. Chemical Kinetics. CHM 503 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] ORGANIC PREPARATIONS LABORATORY Preparations of various organic compounds employing different reactions will be carried out. and Glycoproteins. CHM 201 (For M. Thermodynamic and Kinetic Control.Tech. Nucleic acids: A. ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II [Prereq. Enzymes and their kinetics. etc.D. Stereoelectronic Effects in Organic Chemistry. (Int. Biophysical techniques to purify and study Proteins. ordinary 3-0-0-0[4] differential equations.CHM 443 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] CHM 481/ SE 334 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY BIOSYSTEMS [Prereq. Reduction. CHM 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FRONTIERS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [[Prereq. curl. Students only] Stereochemistry. PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [For Ph. Scalars. symmetry and group theory. MATHEMATICS FOR CHEMISTRY Error Analysis.)] Proteins.)/B. Metabolism. PHYSICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [Prereq. Nucleic acid. C-C bond formations. oxidation. Captodative Effect. with a view to give the student sufficient training in synthetic organic chemistry. sequencing of nucleic acids electrophoresis.B and Z-DNA structures. divergence and gradient. Method of replication. 101 . Reactive intermediates. vectors. carbohydrates. Chemical Equilibria and Chemical Reactivity. synthesis of some useful natural products. CHM 402] CHM/521 CHM 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The course deals with concise and critical evaluation of many reactions of synthetic importance. Reactive Intermediates. Hammond’s Postulate.

CHM 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 102 . 31P. CHEMICAL KINETICS Consent of Instructor CHM 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Discussion of reaction rate theory. chm 442] Applications of multinuclear NMR (1H.] CHM 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Aspects of concerted process will be discussed CHEMISTRY OF ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS [Prereq. PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY [For Ph.CHM 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ORGANIC PHOTOCHEMISTRY [Prereq. Chemical Kinetics. CHM 402 or equiv. Screening effects Stater’s rules and electron correlation overlap-hybridisation and examples thereof. kinetics and mechanism of various types of reactions and catalysis. Photochemistry. chemistry of the defect solid state. 19F. CHM 442] The preparation of transformations of organometallic compounds will be discussed. ESR. CHM 402 or equiv. organic and biologically important compounds . 11B. electrical and thermal properties of solids. The origin of quantum numbers. APPLICATIONS OF MODERN INSTRUMENTAL METHODS [Prereq. SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY Crystallography. 29Si. Directed valence in space. 119Sn etc.). Concepts of Statistical Thermodynamics. CHEMICAL BINDING Intoroduction.] Organic molecular transformations that are brought about by light will be discussed. CHM 402. Molecular Spectroscopy. X-ray method. Observable features of the chemical bond ‘Chemical Binding’. the atomic ‘self-consistent-field’ (SCF). Electrochemistry. Students only] CHM 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Atomic and Molecular structure.D. some ‘constant potential’ problems. Mossbauer and photoelectron spectroscopy towards structure elucidation of inorganic. ELECTROCYCLICREACTIONS [Prereq. Hartree and Hartree Fock methods. 13C. ENDOR (Electron Nuclear Double Resonance). commutation relationships.

Matrix Methods. Ziegler-Natta Catalysis. B-N polymers. BIO-INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Studies of metallo-biomolecules in relation to electron transfer. testing and analysis. CHM 442] CHM 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Mechanisms of inorganic reactions and ligand field theory. ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I [Prereq. CHM 442] CHM 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic Concepts. polysilane. poly-silazane. families of enzymes. electronic spectroscopy. Ferrocene and organometallic macromolecules. Phthalocyanins. CHM 442] CHM 637 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] An advanced course on the physical principles of inorganic chemistry with illustrations from the chemistry of transition and non-transition elements. MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory. Time dependent states and spectroscopy of vibration and rotation of diatomic molecules. Host-Guest complexation. internal conversion and intersystem crossing. Three dimensional structure of enzymes. Inorganic rings and polymers. basic equations of enzyme kinetics. Supramolecular Chemistry.CHM 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENZYME REACTIONS MECHANISM AND ENZYME KINETICS [Prereq. 103 . sulfur-nitrogen polymers. Molecular forces and Chemical bonding. enzyme inhibition. electron and oxygen carrier reactions using transition metals and model systems. CHM 481] Nomenclature of enzyme. fluorescence and phosphorescence spectra. RINGS AND POLYMERS [Prereq. exciplexes and eximers. atom transfer. energy transfer. rotation of polyatomic molecules. ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I [Prereq. vibration of polyatomic molecules. Molecular weight. solvent effects on absorption and emission spectra. CHM 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHYSICAL PHOTOCHEMISTRY Theory of electronic absorption spectra. MACROCYCLES. polymerization reactions. conducting polymers. precursors for ceramics. structure of enzyme substrate complex and methods of examining them.

structure and reactions of natural products will be discussed. magnetism. molecular recognition. Macro-cycles and macro-polycycles. Homo and Heteroclusters of main 104 . CHM 442] Study of bonding in compounds with M-C bond and with M-M bond. molecular and supramolelcular devices. Self-assembly of organic and hybrid inorganic-organic systems.D. Patterson Fourier synthesis. organometallic chemistry. Coordination Chemistry. and other methods in analysis and elucidation of molecular structure will be discussed. CHM 402] CHM 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The isolation. CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL PRODUCTS [Prereq.CHM 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] THE CHEMISTRY OF METAL CARBON BOND: STRUCTURE. SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Concepts and language of supramolecular chemistry. Harkar-Kasper inequalities. magnetic resonance. dipole moments. CHM 422] Applications of spectroscopic methods. space group and geometrical crystallography. quantification of non-covalent forces. modern X-ray diffraction techniques. REACTIVITY AND APPLICATIONS [Prereq. CRYSTAL AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE DETERMINATION Bragg’s law. energetics of supramolecular complexes. Applications of these compounds in Catalysis and in Organic Synthesis. Inorganic chemistry of biological systems. reciprocal lattice concept. Molecular machines. CHM 441] CHM 668 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] General Introduction to main group chemistry. STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO CHEMISTRTY Principles of classical and quantum statistical mechanics and their applications to chemical problems. the phase problem. CHM 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PRINCIPLES OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY [For Ph. Students only] Principles of modern inorganic chemistry discussion of the chemistry of non transition elements. ADVANCED MAIN GROUP CHEMISTRY [Prereq. refinement of crystal structures. Supramolecular catalysis. Catenands and dendrimers. MODERN PHYSICAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY [Prereq.

group elements. Drug metabolism. Genetic diseases. Bistable. Raman scattering. Genetic code and gene expression. DNA triple helical motifs. Watson-Crick and Hoogsteen hydrogen bonds. Antisense oligonucleotides: Mechanism and control of gene expression. Rayleigh scattering. Basic digital gates. Prions. Nucleic acid synthesis. reactive scattering using molecular beams. Ribozymes: Catalytic mechanism. 8-bit Microprocessor basics. Approaches in drug design and discovery. potential energy surfaces. MOLECULE-RADIATION INTERACTION Electromagnetic fields and their quantization. stateselective photochemistry. CHM 670 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION Network theorems. and Astable multi-vibrators. Reverse transcription: HIV-I replication cycle. RNA self-splicing. and applications. Electronics in scientific instrumentation. Amplifier basics. Power Supplies. Artifical evolution. Amino acids and proteins. Molecular basis of carcinogenesis. Examples of scientific instruments. main group organometallic Chemistry. DNA superstructures. BASIC BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY [Prereq. In vitro mutagenesis. chemistry of main group homo and heterocycles. polymers of main group elements. A/D and D/A convertors. Polymerase chain reactions. probing the transition state. Triplexes for targeted delivery of drugs . optical activity. DNA sequencing. Monostable. CHM 481] CHM 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Purine and pyrimidine bases. Operational Amplifiers. unimolecular reactions. quantum mechanics of interaction radiation and atoms. BJT and FET devices. Triplexes in biological context. spontaneous emission. DNA double helix. INTRODUCTION TO BIONANOTECHNOLOGY CHM 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MOLECULAR REACTION DYNAMICS Molecular reaction dynamics and chemical reaction cross-section. Group I and group II introns. Ribosomal translation. Post-transcriptional modification of RNA. Resonance Circuits. 105 CHM 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Transcription. RNA folding. rate constant and activation energy.

arc-method. Computer simulation of NMR spectra. Solid state reactivity. working knowledge of characterization techniques and conventional techniques. Theory and Applications. Metal metal multiple bonds. CHM 442] CHM 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 691 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Developing facets of inorganic chemistry: i) Oxidative generation of the O-O bond from water during photosynthesis and its importance from the standpoint of non-conventional energy research and ii) reductive cleavage of the dioxygen O-O bond and the chemistry thereof (various novel organic transformations including methane to methanol of biotechnological importance). performed by a large number of metalloenzymes and synthetic catalysts. Chemical and Biochemical. electron beam evaporation. relaxation. electrochemical methods. Double Resonance experiments. discovering novel materials. intergrown structures. metastable phases. FRONTIERS IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY [Prereq. molten salt method. Cluster assigned ligand transformation. polymer pyrolysis. Indeed. Synthesis of transition metal carbonyl clusters. hydrothermal. non-aqueous liquid phase reactions. Applications. Dynamic NMR. freeze drying. gas phase reactions. plasma reactions.CHM 687 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHEMISTRY OF POLYHEDRAL CLUSTERS AND METAL-METAL MULTIPL BONDED COMPOUNDS [Prereq. Polyhedral rearrangements. The course is intended to be attractive not only to the students having aptitude for inorganic chemistry but also to those who are interested in chemistry of relevance to biology and industry. CHEMICAL SYNTHETIC STRATEGY OF ADVANCED MATERIALS Chemical methods of synthesis play a crucial role in designing materials. Chemical ingenuity is important for the synthesis of solid materials with desired structure and properties. Clusters in homogeneous catalysis. a rational approach to the synthesis of materials is evolved. sol-gel. Nuclear Overhauser effect and NOESY experiments. Chemical shift. Keeping in mind the multidisciplinary nature of the subject. intercalation. Ligand substitution reactions. These include precursor technique. Multipulse experiments. nanomaterials and provide less cumbersome routes for the known materials. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE Physical basis of NMR spectroscopy. Application to Solids. soft chemistry routes/techniques are pursued with greater vigour. CVD laser ablation. spray drying. Fragmentation reactions. topochemical reactions. Indirect spin-spin coupling. NMR Imaging. CHM 442] Non-transition element polyhedral compounds. Transition metal clusters (structure and bonding). 106 CHM 693 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .

simple applications of molecular modeling. confocal microscopy and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy. (M. modeling of water and small organic molecules. CHM 696 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CHM 699 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-2-3-0-[5] LASERS IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY 3-2-3-5 Fundamentals of Lasers. 0-0-12-0-12 (M. CHEMISTRY OF DRUG DESIGN AND METABOLISM [Prereq. laser-induced fluorescence and multiphoton ionization processes of molelcules.) 0-0-8-0-8 (IX semester).CHM 695 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MOLECULAR MODELLING IN CHEMISTRY Basic principles of quantum mechanics of atoms and molecules.Sc. 0-0-12-0-12 (X Semester) GENERAL SEMINAR GRADUATE SEMINAR CHM 700 CHM 700 CHM 800 CHM 801 107 . probing of proton dynamics. anticancer. antiviral. QUANTUM COMPUTING The main objective of this course is to provide an overview of the interdisciplinary field of quantum Computing and demystify the concept of quantum while linking it to computation and information science. The main advantages of quantum computing are demonstrated through reversibility and parallel processing while the difficulties in implementation and alghorithm development are treated with care. It is aimed to bring out the concepts of quantum mechanics through linear algebra and matrix manipulation. probing IVR and dynamics of chemical reactions in liquid and molecular beam. drug delivery and drug metabolism. principles of drug design. biopharmaceuticals.CHM 481] Physicochemical principles of drug action. applications to diagnostics and biotechnology. antimalarial and cardiovascular drugs. optical trapping and manipulations of biological macromolecules and organelles. molecular modeling of macromolecules.Sc. spectroscopy of single molecule. 2-yr). neuroactive drugs. potential energy surfaces. Integ. study of an assembly of atoms or molecules. induction and inhibition of drug metabolism. which connects it to conventional computer science.

food production and economic growth. and from skill development theoretical to the problem-solving approach.V. degree programmes. Geotechnical Engineering. adas sguha 7477 7917 ashujain 7411 blohani javed pranab dcrai snt 7623 7723 7044 7717 784 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Patra Nihar R. As a student proceeds along the program. design and construction of bridges. Geoinformatics. construction and management. It is responsible for the largest quantum of resource allocation and utilization in activities ranging from defence and industrial development to social welfare. Recognizing the modern pace of development in Civil Engineering. Sharma Mukesh Sinha Rajiv Srivastava Rajesh Tare Vinod pkbd pbose chakra sarv partha onkar bithin vinaykg skjain ashwini sud cvrm mukesh rsinha rajeshs vinod 7029 7403 7173 7667 7037 7937 7027 7118 7867 7756 7346 7267 7759 7317 7755 7792 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Das Animesh Guha Saumyen Jain Ashu Lohani Bharat Malik J. railways. Transportation Engineering. design. airports.K. that leads to the planning. the programme provides basic education in physical sciences including degree programme is intended to synthesize their education in several areas. Bose Purnendu Chakrabarti S. Jain Sudhir K. environmental systems.Tech. The profession encompasses many disciplines including Structural Engineering. and Engineering Geosciences. hydraulic structures. Mohapatra Pranab K. fluid & soil mechanics.R. Environmental Engineering. etc. DPGC : : : Onkar Dikshit Purnendu Bose Ashu Jain head-ce pbose ashujain 7582 7403 7411 E-mails : _____@iitk. students are given the option to pursue electives in any particular area of Civil Engineering.K. The undergraduate Civil Engineering professional education at IIT Kanpur starts at the second year level in the four-year B.N. earth sciences and geoinformatics. Prashant Amit Gupta Tarun Ghosh Priyanka nrpatra tarun Priyog 7623 7128 7022 aprashan 6054 Head Convenor. materials. Tripathi S. Kumar Ashwini Misra Sudhir Murty C. buildings. Besides these broad training. the emphasis shifts from analysis to design.K. and transportation systems including highways. DUGC Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ Civil Engineering deals with natural and man-made built environment . Rai Durgesh C. A twosemester project during the fourth year of the B.Tech.CIVIL ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Basudhar P. Hydraulics & Water Resources Engineering.-M.their planning. and five year B.Tech. Chandra Sarvesh Chakroborty Partha Dikshit Onkar Datta Bithin Gupta V. 108 .

D.Tech. Details of this programme are given elsewhere in this bulletin. and written & oral presentation.Tech. interdisciplinary programme in Environmental Engineering and Management.TECH. Dual Degree students and the two year M.Tech. research facilities are available for advanced work in the areas of hydraulics and water resources engineering. Currently. programme offers training to the students in four areas : coursework.TECH. environmental engineering. experimental techniques.-M. The Department also administers a two year M. STUDENTS FOUR YEAR B. The five year B. students also take courses from other Departments in related fields and basic sciences.The objective of the post-graduate program in Civil Engineering at IIT Kanpur is the education of engineers with a deep understanding of scientific principles underlying their specialisation so that they can make fundamental contributions to the field through research and development of advanced technology. CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B. Along with courses and research in the major area. Degree students undertake research work during the last year of their programme. independent analytical study. 109 . engineering geosciences. The Ph. PROGRAMME S E M E S T E R FIRST C O U R S E PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N TA101 ESC102 PE101 SECOND PHY101 CHM101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC101 CE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO204 ESO212 CE251 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO218 TA201 CE222 CE242 S E M E S T E R FIFTH C O U R S E CE331 CE321 CE361 CE371 CE311 SIXTH CE322 CE312 CE332 CE362 CE373 CE382 SEVENTH CE451 CE491 EIGHTH CE492 In addition to above. structural engineering. Facilities are provided for both analytical and experimental research work in welldeveloped laboratories having modern equipment.Tech. The students of other batches must contact the DUGC Convener. CE for their course templates. and geoinformatics. transportation systems engineering. the student must complete the following credits : DE 12 Credits OE 12 Credits HSS-2 08 Credits SE 08 Credits The above template is valid for Y6 and Y7 batch students or students joining later in CE. geotechnical engineering.

SE – 4 Credits.8th Semester Two Year M. HSS-II . Programme SEMESTER FIRST PG-1 PG-2 PG-3 PG-4 SECOND PG-5 PG-6 PG-7 PG-8 THIRD CE-699 16 Credits FOURTH CE-999 16 Credits Ph.TECH. Programme SEMESTER FIRST PG-1 PG-2 PG-3 PG-4 SECOND CE-799 16 Credits THIRD CE-799 16 Credits FOURTH CE-799 16 Credits FIFTH CE-799 16 Credits SIXTH CE-799 16 Credits 110 .D. DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMME SEMESTER FIRST PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N TA101 ESC102 PE101 SECOND PHY101 CHM101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC101 CE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO204 ESO212 CE251 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO218 TA201 CE222 CE242 FIFTH CE321 CE331 CE361 CE371 CE311 SEMESTER SIXTH SEVENTH EIGHTH SUMMER I NINTH TENTH CE 312 CE322 CE332 CE 362 CE373 CE382 CE451 DE-PG-1 DE-PG-2 DE-PG-3 DE-PG-4 DE-PG-5 DE-PG-6 CE699 (4 Credits) CE 699 (4 Credits) DE-PG-7 CE699 12 Credits CE699 16 Credits PE .4 Credits.-M.8 Credits.TECH.Tech.FIVE YEAR B. in 5th .

and Field visit. Historical earthquakes. Geological materials: rocks. minerals (clay mineralogy). economic. magnitude. resistivity. earthquake prediction Landslides and Subsidence: Causes. Review of shear force and bending moment diagrams in beams and frames. rocks. rock cycle. Plane trusses by using method of consistent deformations. classification. Cryosphere and atmosphere and their iinteractions Solid Earth : Shape. Seismic hazards zoning. intensity. rock-water interaction. Groundwater: Groundwater resources and quality of ground water Geology of India : Physiographic and fectonic divisions. classification and monitoring. logging Remote sensing. GIS and GPS : Basic principles and their applications in CE 242 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-1-[4] 111 . Geophysical mapping: seismic. Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures. Case studies: Hands-on projects. strong ground motion. geotomography. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Prereq. Future directions: Job opportunities in Civil Engineering. Earth Processes and their consequences. size. demonstrations. structures (folds.COURSE DESCRIPTIONS UNDERGRADUATE COURSES CE 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-2-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL ENGINEERING Overview of Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering Landmarks: Impact (social. Beams and frames: Plane trusses by using direct stiffness method ENGINEERING GEOSCIENCES Earth System: Lithosphere. Force and stiffness methods of analysis. Hydrosphere. faults) Earthquakes: Causes. Plane trusses: Deflection of trusses: Deflection of beams and frames: Influence line diagrams and moving loads. radar. Analysis of Statically Determinate Structures. ESO 204 CE 222 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] Stability and Determinacy of Structures. Minral resources. environmental) of Civil Engineering on Society. soils. Geomorphological features. Engineering and Genetic classification of soils. interior of the solid earth.

Brick masonry and principles of design of masonry structures. Rapidly Varied Flow. mineral). fatigue. reinforcing bars. Steel in Civil Engineering (Structural. Steel: Manufacture. Gradually Varied Flow. Well losses. Turbulent Flwo. Mass curve. waste/radioactive disposal sites CE 251 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-1-[4] CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS Introduction and overview of course: Constituents of concrete (Cement.Dynamic modulus. depth-duration and intensity. Risk. Evaporation – process. Transportation and placing . Synthetic and instantaneous unit hydrographs . geotextiles. and estimation. its analysis and S-curve hydrograph. CE311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Engineering Hydrology ( prerequisite – none) : Precipitation. Forces on immersed Bodies : Drag and lift. and estimation. Specific capacity . composition. spatially Varied flow . reliability. Various forms. Acceptance. Unsteady flow : Pipes . Velocity and turbulence measurements. Runoff and Hydrographs : Rainfall Runoff correlations. Pressure . Hydrosphere. Factors affecting flow hydrograph. Desing flood . Pipe Networks : Open channel Flow : Uniform Flow.ESO212) Pipe Flow : Boundary Layer Concepts. Open Channels . Infiltration process. and safety factor. Flow duration cureve. Unit hydrograph. etc. CE 312 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-2-0-[4] 112 . Evapotranspiration measurement and estimation. characterization. Properties. Criteria for site selections for Dam. measurement.monitoring Lithosphere. measurement. different types of steel. Flow measurement : Viscosity.). Steady and unsteady flow. classification and specifications. Infiltration and Evapotranspiration : Forms of precipitation. Fresh concrete. Critical Flow. Groundwater hydrology : Flow equations Confined and unconfined flow. Testing of concrete (including NDT). Quality control (Sampling. Mix design. Bricks and brick masonry: Manufacture. Droughts and floods. Well hydraulics. Cryo-sphere and Atmosphere. Bitumen and bituminous mixes: Source.duration frequency relations. creep and stability. Other materials: Timber. Tests . wires). Statistical analysis : Hydrologic Routing. Epoxy-coated bar. FRPs. Tests on bitumen Preparation/characterization of bituminous mixes. Irrigation Engineering Hydraulic Engineering (Prerequisite. tunnels. Flood frequency studies . measurement. Flood forecasting : Rational method Time Area curves. Concrete and environment. Aggregates): Proportioning of concrete. Channel and flood routing . Hardened concrete. Admixtures (Chemical.

Wind Design. etc. Working Stress Design. bolts and welds. For Bending Moment and Shear Force . SOIL MECHANICS Prereq. ordinary methods of slices and simplified Bishop method. Plastic Design. Limit State Design: For Compression Columns. determination of coefficients of consolidation and secondary compression (creep). Design of beamcolumns and column bases. CE 242 CE 331 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-1-[4] Preview of Geotechnical Problems in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Development. consolidated undrained and undrained tests. etc.water systems. Design of compression members. Darcy’s law. Stair Cases. limit equilibrium methods. Working Stress Design. hydraulic. Connections (Joints).Coulomb strength criterion. flow through dams. Design of eccentric connections: riveted/bolted and welded. Design of steel industrial sheds. Introduction to inelastic actions and plastic hinges: Application of PD and LRFD DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES Prereq. 113 . OCR. Twoway. functions. Introduction to Geosynthetics. Walls. different heads. properties . Design of structural fasteners: rivets. NC and OC soils. Earthquake Design. drained. strength of loose and dense sands. Working Stress Design: For Bending Moment and Shear Force . dry unit weight. etc. classification. stress point and stress path.CE 321 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-2-0-1-[4] DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES Prereq. Engineering geology of soils and their formation. Introduction to Steel and Steel Structures. piping. ESO 204 Introduction to Design: Design Loads and Load Combinations. built-up sections. ESO 204 CE 322 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-2-0-1-[4] Introduction: Structural Systems. filters. Design of Other Structural Components. maximum past stress. Ultimate Load Design.capillarity. Compressibility and consolidation characteristics. and tests for its determination. flownets. Materials. Compaction characteristics. earthquakes and their effects. dilation. environmental. Design of tension members. max. Loadings and Structural Analysis. Design of flexure members: Beamsrolled sections. Stability of slopes.physical. Limit Sate Design. Flat Slabs. water content . consolidation under construction loading. Strength and direct and triaxial shear tests. flow.dry unit weight relationships. mechanical. pore pressures. Soil . factors of safety.Rectangular Beams. Mohr . Plate Girders – riveted/bolted and welded. Slabs – One-way.Beams. Stresses within a soil. seepage. (Introduction to Capacity Design Concept). Introduction to Design of Concrete Structures. LRFD Methods. Skempton’s coefficients. OMC.Beams. Ductile Detailing. For Torsion. Description of soil. permeability. quicksand condition. For Combined Compression and Flexure – Beam-Columns. field compaction control. Footings. effective stress principle. Design of RC Frame Buildings.

design and checks for stability. soil . methods based on in situ tests.. simulation and optimization. gravity. depth. stability and serviceability states. methods of drilling. grouting. pile load tests. methods for difficult or problematic ground conditionssoft soils. Earth Pressure theories. inclined backfill. data structures and their design. piles. Types of foundations . and software tools. Stereograms. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN IN CIVIL ENGINEERING Engineering design principles. Geophysical methods. expansive or collapsible soils. Joints. interactive design using workstations. 114 CE 342 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 354 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 361 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-1-[4] . stone columns. vertical drains. Computer graphics.shallow/deep. seismic conditions. local and punching shear failures. load and strength factors. Coulomb and Rankine approaches. mat. driven cast in situ and bored piles. structural design. reinforced earth. Computer aided drafting. Selected Topics-machine foundations/introduction to environmental geotechnique/application of geosynthe-tics. Tunnelling. Slope stability. immediate. etc. depth of tension crack. Ground Improvement Techniques. Building Materials. Applications in Civil Engineering. preloading. Settlements of foundations. Westergaard. corrections for size. contact pressure distributions. counterfort. methods based on in situ tests. sampling. ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES Prereq. loose sands. Rock decay and weathering. Ecology and Environment. heavy tamping. Wastes. compressibility. Characterisation of ground. Case histories. Disposal of Wastes. Environmental Quality and Pollution. CE 331 Introduction..CE 332 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-2-1-[4] GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Prereq. isolated. Unconformities. Pollutants. Mindlin solutions). shape. data base management system. under-reamed piles. ultimate and allowable stresses. etc. Landslides. plate load and dynamic interactions. shaft and base resistances. etc. Techniques of Field measurement. Starbase Libraries. consolidation and creep settlements. etc. Retaining studies. Recognition and classification of folds: Faults. groundwater level. etc. Deep foundations. cantilever. downdrag. Programming languages. smooth and rough walls. site investigations. examples of foundation problems .SPT. general.. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND POLLUTION Introduction and Scope. CE 242 Rock deformation in nature. Applications in foundations. pile groups. stress in soils (Boussinesq. precast. etc. Ground water pollution. Earthquakes. Interpretation of Geologic maps.. basics of structural design. combined. etc. Underground structures. introduction to GKS. Limit State Design. Bearing capacity. CPT. Solid Waste Management. airphotos. one and two dimensional cases. c-f soils. well foundations. in situ test . Mineral exploration. Satellite imageries. water table.

GEOINFORMATICS Introduction to surveying. CE331 Analysis of Traffic Flow. Fundamentals of Rotodynamic pumps. Geomorphic processes Preparation of report. CE 371 CE 371 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-1-[4] CE 373 Survey Camp: Reconnaissance and establishing the stations. computation and preparation of triangulation map. CE 361 Water and Wastewater Quantity Estimation. Water/Wastewater Quality Enhancement. Biological Processes for Water and Wastewater Quality Enhancement. Highway Maintenance. Highway Construction. Linear measurements. SURVEY AND GEOLOGY CAMP. CE251. Theodolites. cavitation in hydraulic machines. 4 UNITS Prereq. Environmental Impact. Elements of Wastewater Disposal Schemes. Surface and Ground Water Treatment. Air Pollution Control. CE 382 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-1-[4] TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Prereq. CE 242. EDM/Total Station/GPS. Geology Camp: Reconnaissance of the area. Environmental Audit. special duty pumps. Plane Tabling (PT). Tacheometric surveys. Water Distribution and Sewerage Systems. Turbine performance characteristics and selection of turbines. Design of Traffic facilities.Hazardous Waste: Definition. Triangulation readings on various stations. Triangulation. Visit to Water and Wastewater Effluent Treatment Plants. Physicochemical Processes. Base line measurements. Noise Pollution. Control measures. Compass surveying. Pavement Design. Elementary geological field mapping of rock formations and structural details. Measurement. Errors and adjustments. Centrifugal and axial flow pumps. CE 362N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] WATER SUPPLY AND WASTE-WATER ENGINEERING Prereq. Laboratory Experiments. preparation of report. Management. HYDRAULIC MACHINES Fundamentals of hydraulic turbine theory. Levelling and Contouring. preparation of map. CE 412 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 115 . Rural Water Supply and Sanitation. Design of radial flow and axial flow turbines and Pelton turbines. Elements of Water Supply Scheme. contouring. Pavement Analysis. Introduction to photogrammetry and remote sensing.

Response spectrum analysis. INTRODUCTION TO EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING PREREQ. Physical and Chemical improvement. steel and masonary structures. ESO 204 CE 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Causes of earthquakes and seismic waves. stress concentration. Idealization of structures. Compaction. geosynthetics. Charecteristics of earthquakes. SPECIAL TOPICS IN STRUCTURAL DESIGN PREREQ. Magnitude. Behaviour and analysis of members under cyclic loads. introduction to miscellaneous structures. Principles. soil nailing. Resistance to flow. chimneys. heavy tamping Electro-kinematic stablization. Review of damage in past earthquakes. Sediment load. steel towers. rock bolting. Design response spectrum. Soil reinforcement. River training. intensity and energy release. Redundancy & over-strength. STRUCTURAL DESIGN III PREREQ. Equivalent lateral Force concepts. fatigue failure. EQ response of structures. micropiles. GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES Need for improvement. Vertical drains. failure criterion. CE 322 CE 421 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Design of prestressed concrete structures: limit state design of beams and ties. Ground anchorage. ground freezing. CE 432 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 116 . analysis of simple problems of plates and shells.CE 414 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] RIVER ENGINEERING Introduction. industrial buildings. design of simple bridges and liquid retaining structures. Seismic behaviour of concrete. Base Isolation. stress analysis: general state of stress. Emerging trends. grouting. Concept of response spectra and introduction to multi-degree-of-freedom systems. Damping. inclusion. Philosophy of earthquake resistant design. Supplemented damping. anchorage. CE 222 CE 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Matrix structural analysis: displacement and force methods. Seismic detailing provisions. River modelling. admixtures. introduction to design of masonary structures. Code provisions. Deep mixing with lime cement. dewatering. CE 321. Regime theories. ADVANCED STRUCTURAL MECHANICS PREREQ. Preloading. stone columns. Seismic risk. heat treatment. CE 322 CE 424 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Detailed engineering design of two to three of the following structures: multistorey buildings. bridges. Ductility. Material properties. retaining structures. Single-degree-of freedom dynamics. Social and Environmental impacts.

Single degree and Multi degree of freedom systems . Laboratory and In-situ determination of dynamic soil properties. Techniques of Terrain evaluation. Analysis for technical feasibility. elasticity. Weathering and soil formation. PERT. Introduction to the Mechanics of Soils Critical State Soil Mechanics. Geologic studies for pollution Abatement. Ground water. MACHINE FOUNDATION DESIGN Principles of dynamics and vibrations. Construction equipment and technology. Life Cycle of a construction project. (Lump Sum. Safety issues in construction projects. IS code of practice. Examples using Software Packages. Specifications and quality control. Exploration and utilization of Natural Resources. Introduction to Game theory. PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Introduction to construction management. Evaluation of Model Parameters. Man’s role in environmental changes. Oceans and coastlines. Behaviour of soil before failure. Examples. Risk analysis in construction projects. Introduction to mathematical principles in optimization. Atmospheric and Oceanographic Processes. Optimization methods:-Introduction. Introduction to non-linear problems. Summary of field and experimental Data. BOLT. Strain. Inventory and crew scheduling. Model Calibration:-Parameter Estimation (point and interval). Recapitulation of probability theory. Project scheduling. Economic feasibility. SYSTEMS ANALYSIS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING Introduction to the course and its importance.CE 434 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] CONSTITUTIVE MODELLING OF SOILS Stress. Capital budgeting and investment analysis. Introductions to vibration of continuous systems .wave propagation in soil and forced vibrations. Unit rate. Introduction to machine foundations and its practical considerations for construction. Hypothesis testing. 117 CE 451 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] CE 452 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] . CE 242 CE 436 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The Dynamic earth systems. Types of contracts. Surface water. Classification of Geologic materials. plasticity. PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY PREREQ. Civil Engineering Case Studies. Environmenta l impact. Estimation of quantities.). Case studies. etc. Solution techniques for linear and integer problems. BOT. Legal Issues-construction by-laws. Decision-making in uncertain environment. Building. Arbitration. Industrial and infrastructure construction-interdiciplinary nature of construction projects. Problem formulation.

Pulp and paper. placing and curing of concrete. Continuous systems. Roller compaction and shotcreting. Oil and grease. Radioactivity etc. accounts audit. compare performance of hand-mixed and machine-mixed mortar and concrete. Preparation and implementation of environmental Management Plans. Case studies. combustion processes. Earthquake response spectra. Solid and Hazardous wates: definitions. Special reinforcing materials (Epoxycoated reinforcing bars. properties of fresh and hardened concrete. Special concretes. concepts and managemnt aspects. Liquid. Response of multidegree of freedom systems. Single and Multidegre of Freedom systems. Case studies of various industries: Dairy. Properties of concrete and some non-destructive tests. Thermal power plants. etc. fibre reinforced. environmental audit vs. their quantification. (flow table and setting time measurement). Impulse and Earthquake response. Fertilizer. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRIES PREREQ. cynide. Discrete and continuous systems. Sugar.CE 454 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-0-[3] CONCRETE ENGINEERING Fundamental concrete science (Mixing. Transform Methods. Heavy metals. Vibration Control.. special construction methods (Mechanized construction. transportation. preplaced aggregate and antiwashout concretes). Numerical Methods for free and forced Vibration Analysis. Toxic organics. Particulate and gaseous pollutant control. Using chemical and mineral admixtures). Flouride. CE 361 CE 462 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[3] Sources and types of wastes: solid. Recent trends in Industrial waste management: Cradle to Grave concept. and high strength concretes). Fiber reinforced plastics). Distillary. life cycle analysis and clean technologies. Analytical methods. Control of gaseous emissions: Identification of chimney and fugitive sources. fuel quality. hot and cold weather concrete. self compacting. Control and Removal of specific pollutants in Industrial wastewaters: eg.Damped and undamped systems. Introduction to ISO and ISO 14000. Iron and Steel.. and gaseous wastes. compliance audit relevant methodologies. regulations. Metal plating. Properties of cement grouts (flow through funnel and bleeding). Environmental audit: Definitions and concepts. (Mass concrete. CE 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] VIBRATION OF ELASTIC SYSTEM Concepts of dynamics and Vibrations. Laboratory studies: Effect of addition of chemical admixtures on properties of paste and mortar. Laboratory demonstrations. 118 .

Energy source and radiation principles. Environmental toxicology. SPOT. Digital enhancement techniques (LAB). Numerical methods in general. conceptual models and ecological risk. Risk Assessment. PROJECT I. development. Fourier integrals and transforms. Spectral pattern recognition . Environmental systems and their interactions. development. CE 472 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 491 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] CE 492 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[3] PROJECT II Topics should preferably be design. pollutant exposure assessment. Analysis of digital data products from MSS and TM. definitions. Thermal infrared line scanner. Linear algebra. in environmental management. IRS. stilling basin 119 CE 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . design aid type and interdisciplinary. Application of remote sensing in resource evaluation. The project should aim at training the students in going through all important phases of project studies starting from establishing the need through collection of data. Multispectral scanners (MSS). Numerical methods in linear algebra. design. Classification. PRINCIPLES OF REMOTE SENSING Introduction. analysis. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Wherever appropriate some alternatives which meet the same needs should also be considered and evaluated using appropriate evaluation criteria. drawing. Mathematical statistics. Probability theory. POSTGRADUATE COURSES CE 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED MATHEMATICS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS Linear differential equations. HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES Advanced topics in the design and construction of dams: spillways.visual and digital techniques. global/regional environmental issues. cost estimates and project reports. Partial differential equations. CE 361 & CE 362 Environmental legislations and international treaties. methodologies and concept of sustainable development. Numerical methods for differential equations.CE 463 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND RISK ASSESSMENT PREREQ. Data acquisition from LANDSAT. ERS. Data analysis. sideways looking airbourne radar. Remote sensing systems. Principles of risk assessment.

models for conjunctive 120 . Hydrologic design of water resources systems. surge tanks. CE 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENGINEERING HYDRAULICS (3-0-0-4) Basics: dimensional analysis. irrotational flow. drag and lift of immersed bodies. correlation. suspended load. Rainfall-runoff relationship. CE 614 CE 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] CE 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Digital simulation models for groundwater development. tunnels and penstocks. Flow in pipe networks. Optimisation methods. etc. unsteady flow. plan form and stream bed variations of rivers. sediment transport in pipes. System analysis and synthesis. Hydraulic jump. bed form mechanics. time series analysis and its applications. and stream flow. Queing models. and energy. gradually varied flow. Ground water flow/ well abstraction. Analog methods: direct electric analog. HYDROLOGIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN The hydrologic processes: precipitation. Open Channel flow: energy-depth relationships. Flow past a cylinder SEDIMENT TRANSPORTATION (3-0-0-4) Properties of sediment. turbulent flow. gates. groundwater. total load. spatially varied flow. lumped and distributed parameter systems. and regression analysis and multivariate analysis. Hydrologic measurements and networks. Energy loss in bends. Venturimeter and orifice meter. GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS Prereq. Bernoulli theorem. power house structures. boundary layer theory. free turbulent shear flow.Intake works. sediment measurements. sediment control. incipient motion. infiltration. motion. uniform flow. Flow over sharp crested weir. Pipe flow: laminar flow. Point velocity measurement by ADV. evaporation. hydraulic jump. Hydrogen bubble flow visualization. FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY Verification of momentum equation. Analysis of discrete and continuous hydrologic data: harmonic analysis. application of finite difference and finite element methods for solving problems in groundwater development and management. equations of continuity. bed load.linear. rapidly varied flow. Fall velocity of objects. viscous flow analog and other analogs. Reynolds’ apparatus. regime concept. statistical analysis including frequency analysis. wall turbulent shear flow. reservoir sedimentation. erosion and deposition. Linear and non . Friction loss in pipes. simulation analysis.

Continuous systems: rods (axial vibrations). Stokesian and Newtonian fluids. economic. ENGINEERING MECHANICS Stress analysis: forces and moments. Stability of frames: member buckling versus global buckling. principal stresses and stress invariants. second law of thermodynamics. Navier-Stokes equations. torsion. geographic and geological aspects. stochastic analysis of linear dynamical systems to Gaussian inputs. planning. slenderness ratio of frame members. beams (shear. strength. Fundamental physical principles: conservation of mass. STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS (3-0-0-4) Loading: nature of dynamic loading. types of dynamic loading. Economic objectives: mathematical and econometric principles in optimal system design. Stability of beams: lateral-torsion buckling. lateral bracing of columns. two-dimensional elastostatics problems. combined axial-flexural-torsion buckling. eigenvalue analysis. Artificial recharge. development. STABILITY OF STRUCTURES Criteria for design of structures: stability. Special problems in ground-water development and management. linear elasticity and generalized Hook’s law. angular momentum. salt water intrusion and others. ground subsidence. matrix and modal time history analysis). CE 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING Water resources systems: components of the system. Stability of discrete systems: linear and nonlinear behaviour. linear momentum. and design. linear viscoelasticity. yield criteria. objectives of water resources development. Benefits and costs. and stiffness. compatibility equations. equilibrium equations. random. Venant’s principal. MDOF. Constitutive theory: St. Bernoulli equation. Discrete mass systems: SDOF (free and forced vibrations). MDOF (generalized coordinates. construction and operation of water resources systems. Stability of plates: axial121 CE 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . social and political consideration in system development. Lagrangian and Eulerian description and finite strain. principal strains and strain invariants.development of surface and groundwater. theory of stress. Introduction of random vibration: stochastic processes. small deformation theory. SDOF. System demands. Hydrological implications. compatibility conditions. harmonic. Stability of continuous systems: stability of columns: axial–flexural buckling. axial and axial-shearflexural vibrations). Strain: deformation and velocity gradients. numerical and digital computer methods in hydraulic and water resources engineering. Classical concept of stability. Applications: Airy stress function. and energy.

shear and flexure. accuracy in models and reliability of results. concrete and masonry). incremental nonlinear analysis. various types of sensors for displacement. numerical and graphical data processing and archiving. effect of foundation settlement and temperature. Behaviour of Masonry Buildings: unreinforced masonry buildings . tangent stiffness matrix. linearized iterative matrix displacement method. slope deflection equations & matrix displacement method. P. acceleration. buckling of frames. load-deformation behaviour of beams. Buckingham’s Pi theorem. mode shapes. linear & nonlinear structural behaviour. geometric & material nonlinearity. columns. shake table tests. Introduction to inelastic buckling and dynamic stability. measurement systems. Classical linear analysis of frames and trusses: displacement method. Geometric nonlinear analysis of frames and trusses: displacement method. loads. mortar. Test planning. Stresses in masonry walls: vertical loads. electrical. Material nonlinear analysis of frames: basics of plasticity. CE 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-2-3-[4] EXPERTIMENTAL METHODS IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Similitude and structural models: dimensional analysis. and frames under various loads. axial. concrete blocks.burnt clay. digital systems using personal computers. velocity. elastic and inelastic models (steel. shrinkage. natural frequency.flexural buckling. devices. hysteretic behaviour. scale factors and dynamic similitude. actuators and their control. strains. Behaviour of masonry walls and piers: axial and flexure. masonry properties . reinforcement. differential movement. damping factors from free and forced vibrations. geometric stiffness matrix. size effects. indirect and direct models. loading systems. buckling under combined loads. grout. nonlinear slope-deflection equations & nonlinear behaviour. lateral loads . out-of-plane. Masonry bonds and properties: patterns.cyclic loading & ductility of 122 CE 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Uses and applications of models: types of model investigation. reinforced masonry buildings . pressure.importance of bands and corner & vertical reinforcement. Lab exercises: experiments to illustrate buckling of structural members. shear flexural buckling. tension structures. Data acquisition system and data processing: analog systems. design and implementation: testing sequence and experimental plan. dynamic full-field measurements. joints. electronic system and their calibration. MASONARY STRUCTURES Properties of constituents: units . ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Basics of structural analysis: static & dynamic loading. Instrumentation: mechanical. vertical loads and moments – eccentricity & kern distance.compression strength . distributed plasticity & lumped plasticity. Analysis of experimental data: error and uncertainty in experiment.Ä effect.

B and D Regions.stability . member ductility.seismic loads. corrosion of steel in concrete . storey and sway mechanisms. M. shear. Behaviour of masonry infills in RC frames: strut action. lateral-torsional buckling. Permeability of concrete and its measurement: penetration of carbon dioxide and chlorides into concrete. Corrosion induced longitudinal cracks: nature and properties of corrosion products. columns . effects under seismic loading. role of concrete. drift. P-V-M. load and resistance factor design.slenderness ratio of columns.electrochemistry of corrosion. Capacity design concept: flexure design. Alkali aggregate reaction: reactive minerals. structural ductility. plastic design. Beam-column Joints: loading. Stability criteria: stability of beams . method of design .steel & concrete. bolted. Overview of concrete deterioration: alkali-aggregate reaction. P-M interaction.WSD. USD. design criteria . infills. stability of columns . carbonation. joint panel zones. Connections: types – welded.beam.moment magnification factor. ductility. Drift criteria: P-Ä effect.masonry walls.flexure. LRFD.beamcolumn. Hot-Rolled Sections: compactness and non-compactness.local buckling of compression flange & web. DURABILITY OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES Concrete and the environment: interaction.allowable stress design. splices. Strength Criteria: beams – flexure. shear design. seismic design . Strut and Tie Models: basics . axial-flexure. hysteresis. Collapse Mechanisms: basics . residual stresses. effective length. supports and load . deformation-based design. micro and macro cell corrosion. T. modeling of P V. LSD. strong-column weak-beam philosophy. plastic moments. Construction practices and new materials. corrosion. Ductility of Reinforced Concrete Structures: material review of LSD . ADVANCED DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES Properties of steel: mechanical properties. code provisions. corrosion cells and currents. Structural design of masonry in buildings: methods of design – WSD. strength.incremental DCRs & pushover analysis. non-destructive testing. slenderness. beam bar anchorage. bracing of column about weak axis. column-foundation. section ductility. CE 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES Design of reinforced concrete structures: methods of design . transverse reinforcement. ties. shear. connectors. mechanism of CE 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 123 . torsion. ULD. bi-axial bending. demand-capacity ratios . Design of steel structures: inelastic bending – curvature. progressive versus gradual collapse. points. Seismic evaluation and strengthening of masonry buildings: methods . prevention of corrosion. local buckling of flanges and web. torsion. location .

blasting. piles. Testing of soil reinforcements. rock exploration. ROCK MECHANICS Physical properties and classification of intact rock and rock masses. Stability of slopes. Foundation models. Retaining Structures. grouting and rock foundation design. geonets. and applications of geotextiles. Arching effects. Nondestructive testing. Case studies. Advantage of RE. Earthquake response of structures. REINFORCED EARTH STRUCTURES Reinforcing materials. two. ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Soil composition and soil structure. Steady State flow. geogrids. Soil-structure interaction studies. and three dimensional consolidation theories. Code provisions of design of buildings. repair/rehabilitation of structures. fabrication. Design of liquid storage tanks. Drainage CE 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 124 . design. Special topics: bridges. Liquefaction. Field application of RE. one. Soil reinforcement interaction internal and external stability condition. and deep foundations. and geomembranes. rafts. weak and compressible deposits. Codal provisions for durability. transient flow. identification and tests. Shear strength and stress-strain relationships of soils. bolting. rock slope stability. Principles of treatment-loading (static and Dynamic). CE 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[4] EARTHQUAKE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STRUCTURES Characteristics of earthquakes. GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES Engineering properties of soft. Rock tunneling. 2D and 3D seepage. mats. Compressibility and rate of consolidation. dams. Buried Structures FOUNDATION ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Settlement and bearing capacity: shallow spread footings. engineering properties of rock. Reinforcement. Behaviour of Reinforced earth walls. Accelerated flow. strengthening of existing buildings. Concept of earthquake resistant design. Non-engineered construction. stresses in rock near underground openings. Development. Randomly reinforced earth and analysis of reinforced soils.deterioration. contact pressure distribution for footings.

electrical and Chemical Methods. Effect of local site conditions on ground motion. disturbed state concept. Liquefaction: evaluation of liquefaction hazards. Case studies. ANALYTICAL AND NUMERICAL METHODS IN GEOMECHANICS Finite difference. Elastic theories of soil dynamics. strong ground motion. anisotropic. Preloading. Stress-dilatancy theory. GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING Introduction. Importance of laboratory testing with relation to constitutive modeling. Elasticity: linear. CONSTITUTIVE MODELING OF FRICTIONAL MATERIALS Role of constitutive modeling. Granular piles. Seismic Hazards: Mitigation of Seismic Hazards. Single and multi-degrees of freedom systems. Work hardening plasticity theory: formulation and implementation. non-linear failure criteria. Dynamic soil properties. finite element and other analytical methods of solution to (i) Elasticity and stability problems in Geomechanics. flow rule. etc. Critical state soil mechanics: critical state concept. Dynamic Consolidation. Vibration isolation. seismology and earthquakes. Plasticity basics: yield criteria. seismic hazard analysis. Failure theories. Design of machine foundations. Injections. Applications of elasto-plastic models. Rate Independent Plasticity: mohr-Coulomb. Pile dynamics. Vertical drains. Anchors. thermal. effects of liquefaction. and cap models. cam-clay models. quasilinear. Dynamic soil properties. instrumentation and monitoring of field data. Special Topics: hypoelasticity-plasticity. plastic potential. hardening/softening. (ii) Analysis of response of soil media to applied loads. Wave propagation in unbounded media: in semi-infinite bodies. field and laboratory tests. CE 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 637 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-3-3-[4] CE 639 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 125 .and filters. consolidation. drained and undrained triaxial test. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATIONS FOR CE PROJECTS (1-0-3-3) Subsurface exploration planning. simulation of single element test using cam-clay. Design methods and case studies. in layered soils and attenuation of stress waves. CE 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FOUNDATION DYNAMICS Dynamics of elastic systems. drilling and sampling techniques. DruckerPrager. Method of characteristics. report preparation. Ground response analysis. Soil nailing. Wave propagation. (iv) Limit analysis. Empirical and semi-empirical approaches to the theory of soil dynamics. (iii) Limiting equilibrium.

Mineral resources evaluation. aeolian and lacustrine processes & landforms. flood hazard zoning. gravity. Water quality controls in nature. hydrocarbon. Environment of water. magnetic. Landslides: cause. minerals) and their occurrences. seismic zonation. Floods: hydrology and types of floods. Various resources (water. River basin studies. zonation and protection. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY Earth-environment interaction. Long-term landscape development. electromagnetic. effect on ground structures. Endogenicexogenic interactions. Identification of groundwater potential zones. Lake and wetland studies. sediments and soils. snow surface. Rock bursts. Environmental impact of resource exploration and use. self-potential. monitoring and management of geological hazards. ocean and snow and their environments. magnitude and intensity scales. fluvial. flood control and protection. Airborne. Earthquakes: historical seismicity. SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING AND GIS FOR GEO-RESOURCE EVALUATION Basic principles of image interpretation and GIS. Microwave remote sensing and its application in monitoring earth resources. Environment vs. Mapping. hydrosphere. Estimation of resources. Geological considerations of toxic and radioactive waste disposal. geomorphic systems. Endogenic processes and landforms.CE 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[4] EARTH SYSTEM PROCESSES Introduction. radar. Exogenic processes and landforms. electrical. nature and extent of flood hazard. Applications in glaciology and snow hydrology. ocean and atmosphere. Land subsidence. RESOURCE EXPLORATION TECHNIQUES Introduction to earth. Vegetation Mapping and forestry applications. scale of analysis. Snow avalanches. ocean and snow resources. threshold and equilibrium. soil formation and erosion. Land use management. Weathering. Application of thermal 126 CE 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Interaction between lithosphere. Applications in oceanography and coastal zone mapping. coastal. interplate and intraplate earthquakes. GEOLOGICAL HAZARDS Geological hazards and environmental impact. development. atmosphere and cryosphere. classification. Water quality mapping. ground and borehole techniques: seismic. nature and characteristics. Interpretation of regional geological and geomorphological features. classification. Controls of earth system processes. radioactive geotomography and logging techniques. Physical and engineering properties of various resources. Impact of growing population on earth. Fundamental concepts of environmental geology. global morphology and plate margin landforms.

Delineation of seismogenic faults and their related seismic hazard. Quaternary climates. geochemistry. Dating techniques. mapping of shallow sub-surface sedimentary sequence. Pre-quaternary climates. Shallow seismic survey: determination of layered parameters (seismic velocity and thickness of overburden). Global climatic models. glacial/interglacial cycles. landuse. Stereoscopy. land wastage. Landforms and drainage patterns. Vegetation dynamics. PALEOSEISMOLOGY AND TECTONIC GEOMORPHOLOGY Plate tectonic and its relation to earthquakes. GPS: measurement of location with the help of GPS geo-referencing of the satellite data. Elementary photogrammetry. Core logging: facies characterization and stratigraphic mapping from sediment cores. Field techniques in paleoseismology. Ground penetrating radar: identification of sub-surface utility. sedimentology. Photographic systems. prediction of future earthquake. data acquisition and processing. Seismic hazard assessment (SHA). Geochronology – relative and numerical methods. Geological records of climate change. response of vegetation to climatic reversals. Correlation of paleoseismic data with existing geodetic and geophysical data. identification of old (prehistoric) earthquake by trenching. slip rates. Historical and modern seismicity. types of cameras. Resistivity survey: determination of layered parameters (resistivity and thickness of layers). Grain size analysis: grading of CE 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-4-4-[4] 127 . determination of crustal movements using GPS. Applications in engineering geology. LABORATORY PRACTICES IN GEOSCIENCE Remote sensing applications: features extractions from remote sensing data. CE 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHOTOGEOLOGY IN TERRAIN EVALUATION Introduction to physical and structural geology. and recurrence interval of faults. Quantitative interpretation of toposheets and airphotos. GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE Introduction to global climate. Elements of photogeology. estimation of magnitude. reflectance and NDVI calculations and change analysis. Mapping of active tectonic landforms in different tectonic environments. hydrogeology. Photo-interpretation key. Methods of reconstructing climate. migration history. mineral exploration and change detection. stable isotopes. mapping of shallow sub-surface deformation. sea level changes. films and filters. identification of paleo-liquefaction features. evolution of climate through geological time.infrared data for mapping surface moisture and rock types and environmental studies.

Data generation and validation. Data post-processing. GPS time. CE 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-5-[4] CE 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 673 128 . Pattern recognition. Magnetic susceptibility: measurement of susceptibity of sediments and rocks samples. electronic theodolites. Case studies from different fields. GIS and GPS integration. INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING Remote sensing system. PSF. Preprocessing of remotely sensed data. INSTRUMENTATION. Image enhancement. CE 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-4-[4] GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM Basic concepts: pseudo range and carrier phase measurements. GPS Errors and biases. Image processing. Signal structure. Atmospheric errors and removal. interpretation elements. MACHINE PROCESSING OF REMOTELY SENSED DATA Image processing system. plane tabling. Mathematical modelling of systems and processes including analysis and interpretation of data. Radiometric and Geometric distortions and corrections. Analysis of Simulated data. Sample size and variance reduction. FOV. Verification of models. Geo-referencing. modernization plans of navigational satellites. Cartography and report writing. A project on a specific problem. Classification. Planning and field observations. LABORATORY AND FIELD PRACTICES IN GEOINFORMATICS (3 CREDITS) Use of automatic and digital levels. Image transformations. Special Simulation Languages like SIMULA: design of Computer Simulation Experiments. Sensor types characteristics: types of resolution. Response surface analysis. GPS coordinate systems: WGS-84. Surveying with GPS. EMR characteristics and interaction in atmosphere and with ground objects. Total station and triangulation methods (adjustment and computations of coordinates). Applications of optical and microwave remote sensing techniques in Civil Engineering. Other satellite based navigational systems: GLONASS. Geometric and radiometric distortions. Physics of remote sensing. CE 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-4-[4] DIGITAL SIMULATION Methodology of system simulation. IFOV. GPS orbital Geometry and Navigational solution. resampling methods. GALILEO. total stations.sediments. Satellite orbits and characteristics. Control surveys using GPS. RS satellites and data products.

spatial data model: raster. neighborhood. GEOSPATIAL DATA PROCESSING Geodetic reference systems: ICRF and ITRF. Observations and mathematical model. basic geometric geodesy. RDBMS. 2. Orientation. Spatial and attribute data input. parallax equation and stereo measurements for height determination. Statistical 129 CE 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-4-[4] CE 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Spatial referencing using coordinates and geographic identifiers. connectivity. and absolute. database operations. watershed analysis. classification. INS-GPS integration. LiDAR applications: building. Topology and topological models. full wave digitization. vector. GIS analysis functions: Retrieval. LiDAR data visualization. Photogrammetry: metric and nonmetric cameras. exporting data. Map projections. Least squares adjustment computations. error analysis of data and error removal. spatial pattern analysis. trend surface analysis.CE 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-4-[4] GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM Introduction. Collinearity and coplanarity conditions. topographic. metadata. spatial join and query. Data storage.interior. Accuracy of various components of LiDAR and error propagation. raw data to bald earth DEM processing. buffering. Coordinate systems and transformation. PRECISION REMOTE SENSING Altimetric LiDAR: Physics of laser. GIS presentation functions: Visual communication theory. relative. LiDAR data integration with spectral data. overlay. Geometry of near vertical and tilted photographs. tessellation. laser interaction with objects. Modern trends: Internet GIS. Automatic DTM and Orthophoto production. Image matching techniques. multiple return. measurement of laser range. LiDAR geolocation models. Variance-covariance of adjusted data. Components of a LiDAR system. rejection of observations. calibration. Strip and block triangulation and adjustment. error ellipse and error ellipsoid. spectral characteristics of laser. measurement. Data classification techniques. INS technology. heights and tilt distortions. weights and cofactors. uses of return intensity and full waveform in information extraction.5D model. exterior. Earth ellipsoid. Sequential processing and Kalman Filtering. design theory. Spatial data acquisition. Mathematical model relating image. Geodetic datums. Airborne Altimetric LiDAR: principle: topographic and bathymetric LiDAR. data visualization methods. Rectification and orthophotographs. precision and accuracy. GIS data: spatial and non-spatial. 3D GIS. model and object space. Quality of spatial data. DLT. network functions. Spatial and non-spatial data editing functions. Flight planning. viewshed analysis. spatial autocorrelation. propagation of errors and variance-covariance. tree. physical modeling under GIS environment. interpolation. power line extraction. geoid and geoidal heights and undulations. Attribute data sources. correlation and covariance. Stereoscopy.

schedule development. functional and drainage design of pavement structure. inter changes. Car following models. Signalized and unsignalized intersections. Basis of Pavement Design. etc. Fundamentals of traffic simulation modeling. analysis of transportation demand (including topics such as category analysis.). TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Microscopic and macroscopic traffic parameters. Boltzmann models. ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PAVEMENT SYSTEMS Subsystems of Pavement Design. Designing efficient public transport systems (including topics such as route development. Mathematical models for pavement systems. choice models. maintenance measures. user equilibrium models.). etc. capacity and level of service analysis. distress evaluation. parking areas etc. Geostatistical tools: variogram and krigging. gravity model. pedestrian flow problems. Landing gears. Computer Programming for various pavement analysis and design methods. Design alternatives-Analysis. Cost and reliability considerations. Development of various design methods for highway and airport pavements. Study of large scale simulation models such as VTI. expressways. traffic flow models. stability and diffusion phenomena in traffic. Evaluation and Selection. Introduction to GPS. Introduction to public transportation.analysis of adjusted data. traffic signs. ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE Introduction to supply and demand sides of transportation engineering. Materials of Construction and Construction procedures for different types. entropy models. Soil Stabilizations methods. vehicle pavement interaction. etc. Concept of structural. Simulation languages. Models for single point positioning and relative positioning using code and phase data. Design of flexible and rigid pavement – various approaches. Transyt. Coordination and optimization of network of signalized intersections. Pavement maintenance issues. Pavement distresses.. Code and phase measurements. 130 CE 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 682 L-T-P-D-[C] 4-0-0-5-[4] CE 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . pavement evaluation and performance. Properties of components and design tests. deterministic and stochastic models of stream flows. Simulation methodologies and model design. pavement management process. carfollowing models. pricing strategies. Quality control and tolerance. Methods of interpolation. and network level maintenance strategy. CE 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TRAFFIC FLOW MODELLING AND SIMULATION Traffic flow characteristics. simulation of traffic streams. design of traffic facilities like unsignalized and signalized intersections. Sigop. Pavement support conditions.

Environmental impact of airports. foundation models.CE 684 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM Dimensions of the widening role of urban transportation system planning. passenger and baggage flow. Material modeling – visco-elastic. passenger terminal functions. Geometric design of runway. visco-plastic behaviour. design concepts. parking configurations and apron facilities. viscosity tests. Temperature stresses in pavements. Air freight demand. the role of transportation planning in the overall regional system. transportation impact study methodologies. cemented material. project interdependencies and programming techniques. strategies for the evaluation of alternative transportation plans and plan implementation. aggregates. land use and transport system models. Airport drainage and pavement design. layout plan and financial plan. Air cargo facilities-flow through cargo terminals. Experimental characterization of pavement materials – bituminous mix. systems analysis and systems planning. implementation framework and case studies. CHARACTERIZATION OF PAVEMENT MATERIALS AND ANALYSIS OF PAVEMENTS Components of a pavement structure. comparison and evaluation of various models. analysis of flow through terminals. taxiway and aprons. Fatigue and rutting modeling and calibration. generalized multi-layer solution – Burmister layer. Regional analysis and plan implementation. unitized systems. Regional Analysis and development concepts. Characteristics of the aircraft as they affect airport. Static and dynamic analysis. ageing 131 CE 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-4-4-[4] CE 690 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-3-[4] . the challenges and the issues. Airport planning-requirements: site selection. RAIL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DESIGN Rail Transportation System. the planning process. Airport access problem. Demand analysis and forecasting for passenger and freight traffic costing and pricing principles. Airport capacity and configuration. Estimation of cumulative damage. project analysis and design. case studies and implementation strategies. AIRPORT SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DESIGN Air Transport-structure and organization. slab. macroeconomic transportation simulator. Load stresses in pavements. Forecasting air travel demand-trend forecasts and analytical methods. LABORATORY COURSE IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING (0-0-6-3) Experiments to characterize pavement materials like. subgrade. methodology and models for regional transportation system planning. Air traffic control lighting and signing.

definition and components of ES. like mix design related experiments. travel time. Transients in pumping schemes and hydro electric schemes. classification of time series. Sediment routing models. STOCHASTIC HYDROLOGY Statistical methods in hydrology. Demonstrations of various equipments including possible visits to advanced labs and road systems. Method of characteristics. CE 699 CE 710 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] M. Supercritical flow computation. flood frequency analysis. etc. delay. Traffic studio (students will learn to use geometric design software and video data analysis software). hypothesis testing and goodness of fit. dealing with uncertainty. backward reasoning. and mutation. UNSTEADY OPEN-CHANNEL FLOW Review of basic equations. Experiments related to traffic data collections on speed. biological and artificial neural networks. moisture sensitivity related experiments. basic concepts of ES. Genetic Algorithms (GAs): fundamentals and preliminary concepts of evolution and GA. preliminaries of optimization. and selected case studies involving GA applications to engineering. Dambreak flow analysis. Experiments to characterize bituminous mixes. 16 UNITS) INTRODUCTION TO AI TECHNIQUES Expert Systems (ES): history of ES. probability distribution of hydrologic variables. and selected case studies of ES applications to engineering and sciences. single and multiple regression analysis. development of ANN models for specific problems and selected case studies. characteristics of CE 712 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 713 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 714 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 132 . etc. networks. Finite .. feed-forward and feed-back networks. constraint handling in GAs. Governing Equations. supervised and unsupervised learning methods–standard back-propagation (BP). and mixed reasoning. forward reasoning. inference engines and reasoning mechanisms e. skid tests. THESIS (CREDIT MAX. etc. binary and real-coded GAs. TRANSIENTS IN PIPES Causes of transients. Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs): background and history of ANNs. Transient bubble flow. 2 D Shallow water flow equations: Boussinesq equations. volume. Transient control. genetic operators-selection. crossover. definitions and basic concepts of ANNs.TECH.g. etc. knowledge representation methods and development of the rule based knowledge base. conjugate gradients BP self organizing .tests.difference solutions: explicit and implicit methods.

GROUNDWATER HYDROLOGY AND POLLUTANT TRANSPORT Groundwater as a resource. well hydraulics. subsystems. Special topics. growth in a finite environment. stochastic modelling. Environmental and natural resources economics. statistical inferences. numerical modeling and solution. CE 715 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] WATER RESOURCES SYSTEMS ENGG. identification of sources. chemical and transport processes. multivariate modelling of hydrologic time series.environment relationship. Microeconomics and efficient resource allocation. and pollutant transport processes. ARMA. Environmental protection laws. and DARMA models). Conjective management of surface and groundwater. Introduction to mathematical optimization techniques. Seawater intrusion in coastal aquifiers. pollution control policy. statistical principles and techniques for hydrologic time series modelling. Application of optimization techniques. Planning and management of environmental systems: optimization techniques. Modelling of pollutant transport in the unsaturated zone. Pollutant transport in groundwater. Fluid potential. Application of simulation models.hydrologic time series. break through curves. ARIMA. aquitrads and general geology. practical considerations in time series modelling applications. Aquifiers. conditions of project optimality. Planning for multipurpose water resource projects. limits of growth. parameter estimation. time series modelling of annual and periodic hydrologic time series (including AR. Large scale systems. Stochastic response of linear structural systems: normal CE 716 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 717 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 721 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 133 . Multiobjective optimization. normative criteria. hetrogenity and anisotropy. Optimization models for management of groundwater quantity and quality. AND MANAGEMENT Economics of water resources systems: principles of engineering economics. Optimal monitoring network design. Water resources planning under uncertainty. Numerical/mathematical modelling of environmental systems. descriptive and prescriptive models. Multiple objective management. RANDOM VIBRATIONS Random processes. Risk reliability and uncertainty in environmental systems. Optimal monitoring network design. Topics in groundwater and surface water quality management. MANAGEMENT AND MODELLING OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS Human . Stochastic planning models. unsaturated flow equation. general problems of chemical contamination in groundwater. Steady and transient flow equations.

Bending theory of shells: kinematic assumptions and straindisplacement relations. Waste Management-Recycling. Single and double lined landfill design. cylindrical shell under axi-symmetric loads. Soil structure interaction studies pertaining to buried structures. Natural attenuation process and mechanism of attenuation. CE 730 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 733 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 134 . Kirchoff theory . surfaces . coal. characterization and regulatory requirements for disposal of hazardous. Level crossing. Membrane theory of shells: equilibrium equations. nonhazardous and domestic wastes. Design practices of solid wastes. strain-displacement relations . application in calculation of displacements. equilibrium equations. geosynthetics amended soils and other admixtures. Tailing dams for disposal of flyash. applications to shells of revolution under axisymmetric loads. Leachate collection and detection system. rectangular plates-solution by double Fourier series. GEOENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ASPECTS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGE-MENT Identification. constitutive equations. Nonlinear random vibrations. constitutive relations. curvilinear co-ordinates. first and second fundamental forms. equations of Gauss and Codazzi. Modern trends in the design of earth retaining structures. derivation of theory from principle of virtual work.strain displacement relations. Peak and envelop statistics.parametric description. Limit analysis of rafts and foundations. principal curvature co-ordinates. Landfill construction. Application to wind and earthquake engineering. Application of geosynthetics in waste disposal design. circular plates. foundation models. Site selection and Geoenvironmental investigations. stress measures and equilibrium equations. Construction quality control and per-formance monitoring. copper. bending of cylindrical shells.mode approach. Non-stationary processes. boundary conditions. thick plates-Reissner-Mindlin-Naghadi type theories. moderate deflection analysis and buckling of plates. SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION Contact pressure distribution. derivatives of unit vectors.parameterized equation for curves. incineration and various disposal methods. linear material clay. anisotropic and layered plates. CE 722 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] THEORY OF PLATES AND SHELLS Some results from differential geometry: curves in 3D space . arc length as a parameter. stresses and stress resultants. iron and other metal wastes. applications to cylindrical shells under asymmetric loads. Bending theory of flat plates: thin plates. edge effects. com-posting. Analysis and design of deep foundations.

PH. applications of the theory to inference and control. hypotheses testing. experimental error and its characteristics. sampling theory.CE 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS Basics of Probability. regression analysis. FUZZY SYSTEMS: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS Fuzzy sets. adjustment computations. theory of point and interval estimation. image processing and data handling.D. fuzzy logic and the theory of uncertainty and information. robust estimators and certain other statistical tests. fuzzy numbers. fuzzy measures. fuzzy relations. clustering. its distributions. THESIS (CREDIT MAX. 16 UNITS) CE 752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CE 799 135 .

) Ghosh RK Gupta P Jain A Jalote P Karnick H Moona R Mukherjee A Prabhakar TV Convenor.COMPUTER SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Agrawal M (Head) Aggarwal SK Biswas S manindra ska sb 7338 7614 7574 7170 7645 7647 7642 7619 7601 7652 7489 7618 Mukherjee A Mehta S. mainakc ppk sbaswana arnabb 7890 7584 6074 7650 E-mails : IIT Kanpur has one of the most established programmes in Computer Science and Engineering in the country functioning since 1971. 40 students in the M. The faculty is involved with both theoretical as well as experimental research.E. The Department admits every year around 35 students in the B. Karnick H 7608 amit skmehta hk 7601 Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ 7489 7829 Sanghi D Saxena S dheeraj ssax 7077 7611 7174 7231 7829 Sinha RMK rmk (Joint appointment with E. DUGC : Convenor. A smart card operating system has also been implemented which is compliant to this standard. The recent research activities of the Department include : IITK CSE department is actively involved in research in various fields of computer Science.) Ganguly S Mehta SK sganguly skmehta Dhande S G sgd (joint appointment with M. prog-ramme. The problem pertained to whether a number could be tested for primality in polynomial time.Tech. Smart Card Technology Development: A standard for smart card operating system has been developed which is used by the Government of India for all its smart card based applications. Major Breakthrough in Theory: One of the major outstanding problems in the area of computational number theory has been solved by one of the faculty members in the year 2002. students registered at a time. it became a full-fledged department in 1984. program and 27 students in the dual degree programme. The domain of research range from abstract theory to down-to-earth problem of immediate interest to the industry. it also has software engineers and project research engineers. This technology is in the process of being commercialised. K. Bhattacharya A.Tech. This is considered the most important research result during the last 15 years in the area of Theoretical Computer Besides.D. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor : rkg pg ajain jalote hk moona amit tvp ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Seth A seth 7231 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Chaudhuri M Piyush P.E. Starting as an Interdisciplinary Programme. Kurur Baswana S. 136 . There are about 10 Ph. It has a faculty of 22 whose interests span almost the entire area of Computer Science.

The center aims to promote research in all aspects of computer security. STUDENTS COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING S FIRST C O U R S CHM101 PHY101 PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N ESC101 PE101 SECOND TA101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC102 CS100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 CS220 ESO-1 ESO211 E M E S T E R SIXTH HSS-II-1 CS335 CS345 OE-3 ONE OUT OF CS315. This is the largest outdoor multihop system anywhere in the country. Programming Languages. 137 . Algorithm. NLP. with the condition that 2 of these must be ESO. packet filtering system. Computer Architecture. Computer Security. Project Notes : Those students who have taken ENG121 in 1st Semester will have to do one HSS level extra in EL Slot. OCR. Angla Hindi is available on web at http://anglahindi. The following are the major research areas in the Department. B. Software Engineering. Operating systems. Some path-breaking contributions have been made in Indian Language Coding (ISCII). Wireless Networking: Wireless Networking research aims at making telecom affordable to rural areas that cannot be served profitably by conventional wireless technologies.11b technology for this purpose. and novel applications for wireless networks. Networks and Mobile Computing. CS365. keyboard design. A large scale outdoor experiment is being conducted to assess viability of using IEEE 802. VLSI and Hardware Design. ANGLABHARTI & ANUBHARTI machine aided translation strategies and popular web-sites such as Gita-supersite. Work in progress includes wireless network monitoring. an unconstrained machine-aided translation system from English to Hindi based on Anglabharti approach has been released and the technology has been transferred to the industry. to Computer Organisation Principles of Data base Systems Operating Systems Compiler Design Theory of Computation Design and Analysis of Algorithms Principles of Programming Languages Programming Tool & Techniques Introduction to Computer Graphics and Simulation Computer Architecture Computer Networks Intoduction to Software Eng. Some of our landmark achievements are: GIST multilingual technology.TECH. Information Systems. CS422 SEVENTH HSS-II-2 CS498 DEL-1 OE-4 DEL-2 EIGHTH SE-2 CS499 DEL-3 OE-5 OE-6 FOURTH HSS-I-2 TA201 CS201 CS355 OE-1 FIFTH SE-1 CS330 CS340 OE-2 ONE OUT OF CS350. Language technology: Development of Indian Language technology has been one of our major thrust activities at IIT Kanpur. CS425. etc. CS455 CS 350 CS 255 CS 360 CS CS CS CS CS 422 425 455 498 499 CS 100 CS 201 ESO 211 CS 220 CS 315 CS 330 CS 335 CS 340 CS 245 Introduction to Profession Discrete Mathematics Data Structures and Algorithms Intro. Indian scripts on Linux. Theoretical Computer Science. Linuxware.iitk. Computer graphics and CAD.Computer System Security: Recently a center on computer system security has been set The Department has already made several contributions in this area including design of new private key cryptosystems. machine translation. CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B. A student is required to take 4 ESO/BSO courses. First version of Angla Hindi.Tech. MAC and routing protocol design. web content creation and search. Project B.Tech. Artificial Intelligence.

Cache. truth tables. I/O Subblock. Asynchronous I/ O.g. Plotters. RSA. other coding schemes. registers. Relational model: algebra. Synchronous vs. dot matrix. Peripherals. E. Some CS applications (e. CPU Subblock. Or. Combinatorics: Basic counting techniques. compactness. Flash etc. Datapath . I/O techniques -interrupts. PRINCIPLES OF DATA BASE SYSTEMS Prereq. ESO 211 CS 315 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Overview of file organisation techniques: sequential. hardwired. inductive proofs. RAM. Finite fields and their elementary properties. Characters-ASCII coding. ESC 101.g. Keyboards. Basics of graph theory. case studies. the contrapositive. calculus. CPU buses. Memory organization. Commutative rings. Memory Subblock. generating functions. hashed. CS application of logic. Shifter. Lagrange’s theorem. inverted. EPROM. Disk drives. proof system. completeness. polling. Formal logic: Propositional logic: proof system.impact. hierarchical. 1’s complement. Multiplication and division circuits. Introduction to probabilistic method in combinatorics. basic structure of a digital computer. Overview of basic digital building blocks. number theory or group theory. Basic building blocks for the ALU. review of basic group theory with emphasis to finite groups: subgroups and group homomorphism. Polya’s counting theorem. Number representation. introduction to modal and temporal logics. 2’s complement. say. indexed. IEEE754. Controllers. Implementation of query languages.. First order logic: models. compactness. ideals. proof by contradiction. semantics. introduction to distributed data base systems. Some advanced topics. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ORGANIZATION Prereq.. security and protection of data recovery methods. B-trees. Pipelining. Printers. External interface. Monitors.COURSE DESCRIPTION CS 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DISCRETE MATHEMATICS Notion of proof: proof by counter-example. 138 . Advanced Concepts. network. error correcting codes). Cache coherence protocol for uniprocessor (simple). laser.ALU. pigeon-hole principle. direct. ink jet. DMA. logic. r’s complement). Real numbers-fixed and floating point. Integer -unsigned. Adder. Control path microprogramming (only the idea). Examples of formal proofs in. recurrence relations. Introduction to Advanced Processors. Technology-ROM. signed (sign magnitude. Concurrent operations on data bases. ESC 102 CS 220 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] Introduction. Assembly language programming for some processor. normal forms. Algebra: Motivation of algebraic structures. Subtractor. Data models: relational. formal number theory including incompleteness theorem.

Regular definition. LR). Monitors. Implementation. ESO 211. dining philosophers etc. YACC 139 . precedence. recursive descent parsing. Examples from contemporary OSes (Unix and NT). swapping. ambiguity. Error reporting. Hardware Mechanism for synchronization. File and directory protections. NT) Files and Directories: File organization in directories. CPU Scheduling: Examples from contemporary OSes (UNIX and NT). Difficulties in lexical analysis. Demand Paging.CS 330 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] OPERATING SYSTEMS Prereq. HPFS and NTFS. Prevention and avoidance mechanisms. System Threats — Viruses. Free space management. caching. Inter-Process Communication Message Passing. ESC 101. parser and symbol table.). Security and Protection Mechanisms: Password based protection. ESC 101. Disk Management. Operations on files. File attributes. ESO 211. Lexical analysis: interface with input. top down parsing. Mailboxes. bottom up parsing. Wormholes. CS 220 Compiler structure: analysis-synthesis model of compilation. Dynamic Linking. Examples of synchronization mechanisms such as from Java and Pthreads. LEX Syntax analysis: CFGs. token. File system implementation Concepts of mounting. CS 335 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-4-0-[4] COMPILER DESIGN Prereq. Examples of files systems from one or more of DOS. lexeme and patterns. Classical Problems (Producer Consumer. Segmentation. Paging Protection. transformation on the grammars. Page Replacement policies . System Calls. LR parsers (SLR. examples from contemporary OSes (Linux. Swap and swap management. Allocation mechanisms Contiguous. various phases of a compiler. Directory attributes and operations on directories. LALR. Linux. Encryption and Decryption. CS 220 Introduction: Role of operating System. BSD. Processes and Threads Concepts of Processes. Pipes. associativity. Device Drivers: Storage management Disk scheduling. linked and indexed allocations. Virtual Memory: Address binding process (compilation and linking). Process Synchronization Critical Section Problem. Transition diagrams. Deadlocks and Detection. predictive parsing. Trojan Horses etc. Directory organizations. Process Control BLock. Semaphores and Mutex objects. pre-paging and other issues. tool based approach to compiler construction. Threads.Thrashing.

. recursion theorem. languages. XML and document type definition. basic TM model and its extensions. symbol table.g. ESO 211 Scope and motivation for theory of computation. type conversion. automata. languages. self-reference.). reducibility.e. specifications of machine Code optimization: Introduction to Code optimization. informal introduction to computability and complexity. dependency graph. translation of declarations. implication to automated theorem proving. etc. decision and closure properties. derivation. peep hole optimization. some applications (e. Why consider Turing machines?. activation record. context-free grammars. bottom up and top down evaluation of attributes. NDTMs. assignments. register allocation. L. Grammars as generative devices.. DAG representation of programs. code generator generators. universal TM. languages. alphabets.Syntax directed definitions: inherited and synthesized attributes. Motivation for examining feasibility/infeasibility distinction. YACC. decidability of logical theories. polymorphic functions. code generation. deterministic finite automata. parameter passing. text pattern matching). pushdown automata. decision properties of regular languages. minimization of DFAs.e.and S-attributed definitions Type checking: type system. type checking in OO languages Run time system: storage organization. overloaded functions and operators. Rice’s theorem. basic blocks and flow graphs. equivalence of DFAs and NFAs. some applications of FAs (e. Implementation issues Code generation and instruction selection: issues. undecidability of halting problem. code generation from DAG. strings. and parse trees. evaluation order. type expressions. structural and name equivalence of types. definition of time 140 . TM configurations. markup languages. control flow. notion of undecidability. pumping lemma. activation tree. separation of r.e. dynamic storage allocation. other undecidable problems. and recursive languages. Recursive and r.g. normal forms of CFGs. boolean expressions and procedure calls. data-flow analysis CS 340 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] THEORY OF COMPUTATION Prereq. robustness of TM as a computing model. regular expressions and their equivalence with finite automata. garbage collection Intermediate code generation: intermediate representations. Myhill-Nerode theorem. set membership problem as idealization of computing problems. pumping lemma for contextfree languages. equivalence with CFGs. existence of non r. nonde-terminism.

and space complexity classes; P and NP, and their importance; polynomial time reducibility; definition of NP-completeness, and NP-hardness; Cook-Levin theorem; some other NP-complete problems, Brief review of the notion of randomized algorithms; probabilistic TMs; classes RP BPP, and ZPP; relationships , to P and NP; proof of inclusion of BPP in P/poly. CS 345 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] ALGORITHMS-II Prereq. CS 201, ESO 211

Max Flows: Max Flows (Ford-Fulkerson and bipartite matching), Linear Algebra: LUP decomposition, inverting matrices, Fast Fourier Transform. Polynomial multiplication, integer multiplication and division, Number Theoretic Algorithms: gcd, modulo arithmetic, Chinese remaindering, RSA, Linear Programming: formulation, simplex, primal-dual, Geometric algorithms: convex hull, closest pair, intersection of line segments, polygon triangulation, Randomized Algorithms: identity testing, primality and min-cut, Approximation Algorithms: max-cut, tsp, vertex-cover etc, Backtracking, Other topics. These may include string matching,parallel algorithms, amortized analysis etc. PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Prereq. ESO 211

CS 350 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4]

Brief history of development of programming languages, Introduction - imperative programming, functional programming, logic programming and object oriented programming, Values and types, Notion of variables, Lifetime of variableslocal, global and heap variables, Bindings and environments, bindables, scopeblock structure, static and dynamic scoping, Abstraction - procedural and function abstractions, Type systems - monomorphic type systems. Introduction to polymorphism, Types of polymorphism - overloading, parametric polymorphism, polymorphic types, Type checking and type inference – inference rules for monomorphic types, introduction to polymorphic type inference, Functional programming, Logic Programming, Object oriented programming. PROGRAMMING TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES Prereq. ESC 101

CS 355 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-4-0-[4]

Software management tools, CVS, Scripting tools, GUI programming tools, Language processing tools, Web programming tools. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND SIMULATION Prereq. ESO 211 Introduction to Picture Synthesis and Analysis. Conceptual Framework of an Interactive Graphical Simulation System, Graphics hardware. Basic Raster Graphics Algorithms. Introduction to Simple Raster, Graphics Package (SRGP), Graphics Entities. Geometric Transformations. Object hierarchy. Segmentation. Interaction Techniques, Geometric Modeling in 3-D. Viewing in 3-D. Concept 141

CS 360 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

of Synthetic Camera. Dialogue Design. Graphics User Interfaces. Windowing Systems Graphi -cal Modeling of Discrete events. Simulation of Discrete Event Displays. Animation Techniques. Basic Rules for Animation. Graphical Simulation of continuous motion. Role of Virtual Reality in Graphical Simulation. CS 365 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Prereq. #

Introduction to AI. Agents and environments. Problem solving by search; uninformed search, informed ("heuristic") search, constrained satisfaction problems, adversarial search, Knowledge representation and reasoning; rule based representations, logical formalisms, frames or object oriented systems, network based approaches and mixed representations. Theorem-proving. Knowledge bases and expert systems. Overview of LISP and PROLOG. Reasoning in uncertain environments. Planning communication and multiagent systems. Learning Vision, NLP . SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Prereq. #

CS 397 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[4]

This course is meant for a 3rd year BTech (CSE) student to study a topic of their interest, somewhat independently. A student may also carry out a project in this course. In this course, there will be a faculty member associated with each student whose responsibility will be to suggest reading material, hold discussion sessions, monitor the progress of the student, examine the student, and give a grade at the end of the semester. COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE Prereq. CS 220

CS 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction: Overview of Computer Architecture, Performance evaluation of processors, Pipelining, Super-pipelines, Advanced pipelines, static and dynamic scheduling, Instruction level parallelism, loop unrolling, VLIW and Super scalar processors, Vector processing and array processing, Memory: bandwidth issues, memory organization, cache coherence, Symmetric multiprocessors (SMP), NUMA-MPs, Massively parallel processors, Cache coherence protocols, Interconnection networks, I/O processing, parallel programming, Examples of contemporary architectures, AS (Reliability, Availability, Scalability) features. COMPUTER NETWORKS Prereq. #

CS 425 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4]

Introduction: Advantages of computer networks, LAN vs. WAN, ISO/OSI sevenlayer architecture, networks topologies, Physical Layer: transmission media, data encoding, Data Link Layer: Framing, Error detection and correction, Stop-and-wait protocol, Sliding window protocols, MAC Layer: Aloha protocols, CSMA/CD; Ethernet. Other examples of MAC protocols, Network Layer: Internetworking – Tunneling, Encapsulation, Fragmentation. Internet Protocol (IP) –Header structure, addresses, options, etc. Routing Algorithms and Routing 142

protocols. Other related protocols, for example, ICMP, ARP, RARP, BOOTP, DHCP, Transport Layer: Transmission Control Protocol – header, services, connection management, congestion control, sliding window, timers. User Datagram Protocol. Domain Name Service, Unix network programming, socket abstraction. clientserver architecture, Session, Presentation, Application Layers. Example protocols: Email (SMTP), Telnet, FTP, etc. CS 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Prereq. #

Introduction - industrial strength software, problem of software development, problem of scale, basic process-based approach, etc. Software Process Models - concept of processes, ETVX model for process specification, different process models and when they are useful, Requirement analysis and specification - the basic problem, the sub- phases in the phase, analysis techniques (structured analysis), specification, validation, function point analysis, Project planning - effort, schedule, quality, project monitoring, and basic CM, Design principles and structured design methodology - partitioning, top- down and bottomup, step-wise refinement, coupling and cohesion, Coding - style, structured programming, verification concepts. Testing - testing purpose, levels of testing, black box testing, white box testing, different test case generation approaches, Other topics - object oriented, metrics, standards, industrial practices. B. TECH. PROJECT-I

CS 498 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-12-0-[6] CS 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-1-3-0-[3]


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Programming utilities, lab exercise for developing large system and application programs. FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS Prereq. #

CS 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Basic concepts of operating systems, compilers, and data base management systems. FUNDAMENTALS OF THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE Prereq. #

CS 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Logic: basics of propositional and first order logic, completeness and compactness results. Some applications to computer science. (e.g., theorem proving, logic programming). Theory of computation: Church’s thesis, undecidability. Computational complexity: time and tape bounds, time and tape bounded 143

simulations, notion of complexity classes, classes P and NP, NP-completeness, some natural NP-complete problems. CS 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DATABASE QUERIES Prereq. #

Optimization and evaluation of relational queries: conjunctive query optimization, optimization of queries involving union and difference operators, algorithms for performing joins. Limitations of relational algebra as a query language. Fixed-point queries and Horn-clause queries. Optimization and evaluation of Horn-clause queries; filtering data flow method, magic set and generalized counting methods, clause and literal deletion problems. The boundedness problem, reducing the complexity of recursion, Duplicate clause removal. Incorporating functions, sets and negations into Horn-clause queries. INDEXING AND SEARCHING TECHNIQUES IN DATABASES Prereq. #

CS 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Index structures - R-tree, M-tree, VA-file, etc., Space-partitioning versus datapartitioning methods; Similarity queries - Range search, k-NN search, Selfjoin; Retrieval techniques - Fagin's Algorithm, Threshold Algorithm, Probabilistic Fagin's; Vector Space - embedding, properties; Dimensionality reduction - SVD, PCA, FastMap, Wavelets, Fourier transform, etc.; Distance measures - Lp norm, Mahalanobis distance, Kullback-Leibler divergence measure, Earth Mover's Distance, etc.; Data compression - Wavelets, Fourier, V-optimal histograms; ADVANCES IN DBMS Prereq. #

CS 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

User interfaces: forms, graphics, semi-graphics, spread sheet, natural language. Query optimization: techniques like query modification; Object oriented databases: notion of abstract data type, object oriented systems, object oriented db design. Expert data bases: use of rules of deduction in data bases, recursive rules. Fuzzy data bases: fuzzy set and fuzzy logic, use of fuzzy techniques to define inexact and incomplete data bases. TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY MICROARCHITECTURE Prereq. #

CS 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Performance as well as non-performance issues in current michroarchitecture research and development. Modern techniques to fight control dependence (advanced branch predictors), and data dependence (perfecting algorithms, data speculation techniques), and techniques to scale michroarchitectures for supporting large number of in-flight instructions. Design of microprocessors for low power, reliability, and security. Power/performance trade-offs and metrics, transient fault detection and recovery, designs for reliability and hardware level security (memory integrity and code pointer protection). 144

CS 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


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Single-threaded execution, traditional microprocessors, DLP, ILP TLP, memory , wall, Parallel programming and performance issues, Shared memory multiprocessors, Synchronization, small-scale symmetric multiprocessors on a snoopy bus, cache coherence on snoopy buses, Scalable multiprocessors, Directory-based cache coherence, Interconnection network, Memory consistency models, Software distributed shared memory, multithreading in hardware, Chip multiprocessing, Current research and future trends. VLSI DESIGN FOR PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES Prereq. #

CS 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction to hierarchical structural design. Role of CAD in VLSI design process. Techniques and algorithms for symbolic layout and routing. CMOS processing technology, CMOS building block. Use of pipelining and parallelism, self-synchronized designs, VLSI computing structures. Introduction to systolic arrays, mapping algorithms on systolic arrays, design of systolic arrays, system examples and design exercises TOPICS IN EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Prereq. #

CS 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Current topics in the design, specifications and analysis of embedded systems. Contemporary topics such as specifications of embedded systems, analysis of embedded systems, interface to the real-time operating systems, design case studies, design methodologies, etc. Other topics may include verification of embedded systems like formal verification, co-simulation, etc., estimation of hardware and software costs, partitioning, synthesis (hardware, software, memory, bus), retargetable usage of the software, specification and verification of the OS schedules, hard and soft real-time operating systems, and fault tolerant systems. ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS Prereq. #

CS 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction: Overview of computer networks, seven-layer architecture, TCP/ IP suite of protocols, etc. MAC protocols for high-speed LANs, MANs, and wireless LANs. (for example, FDDI, DQDB, HIPPI, Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless ethernet, etc.) Fast access technologies. (For example, ADSL, Cable Modem, etc.) ATM Networks. ATM layer. ATM Adaptation Layers. Congestion control. Signalling, Routing, QoS support, Neighbour-disconery, Auto-configuration. Changes to other protocols. Application Programming Interface for IPv6. Mobility in


networks. Mobile IP. Security related issues. IP Multicasting. Multicast routing protocols, adderss assignments, session discovery, etc. TCP extensions for high-speed networks, transaction-oriented applications. Other new options in TCP Network security at various layers. Secure-HTTP SSL, ESP, Authentication . , header, Key distribution protocols. Digital signatures, digital certificates. CS 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FAULT TOLERANT COMPUTING SYSTEMS Prereq. #

The course will discuss the principles and practice of fault tolerance in software and distributed systems. Some of the topics to be covered in the class are: system model - error, failure, faults, software fault tolerance, Byzantine agreement, fail- stop processors, stable storage, reliable and atomic broadcasting, process resiliency, data resiliency and recovery, commit protocols, reliability modeling & performance evaluation, crash recovery in databases, and voting methods. COMPUTERS SYSTEM SECURITY Prereq. #

CS 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction: need and basic goals for computer security, security threats etc. Cryptographic building blocks: Symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography, cryptographic hash functions, digital signature schemes etc., with representative applications for each. Operating System Security: Low-level protection mechanisms, access control: models for access control, some confidentiality, integrity, and hybrid models of access control such as Bell-La Padula, Biba, Chinese Wall etc., discretionary v/s mandatory access control. Case studies: Java access control policy specifications, SELinux security model and implementation. Program flaws: Bugs which have security implications such as buffer overflows, race conditions etc. Malicious code: Viruses, worms, Trojan horses; how they work and how to defend against them. Network Security: problems in network security; kinds of attacks, PKI, key exchange protocols, example protocols such as PGP, Kerberos, IPSEC/VPN, SSL, S/MIME etc. Protocol vulnerabilities: examples of protocol vulnerabilities such as in TCP/IP, denial of service attacks etc. Tools for network security such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems. References :


CS 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


Prereq. #

Local area networks, concurrency control and recovery, distributed languages and communication primitives, file servers, case studies of distributed systems. PARALLEL COMPUTING Prereq. #

CS 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction: Paradigms of parallel computing: Synchronous - vector/array, SIMD, Systolic; Asynchronous - MIMD, reduction paradigm. Hardware taxonomy: Flynn’s classifications, Handler’s classifications. Software taxonomy: Kung’s taxonomy, SPMD. Abstract parallel computational models: Combinational circuits, Sorting network, PRAM models, Interconnection RAMs. Parallelism approaches - data parallelism, control parallelism. Performance Metrics: Laws governing performance measurements. Metrics - speedups, efficiency, utilization, communication overheads, single/multiple program performances, bench marks. Parallel Processors: Taxonomy and topology-shared memory mutli-processors, distributed memory networks. Processor organization - Static and dynamic interconnections. Embeddings and simulations. Parallel Programming: Shared memory programming, distributed memory programming, object oriented programming, data parallel programming, functional and dataflow programming. Scheduling and Parallelization: Scheduling parallel programs. Loop scheduling. Parallelization of sequential programs. Parallel programming support environments. MOBILE COMPUTING Prereq. #

CS 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Introduction: Mobile computing a vision for future, ubiquitous computing versus virtual reality, software models for mobile computing. Data management Issues. Distributed algorithms and mobility: structuring distributed algorithms for mobile computing environments, token ring algorithm. Publishing and accessing data in the air: pull and push based data transfers, data dissemination by broadcast, treating air as cache, energy efficient indexing in air. Handoff management: handoff detection, failures, channel assignments. Location Management: two-tier HLR-VLR scheme, mobile IP, hierarchical tree based scheme, regional directories, distributed location management. Approximate query processing: concept hierarchy, summary database, updates and view maintenance, approximate query processing. Mobile Transaction Models. Mobile Computing: technological prospective: 1-G, 2-G and 3-G network and services, the Internet, mobile computing and cellular telephony, voice and data services on 3G networks, battery problem and power dissipation, low energy processors. File system support for mobile computing: Coda and Bayou file systems. Ad-hoc network routing protocols: DSDV, GSR, FSR, DSR, AODV.


CS 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


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Complexity Classes. NP and co-NP, Results on structure of NP-complete sets, Sparse NP-hard sets, Basic Inclusions and Separations, Nondeterministic Space Classes, Logarithmic Space, A PSPACE complete problem, Polynomial Hierarchy, PH through Alternating Quantifiers, Universal Relations, Probabilistic Classes, Schwartz-Zippel Lemma and BPP BPP and its relationship with other Complexity , Classes MODERN CRYPTOLOGY Prereq. #

CS 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Basics of finite fields. Private and Public-key cryptography, existing cryptosystems and their security. Cryptanalysis of existing systems. Zero-knowledge protocols, One-way functions. Advanced protocols for different applications, e.g. echeque, e-cash etc. Network and System level security issues. CIRCUIT COMPLEXITY THEORY Prereq. #

CS 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

The course aims at a comprehensive overview of results on the circuit complexity classes and their relationship with the Turing based classes. The topics to be covered in the course are as follows: The class NC and its properties. Characterization of class P by circuits. The classes DLOG, NLOG, LogCFL and their properties. The class SC, proof of the relationship RL is a subset of SC. The class NC1 and its characterizations. The class TC0 and its characterizations. The class ACC and its characterizations. The class AC0 and its charecterizations. Lower bounds for AC0, for AC0[m] where m is a prime power and for TC02. ABSTRACT STATE MACHINES: THEORY AND PRACTICE Prereq. #

CS 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Examples of sequential abstract state machines (ASMs, for short) specifying some familiar algorithms. Proof of sequential ASM thesis which states that all sequential algorithms can be captured by sequential ASMs. Computations with abstract structures, choiceless polynomial time. ASM specification of parallel and distributed algorithms. ASM methodology for specifying semantics of programming languages, and for verification. Comparison of ASM approach with other existing methodologies for specification and verification. ASM defined fine complexity classes. ASMs and meta-finite models. FINITE AUTOMATA ON INFINITE INPUTS Prereq. #

CS 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Finite automata on infinite words and trees: Complementation, determinization and algorithms for checking emptiness.


Chebyshev inequalities. Polynomial identities. Planar graph separators. Program checkers. motivating examples. CS 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CS 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED TOPICS IN ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES Prereq. Q-heaps and AF-heaps and general shortest paths and minimum spanning trees algorithms. and scaling algorithms. # CS 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The aim of this course will be to provide introduction to some applications 149 . verification and synthesis of systems. RANDOMISED ALGORITHMS Prereq. median. combinations. Chernoff bounds. PARALLEL ALGORITHMS Prereq. # Complexity measure for parallel algorithms. Disjoint set Union-Find algorithms. State-of-the-art algorithms for minimum spanning trees. # The course intends to deal with advanced aspects of algorithm: design and analysis including data structures. K-th largest/smallest element. Notion of randomized algorithms.Connections with logic: Finite automata and monadic second order (MSO) logic on words and trees. fingerprinting. Probabilistic method. Red-black trees. shortest path problem. Rheaps. Fusion trees and their applications to integer sorting. Markov. Probabilistically checkable proofs. parallel algorithms for connectivity problems. Decidability of MSO theory of various infinite graphs. Modelling. Applications: Decision procedures for temporal logics. # CS 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of discrete probability. CS 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS Prereq. LOGIC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Prereq. Fibonacci heaps and self-adjusting search trees. parallel algorithms for path problems. Effective theory of infinite games. blossoms. Hashing. derangements. Random walks and Markov chains. Parallel graph algorithms: parallel graph search and tree traversal algorithms. F-heaps. Parallel combinatorial algorithms: permutations with and without repetitions. Approximate counting. # Introduction. Polynomial time algorithms for matching. amortized complexity of algorithms. Parallel sorting algorithms. some number theoretic problems. analysis and lower bound proofs. methods of interpretation and unfolding. max flow algorithm. Micali-Vazirani algorithm. Network flows . linking and cutting trees. Splay trees. Lower bound theory for parallel computations. Selection algorithms and application to convex hull. Priority queues. Randomized complexity classes. Parallel searching algorithms: maximum/minimum.preflow-push algorithms. Matching.

Scott. Architectural Styles. Equations and pattern matching. CS 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN LAMBDA CALCULUS Prereq. Product-line architectures. Component based development. Architecture Description Languages. SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE Prereq. Solution to full abstraction problem via games. At least three of these will be covered in some detail. Games semantics: Games semantics for lambda calculus. abstraction and higher order functions. SECD machine. a construction by D. Cartesian closed categories and typed lambda calculus. Relation to deductive systems. Logics to reason about transition systems. Categorical semantics of lambda calculus: Introduction to category theory. Reasoning about Knowledge: Knowledge as modality. 150 . distributed agents exchanging messages. Simulation and lower bounds on length of proofs for specific systems (e. Games semantics. role of order on the domain. Logical omniscience. axioms of knowledge. Enterprise Architectures. Communication and Concurrency: Processes as transition systems. typical software system structures (architectural styles). Calculus of mobile systems: pi-calculus. models for characterizing and reasoning about architectures. polymorphism and type inference. # Optimal reductions in lambda calculus: Levy’s formalization of the problem. Bisimulation and observational equivalences. Lamping’s algorithm and its correctness. Full Abstraction problem for PCF: PCF as an extension of lambda calculus. denotational semantics of functional languages. Some theory related to pi calculus. techniques for designing and implementing these structures. Connections with complexity classes. # ML (CAML dialect). an extension of typed lambda calculus. Inherent complexity of implementing optimal reductions. hiding etc. Role of architecture in Software engineering. LTL. X-calculus and combinators. Operational and denotational semantics and the full abstraction problem. and tools for architectural modelling. PHP requires superpolynomial length using resolution). agreeing to disagree. # CS 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] In this course we study. Solutions to the full abstraction problem.g. provably total functions and relations to complexity theory.). Finite Model Theory: Expressiveness of FO and its extensions on finite structures. Theories of weak arithmetic. Categories with reflexive elements. Following are some possible topics. types. Games for lower bounds. Feasible Proofs: Propositional proof systems for tautologies. implementing functional languages. Connections to linear logic and geometry of interaction. CS 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING Prereq. CTL* and modal mu calculus. Zachman’s Framework.of logic in computer science. lazy and eager evaluation. PCF. Design Patterns. operations on these processes (composition. Common knowledge.

the Voronoi diagram. Geometric searching: point location problems. planar point location search. permutation tables. measure and perimeter of a union of rectangles. # Unified Modeling Language. lower bounds. Model-driven architecture (MDA). Towards computational geometry. viewing transformations. FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS Prereq. open research questions. Design patterns. Geometric transformations. Convex hulls: problem statement and lower bounds. Computer graphics and image processing and techniques. (UML). Precise modelling (using OCL-Object Constraint Language) and analysis of software models. Modeling language design:metamodeling. skeletons in arrangements. ALGORITHMS IN COMBINATORIAL GEOMETRY Prereq. the complexity of families of cells. zones in arrangement. The geometry of rectangles: application of the geometry of rectangles. geometric preliminaries. Use case modeling. Proximity: divide and conquer approach. the chain method. Advanced modeling topics: Aspect oriented modeling. quick hull technique. # CS 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Historical perspective: complexity notions in classical geometry. intersection of rectangles and related problems. Graham’s scan. location of a point in a planar subdivision. Methodologies for object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD). # CS 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics: fundamental concepts in combinatorial geometry. model-based testing. the slab method. roundtrip engineering. Intersections. 151 . Algorithms for hidden edge and surface removal. COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY Prereq. advanced display architecture. Shading models. convex hulls in more than one dimension. locus approach. range . Implementation of a simple graphics package. extension and applications. hidden-line and hidden surface problem. # CS 660 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Overview of the programmer’s model of interactive graphics. Modeling non functional properties. Jarvis’s march. Applications: problems for configurations and arrangements. Raster algorithms and software. dissection of point sets. models of computation. colour displays and concepts of shadows. separation and intersection in the plane. CASE tool support for OOAD and automatic code generation. Fundamental algorithms: constructing arrangements. Techniques of visual realism.searching problems. linear programming.CS 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] OBJECT ORIENTED SOFTWARE MODELING Prereq. variants and generalizations. semispaces of configurations. UML Profiles.

vision. Introduction to semantics and knowledge representation. # CS 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Overview of Natural Language Processing. deduction. case studies. theorem proving. INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING Prereq. Transfer and Interlingua approaches. Image Segmentation. context and world of knowledge. # CS 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to semantics. MACHINE TRANSLATION Prereq. Selected applications. 152 . database interface. Rule induction and inductive learning. Machine-aided translation. Search: state space. Examples of English-Hindi and Hindi-English machine translation. MACHINE LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY Prereq. Construction of lexical data-base. # CS 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] This course will explore different machine learning. Image Representation and Modelling. Reinforcement learning. and/or and game tree search. lexicon. Genetic algorithms. Case study of one or more examples from natural language processing. user interfaces.CS 665 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Prereq. Some applications like machine translation. labeling. etc. Example based on Hybrid Methodologies. Philosophical issues. implementation and limitations. semantic interpretation. Pattern Recognition: Statistical. truth maintenance. knowledge representation. algorithms and data structures for implementation of the framework. Analytical. Partial description of English or an Indian language in the frame work. context and world knowledge. question answering. Decision Tree Learning. Current issues: inference control. Production systems: design. belief models. Syntax. Knowledge representation: semantic networks. Direct. COMPUTER VISION AND IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq. learning. NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING SEMANTICS Prereq. # CS 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Human and Computer Visioon. A framework such as LFG. structural/causal networks. Text generation. knowledge discovery and data mining approaches and techniques: Concept Learning. Strategies for machine translation. predicate calculus. Clustering and instance based learning. discourse structure. GPSG or Panini in some depth. # Approaches to artificial intelligence. semantics. speech acts. plans and actions. expert systems. planning. Bayesian networks and causality. # CS 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] A computational framework for natural language. Neural networks. Rule based. Line and Edge detection.

This course aims to fist discuss the basic principles of kernel based learning methods and then branch off into some areas of current research like : techniques for finding optimal kernels. isomorphisms of objects and morphisms. CATEGORY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTING Prereq. for elliptic curves. THESIS CS 699 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[4] 153 . ideal membership etc for polynomials over finite fields. Object Recognition Scene Matching and Analysis. Robotic Vision. Similar categories. Motivating examples: RSA and El Gamal cryptosystems. pullback. extension of categories. semi-additive category.Structural. CS 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LEARNING WITH KERNELS Prereq. monicity and epicity. equalizer. kernel. Functors: Natural transformation. Integer Lattices: the complexity of finding a short vector in an integer lattice. Diagram isomorphism. Representable functors Category in context of another category. Role of Knowledge. Integers: The complexity of factorization. TECH. Universal Structures: Initial terminal and zero. M. Training and Classification. Category of sources and sinks. Elliptic curves: the complexity of addition. regular epicity and monicity. duality. generalization of limit and colimit. Document Analysis and Optical Charecter Recognition. # CS 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elementary operations: the complexity of basic operations like additions. factorization. sources and sinks. property preserving and reflecting functors. Neural and Hybrid Techniques. point counting etc. Motivating examples: Elliptic curve cryptosystems and integer factoring. Additive category. discrete log computation etc for integers. Motivating example. primality testing. Polynomials: The complexity of factorization. Motivating example: Reed-soloman codes. Morphism algebra: Biproduct. irreducibility testing. # Course Contents : Kernel based methods in machine learning have become a major paradigm in machine learning in the last decade. Application to Logic (Topoi). The methods have also found widespread application in pattern classification problems. application to Programming Languages. product. multiplications for integers and polynomials. Normal Categories: Normal hierarchy. COMPUTATIONAL ALGEBRA AND NUMBER THEORY Prereq. H-reflection morphism and adjoint functor. error bound analysis novelty detection etc. completeness. categories on natural transformation. chains and exactness. # CS 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction: Basic definition and diagram. polynomial factorization.

hash functions. PERFOMANCE AND AVAILABILITY OF COMPUTER Prereq. Space and time efficient randomized algorithms as a candidate solution. # Motivating applications: network monitoring. Markov reward models. Chernoff and Hoeffding (CH) tail inequalities. Analytical methods including fault trees. Finding frequent items in data streams. Basics of randomization: elementary probability theory.CS 697 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Prereq. Markov chains. # Instructor’s Consent Introduction to probability and stochostic processes in Computer science and engineering applications. Estimating frequency moments. CS 698G L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CS 698T L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] WIRELESS NETWORKING: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE Prereq. # EM theory for EE students. variance. estimating join sizes. diversity and channel coding. exposure to methods of reliability and performance analysis of hardware and software systems. CS 720 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] VLSI TESTING AND FAULT-TOLERANCE Prereq. Various techniques to solve 154 . models of data streams. Estimating distinct item queries. sensor networks. CH-bounds for limited independence. Bluetooth and GSM. Mobile Cellular Telephony. Approximate histograms over data streams. fourier and DCT clustering over data streams. Transforms over data streams. Special Topics such as Antennas. Multiple access techniques. # The course is primarily intended to familiarize students with the problem of testing large and complex electronic circuits. Mobile IP: Mobility and the internet. linearity of expectation. Computer Networks for CSE Students Introduction to wireless communication. need for highly efficient processing of high speed and high volume data streams. # Special and advanced topics in different areas of Computer Science and Engineering will be covered under this course. RF signal propagation. CS 719 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO DATA STREAMS Prereq. overview of modulation techniques. stochastic Petri nets and queuing networks.11. Markov and Chebychev’s inequality. expectation. Applications to graphs. wavelets. basics of equlization. limited independence. Specifying and solving analytical models using SHARPE (Symbolic Hierarchical Automated Reliability and Performance Evaluator) software package. Case studies related to IEEE 802.

formats. Multicasting issues. ATM. The problem of reduced yield and reliability of circuits in presence of faults will be discussed and techniques to improve the yield and reliability of these circuits by introducing fault-tolerance measures will also be covered. Content Display .audio and video conferencing.compression. admission control. voice over IP. Desk area networks. CORBA. helper applications.this problem and concepts of design for easy testability (DFT) will be discussed.Java. performance evaluation.browsers. Audio . Component technologies. TOPICS IN MULTIMEDIA Prereq. This course intends to investigate the underlying principles and practices that support these applications. ISDN. technology. routing.Quality-ofservice guarantees. SMDS. XML and other markup schemes. Architecture issues in multimedia. # Recent developments in various fields in networking. time. Active-X. Coding and compression standards . interrupt handling. disk scheduling. Images compression. Data on the web.requirements. plugins. transport protocols. partial encryption schemes for video streams. Search engines. and network architectures. including but not limited to. etc. Introduction to computer networks. SONET. Internet servers. Content Delivery protocols .real-time OS issues. Interactivity . collaborative working. CS 725 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN NETWORKING Prereq. resource reservation. Networkng issues in multimedia . Security issues in multimedia . etc. traffic specification. Content preparationHTML. information and software redundancy will also be discussed in detail. disk placement. shaping. and monitoring. etc. Latest developments in the field of multimedia. Topics related to fault-modeling and fault-simulation to evaluate the faultcoverage of test vectors will be covered in detail. TOPICS IN INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES Prereq. electronic commerce. formats. Network related issues in development of multi-media applications. # CS 727 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Today the Internet is being used for myriad of applications . Operating Systems Issues in multimedia . distance watermarking. etc. searching for a multimedia document. etc. real-time protocols. Various redundancy techniques like structural.electronic publishing. # CS 726 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Multimedia systems . Javabeans. Session directories. 155 . proxy servers. SGML. Frame-relay. Database issuses in multimedia indexing and storing multimedia data. video on demand. MPEG. application protocols.JPEG. Protocols for controlling sessions. VRML. synchronization. DHTML.HTTP and variants. Issues in Gigabit networking. Multimedia applications . flow control. Emerging technologies such as.

debugging and performance diagnostic issues. # CS 740 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Curry-Howard isomorphism between typed terms of formal systems representing computable functions and deductions in certain logics. Gödel’s system T and Girard’s system F. Redundancy elimination. language . security. Grid architecture: requirements concerning abstractions. Simply typed lambda calculus. Connection with provably recursive functions in systems of arithmetic. Optimization for memory hierarchy. performance tuning. other grid programming support (I/O. Compiler Algorithms Notation. Symbol table structure. fault tolerance. ADVANCED COMPILER OPTIMIZATIONS Prereq. Control flow analysis. such as. evolution of grid models. Loop optimizations. Skyserver and some national grid projects. Environment: Overview of GCE. and protocols. tools based on RCP RMI. Encryption. web service and P2P models. Producing code generators automatically. Early optimizations. Application case studies: Seti project. real-time operating systems. behaviors. Code scheduling. Run time support. and distributed systems. Polynomial time logic. MPI-G2. # CS 738 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to Advanced topics. Monitoring and debugging: scheduling. Dependence analysis and dependence graphs. issues in multiprocessor operating systems. Watermarks. # This course will cover some advanced topics in Operating Systems. CS 730 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN OPERATING SYSTEMS Prereq. TOPICS IN LOGIC AND COMPUTATION Prereq. # Overview: definition of grid. Open grid service architectures.Security. Benchmarking the Web. Inter procedural Analysis and optimizations. Semantics. advanced file system topics. control flow and low level optimizations. 156 . etc. Alias analysis. programming meta models for grid programming). connectivity. CS 728 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN GRID COMPUTING Prereq. basic building blocks. programming models. Expressibility of these — how higher order functions and polymorphism add to expressibility. Introduction to optimizations. Firewalls.) for grid computing. Performance. Electronic payment systems. Intermediate representation. issues in management of grid models. Data flow analysis. Strong normalization. Case studies. procedure optimizations. middleware for building grid computing environments. resources. Sun grid engine. Register allocation. support (MPI-G.

They are used to derandomize randomized algorithms. parallel prefix computation. Unbounded fan-in circuits. # VLSI theory of complexity. Interactive proof systems. Delaunay triangulation and convex hull. ordered chaining. Uniform diagonalization. PSEUDO-RANDOM GENERATORS Prereq. # Survey of basic background: models of computations and resource bounded computations. CRAM model and allocated PRAM models. NC-algorithms for ST-numbering and open ear decomposition. Parallel algorithms for graph optimization problems. nearest largers.CS 741 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STRUCTURAL COMPLEXITY Prereq. Equivalence relations and classes in graphs. Sparse sets in NP. notion of complete problems in a class. Polynomial time hierarchy. Relativised classes. Structure of NC. Self reducibility. General techniques for fast parallel computations on vectors and lists and their applications to design of efficient parallel graph algorithms. as of now very few constructions of pseudorandom generators are provably known although many are conjectured). Structure of NP complete sets. Stateof-art algorithms for depth first search of directed and undirected graphs. The topics covered in the course are as follows : 157 . Introduction to parallel models for computation. CS 742 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PARALLEL COMPLEXITY AND SUB-LOGARITHMIC TIME ALGORITHMS Prereq. p-isomorphism conjecture. Parallel dynamic programming and its applications to expression graphs. These functions have become one of the fundamental objects to study in complexity theory because of their utility. polynomial time reducibilities and how these relate to each other. obtain lower bounds on the complexity of problems etc. we study pseudo-random generators and their connections in depth. Theory of log-space completeness. Optimal NC algorithms for deterministic list ranking triconnectivity and task Scheduling. Central complexity classes. (unfortunately. # Review of important sequential graph algorithms. # CS 744 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Pseudo-random generators are efficiently computable functions that stretch and input random string to a much bigger sized string such that the output string appears random to resource-bounded computations. Sublogarithmic time algorithms for Parallel symmetry breaking. Algorithms for graph coloring. CS 743 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED GRAPH ALGORITHMS Prereq. Parallel planarity testing. Decomposition of graph into simpler subgraphs. Nonuniform complexity. In this course. formalize notions of cryptographic security.

Features (esp. behavioural) of memory. Object oriented programming (with C++). COGNITION: MEMORY Prereq. seminar type course which will focus on the state-of-the-art in various areas of Software Engineering–Software project management. Equivalence of oneway functions and pseudo-random generators. Large sample 158 . Experimental evidence from: Psychology (human/animal subjects). Information system design. Metrics and measurement. nerophysiology. Requirements engineering. Pseudo-random generators against arithmetic circuits: Equivalence of lower bounds and pseudo-random generators. Pseudo-random generators of small stretch: Definitions of cryptographic security. COGNITIVE SEMANTICS Prereq. Object oriented design. Copy cat. CS 755 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Prereq. TODAM. Sparse distributed memory. neurochemistry and imaging. Formal verification of programs. Real-time software specification and design. The objective of this course is to explore the cognition-language mappings. pandemonium. # This is a research-oriented. Formal specifications. LANGUAGE ACQUISITION Prereq. Pseudo-random generators of large stretch: Equivalence of lower bounds and pseudo-random generators. # CS 782 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Cognitive Semantics seeks to relate linguistic expressions to conceptual structures in the context of a speech act. connectionist.Pseudo-random generators: definitions and Existence. lackson method for design. Society of mind. Extractors and pseudo-random generators. A function conjectured to be pseudorandom. matrix. Models: Schema. SAM. # CS 781 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Types of memory. Software reliability models. brain lesions and damage in human animals. Pseudo-random function generators. Software configuration management. CASE tools and technology. Software quality assurance. Known pseudo-random generators against small depth circuits and small space classes. Some functions conjectured to be one-way functions. Software risk management. Cleanroom method for software development. # CS 784 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Part A: Child Language Acquisition: Methodology: Diary studies.

words. syntax. Modularity-nonmodularity debate. Communicative aspects of language. Grounding issues in language acquisition. Morphology and syntax (Grammar). Developmental stages: Prelinguistic development: Onset of perception. holophrasis. Bilingual language development: Syntactic and semantic processing. SPECIAL ADVANCE TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Prereq. Emergence/evolution of syntax in multiple agent systems. creolization. synchronic and diachronic change. Critical periods. simulation experiments. Origin and evolution of speech sounds. Rules vs connectionist approaches. under/overextensions. telegraphic speech. Grounding of linguistic entities. deictic reference. Emergence/evolution of language universals. CS 789 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SPECIAL TOPICS IN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND ORIGINS Prereq. THESIS 159 . grammatical and pragmatic impairments. Phonological development. Origins and use of signs. compositional structures in communication. transfer and decay. and mappings. Discourse organization. discourse dependencies. syntax. # Child's acquisition of phonology. D. lexicon. universals and parameter setting. syntax in lexical development. Origins of a lexicon in multiple agent systems. Longitudinal studies. lexicon. Optimality theory and optimality arguments. Agent and population models. Emergence/evolution of intentional and semantic aspects of language. intentional use. # CS 797 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CS 799 Ph. Non-normal language develop.studies. Part B: Artificial life. agent based and evolutionary approaches to language acQuisition. Bootstrapping. 1. Sign language. symbols. semantics. simulation experiments. Some topics from the following will be discussed. Differentiation. Linguistic development: Lexicon. compositionality. semantics. pragmatics. speech acts and implicature.ment: Phonological. Learning mechanisms and constraints from computational learning theory.

I 102 Physics .Tech.I TA 201 Structure B ESC 102 TA 101 HSS-I MTH 101 PHY 102 PE 101 CHM 101 + PHY 101 ESC 101 ENG 112 MTH 102 PHY 103 PE 102 CHM 201 COM 200 D-1 MTH 201 ESO-I TA 201 D-2 D-3 HSS-I EL ESO-I ESO-II Mathematics . and PHY 101 Physics Lab 102 Introduction to Electronics 101 Fundamentals of Computing 101 Engineering Graphics 100 Introduction to Profession 19 .Sc.III Introduction to Manufacturing Processes Level I course in HSS Engineering Science I Engineering Science II Departmental Courses Open Elective Introduction to Manufacturing Processes Semester II SECOND YEAR Semester III Semester IV One half of the batch is assigned Structure A and the other half is assigned Structure B CHM ESC CHM PHY ENG ENG HSS-I ESC TA MTH PHY PE CHM ESc ESC TA D 101 PHY 101 102 Introduction to Electronics 101 Chemistry Lab.Tech. 112/HSS-I 112 English Language and Composition Level I Course in Humanities and Social Sciences 101 Fundamentals of Computing 101 Engineering Graphics 101 Mathematics .II MTH 203 TA 201 HSS . (Integrated) Programmes Structure A FIRST YEAR Semester I CHM 101 + PHY 101 ESC 101 ENG 112 MTH 101 PHY 102 PE 101 ESC 102 TA 101 HSS-I MTH 102 PHY 103 PE 102 CHM 201 COM 200 D-1 MTH 201 ESO-I ESO-II D-2 D-3 HSS-I EL ESO-I TA 201 M T H 102 PHY 103 PHY 103 PE 102 C H M 201 Com-S 200 D 1 ESO .Tech. B.I ESO . (Dual Degree) and M. 101 Physics Lab.II Physical Exercises II Chemistry Communication Skills Departmental course Engineering Science I Engineering Science II Mathematics .I ESO .II D2 & D3 EL .II Slow Pace Physics .I ESO .CORE PROGRAMME For Students of B..-M.I 101 Physical Exercises I 101 Chemistry Lab.

break. algorithms which use these classes. Chemical kinetics. Preparation of polymer films. Recursion. case.reduction. Heterogeneous equilibrium. enumerations examples form algebraic equation solving. Chromatography of natural pigments. wrapper classes for primitive types Java i/o system. interators. interface through member functions/ methods. Chemistry of Molecules: Introduction to molecules. Dichrometric titrations. encapsulation. More container classes-list. Basic containers: Array. Viscosity of solutions. Vector. continue. the programming environment. 20 . Resolution of commercial Ibuprofen. argument passing. Primitive types. Green chemistry. if-then-else. Function as a procedural abstraction. set. introduction to the object oriented (OO) approach-classes. Systems at finite temperature. Procedural programming. hashtable. CHM 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] ESC 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-3-0-[5] FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTING introduction to Linux. examples from solving systems of linear equations. Application of free electron model. Recycling of aluminium.CORE COURSES CHM 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-1-3-0-[2] CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Permanganometric Titrations.Assignment and expressions. Synthesis of antioxidants used as food preservatives. Loops. Control: if. Programming using classes and objects. CHEMISTRY Physical Principles: Experimental methods of structure determination. Preparation and analysis of a metal complex. Inheritance. Scope. Give many examples of (OO) approaches to problem solving in science and engineering. Principles and applications of Transition Metal ion chemistry.Base titrations. Chemistry of life processes. Iodometric titrations. Structure of organic molecules. objects. visibility. classes as types. Acid . Synthesis of organic molecules. Molecular reaction dynamics. Photochemical oxidation . write and execute the first program. static-dynamic binding. Photochemistry of organic and biomolecules. Spectrophotometric estimation. Object-oriented aspects. Introduction to basic input-output . Preparation of azo-dyes and dyeing. sortedset. subtypes. Biotechnology and Biomedical applications. references. go. Complexometric titrations. Polynuclear metal complexes with multidentate briding ligands. Organometallic chemistry. Interfaces. state through member variables.

Sinusoidal steady state response. Phase. combinatorial circuits. DA converters. Waveform generators using op-amp and 555 timer. ESO 202 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] THERMODYNAMICS Definitions & concepts: SI Units. Power Cycles. Discrete electronic devices. Flip-flops. BJT biasing. AD converters. phasor. Thermodynamic Equilibrium. Logic gates. Thermodynamic Relations and Availability. DC power supply. Law of corresponding states. Thermodynamic Potentials. basic feedback theory. shift registers. 21 . Thermodynamic Diagrams including Mollier diagram. System. Digital-to-analog converters and analog-todigital converters. Circuits using op-amp. transfer function. Signal sources. IPTS. Waveform generators. Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics. Counters. Refrigeration Cycles. Work interaction & various modes of work. Voltage amplifiers using op-amp. Simple transistor amplifier. Energy. Heat. multiplexers. van der Waals Equation of State. K-map. function generator and oscilloscope. SI Units. Mollier diagram and Steam tables. Property. differential amplifier. Energy. DC Power supply. Two port network. 555 timer. Ideal gas Van der Waals Equation of state. Applications of First Law of Thermodynamics of Flow Processes. Simple compressible substance. Work. Steam Tables. State Postulate. First law of Thermodynamics & its applications to Non flow processes. Combinatorial circuit design. Definitions & Concepts: System. Applications of First Law of Thermodynamics to Chemically Reacting Systems Second Law of Thermodynamics & its Applications. Temperature Scale. Pressure-volume. Laboratory Experiments : Familiarization with passive components. Tabular and Graphical representation of data. sequence generators. Basic micro-computer architecture. Comparators. Zeroeth Law of Thermodynamics. Sequential circuits. Simple active filters. Temperature Scale. Ideal gas Equation of state. Property. frequency response. Schmitt trigger and Active filters. Sequential circuits. Maxwells Relations.ESC 102 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-3-1-[5] INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS Passive components. Time domain response of RC and RL circuits. Combinatorial circuits. impedance. Steady state Steady flow and Transient flow processes. Step and frequency response of RC and RL circuits. Compressibility chart. Temperaturevolume and Phase diagrams. DC circuit analysis. Compressibility chart. Op-amp. Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids: Pure substance. Thermodynamic Properties of Fluids: Mathematical. State Postulate. Thermodynamic Equilibrium. Some electronic components and their characteristics.

T. Principle of entropy increase. Adiabatic flame temperature. Carnot cycle & Carnot principles. Heat Engine. failure (fracture/yielding). Transformation of strain at a point.Ideal.First Law of Thermodynamics & its consequences. Thermodynamic Potentials. Throttling process. Gas Power Cycles: Otto cycle. Principal strains. Transformation of stresses at a point. idealization of 1-D stress-strain curve. Use of steam tables & Mollier diagram. 3-1-0-1-4 Free body diagram. Diesel cycle. Friction Force-deformation relationship and geometric compatibility (for small deformations) with illustrations through simple problems on axially loaded members and thinwalled pressure vessels. First Law analysis of Non-flow processes. Standard heat of Reaction and effect of temperature on standard heat of reaction. Phase rule. Concept of stress at a point. orthotropy. Mohr’s circle (only for plane strain case). ESO 204 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] MECHANICS OF SOLIDS. Absorption refrigeration and Gas refrigeration Cycles. Transient Flow Processes-Charging & discharging of tanks. Principal stresses. Power Cycles: Rankine cycle. Clapeyron and Kirchoff equations. Concept of strain at a point. Entropy. Dual cycle and Brayton cycle. Strain Rosette. and twisting moment diagrams) of slender members (singularity functions not to be used). Mohr’s circle (only for plane stress case). Force analysis (axial force. Clausius inequality. Discussion of experimental results on 1-D material behaviour. Thermodynamic Temperature scale. plasticity. Concepts of isotropy. shear force. Refrigeration Cycles: Vapor compression refrigeration. Reversible & irreversible processes. First Law Applications to Chemically Reacting Systems: Fuels & Combustion. Applications of First Law for elementary processes. Conditions for Equilibrium. steady flow processes. Second Law of Thermodynamics . bending moment. Second law efficiency. Calculations of entropy change. Generalized Hooke’s law 22 . II Law analysis of Control volume. Reheat and Regenerative Rankine cycles.Kelvin Planck and Clausius statements & their equivalence. Available energy. Criterion of reversibility. Modelling of supports. Jacobian methods. Modelling of problem as a plane stress or plane strain problem. Heat Pump/Refrigerator. Maxwell relations. Second Law of Thermodynamics & its Applications: Limitations of the First Law of Thermodynamics.S diagram. Availability. anisotropy. Theoretical Air/Fuel ratio. Application of First Law of Thermodynamics for Flow Process-Steady state. strain-hardening. Concepts of elasticity. Displacement field. Thermodynamic relations.

Integration of the moment-curvature relationship for simple boundary conditions. Geology of India and distribution of economic mineral deposits. PROCESSES THAT SHAPE THE EARTH’S SURFACE: Geomorphic processes and landforms. Concept of elastic instability. ESO 209 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS. Concepts of strain energy and complementary strain energy for simple structural elements (those under axial load. Distribution function. Paleo-magnetism. Seafloor spreading. Probability mass and density functions. Conditional probability. Bayes rule and Independence of Events. Moments. and torsion). Applications of remote sensing. Metamorphism and metamorphic rocks. Ocean currents and waves SOLID EARTH AND EARTH MATERIALS: Interior of the earth. Geological time scale. Combined stresses. shear force. Continental drift. Sediments and sedimentary rocks. Laboratory Sessions. ATMOSPHERE AND OCEANS: Origin and evolution. Yield criteria. Tutorials. Plate tectonics. THE EVOLVING EARTH: Crustal deformation. Crystallographic methods. Superposition principle (singularity functions not to be used). Geologic structures and their representation. volcanoes and igneous rocks. Streams and drainage pattern. Axiomatic Definition. Moment generating function. 3-1-0-1-4 Prereq. Magmas.(without and with thermal strains). 23 . Earth in relation to moon. origin. Natural hazards. wind. Fossil fuels. MINERAL RESOURCES: Oreforming processes. Ground water. Complete equations of elasticity. Bending of beams with symmetric cross-section (normal and shear stresses) (shear centre and plastic analysis not to be discussed). Isostasy. Atmosphere-ocean interaction. Euler’s formula (post-buckling behaviour not to be covered) ESO 208 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-2-0-[4] EARTH SCIENCE EARTH AS PLANET IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM: Introduction. Comparison of internal structures. Green house effect. Ozone layer. Crystal structure. Metallic and non-metallic deposits. Properties. MTH 101 Probability. Impact of human activity. Expectation. Torsion of circular shafts and thin-walled tubes (plastic analysis and rectangular shafts not to be discussed). Mineral resources of the sea. Shore processes. Random variables. meteorites and other members of the solar system. Optical properties. bending moment. Introduction to column buckling. Rock forming minerals. Deflection due to bending. Air pollution. Glacier. Castigliano’s theorems for deflection analysis and indeterminate problems. Radiometric age. Weathering and soils.

Principles of Industrial Power Distribution. Likelihood ratio test. Marginal and Conditional Distributions. Pull-Out. Multiple Regression. Weak law of large numbers. Negative Binomial. proportions.Merge-sort. STATISTICS: Introduction: Population. Simple linear regression. Independence of random variables. Graph Algorithms:. two sample problems. Functions of random variables. Tests for slope and correlation. Transformers. Exponential. Stepper Motors and controls.Arrays.i. Graphical residual analysis. P . Point Estimation: Method of moments. Speed Control. Torque-speed Characteristics. Applications. Q-Q plot to test for normality of residuals. Special distributions: Bernoulli. Correlation. Big-oh and Theta notations. Joint Distributions. longest common subsequence. SPRT Regression Problem: Scatter diagram. Mutually Coupled Circuits. MLE. Gamma. DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS-I Order Analysis: Objectives of time analysis of algorithms. Consistency. Comparing two estimators (Relative MSE). Poisson.Basics of graphs and their representations. Hunting. Red-Black trees. Induction Machines: Construction Equivalent Circuit. Radix sort. D-and-C with Matrix Multiplication as another example.levy’s Central limit theorem (i. Quality Control. 24 ESO 211 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Equivalent Circuit. difference of means. examples (lecture scheduling. Hypergeometric. Confidence Interval. Binary search trees. prediction problem. Normal and Poisson approximations to Binomial. Geometric. B-trees. finite variance case). Generator & Motor Operation Power Angle Characteristics. Power Calculations. Covariance. Sorting and Divide and Conquer Strategy:. variance. Chi-Square goodness of fit tests. matrix sequence. Analysis of Variance: Completely randomised design and Randomised block design. Least squares estimation. Data Structures:. Sample size problem. multiplication. Equivalent Circuit and Performance. Linked lists. Uniform. Torque-Speed Characteristics. p-value. Shewhart control charts and Cusum charts ESO 210 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-2-0-[5] INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Introduction to Single-Phase Circuits. Moments. Hash tables.Chebyshev’s inequality. Estimation for mean. Dynamic Programming: methodology and examples (Fibonacci numbers. contingency tables. Normal. Relation between confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses. process scheduling) and comparison with DP (more examples to come later in graph algorithms). Applications Synchronous Machines: Construction. sample. variance. examples of MP and UMP tests. Test for proportions. Unbiasedness. Greedy Method: Methodology. Heaps and heap-sort. Lower bound on comparison-based sorting and Counting sort. Starting. Tests of Hypotheses: N-P Lemma. Quick-sort with average case analysis. Magnetic Circuits. Equivalent Circuit. Stacks (example: expression evaluation). Tests for means. parameters. Binomial.d. convex polygon triangulation). Direct-Current Machines: Construction. Analysis of Three-Phase Circuits.

Use of steady ‘conduction’ concepts to solve simple steady cases in dilute solutions as well as in stationary solids. penetration depth. physics of ball-games (qualitative) Heat Transfer: Introduction. Non-crystalline/nanocrystalline materials-definitions. pressure as a scalar.BFS. High Re flow: Prandtl’s approximation. Heissler charts. field approach. ESO 214 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-3-1-[5] Nature and Properties of Materials Examples of materials highlighting Structure-Processing-Property-performance relations.. basic inviscid flow. Separation. Similitude and modelling: using nondimensionali-zation of N-S equations and boundary conditions. streaklines. 14 space lattices. manometry. different ceramic structures. significance of Biot and Fourier numbers. one example (heat transfer to fluid flowing in a tube). unit cells. Boundary conditions. possibly from the bio-world or from microelectronics processing. stream function. local order. Topological sorting. Shortest Paths (Dijkstra. Unsteady conduction. Bellman-Ford. Linear (NOT angular) Momentum balance. similarity with heat transfer. Orifice meters). etc. Poiseuille flow. 25 . Steady state conduction-concept of resistances in series and of critical thickness of insulation. Pipe flows and losses in fittings. writing energy equation without dissipation and pressure terms. nondimensionalization. need for boundary layer. Euler acceleration formula. Nusselt number and correlations. Low Bi case. Fluid statics. flow past immersed bodies (bluff. only. streamlines. cubic and HCP structures. Magnus effect (mathematical derivations be avoided). Miller indices. rate law and conservation law. simplifications for cases without free surfaces and without cavitation (scale factor approach should NOT be done). Essential nature of convection: transpiration cooling. streamlined). elementary derivation. application. Conduction equation. Energy equationBernoulli equation. Packing. Boundary layers-elementary results for flat plates. Navier-Stokes’ (NS) equation. forces on submerged surfaces (NO moments NOR center of pressure). DFS. non-dimen-sionalization. ESO 212 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] FLUID MECHANICS AND RATE PROCESSES FLUID MECHANICS: Introduction to fluids. Minimum spanning trees (Kruskal and Prim’s algorithms and brief discussions of disjoint set and Fibonacci heap data structures). Reynolds’ transport theorem Conservation of mass. Description of flows. definitions (mass basis only). Couette flow. MASS TRANSFER: Simple ideas of mass transfer. different polymer structures. various approximations. concept of Tg. applications including flow measurement (Pitot tube. Illustrative example: One example involving all three transport phenomena should be discussed. interstitials. Floyd-Warshall).

scales and scale-invariant properties. Deformation of single and polycrystalline materials. doping. slip systems. Nucleation and growth (homogeneous and heterogeneous). ESc 101 Physical quantities and their measurement. measurement of band gap. existence of metals and insulators. PHASE EVOLUTION: Definition of diffusivity. Dia-. examples of diffusion process. Fracture in ductile and brittle (Griffith’s Theory) solids. phase diagrams of important metal and ceramic systems. Definition of a phase. unary and binary (eutectic. equilibrium properties of semiconductors. Excess carrier generation. if time permits). stacking fault. critical resolved shear stress. I-V characteristics of p-n junction and their applications as LEDs. soft/hard magnetic materials. Introduction to semiconductor crystal growth and processing modern methods of expitaxy (brief introduction to quantum wells and superlattices. Dielectric and ferroelectric materials (BaTiO3 as an example). eutectic with terminal solid solutions) systems and examples. examples of various transformations. Fermi-Dirac statistics. free electron theory (density of states. Strengthening mechanisms. MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR: Measures of mechanical response (fundamental measurable mechanical properties). conductivity as a function of temperature. Introduction to TTT curves. accuracy 26 .and ferri magnetism. edge and screw dislocations-their notation and concepts. Fatigue and creep properties of materials with suitable examples. Fermi energy. Hall effect. engineering and true stress-true strain response.Structure determination using X-ray diffraction (Bragg’s diffraction and structure factor for cubic lattices). Semiconductors (structures of elements and compounds). precision (resolution). concept of activation energy. optical properties of semiconductors. carrier concentration of mobility of non-generate semiconductors. law of mass action. Errors. band theory of solids. concept of lifetime. ductile to brittle transition. grains and grain boundaries. phase rule. linear and nonlinear behaviour. Different grades of measurability. bulk defects. energy of a dislocation. lasers and solar cells. fracture energy. mechanisms of slip and twinning. fracture toughness. stress intensity factor. concept of yield point and Elastic modulus (composite materials) viscoelesticity. Brillouin zones). ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES: Drude theory of metals. ESO 216 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] SIGNAL PROCESSING AND INSTRUMENTATION Prereq. comparison of these properties for different engineering materials. Point defects. para-ferro.

accelerometers. Simpson’s rule. boxcar intergration. Partial Differential Equations-Elliptic and parabolic Equations. Runge-Kutta Method. signal sampling and quantisation. sources (eg. Multiple Steps Method.. Study of quantities. Relays. Conjugate Gradient. Initial Value and Boundary Value ProblemsEuler’s method. frequency. Engineering Systems. signal representation and noise characterisation. solenoids. Introduction to the study of signals and their processing. lterative Methods-Gauss-Seidel. Secant Method. Roots of Equations. Virtual (Software) instrumentation. multipoint averaging. loudness) etc. valves. Method of Weighted Residuals. time). noise reduction techniques. position. etc). Solution of Nonlinear Simultaneous Equations. The trapezoidal Rule. current. ESO 218 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING Introduction. Various bridges for impedance and frequency measurement. current. The Fourier series and the Fourier Transform.Approximations and round off and Truncation errors. Basic instrumentation: meters. Signal and noise filtering. pH electrodes. Applications. Numerical Differentiation and Integration-High-Accuracy Differentiation Formulas.single variable -Method of Bisection. stain guages. mechanical (position. LU decomposition. Crank Nicholson Method. magnitude and phase spectra. velocity. ADI method. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations-Direct Methods-Gauss Elimination. Signals and noise.Power method. Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors. Explicit and Implicit Methods. Physical and Mathematical Modeling. Data Acquisition and computer control.Finite Difference method. Curve Fitting-Least Square regression. force. Familiarization and use of Virtual Instrumentation software. Introduction to Finite Element Method. acceleration (electrical voltage. Voltage. One point Methods. Signal conversion: A/D and D/A conversion techniques. Multiplexing. pressure. Integration with unequal segments. Open Integration Formulas. stepper motors). Sensors (e. Ordinary Differential Equations. Method of Interpolation. pH). Gauss-Jordan. lock-in amplifiers. psychophysical (brightness. Improvement of Euler’s method. Secant Method. milli and micro voltmeters. guages. Relaxation Method. Regression Analysis for Multivariable. Interpolation including splines. actuators (eg.and calibration standards. Examples of advanced instrumentation: oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. NMR. Banded and Sparse systems. Derivatives of Unequal Spaced Data. Interfacing with microcontrollers and personal computers. photodiodes. the DFT. light sources). 27 . Multiple roots. Diagonalization method. Analytical versus Numerical Methods. Error Analysis . Fast Fourier Transforms. Analog and digital signals. temperature.g. chemical (flow. windowing. Newton Raphson method.

Cauchy’s theorem. convexity. Solution of the matrix EquationAx=b. Evaluation of real integrals and improper integrals. Matrix Representation of a linear transformation. integrals. of Taylor’s theorem and criteria for maxima/minima/saddle points. Analytic functions. Skew-Symmetric. Curvature. Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule. Diagonal. Identity. Sequences. lines and planes. Vector Calculus. Norm. Orthogonal. Skew-Hermitian. Symmetric. Cauchy integral formula. Scalar Multiplication. Standard Inner product. Linear Operators on Rn and their representation as square matrices.AX). essential singularities. Laurent series. Co-ordinates with respect to a basis. Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalisation Process. Area. Statement only. Functions of two or more variables. Taylor’s theorem (one variable). Normal). Limit. X . Invertible linear operators. Space coordinates. Dimension. Unitary. length. fundamental theorems of integral calculus Improper integrals. Determinants and their properties. Implication of diagonalisability of the matrix A + Ar in the real Quadratic form XT AX. Null Space and Nullity. singularities. Range Space and Rank. Jacobians. Triangular. triple integrals. poles. Linear Transformation from Rn to Rm (motivation. partial derivatives. Linear Dependence / Independence. Graphs of polar equations. Row-reduced Echelon Form. Functions of a complex variable. Cylinders. Matrix Operations (Addition. Generalisation to the vector space Cn (C). Continuity. Curve tracing. Complementary Subspaces. Double. Multiplication. skewHermitian. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a linear operator. arc length. Subspaces. Newton and Picard method. Surfaces. : MTH 101 MTH 102 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] Matrices.II Prereq. powers and roots of complex numbers. Properties of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of Hermitian.MTH 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] MATHEMATICS . error bounds. Stokes Theorems MATHEMATICS . Similar Matrices and linear operators. Power Series. Volume. Skew-Symmetric. Positive Definite and Semi-Positive Definite Matrices.I Real numbers. Zeros. Basis. Gauss. Taylor series. Cramer’s method to solve the matrix equation Ax=b. Approximation by polynomials Critical points. Green. Transpose. term by term differentiation. torsion. Unitary. Quadric surfaces. and Orthogonal matrices). Bounds on eigenvalues. Polar coordinates. Hermitian. Standard Basis of Rn. Riemann Integral. Series. Conformal mapping (for linear transformation) Contours and contour integration. Inverse of a non-singular matrix. Characteristic Equation. Differentiability. Vector Space Rn (R). Adjoint) and their properties. elementary functions. and Normal matrices (including Symmetric. 28 . Linear Approximation. Residue theorem. Serret-Frenet formulas. Image of a basis identifies the linear transformation. geometric representation. Diagonalisability of a linear operator. CauchyRiemann equations. Power series. Complex Numbers. Structure of the solutions of the matrix equation Ax = b. Special types of matrices (Null. Continuity. Differentiability of vector functions. Mean value theorems and applications.

y. First Order ODE. hyperbolic. Charging of a plate capacitor. Legendre Polynomials. maximum principle with application. Prop of Bessel functions. elements of vector algebra in plane polar. PHYSICS LABORATORY Introduction to Error Analysis and Graph Drawing. spherical polar coordinate systems. Eqns. elliptic and parabolic orbits. y’=f(x. Trajectory of a Projectile on an inclined plane. for IVP (without proof) & Picard’s iteration method. of homogeneous eqn. Newton’s laws and applications (to include friction. Linear and quasi-linear first order PDE. : MTH 102 Introduction & Motivation to Differential Eqns. Laplace and Poisson’s eqn. Frames of reference.. Dimensional Analysis. Line integrals. Existence and uniqueness of soln. rectangular region.. conservative forces. curl. variable mass problems. Use of known soln. Energy diagrams. cylindrical. Resonance in Electrical Circuits. Exact Eqns.. Orthogonal trajectories.III Prereq. PHYSICS-I Coordinate Systems.application to Legendre Eqn. extensions of the results to higher order linear eqns.. resonance. basic concepts. Kepler’s law. Introduction to PDE. Measurement of Capacitance using Galvanometer. 2nd order PDE and classification of 2nd order semi-linear PDE (Canonical form). Fourier Method for IBV problem for wave and heat equation. Gravitation. Current Balance. relative velocity and accelerations. Moment of Inertia of a bicycle wheel. of IVP.y’)=0: not solved for derivative. centrifugal 29 PHY 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-3-0-[2] PHY 102 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] . rough pulleys). Orthogonal functions. Forced Oscillations. Conservation of linear momentum and collisions. F(x. Sturm Liouville BVP. D’Alemberts formula and Duhamel’s principle for one dimensional wave eqn. Fourier method for Laplace equation in 3 dimensions. Frobenius Method. Bessel eqn.. damping. Bar Pendulum. Elementary types of eqns. Magnetic Field in Helmholtz Coil. to find another. Improved Euler’s Method. and general soln. Euler-Cauchy Eqn. Second Order Linear differential eqns: fundamental system of solns.. Laplace transform. Work-Energy theorems. gradient. Euler’s Method. Coupled Pendulum. potential. Linear Eqns. Sturm comparison Thm. Gyroscope..y)geometrical interpretation of solution. Central forces. Solutions for 1 dimensional equation of motion in various forms. Numerical Methods for Laplace and Poisson’s eqn. Study of collisions on an Air Track.. reducible to separable form. Fourier Series and Integrals. Spring Oscillation Apparatus. Electromagnetic Induction. Power Series Method . Waves: Motion in Non-inertial frames. Picard’s Thm. Prism Spectrometer.MTH 203 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] MATHEMATICS . integrating factor. Fraunhofer Diffraction using He-Ne laser. constraint equations. Torsional Pendulum.. Wronskian and general soln of nonhomogeneous eqns.

planes and objects. bound currents and bound pole densities. Boundary conditions on.M. method of images. Displacement current. bound charges. Born interpretation. Sand casting. Maxwell’s equations in Media.* Photons. Magnetic field H. Reflection and transmission at normal incidence from dielectric and metal interfaces. electrostatic potential and Curl of E. auxillary views. Electric displacement and boundary conditions. para and diamagnetism. 30 TA 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-1-[4] TA 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-6-0-[5] . Motion of charges in electric & magnetic fields. Hot & cold working. Shell. polarization and types of polarization. Schrodinger-Equation and application to 1-D box problem. Introduction to computer graphics. Common bulk deformation processes (Rolling. Work and energy in electrostatics. Electron diffraction experiments. true lengths and shapes. Space geometry. Casting defects. Forging. INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Introduction to Manufacturing. B and H Faraday’s law. Chip formation and generation of machined surfaces. Machine part assemblies. force and torque on dipoles. E. Principles of dimensioning. Magneto-statics: Current Density. Basic concepts of plastic deformation. plane waves. waves. Continuous casting. Importance of manufacturing. Electrostatics. magnetization. perpendicularity and intersections of lines and planes. Linear dielectrics. properties of parallelism. Waves: Wave equation. investment & centrifugal casting processes. ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Orthographic projections. Ampere’s law and applications. Magnetic susceptibility.M. Relativistic transformations of E B fields (simple illustrations only).and Coriolis forces. Energy in magnetic field. Ferro. Diffraction. sectional views. force on dielectrics. Conservation of Angular Momentum and elementary rigid body dynamics. Laplace’s Equation and (first) uniqueness theorem. Metal Forming. Machining. multipoles (introduction). Quantum Mechanics. Extrusion and Drawing). De Broglie Hypothesis. lines and planes. Curl and divergence of B. PHY 103 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] PHYSICS-II Vector Calculus. Poyntings Theorem. Energy and momentum of plane E. Uncertainty Principle. Gauss law and applications. Tool geometry. simple intersections of solids and development of lateral surfaces of simple solids. Magnetism as a relativistic phenomenon. Fundamentals of casting. Casting. Historical perspective. lines. Common sheet metal forming processes. Special Theory of Relativity. Permanent mold casting including pressure die casting. Engineering materials. Propagation through linear media and conductors. Isometric views. Polarization. Classification of manufacturing processes.

Modern Trends in Manufacturing. ECM. Fundamentals of welding & classification of welding processes. Manufacturing of Polymer and Powder Products. 31 . blow molding. CHM. hardening and tempering. Sintering. Green compacts from powders including slip casting of ceramics.tool material. Finishing processes. Gas and arc welding. Heat Treatment. Grinding processes. tool wear and practical machining operations (turning. Introduction to extrusion. UCM. annealing. Welding & Other Joining Processes. injection molding. Adhesive bonding. normalizing. Introduction to unconventional machining processes (EDM. Brazing and soldering. Classification of polymers. LBM) etc. Principles of heat treating. milling and drilling). Mechanical fastening.. compression and transfer molding .

3 Semester II DES 6034 DES 6825 DES 699 OE Theory1 Project -I3 Practice -II4 Thesis (4 Units)6 Thesis (8 Units)7 Thesis (16 Units)8 6 Semester III DES 6997 TE Semester IV DES 6998 DES One DES One Two 602 elective 682 elective Electives Design Practice -I2 (4 Units) Design Project -II5 (4 Units) (8 Units) 160 . M.DES. The Programme acts as a hub which fosters interactivity among students.Des. is conceived as a centre for creative minds. Candidates with a undergraduate background of engineering. but also it facilitates the "concepts to function" transition. which stimulates the students to bring in synthesis of varied knowledge domains for creative problem solving.) PROGRAMME Semester I DES 6011 DES 6022 DES 681 OE DES DES DES DES DES DES 601 681 603 699 699 699 Design Design Design M. STRUCTURE OF THE (M. The students. are taught to address social issues by developing and providing innovative design solutions through a multi-disciplinary approach. M. jayanta 7220 7858 DESIGN CONSULTANTS Sen Susmit Raghuram V Chatterjee A 7824 7024 7615 4060 4030 VISITING FACULTY Shatarupa T. Roy kppatil 7616 8642 stroy 6611 7913 Kulkarni Anjali K KKS Pandiyan sens vraghu achat anjalik klandian 7442 7434 7170 7995 8431 7380 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Bhattacharya B Bhushan Braj Jha Munmua Roy Satyaki bishakh brajb mjha satyaki LECTURER Koumudi P.Des.DESIGN PROGRAMME PROFESSORS Dhande SG (Head) sgd Chatterjee Tel Nos : +91-512-2594060/6617 Design Programme at IIT Kanpur. faculty and industry to create a complete learning experience. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: Bhattacharya B Satyaki Ray Satyaki Roy bishakh satyaki satyaki 7824 4060 4060 6617 6617 E-mails : satyaki@iitk. Patil through their practical projects. DUGC : Convenor. Not only it encourages new and radical concepts. design or architecture are eligible for the programme.

COURSE DESCRIPTION DES 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] DESIGN THEORY Design Philosophy. Space and Texture. 2D and 3D Form Analysis. Theory of Colour. Inter-personal Skills. Subject of Colour. Intelligent Product Design. DES 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DESIGN PRACTICE-I Stages of a Product and Concurrent Engineering. Colour and Texture in 2-D and 3D surface. architecture and graphic design : Photography : Design and performing art : Art and perception : Methodology of criticism and appreciation. Introduction to Electronics. Studio: Form. Case studies. Decision Making. Economic Considerations. Product of Static and Dynamic Societies. through Group Discussion. Creating Forms.. Interpersonal Skills. Robust Design. Addressing Failures and Courage to Create. Human Experience in Design. Art Design & Society. product design. Operation of Rapid Tooling and Prototyping Instruments. Design of Products with Embedded Sensors etc. Coupled. Decision Making. Product Design and Developments. Design Principles. Specifications and Constraints. Simulation in CAED. Books and Journals Review. History of Design. Design of Embedded Systems. Colour Aesthetics. DES 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] 161 . Design Paradigm. Material Experimentation. Rapid Prototyping & Tooling. Laboratory: 2D-3D Modeling. Model Building. Construction Technique. Art (aesthetics) in ID. Innovation. Introduction to Control. Micro and Macro Designs. Surface Modeling. Electronics Signal Processing. Indian Tradition and Products. Mechatronics. DES 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] CREATIVE VISUALIZATION Theory: Art movements and design : Principles of style in art. Colour Aesthetics. Representation of 3D Shapes. Solid Modeling. Configuration Optimisation. Geometrical Transformations. Product Analysis and Ergonomics. Laboratory on Problem Formulation. Design Elements. Incubation. Decoupled and Uncoupled designs. etc. Development of Simple Sensors and Actuators. Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems. Strength and Stiffness of Structural Elements and Mechanisms. Problem Formulation. Sensors and Actuators. DESIGN PRACTICE-II Construction of Forms.

Analysis and a general approach to the criticism of film and television media. Approach and methods in these forms of media productions.Studio: Short workshops. lights. Overview of the digital media arts field with an emphasis on technological developments and their integration in art research and production. projects. and field trips in the above mentioned areas (photography. The proposed course would offer students the opportunity to acquire a range of transferable and practical skills in film and television productions. practical exercises and a final project. Visual Forms & Concepts. DES 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-4-0-[4] 162 . DES 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-4-0-[4] 2D AND 3D VISUAL DESIGN The objective of this course is to make a complete realization of visual language through theoretical knowledge and practical exercises in the related domain of 2D and 3D Design applications. Visual Grammar. stage craft. Classes would be supplemented with viewing a range of productions. shape. Students would be introduced to contemporary and historical directions. Application in Visual Design. individual and group critiques. key concepts and methodologies through seminar lectures. script writing. Design and Development of Form. form. Some of the topics that will be dealt with are . Communication through Visual Modes of Application. line and texture. product development) to emphasize visualization powers in an attempt to build a personal vision. editing. Concise and brief history of motion pictures. Visual Perception and Analysis. DES 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-4-[4] ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPAL OF DESIGN The course intends to develop the following areas(i) Elements of Design. The course will also include short workshops supported by specialized professionals in the related fields. TOPICS IN MOTION PICTURES Topics in motion pictures require a combined practical and theoretical approach for realizing the creative media in its totality. research presentations. Each elenment is to be examined theoretically along with studio exercises and evaluated through consumer products (2D & 3D). presentations. color.Types of 2D and 3D Visual Media. film making.value. demonstrations and practical exercises to explore traditional and modern methods and explore both technical and creative approaches to the medium.

space analysis For Visual communication form will ne explored in the context of conceptcommunication and the application of information theory to visual structures. Students are required to develop products. Students are expected to develop knowledge and practical skill through theoretical and practical training. Recall of forms Tensile design Motion and form.Analysis of principles of form in relation with society study of evolution of forms in products 2D and 3D space analysis Dominant . pattern. Each assignment will complete the design process and its various stages from conceptualization. Studio: Form development assignments in both Product and visual communications will deal with the evolution of form in relation with exploration and function. The course proposes to develop through understanding of the elements and principles of design and their co-relationship. comparative studies.making. and balance on the basis of Design Elements. 163 . The course will explore various bases for creative visualization like Fantasy. ergonomic and market behavior towards forms. exploration. Various visual structures and alternative display formats wiill be explored through the assignments. The course intends in developing understanding on the above issues and executes projects to examine elements and principles of design.sub dominant . emphasis. This will include case studies of advertisement campaigns like Amul Silk . DES-625 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] STUDIES IN FORM AND STYLE Theory : Form envelops and assists function and in the process creates a ‘network of values’ that is termed as Style. Metaphors. Light. rhythm. give seminars and submit research paper on chosen topics. ‘Studies in form and style’ concerns the conceptualization. and development of form and style in both product design and Visual commnication. The course evaluates patterns of aesthetic.cunt etc. Cultural connotations and Bionics in the context of form. and usability issues to market trends as related to the study of Form. From analysis .(ii) Principal of Design would evaluate contrast.subordinate relationship. movement. unity. The study of the design process will help in understanding the shifts between analytical and creative phases in different stages of design that is conceptualizattion and manufacturability gaps.

products. Competitive Design performance Management for the Design Business over the Life Cycle. wearable. Problem Based ideation. Cultural Growth and Cultural Integration . CULTURE AND SOCIETY Understanding the Dynamics of Indian Society : Social Units and Institutions. the knowledge acquired and the insights delivered. Fieldwork. and consider the evaluation process of design in terms of usability and emotional factors and propose solutions for the ease of use in physical or virtual products or a system. knowledge and insight layers . Cultural Practices. Visual DES 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] DES 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] 164 . Role of Design within Societal Structure and Cultural Framework and Understanding Users. Cultural Adaptations. generate interactive scenarios and strategies. services. Indigenous Design Culture : Proletarian Design Innovations. DES 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] INTERACTION DESIGN Interaction Design defines behavioral pattern and builds the performance level of technical. Networks and Collaboration for Design Innovation and cultural Industries. Cultural triangulation-how observation. digging and refining the data. Exploring Culture : Attributes. environmental. biological and organizational systems i. Creative Problem solving. spaces and services are concieved taking into consideration the different design concerns as well as by exploiting Information and Communication Technogy (ICT) potentialities as term projects. Ethnographic Study.The course is envisaged in collaboration with assignments from the industry wherever possible in which the primary work will take place in the Lab and the critical evaluatiion in the industry. scoping. software. Strategy and Organization for the Creative Business. interrogation and intuition add the key and core vital layer to understanding the data assessed. Students are expected to collect information through user research following the various user research methodologies.e. DESIGN. The behavior or the "interaction" of a manufactured article or a scheme in response to its user-group is the primary concern of this topic in design. User Experience Design : UE Research Tecniques. Trend Mapping : Research Methodologyassessing. and even organizations themselves to name a few. The course requires extensive field study for usability and market trends. information. and Perspective on Design trends. Interactive objects. Methods of cultural Inquiry : Comparative Methods. environments. Quantitative sampling. Market Innovation and Brands. MANAGEMENT OF DESIGN AND INNOVATION Identification of Opportunities and the creative mind. design stressing upon behaviour as well as form. mobile devices.

Visual Image Design. Methodology for Critical Thinking in the context of Art Appreciation. HCI. Composition and Media Art. Studio Projects. 2-0-3-0-4 Lectures and Workshops on Various Topics in Design like Ergonomics. Design Management. DES. Sustainable Design through Practical Exercises. GUI. Product Simulation. DESIGN PROJECT-I Introduction to Graphics. Field Trips. Package Designing.Theory & Practice. Auto Design. Product styling. M. Role of Art and Artist in Socio Cultural Framework. Print Making. Information design. Role of Design in ICT. Introduction to Multimedia Application. DESIGN PROJECT-II Manufacturability Studies. Human Computer Interface Design (HCI). Usability & User-centric Design. Human factors in Ergonomics Design.and trend mapping techniques turning insights into market strategies. Understanding Visual Culture –Historical and Global Perspective. DES 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL ART APPRECIATION Contemporary Art. Embedded products. THESIS DES 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] DES 682 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] DES 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] DES 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[4] DES 699 165 . Film appreciation. TOPICS IN DESIGN. Introduction to Style. Media Communication. Packaging Design. Art and its implications –Society & Culture. Introduction to Graphics Software. Graphic Design and Typography. etc. Communication in Visual Arts. Using forecasting to develop products and new brand directions. Ergonomics. Axiomatic Design. SPECIAL STUDIES / PROJECT COURSE IN DESIGN Cognitive Design. Animation. Material Exploration. Introduction to CAD Application. Principles and Norms of Art. User Consumer Interaction Study. Design Management. Relative studies in diverse cultural expressions. Aesthetics and Forms.

programme in Electrical Engineering. Tech. those in the final four semesters are electives. Das abiswas sumesh spdas 7319. The 172 . beginning in the sixth the department offers a 4 year B.DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Bansal RK Biswas A Chaturvedi AK Das SP Das U Dutta A Ghosh AK Gupta Sumana John J Joshi A Kalra PK (Head) Mazhari B Qureshi S Sachidananda M Sharma G Singh SN rkb akc spdas utpal aloke anjn jjohn ajoshi kalra baquer qureshi sachi govind 7075 7137 7613 7106 7150 7661 7105 7088 7233 7810 7924 7339 7131 7922 7154 7063 7625 7299 7133 7034 Gupta Nandini Hedge RM Mishra SK Potluri RP Sensarma P ngupta rhegde 7511 6248 7733 7360 abiswas 7319 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Behera L Singh YN Harish AR Iyer SSK Vasudevan K Venkatesh KS lbehera ynsingh arh sskiyer vasu venkats 7198 7944 7569 7820 7109 7468 sumana 7310 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Banerjee A adrish 7991 santanum 6249 potluri 6093 snsingh 7009 sensarma 7076 Sinha RMK rmk (Joint appointment with CSE) Sircar P Srivastava SC Umesh S sircar scs EMERITUS FELLOW Arora R rarora 7665 7850 sumesh 7855 Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ At the UG level. P. 7137 7855 7106 E-mails : _____@iitk. Once the fundamentals underlying different areas of electrical engineering have been taught. students are free to specialise in areas of their interest. While most of the courses in the first four semesters are compulsory. DUGC : Convenor. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: A Biswas S Umesh S.

curriculum emphasises laboratory courses throughout. The rest are electives to be chosen in accordance with one's interests as well as thesis requirements. Research students are encouraged to generate their research problems through discussion with faculty both in and out of the classroom. The academic atmosphere is informal and this is borne out by the freedom the students have to discuss issues with the faculty members. In the Master’s programme. The postgraduate committee of the department plans the study programme for individual PG students. and Ph. Information Systems (including Signal Processing. Faculty advisors counsel students in choosing a course package out of a number of possibilities based upon his/her interest and background. Considerable flexibility is available in the selection of courses in PG programmes. The project in the final year. Programme in Electrical Engineering is presently available in the following broad areas: Systems. Tech. These are from the area of specialisation of the student. & M. Tech. Sponsored research and development activities are pursued in the Advanced Centre for Electronic Systems (ACES). The most important part of the doctoral programme is research culminating in a thesis. Tech. Certain number of courses out of the required total forms a package of compulsory courses. programmes in various areas of Electrical Engineering. Students can take up thesis problems which have relevance to these activities. 173 .B. Tech. the department offers M. VLSI & Display Technology.Tech. a student has to complete eight courses. Communications & Telecom Networks) Microelectronics. which is the R&D wing of the department. The research should represent an original investigation on the part of the student and is expected to make a significant contribution to knowledge in the subject. Work on problems of current relevance in Electrical Engineering involving latest technologies are carried out under these sponsored projects. D. They have the freedom to choose their thesis supervisors from among the faculty members of the department and sometimes even from outside the department. Power Electronics & drives and Control systems. which lays stress on independent design.) programme. Power and Controls (including Power Microwaves & Photonics. is a culmination of the skills imparted in the laboratory courses. At the PG level. thus enabling them to use some of the sophisticated facilities available in the Centre. The programme culminates in a thesis which is normally in the area of specialisation of the student and has to be defended before the end of the programme. Publications in good journals and international conferences are encouraged. The department also offers dual degree (B. Specialisation in the M.

CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.TECH. . Systems and Networks Introduction to Manufacturing Mathematics III Probability & Statistics Introduction to Electrical Engg. 174 . .II Science Elective Three courses out of the following four: Digital Signal Processing Microelectronics II Communication Systems Power Electronics Science Elective Open Elective Department Elective Department Elective Project-I EE 301 EE 311 EE 321 EE 360 SE OE DE DE EE 491 HSS DE Department Elective OE Open Elective OE Open Elective EE 492 Project . Microelectronics .I Open Elective Electromagnetic Theory Electrical Engineering Lab.I Control System Analysis Principles of Communication Power Systems Digital Electronics & Micro-processor Technology Electrical Engineering Lab. (DUAL DEGREE) STUDENTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING S FIRST SECOND PHY101 CHM101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC101 EE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 TA201 EE200 ESO202 OR ESO214 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO209 ESO210 EE210 EE250 E M FIFTH HSS-II-1 EE320 EE330 EE370 EE380 OE-1 E S SIXTH SE-1 EE340 EE381 3 OUT OF EE301 EE311 EE321 EE60 T E DEL-1 R EIGHTH OE-PG-3/ DEL-2 OE-PG-4 OE-PG-5 DEL-3 EE699 4 Credits SUMM. DE-PG-1 EE699 4 Credits EE699 12 Credits EE699 16 Credits NINTH TENTH SEVENTH C O U R S PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N TA101 ESC102 PE101 HSS-II-2 OE-PG-1 OE-PG-2 OE-PG-3/ CHM 201 Com-S 200 ESO 202 ESO 214 EE 200 TA 201 MTH 203 ESO 209 ESO 210 EE 210 EE 250 HSS EE 320 EE 330 EE 370 EE 380 HSS OE EE 340 EE 381 SE Chemistry Communication Skills Thermodynamics or Nature & Properties of Materials Signals.II Summer training and industrial tour are optional.-M.TECH.

Analog and digital filters. DFT Computation. HEMTs. EE 200 or # EE 250 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Linear feedback control systems. output stages. Advanced semiconductor devices: MESFETs.II Prereq. HBTs. quantization noise.Two port analysis. Current sources and active loads. impulse response and system functions. FIR and IIR systems. Filter design techniques. LTI systems: I/O description. Basic amplifier configurations. A/D and D/A conversion. Representation of deterministic and stochastic signals. Finite register length effects. pole/ zero plots. DSP hardware. Metal-semiconductor contacts. Applications. MICROELECTRONICS . describing function. Elements of information theory. Signal processing: D/A and A/ D converters. network theorems. I/O relationships. Non-linear electronic circuits. Bode diagrams. Sampling of CT signals: aliasing. p-n junction diodes. Analog and digital modulation systems. MICROELECTRONICS . phase-plane analysis. MODFETs. transfer function. Receiver structures. CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS Prereq. Noise in Electronic circuits. Root locus method. Stability and compensation. Sampling Theorem. Laplace and Z transform techniques. ESc 102 EE 210 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] I-V characteristics of BJTs and MOSFETs. Feedback system design. SNR and error probability calculations. EE 200 EE 320 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Communication problem and system models.I Prereq. BJTs. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. optoelectronic devices. limit cycles.EE 200 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SIGNALS. Non-linear systems. Frequency and time division multiplexing. prefiltering. MOSFETs. SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS Prereq. Feedback amplifiers. PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION Prereq. Fourier series. MOS capacitors. DFT. Fourier analysis of signals using DFT. 175 . Digital encoding of analog signals. perfor-mance analysis. Multiple access techniques and ISDN. ESc 102 Continuous and discrete time signals. Nicholas chart. Fourier. decimation and interpolation. Routh-Hurwitz and Nyquist stability criteria. frequency and time domain analysis. EE 210 EE 311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics of semiconductor physics. EE 200 EE 301 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of discrete time signals and systems. Networks: topological description. Op-amps.

POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. Source coding. Substation arrangements. EE 370 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 176 . Spread spectrum systems. filters. Reflection and refraction. Assembly language and bus signals of 8085. dual converters. Reactive power control. DMA and its controller. Arithmetic operations in integer and floating point systems. 8259 interrupt controller. ISI & channel equalization. POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & MICROPROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY Prereq. Fault Calcula-tions. MOS. sequence control. Design of synchronous sequential circuits. snubber circuits. Propagation in free space and in matter. interfacing between logic families. Radiation of EM waves. dc-dc converters. trellis coded modulation. switching loss. ESO 210 EE 330 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction to generation. Serial and parallel ports. inverters for induction heating and UPS. CMOS Inverters. Memory interfacing. ESc 102 EE 360 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[4] Power semiconductor devices: structure and characteristics. partial response signalling. reactive power compensators. Inverters: square wave and pwm types. ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY Prereq. interrrupts and their applications. various logic functions and their implementation. Power cables and lines . Controlled rectifiers: full/half controlled converters. Grounding in power systems. AC regulator circuits. Transmission lines. PLLs and FM threshold extension. 8253 timer. Error control coding. transmission and distribution systems. Energy in fields.parameter calculations. Combined modulation and coding. Bistable circuits . D and PLA. block and convolution codes. General micro-processor organisation.R-S. ASCII Code. Mathematical modelling of power systems. Guided EM waves.EE 321 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Prereq. EE 320 Information measures. PHY 103 EE 340 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Basics of Static electric and magnetic fields. Switchgear and protection. J-K. ESC 102 Analysis of digital logic families: TTL. plane EM waves. M-ary modulation systems. error probability calculations. Current and voltage relations of lines and cables. switching dc power supplies. Microprocessor based systems : Number systems. Maxwell’s equations.

EE 311 EE 415 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Bipolar and MOS technology. short-time Fourier transform. introduction to DSP architecture. uncertainity principle. Multi-resolution concept and analysis. Thermal oxidation of silicon. Metal semiconductor junctions. Mixed signal design issues. 2D sampling in arbitrary lattices. Lithography techniques. BiCMOS circuit design. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB I Prereq. ESc 102. circuits. Wigner-ville distributions. Analog delay lines. communications. MOS analog circuits-building blocks. control systems and machines. Tunnelling: Varactors and their application as parametric amplifiers and multipliers. Low power/voltage circuit design. subcircuits. opamps. IC transducers. EE 301 EE 381 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-2-6-0-[4] EE 403 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of linear algebra. Tunnel diode amplifiers. VLSI/ULSI process integration. S/H circuits. Physical and chemical vapor deposition techniques. EE 320 or #. Wavelet transforms. Ion implantation. Multi-rate signal processing. 177 . 2D-linear transforms. P-N junction. Noise figure calculations. EE 250 Experiments from various areas of electrical engineering with emphasis on electronic devices. and electromagnetics. Vacuum technology. Masers. Design aspects of low noise amplifiers and mixers. Fault diagnosis and characterization techniques. frequency scale and resolution. Voltage regulators. EE 210. functional analysis. EE 370 or #. Analog switches. time-frequency representation. Opto-electronic ICs and systems. Special function ICs. discrete-time bases and filter banks. Solid state diffusion. EE 380 Experiments from various areas of electrical engineering with emphasis on digital electronics. 1D/2D signal compression. SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES TECHNOLOGY Prereq. ESO 210. Switched capacitor circuits. EE 210 EE 413 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] Semiconductor materials. Noise in semiconductors.EE 380 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-2-6-0-[4] ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB Prereq. Ultraclean technology. ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. EE 311 EE 414 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Noise and its characterisation. drives and power systems. Noise in ICs. machines. LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN Prereq. 2D signals and systems. LOW NOISE AMPLIFIERS Prereq. Wet and dry etching. Schottky diode Mixers. EE 320. Single crystal growth.

their functions and control. hydro. Solar cells. Electromechanical energy conversion. EE 320 EE 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Baseband signal characterisation-telegraphy. ocean-thermal. Dielectrics used in HV and their properties. arithmetic blocks. Integrated optics. memory. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING Prereq. EE 210. dc and impulse voltages. field control. INTRODUCTION TO VLSI DESIGN Prereq. Synchronous machines including power system interfacing. EE 370 or # EE 417 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of MOS device operation. EE 340 LEDs. EE 330 Electromagnetic fields.EE 416 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] OPTO-ELECTRONICS combinational and sequential logic design. Avalanche and PIN photodetectors and their characteristics. thermal. EE 210. example of a chip design. switch and logic simulation. television and data. system design consideration. Generation and measurement of HV ac. logic synthesis. wind. tidal. ELECTRICAL MACHINES Prereq. General principle of AC machines. generators and excitation systems. Optical fibers and their characteristics. Non-destructive testing. intermodulation distortion : line of sight systems description and design. Induction machine including starting and speed control of motors. layout synthesis and test generation. FUNDAMENTALS OF HV ENGG & LABORATORY TECHNIQUES Prereq. message channel objective. geo-thermal. analysis and synthesis algorithms including circuit. packaging. fabrication and layout. POWER GENERATION. types of prime movers. 3-0-0-0-4 Prereq. semiconductor lasers. floor planning. voice frequency transmission. nuclear and gas power plants . design methodologies. HV bushings & insulators. ESO 210 EE 431 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Magnetic circuits and transformers including three-phase transformers. telephony. architecture design. Fiber optic communication systems. verification and testing. Economic considerations in power systems. troposcattrer systems. ESO 210 EE 432 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Power generation from conventional sources. Overvoltage phenomena & insulation coordination 178 EE 437 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[5] . wave and MHD. Standard voltage wave-forms. Alternate sources of power generation . radio wave propagation methods: random noise characterization in communication systems. modulation of laser sources.

Tracking radars. EE 250 EE 451 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Modelling of physical systems. critical frequencies. # EE 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Measurement process. state-space. radiation patterns. EE 320 EE 443 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Radar equation. TRANSDUCERS AND INSTRUMENTATION Prereq. magnetrons. PIN. Ambiguity function. point contact. Antenna arrays. SAR. tunnel. MTI delay line cancellors. Noise and Clutter. Interferometry and aperture synthesis. RADAR SYSTEMS Prereq. Electronic scanning radars. Description of radio sources. describing functions. effects of magnetic field. Sensitivity and error analysis. Reflector Antennas. MTI from moving platform. RADIO ASTRONOMY Prereq. Lyapunov stability. Computer control systems. MTI and pulse Doppler radar. Parametric amplifier masers. Radio astronomy fundamentals. Radar signal processing. ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. Co-ordinate systems. EE 340 EE 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Retarded potential.Tropospheric propagation. Antenna Measurements. Ground wave propagation. Concepts of state. Various types of antennas. EE 340 Active devices: LHTs. phase plane analysis. Structure of the universe. microwave cavity. Beam forming and Steering methods. Radio telescope Antennas.EE 441 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MICROWAVES Prereq. CW and Frequency Modulated Radars. Passive devices: ferrites & ferrite devices. BWOs. digital auto-correlation receivers. Sampled Data Systems. radiation from current element and dipole. TWTs. terrain and earth curvature effects. Electromagnetic wave propagation. impedance. on-off and dual mode systems. EE 340 EE 444 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamentals of astronomy. interferometers and multi-element arrays. microwave transistors. ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION Prereq. klystrons. sensing 179 . Radio astronomy receivers. and GUNN diodes. scales of measurement. scattering matrix impedance transformation and matching. singular points. low noise amplifiers. diffraction and scattering. Ionospheric Propagation-refractive index. General principles. Controllability and observability. performance characteristics. Nonlinear systems. Mono-pulse tracking in range/Doppler. fading. configuration and functional description of measurement systems. Microwave circuits-theory of guiding systems. reciprocity.

regularization of ill-posed problems. force. Algebraic and relational structures of signal spaces and convolutional systems. Levinson-Durban Algorithms Least Square Method. 0-0-0-9-3. invariance and groups. Adaptive Filtering. transducer interfacing. temperature. transmission and recording. EE480 The purpose of this course is to allow students to do new and challenging experiment in emerging areas of Electrical Engineering under the guidance of an assigned department faculty member.elements and transducers for measurement of motion. Interpolation and approximation by least squares and minimax error criteria. Groups in signals and systems. light. ADVANCED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 Prereq. generalized problems. EE 480 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] ADVANCED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1 Prereq. Wigner-Ville Distribution. flow. Kalman Filtering. Wavelet Analysis. Representation theory of groups. 0-0-0-15-5. signal conditioning. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq.. This would also facilitate the task of developing new experiments for EE380/381 as well. # EE 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Generalized inverses. Nonstationary Signal Analysis. Fourth Year Standing EE 491 PROJECT .I. This would also facilitate the task of developing new experiments for EE380/381 as well. EE492 Prereq. STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING I Power Spectrum Estimation-Parametric and Maximum Entropy Methods. Applications in various areas of signal processing. etc. 180 EE 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .II. Eigen and singular value decompositions. EE481 EE 481 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] The purpose of this course is to allow students to do new and challenging experiment in emerging areas of Electrical Engineering under the guidance of an assigned department faculty member. EE 491 EE 491 POST-GRADUATE COURSES EE 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES OF SIGNALS & SYSTEMS Prereq. pressure. Symmetry. Optimization techniques for linear and nonlinear problems. Wiener. vacuum. # Nature of definitions. Theory of measurement and scales. harmonic analysis and spectral theory for convolutional systems. PROJECT . microprocessor based instrumentation.

Continuous Wavelet Transforms. # Multirate Processing of discrete Time Signals. # EE 605 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Discrete and Continuous time signals and systems. Multi resolution Analysis. Difference equations. Convolution. Least square and minimum norm solutions. ISI. INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL ANALYSIS Prereq.speed. # Review of DSP fundamentals. linker and simulator. Key DSP hardware elements . Image analysis using multiresolution techniques. Sampling and reconstruction: Change of sampling rate. ARCHITECTURE AND APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS. Shifter. equalization. EE 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] WAVELET TRANSFORMS FOR SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq. orthogonality. Basics of Fourier Analysis. Address Generator. Signal Processing Applications. Nonstationary Processes. stochastic models for image representation. Frequency domain representation: Fourier transform and its properties. Symmetry transformations. VLSI Computing structures for Signal Processing. Orthogonal Digital Filter Systems. Eigenvectors and eigenvalues. image enhancement. linear-predictive coding. restoration & reconstruction. Row. 2-D systems. parallelism.EE 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED TOPICS IN DIGITAL FILTERING Prereq. band pass representations and complex envelope. quantization error. Over. linear independence. Null spaces.and Underdetermined systems. Normed vector spaces. ALU. cost.assembler. accuracy. Coherent and noncoherent detection. TimeFrequency representations. TMS 320C55 X and TM 320C6X and 21000 family architecture and instruction set. Random discrete signals. Applications using DSP Processor . Linear systems of equations. # Basics of functional Analysis. Image Processing Applications 181 . etc. FIR/IIR filter. Time-Frequency Localization. monochrome & colour vision models. Discrete Time-Frequency Transforms. pipelining. Issues involved in DSP processor design . Hilbert transforms. IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq. # EE 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Human visual system and image perception. Two-Dimensional Discrete Time Filters. Prereq.Multiplier. image coding. etc. Spectral Theory. etc. LTI systems. image sampling & quantization. image transforms. basis.spectral analysis. Inverse and pseudo inverse. Software development tools .and Column spaces. matched filtering. colour representation . Base band pulse transmission.

interface state density and DLTS. multilevel logic minimization using VIEWLOGIC tools. Array processing. model order selection. decoders. avalanche coefficients etc.ray and mode theories. # EE 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Analog MOS circuits. mobility. dispersion. # Essentially a lab course aimed at imparting basic measurement. # EE 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Speech and pathology of vocal tract/ cords. sample-and-hold circuits. Pisarenko. interfacing. 182 EE 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Modes of medical imaging. Digital building blocks . Gaussian beams. Manifestation of stochastic processes in physical electronics. ANALOG/DIGITAL VLSI CIRCUITS Prereq. barrier heights. DH and other lasers. Power coupling. stability and compensation. optical cavity. LDU-OR. Digital -to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital converters. switched-capacitor circuits. MOS memory circuits. least square estimation. Perpetual coding of audio signal and data compression. Instrumentation. MEASUREMENTS.g. FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS I Prereq. MOS C-V measuremets. Analog switches. Gate array.EE 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING II Prereq. Thermodynamic considerations. cardiac generator and its models. MOS inverters and gate circuits. Time-delay estimation. etc. Optical fibers . Spatio-temporal nature of bioelectric signals. op-amps. # Power Spectrum Estimation. analysis and software skills relevant to microelectronics. Signal Analysis with Higher order Spectra. cholesky. MUSIC. frequency and transient responses. SV decomposition. ESPRIT algorithms. multimode and single-mode fibers. transmission gates. LEDs.). Prony. SPICE simulation of complex CMOS gate. Experiments related to BJT DC characteristics. and PLA based designs. standard cell. Specific digital technique for bioelectric signals. # EE 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of semiconductor physics . # EE 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Stochastic variables of interest in physical electronics (e. diffusion constant. attenuation. PARAMETER EXTRACTION AND SLSI TOOLS IN MICROELECTROMICS Prereq. Transversal & reasnic least square lattice filters. logic simulation. FLUCTUATION PHENOMENA IN MICROELECTRONICS Prereq. P-I-N and APD detectors. BASICS OF BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq.multiplexers. Beam foming. full custom cell layout. shift registers.radiative recombination. splices and connectors. carrier concentration. G-R time. detector noise. potential.

Design of high frequency amplifiers and oscillators. Photonic Switching. Failure. Field Effect Transistors (JEFT. Large Scale Integration. # EE 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IC components . Anaysis and design of basic logic circuits. SONET and SDH. FDDI. Transport in low dimensional structures: HEMTs: Hetrojunction BJTs. Optical Amplifiers. occupation statistics. floor planning. Step recovery diodes. Line Coding. Gunn diodes. HEFT . SPICE and small-signal models. MESFET. RTD oscillators. reliability and yield of ICs. BSIM model. TRAPATTs. Computer simulation of ICs and layout design. MESFETs. Local area networks. Other semiconductor devices. Relevant issues related to physical design automation such as placement. MOSFET quantum theory of 2DEG. recombination kinetics. # EE 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fiber optic transmitter and receiver designs. charge control models. Linear ICs. photon statistics. velocity saturation and universal models. Intervalley scattering.Basic and universal models. second-order effects. HEMT). Mixer diodes. GaAs MESFET and GaAs ICs.Crystal structure of semiconductors. IMPATT diodes. Junction Transistors (BJT. contact). elements of device fabrication. Introduction to epitaxial growth for these structures. electrical properties. Multiplexing schemes. EE 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MODELLING Prereq. Link analyses. Resonant tunneling structures. band theory. # EE 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Emphasis on the synthesis based approach to VLSI Design. MOSFET.their characterization and design. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY Prereq. Schottky. HIGH FREQUENCY SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND CIRCUITS Prereq. Coherent optical communication systems. MESFET-Shockley. Fiber optic sensors and signal processing. # Models for metal-semiconductor contacts and heterojunctions.EE 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOLID STATE DEVICES I Prereq. HBT). Diodes (P-N junction. Solitons in optical fibers. Fault modeling and testing. High Voltage ICs. # Basic semiconductor physics. routing and 183 . VLSI SYSTEM DESIGN Prereq. gradual channel approximation. optical properties. avalanche process in semiconductors. FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS II Prereq. EE 614 Review of Semiconductor properties .

Kalman filtering. ML schemes. representation of narrow band signals. linear stochastic dynamical systems. 184 . majority logic decoding. Detailed coverage of HDLs and high level synthesis algorithms and issues. Diversity Combining. Second and third generation CDMA systems/standards. cyclic codes. Markov sequences. linear block codes. Synchronization. Digital Transmission over Bandlimited Channels. random processes. EE 621 Spread spectrum concept. source coding. Digital Modulation Schemes. Waveform estimation. INFORMATION & CODING THEORY Prereq. # EE 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Rate Distortion Theory. REPRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF RANDOM SIGNALS Prereq. Equalization. Basics of CDMA. Analog Modulation Schemes. variable length coding. Linear estimation problems. Cell coverage and capacity issues. Diversity techniques and Rake receiver. Convolutional codes. MAP. Fading Multipath Channels. random variables. EE 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] APPLICATION OF CDMA TO CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS Prereq. burst error-correcting codes. # EE 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of probability.compaction are covered. # EE 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Entropy and mutual information. matched filter. Transmission of signals through LTI systems. Multicarrier CDMA. Combinational & sequential logic synthesis issues and algotithms are discussed. Trellis Coded Modulation. Convolution and turbo codes. Applications of CDMA to cellular communication systems. Detection of signals in Gaussian noise. capacity cost functions. rate distortion function. Optimum/ Suboptimum Receivers. Wiener filtering. channel coding. KL and sampling theorem representations. DETECTION & ESTIMATION THEORY Prereq. discrete memoryless channels. Synchronization and demodulation issues. Basics of Cellular and Mobile communications. Signal Representation. ambiguity functions. BAYES. CDMA optimization issues. Channel Coding Theorems. MMSE. Estimation and detection with random sequences. # EE 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Classical Detection and Estimation Theory. sequential and probabilistic decoding. COMMUNICATION THEORY Prereq. Properties and generation of PN sequences. Cellular Mobile Communciation. Walsh and Harr functions.

stationary processes. continuity. TV Transmission. mixing conditions. Link calculations. cross point and memory requirements. Speaker Identification. Model-based recognition. Shannon-Millan-Breiman theorem. ergodic theorem. Joint coding and cryptography. Language modelling. TOPICS IN CRYPTOGRAPHY AND CODING Prereq. Orbital considerations. space & time division switching. Synthetic and coded speech quality assessment. Continuous time processes: Separability. DIGITAL SWITCHING Prereq. ergodicity. # Introduction. Earth Stations. FDMA. Satellite network modeling . CDMA. Selection of recognition unit. Load flow and stability studies. performance comparison. stochastic integral. SPEECH SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. SIMULATION OF MODERN POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. # EE 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Spectral and non-spectral analysis techniques. time division multiplexing. traffic Analysis. Ergodic Theory: Measure preserving transformations. Historical background and overall perspective. sequential analysis. blocking probabilities. public-key cryptosystems. 185 . indecomposability. Model-based coding techniques. # EE 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5] Modern power systems operation and control. authentication and digital signatures. key management. ISDN. FM analysis. static and dynamic modeling. Transponders. TDMA. Text analysis and text-to-speech synthesis. Noise reduction and echo cancellation. DES. Markov chainsasymptotic stationarity. Multiple access. Power system deregulation. measurability. # EE 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Network Architecture. Atmospheric effects. Codes as ideals in finite commutative rings and group algebras. # EE 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Martingale convergence theorem. Digital modulation.EE 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SATELLITE COMMUNICATION Prereq. Error control. Stream and block ciphers. EE 621 or equiv. Electromagnetic phenomenon. VSATs. stopping times. Launching. # EE 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Cryptography and error control coding in communication and computing systems. Insulation and partial discharge. models for circuit and packet switched systems. TOPICS IN STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. digital switching.

Margin prediction. Control area. Forward and Future market. Deregulation in Asia including India. Trading arrangements (Pool. ageing studies.EE 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM STABILITY Prereq. state estimation. composites and novel materials. Operation and control: Old vs New. EE 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELECTRICAL INSULATION IN POWER APPARATUS AND SYSTEMS • Properties of dielectrics and breakdown mechanisms . bilateral & multilateral). insulators for outdoor applications. ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT UNDER RESTRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT Preq. Voltage stability: P-V and Q-V curves. Motivations for Restructuring the Power industry. loss formula. Independent System Operator (ISO): Functions and responsibilities. Issues in design of insulators and insulator systems. Dynamic analysis. Generation and measurement of testing Voltages –DC. # Detailed machine modeling. local and global bifurcations. introduction to mathematical programming. Available Transfer Capability. # EE 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Economic load dispatch. California model. impulse and pulsed. # Fundamentals of deregulation: Privatization and deregulation. Stability of AC-DC systems. Congestion management. excitation systems and PSS. sensitivity and continuation method. Ancillary services. Overvoltages and insulation coordination in transmission networks. static analysis. hydrothermal scheduling systems. Modeling of turbine-generator and associated systems. AC. power system security. energy control center. optimal real and reactive power dispatch. Open Access Transmission Systems. Restructuring models and Trading Arrangements: Components of restructured systems. Wheeling charges and pricing: Wheeling methodologies. load frequency control. Transient stability and small signal stability for large systems. ECONOMIC OPERATION & CONTROL OF POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. Bidding strategies. • • • • 186 . pricing strategies. Testing and Evaluation : Procedures and standards. Australian and New Zealand models. Different models of deregulation: U K Model. SSR and system modeling for SSR studies.

static relays.Mechanism of active and reactive power flow contro. ADVANCED ENGINEERING ELECTRO MAGNETICS Prereq. System static performance improvement with FACTS controllers. Green’s function approach. # Advanced protective relaying. Lab demonstrations • EE 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HVDC TRANSMISSION AND FLEXIBLE AC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Prereq. breakdown mechanisms. HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING BEHAVIOUR OF DIELECTRICS Prereq. space charge charge measurements. converter circuits and their analysis. Eigenvalue problem. distance relaying schemes. DC link controls. Basic FACTS controllers: SVC. relays as comparators. ageing of solids. # EE 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Transmission line theory. Generalised scattering matrix and planar circuit approach. breakdown characteristics of gases. STATCOM. gas insulated systems. relay terminology. COMPUTATIONAL ELECTRO-MAGNETICS Prereq.line and off. Guiding structures. liquids and solids. liquids and gases. faults and abnormal operation and protection. new types of relaying criteria. etc. None General aspects of DC transmission. matrix calculus. conformal mappings. streamer and leader processes. UPFC. # EE 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of complex variables.• • On.line condition monitoring of sub-station equipment. System dynamic performance improvement with FACTS controllers EE 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED PROTECTIVE RELAYING Prereq. Wave propagation and polarization parameters. avalanche. effects of corona. dielectric spectroscopy. Scattering media. digital protection. differential relaying systems. intrinsic and practical strengths of dielectrics. Green’s function and integral transform techniques. arcs. Advances in measurement and diagnostic technologies : partial discharge monitoring. TCPAR. # EE 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Electric fields and their numerical estimation. protection of multiterminal lines. Variational formulation. special problems. Sturm Liouville equation. application of solid state devices. FEM. Modeling of FACTS Controllers. reflection and transmission 187 . TCSC. basic protection schemes.

PHOTONIC NETWORKS AND SWITCHING Prereq. MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS AND DESIGN Prereq. MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE ICS Prereq. time division multiplexing. slot radiators. SONET / SDH. Optical Networks: Conventional optical networks. waveguides. Single channel networks. Topologies.Wavelength division multiplexing. TTFR and TTTR. FTFR. Multiaccess protocols for WDM networks. Optical networks management issues. pattern synthesis. spectrum analyser and noise figure 188 . Soliton based networks. dipole. Relational and non-relational switching devices. Multichannel networks. GaAs MESFET fabrication devices. Basics of mobile wireless communications. antenna theorems and definitions. High electron mobility transistor. cavity resonators. IEEE 802. scanning antennas. Design issues. HIPPI etc. All-optical subscriber access networks. Geometric theory of diffraction. Wavelength routed networks and other special topics. Smart antenna array configurations. code division multiplexing. # EE 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] Experiments in basic microwave measurements. Single hop networks. Source localization problem. # EE 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Statistical signal processing concepts. DQDB. SMART ANTENNAS FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS Prereq. FCS.3. Radio-frequency signal modeling and channel characterization. self and mutual impedances. aperture antennas. # Vector potential. # EE 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Optical communications: Introduction to basic optical communications and devices. Fundamental limits on optical switching elements.across an interface. Multiple access optical networks. Optical amplification in all-optical networks. Switching architectures. FDDI. EE 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ANTENNA ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS Prereq. travelling wave antennas. Joint angle and delay estimation. antenna measurements. Switched optical networks. Smart antennas and generalized array signal processing. signal processing antennas. EE 340. EE 210 EE 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] Scattering parameters of n-ports. wedges. Multihop networks. Heterojunction bipolar transistor fabrication and modeling. Free-space optical switching. NMIC technology and design. loop. passive and active circuit characterization using network analyser. Optical multiplexing techniques . scattering by cylinders. multi-conductor lines. Spatial light modulator. coupled lines. Conductor and dielectric losses in planar transmission lines. Optical frequency division multiplexing. array theorems. spheres etc. Optical switching: Motivation. FTTR. discontinuities. Mobile communication systems with smart antennas.

Canonical forms. Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR). Bendixson’s theorem. slot line. Controllability. Magnetostatic fields. active circuits using semiconductor devices and tubes.meter. Robust control. passive circuits. filters.processing. steady currents . phase-plane analysis. EE 340 Transmission lines for microwave circuits. stability theorems. Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) control. post. Minimal realization. Digital systems. EE 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MICROWAVE CIRCUITS Prereq. microstrip. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Prereq. Hinfinity control.. impedance transformers. hybrids. permanent Magnest. variable-gradient technique 189 . modeling of moving parts . Minimum energy principle. waveguides. integration of measurement and design of microwave circuits. Lyapunov stability. shape functions. Linear systems. Observability. Phase-plane analysis. microwave circuit design principles. THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS • • Introduction : Review of Electromagnetic Theory. Lyapunov theorem. similarity transformations. Poinca’re theorems. finite Element Modeling : Conductive media. PC based automated microwave measurements. electric field. Introduction to the Finite Element Method using electrostatic fields : Galerkin ‘s method of weighted residuals. stripline. Laboratory : Matlab and Femlab simulation EE 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] • • EE 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BASICS OF MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. Realisability etc. scalar and vector potentials . eddy current problems. Loop Transfer Recovery (LTR).processing. Electromagnetic fields. EE 451 EE 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Describing function. solvers. isoparmetric elements. Poincare’s Index. Nonlinear systems. isolators etc. Circle and Popov criterion. Calculation of capacitance. modeling of electrical circuits. # Vector spaces. detection and measurement of microwave signals. electric forces from the potential solutions. Linearization. Finite Element Concepts : Pre. meshing.

Kalman and Wiener filters. Linear functionals and operators. OPTIMAL CONTROL Prereq. statement of Lur’e problem. ML and Minimax estimates. Kalman’s optimality condition. Structures and properties of optimal systems. Compensator design by root locus. stability. Partially characterised systems. Singular values . Conditions for optimality. Infinite dimensional inner product. error coefficients and frequency response. Filtering. Z-transform. complete 190 . state estimation. Markov chains & processes. Kalman filtering. robustness and sensitivity. Optimal control in presence of uncertainty. Parameter estimation. # EE 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Discrete-time signals and systems. Eigenvalues and eign vectors. circle criterion. input-output stability. application in stability. Robustness of discrete time LQR systems. # EE 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5] Linear multivariable control systems. robustness to time delay and nonlinearity. EE 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LINEAR STOCHASTIC DYNAMI-CAL SYSTEMS Prereq. prediction & smoothing. Synthesis of regulators and terminal controllers. Popov criterion. variational calculus approach. Solutions of H2 and Ha problems. Least squares. Kharitonov theorem robustness. complete spaces. Stable factorization approach for solving stabilization problem. EE 621 Wiener processes. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. State-space models of discrete time systems. EE 650 EE 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic mathematical concepts. DIGITAL CONTROL Prereq. observability. pulse transfer functions. Pontryagin’s maximum principle and Hamilton Jacobi-Bellman theory. Robust stabilization. controllability. Minimum time problems. error bounds. Minimum variance. Equivalence of internal and external stability of feedback control systems and the stabilization problem. CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN Prereq. ROBUST CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. sensitivity function. # EE 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Linear Quadratic Regulators: return ratio & difference. Various types of constraints. # EE 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Real and complex Euclidean spaces. Gain/phase margins.and Krasovskii’s method for generating Lyapunov functions. Feedback system design. Effect of noisy components on optimal control law. Characterization of Linear regulation. graph topology and graph metric. singular solutions.

PWM inverters. buck. Power quality conditioners. Basic Principles of Inference in Fuzzy Logic.orthognal representations. Uncertainity. Fuzzy Sets and Systems. probability theory. Probability. Fuzzy to crisp conversions. pivoting eigenvalue and eigen vector calculations. stochastic processes. Fuzzyifications/ DeFuzzification. Crisp and Fuzzy Relations. Tap changers and phase shifters. height. synchronous link converters. Possibility Distributions as Fuzzy Sets. # EE 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] State space modeling and simulation of linear systems. Fuzzy relations. GTO and MCT: AC-DC Converters. POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS IN POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. Fuzzy Systems as Universal Approximators. Fuzzy Events. Canonical Form. Imprecision and Vagueness. singleton. Numbers. Graphical Techniques of Inference. Errors solutions to systems of linear equations. Non linear equations. conventional controllers using small signal models. SVD. Fuzzy sets. cuk. Cartesian Product. Unified power flow controller (UPFC) and Interline power flow controller. a-cut projections). Classical logic and Fuzzy logic. Basic Concepts (support. resonant converters. # Introduction. LOGIC & SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS Prereq. Fuzzy IF-THEN Rules. # EE 660 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Power semiconductor devices. Approximate Reasoning. Liguistic variables and hedges. concepts. moments and statistics of multiple variables. active filters. Membership function design. Controlled rectifier and energy storage plants. Foundation of Fuzzy Theory. MOSFET. Variable 191 . Types of Membership Functions. Design options. Examples. Fuzzy set operations. Additive Fuzzy Systems (standard additive model). boost. BJT. flyback configuration. BASICS OF POWER ELECTRONICS CONVERTERS Prereq. Thyristor controlled VAR compensation and series compensation. Mathematical background of Fuzzy Systems. Vectors and the extension principle. Properties of Fuzzy sets. Modern (synchronous link converter) VAR compensators. Representation of Fuzzy sets.Norms. Forms of Fuzzy Implication. Fuzzy arithmetic. Sets as Points in Hypercube. Possibility vs. Research Fields in Fuzzy Theory. random variables. # EE 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics of flexible AC transmission systems. Forced communication. Fuzzy Measures. buck-boost. Brief history of Fuzzy logic. Power electronics in power generation. Classical (Crisp) vs. Fuzzy Systems and Algorithms. Fuzzy System Design and its Elements. CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. Membership Functions. EE 658 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FUZZY SET. Classical sets and Fuzzy sets. distribution functions. Fuzzy Systems in Commercial Products. Classical Relations. S-and T. MS estimations. Matrix inversion. Fuzzy control. IGBT. Fuzzy systems. DC-AC converters. Fuzzy Inference Engines. Discrete time models.

Scalar and vector control of induction motor. Two computational pradigms. Industrial drives. Soft switching converters: DC-DC resonant link inverters. Switched reluctance motor drive. Hysteresis controllers. structural 192 . inverters and cyclo-converters etc. COMPUTER VISION AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING Prereq. Self controlled synchronous motor drive. Hybrid resonant link inverters. Pattern recognition. NEURAL NETWORKS Prereq. # Machine modeling. Multilevel inverters. slip power recovery. Vector control of synchronous motor. Statistical. DC. Application of neural nets. Synchronous link converters. Image segmentation. Labeling. simulation of transients. SPECIAL TOPICS IN POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. Output and state feedback switching controllers EE 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODELING AND SIMULATION OF POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Prereq. Neural network simulators. AC Drives: Operation of induction and synchronous motors from voltage and current inverters. braking & speed control of dc and ac motors. Multi-layer networks. ADVANCED ELECTRIC DRIVES Prereq. Permanent magnet drives.structure control. Neutral point controlled inverters. Image reprentation and modelling. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRIC DRIVES Prereq. # EE 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Human and computer vision. induction motor and synchronous machines. and MATLAB-SIMULINK. Learning in neural nets: Supervised and unsupervised learning. # EE 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PWM inverters. Brushless DC motor drive. # EE 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Motor load dynamics. Quasi resonant link converters. pump drives using ac line controller and self-controlled synchronous motor drives. PSPICE. simulation tools: SABER. starting. Line and edge detection. Switched mode rectifiers. Auto-associative and hetero-associative nets. DC drives: converter and chopper control. Direct torque and flux control of induction motor. # EE 665 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Closed loop control of solid state DC drives. # EE 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Theory of representation. Simulations of converters.

framing. GSM Systems. instruction sets. KNOWLEDGE BASED MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS Prereq. logic. pipelining and RISC principles. Prereq. # and correction. Micro-programming and use of AMD 2909 micro-sequencer in sequential circuits. Robotic version. ARQ strategies. Synchronous & asynchronous sequential circuits. script. Sensors and transducers. Discussions on architectures.RS 232C. Third Generation Cellular. analysis of important media access control protocols. EE 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL. # Introduction to Mobile Radio networks. frames.neural and hybrid techniques. Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). queueing theory. TDMA/CDMA Techniques. Propagation Effects. Laboratory based experiments and projects with these devices. Networking methods and their applications in instrumentation. Interfacing signal conditioning. state-space techniques. physical layer. Role of knowledge. modelling and and DQDB MAC routing. VXI. EE 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS OSI model. channel description and analysis. media access layer. error detection data link layer. Training & classification. SCXI. RS 485. RS 422. semantic networks. 193 . Document analysis and optical character recognition. network layer. MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS Prereq. flow control & protocols. object recognition. ATM. FDDI protocols for LANs and MANs. EE 370 Combinational circuit design. PXI. memory hierarchies. IEEE 488. Course Project involving extensive programming is compulsory. and reliable design. Signal analysis techniques. MC68000 and Power PC 601. Production system. Mobile Satellite Communication. Scene matching & analysis. Applications in robotic vision and processing of documents. Cellular Systems. Issues related to fault detection.2. Wireless ATM. Architectures. RS 423. serial interfacing . CAMAC. object oriented and ANN models. implemen-tation using programmable logic devices & field programmable gate arrays. natural languages and speech. Technologies. # EE 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Knowledge representation. EE 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN Prereq. fault tolerance. TCP/IP EE 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Architecture of advanced Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Prereq. Specific details of MC68HC11. EE 370 Introduction to the general structure of advanced microprocessors and microcontrollers.

Learning: Supervised and Unsupervised nets. modelling & analysis of M/M-/. Instruction sets. axons. # EE 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of probability and stochastic processes. advantages. Priority queues. Markov chains. role of Na+ K+ AT Pase and resting potentials. Virtual instrumentation (VI). Data acquisition methods. PCMICA buses. Peripheral controllers. Fluid-flow and diffusion approximations.Combinational and sequential circuits. DMA operation. Neural nets for technical applications: Bidirectional Associative Memories. QUEUEING SYSTEMS Prereq. Hamming's Model and comparision of number of weights. synaptic junctions and transmission of action potentials. Wavelet nets. Basic microprocessor architecture. Boltzmann machine. Work conservation principle. Explicit and Implicit memories. Parallel /serial I/O. VIs and Sub-VIs. Reversibility. PCI. its use as CAM. PC hardware. Radial Basic. Function nets. Cellular Neural Nets and Fuzzy nets. Thesis Ph. Stability of Hopefield net. Hopfield's Model of Associative Memories. Tech. DAQ hardware. # Memory: Eric Kandel’s momery and its physiological basis. Essentials of a microcomputer system. Analog I/O. a bioinstrumentation scheme for its measurement. dendrites. Consciousness and its correlation with respiratory sinus arrythmia.queues. INTELLIGENT INSTRUMENTATION Introduction. Method of stages. data flow and graphical programming techniques. Operating system. 2-0-3-4 Prereq. Neural systems: Different types of neurons. its comparison with Kandel's model. Little’s theorem. Courses contents will be decided by the instructor EE 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] EE 698 EE 699 EE 799 M. USB. Queues with vacations. Machine cycles. EE 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] NEURAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS. Number systems. Learning Methods. Interrupt structures. Arithmetic circuits using SSI/MSI chips. ISA. Burke’s Theorem. Structure. Logic families. Short Term and Long Term potentiation (STP and LTP). (SAMs). D.1 and Special Topics in Electrical Engineering. Analysis of M/G/1 queues. Instrumentation buses. IEEE 488. Thesis 194 . Queues served in cyclic order.

those in the final four semesters are Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ At the UG level. DUGC : Convenor. The 172 . 7137 7855 7106 E-mails : _____@iitk. Das abiswas sumesh spdas 7319. students are free to specialise in areas of their interest. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: A Biswas S Umesh S. beginning in the sixth semester. P. Once the fundamentals underlying different areas of electrical engineering have been taught.DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Bansal RK Biswas A Chaturvedi AK Das SP Das U Dutta A Ghosh AK Gupta Sumana John J Joshi A Kalra PK (Head) Mazhari B Qureshi S Sachidananda M Sharma G Singh SN rkb akc spdas utpal aloke anjn jjohn ajoshi kalra baquer qureshi sachi govind 7075 7137 7613 7106 7150 7661 7105 7088 7233 7810 7924 7339 7131 7922 7154 7063 7625 7299 7133 7034 Gupta Nandini Hedge RM Mishra SK Potluri RP Sensarma P ngupta rhegde 7511 6248 7733 7360 abiswas 7319 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Behera L Singh YN Harish AR Iyer SSK Vasudevan K Venkatesh KS lbehera ynsingh arh sskiyer vasu venkats 7198 7944 7569 7820 7109 7468 sumana 7310 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Banerjee A adrish 7991 santanum 6249 potluri 6093 snsingh 7009 sensarma 7076 Sinha RMK rmk (Joint appointment with CSE) Sircar P Srivastava SC Umesh S sircar scs EMERITUS FELLOW Arora R rarora 7665 7850 sumesh 7855 Convenor. While most of the courses in the first four semesters are compulsory. Tech. programme in Electrical the department offers a 4 year B.

173 . Certain number of courses out of the required total forms a package of compulsory courses. The department also offers dual degree (B. Tech. The most important part of the doctoral programme is research culminating in a thesis. Tech. Programme in Electrical Engineering is presently available in the following broad areas: Systems.B. Considerable flexibility is available in the selection of courses in PG programmes. Sponsored research and development activities are pursued in the Advanced Centre for Electronic Systems (ACES). curriculum emphasises laboratory courses throughout. Communications & Telecom Networks) Microelectronics. Students can take up thesis problems which have relevance to these activities. is a culmination of the skills imparted in the laboratory courses. & M. D. Faculty advisors counsel students in choosing a course package out of a number of possibilities based upon his/her interest and background.) programme. They have the freedom to choose their thesis supervisors from among the faculty members of the department and sometimes even from outside the department. Work on problems of current relevance in Electrical Engineering involving latest technologies are carried out under these sponsored projects. Information Systems (including Signal Processing. Power and Controls (including Power Microwaves & Photonics. VLSI & Display Technology. The project in the final year. These are from the area of specialisation of the student. Publications in good journals and international conferences are encouraged. Tech. The academic atmosphere is informal and this is borne out by the freedom the students have to discuss issues with the faculty members. At the PG level. Power Electronics & drives and Control systems. In the Master’s programme. the department offers M.Tech. The postgraduate committee of the department plans the study programme for individual PG students. Specialisation in the M. which is the R&D wing of the department. The rest are electives to be chosen in accordance with one's interests as well as thesis requirements. programmes in various areas of Electrical Engineering. Research students are encouraged to generate their research problems through discussion with faculty both in and out of the classroom. The programme culminates in a thesis which is normally in the area of specialisation of the student and has to be defended before the end of the programme. thus enabling them to use some of the sophisticated facilities available in the Centre. The research should represent an original investigation on the part of the student and is expected to make a significant contribution to knowledge in the subject. which lays stress on independent design. Tech. a student has to complete eight courses. and Ph.

I Control System Analysis Principles of Communication Power Systems Digital Electronics & Micro-processor Technology Electrical Engineering Lab. Microelectronics . . DE-PG-1 EE699 4 Credits EE699 12 Credits EE699 16 Credits NINTH TENTH SEVENTH C O U R S PHY102 MTH101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N TA101 ESC102 PE101 HSS-II-2 OE-PG-1 OE-PG-2 OE-PG-3/ CHM 201 Com-S 200 ESO 202 ESO 214 EE 200 TA 201 MTH 203 ESO 209 ESO 210 EE 210 EE 250 HSS EE 320 EE 330 EE 370 EE 380 HSS OE EE 340 EE 381 SE Chemistry Communication Skills Thermodynamics or Nature & Properties of Materials Signals.II Summer training and industrial tour are optional.II Science Elective Three courses out of the following four: Digital Signal Processing Microelectronics II Communication Systems Power Electronics Science Elective Open Elective Department Elective Department Elective Project-I EE 301 EE 311 EE 321 EE 360 SE OE DE DE EE 491 HSS DE Department Elective OE Open Elective OE Open Elective EE 492 Project .CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B.TECH. (DUAL DEGREE) STUDENTS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING S FIRST SECOND PHY101 CHM101 PHY103 MTH102 ESC101 EE100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 TA201 EE200 ESO202 OR ESO214 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO209 ESO210 EE210 EE250 E M FIFTH HSS-II-1 EE320 EE330 EE370 EE380 OE-1 E S SIXTH SE-1 EE340 EE381 3 OUT OF EE301 EE311 EE321 EE60 T E DEL-1 R EIGHTH OE-PG-3/ DEL-2 OE-PG-4 OE-PG-5 DEL-3 EE699 4 Credits SUMM.TECH.-M.I Open Elective Electromagnetic Theory Electrical Engineering Lab. Systems and Networks Introduction to Manufacturing Mathematics III Probability & Statistics Introduction to Electrical Engg. . 174 .

Fourier series. Finite register length effects. Sampling Theorem. Representation of deterministic and stochastic signals. MOSFETs. SNR and error probability calculations. EE 210 EE 311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics of semiconductor physics. ESc 102 Continuous and discrete time signals.EE 200 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SIGNALS.Two port analysis. Laplace and Z transform techniques. Sampling of CT signals: aliasing. Noise in Electronic circuits. BJTs.I Prereq. Metal-semiconductor contacts. SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS Prereq. Basic amplifier configurations. Multiple access techniques and ISDN. Analog and digital modulation systems. output stages. A/D and D/A conversion. Stability and compensation. limit cycles. I/O relationships. Signal processing: D/A and A/ D converters. Receiver structures. Fourier. Feedback system design. Applications. MOS capacitors. ESc 102 EE 210 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] I-V characteristics of BJTs and MOSFETs. phase-plane analysis. DSP hardware. PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION Prereq. DFT Computation. perfor-mance analysis. Nicholas chart. Bode diagrams. LTI systems: I/O description. EE 200 or # EE 250 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Linear feedback control systems. EE 200 EE 320 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Communication problem and system models. Filter design techniques. MODFETs. 175 . Routh-Hurwitz and Nyquist stability criteria. Non-linear electronic circuits. Analog and digital filters. network theorems. HEMTs. describing function. Frequency and time division multiplexing. Fourier analysis of signals using DFT. Networks: topological description.II Prereq. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. MICROELECTRONICS . Feedback amplifiers. optoelectronic devices. HBTs. impulse response and system functions. Elements of information theory. quantization noise. EE 200 EE 301 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of discrete time signals and systems. MICROELECTRONICS . frequency and time domain analysis. p-n junction diodes. Advanced semiconductor devices: MESFETs. Current sources and active loads. prefiltering. Non-linear systems. Digital encoding of analog signals. CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS Prereq. Op-amps. pole/ zero plots. decimation and interpolation. DFT. FIR and IIR systems. transfer function. Root locus method.

snubber circuits. EE 370 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 176 . DMA and its controller. transmission and distribution systems. trellis coded modulation. Error control coding. D and PLA. Bistable circuits . Energy in fields. Transmission lines. Current and voltage relations of lines and cables. M-ary modulation systems. Radiation of EM waves. ASCII Code. PLLs and FM threshold extension. switching loss. Reflection and refraction. partial response signalling. sequence control. switching dc power supplies. Reactive power control. Switchgear and protection. MOS. ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY Prereq. Mathematical modelling of power systems. interfacing between logic families.EE 321 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Prereq. Power cables and lines . Assembly language and bus signals of 8085. dual converters. error probability calculations. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & MICROPROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY Prereq. ESO 210 EE 330 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction to generation. ISI & channel equalization. dc-dc converters. Design of synchronous sequential circuits. General micro-processor organisation. POWER SYSTEMS Prereq.parameter calculations. Propagation in free space and in matter. J-K. AC regulator circuits. EE 320 Information measures. filters. Serial and parallel ports. Maxwell’s equations. block and convolution codes. CMOS Inverters. 8259 interrupt controller. POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. Source coding. Arithmetic operations in integer and floating point systems. interrrupts and their applications. 8253 timer. various logic functions and their implementation. Combined modulation and coding. ESc 102 EE 360 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[4] Power semiconductor devices: structure and characteristics.R-S. ESC 102 Analysis of digital logic families: TTL. Memory interfacing. Guided EM waves. Substation arrangements. Fault Calcula-tions. Inverters: square wave and pwm types. inverters for induction heating and UPS. PHY 103 EE 340 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Basics of Static electric and magnetic fields. Controlled rectifiers: full/half controlled converters. reactive power compensators. plane EM waves. Grounding in power systems. Microprocessor based systems : Number systems. Spread spectrum systems.

EE 320. Multi-resolution concept and analysis. machines. Ultraclean technology. subcircuits. EE 210. Single crystal growth. EE 210 EE 413 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] Semiconductor materials. LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN Prereq. uncertainity principle. circuits. Thermal oxidation of silicon. Special function ICs. Design aspects of low noise amplifiers and mixers. EE 250 Experiments from various areas of electrical engineering with emphasis on electronic devices. 2D sampling in arbitrary lattices. discrete-time bases and filter banks. Low power/voltage circuit design. LOW NOISE AMPLIFIERS Prereq. Lithography techniques. EE 370 or #. EE 380 Experiments from various areas of electrical engineering with emphasis on digital electronics. and electromagnetics. 2D-linear transforms. time-frequency representation. Tunnelling: Varactors and their application as parametric amplifiers and multipliers. opamps. control systems and machines. Solid state diffusion. Noise in ICs. IC transducers. short-time Fourier transform. Schottky diode Mixers. MOS analog circuits-building blocks. 177 . communications. Opto-electronic ICs and systems. Mixed signal design issues. 1D/2D signal compression. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB I Prereq. ADVANCED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. Tunnel diode amplifiers. drives and power systems.EE 380 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-2-6-0-[4] ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB Prereq. Vacuum technology. Multi-rate signal processing. Noise figure calculations. Switched capacitor circuits. Fault diagnosis and characterization techniques. Wigner-ville distributions. EE 311 EE 415 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Bipolar and MOS technology. EE 320 or #. Masers. Metal semiconductor junctions. ESc 102. VLSI/ULSI process integration. Wet and dry etching. introduction to DSP architecture. Wavelet transforms. Voltage regulators. functional analysis. EE 301 EE 381 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-2-6-0-[4] EE 403 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of linear algebra. 2D signals and systems. BiCMOS circuit design. Analog switches. Physical and chemical vapor deposition techniques. ESO 210. Analog delay lines. frequency scale and resolution. Noise in semiconductors. EE 311 EE 414 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Noise and its characterisation. P-N junction. Ion implantation. S/H circuits. SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES TECHNOLOGY Prereq.

intermodulation distortion : line of sight systems description and design. POWER GENERATION. EE 340 LEDs. Dielectrics used in HV and their properties. EE 210. Induction machine including starting and speed control of motors. message channel objective. television and data. Synchronous machines including power system interfacing. combinational and sequential logic design. telephony. EE 320 EE 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Baseband signal characterisation-telegraphy. General principle of AC machines. EE 330 Electromagnetic fields. arithmetic blocks. tidal. Avalanche and PIN photodetectors and their characteristics. voice frequency transmission. INTRODUCTION TO VLSI DESIGN Prereq. modulation of laser sources. troposcattrer systems. radio wave propagation methods: random noise characterization in communication systems. Overvoltage phenomena & insulation coordination 178 EE 437 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[5] . 3-0-0-0-4 Prereq. Generation and measurement of HV ac. Economic considerations in power systems. wind. Solar cells. semiconductor lasers. packaging. ESO 210 EE 431 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Magnetic circuits and transformers including three-phase transformers. Non-destructive testing. Integrated optics. HV bushings & insulators. types of prime movers. field control. system design consideration. Fiber optic communication systems. ELECTRICAL MACHINES Prereq. Optical fibers and their characteristics.their functions and control. design methodologies. wave and MHD. ESO 210 EE 432 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Power generation from conventional sources. EE 370 or # EE 417 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of MOS device operation. ocean-thermal. EE 210. switch and logic simulation. analysis and synthesis algorithms including circuit.EE 416 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] OPTO-ELECTRONICS Prereq. example of a chip design. Standard voltage wave-forms. floor planning. layout synthesis and test generation. Alternate sources of power generation . dc and impulse voltages. FUNDAMENTALS OF HV ENGG & LABORATORY TECHNIQUES Prereq. generators and excitation systems. Electromechanical energy conversion. thermal. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING Prereq. fabrication and layout. nuclear and gas power plants . hydro. architecture design. verification and testing. logic synthesis. geo-thermal.

klystrons. performance characteristics. Radio telescope Antennas. Radio astronomy fundamentals. Reflector Antennas. describing functions. scales of measurement. Microwave circuits-theory of guiding systems. TWTs.Tropospheric propagation. fading. sensing 179 . Beam forming and Steering methods. EE 340 EE 444 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamentals of astronomy. terrain and earth curvature effects. digital auto-correlation receivers. EE 340 EE 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Retarded potential. Parametric amplifier masers. magnetrons. MTI delay line cancellors. Electromagnetic wave propagation. effects of magnetic field. Co-ordinate systems. CW and Frequency Modulated Radars. SAR.EE 441 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MICROWAVES Prereq. Radio astronomy receivers. microwave transistors. Tracking radars. scattering matrix impedance transformation and matching. Passive devices: ferrites & ferrite devices. ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. General principles. Electronic scanning radars. state-space. diffraction and scattering. Ground wave propagation. EE 340 Active devices: LHTs. # EE 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Measurement process. MTI and pulse Doppler radar. tunnel. Nonlinear systems. Computer control systems. Sampled Data Systems. ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION Prereq. interferometers and multi-element arrays. Sensitivity and error analysis. RADIO ASTRONOMY Prereq. reciprocity. MTI from moving platform. singular points. Structure of the universe. configuration and functional description of measurement systems. impedance. Interferometry and aperture synthesis. Radar signal processing. phase plane analysis. critical frequencies. Concepts of state. and GUNN diodes. Ambiguity function. EE 250 EE 451 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Modelling of physical systems. radiation from current element and dipole. Mono-pulse tracking in range/Doppler. on-off and dual mode systems. Description of radio sources. radiation patterns. PIN. Controllability and observability. Noise and Clutter. Lyapunov stability. RADAR SYSTEMS Prereq. Antenna arrays. low noise amplifiers. microwave cavity. Antenna Measurements. BWOs. TRANSDUCERS AND INSTRUMENTATION Prereq. EE 320 EE 443 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Radar equation. Ionospheric Propagation-refractive index. Various types of antennas. point contact.

Wavelet Analysis. EE 491 EE 491 POST-GRADUATE COURSES EE 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES OF SIGNALS & SYSTEMS Prereq. transducer interfacing. Nonstationary Signal Analysis. Optimization techniques for linear and nonlinear problems. # Nature of definitions. Adaptive Filtering. flow.I. harmonic analysis and spectral theory for convolutional systems. transmission and recording. # EE 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Generalized inverses.II. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. ADVANCED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 Prereq. This would also facilitate the task of developing new experiments for EE380/381 as well. Wiener. etc. vacuum. invariance and groups. Eigen and singular value decompositions. EE480 The purpose of this course is to allow students to do new and challenging experiment in emerging areas of Electrical Engineering under the guidance of an assigned department faculty member. Theory of measurement and scales. Wigner-Ville Distribution. STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING I Power Spectrum Estimation-Parametric and Maximum Entropy Methods. regularization of ill-posed problems. PROJECT . Groups in signals and systems. 0-0-0-15-5. EE 480 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] ADVANCED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1 Prereq. Algebraic and relational structures of signal spaces and convolutional systems.elements and transducers for measurement of motion. Kalman Filtering. signal conditioning. 180 EE 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Representation theory of groups. EE492 Prereq. This would also facilitate the task of developing new experiments for EE380/381 as well. Applications in various areas of signal processing. 0-0-0-9-3. microprocessor based instrumentation. Symmetry. Levinson-Durban Algorithms Least Square Method. Interpolation and approximation by least squares and minimax error criteria. force.. temperature. generalized problems. Fourth Year Standing EE 491 PROJECT . light. pressure. EE481 EE 481 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] The purpose of this course is to allow students to do new and challenging experiment in emerging areas of Electrical Engineering under the guidance of an assigned department faculty member.

2-D systems. Symmetry transformations. band pass representations and complex envelope. Eigenvectors and eigenvalues. ARCHITECTURE AND APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS. Two-Dimensional Discrete Time Filters. linker and simulator. INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL ANALYSIS Prereq. FIR/IIR filter. monochrome & colour vision models. Normed vector spaces. Image Processing Applications 181 . Basics of Fourier Analysis. stochastic models for image representation. Time-Frequency Localization. ISI. cost. linear-predictive coding. Least square and minimum norm solutions. # EE 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Human visual system and image perception. Orthogonal Digital Filter Systems. parallelism. # EE 605 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Discrete and Continuous time signals and systems. Difference equations.and Column spaces. LTI systems. Image analysis using multiresolution techniques. etc. image sampling & quantization. image transforms. Null spaces.speed. Row. Random discrete signals. Sampling and reconstruction: Change of sampling rate. image enhancement. orthogonality.Multiplier.EE 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED TOPICS IN DIGITAL FILTERING Prereq. etc.assembler. linear independence. Linear systems of equations. Software development tools . Discrete Time-Frequency Transforms. Address Generator. Nonstationary Processes. colour representation . VLSI Computing structures for Signal Processing. quantization error. pipelining. TMS 320C55 X and TM 320C6X and 21000 family architecture and instruction set. restoration & reconstruction. Convolution. EE 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] WAVELET TRANSFORMS FOR SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq. Over. # Basics of functional Analysis. # Review of DSP fundamentals. Inverse and pseudo inverse. Hilbert transforms. Spectral Theory. matched filtering. basis. Continuous Wavelet Transforms. image coding. Signal Processing Applications. Coherent and noncoherent detection. Frequency domain representation: Fourier transform and its properties. IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq.and Underdetermined systems. Issues involved in DSP processor design . Shifter. accuracy. etc. Multi resolution Analysis. TimeFrequency representations. Prereq. # Multirate Processing of discrete Time Signals. equalization. Applications using DSP Processor . Key DSP hardware elements . Base band pulse transmission.spectral analysis. ALU.

# EE 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Stochastic variables of interest in physical electronics (e. stability and compensation. Signal Analysis with Higher order Spectra. Optical fibers . FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS I Prereq. interface state density and DLTS. etc. avalanche coefficients etc. multilevel logic minimization using VIEWLOGIC tools. diffusion constant.EE 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING II Prereq. attenuation. Manifestation of stochastic processes in physical electronics. P-I-N and APD detectors. carrier concentration. ANALOG/DIGITAL VLSI CIRCUITS Prereq. Time-delay estimation.multiplexers. mobility. Transversal & reasnic least square lattice filters. Perpetual coding of audio signal and data compression. interfacing. Spatio-temporal nature of bioelectric signals. Beam foming.g. # EE 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Analog MOS circuits. Digital building blocks . Instrumentation. LDU-OR. MOS inverters and gate circuits. 182 EE 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Modes of medical imaging. detector noise.ray and mode theories. MOS memory circuits. standard cell. Specific digital technique for bioelectric signals. splices and connectors. analysis and software skills relevant to microelectronics. MEASUREMENTS. cholesky. LEDs. optical cavity. least square estimation. frequency and transient responses. SPICE simulation of complex CMOS gate. ESPRIT algorithms. # Power Spectrum Estimation. Digital -to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital converters. model order selection. # EE 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Speech and pathology of vocal tract/ cords. cardiac generator and its models. Pisarenko. Thermodynamic considerations. barrier heights.). op-amps. decoders. full custom cell layout. Analog switches. logic simulation. G-R time.radiative recombination. and PLA based designs. Array processing. shift registers. MOS C-V measuremets. Power coupling. MUSIC. DH and other lasers. Gate array. multimode and single-mode fibers. SV decomposition. potential. switched-capacitor circuits. # Essentially a lab course aimed at imparting basic measurement. dispersion. FLUCTUATION PHENOMENA IN MICROELECTRONICS Prereq. sample-and-hold circuits. BASICS OF BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING Prereq. # EE 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of semiconductor physics . Experiments related to BJT DC characteristics. Prony. transmission gates. Gaussian beams. PARAMETER EXTRACTION AND SLSI TOOLS IN MICROELECTROMICS Prereq.

Anaysis and design of basic logic circuits. EE 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE MODELLING Prereq. floor planning. HEMT). FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS II Prereq. # Models for metal-semiconductor contacts and heterojunctions. FDDI. charge control models. Schottky. Local area networks. # EE 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Emphasis on the synthesis based approach to VLSI Design. electrical properties. Failure. Link analyses. recombination kinetics. GaAs MESFET and GaAs ICs. Computer simulation of ICs and layout design. Field Effect Transistors (JEFT. SPICE and small-signal models. Gunn diodes. MOSFET. Design of high frequency amplifiers and oscillators. # EE 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fiber optic transmitter and receiver designs. RTD oscillators. velocity saturation and universal models.Crystal structure of semiconductors. HIGH FREQUENCY SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND CIRCUITS Prereq. SONET and SDH. photon statistics. IMPATT diodes. Relevant issues related to physical design automation such as placement. Large Scale Integration. contact). second-order effects. Other semiconductor devices.Basic and universal models. # EE 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IC components . elements of device fabrication. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY Prereq. Mixer diodes. MOSFET quantum theory of 2DEG. Step recovery diodes. HEFT .their characterization and design. Solitons in optical fibers. optical properties. Photonic Switching. band theory.EE 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOLID STATE DEVICES I Prereq. Fault modeling and testing. Optical Amplifiers. Transport in low dimensional structures: HEMTs: Hetrojunction BJTs. HBT). VLSI SYSTEM DESIGN Prereq. MESFETs. # Basic semiconductor physics. High Voltage ICs. Diodes (P-N junction. Introduction to epitaxial growth for these structures. routing and 183 . Line Coding. Intervalley scattering. occupation statistics. MESFET. EE 614 Review of Semiconductor properties . Junction Transistors (BJT. Linear ICs. Multiplexing schemes. reliability and yield of ICs. BSIM model. MESFET-Shockley. gradual channel approximation. Coherent optical communication systems. Fiber optic sensors and signal processing. TRAPATTs. Resonant tunneling structures. avalanche process in semiconductors.

INFORMATION & CODING THEORY Prereq. BAYES. # EE 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of probability. Analog Modulation Schemes. ambiguity functions. Equalization. Synchronization and demodulation issues. Detailed coverage of HDLs and high level synthesis algorithms and issues. sequential and probabilistic decoding. MMSE. Cellular Mobile Communciation. Synchronization. Waveform estimation. linear block codes. Walsh and Harr functions. DETECTION & ESTIMATION THEORY Prereq. Trellis Coded Modulation. Linear estimation problems. Second and third generation CDMA systems/standards. KL and sampling theorem representations. rate distortion function. EE 621 Spread spectrum concept. COMMUNICATION THEORY Prereq. Combinational & sequential logic synthesis issues and algotithms are discussed. Convolutional codes. # EE 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Rate Distortion Theory. # EE 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Entropy and mutual information. variable length coding. Signal Representation. matched filter. Properties and generation of PN sequences. Cell coverage and capacity issues. # EE 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Classical Detection and Estimation Theory. Channel Coding Theorems. random variables. MAP. ML schemes. Basics of Cellular and Mobile communications. Basics of CDMA. Kalman filtering. Digital Transmission over Bandlimited Channels. Optimum/ Suboptimum Receivers. source coding. Applications of CDMA to cellular communication systems. channel coding. Convolution and turbo codes. EE 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] APPLICATION OF CDMA TO CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS Prereq. capacity cost functions. representation of narrow band signals. Fading Multipath Channels. Wiener filtering. Diversity techniques and Rake receiver. Detection of signals in Gaussian noise. Markov sequences. random processes. Transmission of signals through LTI systems. cyclic codes.compaction are covered. 184 . Estimation and detection with random sequences. linear stochastic dynamical systems. Digital Modulation Schemes. Multicarrier CDMA. burst error-correcting codes. Diversity Combining. REPRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF RANDOM SIGNALS Prereq. discrete memoryless channels. majority logic decoding. CDMA optimization issues.

TV Transmission. public-key cryptosystems. ISDN. Load flow and stability studies. Error control. DES. Electromagnetic phenomenon. Markov chainsasymptotic stationarity. Power system deregulation. Insulation and partial discharge. FDMA. 185 . EE 621 or equiv.EE 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SATELLITE COMMUNICATION Prereq. Model-based coding techniques. # Introduction. # EE 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5] Modern power systems operation and control. Continuous time processes: Separability. Model-based recognition. key management. traffic Analysis. VSATs. authentication and digital signatures. Launching. cross point and memory requirements. continuity. Link calculations. measurability. Codes as ideals in finite commutative rings and group algebras. # EE 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Network Architecture. TOPICS IN STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Earth Stations. # EE 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Spectral and non-spectral analysis techniques. performance comparison. SIMULATION OF MODERN POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. Orbital considerations. Synthetic and coded speech quality assessment. Selection of recognition unit. stationary processes. blocking probabilities. FM analysis. Language modelling. TDMA. Speaker Identification. space & time division switching. stochastic integral. static and dynamic modeling. ergodic theorem. mixing conditions. ergodicity. Ergodic Theory: Measure preserving transformations. SPEECH SIGNAL PROCESSING Prereq. digital switching. Digital modulation. sequential analysis. Shannon-Millan-Breiman theorem. CDMA. Joint coding and cryptography. Satellite network modeling . Stream and block ciphers. indecomposability. # EE 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Martingale convergence theorem. models for circuit and packet switched systems. # EE 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Cryptography and error control coding in communication and computing systems. TOPICS IN CRYPTOGRAPHY AND CODING Prereq. Noise reduction and echo cancellation. stopping times. Multiple access. Atmospheric effects. Historical background and overall perspective. Text analysis and text-to-speech synthesis. DIGITAL SWITCHING Prereq. time division multiplexing. Transponders.

Margin prediction. impulse and pulsed. Restructuring models and Trading Arrangements: Components of restructured systems. ECONOMIC OPERATION & CONTROL OF POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. # Fundamentals of deregulation: Privatization and deregulation. insulators for outdoor applications. Generation and measurement of testing Voltages –DC. Transient stability and small signal stability for large systems. Deregulation in Asia including India. Bidding strategies. ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT UNDER RESTRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT Preq. Operation and control: Old vs New. sensitivity and continuation method. power system security. ageing studies. bilateral & multilateral). Available Transfer Capability. Different models of deregulation: U K Model. Forward and Future market. state estimation. Dynamic analysis. pricing strategies. EE 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EE 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELECTRICAL INSULATION IN POWER APPARATUS AND SYSTEMS • Properties of dielectrics and breakdown mechanisms . loss formula.EE 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM STABILITY Prereq. # Detailed machine modeling. Trading arrangements (Pool. optimal real and reactive power dispatch. local and global bifurcations. Stability of AC-DC systems. Control area. composites and novel materials. Motivations for Restructuring the Power industry. Issues in design of insulators and insulator systems. Open Access Transmission Systems. energy control center. • • • • 186 . Voltage stability: P-V and Q-V curves. Testing and Evaluation : Procedures and standards. Overvoltages and insulation coordination in transmission networks. Ancillary services. Wheeling charges and pricing: Wheeling methodologies. introduction to mathematical programming. Australian and New Zealand models. Modeling of turbine-generator and associated systems. Independent System Operator (ISO): Functions and responsibilities. hydrothermal scheduling systems. static analysis. load frequency control. # EE 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Economic load dispatch. excitation systems and PSS. SSR and system modeling for SSR studies. California model. AC. Congestion management.

line condition monitoring of sub-station equipment. differential relaying systems. avalanche. converter circuits and their analysis. Scattering media. streamer and leader processes. FEM. distance relaying schemes. Guiding structures. TCPAR. System static performance improvement with FACTS controllers. conformal mappings. Wave propagation and polarization parameters. Generalised scattering matrix and planar circuit approach. TCSC.line and off. Advances in measurement and diagnostic technologies : partial discharge monitoring. liquids and solids. protection of multiterminal lines. # Advanced protective relaying. Green’s function and integral transform techniques. dielectric spectroscopy. matrix calculus. relays as comparators. # EE 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Transmission line theory. # EE 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of complex variables. relay terminology. static relays. HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING BEHAVIOUR OF DIELECTRICS Prereq. COMPUTATIONAL ELECTRO-MAGNETICS Prereq. Eigenvalue problem. Basic FACTS controllers: SVC. reflection and transmission 187 . application of solid state devices.• • On. effects of corona. basic protection schemes. arcs. Green’s function approach. etc. # EE 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Electric fields and their numerical estimation. liquids and gases. new types of relaying criteria. digital protection. gas insulated systems. intrinsic and practical strengths of dielectrics. space charge charge measurements. breakdown mechanisms. ageing of solids. faults and abnormal operation and protection. STATCOM. UPFC. System dynamic performance improvement with FACTS controllers EE 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED PROTECTIVE RELAYING Prereq. None General aspects of DC transmission. ADVANCED ENGINEERING ELECTRO MAGNETICS Prereq. DC link controls. Variational formulation. Sturm Liouville equation. Modeling of FACTS Controllers. Lab demonstrations • EE 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HVDC TRANSMISSION AND FLEXIBLE AC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Prereq.Mechanism of active and reactive power flow contro. breakdown characteristics of gases. special problems.

Optical networks management issues. Topologies. GaAs MESFET fabrication devices. TTFR and TTTR. Heterojunction bipolar transistor fabrication and modeling. scattering by cylinders. spectrum analyser and noise figure 188 . Source localization problem. Single hop networks. Joint angle and delay estimation. spheres etc. discontinuities. Optical switching: Motivation. Design issues. antenna measurements. travelling wave antennas. Geometric theory of diffraction. # EE 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Optical communications: Introduction to basic optical communications and devices. IEEE 802. Wavelength routed networks and other special topics. Smart antennas and generalized array signal processing. code division multiplexing. SONET / SDH. antenna theorems and definitions. scanning antennas. Conductor and dielectric losses in planar transmission lines. High electron mobility transistor. waveguides. Free-space optical switching. # Vector potential. Spatial light modulator. Basics of mobile wireless communications. All-optical subscriber access networks. Soliton based networks. Optical amplification in all-optical networks.Wavelength division multiplexing. Switched optical networks. Multiple access optical networks. EE 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ANTENNA ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS Prereq. array theorems. Fundamental limits on optical switching elements. aperture antennas. self and mutual impedances.3. Optical multiplexing techniques . pattern synthesis. DQDB. EE 210 EE 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] Scattering parameters of n-ports. Multiaccess protocols for WDM networks. coupled lines. passive and active circuit characterization using network analyser. FTFR. dipole. loop. HIPPI etc. # EE 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Statistical signal processing concepts. time division multiplexing. signal processing antennas. EE 340. # EE 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] Experiments in basic microwave measurements. PHOTONIC NETWORKS AND SWITCHING Prereq. MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS AND DESIGN Prereq. Multichannel networks. Multihop networks. wedges. FCS. Relational and non-relational switching devices. FDDI. cavity resonators. MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE ICS Prereq. Optical frequency division multiplexing. Switching architectures. multi-conductor lines. Mobile communication systems with smart antennas.across an interface. SMART ANTENNAS FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS Prereq. Smart antenna array configurations. Radio-frequency signal modeling and channel characterization. NMIC technology and design. Optical Networks: Conventional optical networks. FTTR. slot radiators. Single channel networks.

impedance transformers. modeling of electrical circuits. Lyapunov stability. Digital systems. phase-plane analysis. electric forces from the potential solutions. Phase-plane analysis. Lyapunov theorem. permanent Magnest. slot line. electric field. passive circuits. Observability. similarity transformations. variable-gradient technique 189 . Magnetostatic fields. microstrip. hybrids. stability theorems.. Realisability etc. Minimum energy principle. EE 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MICROWAVE CIRCUITS Prereq. scalar and vector potentials . THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS • • Introduction : Review of Electromagnetic Theory. Canonical forms. finite Element Modeling : Conductive media. solvers. stripline. active circuits using semiconductor devices and tubes. Poinca’re theorems. Bendixson’s theorem. Introduction to the Finite Element Method using electrostatic fields : Galerkin ‘s method of weighted residuals. Laboratory : Matlab and Femlab simulation EE 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] • • EE 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BASICS OF MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. detection and measurement of microwave signals. Hinfinity control. modeling of moving parts . Linearization. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Prereq. Calculation of capacitance. waveguides. shape functions.processing. integration of measurement and design of microwave circuits. Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR). Robust control. # Vector spaces.meter. post. microwave circuit design principles. Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) control. Poincare’s Index. Circle and Popov criterion. Loop Transfer Recovery (LTR). Electromagnetic fields. isolators etc. EE 340 Transmission lines for microwave circuits. EE 451 EE 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Describing function.processing. eddy current problems. Linear systems. isoparmetric elements. filters. Minimal realization. Finite Element Concepts : Pre. Controllability. meshing. steady currents . PC based automated microwave measurements. Nonlinear systems.

stability. Markov chains & processes. Optimal control in presence of uncertainty. # EE 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Linear Quadratic Regulators: return ratio & difference. prediction & smoothing. # EE 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Discrete-time signals and systems. Characterization of sensitivity. # EE 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5] Linear multivariable control systems. Linear regulation. EE 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LINEAR STOCHASTIC DYNAMI-CAL SYSTEMS Prereq. Minimum time singular solutions. Solutions of H2 and Ha problems. Pontryagin’s maximum principle and Hamilton Jacobi-Bellman theory. observability. OPTIMAL CONTROL Prereq. Parameter estimation. complete spaces. State-space models of discrete time systems. Kalman and Wiener filters. Synthesis of regulators and terminal controllers. Kalman filtering. EE 650 EE 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic mathematical concepts. Eigenvalues and eign vectors. Filtering. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. ROBUST CONTROL SYSTEMS Prereq. Stable factorization approach for solving stabilization problem. Popov criterion. error coefficients and frequency response.and Krasovskii’s method for generating Lyapunov functions. Kalman’s optimality condition. robustness to time delay and nonlinearity. Kharitonov theorem robustness. Singular values . robustness and sensitivity. Conditions for optimality. Equivalence of internal and external stability of feedback control systems and the stabilization problem. input-output stability. graph topology and graph metric. error bounds. circle criterion. Gain/phase margins. variational calculus approach. Robust stabilization. application in stability. Compensator design by root locus. statement of Lur’e problem. Partially characterised systems. Least squares. DIGITAL CONTROL Prereq. Z-transform. state estimation. EE 621 Wiener processes. Infinite dimensional inner product. Various types of constraints. ML and Minimax estimates. complete 190 . pulse transfer functions. Feedback system design. CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN Prereq. sensitivity function. controllability. # EE 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Real and complex Euclidean spaces. Minimum variance. Robustness of discrete time LQR systems. Effect of noisy components on optimal control law. Linear functionals and operators. Structures and properties of optimal systems.

Fuzzy Systems and Algorithms. synchronous link converters. Errors solutions to systems of linear equations. Possibility Distributions as Fuzzy Sets. Vectors and the extension principle. Modern (synchronous link converter) VAR compensators. Fuzzy Inference Engines. Sets as Points in Hypercube. Fuzzy sets. Tap changers and phase shifters. Liguistic variables and hedges. # EE 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basics of flexible AC transmission systems. flyback configuration. Forms of Fuzzy Implication. Basic Concepts (support. Fuzzy arithmetic. probability theory. # EE 660 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Power semiconductor devices. moments and statistics of multiple variables. Fuzzy Sets and Systems. Fuzzy relations. distribution functions. PWM inverters. MS estimations. Approximate Reasoning. stochastic processes. Properties of Fuzzy sets. Uncertainity. concepts. Probability. Imprecision and Vagueness. Classical Relations. Examples. Crisp and Fuzzy Relations. random variables. Matrix inversion. active filters. Classical sets and Fuzzy sets. Classical (Crisp) vs. Fuzzy Systems as Universal Approximators. pivoting eigenvalue and eigen vector calculations. Thyristor controlled VAR compensation and series compensation. Power electronics in power generation. Fuzzy systems. Fuzzy Systems in Commercial Products. Graphical Techniques of Inference. Canonical Form. Basic Principles of Inference in Fuzzy Logic. Design options. Forced communication. Power quality conditioners. CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. LOGIC & SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS Prereq. BJT. IGBT. Research Fields in Fuzzy Theory. height. Fuzzy IF-THEN Rules. DC-AC converters. Fuzzyifications/ DeFuzzification. # EE 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] State space modeling and simulation of linear systems. boost. Discrete time models. Mathematical background of Fuzzy Systems. buck-boost. conventional controllers using small signal models. Representation of Fuzzy sets. # Introduction. BASICS OF POWER ELECTRONICS CONVERTERS Prereq. EE 658 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FUZZY SET. GTO and MCT: AC-DC Converters. Unified power flow controller (UPFC) and Interline power flow controller. Fuzzy control. Numbers. SVD.Norms. resonant converters. Non linear equations. POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS IN POWER SYSTEMS Prereq. Foundation of Fuzzy Theory. Brief history of Fuzzy logic. singleton. MOSFET. Membership function design. Fuzzy Measures.orthognal representations. a-cut projections). Controlled rectifier and energy storage plants. S-and T. Classical logic and Fuzzy logic. Cartesian Product. Fuzzy System Design and its Elements. Types of Membership Functions. Variable 191 . Fuzzy set operations. Additive Fuzzy Systems (standard additive model). Membership Functions. Possibility vs. Fuzzy to crisp conversions. Fuzzy Events. buck. cuk.

COMPUTER VISION AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING Prereq. # Machine modeling. AC Drives: Operation of induction and synchronous motors from voltage and current inverters. Permanent magnet drives. induction motor and synchronous machines. starting. Multi-layer networks. Image segmentation. Scalar and vector control of induction motor. Learning in neural nets: Supervised and unsupervised learning. simulation tools: SABER. Statistical. Hybrid resonant link inverters. Synchronous link converters. ADVANCED ELECTRIC DRIVES Prereq. Labeling. Application of neural nets. # EE 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Motor load dynamics. inverters and cyclo-converters etc. Self controlled synchronous motor drive. Output and state feedback switching controllers EE 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODELING AND SIMULATION OF POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Prereq. Brushless DC motor drive. and MATLAB-SIMULINK. SPECIAL TOPICS IN POWER ELECTRONICS Prereq. DC drives: converter and chopper control. slip power recovery. Pattern recognition. Switched mode rectifiers. # EE 665 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Closed loop control of solid state DC drives. braking & speed control of dc and ac motors. simulation of transients. NEURAL NETWORKS Prereq. # EE 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Theory of representation. Neutral point controlled inverters. # EE 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PWM inverters. Line and edge detection. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRIC DRIVES Prereq. Auto-associative and hetero-associative nets. Multilevel inverters. Soft switching converters: DC-DC resonant link inverters. Industrial drives. Direct torque and flux control of induction motor.structure control. # EE 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Human and computer vision. PSPICE. Hysteresis controllers. Vector control of synchronous motor. Quasi resonant link converters. Two computational pradigms. structural 192 . Switched reluctance motor drive. Image reprentation and modelling. Simulations of converters. Neural network simulators. pump drives using ac line controller and self-controlled synchronous motor drives. DC.

Wireless ATM. fault tolerance. ARQ strategies. Robotic version. network layer. physical layer. Applications in robotic vision and processing of documents. Networking methods and their applications in instrumentation. media access layer. Role of knowledge. Sensors and transducers. CAMAC. Mobile Satellite Communication. serial interfacing . MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS Prereq. EE 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN Prereq. modelling and and DQDB MAC routing. Specific details of MC68HC11. # Introduction to Mobile Radio networks. Architectures. Document analysis and optical character recognition. VXI. TDMA/CDMA Techniques. Issues related to fault detection. RS 485. Production system. RS 423. SCXI.RS 232C. 193 . FDDI protocols for LANs and MANs. Technologies. EE 370 Combinational circuit design. object recognition. IEEE 488. RS 422. Synchronous & asynchronous sequential circuits. PXI. semantic networks. and reliable design. EE 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL.neural and hybrid techniques. # and correction. framing. Interfacing signal conditioning. Propagation Effects. Laboratory based experiments and projects with these devices. Micro-programming and use of AMD 2909 micro-sequencer in sequential circuits. frames. Third Generation Cellular. pipelining and RISC principles. Discussions on architectures. Cellular Systems. queueing theory. flow control & protocols. KNOWLEDGE BASED MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS Prereq.2. Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). GSM Systems. object oriented and ANN models. implemen-tation using programmable logic devices & field programmable gate arrays. error detection data link layer. EE 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIGITAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS OSI model. # EE 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Knowledge representation. Prereq. MC68000 and Power PC 601. logic. TCP/IP EE 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Architecture of advanced Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Prereq. Training & classification. script. EE 370 Introduction to the general structure of advanced microprocessors and microcontrollers. channel description and analysis. analysis of important media access control protocols. instruction sets. natural languages and speech. Course Project involving extensive programming is compulsory. memory hierarchies. ATM. Scene matching & analysis. state-space techniques. Signal analysis techniques.

# Memory: Eric Kandel’s momery and its physiological basis. Fluid-flow and diffusion approximations. PC hardware. PCMICA buses. Analog I/O. Data acquisition methods. a bioinstrumentation scheme for its measurement. Hamming's Model and comparision of number of weights. its comparison with Kandel's model. Operating system. DMA operation. Queues with vacations. Peripheral controllers. Instruction sets. Reversibility. EE 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] NEURAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS. Interrupt structures. Analysis of M/G/1 queues. VIs and Sub-VIs. Arithmetic circuits using SSI/MSI chips. Learning: Supervised and Unsupervised nets. Logic families. Tech. Structure. Cellular Neural Nets and Fuzzy nets. Neural systems: Different types of neurons. advantages. IEEE 488. Short Term and Long Term potentiation (STP and LTP). Parallel /serial I/O. Priority queues. dendrites. # EE 679 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Review of probability and stochastic processes. Learning Methods. Courses contents will be decided by the instructor EE 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] EE 698 EE 699 EE 799 M. Wavelet nets. Little’s theorem. role of Na+ K+ AT Pase and resting potentials. Work conservation principle. PCI. data flow and graphical programming techniques. Instrumentation buses. USB. Virtual instrumentation (VI). synaptic junctions and transmission of action potentials. Thesis Ph. Stability of Hopefield net. Method of stages. 2-0-3-4 Prereq. its use as CAM. Boltzmann machine.queues. Radial Basic. Function nets. Markov chains. Essentials of a microcomputer system.Combinational and sequential circuits. DAQ hardware. Burke’s Theorem. QUEUEING SYSTEMS Prereq. INTELLIGENT INSTRUMENTATION Introduction. Machine cycles. modelling & analysis of M/M-/. Explicit and Implicit memories. Thesis 194 . Queues served in cyclic order. Hopfield's Model of Associative Memories. Number systems. axons.1 and Special Topics in Electrical Engineering. Consciousness and its correlation with respiratory sinus arrythmia. D. ISA. (SAMs). Basic microprocessor architecture. Neural nets for technical applications: Bidirectional Associative Memories.

or a Master's degree in most branches of sciences is the minimum required for admission to the M. DUGC : Convenor. sustainable industrial development. A Bachelor's degree in any branch of engineering. This new programme builds on the past rich experience in environmental engineering. 166 . Admission to the M. engineering sciences and management sciences has been recognised. water and air resources. Doctoral programme in environmental engineering is offered by the Department of Civil Engineering. This interdisciplinary programme offers M. environment-friendly infrastructure management. and the available experts and infrastructure across various branches of engineering. This is primarily to meet the growing human resources requirements of high quality to provide leadership in various sectors such as environmental policy and planning. implementation and legal resource cleanup through remediation of land.Tech. Tech. unique broad based programme in Environmental Engineering and Management has recently been started. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: Mukesh Sharma mukesh 7759 E-mails : _____@iitk. Tech. over and above the traditional "end-of-the-pipe" pollution control measures. Gupta 7403 snt tarun 7845 7128 Mukesh Sharma mukesh Convenor. (4 semesters) in Environmental Engineering and Management and is ad ministered by the Department of Civil Engineering. Programme) PROFESSORS Onkar Dixit Head Vinod Tare Binayak Rath onkar vinod brath 7267 7792 7155 7759 Purnendu Bose pbose 7582 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Purnendu Bose pbose Saumyen Guha sguha 7403 7917 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS S Tripathi T. physical sciences.ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (Inter-Disciplinary Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ Recognising the emerging challenges for environmentally sustainable economic development. Tech. sciences and humanities in the institute. Programme. programme is generally offered in the semester beginning July/August. The need for an integrated approach to environmental issues that transcend the boundaries of traditional disciplines in social sciences.

climate and climate change. characterisation techniques. solubility equilibria. atmosphere and processes governing environmental conditions. Description and study of typical natural and artificial ecosystems. biological metabolism. mortality and survivorship. renewable biological resources.COURSE DESCRIPTION EEM 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EARTH AND ENVIRONMENT Understanding earth. mineral availability and recycling. organic farming. Biochemistry. filtration . abiotic reactions. historical perspective of growing environmental concerns. World food supply. The organisation and dynamics of ecological communities. fisheries. scarcity and conservation. metabolism. global climate and hazards. classification and characteristics of living organisms. oxidationreduction equilibria. Membrane process. production and consumption. ECOLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES Ecosystems. ecological niche. dams and environment. water and soil resources. biotic and abiotic components. hydrological and biogeochemical cycles. succession. reverse osmosis. Changes in ecosystems. Settling of particles in water. trophic levels. acration and gas transfer. acid-base equilibria. Study and significance of natural resources. important biological compounds. reproduction. Physical and chemical interactions due to various forces. traditional agriculture. sources of water impurities. Solid-liquid-gas interactions.their significance in environmental engineering. cells. earth's energy budget. nonrenewable energy resources. channelisation and environment. mineral resources. ecological impacts of modern agriculture. surface and colloidal chemistry. enzymes. mass transfer and transport of impurities in water and air. Process kinetics. air. renewable energy resources. dispersion. photosynthesis and respiration. microbial growth kinetics. diffusion. long range stability. and chemical thermodynamics. PHYSICOCHEMICAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES Structure and basic properties of water . Chemical reactions. tectonic. 167 EEM 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EEM 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . wildlife conservation/management. energy resources. Microbiological concepts. natural hazards and processes. Ecology of population. forestry. the geologic. long range changes. productivity and energy flow. reaction rates and catalysis. modern agriculture. energy consumption. the biosphere. green revolution. Major environmental concerns. adsorption. coagulation and flocculation. desalination. community interactions. effect of population increase on environment. electrodialysis. the atmosphere. water stabilisation. ion exhange and adsorption. aquaculture.mechanisms and interpretations. chemical equilibrium. food webs. suspensions and dispersions. cycling of elements.

different types of electrodes. phosphorus and chemical oxygen demand (COD). acid-base titrations. multidisciplinary environmental strategies. EEM 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-4-0-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND POLLUTION MONITORING TECHNIQUES Genral principles of sample collection and data analysis. Environmental impact assessment (EIA). sustainable development (SD). Electrochemical methods. etc. 3-0-0-4 Air pollutants. alkalinity and turbidity. initial environmental examination (IEE). environmental appraisal. methanogenasis. organisation. nitrification. Air quality and emission standards. planning. concepts and principles of carbon oxidation. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT Environmental management. gaseous pollutants and odour removal. Air pollution legislation. environmental audit (EA). precipitation titrations. removal of dry particulate matter. plate counts. Control of stationary and mobile sources. carbon monoxide. case studies stressing physical aspects of environment. Meteorology as applied to air pollution and dispersion of air pollutants. denitrification. analysis of particulates and common chemical air pollutants like oxides of nitrogen. ecological and remedial actions. Titrimetric methods. Pollutant removal and disposal of pollutants. engineered systems. environmental impact statement (EIS). determination of acidity. descision-making and management dimensions. Engineering control concepts. problems and strategies. Control devices and systems. EEM 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EEM 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[3] 168 . Review of political. assimilation of wastes. Gravimetric methods for solids analysis in water and wastewater. their sources and harmful effects on the environment. definitions and concepts. MPN test for microbial pollution.Applications to environmental engineering. Spectrophotometric methods. the human. Nephelometric methods. complexometric titrations. Environmental impact factors and areas of consideration. Methods for monitoring and control. biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). oxidation-reduction titrations.. oxides of sulphur. scope and methodologies of EIA. liquid droplets and mist removal. AIR POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL. process change. selection of control equipment. confirmatory tests. Sampling techniques for air pollution measurements. concepts of quantization of degradable pollutants. analysis of common cations and anions in water/wastewater through various chemical techniques. hydrocarbon. Economics and trends in air pollution control. measurement of environmental impact. working principles of electrodes. Future strategies. fuel change. Atomic absorption spectroscopy. determination of nitrogen. Biological methods and microbiology.

pulp and paper. e. estuaries. molecular diffusion. flocculation. Selection of raw water source. coagulation. Modelling of rivers. dairy. Philosophy of water treatment. Aeration/stripping. Control of gaseous emissions. Planning and siting of water treatment plant. Some special models. definitions and concepts. Oxidation-reduction and advanced oxidation processes. relevant methodologies. Introduction to ISO and ISO 14000. toxic organics. definitions. tall stacks. Unit operations. concepts and management aspects. radioactivity. biological transformations and bioturbation.EEM 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[3] INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT Sources and types of wastes. dispersion. Ion Exchange. metal plating. large lakes. Review of flow in pipes and open channel flow. PRINCIPLES AND DESIGN OF WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT SYSTEMS Definitions and Concepts: Water sources. sorption / desorption. Review of water quality characteristics and potable and industrial water standards. etc. cradle to grave concept. Philosophy of wastewater Treatment. Hydraulics of water treatment plant. distillary. heavy metals. sugar. iron and steel. compliance audit. wetlands. Finite difference and linear algebraic methods to solve the system equations. liquid and gaseous wastes. filtration. Estimation of water quantity. and disinfection processes. photochemical transformations. PRINCIPLES AND DESIGN OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL Definition and Concepts. momentum and energy balance. water use in industry. regulations. fluoride. Control and removal of specific pollutants in industrial wastewaters. hood and ducts. FATE AND TRANSPORT OF CONTAMINANTS IN NATURAL SYSTEMS Introduction. Adsorption. chemical transformations. Theory and Design of Water Supply Systems. subsurface flow and transport. etc.. solid. Review of pump characteristics. particulate and gaseous pollutant control.. fertiliser. Water Treatment Plant Design. recent trends in industrial waste management. Environmental audit. modelling of volatilization.g. sediments. Design of water distribution networks. Solid and hazardous wastes. Floatation. Theory and design of Conventional Unit Operations used in Water Treatment: Sedimentation. lakes. advection. Unit processes.g. environmental audit versus accounts audit. Review of 169 EEM 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[3] EEM 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EEM 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[3] . brief review of mass. Water supply. industrial water quality requirements. thermal power plants. oil and grease. e. deterioratation in water quality. Percipitation. clean technologies. Chemical requirement and residuals management. life cycle analysis. Case studies of various industries. cyanide. Theory and Design of Advanced Unit Operations used in Water Treatment: Membrane Processes. Concepts of scale in natural systems.

role of world bank. LEGISLATION & SOCIAL IMPACT Broad aspects of environmental economics. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS. Types of optimization problems. environmental programmes and policies of the government of India. engineering and management. disposal on Land. Wastewater Collection. Emphasis on problem formulation and application of available software in the areas of environmental science. Exploratory data analysis. Design of sewers and sewerage systems. Wastewater Disposal. Gravity Waves. Environmental Decision making. Environmental impact assessment (EIA). Hydraulics of wastewater treatment plant. sustainable development. matricies. rationale and historical development of EIA. Global Warming. disposal to sea. industrial pollution. Probability and Statistical Methods. methodologies and socio-economic aspects of EIA.Wastewater quality parametrs and discharge standards for aquatic and land disposal. Residual management. problem formulation. Ozone. Aerobic processes. energy. Environmental legislation. Decision matrices. Tertiary treatment. Linear and non-linear regression analysis. regional and global environmental strategies. environmental movements. Finite difference techniques. and its associate bodies. Screens. sectoral policies regarding land. Analysis of varience. Rossby Waves. role of U. administering global environmental funds. ODs and PDs. water. Natural Design. Secondary treatment. Planning and siting of Wastewater treatment plant. Decision making techniques. Basic Concepts of numerical differentiation and integration. Greenhouse Effect. Design of experiments. status of EIAs in india. management of environment. Bar-rack. Wastewater treatment. Grit chamber. 170 ECO 747 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EEM 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY. Monto Carlo simulation. disposal to inland waters such as lakes reservoirs. Basic Concepts. rivers and streams. Optimization. series. Chemical requirements and material balance.N. forestry. case studies stressing socio-economic aspects of EIA. Estimation of wastewater quantity. Numerical Methods. Introduction to Atmospheric Models: Simple Radiative model. Atmospheric Observations: The mean Temperature and Wind Fields. Scaling and ranking techniques. and human resources development. Anaerobic processes. Nutrient removal. Primary sedimentation. various theorems. structural changes for environmental managements. Probability distribution. Problem formulation and statement. EEM 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] QUANTATIVE METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Review of Basic Mathematical Concepts. Equalization tank. Principles of open Channel flow. society and environment. Preliminary treatment. 3-0-0-0-4 Atmosphere as a Physical system. solution of linear and nonlinear equations. environmental programmes and policies in developed and developing countries.

Aerosol-cloud interactions. The Tephigram.aqueousphase. Cloud Formation Mass Conservation. Bimolecular Reactions. Baroclinic Instability. Models for global warming and cooling.Stokes Equation. Transport of Chemicals. Gravity Waves. The Material Derivative. TECH. Photodissociation. Moisture in the Atmosphere. Further Atmospheric Fluid Dynamics: Vorticity and Potential Vorticity. Parcel Concepts. The Equation of State for the Atmosphere.Atmospheric Thermodynamics: The Ideal Gas Law. Entropy and Potential Temperature. Quasi Geostrophic Motion. Rotating Frames of Reference. Stratospheric Ozone. The Laminar Ekman Layer. The Boussinesque Approximation. Coagulation and coagulation kernels. Alternative form of the Continuity Equation. The Available Potential Energy. Barotropic Instability. Condensation/evaporation. Effect of pollutants on Earth’s radiation budget. Sedimentation and dry deposition. The Saturated Adiabatic Lapse Rate. EEM 699 M. THESIS 171 . Homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation. Equations of Motion in Coordinate Form. Pressure Coordinates and Geopotential. Chapman Chemistry. Boundary Layers. Catalytic Cycles. Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions. Aerosol Dynamics: Discrete and continuous aerosol size distributions. The Navier. saturation vapour pressure corrections. Fluxes to a particle population. General Considerations. Atmospheric Composition. Chemical equilibria. The Antarctic Ozone Hole. Radiation scattering by aerosols and clouds. Chemical Kinetics. Geostropic and Hydrostatic Approxi-mations. Aerosol and Global Climate: Trends in anthropogenic emissions and troposphere composition. Solar and terrestrial radiation. Heterogeneous reactions in aerosol. Thermodynamics of atmospheric aerosols. Hydrostatic Balance.

in Tel Nos : +91-512-259 7510 / 7632 195 . S. Raina.HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROFESSORS Boruah BH Dixit Shikha Krishnan L Neelakantan G (Head) Pattnaik BK Raina AM Rath Binayak Saxena KK Sharma AK Sinha AK Sinha S binay achla brath kks arunk aks suraji boruah 7931 shikha 7157 lk gn 7287 7872 7510 7925 7894 7155 7129 7946 7186 7268 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Bhushan Braj Chandran Mini Kumar Ravi Priya Madan A Mathur S. Prasad PM Roy Satyaki Saha Bhattacharya Singh SK brajb minic krp amman 7024 7191 7750 7073 skmathur 6240 pmprasad 7693 satyaki Sarani sanjay 7616 7064 7501 LECTURERS ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Chakrabarti. Jha Munmun Mathur Suchitra Ravichandran T Tomy CA mjha 7615 Patil K. suchitra 7836 trc cat 7871 7633 Sarma AVRS avrs 6137 aninditac 6138 kpatil 7616 Convenor. DUGC : Convenor.P. AM suchitra achla 7836 7894 E-mails : _____@iitk. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: Mathur. A.

Sc. programmes in all disciplines except Fine Arts. After admission. Only when these requirements are successfully met. is the candidate admitted to Ph. Admission to the M. would enable them to appreciate their role in national reconstruction by responding to the challenges of the time. English (including Linguistics). The department offers a five-year integrated M. Fine Arts.The emphasis on teaching of humanities and social sciences for the overall intellectual and social development of the students of technology is an important feature of the undergraduate curriculum at IIT Kanpur. they prepare themselves to take the comprehensive examination. Students are normally required to complete their research work within four years from the date of their enrolment in the programme. which tests their overall preparedness for undertaking research. candidacy and allowed to work on his/her thesis.D. The Department consists of six major disciplines: Economics. programme in Economics and Ph. Thereafter. it is hoped.Sc. Philosophy. programme at IIT Kanpur is somewhat different from that in the universities.D. This education intends to expand the students’ horizon of knowledge by exposing them to areas of study which make them sensitive to a wide range of human problems and social phenomena. Psychology and Sociology.D. 196 . Admission to the programme is based on an all-India qualifying test like CSIR/UGC/GATE and a subsequent interview which may be supplemented by a written test. Such a holistic education. students are required to pass eight advanced level courses in their areas over a period of two semesters. The structure of the Ph. programme is through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and there is no need to have economics as a prerequisite for this at the 10+2 level.

(5-YEARS) STUDENT ECONOMICS SEMESTER FIRST C O U R S E COM 101 PHY 101 MTH 101 ESC 101 PE 101 HSS-I-1 ENG 112 SECOND TA 101 PHY 103 MTH 102 ESC 102 ECO 100 PE 102 THIRD MTH 203 CHM 201 TA 201 ESO-1 ECO 201 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO 209 ECO 202 ECO 231 OE-1 FIFTH HSS-II-1 ECO 311 ECO 321 ECO 333 ECO 341 SEMESTER SIXTH ECO 303 ECO 312 ECO 332 DE . HSS-III and HSS-IV Engineering Science Options must be chosen from the list of courses as advised by the Convenor.CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR M.6 OE .Sc.2 EIGHTH ECO 423 ECO 424 NDE .5 CHM 201 ESO ESO 209 HSS MTH 203 TA 201 DE NDE OE ECO *** Chemistry Engineering Science Option Probability & Statistics Humanities & Social Sciences Mathematics-III Manufacturing Processes Departmental Elective Non Departmental Elective Open Elective (any course in any Department) Professional Courses Microeconomics I Macroeconomics Economic Problems and Policy Microeconomics II Econometric Methods Econometric Practice Industrial Economics Development Economics Money and Banking Environmental Economics and Policy ECO 413 Planning Techniques Economics of Regulation and IPR Financial Economics Economic Analysis of Law International Economics Public Economics Environmental Impact Analysis Project-I Project-II * Students are not entitled for economics courses in HSS-II.4 OE .2 NDE . DUGC 197 .2 DE .3 ECO 201 ECO 202 ECO 231 ECO 303 ECO 311 ECO 312 ECO 321 ECO 332 ECO 333 ECO 341 ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO 422 423 424 434 535 543 598 599 NINTH ECO 535 ECO 543 ECO 598 DE .3 OE .5 DE .1 OE-2 SEVENTH ECO 413 ECO 422 ECO 434 DE .4 TENTH HSS-II-2 ECO 599 DE .

ECO 537. ECO 527. ECO 547 ECO 404 ECO 405 ECO 406 ECO 407 ECO 408 ECO 425 ECO 442 ECO 514 ECO 526 ECO 527 ECO 528 ECO 536 ECO 537 ECO 544 ECO 545 ECO 546 ECO 547 History of Economic Thought Contract Economics Economics of Research & Development Monetary Economics Advanced Macroeconomics Network Economics Energy Economics Input-Output Techniques Economics of Biotechnology Multinational Enterprises Computational Finance Regional Economics Law. ECO 536. Technology and Public Policy Human Development Health Economics and Health Care Policy Transport Economics Water Resource Economics 198 . ECO 514. ECO 406. ECO 546. ECO 526. ECO 545. ECO 405. ECO 544. ECO 408. ECO 442. ECO 425. ECO 407.DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES FOR ECONOMICS ECO 404. ECO 528.

Sculpture. An introduction to the visual analysis and criticism of art-reading an art object. Space Illusion. difference between building and architecture. What is Style?. Art and perception. material consideration. ART 102 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO ART CRITICISM & APPRECIATION Introduce fundamental visual skills and analytical skills. Fundamental concepts of two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms. Art under the Mughal Dynasty. POP Art. Art of Gandhar.the contents span from Art in the Ancient World (Prehistoric. Maurya Period. Byzantine. Advertisements etc. etc. Space in Architecture. Art under Rajput Influence. Style in Architecture. Romanesque. Introduction to Architecture. 199 . and close observation of art and performing art. Sculpture. Critical thinking about various forms of art. Print-making. Early Civilization in India. Performing Art. Principles of Analysis of Art. colonial Period in India. Psychology of Colour Perception & Design. demonstrations and related studio projects to explore technicalities and familiarize with various 2-D and 3-D media works in context of developments in western art. Studio: 2-D Exercise. ART 103 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART Outline history of Western Art with continuous weaving and changing of traditions from the prehistoric and primitive culture through the different periods and styles up to the early decades of 19th century art practices .. ART 104 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ARCHITECTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Man-made Environment and Natural Environment Primary Function of Enclosed Space-shelter building.what is architecture. Renaissance to the Rocco and an introduction to modern World. Studio: to familiarize with various 2-D & 3-D media works. Field Trip. Indus Valley Civilization. Ancient Near Eastern. Printmaking. Egyptian. Photography & Film. Methodology of Criticism & Appreciation. Style in Painting. Style in Sculpture Architecture. Medieval Period. 3-D Exercises. Colour.).. Theoretical principles for painting. Studio : Lab sessions invoves practical exercises. etc. Painting.Comics. Gupta Period. the Middle ages (early Christian.).COURSE DESCRIPTION ART 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] INDIAN ART AND CIVILIZATION Introduction to Early Civilization of Mesopotania Egypt.

Principle of Architecture. and aims to develop reading comprehension. MACROECONOMICS Prereq. Relationship between Environmental Design and Architecture. Theory of distribution. Dilemma of development. The role of economist in governance MICROECONOMICS I Theory of consumer behavior.Perfect competition. Business organizations and income. Circular Flow of Income. Investment Function. 200 ENG 112C L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Traditional design in architecture-Vastu Shashtra ancient principles in architecture & town planning. economics and environment. IS-LM Model. Linkages between technology. Basic concepts of supply and demand. Principles of Environmental Design. listening. Pricing. Theories of International Trade and Balance of Payment ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS This course imparts training in the use of English language for communicative purposes. Keynesian Cross Model and Expenditure Multiplier. Production theory. Modern Architectural PrinciplesIndustrial Revolution and modern building concept of houses and multi-story building. # ECO 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ECO 202 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. Monopoly oligopoly. The Theory of Inflation. Modern Environmental Design concept in urban planning Studio: Scale model and field survey ECO 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSION For whom the bell tolls. The Language Lab component seeks to provide training in pronunciation and listening skills. Output and Expenditure. National Income Accounting Methods. Classical Models. writing. Demand for Money. Expenditure and Fiscal Policy. What is economics?. Consumption Function. Environmental Design and Landscaping. Theory of demand and supply. Instruction is carried out in small tutorial groups for effective individual attention. Macroeconomic Stabilization Policies. Govt. Costs of production. Aggregate Demand and Supply Functions. Traditional Concept of Environmental Design. Markets . The role of economist in business and industry. freedom and opportunities. and spoken language skills of the student. Central Problems of very economic society. The role of economist in societal development. Development.

Evaluation. Linguistics as a Language Science. Drama.ENG 122 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS Introducing Language. Language as a cognitive faculty. Modern Linguistics. Literature and Society with special reference to Indian Literature and Society. and methodological issues. Essay. Approaches to the Study of Literature. language and the state. Understanding Language. Special problems in understanding Modern Literature. language and identity. Ancient Indian Linguistics. Reader response to the study of Literature. Autobiography. Language as a sociocultural artifact. dominance and conflict. Appreciation. Natural Language and Artificial Language. Language and Society. Forms and Validity Epistemic and Metaphysical Ignorance as well as knowledge The Ultimate Reality and the Paths to it. Literary Forms. shift and attrition. Language and communication. multilingual communities. INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN PHILOSOPHY The method Purvapaksa-Siddantha method and Pramana method The Most Common Presuppositions : The Theory of Karma and Dharma The Astika-Nastika (orthodox-heterodox) division The Debate about Knowledge : its Sources. Poetry. Topics of study include problems of definition. Evolution of Language. language variation. LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY The objective of this course is to sensitize students to the social dimension of language. standardization. ENG 123 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 124 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PH1 140 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PHI 141 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 201 . Indian multilingualism. linguistic prejudice and inequality. linguistic determinism. language and nation. Fiction. critical discourse analysis. Interpretation. Applying linguistics to computer processing of natural language. Natural Language and Animal Communication Systems. INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE Nature and Functions of Literature.

General Introduction to the Course. Groups and Institutions). Organizations: Formal & Informal. Culture. structural differentiation. Motivation and Emotion. Roles and skills of applied psychologists. Kinds of Metaphysics. Techniques of Proof construction. Social Processes of Change:-Defining social change. various processes of change like Urbanization. Nature of Knowledge. Meta-Ethics. Proofs for the Existence of God.Social Stratification. Identity and Definite Description. Interdefinebility and Dependencies Between Propositions. Arguments involving General Propositions. Relational Propositions and Relational Arguments. Modernization (Social mobilization and differentiation. Property variables and Properties of properties. historical perspective. Clinical and counselling psychology. Social Institutions:. Learning.Basic concepts (Roles. Sentential Connectives. Perspectives (Functionalist. Individual Differences. areas of applied psychology.) PSY 151 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PSY 152 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SOC 171 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 202 . Sources of Knowledge. APPLICATION OF PSYCHOLOGY TO LIFE Nature and scope of applied psychology. Industrial and organizational psychology. Mind-Body Dualism. consensual mass tendencies. etc. Normative Ethics. Formal Deductive systems and their Properties. Memory. Positivistic Critique of Metaphysics. The Problem of Perception. Social Structure. Conflict & Interactionist). Personality. Legal Psychology. Decision Procedures. Higher Cognitive Processes. Industrialization. Values. ethical issues in applied psychology. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Psychological Perspectives and Approaches. INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY Sociology as a Science of Human Society: Introduction:. Introduction To Predicate Logic. Intelligence. Perception. Free will and Moral responsibility. Family and marriage. Norms. Religion. Educational psychology. Ecological Psychology. Metaphysical Systems. PHI 142 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC Introduction : Business of Logic. Community psychology and mental health. Skepticism.

Impressionism & Post-Impressionism. 203 . Westernization.Pure Plastic Art’ & ‘Neo-Plastic Art’ Bauhaus. Urban Context. Demographic transition. ART 402 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ART 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ENGINEERING DESIGN-AN ART Creativity in Design. Field Trip. The project execution includesinnovative ideas.SOC 173 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN SOCIETY Indian Sociology: An Introduction. Backward Caste. Philosophy & Aesthetics Relationships between Science. Product Design & Aesthetics. Islamic. detailed plan of action in steps. Marriage. Studio: Familiarize with various 2-D & 3-D media works. simple solution of the problem. Contemporary Social Problems. Manufacturing Process. In middle of the semester each group would do the project presentation (conceptual). Indian Social Institutions and Organisations-Family. MODERN ART Neoclassicism. Projects Execution: ‘The projects are to be executed by groups of students consisting three members in each group. Social Roots of Indian Society:-Vedic heritage. Indian Social Structure:-Rural Context. Form and context of Product Design. Technology & aesthetics Engg. Jajmani Relation. Comparison between architecture & building. Religion and education. Expressionism. Processes of Social Change in India. Comic Art. Concept of space in design. Social Movements in India:-Reformist. Nationalist. Common civil code. Design Paradigm. Sanskritisation. Constructivism. Surrealism. Dada & ‘Ready Made’. Romanticism. Brahminic. Design Problem & Aesthetics Craft and Industrial Design. Fauvism. Caste and Tribe. construction Architecture & Urban Planning Landscaping & Ecology Environment and Architecture. Minimalism. and fabricate a functional or scaled model. POP and OP Art. Suprematism. Project presentation at the end of the semester. Design Process. detailed lists of plan of execution. Conceptual Art. Realism. Secularism. De Stijl. Reservation policy. Agrarian. Design-structure. Bauhaus. Man made environment & natural environment. Futurism. Principles of Architecture. British. Cubism. ART 405 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ARCHITECTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Primary function of enclosed space. etc. and Ergonomics. Impressionism & Post-Impressionism. Costing.

color. Decoupled and Coupled Design. Uncoupled. Town Planning & Vastu Shashtra Modern architecture. What Is Design ?. Configuration Optimization. Studio: (i) Environmental Ethics related problem survey and presentation. CONCEPT & PRACTICE Creativity in Design. Design Process. Traditional Indian architecture. Man and Nature relationship through philosophy.Architecture & Environmental Design history. Optimal structure configuration. Difference between Products. What is Problem?. New material concepts in Modern Architecture Environment and architecture History of ancient urban planning. environmental design and Landscaping.Landscaping & Environmental Design. Environmental Conflicts. New material concepts in Modern Architecture. Creativity of Design Concept. Brand Positioning. Ergonomics. Creating Forms. layout design and goal-oriented communication 204 . Nature and Scope of Engineering in Human Society A short history of Engineering Education at Bauhaus. Design & Industrial Design. Art (Aesthetics) in Industrial Design. Introduction to the history of architecture related to environment. ART 407 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ENGINEERING DESIGN – CREATIVITY. ART 406 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN & ETHICS Understanding of environmental issues viewed from interdisciplinary perspective. shape. The principles of Modern Design from. Ethical issues related to various modern environmental problems. Environmental Design problem in Developing Countries. Design Principle. Introduction to Environmental Ethics. Studio Work : Product design project (proto-type of functional model) ART 408/ CSE 468/ ME 458 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-2-0-0-[4] VISUAL COMMUNICATION Principles of visual display. Modern Urban Planning. Design Philosophy. (ii) Scale Model . religion and ethics. Decision Making. Environmental Design problem in Developing Countries. Studio : Scale model project execution. Modern urban planning. texture ets analysis. Legal Issues in Product Design. Problem definition or formulation. Products of Static and Dynamic Society Colour Aesthetics. Environment and architecture.

Cases of Incomplete Information. General equilibrium theory.Static. ECO 231 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AND POLICY Global economic issues and challenges. In this module students will be encouraged to make conceptual project proposal and possible applications. Policy towards social infrastructure. Economic institutions: markets. Issues in visual communication. Hetesoscedasticity. Ball Sheet. ART 409 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] DESIGN PARADIGM (i) Introduction to Design Paradigm : Recognizing Design Paradigm. Multi-function Objects. Qualitative response regression models. Principle agent model. Social choice theory ECONOMETRIC METHODS Methodology of econometrics. government. 205 ECO 311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . etc. Panel data regression models. and social groups. (ii) Design Paradigm and Practice. Visual communication over Internet. interactive and multimedia visual communication. Model Selection. Design and Nature. Objects with in Objects. Where does Form come from ? Simple Shape Analysis . The nature of regression analysis. Theory of welfare. Layout and design of textual information Design and development of animation/film. Indian agriculture and rural economy. 2 x 2 production model. Policy towards international capital flow MICROECONOMICS II Prereq. Studio: Related Project Execution. # ECO 303 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Non-cooperative games. Lagged variables. Trade and foreign exchange policy. data compression and data Communication. Bending and Flexing. (iii) Related Studio Projects exploring the principles of paradigm.Samvebon theories. Autocorelation and Malticollinearity. Bigger and Smaller. Assumptions of the classical lineas ugeension Models. Fundamental theorey of welfare economics. From global to national issues. Stoper . Dynamic games. Data representation. dynamic. Tube.The Platonic Solids. Paradigm as Metaphor. Dummy variable regression models. The Human Body. Binary Relation. Multiple Object Relations. Rybctynsti theory. Concept of Enclosure. Information asymmetry and adverse selection. Presentation. media study. Industrial economy. Two variable regression analyses. Multiple regression analyses. Simultaneous moves games. Indian economic issues and policy. Pine exchange economy.

Project assignment MONEY AND BANKING Prereq. Empirical Studies on StructureConduct-Performance Relationship. Upgrading and Dealership. Research and Development. Theories of development. and Term structure of Interest Rates. Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition. Non-linear regression models ECO 312 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ECONOMETRIC PRACTICE Prereq. Collusion and Cartels. Basic features of underdeveloped countries/ LDCs. Concentration. The development indices.Dynamic econometric models. The stages of economic development. Mergers and Entry Barriers. Quality. Strategy towards imports /export balance of payments. The global strategy: new international economic order (NIEO). Technology. Strategy towards foreign capital / external finances. Nurksian strategy. Types of models. Deterministic and stochastic models INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS Prereq. Strategies and policies towards development. # ECO 332 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Trends in international development. Models of the firm and industry. Time series econometrics. Money Supply. Macroeconometric models. Microeconometric models. Management. Perspective and methodological issues involved in growth and development. Models of international trade and finance. Entry and Exit. Compensation and Regulation DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Prereq. Applications to development economics. Balanced / unbalanced growth approach. Sectoral strategy. Money Market. The policy of structural adjustment. Pricing Tactics: Discriminatory Pricing. Production Cost and Demand. Some recent contributions to development theory. Basic concepts in Game Theory. Empirical Studies on Market Performance. Market Structure. # Economic theory and econometrics. 206 . Durability and Warranties. Simultaneous equation models. Dualistic development. Foundations of Oligopoly Theory. Banking institutions. Regulatory and promotional institutions. Marketing Tactics: Bundling. Sources of data. Strategic Behavior: Investment in Entry Deterrence. Advertising. Markets for Differentiated Products. Perfect Competition. Markets for Homogeneous Products. # ECO 321 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. # ECO 333 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Functions of Money and Interest Rates. Vertical Restraints.

patents. Natural resorces accounting. and instruments. public research etc. Research policy MONETARY ECONOMICS Prereq. Internalisation of externalities. and IPR. Incomplete and incentive contracts. HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT Prereq. Contingent claims. Implicit contracts.patents. and control. # ECO 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. household production. International technology transfer. secrecy. Product life cycles theories. Market failures and technology. Credible monetary policy 207 . R&D policy. Neutrality of money. Transfer prices. Social Choice : How much environmental protection. # ECO 405 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. targets. # ECO 406 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. CONTRACT ECONOMICS Prereq. monitoring. # ECO 407 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Demand for money. Internalisation of externalities. Technology financing and technology joint ventures. household production model & constructed markets method. Economics of contracts (adverse selection and moral hazard).The environmental issues and policies in India. Central bank goals. Efficient contracts. Time consistent versus discretionary policies. imitation. Economics of natural resources. International trade and technology. Social Choice : How much environmental protection.the determinants of innovation. Environmental valuation. Auctions and bidding. Tronsboundary pollotion Sustainable development. Market failure: Public bad and externalities. Firm-level strategic decisions. Models of innovation: product and process innovation. Tronsboundary pollution Sustainable development. model & consolouted markets method. Technology and technological change. Regulation : Emission Fees & Marketable permits. Supply of money. Hedonic price method. small firms. # Introduction.. Innovation and growth. and diffusion of innovation. National technology policy . Methods of appropriating rents . Adoption. Natural resource accounting. Economics of natural resources. Money in a growth model. Regulation of contracts ECONOMICS OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Prereq. Environmental valuation.ECO 341 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY Prereq. Principal agent models. R&D and licensing. Schumpeterian perspective: evidence on big vs. Technology and market structure . Market failure: Public bad and externatities. Money in an OLG model. Monetary aggregates. The environmental issues and policies in India. Regulations : Emission Fees & marketable permits. Hedonic price method. Hidden action.

Externalities. rules vs. # ECO 413 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Social accounting matrix. Leontief’s open and closed I-O models. Trademark and Service Mark. The Solow growth model. Managing bond portfolio. Project development cycles. Patents. Regulatory capture. The term structure of interest rates. Product quality. Return. Consumption and investment. etc. Basics of financial markets. Search frictions and unemployment.. Option valuation. # ECO 424 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction to economic analysis of law. and controls. Contracts and warranties. transport etc. Copyrights. and Economic theory of tort law in addition. Continuous Issues in IPR (Such as Biotechnology and IPR. Public enterprise regulation. # Introduction.). safety. Protection of New Plant Varieties. Futures and forward markets. The capital asset pricing model.ECO 408 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS Prereq. # ECO 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction. Options and other derivatives. Index models and the arbitrage pricing theory. Bond prices and yields. Antitrust Policy and IPR. Methods of measurement of benefits and costs of projects. Protection of Layout of Designs Integrated Circuit. Industrial Designs Registration. Role of project in development planning. Budget deficits and fiscal policy PLANNING TECHNIQUES Prereq. Agreements and IPR Linkages. Infinite-horizon and overlapping-generation models. Regulatory practices. Traditional Keynesian theories of fluctuations. environmental concerns. Multipliers and linkages in the I-O model. Real-business-cycle theory. FINANCIAL ECONOMICS Prereq. Market efficiency. Capital budgeting decisions. Economic theory of property law. Discriminatory pricing. implementation agencies. Controlling franchises. Identification of the key sectors. Portfolio management techniques ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW Prereq. Commercial profit vs. Case studies ECONOMICS OF REGULATION AND IPR Prereq. TRIPS and Access to Medicines. social profitability analysis. How securities are traded?. Rationale for regulation and antitrust. and health issues. Portfolio selection. Incomplete nominal adjustment. risk and risk aversion. Litigation. Organization of basic data for I-O models. # ECO 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Basic accounting principles. Empirical evidence of market returns. The course focuses on any are of the following madule(s) : Economic crimes and 208 . Security analysis. Mutual funds and the institutional environment. Restructuring and deregulation of key sectors such as energy. New growth theory. Inflation and monetary policy.

lock-ins and network structure. Why study international trade and finance. Information and scale economies. Arguments for and against protection.penalties. Energy issues in India CURRENT ISSUES IN LINGUISTICS Conceptualising language: Internalised and externalised language. The primary (extractive) energy industries (oil and natural gas). Universal Grammar: Constraints on possible grammars. The software industry. methodology. The hardware industry. intellectual property rights management and standards. Growth and trade. Financial assessments of network firms and the future. International monetary system. The electric utility industry. Energy and air pollution. Trends in energy production and consumption. Study of Ilanguage: Boundaries. ENERGY ECONOMICS Prereq. Switching cost. # Overview of network industries. Telecommunication. Foreign exchange markets and exchange rates. growth. Alternative theories of trade. Trade policies for development. Versioning. International trade and technical change. Economic efficiency. # ECO 434 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Global trade in goods and services. Electric utility and regulation. Internal and External Balance with Fixed and Flexible Exchange rate. Economic analysis of labor law. Non-tariff import barriers. Economic theory of natural resource extraction. Economic theory of administrative law. Global effects of energy use. Benefits and costs of the Globalication Process. architecture and optimality of design imperfections and their possible explanations. Theory of comparative advantage. Empiricial Tests of Trade Therics. Crosslinguistic Variation: Principles and parameters approach. and modeling. The network economy and regulatory/ antitrust policies. Basic theory of international trade. Language Faculty: Modularity. Network structures in the airline industry INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Prereq. Renewable energy sources and energy conservation. Project assignment ECO 425 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] NETWORK ECONOMICS Prereq. Regional trading blocks. Broadcasting and markets for information. Implications of Heckser-Ohlin theory. # ECO 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction: energy and economics. Exchange rate and open economy. The Microsoft antitrust case. Economic analysis of competition law. Economics of import tariff. Balance of payments. theory and epistemology. International factor movements. Corporations and corporate finance. morphology as the locus 209 ENG 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] .

Meaning theories: Epistemological basis of meaning theories. Pirandello’s Six Characters. metonymy and related modes of figurative discourse. Miscommunication. power and ideology. Ideologic approaches to meaning. Non-verbal codes. European Drama & European Society. Millier’s Death of a Salesman. The Relationship between Ideology and Literary Creativity.for language variation. refutations. Discoursal Meaning. THE INDO-ANGLIAN NOVEL Background. linguistic knowledge and world knowledge. From Independence through the 1970s. Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano. Ibsen’s The Wild Duck. Multiple Ideological Readings of Literary Texts. ENG 431 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 432 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 433 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 210 . the new rhetorics. feminist critique of language. Ideology. Metaphor. connotation and myth. An Overview of the Theatre. Contemporary discourse analytic approaches. argumentation. Language Faculty and Interface Systems. ENG 425 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] COMMUNICATION: PERSPECTIVES AND PRACTICE Introducing the field: A multidisciplinary orientation. Maxims and implicatures. cognitive and social basis of non-verbal codes. Communication resources: Phatic and integrative potential of language underdetermination of meaning. Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard. Explaining Language Change. Semiotics: Signs and modality. The PostRushdie Indo-Anglian Novel. MODERN DRAMA Introduction to Drama. Stages in rhetorical composition. Ideology-based Schools of Criticism. Communicative intent. manipulative potential of language. sub-categories. Semantics reconsidered. types of rhetorical argument. Knowledge and consensus. Social construction of meaning. Literary engagement as reaction: critique. An Overview of American Drama. Literary engagement as elaboration: Manifesto Literature. Rhetorics: Aristotelian rhetorics. Absurd Drama: An Overview. Russian Society in the 19th Century. Literary Criticism: Aesthetics vs. language and social control. syntagmatic and paradigmatic analysis Denotation. Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. Pragmatics: Speech acts. etc. Strategies for Reading Indo-Anglian Novels. Traditional Indian Theories of Meaning. The Beginnings. Contextualising Language: Language as a carrier of culture. Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. LITERATURE AND IDEOLOGY Introduction to “Ideology:” Definitions. etc. Knowledge. syllogistic and rhetorical reasoning. Strindberg’s The Father.

Exemplification through selected texts. Realism. WRITER’S VISION OF THE FUTURE Definition and Origins of Visionary Writing. American Modernism. Art & the Artist in Modernist Novel. American Novel. Indian Aesthetic Theory and Critical Practice. Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms. TOPICS IN LITERARY MOVEMENTS Romanticism. INDIAN LITERATURE Issues in Indian Literature. The term ‘censorship’ implies external restrictions imposed on literary works by the government or other sources of power like organised religion. Futuristic Writing and Science Fiction. Magical Realism. Impact of freedom movement on Indian Literature. In the process. and Indian literatures in English. POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE This course will outline the broad parameters of “postcolonialism” as a mode of literary criticism and debate its role in English literary studies through a study of British. Forster’s A Passage to India. Summing Up. Modernism & the English Novel. LITERATURE AND CENSORSHIP The course proposes to explore the issue of censorship in literature. Woolf’s To the Lighthouse. It can also encompass self-censorship imposed by the writer in response 211 ENG 435 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 436 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 437 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 438 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 439 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . African. Novel in the Anglo-American Literary tradition. Literature of Psychoanalysis. Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night. The Utopian Tradition and the Renaissance. Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. and how it affects creativity. Major concerns in 19th & 20th century British.ENG 434 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN NOVEL Introduction to the Novel. Caribbean. questions such as the term’s validity as an historical marker.colonial global politics as well as the theoretical formulations of post-structuralism. Visionary Writing and Social Change. Romance & the Novel in America. Literature of Ideas. Relationship between Visionary and Fantastic Literature. Existentialism. and its privileged metropolitan academic location will be discussed in detail. Naturalism. Literature of Protest and Rebellion. Feminism and Woolf. Dalit literature. Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist. its vexed relationship with neo. Influence of Western Thought.

Letter Writing. prose. agendas and minutes. the course will examine the ways in which various social categories overdetermine the contours of various literary genres and the extent to which genres are contained within cultural-temporal boundaries. social. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENGLISH extraneous factors. the one-act play. ENG 440 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN LITERARY GENRES This course will explore the concept of literary genre and its implications for both the production and reception of literary works. Case Two. interviews). Bid for Power (Video Serial for practice in the skills). Feasibility reports. fantasy. notices. the epic. gothic fiction. Semantics 212 ENG 441 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 443 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Employment Communications (Includes job ads. Report writing (including memos). Business letters. Strategies: Identifying audiences and purposes. resumes. The attempt will be to understand why literature often comes under attack and also to analyse the impact of such restrictive practices on the writer as well as the reader. Meetings and Discussions. letter of application. Resumes and job letters. Case One. this course will investigate the form and content of specific genres such as the pastoral. Case Three. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION Importance of good communication skills. Public speaking. Delving beyond the broad divisions of poetry. On the Phone. Seminars and group discussions. Complexity of technical and professional communication. Case Four. Semantic Structure and its Computational Modelling. Specific skills needed. In the process. Proposals. Writing Minutes. detective fiction. ethical and legal Implications of technical communication. Telexes & Faxes. Semantics and Semantic modelling: Philosophical and Linguistic Approaches to emantics. Selecting visual elements. Common usage problems NATURAL LANGUAGE SEMANTICS Familiarisation with issues in semantic knowledge representation from the point of view of human and machine processing of natural language. Students are also required to do a project which entails preparation of a business case. Meetings and negotiations. The social use of English. Interviews. Informal conversations. It will also situate these genres within a historical context and explore their regional variations by studying Western texts alongside non-Western ones from the same genre. the dramatic monologue. Quotations and tenders Instruction manuals. Readability: General principles. self-inventories. and drama. Memos. etc.

In the process. pangs of isolation and alienation. the ‘fidelity’ debate. An Overview of Generative Grammatical Models in Ancient India and in modern times from a Comparativepoint of view. Somerset Maugham and Upamanyu Chatterjee to semi. as will as futuristic representations. Ontological Semantics. R. Pragmatic Structure: Implicature and Non-literalness. media. democratic. and attempts for salvaging sanity from a maddeningly disordered world. Modelling Pragmatic Knowledge. technological. these literary works for study in the course include the classics of world literature from George Orwell. fantasies. and by extension. Logical form for Natural Language: Quantification. Richard Bach and Robert Pirsig. Paninian Grammar as a Generative Grammar. interrogate.totalitarian. LITERATURE AND THE INDIVIDUAL The precarious role of an individual in a dynamic society. Situation Semantics. Paulo Coelho. FrameNet Semantics. WordNet and Generative Lexicons. K. it will delve into topics such as the semiotics of translation. graphic narratives and films. Syntax-Semantics Interface: Syntactic and Semantic Parsing. their societies. Narayan .Pragmatics Distinction. and cultures. etc-has been and intense and perennial subject of concern in literature. Modern Generative Grammar (First Phase). Event and qualia Structure. Herman Hesse. Ernest Hemingway. loss of identity search for self. Some Fundamental Ideas in Paninian Linguistics.philosophical and prpular texts of Ayn Rand. Khalil Gibran. Lexical Semantics. and affect changes in the lives of individuals. Discourse Representation Theory. Many literary works deal with such problems of humanity as the constraints of individual freedom. ENG 444 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] ANCIENT INDIAN AND MODERN GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS An Overview of Linguistics in Ancient India and in modern times from a Comparative Perspective. probe into the prevalent values. Saul Bellow. Outlines of the Principles and Parameters Grammar. struggele for individual survival. Argument. Universal Networking Language. Focusing primarily on literary texts. the relationship between adaptation and appropriation. LITERATURE AND ADAPTATION This course will examine the processes and politics of adaptation as texts travel across genres. HPSG. Interlexical Relations. ideology and intention in the creation of adaptations etc. Lexical Underdetermination. Anaphoric Dependencies. through fables. These works. it will investigate the different vocabularies of each media and see how meaning is transformed as it travels across different languages. Apart from a utopian prophecy of deferred but ultimate triumph of humanity. ENG 445 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENG 446 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 213 . globalized.

Science and Value. The course aims at imparting students with professional skills of communication that are needed in regional. Logic and Empiricism. GANDHI AND EXISTENTIALISM This course deals with the philosophical ideas of Karl Marx. Personal Identity & the Self. cultural and linguistic variations. Significant topics for discussion include : 1. Communication Information Through Visuals 14. national and international situations. Current World Trends in Media Communication 3. Philosophical Theories of Mind: Cartesian Dualism. Scientific Explanation I : Theoretical Entities. Evidence. Etiquettes for the Net 11.. communication skills of the present times demand expertise in both hard skills as listening. Philosophical Taxonomy of Mental Phenomena: Sensations and Propositional Attitudes. Major emphasis is laid on the moral issues raised by these thinkers. Culture. Realism and Anti-realism. Functionalism. Scientific Revolution versus Normal Science. The methodology of the course is to use audio/ video gadgets in the language laboratory and provide appropriate training sessions. Gandhi and some of the important existentialist thinkers. Theory and Observation. Power 2. Writing Effective E. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE On what Philosophy of Science is. Cross. Induction and Probability. Environments and Information Load 9. The focus of the course is on the use of English language in national/ multinational corporations and communication mediated through mobile. Communication. Bayesian and Modern theories of Evidence. especially Jean-Paul Sartre and Matrin Heideggar. reading and writing abilities as well as soft skills as body language and etiquettes enhancesd with keen awareness of the local/ global. Benefits of Intercultural Communication 6. Scientific Explanation II : Naturalism. telephone. internet and other advanced technologies.ENG 451 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[4] GLOBAL COMMUNICATION Prerequisite : Any course in English is desirable In a global context.mails 13. Confirmation and Falsificationism. Materialism. spoken. Channels of Nonverbal Communication 15. Intercultural Competence 7.Cultural Communication Styles 10. Global Imbalances in Informational and Cultural Exchange 5. Interpersonal Communication 8. ISSUES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF MIND Philosophy and Psychology of Mind. Competence in Interviewing Contexts 16. Confidence in Use of Body Language. PHI 444 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PHI 446 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 214 . Behaviourism. e-mail. PHI 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MARXISM. Qualities of Effective Report Writing 12. Ethnographic Perceptions 4.

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ETHICS AND SOCIETY Individual and Social Morality; The Classical Indian Perspective: Purusharthas, Varnashrama Dharma, Theory of Karma and the Idea of Nishkama Karma; The Greek Perspective: - Constitution of Human Soul & Society (Plato); Ethics and the Health of the soul (Aristotle); Moral Virtues; Immanuel Kant: The ethics of Duty; Respect for Persons(For and Against); J.S. Mill: Utilitarianism (For and Against); Annette Baier: The Feminist Ethic; Applied Ethics: Sexual Morality: The Libertarian View (For and Against); Abortion: (for and Against); Euthanasia: (For and Against); Capital Punishment: (For and Against); Social Justice: (For and Against); Job Discrimination (For and Against); Animal Rights: (For and Against); Environmental Ethics (For and Against). INDIVIDUAL VS. AUTHORITY The distinction between Authority, Power and Sovereignty; Political forms of Authority; The individual’s Rights and his Legitimate Autonomy; Encroachment on the Individual’s Legtimate Sphere: its Sources and their Disguised Forms; Misuse of Power and Safeguards against it. PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS Major issues in Metaphysics, Epistemology and Ethics; Self and the world; Free Will; Mind-Body Problem; Theories of knowledge: Internalism & Externalism; The Meaning of Life. PHILOSOPHICAL AESTHETICS The Aesthetic attitude; Aesthetic Experience; Art and Aesthetic; Defining Art and its Problems; Art and Emotion; Literary Aesthetics; Art, Society and Morality; Philosophy of Literature. . TOPICS IN INDIAN PHILOSOPHY The subject considers topics in Indian philosophy from Ethics, Metaphysics and Epistemology and contrasts the Hindu and the Heterodox Buddhist and Carvaka approaches to these topics. In Ethics, the focus is on the Theory of Karma and its Relationship with Doctrines of Rebirth, Transmigration, Reincarnation and Moksa. In Metaphysics, we pay special attention on different theories regarding the Nature of the Self. In Epistemology the focus is on the search for a Definition of Knowledge.

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PHILOSOPHY OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE Functionalist Theories of the Mind; The Representational Theory of the Mind; Semantics of Mental Representations; Structure and Organization of Mind; Connectionism; The Problem of Intelligence. PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT Psychological adjustment in the mental health perspective, Dimensions of subjective adjustment. Methods of assessment, Conflict - the major views. Interpersonal maladjustment. Defence mechanisms in intra-personal conflict resolution, Psychological disorders, Anxiety, stress and burn-out, Emotions and adjustment, The self. The neo-Freudian and humanistic views of adjustment, Coping style, the sense of control, and learned helplessness. Depression and suicide, Psychotherapies. DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY This course presents a psychological perspective on human development which spans the entire life cycle of the individual. The development of each stage is taken up for its characteristics and potential. MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ATTITUDE CHANGE Theoretical and methodological foundations, The concept of development at individual, group, and systems levels. The role of affective processes, in relation to cognitive and conative processes, for individual and systems development. Perception and individual decision-making, Values and attitudes, Skills of active listening, role taking, communicating, conflict handling, bargaining and negotiations, and effective behavior in group settings, Towards working in teams: Problem–solving teams, self-managed work teams, cross-functional teams, virtual teams. Teams and work-force diversity, reinvigorating mature teams, Creating a culture of learning and managing planned change. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Social psychology as a branch of psychology - its historical background, Major features of contemporary social psychology. Methods adopted in social psychology. Aggression and violence. Attitudes. Social influence - Social facilitation. Social loafing, Social power, Conformity and Compliance, Obedience to authority. Distributive and procedural justice. Cooperation and competition in game-like settings, Coalition formation. Group dynamics. Specific issues in person perception. Social motivation.

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PSY 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]

ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY A framework for analysis, Person-Environment Relationship, Natural and manmade disasters. Reactions to environmental changes, Environmental perception and cognition, Environmental appraisal and aesthetics, Place attachment and rootedness : psychological consequences of displacement. Proxemics and personal space. Ecological concerns, Environmental design - vastu-shastra, architectural factors, and psychological reactions. Designing of specific places, Personality and the environment, Cultural factors in environmental and ecological psychology. INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY Taylorism and scientific management; employment psychology and training; test of special abilities and personality assessment, attitudes, morale and adjustment; principles of psycho-technology and consumer psychology; communication and leadership in organisation. INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS The general scope of interpersonal dynamics. Methods used in the study of interpersonal dynamics. Major theoretical approaches to Interpersonal Dynamics. Communication and Miscommunication in interaction - verbal and non-verbal aspects. Communicator style. Interpersonal attraction - The major models / theories, Interpersonal judgment. Self-monitoring and impression management. Transactional analysis. Power and dependence in dyadic exchange. Shyness and loneliness. Interpersonal conflicts and their management. The social self. Cultural factors in interpersonal relationships. Promoting positive interpersonal relationships- the role of empathy as a personality component. ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Organizations and the systems concept, The chronological sequence of development of thought in Organizational Behavior area, A road map for understanding organizational behavior: The elementary aspects of function and structure, their contributions to organizational existence, Organizational models, Motivation and performance, Leadership, Power, Control, Organizational Citizenship, and Antiorganization behaviors, Organizational Change and Organizational Development: Individual and group approaches and Significance of individual and group effectiveness through awareness of self and others. This last portion requires experiential learning sessions and basic human process related laboratory work. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS History, scope, and methodological foundations. Needs, values, attitudes, job217

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satisfaction, Basic motivation concepts and their applications, Understanding work teams, communication, conflict management and negotiations, Foundations of organizational structure, Work design and technology, Organizational culture, Organizational change, and factors contributing to the development, Case studies and problem solving sessions. PSY 460 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INDIVIDUAL AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS Prereq. #

Theoretical and methodological foundations. Motivation theory. Human learning, Problems and new directions for Industrial psychology, Methods of research and analysis especially relevant to Industrial psychology, Assessment of individual differences: Intelligence, creativity, personality, attitudes, abilities, skills, vocational preferences. Man-machine systems, job and task analysis, recruitment, selection, training, and placement, The social environment of industry: consumer behavior. Management of ineffective performance. MANAGERIAL PSYCHOLOGY Psychology in management: Different roles of a manager in the organization. A historical account of management philosophy.The functions performed by effective managers, The manager as a decision-maker: Psychological models of managerial decision-making, The manager as a motivator: major models of work motivation. Managerial motivation. Goal-setting, intrinsic motivation, and self-efficacy in work settings. The manager as a communication link : superior-subordinate communication. Determinants of and barriers to effective communication at the managerial level, The manager as a conflict-resolver: major psychological approaches to conflict management, resolution and handling, The manager as a reward allocator . Basic principles of distributive and procedural fairness from a managerial perspective. Organizational justice theories: perceived fairness of wage structure. Reactions to perceived organizational injustice. The competent manager: Boyatzis’ model. Thinking styles in strategic management. Cross-cultural perspectives in managerial behaviour, Case discussion on topics. ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY Engineering psychology and related areas: Professional and scientific aspects of engineering psychology; research tools and methods of engineering psychology, Human-machine systems: Concept and applications; analysis, design and evaluation of human machine systems, Human information input and processing: Sensory modalities; display of static and dynamic information; speech communications, Human activities: Energy expenditure, speed and accuracy of movement, Human control of systems: Anthropometric and biomechanical considerations; Design of controls, tools, equipment and related devices; design and arrangement of 218

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work place, physical space and environments, Cognitive ergonomics: Cognitive control of systems - task optimisation; human operator as a decision maker, improving human decision making and problem solving, Human-computer interaction: User interface and workstations; social computing; human factors in information access of distributed systems, Applications: Human factors in manufacturing, process control and transportation. PSY 463 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ATTITUDE CHANGE The objectives of the course is to help the student to know the psychological variables related to the development, change and resistance to new knowledge and practice. It will cover some theoretical and empirical issues. HUMAN PERFORMANCE Concepts and approaches: Human performance and human competence; conceptual models of human in working environment; criteria and approaches to assessment of human performance, Human skills: Features and categories of skills; phases of skill acquisition and role of feedback, Quantification of human performance: Human capabilities; information theoretic measures for discrete and continuous signals; catastrophe theory and its application to human performance, Sensory processes: Detection, discrimination and absolute judgement; theory of signal detectability and performance in vigilance tasks, Perceptual processes, memory and attention: Verbal and nonverbal perception; pattern recognition; selective attention; search rate; navigational processes; memory processes and their application; time sharing and mental workload, Response processes: Measures - chronometric, psychophysical and physiological; selection of action; serial reaction times, transcriptions and error, Decision processes: Human limits; values and costs; decision making aids; optimality, Performance under degraded conditions: Uncertainty; degraded environmental conditions; hostile environments. COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL CHANGE The concept of a community - the need for community psychology. The interdisciplinary nature of community psychology, Major principles from other disciplines, and other areas of psychology that are relevant to community psychology : social learning theory, neo-Freudian theories of personality (Horney, Adler, Fromm), and role theory, Community -based issues - social change and community development, literacy, poverty, mental health, and social justice, Social change in the context of globalization: the need for ‘globalization’ and how it can be brought about, Literacy as a community problem, The psychology of poverty, Mental health issues, The socially disadvantaged, Family violence: its causes, Social intervention.

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CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY Consumer behaviour: Concepts and approaches; the consumer research process; market segmentation and segmentation strategies; consumer behaviour models, The consumer as an individual - I: Consumer needs and motivation; Motivational research; Personality and consumer diversity; consumer self-image; consumer characteristics and life-styles, The consumer as an individual - II: Consumer information processing; perception, imagery and perceived risk; learning and brand loyalty; consumer attitudes; attitude formation and change; marketing communications and persuasion, External influences on consumer behaviour: Group dynamics and consumer reference groups; cultural, social and situational influences; household influences; influence of marketer generated stimuli and information, Consumer decision making processes: Decision heuristics and principles; prepurchase, purchase and post purchase processes; personal influence and the opinion leadership process; diffusion of innovation, Consumer behaviour and society: Consumer behaviour application to profit and not-for-profit marketing; public policy and consumer protection. SOCIAL COGNITION Prereq. #

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Social nature of cognition : Historical perspective; approaches to studying social cognition. Principles of social cognition: Organization, explanation, knowledge activation, shared reality, role enactment, social positions and internal audiences. Attribution: Major theories; biases in attribution; applications of attribution theory. Social schemas: Nature and types of social schemas; active construction of reality; schema development, activation and change. Social representations: Theory and issues; relationship between social representations and social schemas, Social inference: Inferential strategies and errors. Person memory: Organization of social information in memory; expectancies and memory processes; contents and contexts of person memory. Affect and Social Cognition: Social cognitive foundations of affect; reciprocity of affect and cognition; mood and stereotyping. Everyday understanding and social cognition. Post-modernism and social cognition. UNDERSTANDING PERSONALITY Approaches to the study of personality : an introduction. Major techniques of personality assessment: inventories, the interview, projective techniques, the script, observational and behavioural assessment, and the case study. Personality theories : trait, type, psychoanalytic, humanistic, self, social learning, and cognitive theories. Emphasis on assessment methods in these theories, Writing a test report, Administration of major personality tests ; Cattell 16 PF ; the MBTI ; the TAT ; Holtzman’s Ink Blot test ; Rotter’s Incomplete Sentence Blank. Interpretation of test responses (with discussion). Psychometric properties of 220

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tests; response sets. The Rorschach Ink-blot test : theory and interpretation. The REP Test and other tests of cognitive complexity : theory and interpretation. Determinants of personality : biological factors and socialization (child rearing antecedents and sociocultural influences). SOC 470 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT Defining the concept of Development: Socio-cultural factors, the modernization perspective of development (the Functionalist view): The theory of Modernization, its assumptions, its methodology and its limitations, the Dependency perspective of development (the Neo-Marxist view):The theory of Dependency/ underdevelopment, its assumptions, its methodology and its limitations. The causes of underdevelopment and the social structure in the underdeveloped world, their impact on North South Relations, the World System Perspective: (Contributions of Immanuel Wallerstein), the theory, its assumptions, its methodology and its limitations. Global System Interdependence, New Structural analysis, agent centered analyses, a new-substantive focus-Dynamics of complex change. Development reconsidered-voices of Dissent, Defining the notion of quality of life, and search for alternatives. INDIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Appraches to study Indian Society, Features of Indian Society - Marriage and family among Hindus and Muglines, polyandry and polygyny, Regulations of marriage & seperation/divorce Social stratification : caste / jati and Varna, Jajmani system, caste system among non-hindus (and outside India), Kinship organization in India, Concepts and Approaches to Social change in India : Sanskritization and westerization parochialization and universatization, steyructural, Dialeefical and cagnitive historical / Indological approaches, TOward an integrated approach (Y. Singh), orthagenetic changes in the cultural traditions and Modernization. More recent processes of change through social movements : Peasant movements, Relegions and seefarian movement, Dalit/Backward caste movements, Tribal movements, labour movements and Ecological movements in India. INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY Industrial Sociology, History of Industry, Industrial-Systems, Formal organization, Informal Organisations, and Group dynamics. Communication in management, Industrial Relations: Structure of labourorganizations, Trade Unionism in India, Collective Bargaining, Grievance Procedures, Participatory Management & Contemporary Management Issues.

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SOCIOLOGY OF URBAN LIFE The city: Origin, Concept, pre-industrial & industrial cities, The Economic institutions of City life-market, economy, machine production, migration, poverty, technological advancements, The political Institutions: Self-Governance, Special Interest Groupism, Urban Social and Cultural Systems-family, religion, education, Art, and Leisure, The rural-urban Dichotomy-Ruurbanism, slums, over-urbanization, Urban Ecology and its renewal –Spatial Theories, Ecological Processes Urban renewal, Ecological impairment, Urban Design and Planning: urban Land-use, Indian cities and their land-use patterns, Urban Crimes, Unrest and Social Control, Urban Policy and Urban problems: Water, power, housing, road, etc. (with special reference to India), Future urban life. SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE Prereq. #

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Socio-Economic Bases of Science: Puritanism, pietism and Science, Science and economy of 17th century England, Nature and Types of Scientific discoveries: Multiples and singletons, priority disputes in Science and Sociological Ambivalence of scientists, Theories of Scientific creativity (Discovery): Psychological Theories: by A Koestler, Albert Rothenberg, Howard Gruber, and the Mentalistic model, Philosophical Theories: by T.S. Kuhn, Imre Lakatos, Larry, Lauden, Paul Feyerabend, Gerald Holton, etc, Sociological Theories: by R.K. Merton, Michael Mulkay, Bruno Latour, etc, Social basis of Discoveries, Folk reasoning in theories about scientific discovery Scientific productivity and its patterns:- Institutional approach: Organizational Factors like Resources, Group climate, Leadership, etc, Individualistic approach : Personality Dispositions and person centered Variables in scientific productivity. POPULATION, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY Growth of world population: world population by regions, trends in birth and death rates in the developed and the developing countries, causes of change, gross domestic product and population growth, some recent population projections, Population of India: latest available estimates, demographic transition in India, regional variations in fertility, mortality and migration. Population theories: Malthusian and Marxian population theories, theory of optimum population, Gandhian theory, demographic transition theory, critique of demographic transition theory, threshold hypothesis, social justice and demographic change, contributions of Indian sociologists and economists to population theory. Sources of data: census, civil registration system, administrative records, sample registration scheme and surveys. Methodology for population studies: measures of fertility, mortality, migration and urbanization; life table analysis. Population and economic development: conceptual issues involved in defining development and linking population growth to socio-economic variables, Models in population studies:

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Population policy: population policy in the developed and the developing countries. Emerging issues in sociological studies of reproductive health. crimes. SOC 481 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SOCIETY AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF INDIA Interaction between structural and cultural components in the process of Social Change : Identification of problematic issues linked with social change. to understand the nature and causes of different forms of rights abuse in the country. Role of social Institutions and values. innovation. with emphasis on population policy in India. Applications to pharmaceutical products. Application of I-O models in the field of energy and environment ECONOMICS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY. Applications to agriculture. Projection of input-output coefficients. deviance. (3-1-0-4) Prereq. Socio-cultural aspects of population growth in India. Elements of institutional and structural change in India. HUMAN RIGHTS . Input demand functions. Patents and regulation.THEORY AND PRACTICE To understand the signicance and limitation of the idea of human rights. to understand the role of various agencies and actors engaged in the promotion and protection of rights.some examples of deterministic and stochastic models in population studies. USA & India. CULTURE OF PRODUCTIVITY Socio-cultural sources of productivity in nations. Problems of poverty. technology transfer. terrorism. particularly in the context of Indian society and policy. Non survey and partial survey methods. public. Application of input-output techniques in the economic planning. Bioprocessing of agro products (plant breeding). sexuality and AIDS. Trade in goods vs. Requirements for a strong productivity culture in India. & management styles in Japan. Capital coefficients and dynamic considerations in input-output analysis. Financing of biotechnology. Productivity. Pricing policies. # ECO 526 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Scope of biotechnology. # SOC 484 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SOC 486 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ECO 514 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Basic input-output system. Input-output tables for the Indian economy. Enterpreneurship and Risk taking. private vs. justice. Sociological dimensions of problems of Indian society in reference frame of social change. INPUT-OUTPUT TECHNIQUES Prereq. etc. Recominant DNA. R&D investment in biotechnology. Organizing for productivity & technovation. especially with respect to macro level linkages. Ethical and environmental issues involved in promotion of biotechnology 223 .

Global and regional trends in direct investment. Taxation. Complementarity methods. Overview of legal system: a “science court”. # ECO 537 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Economics. and multinational investment in developing countries. International taxation and transfer prices. # ECO 536 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Concepts – what is region ? Types of region. income support and social insurance. TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC POLICY Prereq. Public expenditure and public debt. Determinants of FDI. including linear and nonlinear equation methods. Regional growth. law and science: a necessary confrontation. Horizontal and vertical integration. Dynamic programming. # ECO 535 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Scope of public economics. MNEs and host country relations COMPUTATIONAL FINANCE Prereq. Licensing versus direct investment: models of internalization of the multinational enterprise. Industrial location theory. Methods for solving dynamic stochastic models in economics and finance. # Introduction. Endogenous market structures in international trade. # ECO 528 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Basic numerical methods. Regulation of genetic engineering. Overseas investment and firm exports. Techniques of regional analysis. (3-1-0-4) Prereq. fragmentation and outsourcing. Vertical multinationals. intellectual property rights. Ownershiplocation-internalization framework. General equilibrium approaches to the multinational firm. Econometric Software for Computational Finance PUBLIC ECONOMICS Prereq. Identification of key sectors. Modeling government behavior. Numerical integration and differentiation. Organization of public sector REGIONAL ECONOMICS Prereq. Tort law and product liability. Cyberspace: freedom of speech and privacy. Market failure and government intervention. technology diffusion and trade. Multi-stage planning LAW. Finite-dimensional optimization. Multinational firms. Environmental and health regulation. Equity. Arbitrage pricing models in discrete and continuous time. and function approximation. Law and economics as competing paradigms for shaping public policy. Contracts.ECO 527 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES. International law: regimes to promote sustainable development 224 . Taxation and individuals. Do domestic firms benefit from direct foreign investment?. Optimal provision of public goods. Regional input-output economics. Foreign direct versus portfolio investment. social welfare and taxation. Public policies for fostering innovation and economic growth.

ECO 543 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Prereq. The Regulation of Transport WATER RESOURCE ECONOMICS Prereq. Congestion Pricing. Transportation and Land Use in Urban Areas. Pricing of Transport Services. Development of irrigation projects in India. Response to human development approach. # Why environmental impact assessment (EIA)?.the approaches of engineers. The External Costs of Transport. Historical development of EIA. rights and justice. Health and human development. Understanding social realities in human development perspective. The Demand for Transport. Liability and regulation TRANSPORT ECONOMICS Prereq. Methodologies adopted. Human development in multi cultural societies. Socio-economic aspects of EIA. Transport Planning and Forecasting. EIA of sectoral development projects. and political decentralization. Organization of EIA. Education and human development. Overview of human development approach. International institution promoting human development. Firm production and Cost in Transportation. Human development & social inequality. Human development and gender. Public Health effect of Transportation. Human development and environment. framework and guidelines in EIA studies. Demand and supply of health care. Human development and freedom. Financing of human development. Transport and Development. Human development and government. Concentration and Market Power in Transportation. Health policy (national and international). Economic reforms. Project assignment HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Prereq. Transport and Location. Health care and financing and insurance. 225 . Case studies on EIA. Human development in Indian states HEALTH ECONOMICS AND HEALTH CARE POLICY Prereq. Human rights and human development. Optimal payments for health services. economist and social scientists. Competition. # ECO 546 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Transport and Economics. Approaches and priorities in planning of irrigation of irrigation projects. # ECO 544 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Development paradigm & introduction to human development. Movement. # ECO 547 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Why plan for water resource in India?. Determinants of health. Measurement of human development. Efficiency and equity in health care. # ECO 545 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Health care as an economic commodity. Transportation Investment. Welfare effect of Public Sector Pricing and Investment. Environmental policies and status of EIA in India.

Economic analysis of methods of cost allocation in planning of multi-purpose river valley projects. stress. Jack Hobbs. role of state and NGOs. social support. counseling . Priorities of irrigation under the special programmes of government of India. hospital as a social system . public health in India . The critical analysis would be based on Art and Perception. History of Indian Art & Western Art (ancient and contemporary) To familiarize students with variety of methodological approach in art criticism and analysis The course proposes to develop visual skills and analytical skills in writing about various forms of art in using concepts and terminology. Case studies HSS 403 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Meaning of health and illness behaviour . prevalence and incidence rates of diseases . methodological issues in studying social aspects of health . effect of psychological and sociological factors on access to and utilization of health facilities . infant mortality rate. Environmental impact assessment of major irrigation projects in India. basic analytical concepts in the study of social aspects of health such as life expectancy. 2-0-2-4 Theory: The course intends to discuss on the following topics along with related ART 701 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 226 . and Ducasse’s Language of Feeling. Role of World Bank and other international agencies. health care context. institutional support. Irrigation development: a blessing or bane?. Global efforts in water resource management: IWRM. the healing process. preventive and social medicine . social science knowledge for health planners and professionals .An approach towards evaluation/appraisal of multi-purpose river valley projects. relationship between culture and health . Fidman’s. Barkan. hospitalization and health promotion . ART 702 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] DESIGN THEORY. Principles of Style. METHODOLOGY : ART CRITICISM & APPRECIATION Prereq. personality and health behaviour . social science in medicine and social science of medicine . coping.p epidemiological and statistical models . and Solomn’s Phenomenological Model of Criticism. It also would enable research student to exercise skills in observation of various forms of visual media. Contamination of water bodies and its impact on economic development. sources of data on health . processes and outcomes in illness . pain and quality of life . Linking of Indian rivers.John Dewey (Criticism and Perception). The methodology of criticism is base on some of the following authors. maternal mortality rate. social cognition models of health behaviour and illness cognition . Styles in 2-dimension and 3-dimension visual art.

Environmental Design Model ART 703 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] CREATIVE VISUALIZATION. Space & Texture. 2-D and 3-D Form Analysis. Studio: Relevant 2-D and 3-D design Projects ECO 732 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ECONOMETRICS Problems of statistical inference in economics . stage-craft. editing. The course intends to build an over all understanding of the above areas with the help of short workshops. Indian Tradition & Products. Color Aesthetics. Theory of Color. neural networks. Product Analysis and Ergonomics.Plato’s ‘Art as Imitation’.Design Philosophy. Methodology of Criticism & Appreciation. and projects on. Christian Art. Critical analysis of the following theories/ activities. New functional forms . 227 .constraints on the parameter space. History of Indian Art & Western Art (ancient and contemporary) Theory: Pre-historic Art. Susanne Langer’s ‘Art as Symbolic Expression: From Feeling and Form’. 2-0-2-4 Theory: Outline History of Art. script estimation. training. Style in 3-D work. Design & Performing Art. Aristotle’s ‘Theory on Art’. Buddhist Art. ‘The Art World’. Photography. David Hume’s ‘Of the Standard of Taste’. Introduction to Computer Art. Principles of Style. field trips. typography. and systems of equations. Color and Texture in 2-D & 3-D surface. Style in Architecture. Human Experience in Design. Art. POP Art and Comic Art. History of Design. distributed lags. Art & Perception. film making. random coefficient models. Environmental Design. Space in Art. 2-D & 3-D Form Analysis in Product Design and its architecture. Leo Tolstoy’s Theory of Art and ‘Art as the Communication of Feeling’. Design & Society.Religious Art. Color Aesthetics. Design & Performing Art. Space & Texture. Studio: The course intends to build an over all understanding in the following areas Form. Computer and composition. Traditional Art as Medium of Communication. Related Studio Projects ART 704 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-2-0-[4] ART A MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION Prereq. Graphic Art. and Hindu Art. Form. Style in Art. decision models. Design & Performing Art. Arthur Danto’s. typography and visiting relevant sites. Art as Language of Expression in 2-D and 3-D media.

foreign trade. # ECO 736 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] This course provides a methodology of emprical research in applying econometric tools for policy oriented research in social sciences. Basic Framework for the Study of Industrial Organization. 228 . # ECO 735 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The international trends in economic development. Industrial Efficiency. design and instruments of macro-economic policies with the help of the various policy models developed in the recent years. international capital flows. APPLIED ECONOMETRICS Prereq. INTER . various development theories and operational strategies towards capital formation. Market Structure and Its Elements. Besides. ECO 734 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION AND POLICY Prereq. Further.INDUSTRY ECONOMICS Prereq. Recent Approaches to Industrial Organization. technology transfer and environment will constitute the broad contents of this course. focus will be on new economic policies and emerging new international structures. the microeconomic theory of modern organiszations (discretionary managerial behaviour. industry. and their implications for industrial policy. DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS Prereq. Internal Structure of the Firm. Emphasis will be given to various ways of handling problems faced in doing empirical research in India. the organizational dimension) as envisaged by Williamson and Coase. It will also include a critical examination of a few selected policy models which are being used in the deve-loped and/or in the underdeveloped countries.ECO 733 THEORY OF ECONOMIC POLICY Prereq. the shidents will undertake some empirical project as group assign many. # The objective of the course will be to discuss the structure. HRD. # ECO 737 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ECO 738 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The course will highlight the basic input-output models and their extensions. agriculture. # Scope of Industrial organization. Market Conduct. Critical Appraisal of Industrial Development policies in India. Case Studies from Heavy Industries. Various examples would be drawn from the empirical analysis of the inputoutput framework in India and abroad. Consumer Goods Industries and Public Utilities. ADVANCES IN MICRO ECO-NOMIC THEORY Developments in monopolistic competition (nonprice decisions in particular).

this course will investigate the basic foundations of project economics. neoclassical growth models and consumption loan models. More particularly. LEGISLATION & SOCIAL IMPACT With a view to establish sustainable development and to overcome the dilemma of development. The rise and fall of the Brettonwoods system would be discussed from the point of view of development of the Third world countries as well as from the viewpoint of establishing equity and social justice in the world. the rationale and methodologies of project evaluation. international monetary systems as well as financial systems and their impact on the international communty. and the role of the central bank. ADVANCED MONETARY THEORY Prereq. the regional input-output economics. It will also include the introductory linear programming models as applied to regional problems and regional economic theory and multistage planning models. then focusses upon supply of money and monetary aggregate demand for money. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS. # The major objective of the course is to analyse the different method of regional economic analysis. The focus will be on the economic theory of industrial location. SEMINAR ON SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Prereq. ECO 740 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ECO 744 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] REGIONAL ECONOMICS Prereq. the focus will be on the OECD and UNIDO Guidelines methods of project appraisal with case study exercises in the form of empirical projects. # In view of the importance of development projects in the process of planning. # ECO 746 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The course proposes to cover the main issues at the international level in terms of international trade. # ECO 745 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The course begins with the role of money in static macroeconomic models. environmental legislations and the environmental 229 ECO 747 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . # The course will cover some frontier topics in advanced economic analysis for a detailed discussion in seminars. regional multipliers and identification of “Key” sectors.ECO 739 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PROJECT ECONOMICS Prereq. the course proposes to focus on the broad aspects of environmental economics. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS Prereq.

The consequent changes in the approaches and policies of various Government under the leadership of U. and then review some of the new clasical and new keynesian contributions. budget financing. semantics. grammar of English. ECO 750 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED MACRO ECONO-MICS Discussions on macroeconomic theory within the IS-LM framework. and general Applications to Indian Institutes: Economic theory of Corporation Law: The Theory of the Firm. and Age. FUNDAMENTALS OF MODERN LINGUISTICS Structure of language. Public Law and Economics: Legislative and Executive Participation and Discretion: Economic anaylsis of judicial review. add the supply considerations.impact assessment. Economic Analysis of Contrat Law: Economic Theory of Contract. and World Bank will be discussed along with a number of case studies.N. and Competition Policy in India. and Economics of Remedies for Breach of Contract. grammatical categories and functions. None ECO 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction. registers and dialects. Corporation and their Interaction. phonetics. Issues in Employment discremination on grounds of Race Sex. The legel aspects of various enviromental projects will be discussed. LAW AND ECONOMICS Prereq. phrase structure and transformational grammars. analysis of Specific Problems of Corporation Law. phonetic transcription. morphology and syntax. Economic Analysis of Property Law: An Economic Theory of Property. phonetics of English. the transformational generative approach to the phonology and syntax of English. Economic Analysis of Tort Law. I-C analysis. Besides the students will undertake an emperical excercise through project assignment. Economic Analysis of Labour Law: Unions and Productivity. and Economic Analysis of Competition Law: Economic Theory of Competition Law. statistical structure and information theory. phonemics and the distinctive feature theory. APPLIED LINGUISTICS Modern developments in applied linguistics particularly in the fields of language ENG 701 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 703 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 708 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 230 . and Economics of Tort Liability. and Intellectual Property Rights. interactions with the rest of the world and common empirical issues in macroeconomics. grammatical structure. the Economic Reconstruction of Corporation Law. "Workers-Protective" Legislation. STRUCTURE OF MODERN ENGLISH Varieties of English.

learning and teaching. LITERATURE AND SOCIETY This course will study in depth and detail the various modes of interaction between literature and society. etc. conflict between the generations. lexical. plays. the moral. audio-visual aids. contrastive analysis. linguistic. rejection of old taboos.fictional prose will be analyzed as examples of these approaches.. and works of non. the textual. programmed instruction. the archetypal . the psychological. impact of science and technology on human life. social changes. technological progress and its human consequences. course-design.g. sociological. language testing. APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF LITERATURE The course will examine the five major approaches-the sociological. THEMES AND VALUES IN MODERN LITERATURE A study of some of the major recurring themes of modern literature such as alienation. ENG 709 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS This course attempts to apply the principles of linguistic analysis to real language data. British. growth of secularism. teaching and learning of English as a second language in India.towards the study and interpretation of literary texts. and pedagogical aspects of language learning. novels. problems of urbanization. free will and determinism) which have preoccupied creative writers. alienation. It covers phonological. error-analysis. industrialization and its attendant problems. The primary emphasis will be on some of the major themes and social concerns (such as individual and society. syntactic and semantic analysis and involves some amount of field-work. individual versus social and political systems. METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN LITERATURE This course will study selected pedagogical material on the teaching of literature 231 ENG 710 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 711 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 712 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 713 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 715 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH Selected Indian writings in English or translated from Indian Languages will be used for an extensive examination of some significant themes. American and European authors. generation gap. A number of poems. bureaucracy and its role. through literary examples from modern Indian. etc. second language learning. e. psychological. teaching of language skills.

with constant guidance from the Instructor. John Crowe Ransom. P. lexical structure and wordformation. Leavis. the historical dimension. meaning and use. Emerson. Hawthorne. Structure: sound structure. It will also seek to familiarise the student with the basic tools and materials of literary research. generative semantics. Middle and Modern English. R. the Extended Standard theory. semantic representations. Speech Act semantics. Eliot. Harold Bloom and Jacques Derrida a study of their contribution will be made to literary theory and critical practice.with a view to acquainting the student with the major theories and techniques of literary study as an academic discipline. ENG 716 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS This course is intended to provide the students an opportunity to take up on their own a short-term field-work or library project. with special attention to the writings of Melville. referential. Fillmore. Kenneth Burke. Blackmur. Old. STYLISTICS The course aims at a study of the application of theories and procedures of linguistics to literature to see how far they enrich the experience of literature and help in the evaluation of literary works. Northrop Frye. AMERICAN RENAISSANCE The course will study the major themes and techniques in the literature of the American Renaissance. Richards. SEMANTIC THEORY Theories of meaning. semantics and pragmatics. S. T. Yvor Winters. F. information structure and discourse structure.A. MASTERS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY CRITICISM On the basis of selected works of I. lexical structure. Cleanth Brooks. ideational. semantic theories in generative grammar.R. syntactic structure. William Empson. HISTORY AND STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Varieties of English and the dimension of variation. meaning and truth. Allen Tate. 232 ENG 718 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 719 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 720 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 723 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 725 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . and behaviouristic. presupposition theory. Thoreau and Poe. Evaluation will depend on the final product and interim reports.

modern regional literatures. Minimalist Programme). COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE The course covers literature in English in the Commonwealth countries of Africa. Canada. Construction and refutation of syntactic arguments. Government and Binding. Standard. ENG 733 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 734 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 735 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 736 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 737 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LANGUAGE ACQUISITION Stages in the development of language in the child. place of language in social life. sociocultural knowledge in verbal communication.American authors?”. New Zealand. code mixing. India. while contributing to the literature of their own country. elements of unity in a multilingual situation. Language universals and parameters. THE GENERATIVE ENTERPRISE : GOALS AND METHODOLOGY Any post-graduate course in Modern Literature Chomskyan revolution in grammar. approaches to the study of 233 . registral and stylistic variation. language problems in multilingual societies and language planning. Extended Standard. An attempt will be made to answer qustions such as “Is there a Black Experience that shapes the writings of African .ENG 731 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOCIOLINGUISTICS Relationship between language and culture. towards a restrictive theory of grammar. social meaning of dialectical. Australia. etc. rejection and falsification of syntactic theories. INDIAN LITERATURE The course deals with major trends and developments in Indian literature from ancient to modern times. etc. ancient religious and secular liteature. The course will focus primarily on the following topics: the problem of definition. models of generative grammar in the mainstream (Prestandard. find their particular artistic understanding inescapably informed by what William Walsh calls “other silent but active aims”. and the West Indies. Linguistics as an empirical science and as a branch of cognitive psychology. language contact. An attempt will be made to show that commonwealth writers. impact of Western literatures. BLACK FICTION This course is a critical appraisal of the works of African American authors in the twentieth century.the growth of nationalism. Linguistics and natural science methodology.

role and responsibility of the intellectual. contexts and forms of dissent. subsystems of principles. profiles of dissenties (Chomsky. RESPONSIBLE DISSENT Concept and practice of responsible dissent in various socio-political contexts: Notions of dissent and responsible dissent. theories of discourse semantics. social control through language. applications. acquisition of syntax. ethical roots of dissent. early Gandhi. gender roles in different social contexts. negotiation of identities. the media and representation. the minimalist programme : parameters. ENG 739 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS Description of English syntax in the Government and Binding framework. structure of discourse. acquisition of semantics. locality and bare phrase structure. acquisition of phonology. spoken and visual discourse. issues in Natural Language Understanding. patriarchy. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF LINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION Communication and language : selection of message. external vs internal self-representations. Gender and Identity: Processes of Identity formation. Augumented Transition Network. the knowledge of language. King. levels of representation. medium settings.language acquisition. the learnability theory. FEMINIST THEORY AND LITERATURE Definitions: the Sex/Gender debate. THE PRINCIPLES AND PARAMETERS SYNTAX The government and Binding framework : Organisation of grammar. frame-based knowledge representation. etc. use of knowledge in disambiguation and understanding. Gender and Representation: The politics of representation. language as a social artifact. 234 ENG 740 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 741 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 742 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 743 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . development of speech acts. lexical development. strategies of manufacture of consent in totalitarian and democratic structures. Russell.). gendered life-scripts and their historical transformations. role of media in supression of facts and dissemination of misinformation. Ram Mohan Roy. the feminism/gender studies debate. Masculinity and femininity.

Postmodernism in an Indian context. Knowledge and Power. The course will offer an advanced introduction to the central concepts of postmodernism by providing an approach to contemporary American. Crosslinguistic variations in basic conceptual domains such as time and apace and lexicalization patterns will be examined. perceptual processes and grounding. Semantic underspecification. the Literature of Exhaustion. Lexicon and modularity. Semantics-syntax mapping. constrains on possible grammars. self-reflexive texts and amorphous themes of Postmodernism. Deconstuction. Postmodern Films. Lexical meaning. non-compositional structures. Generative lexicon. Acquisition of lexical knowledge. Ontological semantics. Lexical semantics and discourse relations. Postmodern Ethics. the relationship between theory and practice. Rhizome." the role of feminism in India. Postmodernism and its Limitations. Latin American. Conceptual spaces. POSTMODERN THEORY AND LITERATURE Any post-graduate course in Modern Literature Acquainting the students with the major critical concepts. ENG748 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENG 749 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 235 . Cyberspace and Cyberpunk. Lexical semantics in figurative discourse COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS The course explores language-cognition mappings in varied contexts such as unilingual. Major topics for discussion are: The relevance of Postmodernism. Syntactic and semantic polymorphism. Postmodernism and Popular Culture. billingual and sign language use. Semantic structure and its modelling.class semantics and semantics of grammar type hierarchies and continuums. European and Indian (Writing in English) literature. Conceptual and linguistic structures. Other topics include nature of linguistic representations open. compositional structures and co-compositionality. differences between Modernism and Postmodernism. the Death of the Author. Lexical semantic nets: frame semantics. wordnet and verbnet. # Philosophical and linguistic approaches to lexical semantics. the Hyperreal and the Simulacrum. Entropy. Semantics-pragmatics distinction. the locational specificity of "feminism. interlexical relations and semantic distance. the course aims to explore the usefulness of the term “postmodernism” as a means of approaching contemporary literature.The Politics of Feminism: The reasons and implications of focusing on gender as a subject of inquiry. ENG745 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LEXICAL SEMANTICS Prereq.

third wave feminism. race. reader response theory. interextuality. urban decay. The course strives to close-read select texts. The protracted cultural wars which began with the Civil Rights era of the 1960s infused new life into the literature of the United States in that the traditionally oppressed voices of minorities. sexuality. This course examines complex aspects of recent critrical theories associated with gender. and feminism to name a few) and fictional strategies (such as protest. And the variegated literary movements (postmodernism. Mikhail Bakhtin. suburbia. Roland Barthes. sex. It aims to expose students to contemporary theories that would enhance their research into chosen areas of literature. America itself has enormous investments. be they African Americans. post-Lacanian psychoanalytic criticism. Michel Foucault. among others. and the unviability of "American Dream" in a transnational and globalized world in the creation of which. in the light of rigorous theoretical interventions. have problematised the writing. hypertext theory. Interestingly. subjectivity. began to be heard. interpretation and analysis of literary/non-literary texts and the acquistion of current critical vocabulary. ecocriticism. CONTEMPORARY CRITICAL THEORIES AND LITERARY PRAXES Any postgraduate course in English Literature is desirable Contemporary critical theories particularly those of the post-1960s. Important topics of discussion include semiotics. and cyber criticism. postcolonialism. The fiction of this period is marked by thematic concerns such as politics. fantasy. With America coming into unexampled prosperity following WWII. technology. black humor) employed in the genre bring in to one's reading a nuanced and engaging perspective of how these writers have negotiated reality into their imaginative artistic vision. race. ecology.ENG 750 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] POSTWAR AMERICAN FICTION Postwar American fiction is characterized by a complex sensibility that is often pervasive in the novels of the period from 1945 through the Cold War of the seventies and eighties to the present. curiously. immigration. textuality. 236 ENG 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari. autobiographical theory. money. the course acquaints students with various strategies of reading. and spirituality. posthumanism. new historicism. paranoia. women or the immigrants. Stephen Greenblatt and Umberto Eco. Delving on relevant issues and debates. Frantz Fanon Fredric Jameson. Jacques Derrida. and notions of culture and history. this sensibility manifests itself as a sense of triumphalism only to give way to introspection and self-debate concerning the problematic of defining American identity and nationhood against a distinct multicultural presence. reading and receiving of literature. Siginficant contributions by the following and other such representative figures will be incorporated in the discussions: Edward Said. cultural materialism. narratology. deconstruction. fiction of this period frames war both as a trope and a realistic concern. postmodernism. humanism.

Physicalism. Art as a Cultural System. Names and Objects. Expression and Form. Definite Description. and Communitarianism. Functionalism. Themes include: Stoicism. Republicanism. Legal Positivism. Literature and Cultural Studies. Self and Self-identity. PROBLEMS IN PHILOSOPHICAL AESTHETICS Theories of Art as Mimesis. TWENTIETH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY-I An analytical study of Russell’s The Philosophy of Logical Atomism and Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: Facts and Propositions. Folk Psychology versus Cognitive Science. Utilitiarianism. MODERN LOGIC Propositional Logic. 237 HSS 701 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 701 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 753 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . in an attempt to two. Behaviourism. its rejuvenation in the medieval and early modern periods. and contemporary debates surrounding different theories of rights with special emphasis on examining debates on human rights. Mind-Body Relation in Dualism. Some specific domains of rights will be taken up for intensive study in the light of various theoritical positions. Decision Procedures. Liberalism. Marxism. Thought and The World. Limits of Language. Interpretation and Evaluation. Longinus’ s concept of the sublime. Picture Theory of Meaning. Quantification Theory. the Philosophy of Literature: Truth. Silence and the Transcendental. Thought and Language. Consciousness and First-person Subjectivity. Its scope includes classical Greek and Sanskrit texts like Bharata‘ s Natyasastra and Aristotle’s Poetics which are extensive treatises on dramaturgy. Aesthetic Experience. Natural Law Discourse. Anandavardhana’s concept of dhvani and postulates of New Criticism. Philosophical Problems. Meaning.ENG 752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMPARATIVE AESTHETICS The course explores the convergence and divergence of eastern and western aesthetic practices. THEORIES OF RIGHTS The aim of the course is to understand the origins of the notions in the classical period. Meaning and Mental Representation. Art and Morality. Axiomatic Method. PHILOSOPHY OF MIND Conceptual Taxonomy of Mental Phenomena.

Depending on the students’ interest. Logic of Action-statements. MODAL LOGIC The History of Modal notions. Kripke. PHI 765 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 766 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 767 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 768 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 769 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 770 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 238 . Putnam and Thomas Nagel. the Analytic-Synthetic Distinction. PHILOSOPHY OF ACTION A conceptual study of the Nature of Human Agency and Human Action. The Lewis systems. Problems of Meaning. Explanation and Understanding: The Hypothetico-Deductive model. Quine. Philosophical Problems. the Verstehen Model and others. Generalizability. Rational and Causal explanation of Action. Special reference to the views of Wittgenstein. The problem of Rationality: of Rational Explanation and Rational Action. TWENTIETH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY-II An Analytical Study of the Logic of Ordinary Language. Reasons. Reference and Truth. Ought-judgements. Standards and Principles. The System E and Relevance Logic. Value. Action and Purpose. Value and Objectivity. Instances and Exceptions. Logic of Reasoning about Actions and their Defence. LOGIC OF MORAL DISCOURSE Valuation: Moral and Non-moral.PHI 757 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MORAL JUDGEMENT The details of the studies in this course will be designed for advanced students depending on their fields of research. Action and Obligation. the Scheme-Content Distinction. Antifoundationalism and Neo-pragmatism. Strict Implication and Entaliment. Austin. Imperatives and Moral Principles. Davidson. Choices and Actions and validity. Strawson. INDIAN PHILOSOPHY-I A discussion of Epistemological. Meta-physical and Value problems raised in the Classical Systems of Indian Philosophy. either some texts will be studied in details or one set of problems will be studied through relevant texts. Rules. PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE I Philosophical presuppositions of Social-scientific method. aptitude and progress.judgements.

Private Language Argument. Individual and Society. Meaning. ADVANCED ETHICAL THEORY Main topics to be covered: Rules. Studies will be undertaken from selections from Marx. Dharma. Theories of Origins of Society. SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Nature and Method of Social Philosophy. Critical Theory. Durkheim. A detailed study of Sartre’s philosophy will be undertaken in the light of his early and later writings.pramanyavada. Use and Rule-following. INDIAN PHILOSOPHM IN CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE Conscious and the Self . Svatah. PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY The course is in two parts. Objectivity and Evaluation in Historical PH1 777 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 779 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 782 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 798 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 239 . Nyaya Realism & Buddhist Idealism . Husserl and Kierkegaard. PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES II Prereq. Nature of Society. Hermeneutics and Post Modernism. Obligations. Part one is Analytical Philosophy of History: Explanation and Understanding of Historical Events. Theries of Meaning . Morals and Rationality. WITTGENSTEIN A study of Wittgenstein’s later philosophy: critique of Wittgenstein’s earlier philosophy. Weber. EXISTENTIALISM The course seeks to go into the sources of modern existentialist movement in the thoughts of Hegel. Place and Role of Social Institutions. Mannheim. The Problem of Intentionality . Moral Virtues. Moral Rules. Sources of Justification and Legitimacy of Political Authority. Individual and State.PHI 772 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ETHICAL THEORIES A critical and analytical study of ethical theories of some classical and contemporary moral philosophers. Pre-epistemic certainity. # PHI 773 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 774 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHI 776 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Philosophical approaches to the problem of the relationship between Knowledge and Social Structure. Aspect-seeing. Utility. Morality and Freedom. Social Values and Ends of Political Authority.

(2000).positivist paradigm. & Lycett. major theoretical principles and issues in qualitative research. J.. M. R. Palgrave Publishers Ltd. Marx and Toynbee. 2. G. Herder. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN The course intends to familiarize the students with the statistical principles involved in experimental designs. PSY 777 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELEMENTS OF STATISTICAL ANALYSIS The essentials of statistics in a relatively non-mathematical form.. Various methods would be discussed along with examples of representations cultural psychology developmental psychology discursive psychology.Q. Selected Readings: 1. B.depth understanding of the qualitative methods. the knowledge of reseach methods and methodological issues is now incomplete without an in. FUNDAMENTALS OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY Development and evolution of brain : Brain organization and function. W. Bulman-Fleming . Cerebral asymmetry. methodological roots. For a researcher in psychology. Part two is Speculative Philosophy of History: those of Augustine. Vico. A large number of qualitative methods have emerged in consonance with this shift. Applied human neuropsychology. & Tiwari. 3.B. Freeman & Company. Kolb. Human evolutionary psychology..memory language. spatial behaviour .H. M.K. Dunbar. (1990) Fundamentals of human neuropsychology. Kant. Side Bias: A Neuropsychological Perspective. This course is aimed at providing an extensive overview of qualitative research methods. counseling and psychotherapy. Single and multi-factor experiments are covered. Mandal. emotional processes. & Whishaw. PSY 774 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] QUALITATIVE RESEARCH : THEORY AND PRACTICE In the last few years. L. The course focuses on the use of factorial designs in psychological research.. Barrett. I. Kluwer Academic Publishers. (2002). research in psychology has witnessed a remarkable shift to a post. Neuropsychology of higher order functions .Writing etc. 240 PSY 775 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PSY 778 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Hegel. statistical techniques most frequently employed in psychology for the analysis and synthesis of data.

social cognition. social influence processes. and social learning theorists. Rating scales.organizations in a social environment and concentrates on the theoretically significant empirical research. projective techniques. inventories. 241 PSY 781 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 783 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 784 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 785 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 786 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 787 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . contributions of the psychoanalytically-oriented psychologists. aggression and violence. DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY Growth and development of personality. The prime objective is to disseminate findings from behavioural science research which have relevance for problems of society. prosocial behavior. A discussion of current approaches to personality theory as related to assessment. ego psychologists. along with a critical assessment of the major theories of personality. THEORY AND TECHNIQUE The techniques of assessing personality. ADVANCED EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY The course includes experimental paradigms in contemporary social psychology covering areas such as attitude and attitude change. historically taking off from industrial psychology and human relations movement. the experimental methods. APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHO-LOGY This course will explain how social psycological theories can be applied to real life. reward allocation. social power. MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR The course focuses on a practical training to understand the human behaviour at work in order to predict the effectiveness and well-being in various types of organizations. and the principles and theoretical bases underlying these assessment techniques will be discussed. and role of external interventions on the ongoing process of personality growth. and the important theories in social psychology. PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT. UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR A coherent introduction to organizational psychology. the critical stages of growth. and to enhance the understanding of change processes in these organizations. group processes.PSY 780 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY Introduction to the field of personality. Trait and situational approaches to personality are covered. The course takes a look at man-in.

It includes the advanced understanding of modern theory and practice in leadership and strategic management. developing methods and procedures that will help individuals to cope with their environments. Kelly’s Rep Grid and others are considered for administration. It presents a broad spectrum of current developments in these areas. pattern recognition. LEARNING. memory. biological factors and psychological influences. scoring and interpretation. COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY The course is concerned with generating theory and research that will clarify the complex interaction between individuals and social institutions. and bilingualism. ADVANCED COURSE IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT The course is designed for students who already have a general overview of testing. Practical applications and use of psychological tests such as WAIS. and cognition.PSY 788 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED COURSE ON DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY: PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN The overall objective of the course is to gain insight into the development of persoanlity through the specific study of the woman. The main objective of the course is to expose the students to some of the recent advancement in the areas of learning. psycholinguistics. HUMAN COGNITIVE PROCESSES The course deals with scientific study of human mind and explores cognitive processes involved in perception. MEMORY AND COGNITION A wide coverage of behavioural functions characterized as “Learning and Cognition”. 16 PF. develoment of the woman through the entire life the interplay between cultural context. tailoring environments to meet human needs better and developing intervention strategies. LEADERSHIP AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS Whether an organization will succeed or fail ultimately depends upon the appropriate administration of the subject of this course: leadership and strategic management. memory. PSY 789 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 790 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PSY 791 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PSY 793 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 795 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 242 . TAT. Recent research techniques. issues and stands in these areas are critically examined.

ADVANCED COURSE IN SOCIAL COGNITION The course aims at providing an understanding of the concepts and issues in social cognition research. including the anthropological and psychological views of culture. Tools and techniques of data collection. Various perspectives. PSY 797 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PSY 798 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 720 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 721 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 243 . Structural Functional. Qualitative research. negotiator cognition and collective scripts and other related topics. prejudice and discrimination. (ii) Exploratory. cognition and personality. knowledge and social process.Frankfurt school critical theory. representation of social knowledge. social sensibility and neural function. social schemas. conceptualization of social system social structure and culture. (ii) Experimental (two and multigroup designs). conflict Theory . social congnitive principles . cognition of groups.PSY 796 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGY The course highlights the role of cultural factors in psychological processes. Various types of reliability and validity of measures. Phenomenology. organizational decision-making.a cost-benefit analysis. heuristics and biases. COGNITION IN ORGANIZATIONS The course contents include foundations of cognitive research in organizations. Various scaling techniques (Differential scales. fundamental perspectives of society. Various research designs: (i) Descriptive. Symbolic . cross-cultural variations in social and organizational behaviour. social cognition and the study of stereotyping. The course contents include historical roots of social congnition. social cognition and discourse. organizational culture and individual sense-making. the major models. contribution of social representations. role of knowledge in managerial performance. both direct and indirect methods of data collection (projective techniques). basic concepts. cognitive cause mapping. Exchange theory.Interactionism. rituals and rhetoric. Values and objectivity in social science research. and methodological issues. Ethnomethodology & Structuration theory. The nature and use of theory. etc). Summated scales and Cumulative scales. RESEARCH METHODS Nature and types of scientific explanation. SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY Relation between theory and research. problems of measurement.

UNDP definition of Development- SOC 724 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 725 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 729 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 731 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 732 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 244 . URBAN SOCIOLOGY Process of urbanization and urban social structure in contemporary societies. tests of significance. emergence of new agrarian classes and class relations in the countryside. Global system Interdependence. Factors of change characteristics and problem of developing societies with special reference to India. analysis of variance. Triangular relationship : government. ethnic relations in Urban societies etc. methodology (comprative) for the study of change. Class. Indian labour problems and policies.. problems of countinuity. the changing problems of tribal lands. nature and characteristics. etc. rural credit. SOCIAL CHANGE IN DEVELOPING SOCIETIES Process of change. SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT Sociological perspective on development problems with special reference to India. the Marxian model of agrarian classes.SOC 723 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL INFERENCE Basic statistics. Urban renewal. development of capitalist farming and other changes since the land reforms in India. the traditional model namely the Jajmani system. Urban developmenttheory and practice. World System Theory. Structure of Industrial bureaucracy and its functions. recent developments in applied statistics in social sciences. Role of capital and state in the urban social formations. labour movements in India. traditionalism and modernity. Urban Problems in India. models of change. Modernization Theory (New modernization studies) Dependence Theory (New dependence studies). changes introduced by the British in land administration. correlation and regression analysis.. nature and role of trade unions. The formal organization. sampling designs. AGRARIAN SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND CHANGE IN INDIA Evolution of the agrarian system from the Mughal period onwards. informal organization of Industry. INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY The industrial revolution and the process of industrialization. and a review of major sociological studies on the agrarian class relations in India. probability and probability distributions. nonparametric methods. management and union. Globalization. identity and conflict. theories/models of development.

Roligion. tribe. The concept of sustainable development in environmental studies. SOCIAL THEORY IN LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY Canons in sociological theory. The relationship between environment and ‘social complex’. e. three worlds of development and international stratification. Environmentalism and Development (issue of socio-economic equities). and understand their role in striving for social change or transformation. population studies in India. and F Jameson. stratification in India. It will examine theories of social movements in the context of recent debates SOC 734 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 737 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 742 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 745 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOC 746 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 245 . Social Institutions in the context of environmentalism. SOC 733 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] POPULATION PROCESSES Basic concepts in demography.g. SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: OLD AND NEW The aim of the course is to define the various types of social movements. caste. post positivist and post structural social thought. local communities and voluntary associations. social stratification and development. Michel Foucault. population policies. normative and attitudinal patterns in communities). J F Lyotard. development and distri-bution. Writings of J Baudrillard. economic growth and poverty. The sustainable nature of Development. recent developments in population theory. SOCIOLOGY OF ENVIRONMENT The new environmental paradigm in sociology.indicators. Theories of poverty & Relative Deprivation). post modernism in social theory: present images and future possibilities. aspects of inequality in contemporary societies. Social response to environmental-imperatives (Role of value structure. DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION Sociology of Social Stratification (in classical writings). SOCIAL INEQUALITY AND STRATIFICATION Critical evaluation of concepts and theories of social inequality and stratification. Evinmental movements and their impacts. J Derrida. population research methods. methodology of stratification. sociology of population. breaking with modernity. Development reconsideredvoices of Dissent. Theories of stratification and issues .

Thesis SOC 748 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ECO 799 ENG 799 PHI 799 PSY 799 SOC 799 246 . Relaxed Rural Appraisal and Participatory Rural Appraisal methods. reproduction of society. EDUCATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE General introduction to the place of learning in society. including the role of various actors. Thesis Ph. conflict. Structural functionalist perspectives and structural-conflict perspect-ives on education. matrix scoring and ranking. Resistances to schooling. alternatives to questionnaires. well-being grouping. and limitations of conventional methods such as survey and non-participatory fieldwork. Thesis Ph. ethnicity. listing and card sorting. Learning. D. D. Ph. will be studied with special reference to India. practical approaches and methods Critique of positivist approach in sociology. Social-political arithmetic as a spurious way of understanding education and social change. and identity. education and training. Changing meanings of education across time and society. Principles of PRA. Current debates on the place of education in India. Symbolic interactionist perspectives on education. class. local indicators. Anarchist perspectives. semi-structure interviewing. D. Neo-Weberian perspectives on education. time lines. Origin and development of Rapid Rural Appraisal. Thesis Ph. Thesis Ph. and sociology without society. linkage diagrams. Sociology as the study of social actors. D. A brief historical perspective on education in India. Specific movements. Critical theory and education. gender and education in India. Touraine's concepts of intervention method. D. “New” Sociology of Education. transect walks. and trend and change analysis. Class. PRA as a process of empowering people. Caste.surrounding issues of nationalism. Common methods such as observation. Indian thinkers on education. legitimation processes. participatory mapping and modeling. SOC 747 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PARTICIPATORY RURAL APPRAISAL (PRA): Philosophy. Status politics and education. Venn diagramming. Paradigmatic shift from sociological discourse to advocacy.

International Marketing. design. Risk Modelling and Management. customer satisfaction and profitability of industrial. The Department has started a 2 year MBA programme beginning July 2001. Today. Rahul jayanta mittal ks rrks asinha rahulv 7858 7345 7683 7172 7782 7970 VISITING FACULTY Sarkar Runa Sengupta R N Phani B V Singh Anoop runa raghus 6608 6607 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Peeyush Mehta pmehta 6647 nksharma 7622 bvphani anoops 6606 7679 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Bansal. The curriculum comprises state-of-the-art techniques to plan.INDUSTRIAL AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Chatterjee Jayanta Mittal A K Kripa Shanker Sharma N K Sharma R R K (Head) Sinha Arun P Varman. and Information Technology. Infrantucture project financing Energy Modelling and Management. the programme consists of four semesters of course work with the intervening summer to be spent on a summer internship project in a host industry. Revenue and Yield Management. DPGC Faculty Counsellor: veena 7743 Chandra B chandrab 7781 sswami 7460 : : A P Sinha Anoop Singh asinha anoops 7782 7679 Set up in 1974. The Department offers M. programmes includes a written test and a personal interview. Tech. Technology Management. the Department of Industrial and Management Engineering (IME) at IIT Kanpur was one of the first in the country to recognise the strength of combining the training of engineers with management education. Marketing of Services. The subjects taught provide a well-rounded coverage of the methods to manage and improve productivity. Veena Swami Sanjeev Convenor. Infrastructure Regulation and policy. Marketing Science. industry consulting. D. regularly held management development programmes. Tech. information and infrastructural (service) systems. Service Management. MBA and Ph. fresh engineering graduates as well as practicing professionals in fields ranging from computer science to aerospace engineering and architecture to electronics engineering regularly enrol in IME’s postgraduate programmes. Management of Change and Organisation Restructuring./MBA. DUGC Convenor. Admission is through a combined all-IIT MBA entrance test and Personal Interview/Group discussion. Strategic Management. Open to engineering graduates of any branch. A bachelor’s degree in any branch of engineering is the minimum requirement for admission to M. and Ph. Manufacturing Policy. FMS/CIMS. A Master’s degree in Management/Industrial Engineering/Operations Research is required for admission to Ph. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. In today’s competitive era. and public sector projects. D. information and technology. 247 . Operations Management. IPR. Tech. Current areas of research include Operations Research. materials. D. capital. implement and manage integrated systems of men. Information Management.. degrees in Industrial and Management Engineering. Financial Management. academic research. the Department is engaged in a diverse set of activities that include teaching. these methods have rapidly become relevant to engineers in all disciplines. The process of admission to M. Specialisation offered in MBA includes sectorial areas of Service infrastructure and Manufacturing and Functional areas of Operations and Systems. Consequently. Knowledge Management. TQM. Consumer behaviour.

Accounting Records. Computer Simulation: Modelling. Quality Management. Control Charts. OPERATION AND CONTROL OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Prereq. Statistical Methodologies in Simulation Experiments. Computer Applications. Project Management. Preparation of Financial Statements. Simulation languages. Profit and Loss Accounts. Principles and conventions of Financial Accounting. Dynamic programming. Recent Trends in Quality Control. Allocation and Absorption of Cost. # IME 401 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Product Design and Development. Transportation assignment. DBMS. DSS. Linear programmes. Sensitivity analysis. 248 IME 403 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 412 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Decisions under certainty. QUANTITATIVE DECISION MODELS Decision making. COMPUTER METHODS FOR ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT. Files & Systems. Materials Requirement Planning. DESIGN OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Prereq. 4GLs. Inventory Control Models. Acceptance Sampling Plans. Quality Circles. # IME 402 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[3] Production Planning and Scheduling. goals and objectives. Elementary Probability Theory Quality Control Systems. Constrained optimization. Shortest path. Balance Sheet concepts.COURSE DESCRIPTION UNDERGRADUATE OPEN ELECTIVES IME 301 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COST AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Uses of Accounting. Use of Relevant Costs in Decision Making. Historical and Standard Costing Systems. Economics of Quality. risk and uncertainty. Max-flow and minimum cost models. Cost Classification. Information Technology: Computer Networking. Information Management. 3-0-0-4 Prereq. Expert Systems. Maintenance and Reliability Models in Industry. Basic concepts in Quality and Reliability. Unconstrained optimization. Process Capability. Troubleshooting Quality Problems. MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY AND RELIABILITY Prereq. Office Automation. Capacity Planning and Forecasting. Plant/ Facility Location. Job Decision and Work Measurement. Plant Layout and Materials Handling. MIS. Esc 01 or equv. Duality. Information Systems.

Promotion Policy. Consumerism and other social issues in Marketing. Quality and Speed of Information Collection and Dis-semination. Feasibility Study. Analysis of Strengths and Weaknesses.IME 431 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGING ENTREPRENEURIAL ORGANIZATIONS Role of Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship in Evolution of Industrial Society. Investment Analysis. the General Management Function. IME 511 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 514 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 515 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INFORMATION AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION Prereq. Training and HRD. Marketing Research. Household. IME 511. Strategic 249 . Policy Issues: Indian Experience and International Comparisons. Selection & Recruitment. Cost Functions. Strikes and Lockouts. Global Experience. BUSINESS POLICY Prereq. Industrial and Institutional Market Segmentation. IME 514 or equv. Demand Theory. Motivation and Wage Structure. Cash Flow estimation. Market Structure and Price. Distribution. Cost Benefit Analysis. Due Processes. Unique nature of Small Enrepreneural Organizations: Environment-Organizational Relationship. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS Prereq. Opportunities and Threats. IME 301. Economics of the market. Trade Unions and Industrial Relations. Demand and Forecasting. IME 301 or equivalent Basic concepts in Business Economics. Communication in Organizations Informal and Formal Communication. Sources and Costs of funds. The flow of Funds in a business. IME 404 or equv. Targeting and Positioning. Corporate Strategy. Flexibility and Innovations. Performance Appraisal. IME 522 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Management Performance. Public Policy and Collective Bargaining. Advertising and Promotion. Capital Structure. IME 521 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) Human Resource Planning. Economics of Scale and their estimation. MARKETING MANAGEMENT Marketing-mix. Buyer Behaviour. Production Functions and their uses. Effectiveness of Communication with respect to Accuracy. Product policy. Growth and Survival Strategies for Entrepreneurial Organizations. Demand Assessment. Managing Clusters and Networks of Small Organizations. Case Studies of Enrepreneurs Indian and International.

Min cost. File Processing. Mathematical Modeling. Demand Theory and Demand Assessment. Inventory valuation financial rations. Duality. Applications. Cash Flow statements. Profit and Loss account. Conditional probability. Functions of random variables. Linear programming Formulation.) COURSES IME 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Axioms of probability. Preparing financial statements. Network methods Max Flow. Lab exercises on Data Structure. Algorithms and File Management using any appropriate programming language. MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING. Nonlinear Programming Applications and solution methods. OPERATIONS RESEARCH FOR MANAGEMENT Introduction. solution procedures. Accounting mechanics. Shortest path.choices. Structured Programming. Test of Hypothesis. Descriptive and inferential Statistics. Capital Budgeting. Production Functions and their estimation. Sensitivity. Balance Sheet concepts. FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Financial Accounting. Effect of plant size on cost. Applications Integer Programming Formulation. POST GRADUATE (M. Complexity. Individual group and structural issues. Market Structure and Price. Introduction to statistical Packages. Cost of capital. Expectations of random variables. Algorithms for Searching and Sorting. Culture. Principle of optimality. Sources of funds. Data Structures such as Arrays. Basic records. Analysis of Variance. Overhead cost control. Dynamic programming Sequential decisions. Allocation and Absorption of cost. Management Style. Managerial Economics concept. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING Computing Computer Organization. Financial Engineering Module 1 : Basic Elements of Financial Systems and Financial Management 250 IME 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] IME 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 605 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ./Ph. Organizational Processes in Strategy Implementation. Simulation of cash flow Cost accounting.D. Queues and Trees. Allocation joint costs. the Control Systems. Design of historical and standard costing systems. Relevant costs. Adjustment entries. Stacks. Conventions. Regression Analysis. Cost classification. Jointly distributed random variable. Estimation of Parameters. Cost functions. Data Representation. Discrete and Continuous random variables.Tech.

Swaps : Currency Swaps. General Arbitrage Relationships. finite difference methods Module 3 : Options and Futures Markets • Forward and futures contracts : Basic definition. poisson process Application of Stochastic processes in (i) Queueing Theory. Valuation of Futures. Applications. IME625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 251 . Introduction to Stochastic Processes and its Applications Course contents a) b) Introduction to stochastic process. COMPUTER AIDED DECISION SYSTEMS System Analysis: Information System Analysis and Design. Greek letters : Definitions and how they are used. etc. Database Management Systems. (iii) Manufacturing (iii) Finace. Simulation Languages. approaches to risk management. Query Languages. Emerging Areas like communication network distributed systems and knowledge based systems. Languages and Data Structures. (ii) Scheduling. The Binomial Method. Applications to Hedging & Speculating. IME 605 or equv. Delta Hedging. Monte Carlo simulation. Markov chains. Markov processes. Stochastic Differential Equations. history of bank regulation. and Futures. Statistical Considerations. Futures & Forwards on Commodities & Currencies. Arbitraging mispriced Options. • • Module 4 : Financial Risk Management • • IME 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[4] Introduction : Different types of risk . Interest Rate Futures. Interest Rate Swaps Options : Definitions. Methodology Approaches Programming Considerations. Simulation. Martingales and Measures Numerical procedures : Binomial & trinomial trees. (vi) Marketing.• Fundamentals of Financial Systems and Domain Knowledge of Finacial Management Module 2 : Mathematical Background • • Introduction to Stochastic Calculus : Wiener processes and Ito’s lemma. Decision Support System. Pricing of Stock Options on Stock Indices. Currencies. Differences between Forwards & Futures. Random walks. Prereq. Payoff Diagrams. Validation.

Travelling Salesman. (Khaciyan’s algorithms). Forecasting. Methods engineering. Decomposition Methods. Max flow. Qualitative Models. Assembly line balancing. Applications to various disciplines. Game Theory. Data structure for combinatorial optimization problems.Meta heuristic optimization methods – Simulated Annealing. pseudopolynomial and polynomial-time algorithms. IME 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Stochastic processes. Human Factors engineering. Emphasis on real-life applications of network flows and state of the art algorithms. COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION Prereq. Applications in queues and inventories. Applications from Quality Control and Production Control. Worst-case complexity. Time Series Analysis. Scheduling methods including Complexity Theory . Assignments and matching. Project Management and Network models. MANAGEMENT DECISION ANALYSIS Multi-objective decisions. Matching. Graph nations and computer representations. Policy Decisions. Genetic Algorithms. Polynomial problems-shortest path. METHODS IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Prereq. Work design. Product development. Analytic Hierarchy Process. Capacity planning. IME 605 or equv. Convex cost flows. Maximum Flows. and Generalized flows. Spanning tress. Tabu Search Single and multi-criteria Decision Analysis.IME 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NETWORK FLOWS ALGORITHMS Prereq. Markov Chains. Analysis of Heuristics. Plant location. label setting and label correcting algorithms. Minimum cost flows. IME 602 or eqv. and IME 605 or eqv. Sequencing problems. Aggregate ProductionPlanning. IME 605 or equivalent IME 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Complexity of algorithms. Linear Programming. augmenting path and preflow-push algorithms. Master 252 IME 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Matroid Intersec tion problem. Smoothing Methods. Materials handling. DESIGN OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Production systems : concepts and integrated view. Vertex Packing. NPhard problems-Knapsack. Autoregressive and Box Jenkins Models. Project Risk Analysis. Statistical Decision Trees. Plant layout. Recent trends OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Overview of Manufacturing Planning and Control. Decisions under uncertainty. Shortest paths. Minimum spanning trees. Sequencing. Set-covering and other Integer programming problems.

Effect of Inspection Errors on QA : ISO 9000/QS9000. Process Capability Studies. R&D as an element of corporate strategy. p. Structure of organization for R&D in Indian firms and in Govt. Capacity Planning and Facility Choice. Shewhart Control Charts for Process Control. Improving creativity. Continuous sampling Plans. Formulating and Implementing Manufacturing IME 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 253 . c. Capacity Planning. Human Factors in Quality and Reliability. Demand Management. MANUFACTURING POLICY Introduction to Management and Corporate Strategy. Basic Statistical Concepts. Effect of Organizational climate on R&D. Subgroup selection. Performance Measures. Sequential Sampling. Taguchi Loss Functions. Technology Assessment. Related Organizational theory and recent trends in Quality Control and Reliability. Dynamic Scheduling. Basic statistical concepts. IME 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGEMENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Types of technological change. Cause-Effect and Pareto diagrams. Perception and Motivation of R&D employees. their inter-relationships. Course will include software applications and industry case studies. FEMA Reliability. Acceptance Sampling Plans. Control Charts. Vendor Development and Rating. Leadership styles in R&D. Regression Analysis. Process of innovation. Blocks to creativity. Economics of Charts and Plans. R&D environment in India. Range. Manufacturing Tolerance Design. Evaluation of Heuristics and Dispatching Rules.Production Scheduling. Process Optimization and Robust Product Design using Orthogonal Arrays. MIL-STD-105E. research laboratories. Single Machine Models. Review of Design of Experiments. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TAGUCHI METHODS Prereq. CUSUM chart. Creativity. Design of Experiments. IME 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Quality Assurance and TQC. Process and Product Reliability. Quality Engineering: System. Flow Shop and Job Shops. Process Capability. Computer Applications. Acceptance Sampling plans. Process diagnosis using runs. and u charts. Technical Specifications and Standardization. IME 602 or BSO 209 or equv. Scheduling. Quality Control and Production Systems. Economics of Quality. Technological Forecasting. Manufacturing policy. Control of Accuracy and Precision. IME 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF QUALITY Prereq. Basic Concepts in Quality and Reliability. Project selection and evaluation. Xbar. Parameter and Tolerance Design. IME 602 or equv. Systems Approach. np. IS 2500.

Technology in Indian Industries. organizational restrictions. Organization structure.Policies. Quality. Case Studies. Integration of New with Old Technology. Flexible Manufacturing Systems-Planning and Scheduling. the design and development of production quality software. Intellectual property Rights and Implications for Industry Policy and Technology Management DESIGN OF ORGANIZATIONS Introduction to organizations and evolution of organization theory. Functions and Components of CIMS. It is intended to give the students both knowledge about. IME 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[0] COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Fundamental of Automation in Manufacturing. Group Technology. Software Project Design. Competition and Industrial Structure. Automated Quality and Inspection. Factory Areas Networking. and practical experience in. organization conflict and change. The techniques taught in the class will be applied to a substantial teamproject. Software Project Planning and Costing. Process Control. Software Project Management. Testing. CMM Levels. Quantitative Methods. Managing Technology Spillovers. Expert Systems. Managing Technologies. Learning organizations and organization effectiveness MANAGING SOFTWARE PROJECTS This course will cover the techniques for managing software projects. NC Machines and Part Programming. Classification and Coding. Strategic R&D Management and Technological Consortia. IME 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 254 . Technology Development Process. Technology Acquisition Process. Simulation. Organization environment and culture. AGVs. values and organizations as institutions Power and politics in organizations. Computer-Aided Process Planning. Formulating a Technology Strategy. Conveyors. Course topics will be as follows: Software Process. Justification of new Technology. Automated Materials Handling: Robots. IME 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INDUSTRIAL POLICY & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Policy-Technology Choice : Linkage. Requirements Engineering. Human Factor. Assimilation of Technology. Management Accounting and Technology. Technology. Technology Development and Acquisition process. Software Technology DBMS. National Technology Policies. Software Configurat-ion Management. Technology-Strategy Linkage. Evaluation of Manufacturing Strategies. Software Metrics. Licenting and Joint Ventures. Factory of the Future.

Group Technology. Data Structures. Problem Presentation. Design Planning and Object-Oriented Systems in Manufacturing. Economic and Technological Aspects. Integrated Manufacturing Modelling and FMS. Production Planning. Manufacturability Evaluation. 0-0-0-0 IME 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 697 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[4] IME 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] IME 699 IME 799 M. Exposure to Expert System Shells and Packages. Input-Output. Simulation of FMS. Development of Expert Systems. System in Manufacturing Planning. Process Planning. Control Components. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence. analyze and then solve the problem and prepare its implementation details. INTELLIGENT MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Introduction to and overview of Expert Systems. Communication and Networking. Predicates. Introduction to PROLOG. On completion of the summer project the student will submit a written report and give a seminar to the IME Department. Layout Design. Materials Handling. Flexibility Measures. Feature Extraction and Recognition. under the supervision and guidance of an officer/executive of the host organization. Bar Codes and Coding of Components. D. Capacity Planning. Robot Trajectory Planning. Systems in Product Design and Development. Syntax and operations. Knowledge Bases and Representation. Scheduling. Probability and Fuzzy Logic. Applications Exercises. Loading and Routing. Resource Scheduling. Equipment Selection. User Interface. Hardware Components. Scheduling and Control. Logic. System Planning and Design Problems. Classes and Expert System Approaches. INDUSTRIAL PROJECT A 6-8 week industrial project for M Tech students during the period intervening the II and III semesters on a problem of practical relevance completed in an industrial or service organization. Development Cycle. Tech. Expert System Structure. SEMINAR. The student will study. THESIS Ph. Expert System Development tools. Product Design. Backtracking and Cut.IME 682 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Flexible Automation An Overview. NC Part Programming. Automatic Storage and Retrieval. Process Planning Generative and Variant. Mini Projects. Aggregate Production Planning for FMS. THESIS 255 . Management Issues. Analysis. Systems in System Design. Inference Mechanism. Inspection.

Working capital management. It focuses on developing expertise in designing the means of measuring corporate performance. Various methods of cost determination and cost accounting systems such as activity based costing systems and responsibility accounting. Micro Level Firm Behaviour. The first module deals with techniques to measure and enhance profitability and quality of products and services. Investment Analysis. Economics of Market. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR MANAGEMENT Basic concepts in business economics. National . Portfolio Management. Structure of Indian economy. Cost of Capital. Course will be based on case study and journal articles. and different control systems are required to implement their strategies and achieve superior performance. Concept of GDP Theories of Money Supply. Production Function. identifying the scope for improvement.MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMME MBA 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGEMENT Balance sheet. Determination of capital structure of the firm. Income and domestic product. Theories of Competition. Theory of Supply and Demand. Extensive case studies will employed in this course. accounting principles and mechanics. Debt Management. A number of accounting concepts and techniques. profit and loss concepts. Introduction to cost Accounting. Monetary approach. Capital asset pricing models. The MBA 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 256 . are basic skills required for this course. MEASURING AND DRIVING CORPORATE PERFORMANCE This course is relevant to all managers and consultants. Determination of Price. Indian economic growth and development. Inventory Valuation and Depreciation accounting. covered in the foundation course. balance of Payments. Utility theory. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fund and Cost Flow Analysis. Leverages. Another premise of this course is that organizations have different strategies. The course is organized in three modules. Dividend Policy. Market Structure and Price. Ratio and Fund flow analysis. theory of Macro Economics. Concept of Financial Strategy. Tools such as Activity Based Management. Inflation. Target and Kaizen costing. and Activity-based Budgeting are key topics in this module. Flexible Budgeting. Keynesian theory of income determination. and in evolving managerial action to achieve improvement. Use of costing systems in decision making.

Economics of their operations in India. Economic Value Added (EVA). Leasing. MBA 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INVESTMENT VALUATION AND REAL OPTIONS Investment Valuation Estimating Cost of Equity and Cost of Capital. 257 . Option to Expand Option to Abandon. Valuing Natural Resoures Using Real Options. depositories. It deals with the control-needs of Information flow. the operation of RBI and SEBI. This will be done through small problem-exercise/casediscussion/term paper. and their regulation. Strategic Profitability Analysis. Finally. Banking instruments. In the Banking part of this module. It is meant for all those who have anything to do with finance or corporate strategy. Hire purchase. the course will look at Financial Institutions – all India Development Finance institutions (FI’s). and new financial products. In its 2nd module. Appraising Projects with Real Options. players. cash management in banks. structure of their markets.. the economics of their operation. the course will deal with the regulation of the financial sector. and the market itself. A third module introduces the student to the Information Systems aspects of management control. functions and dysfunctions. and Consumer finance enterprises. The analytical parts will help students to participate with numbers and decisions in the context of the financial system. Option Pricing Theory. Another part of this module deals with intermediaries that help in buying goods and services viz. the course will deal with – retail banking. and their long-term strategy are key analytical aspects in this module. investment planning and strategy will be the analytical focus. peppered with analytical parts. underwriters. merchant banking. and their methods. It is descriptive at core.. The course first explores the Intermediaries in the share market – brokers. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND REGULATORS This course is about financial systems. For each. we analyse their Role. Analytical focus will be on Project Appraisal. state level institutions. Option Pricing Applications in Valuation Real Options in Managerial Decision Making Binomial Tree Method for Valuing Real Options.2nd module deals with the setting of performance goals and incentives. and the use of diagnostic tools and control systems to achieve the goals. Option to Delay. broad portfolios. and investment banking. viz. and its consolidation in multi-locational setting. MBA 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES. and Foreign Financial institutions (FFI’s). and Balanced Scorecard are some of the tools used in this module. registrars.

Organization structure and the open system design. Organization Goals. State of-art research papers and case studies will be used for the selected topics. Career Management. Strategy. Management of conflict and crativity. combinative and rapid replication capabilities in the service business. MBA 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ORGANIZING FOR SERVICES The context of service organizations. Growth and Evolution. Organization Structures and Systems. Due Process. technology issues. Behavior models in services. Systems Perspective of change. Restructuring of PSUs. Training and HRD. Organization Environment and Culture. Group Dynamics and Leadership. Service Organizations. Political economy of underdevelopment. Public Policy and Collective Bargaining. Japanese HRM. HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Meaning of Work and Humans as Resource. Power and Politics. Trade Unions and Industrial Disputes. Organizations and Markets. Influence of religion 258 MBA 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Motivation and Compensation Management. Change and Restructuring. Performance Appraisal. Impact of technology on service business functions. SOCIAL POLITICAL AND LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS Industrial revolution and industrialization. Various Design Options. Empowerment and Participation. Creative destruction. cultures and organizations. Frameworks for conceptualizing change and organizational change – people. Sociology of development. Organizing for strategic flexibility in service organizations. Total quality management and organization change. New interfaces and boundary spanning roles. Structuring high performance service businesses. Organization Conflict. Organizations as Networks.MBA 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AND DESIGN Introduction to Organizations. MBA 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGING CHANGE IN ORGANIZATIONS Problematising organizations: Stakeholders. Indian rural and urban society. Self-regulating. Developing deductive. Structure & Technology. Organizing and leading shared services and BPO projects. environment. process. recalcitrant instruments – linear and nonlinear changes. Information technology and organization change.organizing for customer participation. Technology & HRM. organization – Integrating evolutionary and revolutionary changes. Learning Organizations and organization Effectiveness. Challenges of continuous change. Human Resource Planning and Selection. structures. cultural dimensions in service business. Reengineering and restructuring.

both in the context of the developed economies as well as the third world. Welfare state and Civil society. The purpose of the course is to study the concept of globalisation and develop a multi-faceted understanding of it. Organizational Managerial Communication.prosperity vs. The course proposes to develop a historical understanding of the present wave of globalisation by delving in to the evolution of capitalism from its early mercantilist phase. Interpersonal Communication. Ongoing Communication Process and flow. Fundamental rights. The Media and Tools of Communication Climate. As we are living in an era of unprecedented economic political and social interconnections there is a need to re-examine our assumptions about social and econmic organization. underdevelopment and the underlying reasons for the same.and karma. Social stratification. poverty growth vs. Feudalism. Environmental legislation. Constitution of India. Low Structure: One to One Communication. Environmental issues and legislation. especially in the framework of state . Corporate social responsibility and business ethics. The course will focus on the role of corporations as drives of the contemporary wave of globalisation. Business law. It will also discuss the contradictions of globalisation . Interactional Presentation. There will be atleast one case/exercise in each class. Local self government. Meetings and Conferences. Finally the course will endeavour to evaluate some alternate forms of globalisation which have the possibility of going beyond the problems of the current form of globalisation. MBA 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] GLOBALISATION STATE & CORPORATIONS ‘Globalisation’ perhaps is one of the most debated and contested concept of the contemporary times. Planning and Producing Effective Business Reports. Income tax Act. Work ethic. Business and Managerial Communication Research. Sale of goods act. Contract act. 259 MBA 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .corporation relations. and social movements. Further it would attempt to situate the significance of global institutions like the IMF and the WTO in the Corporation vs. The course proposes to adopt a multi disciplinary approach in developing an understadnding of the dominant theories and concepts. castes. negotiable instruments act. State debate on the one hand and the tension between the interests of the developed countries and the third world on the other. High Structure: One to One Communication. Exposure to e-Communication. partnership act. Multiplicity of languages. Formats for Business letters and Memos. Party system. to the industrial phase and finallly to its present finance capitalism phase. It would also examine the changing role of State. use and Communication System. cultures. Arbitration. MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION the Manager. The classroom discussions will be based primarily on appropriate case studies of various countries and corporations. Personal Language. Directive principles of state policy. Judicial system. Keys to Functional Writings. Companies Act.

economies of scale. strategy for growth such as concentric growth and diversification. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT General Management Function. design of organization structure of manufacturing divisions. MBA 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY Policy – Technology Choice: Linkage. Licensing and joint Ventures. virtual teams. community of practitioners for strategic flexibility will be some of the emerging paradigms covered in this course. Technology. Role of implementation issues in strategy formulation. In the second module this course will develop from theories of entrepreneurship an applied approach for managing disruptive innovation to create new high growth businesses. Competition and Industrial Structure. concept of organizational purpose. strategic dimensions of technology. resolution of conflicts between manufacturing and marketing. Strategic R&D management and Technological Consortia. real time monitoring and adaptive control systems for small businesses and the role of clusters. environmental scanning and formulation of objectives. The crafting approach to finance. marketing. managing diversity and growth. Corporate Innovation & Entrepreneurship: In the first module this course will take an applied approach to learn the imperatives of lateral thinking and accelerated innovation in large organizations under relentless pressure of discontinuity. characteristics of job shops and flow shops. Introduction to the corporate strategy. Impact of organizational culture. Concept of aligning of manufacturing and the corporate strategy. learning curve effects. service and purchasing. concept of PWP. interactions of design department with manufacturing. using CPC and other rapid development/deployment IT tools for accelerating targeted innovation and new product concept to market processes.MBA 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANUFACTURING STRATEGY Product and factory life cycle. choice of organizational structure and designing control systems to support the implementation of the strategy. structure. formulating the technology strategy. Managing Technologies. 260 . Managing Technology Spillovers. National Technology Policies. Technology Development and Acquisition process. Technology in Indian Industries. It will explore integrative framework for individuals. role of values in strategy formulation and evaluation. operations and other entrepreneurial strategies. systems in strategy implementation and Merger and Acquisitions.

Justification of new technology. design and marketing of appropriate products and services. convergent. efficient use of core technologies and effective exploration of “pacing” to “break through” changes simultaneously. human resource. international coordination and leadership. MBA 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT This course is relevant to all executives who plan or operationalise business strategies across multiple countries -–for international marketing. or international ownership. MBA 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGING HIGH TECHNOLOGY. no longer works in high technology firms. technology platforms and option architecture. international sourcing. Assimilation of Technology. 3-0-0-4. management accounting and technology. — Global high technology products and services – proactive IP management strategies in global organizations. incremental and radical innovation. — Forecasting and real time integration of Enterprise Systems. Continuous innovation is the only way to survive in global. Many competitive strategy models. and key aspects in operationalising the strategy – through organization structure. — Strategic technology maps. — The paradox of formal systems and flexible strategies. Biotechnology. — Organizing for perennial renaissance–Hard. We shall invite frequent 261 . Life science. practices in high technology firm who depend on the mastery of the dynamic tension between stability and change. — The challenge of high technology convergence and diffusion. This course will take a close look at strategy. strategic opportunities and competeness for internationalising. IP audit and the strategy of renewable. Integration of New with Old technology. the course will maintain a close proximity to some themes of particular interest. network economics and connected corporations. It focuses on learning about the global business environment. soft and creative paradigms in High technology management. Semiconductor and Consumer electronics domains. This elective course will also explore new software tools for managing policy dynamics and multi option strategies. highly volatile industries in Telecom. While working towards these learning objectives. Pharma. Intellectual Property Rights and their Implications for Industry Policy and Technology Management. — The high technology – strategy interface.

weaknesses. In this context.attention to businesses that originate or operate in India/Asia. a lot of intergration is taking place between economic theory.. Much of the course will be through Case-discussions. and develop new competences and relationships. We will also be conscious of Governance relationships of investors from developed countries that affect their businesses in less developed ones. The course emphasizes practical managerial applications of topics from industrial economics and strategy: economics of scale and scope. On the other hand. Country and product based presentations will also be utilised for building specific understanding. industry analysis market structure commitment dynamic competition entry/exit the econmics of competitive advantage incentives in firms internal labour markets and executive remuneration. Economics of Business Policy seeks to provide management students an introduction to the interface between industrial organization theory and strategic management theory. and the MBA 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 262 . MBA 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MARKETING MANAGEMENT Marketing Environment. On the one hand. the concept of marketing mix. four P’s of marketing. management strategy theorists are coming to depend on industrial organization theory to provide a general framework for organizing the otherwise incoherent mass of facts available to them. opportunities and threats). And.related tenents of economics (old and new) to develop a coherent analytical basis for the formulation and evaluation of the external and internal strategies of the firm. MBA 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANAGEMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY : AN INDIAN PERPECTIVE : The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the current global market trends. ECONOMICS OF BUSINESS POLICY : Intermationally. Company analysis (strength. This is true with respect to both a firm’s external market environment and its internal organization. It uses the business. issues of global governance and emarging debates about new technologies and corporate ethics. particularly industrial organization theory and management sterategy theory. we shall be conscious of how organizations may. The expectation is to add value in the making of students worldviews on economy and society and provide a conceptual framework for the managerial tasks of diagnosing predicting and responding to changes in the world economy. through business “without borders”. Cultural patterns as well as the Regulatory environment in different countries will be a recurrent theme in our discussions. stretch their capacities. industrial organization theorists are trying to draw on real life management practices to develop never and more relavent theories.

Marketing strategy. (c) Discriminant and Canonical Analysis. (b) Standardized Sources. E-marketing. MBA 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MARKETING OF SERVICE. (d) Attitudes. Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research. Values and Involvement. Enterprise Middleware. Miscellaneous Emerging opportunities. Internet Networking. MBA 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] E-MARKETING Marketing Fundamentals (environment. price. Postpurchase Evaluation and Product Disposal. International marketing. Managing ‘on line’ ‘on demand’ multiplicity makes marketing of services 263 MBA 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Consumers as decision Markers: (a) Individual decision Making. (c) Information Collection: Qualitative and Observational Methods. Data collection : (a) Secondary Sources of Marketing Data. MARKETING RESEARCH. (B) Research design and Implementation. The concept of market segmentation and differentiation. 3-0-0-4. promotion. (d) Factor and Cluster Analysis. (b) Correlation Regression Analysis. (b) Learning and Memory. (f) Experimentation. Targeting. (e) Attitude Measurement. (e) Attitude change and Persuasive Communication. competition. consumer behaviour segmentation. Service businesses today are global from inception yet needs intricate localization. (f) Presenting the results. Right Enterprise Applications. product positioning and its applications in demand forecasting. Real-time Analytic. Ratial and Religious Subcultures. In this course concepts will elaborated by the use of cases and research papers. (b) Lifestyles and Global Culture. Consumers as individuals: (a) Perception. (c) Group Influence. (c) Sacred and Profane Consumption. Marketing economy and public policy issues. 4P’s – product. (b) Ethic. Opinion Leadership. 3-0-0-4 Consumers in the Market place: (a) An introduction to Consumer Behaviour. (b) The Purchase Situation. E-Paradigm. (c) Motivation. (e) Multidimensional Scaling and Conjoint Analysis. (g) Sampling fundamentals.concept of marketing strategy. operational challenges – web sales and marketing. Digital marketing Opportunities. 3-0-0-4 Nature and scope of Marketing research: (a) the Marketing Research Process. Consumers and Cultures: (a) Cultural Influences on Consumer Behaviour. ASP and other financial choices. CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR. (d) Information from Respondents. Frontline Access. Consumers and Sub Cultures: (a) Income and Social Class. (d) Organizational and Household Decision Making. and positioning. (f) Self. web services. place). Data Analysis: (a) Hypothesis Testing: Basic concepts and tests of Associations.

and/or institutional customers.challenging. Today. resource base. The second module will stress on (1) the development and implementation of marketing strategies with focus on issues like organizational capabilities. The first module is designed to examine agency as business. the topical area applied largely to industrial manufacturing firms. the fundamentals of advertising theory and the evaluation of different kinds of advertising. and deliver value to other businesses. In year past. and tools for organizations as diverse as management consulting firms. BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MARKETING Business to Business Marketing encompasses those management activities that enable a supplier firm to understand. market structure. Strategic Marketing of Services — — Segmentation and Targeting of Service Positioning Service Marketing as “Process” — — — Service Product Service Delivery Servicescapes Some Cases: Four customers in search of solution (Segmentation) — MBA 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Vertical Net (e-Business Strategy ADVERTISING AND MARKETING STRATEGY This course is an advanced marketing elective that focuses on the job of the product/brand manager. software solutions providers. create. and competitive behaviour (2) branding strategy with emphasis on product positioning. Business to business marketing is also referred to as business market management an industrial marketing. concepts. There are two modules in the course. The first module is on advertising and the second on strategic issues of market planning. among many other leading-edge technology and service companies. investment banks. governments. As business to business marketing expands its scope and stature. business to business marketing provides practical frameworks. this course 264 MBA 637 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . and integrated supply management operations. Service marketing is a thriving area of academic pursuit and excellent textual as well as research findings will support this course.

Furthermore. Introduction to data base management. DATABASE MANAGEMENT Decision Process and Database Management. Review of Basic Probability and Statistics. “4P’s plus industrial examples” format. this course emphasises that business marketer must learn not only to create value. inter-organizational trust. criteria for database design. query optimization. Various scenarious in marketing such as shelf space allocation problem viewer ship maximizing problem contract design ( between producers and customers) for perishable products ( such as movies) and many others. System Configuration. with the advent of relationship and network theories. 265 MBA 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . concurrent operations. Programming Considerations. Introduction to an appropriate high level language. Understanding of business buying and marketing behaviour within the context of relationship/network theories is the central learning from this proposed elective. canonical databases. SIMULATION OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS Simulation Philosophy and Methodologies. integrity and protection. but also to equitably share value with customer firms. Random number Generation. recovery methods. distributed databases. Evolution of Databases. SQL. global view of data. Animation. Given this background. security. query languages. strategic alliance environmental sensitivity. normal forms. Verification and Validation. Computer Organization. the overall objectives of this course are to create an understanding of the current state-of-art of organizational buying behaviour and business-to-business marketing.aims at reinvigorating training in marketing beyond the tired old. Simulation Languages. Languages and Data Structures. COMPUTING FOR MANAGEMENT Computers and Management Function. Schemas and subschemas. MBA 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DECISION MODELS FOR MARKETING : This is course where engineering techniques such as modeling and optimization are applied to the area of marketing. file organization. decision support systems and simulation. This course will emphasize the interrelatedness of concepts such as multifunctional teams. Introduction to Data Structures. management information systems. relational data model. Role of database administrator. organizational learning and adherence to ethical principles. datastructures. relational algebra and calculus. industrial applications.

Applications How the Internet. Evolution of ERP Components of ERP Enterprise evaluation. telecommunications and database management: technologies. Business Process Re-engineering . Business process mapping. and managerial implications involved in computer hardware.Design and Execution of Simulation Experiments. Networking issues. groupware. Hence this course will focus on process as well as technology systems for anticipation. Development Developing information system solutions to business problems using a systems approach to problem solving and variety of business application development methodologies. Management The challenges of managing information systems technologies. managerial. Project on SAP system. content management. ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION WITH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Prereq. Case studies 266 MBA 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Simulation of Production System – Inventories. Technology evaluation. developments. SAP system. managerial decision making. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Foundation Concepts: Basic information systems concepts about the components and the operations. MBA 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIES & KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS Successful knowledge management requires strategic management of information system and organizational culture. intranets. resources. search and pattern analysis. Students will design Knowledge Management Systems for functional applications in different industry domains using various tools like document management. including global IT management. enterprise collaboration. Queues and Production Scheduling. BI & EIP . and strategic advantage. recombination and analytics of modules in a global organization. Technology: Major concepts. Harnessing tacit knowledge using the SECI and other models deal with people issues of learning. . Strategies for managing explicit knowledge deal with technologies and systems for storage. sharing and integrating knowledge. and strategies. retrieval. and security and ethical challenges. and strategic roles of information systems. business operations. strategic IS planning and implementation. ERP implementation. Applications: Case Flow and Risk Analysis by Simulation Using Spreadsheets. Human resource issues and change management. MBA 645 or # Need for integration. extranets and other information technologies are used in modern information systems to support electronic commerce. software. creation and use of knowledge as a strategic resource for competitive advantage.Understanding and evaluating ERP packages. .

Product Design and Process Selection in Manufacturing and Service. Learning Curves. Manufacturing and Service Systems. Capacity Planning. Continuous and Periodic Review Models. Product Decisions. Quality Function Development. conditional probability. Process Optimization and Robust Product Design. Production Planning Models– Lot Sizing and Aggregate Planning. Problem Solving and Quality Management. Job Design and Work Measurement. Line Balancing. EOQ. Introduction to Design of Experiments. the central limit theorem. Stochastic Models and Safety Stock. Forecasting and market Analysis. Inventory Systems for Dependent Demands – Material Requirements Planning. Course will include projects and industry case studies. Alternative Generation and Evaluation. Kaizin. Basic Statistical Concepts. Quality Control. SPC. Employee involvement and customer Value Evaluation. Operations Scheduling. Control of Accuracy and Precision. Elementary probability theory. Materials Management Functions. Quality Management Systems. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Total Quality Management. Physical Supply. MRP and Capacity Planning. Leadership. Problem Identification. Forecasting Methods. Bayesian decision analysis. Integration – JIT and Kanban Systems. Managing Inventories. Warehousing/Storage and Retrieval. MBA 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] MBA 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] 267 . Steps to Six Sigma. Management of Service Quality. Financial Evaluation. Inventory Valuation. quality management Philosophies. Process Capability. Inventory Systems – Costs. problem solving Fundamentals. Facilities Location and Layout. MILSTD-105D. Logistical Management – Materials Handling. Policy Decisions. moment generating functions. Acceptance Sampling. ISO 9000. Value Analysis. Transportation and Distribution. Management of Software Quality. Quality Engineering.MBA 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR DECISION MAKING Introduction to decision analysis and process. IT and Role of E-Business. Hypothesis testing and Regression PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Concepts. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Strategic Framework for Supply Chain. Context and Decision Process in Production System. Purchasing and Procurement. Descriptive and deductive statistics. EVPI. Process Decisions. Diagnosis. Elementry concepts related to 7 Old and 7 New Tools for quality Assurance. Definition.

Project Control. Computer Supports. Robotic Systems and AGV. MBA 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MBA 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 268 . Project Economics. Network Planning including Queuing Networks. Project Implementation. Information Systems and Factory Area Networks. Concurrent Engineering. Just-in-Time Manufacturing. Service and Competitive Strategy. World Class Manufacturing. Innovation and Knowledge Management in the Service based business. Lean and Agile Manufacturing. Evaluation. MANAGING SERVICE OPERATIONS Service as Product. Learning. R&D Projects. Professional Service: Achieving differentiation through knowledge and relationship. Product Development – Conceptual Design. Project Termination. Pricing and Transfer Pricing of Connected Services. Automation and Communication. Location and Layout of Service Facilities. community of practitioners for strategic flexibility will be some of the emerging paradigms covered in this course. Simulation and Performance Evaluation. design and Planning. Facility Location and Layout. Structuring – Organizational and Work Breakdown. Cross Cultural issues. Manpower and Resource Scheduling and Distribution Planning. Scheduling. Design of Service Systems. Resource Management. real time monitoring and adaptive control systems for small businesses and the role of clusters. Flexible Manufacturinganalysis. Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing. Human Factors. Productivity and Service Effectiveness. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Manufacturing System – Decisions and Functions. Screening and Selection. Automation and Integration. Forecasting Models. The crafting approach to finance. Numerical and Computer Control. Managing for World Class. Service delivery systems and IT applications. CIMS Technology. Service Quality and Service Level best practices for call centers and related services. Life-Cycle Costing. IT enabled services and Technology Convergence. Process Engineering and CAPP. Resource Scheduling.MBA 665 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL Framework of Manufacturing Planning. Hierarchical Planning System. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Characteristics of Projects. Budgeting. operations and other entrepreneurial strategies. In the second module this course will develop from theories of entrepreneurship an applied approach for managing disruptive innovation to create new high growth businesses. Service Engineering including Work Design.

Regulatory Risk etc. Industry Concentration Risk. Options. Risk Analysis. Different types of Risks like Systematic Risk.e. BOOT. Competition in Infrastructure Sector (Bulk Power. Risks in Infrastructure Sector. Pricing for Infrastructure Sector. PROJECT FINANCING AND MANAGEMENT Generation and Screening of Project Ideas. Commodity Price Risk. Security Analysis and Valuation. Ports. Interest Rate Risk. BOLT etc. Legal Risk. DERIVATIVES AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Financial Markets. Investment Strategies. use of derivatives like currency swaps. interest rate futures. forward rate agreements etc. Multilateral Project Financing. Hedging and Portfolio Management. Counter party Risk. Liquidity Risk. Efficient Market Hypothesis. Derivatives. Portfolio Theory and Capital Asset Pricing. Project Life Cycle. Role of Subsidies. Environmental Risk. Methods of Risk control and Management. Operational Risk. Methods of identifying and measuring different types of risks. Transportation). Urban Services) Restructuring and Privatisation in Infrastructure Sector. Investment Alternatives. Telecom. Risk and Return. MANAGEMENT OF RISK IN FINANCIAL SYSTEM Concept of Risk and Risk Management. Black-Scholes model. Sources of Finance. Techniques for Project Management. Investment Criteria. Reform Acts. Swaps. Market Risk. Venture Capital. Issues in Infrastructure Finance. requirement of active Risk Management techniques through use of VaR model. Futures. Reforms in the Infrastructure Sector (Power. Development of Infrastructure Projects -–BOO.. POLICY AND FINANCE Role of Infrastructure in Economic Development. Financing Infrastructure Projects. Value at risk. i. Consortium Financing. Fundamental Analysis. Roads. monitoring of ALM (Asset Liability Management). Telecom.. Foreign Exchange Risk. Regulatory Risk. Performance Based Regulation. Project Finance. Rate of Return Regulation. Modes of Project Financing. Financial Projections. Estimating volatility and correlations. Cost Benefit Analysis. Project Appraisal and Evaluation. Natural Monopoly and Economics of Infrastructure Regulation. MBA 676 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] MBA 677 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] MBA 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] 269 . Credit Risk. Capital Asset Pricing Theory and Arbitrate Pricing Theory. Use of Risk Models. Valuation of equity and Fixed-income securities.MBA 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] INFRASTRUCTURE REGULATION. Technical Analysis. SECURITY ANALYSIS.

270 . each student will take up a summer project in an industrial or service organization for 8-10 weeks. the student will present a final report of the project. prepare a written report. During this period. the student will work under the guidance of an executive of the host organization. Towards the end of the semester.MBA 697 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] SUMMER PROJECT During the summer after first two semesters. each student will take up a management project or management topic under the guidance of a specific faculty. complete the assignment. SEMINAR MBA 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] MBA 699 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[0] SPECIAL STUDIES/PROJECT In this course. and make a presentation during the third semester.

in Tel Nos/Fax : +91-512-259 . Chemistry.. An M Tech (LT) degree is awarded by the Institute to successful candidates. The compulsory courses on Laser Technology laboratory techniques facilitate the process. Metallurgical Engineering and Electrical Engg. STRUCTURE OF THE (M.. students carry out their M Tech projects in the laboratories of the Centre for Laser Technology (CELT) or in those of the departments stated above.lasers and cognated areas.7766 The Laser Technology Programme (LTP) at IIT Kanpur started in July 1988 with the aim and objective of training young Engineering and Science graduates for providing skilled manpower in a very specialised field . Thesis ** One Electronics Course * One Elective Course LT 611 Laser Systems and Applications 271 . Chemistry. Mechanical Engineering. Students of suitable background generally coming from Physics. emphasis is on hands-on experience on lasers. DUGC : Convenor. are accepted into the program. Tech.LASER TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMME PROFESSORS Budhani R C Das U (Head) Ghosh AK John J Kamle S Muralidhar K Thareja RK rcb utpal anjn jjohn kamle kmurli 7185 7150 7105 7088 7689 7182 7686 7989 7928 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Goswami D Mishra D P Pradhan A Singh YN dgoswami mishra asima ynsingh 7101 7125 7691 7944 7971 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Wanare H hwanare 7885 Panigrahi P K panig CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICERS Bansi Lal 7125 7101 bansi 7930 thareja 7143 Convenor. Electrical Engineering. Electronics Engg.) PROGRAMME Semester I LT 601 LT 631 OE* OE** LT 601 LT 631 LT 680 LT 699 Semester II LT 611 LT 680 OE* LT 699 Semester III LT 699 Semester IV LT 699 Introduction to Lasers Introduction to Coherent and Laser Optics Laser Technology Lab Techniques M. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: Mishra D P mishra Goswami D goswami E-mails : _____@iitk.TECH. Depending on the problem chosen. It is a unique interdisciplinary programme which draws faculty from the departments of Aerospace Engineering. to teach various core courses and guide/supervise M Tech theses. In addition to the usual classroom teaching. Mechanical Engg.

Holography (optical. Schrodinger wave eqn. CW and pulsed lasers. windows. Applications in biology. Laser photochemistry. Fast Fourier transforms. pico-. INTRODUCTION TO COHERENT AND LASER OPTICS Maxwell eqns. Fourier transforming properties of lenses. Q-switching and mode-locking. ELECTRONICS. Atomic. microwave). Waveguides. Oscillation. three. liquid. Physics of gas discharge. 3-0-1-5 Rectification. Ionic. Diffraction and Fourier Optics.and four. femto second spectroscopy. Meteorology. Amplification. Holography. molecular. 3-0-0-4 Atomic. Population inversion. Optical resonators. 3-0-0-4 Introduction to general lasers and their types.level lasers. Elements of Analog and Digital circuitry. Amorphous materials. Polarizors. Matrix methods. Wave properties of light and propagation. LASER SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS. Ray Optics. LASER-INDUCED PROCESSES IN SPECTROSCOPY Laser-induced fluorescence. Metrology and LIDAR. Optical pumping. Coherence theory. Solid state lasers. ionic. Geometrical optics. Atomic systems. Short Pulse generation and measurement. Optical components (Laser mirrors. Resonance Raman and stimulated scattering.COURSE DESCRIPTION LT 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO LASERS. Pulse generation. Interference and interferometers. Medical science. Nano-. Elements of digital signal processing and pattern recognition. Materials processing. molecular. and excimer lasers. quantum physics. Power and Control electronics. Brief intro. acoustic. FOURIER OPTICS AND OPTICAL INFORMATION PROCESSING Practical examples of Diffraction theory. Photoacoustic & photogalvonic spectroscopy.. Laser applications in medicine and surgery. 272 LT 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[5] LT 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LT 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LT 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LT 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . optical cavities. Optical Communication Lasers. gain. Semiconductor and single crystal spectroscopy. Atmospherics. and electro magnetic waves. Scattering from dense fluids. emission and absorption processes. excimer and liquid laser systems and applications. Optical Anisotropic materials.

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LASERS IN INDUSTRY Primary production role of lasers. Laser - materials interaction. Safety, Machining & Welding mechanisms, Heat flow theory. Num. and robot control cutting. Machining with CO2 & YAG lasers, Laser Materials processing. Surface treatment, finish, etc. Arc-augmented laser, Processes Characterization of single and multiphase metals SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS Review of Semiconductor properties; Review of Electromagnetic properties; Basic principle of laser action, Fabrication of lasers; Modulation of lasers; Quantum Well and Quantum Dot Lasers. Passive mode Locking of Semiconductor Lasers. LASER TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY TECHNIQUES Prereq. LT 601, LT 631 Accuracy and precision in measurements, Virtual Instrumentation, Optical aperture and filter measurements, Beam profile and parametric study of different lasers and LEDs, Temporal fluorescence measurement, Spectral measurements of bio-molecules and tissues, Optical fiber transmitter and receiver measurements, Interference measurements of coherence length and convective flow patterns, Laser material processing.

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Development of innovative engineering systems and processes greatly depends on the availability of high performance materials. The field of engineering materials has expanded enormously in the recent past and now encompasses a large variety of materials such as ceramics, glasses, polymers, intermetallics, semiconductors together with traditionally important metals and their alloys. Composites having metal, ceramic, intermetallic or polymer base materials as the matrix have further created a range of commercially important engineering materials so that a great flexibility exists today to create tailor-made engineered materials with specific properties and characteristics for specific applications. Functionally gradient materials fall in this category of materials. Both traditional as well as engineered materials are competing with each other in today’s world. Thus, there exists a strong need for a broad-based unified approach in imparting education and carrying out research in the area of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering that has been pioneered in the country by this Department. A relatively novel undergraduate programme in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering at lIT Kanpur aims at providing the basic understanding of principles underlying metals extraction and refining, 274

structural characterisation of materials at different levels, phase equilibria and phase transformations in material systems and processing-structure-property-performance relationships that exist in materials at large. Several courses on these topics have laboratory experiments built into them. All undergraduate students are thus required to do about 75 experiments related to various aspects of processing, characterisation and performance of materials as part of their compulsory departmental courses. An in-depth study in the area of interest/specialisation is undertaken through departmental electives and the project work. Departmental electives have been designed so as to incorporate new and upcoming knowledge in different areas and also the state of art technologies. The course work is further supplemented with industrial tours that are separately arranged during vacations in the third year and which have a bearing on some of the compulsory courses. The project work in the fourth year of the programme, which may be experimental or computational, enables students to carry out the required work independently, broadening their knowledge in the area of interest/ specialisation. Developing fundamental understanding regarding materials, and their processing and structureproperty- performance correlations that exist in them is the basic goal of the postgraduate programme leading to M Tech and Ph D degrees. This is achieved by offering a good number of courses in different areas of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering. Students are generally encouraged to learn inter-disciplinary aspects of engineering through course work. After a student completes his/ her course requirement for the given programme, he/she carries out research work towards the thesis in the area of his/her specialisation. Theses making original research contributions form an integral part of the programme. Currently, the Department’s areas of research interest include (a) Mineral Engineering and Extractive Metallurgy, (b) Design, Processing and Characterisation of Metallic Materials, (c) Computational Materials Science and Engineering, (d) Intermetallics, Ceramics and Composites, (e) Electron and Spin Device Materials and (f) Nano-Materials Technologies. To this end, the Department is equipped with high intensity magnetic separator, crushers and ball mills, semi-automatic floatation cells, hydro-cyclone test rig, jigging facilities, a wet chemical analysis laboratory, gas chromatograph; oilfired, electric and induction melting furnaces, sand testing and sand casting facilities, pneumatic hammers and hydraulic presses, a swaging mill, a 2-High rolling mill, melt-atomization facility, a hot press for consolidating powder materials, heat treatment and sintering furnaces for different applications, metallography facilities and an Image Analysis System, Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopes, Electron Probe Microanalyzer, X-Ray and DTA facilities, Instron and MTS testing facilities for mechanical testing of materials at low-ambient - and high temperatures, powder characterisation and pressing facilities for metal, ceramic and intermetallic powders. Besides having a reputation for carrying out experimental research work, the Department has also a strong tradition for working in the area of mathematical and physical modeling for materials processing using conventional numerical methods as well as methods based on artificial intelligence and neural networks.


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MME 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSION Historical aspects of various materials, including some landmarks; Natural resources of materials; Cost, economics, energy, environmental and political issues relating to materials industry and applications; Importance of materials and their properties, performance and manufacturing processes in the development and growth of automotive, aerospace and railway sectors, electrical, electronic and telecommunication equipment/systems, energy sector, military hardware, structural and general engineering applications, biomedical/implant materials etc.; Demonstrations/film- shows related to selected materials and their characterization, properties and processing. THERMODYNAMICS OF MATERIALS Heterogeneous and homogeneous systems, extensive and intensive properties, simple equilibrium; First Law of thermodynamics, constant volume and constant pressure processes; Spontaneous processes, entropy and quantification of irrversibility, properties of heat engines, thermodynamic temperature scale, Second Law of thermodynamics, criterion for equilibrium, Entropy and disorder, most probable microstate, configurational entropy and thermal entropy; auxiliary functions, Maxwell’s relations, Gibbs-Helmholtz equation; Third Law of thermodynamics; variation of Gibbs energy with temperature and pressure, Clausius-Clapeyron equation; thermodynamic properties of mixtures of ideal and imperfect gases; reactions in gas mixtures; reactions of pure condensed phases with gas mixtures -standard Gibbs energy of reactions, Ellingham diagrams; Raoulfs and Henry’s Law, activity of a component, Gibbs-Duhem equation, nonideal solutions, regular solutions, quasi-chemical model of solution, activity and alternative standard states; reaction equilibrium in condensed system, Gibbs phase rule, binary systems involving compound formation, solubility of gases in metals, formation of oxide phases of variable composition; relation between chemical and electrical driving forces, Nernst equation, concentration and formation cells, Pourbaix diagrams; thermodynamics of Point Defects. METALLURGICAL KINETICS Prereq. ESO 212

MME 200 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]

MME 210 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]

Thermodynamics vs. kinetics, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions; Chemical Reaction Control-rate equation, reaction rate constant, reaction order, non-elementary reactions; Solid State Diffusion -Fick’s Law, mechanism of diffusion, uphill diffusion, Kirkendall effect, steady and transient diffusion; External Mass Transfer -fluid flow and its relevance to mass transfer, general 277

mass transport equation, concept of mass transfer coefficient, models of mass transfer -film theory and Higbie’s penetration theory; Internal Mass TransferOrdinary and Knudsen diffusion, Mass transfer with reaction; Adsorption -physical adsorption vs. chemisorption, adsorption isotherms; Langmuir, BET, adsorption as the rate limiting step; gasification of C by CO2, dissolution of N2 in molten steel, porous solids, specific surface area and pore size distribution; Reactor Design -batch vs. continuous reactors, ideal stirred tank and plug flow reactors, mass balance in ideal reactors, residence time distribution; models of industrial reactors; Electrochemical Kinetics-concept of polarization, activation over potential, Butler-Volmer and Tafel’s equation, applications in electro-deposition and corrosion, concentration over-potential, limiting current; electro-winning and corrosion. MME 250 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Chemical bonding, fundamentals of crystallography, reciprocal lattice, structures in metals, inorganic compounds, polymers, silicates and glasses, stereographic projections; Production, characterization, and interaction of X-rays with matter, Bragg’s Law and Laue’s equations, Ewald’s construction, diffraction techniques and applications; Optical principles of microscopy -resolution, magnification, depth of focus; electron diffraction, imaging (various contrasts), determination of crystal structure, burgers vector, electron beam-specimen interactions and other applications of Transmission Electron Microscopy; Applications of Scanning Electron Microscopy and, Electron Probe Micro- Analyser; Principles of Quantitative Microscopy: volume density, surface density, length density, numerical density, particle and grain size; Overview of other characterization techniques such as Auger electron spectroscopy, Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy. MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS Prereq. ESO 204

MME 310 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5]

Stress tensor and stress transformation equations, Principal stresses; Strain tensor and strain transformation equations; Isotropic and anisotropic elasticity, elastic strain energy; Yield criteria and constitutive relationships; Work hardening, plastic instability and its significance; Crystallographic aspects of plastic deformation; Dislocation theory - edge, screw and mixed dislocations, resistance to dislocation motion and elastic properties of dislocations, dislocation interactions, multiplication and dissociation; Strengthening mechanisms; Creep -characteristics of creep curve and steady-state creep, mechanisms and creep mechanism maps, creep under complex stress-states, prediction of long- time properties; Fracture toughness and fatigue -Griffith’s crack theory, energy release rate analysis, modes of loading, stress analysis of cracks, fracture toughness, Low- and Highcycle fatigue, Fatigue crack initiation and propagation, structural aspects of fatigue, fatigue under complex stress-states, environmental assisted cracking and fatigue; Some case studies related to design. 278

MME 320 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]


Prereq. MME 200

History and importance of metal extraction; Introduction of mineral dressing: Communition, Tabling, Jigging and flotation; Metallurgical fuels and the energy scenario; Pyrometallurgical operations -roasting, agglomeration, smelting, refining and secondary refining; Principles of Hydro Metallurgy; Principles of Electro Metallurgy -Aqueous solution and fused salts; Flow sheet design of important non ferrous metals based on materials and heat balance. PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN MATERIALS Prereq. MME 200

MME 330 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[5]

Phase rule, lever rule and Free energy of phase mixtures; Binary isomorphous systems -Equilibrium solidification, non-equilibrium solidification, dendritic growth, coring, Cu-Ni alloys and Zone refining; Binary Eutectic and Peritectic Systems -solidification of eutectic, hypo-eutectic, and hyper-eutectic alloys; solidification of peritectic, hypo-peritectic, and hyper-peritectic alloys; morphologies of eutectic systems, Binary Monotectic and Syntectic Systems; Stability of regular solution and miscibility gas, intrinsic stability of solution and spinodal; Hume-Rothery rules and intermediate phases e.g., laves, sigma, electron compounds; Binary eutectoid, peritectoid, metatectic and monotectic systems; Iron-carbon phase diagram and microstructures of plain carbon steel and cast iron: non-equilibrium structures; Binary ceramics systems: SiO2AbOa, NiO-MnO, etc.; Ternary phase diagrams -Gibbs triangle, isothermal and vertical sections, polythermal projections, two-phase equilibrium, concept of tie lines, rules for construction of tie lines, three phase equilibrium, concept of tietriangle, four phase equilibria; Multi-component alloy systems: Stainless steels, high-speed steels, Hadfield steels, superalloys, light metal alloys, refractory systems, (AbOa-SiO2-MgO) , sialanes. PROCESS METALLURGY LABORATORY Prereq. MME 200 & MME 320

MME 331 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-3-0-[2]

Laboratory techniques of temperature and flow rate measurement and calibration: Experiments on Mineral Engineering, Metallurgical Thermodynamics and Kinetics, Fuels and Furnaces, Iron making, steelmaking, pyro-, hydro-, electro-metallurgy in extraction of non-ferrous metals and metallurgical analysis. PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN MATERIALS prereq. MME 330

MME 340 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Thermodynamic order of transformations; Theory of nucleation -Kinetics of homogeneous, transient and heterogeneous nucleation; Theory of Thermally Activated Growth: Interface controlled growth, Diffusion controlled growth, Interface instability and Widmanstatten growth, Eutectoid growth, Discontinuous precipitation, Massive transformation; Transformation Kinetics -Johnson-Mehl equation, Avrami model, Transformation kinetics in diffusion-controlled transformations, Isothermal and continuous cooling transformation diagrams; 279

Precipitation and Particle Coarsening; Kinetics of recrystallization, Theory of grain growth, Effect of second phase particles; Martensitic transformation Nature of martensitic transformations, Bain distortion, Nucleation, and growth of martensite, Athermal, isothermal and burst transformations, Thermoeleastic martensitie; Spinodal Decomposition -Diffusion equation in spinodal region, Effect of gradient energy and elastic strain energy; Solidification -Nature and growth of solid-liquid interfaces, Rapid solidification, Glass transition, metallic glasses; Heat Treatment -IT and CCT Diagrams in steels, quench hardening and tempering of martensite, hardenability of steels, surface hardening processes, tool steels and their heat treatments, heat treatment of cast irons, heat treatment of Ni-base superalloys and Ti alloys, Thermo-mechanical treatments. MME 350 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] IRON AND STEELMAKING, 3-1-0-0-4 Prereq. MME 200 & MME 210

Refractories for iron and steel; Design and profile of an iron blast furnace and its auxiliaries; Performance evaluation of bast furnace -Iron ore reduction, fuel rate calculations, BF aerodynamics and hot metal quality control; Energy and materials balance calculations in steelmaking processes; Physical chemistry of steelmaking and secondary steelmaking deoxidation, ladle and tundish metallurgy, ingot and continuous casting of steel; Emerging trends in iron and steelmaking. FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIALS PROCESSING Prereq. TA 201

MME 370 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Overview of various processing methods for materials; microstructural evolution during solidification and effect of cooling rate on cast microstructures, microand macro-segregation in alloys, directional solidification, rapid solidification; Elements of casting mold design -solidification shrinkage and its role in riser design, fluid flow fundamentals and metal fluidity, elements of mold design; Fundamentals of deformation processing -State of stress during various metal working operations, friction and its role in bulk metal forming operations, microstructural evolution during deformation processing, workability of metals, superplastic forming; Metal flow and aspects of design during bulk forming operations, elementary load calculations during various bulk-metal working operations; Sheet metal forming -State of stress during sheet metal forming processes, forming limit diagram, ehancement of sheet metal formability; Fundamentals of powder processing -Basics of metal and ceramic powder productions and characterization, design aspects during powder consolidation; solid and liquid state sintering, driving force and mechanism of si ntering , selection of sintering atmosphere for different systems, characterization of sintered products, full density processing. INDUSTRIAL TOUR, 0 UNIT Visit to industries in and around Kanpur or elsewhere primarily of interest to Materials and Metallurgical Engineering. 280

MME 390 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Surface Treatment. Fe. linear dielectric materials. hardenability. Decoration. Smelting. refraction and refractive index. Brass. conductivity of semiconductors. Ionic conduction -review of defect equilibrium and diffusion mechanisms. capacitors and insulators. hysterisis and ferroelectric domains and applications. reflection. resistivity of metals. Light interaction with materials -transparency. Silver. conduction in glasses. eutectoid transformations in steels. Review of reciprocal lattice. recrystallization and grain growth. absorption and transmission measurement on various metals. Metallurgy in Europe and the Middle East. polarization mechanisms. empirical estimates of conductivity in metals and alloys. Co and Ni and alloy additions. Semiconductors -band diagrams. Near and Middle East . magnetic hysterisis. Optical Materials -electron-hole recombination. Review of quantum mechanics and free electron theory. conduction in ionic solids. solid-state LED’s.degenerate semiconductors. flux density.and ferro-electric properties. HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF METALLURGY Mining. Metallurgy in Prehistoric World. Magnetic field. applications in sensors and batteries. ferrites. Plating. lasers and IR detectors. thermal conductivity and specific heat of metals. tempering of martensite. theory of ionic conduction. Dielectric Materials -Dielectric constant and polarization. paramagnetism and Pauliparamagnetism. electron dynamics and concept of holes. applications of semiconductors. Zinc. intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Orbital and spin. Brilouin zone. AC conductivity of metals. conductivity in relation to band structure. potential in a crystal. determination of dopant levels and mobility measurements. direct and indirect band gap. Metallurgy of the Americas and Africa. Metal forming : forging. permanent magnetic moment of atoms. Metal Fakes and Forgeries. reflection. Gold and Platinum. Metallurgy in Asia. susceptibility and permeability.MME 410 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELECTRONIC AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS DC conductivity of metals. band structures of metals and semiconductors. non-linear dielectrics pyro-. anti-ferro and ferri magnetism. diamagnetism. Alloying (mainly copper tin). Metallurgy of India. effect of stoichiometric and extrinsic defects on conduction. Free electron band diagrams. Lead. absorption and transmission. dielectric measurements in BaTiO3. casting Origins of metallurgy in Balkans. failures of free electron theory and introduction to the role of lattice. ferro. translucency and opacity. MME 420 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-4-[5] 281 . piezo. band gap engineering. PHYSICAL METALLURGY LABORATORY Prereq. Iron and Steel. Hall effect and magnetoresistance. MME 250 MME 415 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-3-0-[2] Laboratory techniques for studying phase transformations in materials. Thermopower of metals. soft and hard magnet materials. Degenerate and non. Metallurgy of Greece and Rome.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF NON-FERROUS METAL EXTRACTION State of non-ferrous industry in India. dimensional tolerances. role of traditional and near-net shape processes in manufacturing industry. Manufacturing processes for making products such as sheets. Present industrial practice: Recent advances and future trends in extraction and refining of non-ferrous metals: Reclamation of metals from scrap and industrial wastes: Flow sheet analysis of commercial extraction units: Environmental considerations. Joining processes. inhibitors and passivators wear resistant materials. wear resistant coatings. metallic coating inorganic coating organic coating. Pourbaix diagram.structural modifications.alloying. radiation damagte. surface condition. Mixed potential theory. environment conditioning design modification cathodic and anodic protection. machining requirement and machining losses. Oxidation and hot corrosion of materals at high temperatures . Polarization. expendable mold and permanent mold shape casting processes. seamless tubes/rings and wires. Wear. round/sectioned bars. 282 MME 480 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[2] MME 421 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 422 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . viz Oxidation Corrosion. Case studies with CAD/ CAM aspects. Prevention of meaterials degradation . Criteria for selection of metal and ceramic powder production processes for a given application. crevice and pitting corrosion. Wear of materials. MME 370 Overview of manufacturing systems. Basic attributes of manufactured products -size and shape complexity. stress corrosion cracking.MME 470 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-3-0-[2] MANUFACTURING PROCESSES: SELECTION & DESIGN Prereq. intergranular. Open die and closed die forging processes and design considerations. Powder processing equipments and their selection. mechanical properties and manufacturing costs. microbiological. dealloying. Creep and fatigue review of basics of thermodynamics and kinetics related to oxidation and corrosion studies. MATERIALS DEGRADATION AND PREVENTION Types of processes leading to degradation of materials. hydrogen damage. analytical models of wear. MINERAL ENGINEERING Status of mineral engineering with regard to sister disciplines: Some concept in geology and mineralogy: Mineral resources in India: Liberation: Com munition and sizing: Hydrodynamics of movement of solids in fluid and gravity separation of different kinds: Coal washing: Magnetic and electrostatic separation: Surface chemistry and other principles of froth floatation: Mill calculation and selectivity index: Typical mineral Engineering flow sheets and case studies. Passivity Characteristics of passivation . Various types of degradation : atmospheric galvanic. selection and design.

case studies of typical metallurgical plant operation. manufacturing and properties of common refractories such as silica. electron beam. continuous and near net shape casting phenomena. Deposits. Ladle furnace vacuum degassing of steel and related processes: Transport phenomena in ladles: Tundish metallurgy: Evaluation of tundish hydrodynamic performances: Solidification phenomena: Conventional.MME 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SECONDARY STEELMAKING Secondary steel making principles and practices: Ladle metallurgy: Outline of inert gas stirring: CAS/CAS(OB). Design of high temperature furnaces. MME 424 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 425 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 426 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 428 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 283 . electric arc furnaces. MODELLING OF STEELMAKING PROCESSES Brief review of fundamentals of steel making processes: Brief review of fundamentals of transport processes: Mathematical modeling fundamentals: Successful modeling examples. gas cleaning. Fuel fired furnaces. dolomite. magnesite and chrome refractories. waste heat utilization. manufacturing. FUELS. heat recuperators and regenerators. properties and testing of solid. ADVANCES IN IRONMAKING Recent advances in science and technology of iron making: Developments in blast furnace iron making: Sponge iron making: New emerging coal-based iron making for liquid iron: Gas-solid and slag-metal reactions: Analysis of iron making processes and reactors: Emphasis on application of fundamentals: Term paper on short analysis/design projects. stack design. furnace dynamics and fluid and heat flow calculations. vacuum. fire clay. high alumina. economic selection and specification: environmental impact analysis: Report presentation. Principles of fuel combustion and burner design. plasma. energy management problems in metallurgical industries. heat balance diagrams. REFRACTORIES AND FURNACES Conventional and newer sources of energy. detailed plant flow sheet: Equipment selection and specification. PROCESS PLANT DESIGN FOR METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING OPERATIONS Identification of process flow sheet: Preliminary estimate of resources and facilities: Materials and energy balance. role of high temperature systems and materials. liquid and gaseous fuels. Classification of refractories. laser furnaces.

concepts likes resolution. plasma etc. STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION TECHNIQUES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS.. EELS etc. Metallic and non-metallic heating elements. MME 250 Hierarchy in structure -nano-to macro-scale. device structure.MME 430 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FURANCE TECHNOLOGY Definition and classification of furnaces. Physical phenomena and basic concepts: Waves particle beams. compressibility and porosity measurements: Treatment of metal powders: Behaviour of powder during compaction: Die 284 MME 455 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .. Case studies: Super alloys. Movement of gases in furnaces. AES. pusher type. Flame temperature. Constructional. and their applications. HRTEM. polymeric L-B films. SPM etc. radiation-matter interactions. criteria of section of refractory material. Prereq. lens defects. # Purpose and scope of surface coatings: Surface coating processes and characterization of coatings: Flame spraying: Detonation spraying: Spray and fuse welding: Clading: Electroplating: Electrophoretic deposition: Chemical vapour deposition: Metallizing etc. Burners for liquid and gaseous fuels. Principles of microscopic techniques like TEM. high Tc superconductor. Neutron diffraction. Atmosphere in furnaces. are. Heat balance of a furnace and thermal efficiency. MME 441 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 452 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SURFACE COATING TECHNOLOGY Prereq. walking beams. XRD. operational and design features of different types of furnaces like soaking pits. induction. Metallic and non-metallic heating elements. electron diffraction. plasma etc. structural ceramics. depth of field. ducts and chimneys. detection limits etc. ESBD and their applications. ADVANCES IN POWDER METALLURGY Advances in metal powder production methods. FGM. resistence. critical insulation thickness. Fuel economy measures in furnaces. CNT. HSLA. depth of focus. forging furnaces etc. structural defects and structural property correlations. Furnace construction materials: Manufacture and uses of different types of refractories and insulators. ESCA. Heat generation in electric furnaces. Principles of heat generation in fuel fired furnaces and combustion. induction. SEM. and applications.. Fundamentals of EPMA. Waste heat recovery systems and their designs. Factors affecting the choice of coating material and process: Testing of surface coatings. Furnaces. are. resistance. Nanometer scale design and fabrication using STM and AFM. SIMS. Characterization of metal powders: Chemical composition and structure: Particle size and their shape and their determination: Powder flow. OIM. overview of characterization need and challenges.

Electron beam and Laser beam welding. welding metallurgy of carbon steels. EGW. MME 456 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MECHANICAL PROCESSING OF MATERIALS Fundamentals of metal working: Metal working processes such as forging. non-ferrous. GTAW. GMAW. extrusion. optical properties. drawing. FCAW. high alumina. sheet metal forming: Automation and recent advances in Metal working technology: Polymer working processes such as extrusion. strength. piezo-and pyro-electric materials. rolling. METAL JOINING. semiconductor material purification and crystal growth. alloy steels. Powder extrusion and forging. P-N Junction. aluminium alloys and copper. silica. magnetic ferrites. ESW and PAW. chemically bonded basic. INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL CERAMICS Powder preparation. forming and consolidation. residual stresses. dielectric and insulators. thermoforming and callendering: Advances in polymer working technoloy. Materials for Semiconductors Industry Semiconductor fundamentals. moulding. evaluation of sintered products. carbide nitride refractories: application and causes of destruction of ferrous. band edge behaviour. stainless steels. specific material requirements. band structure. manufacture testing and properties of heavy and special refractories. alloy design. Schottky and MaS device structures. welding defects and testing. Isotactic pressing: Roll compaction. creep and plastic deformation: Electronic magnetic and optical properties: Conductivity. dielectric. forsterite. carrier statistics. 3-0-0-0-4 Introduction. empirical rule. non-powder processing routes: Structural ceramics: Elastic behaviour. heat flow. epitaxy. ohmic and barrier contacts. transparent and non-linear optical ceramics. REFRACTORIES Raw materials.compaction: Types of presses: Tooling and design: Modern methods of powder consolidation. ceramic and glass furnaces. Doping by implantation and diffusion. silicous alumino-silicate. classification of joining processes. 285 MME 461 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 464 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 467 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 471 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Slip casting. toughness. dolomite. Adhesive and diffusion bonding of materials. chromemagnesite. CVD and MBE. carbon and insulating refractories and special purpose oxides. magnetisite. arc welding processes such as SMAW. solid state welding processes. chrome. soldering and brazing. indirect and direct band gap.

thermo-mechanical processing. controlled cooling. fractography. case histories of component failures. Energy and Chemical Plant Sectors highlighting criteria for material selection. FAILURE ANALYSIS Type of failures. Iron. Light metal and alloys. transformation induced plasticity and superplasticity. strengthening mechanisms. microstructure-property correlation. Concept of strain ratio.MME 472 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCES IN FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY Casting design: casting with ferrous. Nickel. textural effects. Important groups of metallic meterials . Cobalt base superalloys Titanium. fracture in brittle and ductile materials. particle-reinforced 286 MME 484 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . solidification: automation and quality control. forming limit diagram. non-ferrous and superalloys: net-shape casting: advances in molding materials. Cast Iron. alloy and Stainless steels: Electrical and Magentic steels and alloys. Copper and its alloys. directionally solidified materials. buckling.Carbon. and fatigue failures environmental effects. MME 478 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 481 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 482 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCES IN HEAT TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY Hardenability. structure and processing on properties. Applications to focus on Transport. Zirconium alloys. Grain boundary engineering. Dispersion strengthened. Criterion in materials selection. Selection and specification of steels: New technology such as thermo-chemical and thermo. Processing maps. melt treatment and casting techniques: modeling of casting. COMPOSITE MATERIALS Classification of composite materials. single grain processing. Inclusin type/shape control.mechanical and thermocycling treatments: Quantitative approach to heat-treatment: Failure analysis of heat treated products: Applications tailoring and computer harmonizing techniques. Material property charts. and yielding phenomena. wear. foundry pollution and control. creep. underlying metallurgical principles. coated sheets. ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF METALLIC MATERIALS Effect of modification in composition. mixed mode. high strain rate failures.

MME 498 MME 486 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 498 MME 499 MME 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] MME 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 287 .made processes. Phase diagram metastable states. ELECTROCHEMISTRY AND CORROSION Advanced theory of electro-chemical kinetics and corrosion. properties of solutions: Thermodynamics of interfaces: Irreversible Thermodynamics: Defect structures in solids: Non-equillibrium solid state phase transformations: Gas-metals & slag-metal reactions. ablative materials. NON-EQUILIBRIUM PROCESSING OF MATERIALS Introduction to non-equilibrium proccsing Thermodynamics and kinetics of metastable phase formation . stress corrosion behaviour of materials (important metals. intermetallics. Ti alloys. theory of electrodeposition and allied processes.and fiber-reinforced composites. fatigue and corrosion as limiting factors for high-temperature application of materials: Development of Ni and Co based super alloys. Production of particles by mechanical and thermo-chemical means. properties of matrix and reinforcement materials: Micromechanics and principle of strengthening. rheology and settling. Analysis of static and dynamic particulate systems by transformation in attributes and measures. Particles in natural phenomena and man. 0-0-10-0-5 ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS Advanced treatment of the thermodynamic properties of metallurgical systems. MME 485 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STRUCTURAL MATERIALS FOR AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS Design of gas turbine aero-engines: Creep. 0-0-4-0-2 PROJECT II. corrosion testing: Metal-gas reaction at high temperatures. Particulates in suspension. alloys etc. Mienrostruclure formation Prereq. laminates. stability. special steels. Rapid solidification : Undercooling.) in various environments. Fabrication methods and structural applications of different types of composite materials. elastic properties. Methods of rapid solidification. PROJECT I. stress-strain relations. corrosion by liquid metals. fracture be-haviour. ceramics and their composites. Size analysis. PARTICULATE MATERIALS The particular state: attributes and morphology of particles: Distribution of particles in a single attribute: expectation as a measure of global properties of particular ensembles. New high strength-high modulus materials.

mass and momentum transfer: Computer applications in solidification. soft computing techniques like fuzzy regression. precipitation. Metallic glass : Understanding of glass formation. thermal stability and glass forming ability. Special non-equilibrium processing and phase transformations MME 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SURFACE PHENOMENA IN CHEMISTRY AND METALLURGY Physical aspects of interfaces. ANN-fuzzy information system. SOFT COMPUTING METHODS IN ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING Working principles of genetic algorithms. computer calculations of phase diagrams: Numerical of partial differential equations pertinent to heat. COMPUTER APPLICATION IN MINERAL ENGINEERING Mass balancing. gaseous reduction. crystallization behavior. case studies in process control and optimization. fuzzy coded GA. properties of metallic glass. ion exchange. Application of mechanical alloying. electrical phenomena at interfaces. solvent extraction. Application for rapid solidification . HYDROMETALLURGY Thermodynamic and kinetic principles involving solid solution equilibria: Various unit operations in Hydrometallurgy. pretreatment of raw materials. potential energy diagrams and experiment in metallurgy. MME 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 288 . such as. COMPUTING APPLICATIONS IN METALLURGY Fortran fundamentals: Applications of regression analysis and curve fitting techniques. fuzzy logic technique. adsorption mechanism. application to problems in chemistry and metallurgy. Mechanical alloying: Process of mechanical alloying.: Technological aspect of typical hydrometallurgical rapid solidification. Mechanism of alloying Energy criteria for mechanical alloying. data reconciliation. application. leaching. artificial neural nets. problem solving with a material balance software package: Quantitative description of mineral processing units and its computer implementations: Introduction to a general purpose modular simulator for process analysis. Synthesis of non-equilibrium phases. cementation. anisotropy effects. theory and properties of electric double layer. thermodynamics of surfaces. Fuzzy-ANN-GA. etc. structure of metallic glass. fuzzy neural nets. electro-winning.

physical properties and thermodynamics of solutions: Ternary and multicomponent systems: High temperature physico-chemical measurements: Heterogneous reaction equilibria at high temperatures: Stabilities of high temperature materials: Special topics: Theory of reaction rates and applications. batteries and fuel cells. conduction of ions in solution. anodizing. electroplating. MATERIAL SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION Differential physico-chemical properties of materials as the basis of separation and purification leaching. Electrochemical technology: Elactowinning. PHYSICO-CHEMICAL BE-HAVIOUR OF MATERIALS AT HIGH TEMPERATURE Salient features of physico-chemical behaviour of inorganic materials at high temperatures including interaction with environment.mass and momentum transfer: Advanced topics in convective heat and heat transfer: Radiative heat transmission: 289 MME 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] MME 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] . electro refining and metal electroforming.MME 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY IN MATERIALS PROCESSING Thermodynamic of electrolyte. electrochemical treatment of minerals. gas composition and pressure dependent phase stability diagrams for non-metallic and metal-nonmetal systems. Nonstoichiometry and defect equlibrium in oxides: Structure and physicochemical measurements at high temperatures: Vapour and plasma states: Reaction kinetics at high temperatures with specific emphasis on reactivity of solids. ion exchange. phase formation: Economics of an electrolytic process. pickling. growth of single crystals. water treatment and environmental protection. absorption. principles of cell design. zone refining. foam fractionation. overpotential. etc: Computation of length transfer unit. drying and control systems: Coal washing in India: Computer simulation of mineral engineering operations: Flowsheet and economic analysis of mineral processing plants. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Review of the basic concepts in heat. solvent extraction. ADVANCED MINERAL ENGINEERING Mathematical model of comminution and classification systems: Kinetics of floatation and leaching: Design of comminution circuits: floatation cells and thickners: Filteration. making of ultrapure metals: Advanced techniques of analysis. electrophoretic painting. ADVANCED CHEMICAL METALLURGY Structure. electrochemical machining. electrochemical potential.

raw materials for alloy steel making: Manufacture of ferro-alloys. Technological applications in refining and recycling processes and product developments and quality control and assurance. APPLICATION OF TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN METAL PROCESSING Review of heat mass and momentum transfer fundamentals: Turbulence phenomenon and heat and mass transfer in turbulent flows: Dimensional analysis and reactor design: Free convection phenomena and bubble/gas driven systems: Applications of transport phenomena to (1) gas stirred ladle systems (2) desulphurization of pig iron using Mg vapour (3) alloy addition kinetics (4) soaking and reheat furnaces. nozzles and dispensers: Heat and mass transfer. electrical and mechanical design of electric arc furnaces and induction furnaces and induction furnaces for steel making. MME 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INJECTION METALLURGY Introduction to processes and treatment based on injection: Fundamentals of injection metallurgy: Gas and powder injection: Design of lances. ADVANCES IN ALLOY STEEL MAKING Classification and properties of alloy steels.Simultaneous heat and mass transfer: Selected topics in metallurgical engineering. ADVANCES IN IRON AND STEEL MAKING Recent trends in iron and steel making: Gas-solid and slag-metal reaction: Sponge iron making: Continuous steel making: Continuous casting: Vacuum degassing and electroslag remelting: Advances in agglomeration. blast furnace and steel making. 290 MME 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . analysis of iron and steel making processes and reactors: Deoxidation and impurity control: Emphasis on application of physical chemistry and transport phenomena. tundish operations and continuous casting. Reaction kinetics. PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF STEELMAKING PROCESSES Brief review of scientific fundamentals such as thermodynamics. gas stirred ladles: Alloy addition kinetics. kinetics and transport phenomena of relevance to steel making: Mathematical modeling techniques: Principles of physical modeling: Successful modeling examples including converter steel making.

ceramics. role of mathematical modeling and development of mathematical models for control purposes: Linearization of non-linear systems. floatation. building materials. error analysis: Mathematical modeling and simulation of some of the metallurgical and mineral engineering processes. hydro-and electrometallurgy:Basic furnace 291 MME 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] MME 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[5] . briquetting and agglomeration of fines: Utilization of wastes for cements. filters. PROCESS METALLURGY Introduction to metallurgical processes: Physical separation methods for ore penetration:Principles of pyro-. mineral benefications. crystal and grain growth. PROCESS CONTROL IN METALLURGY AND MINERAL PROCESSING Introduction to and incentives for process control: Design aspects of a process control system. secondary steel making: Refractories foe alloy steel making: Continuous casting of alloy steels: Mini steel plants in India. optimium experimental design. and series distribution and their statistical properties: Evolution of particulate spectra in size reduction. pyro-and hydrometallurgy and ceramic processes: Recycle of waste in the parent process: Problems of particulate solids.: Miscellaneous applications. MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF METALLURGICAL AND MINERAL PROCESSES Introduction to mathematical modeling and simulation: Basic concepts in mathematics and numerical analysis. coagulation. MINERAL AND METALLURGICAL WASTES RECYCLE AND RESOURCE RECOVERY Properties and characterization of major waste products in mining. light weight aggregates.manufacture and testing of graphite electrodes: Physical chemistry of alloy steel making. similarity and approximate methods for the solution to the particle population equation. smoothing and generation of data: Time series analysis: Development and analysis for empirical model -estimation of parameters. etc. MME 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ANALYSIS OF PARTI-CUALTE SYSTEMS Characterization and statistics of small particles: Distribution in single and multiple particle attributes: Transformation of attributes: Statistical. developments in stainless steel making. empirical. agglomeration.: Moments. transfer function and the input-output models: Dynamics behaviour of first and second order systems: Introduction to feedback control: Feed forward and ratio control: Adapture and inferential control: Control hard wares and instrumentation: Case studies of process control in metallurgy and mineral engineering. fertilizers etc.

THEORY OF ALLOYS Structure and physical properties of elements: Alloys formation: primary solid solution. normal valance compounds. X-ray diffraction. intermetallic compounds. welding of steels. MME 639 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[5] PHYSICAL METALLURGY Crystallography. diffusion. kinetics of order-disorder and refining of common non-ferrous metals such as aluminium. QUANTITATIVE MICRO-SCOPY Mathematical treatment of prediction of microstructure: Estimation of size distribution of inclusions from measurements on a two dimensional section: Image analysis through computers. PHYSICAL METALLURGY OF STEELS Mechanical Behaviour of steels: Iron-carbon phase equilibria: Structure and property relationship in steels: High strength low alloy structural steels: Mediumhigh carbon ferrite-pearlite steels: Tool steels. SOLID STATE TRANSFORMATIONS Classification of transformation based on thermodynamics. thermodynamics of order-disorder transformation. stainless steels. defects. property changes due to ordering. electron and neutron diffraction. metallography. fatigue and fracture. mechanism and kinetics: Homogeneous transformation: Nucleation and growth phenomenoa: Spinodal decomposition: Crystallographic features of transformation. minerals processing. concept of atomic size factor. 292 MME 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] .:Iron and steelmaking laboratory exercises.heat treatment. creep. antiphase domains. long periods superlattices. statistical theory of ordering: Bragg-Williams and Bathe theories of LRO and SRO. phase transformation.zinc etc. borides.plastic deformation.copper. ORDER-DISORDER TRANSFORMATIONS Occurrence of different types of ordering in metals and alloys.lead. surface hardening of steels. detection of order by X-ray. phase diagrams. carbides and silicides of metals: Experimental methods for the study of alloying behaviour of metals. size compounds. electron compounds in noble metals and transition metal systems.

atomic stacking. nucleation and growth. basic stereological parameters on true 2-D sections and thick sections. ELECTRON MISCROSCOPY AND ELECTRON DIFFRACTION Interaction of electrons with matter: Electron optical systems: Kinematical theory of electron optical systems and electron diffraction: Contrast effect due to lattice particles: Electron diffraction. fundamental operations in stereology. geometrical probability. Pauling’s rules. topological parameters of 293 MME 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-1-0-[4] MME 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . thermal and electro-diffusion. inter. group theoretical formulation. Equillibrium shape: Wulff theorm: Gibb’s adsorption isotherm. interface embrittlement. averaging with respect to orientation. diffraction or radiation. DEFORMATION PHENO-MENA Stress and strain tensors: Anisotropic and isotropic elastic stress-strain relations: Dynamic elasticity: Anelasticity. X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY-I & II Elemental compound and alloy crystals. coordination polyhedra. interfaces fracture. FUNDAMENTALS OF STEREOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS TO MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Concepts and language of stereology. interphase-interfaces in heterogeneous systems: Grain and twin boundary equilibria and multiphase equilibria: Determination of surface free energy: Temperature coefficients. crystal types.atomic voids. sintering mechanism. symmetry elements.MME 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA IN METALS AND ALLOYS Phenomenology of solid surface free energy. solidliquid transition. modes of bonding. space and point groups. double diffraction: Fine structure of diffraction patterns: preparation of replicas and thin foils: Analysis of electron micrographs and diffraction patterns. grain boundary migration and sliding. theoretical and experimental investigation of diffusion phenomena: Diffusion in ionic solids and semiconductors: Grain boundary and surface diffusion. visco-elasticity: Phenomenological aspects of plastic deformation in crystalline materials: Creep and Fatigue: Types of Fracture: Griffith theory of brittle fracture and its modification: Ductile fracture: Notch effect in fracture: Fracture mechanics. DIFFUSION IN SOLIDS Diffusion equations and mathematical solutions: Phenomenological diffusion theories: Atomic theory of diffusion. density of packing.

offset quadrant. scanning and transmission electron micrographs. texture. fractal dimensions and its significance. impurities.microstructure. MME 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 659 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 294 . line broadening: Techniques: Laue. numerical density and size distribution of particles and grains of various shapes and sizes.F. atomic scattering factor. MME 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY II Prereq. techniques for studying bent crystal. spherical specimen and neutron diffraction methods: Specimen preparation for texture measurements: Random samples and normalizing procedures: Origin and development of textures on mechanical. microparticles and related topics in deformation and relation of properties to microstructure. inverse pole figure and O. inverse pole figure. error analysis. methods: Experimental techniques in texture analysis-Schultz reflection. spray. temperature factor. applications of analysis of optical. applications to characterization of martensitic. stereological analysis of anisotropic microstructures. polycrystalline and other structures and fracture surfaces. fractal description of various microstructures. MME 342 or equivalent X-ray diffraction: Diffraction theory. powder and rotating crystal techniques. physical and magnetic properties: Industrial texture control. ENGINEERING APPLICATION OF DISLOCATION IN MATERIALS Introduction to dislocation. dispirations: Isotropic and anisotropic stress fields and energies of dislocations: Stability of dislocation in crystal structure: Interaction between dislocations. MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF DISLOCATIONS Introduction to Volterra dislocation and disclinations -dispirations in crystal isotropic and anisotropic stress fields: Fast moving dislocations and instabilitydislocation intersection and relation of properties in microstructure. TEXTURE IN METALS AND ALLOYS Concepts of texture: Pole figure. integrated intensity of diffracted beams. spray rolling.D. transmission. disclinations. rotary and isothermal forging: Hydrostatic and powder extrusion: Conform process: Applications of these processes for making conventional and speciality products. direct strip process: Powder. MODERN TRENDS IN METAL FORMING PROCESSES Limitation of conventional metal forming methods: Powder rolling and its various variants. order-disorder changes etc.

role of contact temperature. exchange ferromagnetic domain: Structure and properties of ferrites. mechanics of solid contacts. paramagnetism and ferromagnetism. PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND MICROSTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT Introduction to ceramics. MME 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PROCESS CERAMICS II: FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY Classification and application of ceramic materials: Raw materials preparation and characterization of ceramic powders: Mixing. Characterization of tribosurfaces. grain growth. structural imperfections. solid state reaction and kinetic models. clay minerals. forming and extrusion: Injection molding: Slip casting. graphite. sintering and vitrification. para and pauli-para magnetism: Molecular field: Ferro. Importance and properties of lubricants. hot pressing methods: Drying. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF MAGNETIC MATERIALS Magnetic units: Magnetic moments: Dia. antiferro and ferrimagnetism: Alloying effect on transition metals and intermetallics: Stability of domain structure: Origin of magnetic MME 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 295 . Different wear resistant materials. bulk materials and composite materials in tribological contacts. ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CERAMIC MATERIALS Structure of oxides: Ionic diffusion in oxides: Defect structure of non-stoichiometric compounds: Conductivity dependence on partial pressure of oxygen: Macroscopic characterization of dielectric materials: Electronic. calcination and firing. Recent research results illustrating the performance of surface coatings. crystal binding and cohesive energy co-ordination. machining: Grinding and finishing of green and fired bodies: Glazing and enamelling: Quality control and testing. space charge polarization: Relaxation phenomenoa-Debye equations: Ferroelectrics: Diamagnetism. carbides etc. theory of friction and frictional heat generation.: Pauling rules. TRIBOLOGY OF MATERIALS Background and importance of Tribology. atomic dipole. packing. A system approach to Tribology. technical ceramics and abrasives. silicates. compaction enlargement of powders: Uniaxial and isotatic pressing: Plastic jiggering.MME 660 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PROCESS CERAMICS-I: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE. microstructure development of ceramics whitewares. common ceramic crystal structure. nucleation. Different modes of wear. Lubrication. ceramic phase equilibrium diagram. refractories. diffusion.Tribological testing techniques and analysis of the worn surfaces.

cell-material interactions and foreign body response.Thomson effect . Bioinert. Performance indices for thermal. damage tolerant designs for structural applications. Brief introduction to the manufacturing processes for metals. Case studies. composite materials (MMC. objective and constraints in design. SOLIDIFICATION PROCESSING Introduction . design for manufacturability. assessment of biocompatibility of biomaterials. Alloy Solidification : Mathematical Analysis of redistribution of solute during solidification. Decision matrices and decision matrix techniques in materials selection. Design concept of developing new materials for bio-implant applications. Single phase solidification . Bioactive and bioresorbable ceramics. Basic concepts of materials science: processing-structure-property-performance correlation. Processing and properties of different bioceramic materials with emphasize on hydroxyapatite. Ti-based. magnetostriction and preferred orientation on magnetization: Susceptibility and coercivity calculations: Magnetic thin films-amorphous and crystalline. MATERIAL FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS Introduction to basic concepts of Materials Science. Constitutional undercooling. polymers. soft and permanent magnets: Technological aspects of magnetic materials. internal stress. CMC and PMC/ FRC) for specific applications.anisotropy and its application: Effect of inclusions. Brief overview of the elements of chemical bonding. ceramics and glasses. Thermodynamics of solidification . Mullins-Sekerka instability . Nucleation and growth . Co-Cr-Mo alloys. Ashby’s material property charts. relationship between materials selection and processing. Multiphase solidification : eutectic. Microstructure and properties of glass-ceramics. crystal structure. peritectic and monotectic . Pure metal solidification : Gibbs. Performance indices of materials. defect structure of different material classes. ceramics. MME 667 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SELECTION AND DESIGNING WITH ENGINEERING MATERIALS Overview of the design process: concepts and stages of engineering design and design alternatives to develop materials with tailored properties. important biometallic alloys. overview of conventional and advanced materials. synthesis of biocompatible coatings on structural impant materials. Case studies: designing of Metals and alloys. MME 668 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME670 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 296 . Concept of biocompatibility. mechanical.Cellular and Dendritic growth . glasses and composite materials. Salient properties of important material classes. thermo-mechanical applications. “specific stiffness-limited” and “strength-limited” design for maximum performance. stainless steels. biodegradable polymers. Modelling of solidification . Property requirement of biomaterials. function.

Fibre reinforced composites. Evaluation of sintered tool material. mechanism of sintering. copper and aluminium base P/M alloys: Porous materials: Friction and Antifriction materials: Brushes. Electrical contact materials. Heavy alloys. liquid phase sintering. ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS Fundamentals of Material Properties and the importance of Ceramic materials. Elastic modulus. cobalt. Spark Plasma Sintering. driving forces for sintering. Concept of fracture toughness and different toughness measurement techniques. A12O3. Hot Isostatic Pressing. Glass and glass-ceramic.: Consolidation of shaped products. SINTERING AND SINTERED PRODUCTS Stages of sintering. ceramic tools and diamond tools: Production method of raw materials powder steel. structural parts. Processing and properties of different ceramic monolithsFundamental Sintering mechanisms. cold and hot isostatic pressing: Reclamation of tool materials. Bioceramics and composites. nature of solid/liquid interface: Growth morphologies: heat flow considerations: Solute redistribution in alloy solidification: Zone melting: Effect of growth parameters on microstructure: Segregation and homogenisation: Manipulation of structure and properties: Metal matrix composites. cemented carbides. DESIGN OF SINTERED PRO-DUCTS Factors affecting design-materials and geometry: Specific design of products like permeable materials. tungsten carbide. Whisker reinforced composites. Mechnacial behaviour of Structural ceramics-Brittleness of ceramics.g. MME 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 674 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 297 . Cemented carbides: Cermets. Recent advances in Structural CeramicsFunctionally graded ceramic composites. hot processing: Sintering furnaces and atmosphere: Iron. SINTERED TOOL MATERIALS Classification of cutting materials-tools steels. bearings and cutting tool materials: conditioning of metal powders to influence processing parameters: Product properties evaluation and their standardization.MME 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS OF SOLIDIFICATION Nucleation. Microwave sintering). sintering mechanism liquid phase sintering. various advanced sintering techniques (e. Concept of various toughening mechanisms. Processing and Properties of ceramic compositesExamples of toughened particle reinforced composites. Si3N4 etc. Strength measurement and Weibull theory of strength variability.

acid fluxing. Superconductivity. elastic collision slowing down infinite multiplication constant: Fuel and breeder materials manufacture and properties: Structural materials: Radiation damage in fuel elements: Structural coolant and control rod materials: Nuclear power. Boundary Characterization Tools : X-ray. experimental techniques to study surfaces. atmospheric control: Conclusions. microscopic flux and microscopic cross-section. sticking coefficient. Corrosion Resistance. atomic layer epitaxy. Film growth by evaporation. AEM. multiple scale formation. microstructure evolution. coatings. isothermal stability diagrams: kinetics. Wagner’s theory of parabolic rate laws. NUCLEAR MATERIALS Nuclear radiation. SEM-OIM based TEM based. Degress of freedom. density junction distribution. GB descriptors : Connectivity. present and future states. Boundary energy and equilibria. GB structure and Properties: mechanical strength wear. adsorption. Theoretical formulations : Structurals units model. rate laws. intermetallics: Protection against oxidation. Microtexture analysis : Automated EBSD Kikuchi pattern. chemical vapour deposition. superalloys. X-ray diffraction. computer simulation of film growth. mechanism of oxidation: Oxidation of pure metals. Grain Boundary types. Special boundaries.solute interactions. basic fluxing. O Lattice model. electrical etc. Film nucleation and growth mechanisms. Schemes for representation of Data Prospective applications: Superplasticity. oxygen dissolution: Oxidation of alloys. kinetics of surface processes -impingement of atoms. Magnetic Field etc. catastrophic oxidation. liquid phase 298 MME680 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 684 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MME 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . creep magnetic. internal oxidation. sputtering. Creep resistance. Grain boundary engineering strategy : Deformation. Simulation and modeling . stresses in oxides: Hot corrosion. EBSD-OIM. GB mobility and boundary. Principles governing grain shape and size their orientation. Hough’s transform. thermomechanical treatment trace additions. scale cracking. HRTEM. Character distribution. GRAIN BOUNDARY ENGINEERING Grain boundary structure : Geometrical aspects. critical radius of nuclei. THIN FILM: PHYSICS AND APPLICATIONS Surface science. scattering. etc. vapor species diagrams. Electronic ceramics etc.MME 678 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HIGH TEMPERATURE OXIDATION AND CORROSION Introduction experimental techniques: Oxide and defect structure: Thermodynamics. CSL and DSC Lattice. CTEM. neutron diffraction methods. High temperature materials. attenuation of radiation fission. Ellingham diagrams. Plane matching model. Macrotexture analysis : Pole figure measurement.

Alloys of Refractory Metals.structure-properties of important bulk nanomaterials.substitutional alloy.epitaxy. mechanical treatment. Applications of bulk nanomaterials. requirements for special applications. recrystallization behavior. dispersion-strengthening alloys. doped Wand Mo. interaction of refractory metals with interstitial impurities. MULTIFUNCTIONAL OXIDES: THIN FILMS AND DEVICES Fundamentals of oxides : crystal structure. Various routes to produce Nanometallic alloys (Rapid solidification). magnetic and mechanical properties of thin films and their applications. PROCESSING AND APPLICATIONS OF REFRACTORY METALS AND ALLOYS Characteristics of Pure Refractory Metals. MME 687 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHYSICAL METALLURGY. effect of dispersed second phases. refractory alloys for thermal-management applications. Critical issues related to understanding properties of nanomaterials. Solidification processing. chemical. focus on various material systems methods of fabrication e. defect chemistry. Physical. optical. powder processing of refractory metals and alloys. Structure and Properties of Refractory Alloys. tungsten heavy alloys. Biological Properties (Biomedical applications). refractory metals for superconductors. dynamic strain aging. Mechanism of Deformation and Strengthening in Refractory Metals. grain size and grain-shape strengthening. Thermal properties. Fundamental Properties of various primary material classes (Metals.crystal structure. Mechanochemical synthesis to produce nanosized precursor powders. Application of Refractory Metals & Alloys: general applications. Various densification routes for nanoceramics and nanoceramic composites. Electrical. sol-gel technique etc. mechanical and thermal properties of refractory metals. amorphous refractory alloys. Processing. porous metals. composites reinforced with refractory metal-fibers. Mechanical Properties. alloy design principles. thermomechanical treatment.phase equilibria in major refractory alloy systems. solid state 299 MME 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Synthesis / Consolidation routes to produce Nanomaterials. and properties. refractory-metal cermets. requirements of use in themo-nuclear reactors. refractory alloy for electrical contacts. ceramics and Polymers).g. Size dependent properties and various characterization techniques of Nanomaterials. refractory alloys for wear-resistant applications. compatibility of refractory metals and alloys with various materials. case studies. Tribological Properties. Novel Processing Techniques MME 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NANOMATERIALS : PROCESSING AND PROPERTIES (3-0-0-4) Definition and Classification of Nanomaterials. physicochemical interaction of refractory metals with elements of periodic system. Challenges in processing bulk ceramic nanomaterials.solid-solution strengthening.

PVD techniques: sputtering ( fundamentals of glow discharge processes and film deposition RF and DC magnetron sputtering new approaches). Oxide thin films.vis chemical processes. processes and issues.ray diffraction.uses of X. issues related to epitaxy and case studies. PVD visa. fabrication: fundamentals and issues. applications. laser ablation ( basic science. polycrystalline versus epitaxial. Devices types of devices. various approaches). FIB (field ion) techniques. Ph. MME 690 MME 691 MME 699 MME 799 SEMINAR PARTICIPATION SEMINAR PRESENTATION M. THESIS. spetroscopic methods. Electrical Measurements. atomic force microscopy scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Lithographic methods: conventional and next generation. Thesis 300 . Characterization methods : Structural techniques. science and technology of evaporation and molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) Chemical processes basic and technological issues of sol-gel chemical vapor deposition atomic layer deposition.. TECH. Use of Scanning force microscopy in nanofabrication case studies. D. Nanofabrication: principles.chemistry. main film deposition techniques: physical vapor and chemical deposition methods.

301 . postgraduate programmes provide opportunities to young engineers and scientists to undergo training in different aspects of materials science and engineering. Keeping this objective in view and to provide focus and co-ordination for teaching.) degree was initiated at the Indian Institute of Technology. Students besides undertaking course work participate in research activities and submit their individual contributions in the form of a thesis to fulfill the requirements of the M. requires an interdisciplinary approach to the subject. Tech.Tech. For further progress and to meet the future requirements. The M.D. polymers. The above M. etc.) Gupta Rajeev guptaraj 6095 (Jointly with Physics) Shahi K kshahi (Jointly with Physics) Mohapatra YN ynm (Jointly with Physics) ADJUNCT FACULTY Ajayaghosh A EMERITUS FELLOW Agrawal DC Rai K N Convenor. programme requires crediting a set number of courses covering the basic concepts of the materials science and engineering and modern experimental techniques and a few electives chosen from among the existing courses (listed below) and others offered by various engineering and science departments. Recent advances in research and kamalk guptaraj kshahi agrwald knrai 7687 6095 7042 7892 7737 Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ Understanding. Such a task. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor : Kar KK Gupta Rajeev Shahi K E-mails : _____@iitk. degree was started two years later in 1973. glasses. to name only a few. ceramics. Tech. structural properties and application of materials. Kanpur in July 1971. energy conversion. The doctoral programme leading to Ph. Emphasis is given to various aspects of preparation. composites.MATERIALS SCIENCE (Inter-disciplinary Programme) PROFESSORS Kumar Jitendra (Head) jk 7107 7042 7802 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Kar KK kamalkk 7687 (Jointly with Mech. Tech. a thorough study of existing materials and tailor-making of newer functional materials are to be continued with increasing vigour. DUGC : Convenor. however. Engg. chemistry and engineering and also to understand and utilize the properties of a broad range of materials including metals and alloys. space flight. developing and characterisation of materials are at the root of man’s progress in the modern world. D. and Ph. semiconductors. have become possible due to the extension of materials behaviour. an interdiciplinary programme in materials science leading to Master of Technology (M. The courses are designed to illustrate the applications of fundamental principles of solid state physics.

one has to credit at least four courses. 302 . Research and development in modern materials require an integrated approach based on different established disciplines of science and engineering. nano-structured materials and specialised techniques. the energy storage materials. The broad areas of research under progress include electronic materials. Summer work in industries or R and D organisations can also be arranged on a personalised basis to complement the student’s training in Institute. ceramics. thin films. composites. pass the comprehensive examination and complete a research project leading to an acceptable thesis. solid state ionics. high Tc superconductors. Excellent infrastructure exists for materials research at the Advanced Centre for Materials Science and at various other laboratories in the Institute. polymers. For Ph. D. Students are encouraged to select an interdisciplinary problem for their thesis work. magnetic materials.

Effect of structure on elastic behaviour. Temperature and (aliovalent) impurity effects. Recombination Processes. Heat treatment and microstructures. Energy bands. Thin films. Impurity contributions. Thermal analysis. Dislocations and plastic deformation of metals and ceramics. Powder processing. Surface phenomena and corrosion. Superionic conductors and devices. Heat treatment. Electron microscopy. Metallography. Temperature dependence of metallic conductivity. Elastic constants. Doping effects. Mechanical testing. CHARACTERIZATION OF MATERIALS Crystallography. Processing integration. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Stress and strain tensors. Dielectric parameters and their measurements. Strength and engineering design with brittle solids. Yielding criteria.COURSE DESCRIPTION MS 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STRUCTURAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Crystal structure. # MS 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MS 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MS 604 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-1-0-[5] MS 605 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MS 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Classification. Ionic conduction. Reciprocal lattice. Equilibrium thermodynamics. Di-. Magnetic domains. Soft and hard magnetic materials and their technology. Ferri. Anisotropy effects. Electrical resistivity and Hall effect measurements. 303 . ELECTRONIC MATERIALS Prereq. Bonding of atoms. Fatigue. Dia. Crystal growth techniques. Measurement of magnetic properties. Phase transformations. Diffusion phenomenon. Semiconductor materials. Law of mass action. p-n junctions. Brillouin zones. Metallic contacts and interconnects. Diffraction methods. Magnetostriction. Formation of oxide layer. Lithography. Toughening of ceramics and composites. MOCVD and MBE. MOS field effect transistors. Doping methods. Non destructive evaluation. Chemical analysis. piezoand ferro-electric materials. MATERIALS ENGINEERING Solidification. Novel processing methods. Powder processing. Brittle fracture in ceramics and glasses. Viscosity and viscoelasticity in polymers. Wafer processing. Para-. Semiconductor technology. CVD. Spectroscopic techniques. Mechanisms of polarization.and Antiferromagnetism. Processing of glasses and polymers. Crystal growth. Laboratory sessions. Phase equilibria. Crystal chemistry. Elastic stress distributions. Ferro-. Strengthening mechanisms. ELECTRICAL AND DIELETRIC MATERIALS Metallic conduction. Point defects. Creep.

Desired material properties. etc. transducers and digital data storage. Various fabrication techniques. Resolution. Point analysis. Ferro-. Materials for high frequency and high temperature devices. spot and textured patterns. # Introduction to electronic ceramics. SE. Electro-optic ceramics. Nonlinear dielectrics. Heterojunction. Signal characteristics. microelectronics and VLSI applications. Superconducting materials and applications. Contrast mechanisms. Wavelength and Energy dispersive analyzers. Quantitative analysis.X-ray emission. Solid state diffusion. Formation of ring. MS 607 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ELECTRO CERAMICS Prereq. Defects and diffusion in ionic solids. Photoelectrochemical cells. p -n homojunction. SEM. Ionic conductivity. MICROANALYSIS. Birefringence. Linear and quadratic optoelectric effects. Plasma deposition. Ferri-. Electron channelling Patterns and Kossel technique. Applications. Schottky barrier. Basic features of solar cells. Vacuum evaporation. light emitting diodes. BSE and CL detecting systems. Chemical displacement. Ferroelectrics and piezoelectrics. Magnetic ceramics. Applications. Distributiion mapping.Electron-specimen interactions. Magneto-electronics. Applications. Superlattice structures. MATERIALS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE Prereq. # MS 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] TEM-Introduction. Kinematical and dynamical theories. Liner dielectrics. 304 . Thermal oxidation. Various junction configurations. PLZT. Instrument details. identification of phase. synthesis and characterization. KDP. impedance spectroscopy. Thermodynamic formulation. EBIC microscopy. Processing. BF and DF images. ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND MICROANALSIS. thin film capacitor. Applications. Sputtering. # MS 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Characteristics of solar radiation. LiNbO3. Applications. Giant and colossal magnetoresistance. Contrast from defects. High temperature superconductors : Structure. Principles of electron diffraction. LiTaO3. ferrites and other magnetic materials.Photonic materials-solar cells. Weak beam technique. photodetectors. Energy storage devices. Application of linear and non-linear dielectric materials. Electro-optic ceramics. Resolution. Frequency dependence of polarization. Indexing procedures. Image formation. Electro-optic coefficients. Promising semiconductor materials. 3-1-0-0-5 Prereq. New high permeability magnets. Dielectric material design for microwave. Specimen preparation. Structural origin. Line scans. Amplitude and phase contrast. Modes of operation. Materials for signal processing. Lattice resolution.

etc. depletion interactions. Nanolithography. electrostatic. mesoscale thermodynamics. automobile. Scanning probe lithography. ocean. cluster fabrication. # MS 615 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MS 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to high performance polymers and composites. Yield and fracture. ion implantation. short and long term applications and perspectives. nucleation. one and two dimensional nanostructures (concepts of surface and interfacial energies). MS 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO NANO MATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY Prereq. layering. # Effects of confinement and finite size-zero. Characterization methods. Polymers in ceramic processing.MS 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENGINEERING POLYMERS Classification and structure of polymers. Colloidal processing. Application of polymers in space. Demonstration of some techniques in preparation and characterization of nanomaterials. Carbon nanotubes. Particles in liquid suspension. Superposition principles. etc. polymeric. HIGH PERFORMANCE POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES Prereq. electronics. hydrothermal. Size reduction. Stress relaxation and dynamic experiments. Rubber elasticity. grade. attrition. Processing of high performance polymers and composites. chemical self assembly. Fibre spinning. Chemical vapour deposition. Langmuir-Blodget growth. Sintering defects. intercalation. Nanosuspensions-ferrofluids. Sol-gel and other chemical processing methods. 305 . Particle packing. processing parameters. Lamination. Rheology. Structure. Linear viscoelasticity. Sintering. Internal mixer. mesoscale fluid dynamics. Intermolecular and interfacial forces in organic. acid base. Extruder. double layer. agriculture. Gas phase condensation. Synthesis of nanoparticles and films: sol-gel. Mechanical models. chemistry. Various moulding units. biological and aqueous systems-Van der Waals. wetting. Classifications and examples. PRINCIPLES OF CERAMIC PROCESSING Particle size. Nanofabrication: patterning of soft materials by self organisation and other techniques. artificial multilayers. hydrophobic force. Gibbs treatment of interfaces. Open two roll mill. Glass transition. Compaction of nanocrystlline materials. Surfaces and interfaces in processing. medical. Effect of structure on mechanical properties. freeze drying. thin soft films. properties and application of various high performance polymers and composites. Micro contact printing. Calendering. sports. mesoscale phenomena in soft matter and applications: adhesion. building construction.


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Sc. The vibrant academic environment of the department is nurtured by strongly motivated faculty and students. Right from its inception the Department shares the vision of the Institute in striving for excellence in research and teaching activities. Analysis.D. where the students are selected with a Bachelor’s degree though a Joint Admission Test (JAM) common to all IIT’s. In the coming decade. K. This curriculum eventually merges with that of M. Thereafter. Differential Equations. The department offers Ph. ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES At the Master’s level. The vibrant academic ambience and research infrastructure of IIT Kanpur provides an opportunity to pursue research career in frontier areas of basic sciences as well as in interdiciplinary areas of science and technology. Combinatorics. The broad areas of research specialization in the department are: Algebra.Sc. Optimization. Parallel Computing. (Integrated) Programme in Mathematics and Scientific Computing. The current pace of advancement of technology needs a coherent back up of basic science education and research. the students of this programme are trained with the professional courses in the department up to the Master’s level. the department has a 5 year M. providing computing and remote access facilities exclusively to the department students. 308 . The department also has M.Sc. The department has well stocked departmental library. Mathematical Logic. The department encourages interdisciplinary trends with the help of the expertise available at this Institute. (2 year) programmes in (i) Mathematics and (ii) Statistics. Topology. These programmes are dynamic in nature and are flexible enough to allow students to pursue their own interests even outside the department. programmes in (i) Mathematics and (ii) Statistics. The admissions to these programmes are through GATE/CSIR/NET examination followed by a departmental interview/ test. The admission to this programme is through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). The department has succeeded in this endeavor by producing highly qualified and motivated mathematicians who are providing leadership in different educational institutions and R&D organizations in India and abroad. (integrated) programme. The scope of these programmes is to provide comprehensive knowledge and training in the fundamental principles. Fluid Mechanics.The Department of Mathematics and Statistics (earlier known as the Department of Mathematics) came into existence together with IIT Kanpur in 1960. It also has a Parallel Computing Lab and its own computer server. It also trains them in the mathematical aspects of computing science. The department has a well equipped PC lab. Image Processing and Probability and Statistics. Mathematical Modeling. apart from the existing areas. The philosophy behind this programme is to provide young students with an exposure to Engineering Sciences during the first two years as a core programme common to all undergraduate students of the Institute. Biomathematics. Computational Fluid Dynamics. Kelkar Library of the Institute has been identified as Regional Library for Mathematics by the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM). Complex Dynamics. the department intends to develop areas related to mathematical aspects of computing science in all its manifestations. The P. Geometry.

4 GE .3 OE . [5-YEAR] STUDENTS MATHEMATICS & SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING SEMESTER First C O U R S E CHM 101 PHY 101 PHY 102 MTH 101 ESC 101 PE 101 HSS-I-1/ ENG 112 Second TA 101 PHY 103 MTH 102 ESC 102 MTH 100 PE 102 Third MTH 203 CHM 201 TA 201 ESO-211 MTH 201 Fourth HSS-I-2 ESO 209 MTH 202 MTH 204 MTH 302 Fifth HSS-II-1 MTH 301 MTH 311 OE-2 MTH 401 SEMESTER C O U R S E Sixth OE/DF MTH 304 MTH 306 MTH 308 GE . The list is given on the next page.1 Ninth HSS-II-2 MTH 598 GE . every student has to take a minimum of two courses from each group (A and B).2 NDE-2 OE .7 DEL .Sc.3 GE .5 DEL .6 OE . During the entire programme.CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR M.1 NDE .4 Tenth MTH 599 GE .1* COM 200 CHM 201 ESO 209 HSS MTH 203 TA 201 DE NDE OE Seventh OE/DF MTH 403 MTH 421 MTH 423 GE-2 Eighth GE . Communication Skills Chemistry Probability & Statistics Humanities & Social Sciences Mathematics-III Manufacturing Processes Departmental Elective Non-departmental Elective Open Elective (any course in any Department) Professional Courses Group Electives* 309 .5 MTH 201 Linear Algebra MTH 202 Discrete Mathematics MTH 204 Algebra-I MTH 301 Analysis-I MTH 302 Mathematical Logic MTH 304 Topology MTH 306 Linear programming & Extensions MTH 308 Principles of Numerical Computations MTH 311 Probability Theory-I MTH 401 Theory of Computation MTH *** MTH 403 Complex Analysis GE MTH 421 Ordinary Differential Equations MTH 423 Introduction to Continuum Mechanics MTH 598/599 Project-I & II * The student has to take a course from one of the two prescribed lists A and B.

MTH 411. MTH 692. MTH 506. MTH 611.Group Electives Group A : MTH 404. MTH 603. MTH 416. MTH 523. Equations 310 . MTH 657. MTH 693 Group B : MTH 404 MTH 405 MTH 411 MTH 424 MTH 611 MTH 620 MTH 648 MTH 649 Analysis-II Functional Analysis Probability Theory-II Partial Differential Equations Algebra-II Measure Theory Differential Geometry Algebraic Topology MTH 412 MTH 416 MTH 418 MTH 428 MTH 506 MTH 511 MTH 515 MTH 522 MTH 523 MTH 524 MTH 603 MTH 657 MTH 692 MTH 693 Stochastic Processes Regression Analysis Inference-I Mathematical Methods Optimization Statistical Simulation & Data Analysis Inference-II Finite Element Method Fluid Mechanics Algorithms Mathematical Modelling Graph Theory Numerical Solutions to Ordinary Diffl. MTH 649 MTH 412. MTH 424. MTH 648. MTH 524. MTH 620. MTH 522. MTH 405. MTH 515. MTH 418. MTH 428. Equations Numerical Solutions to Partial Diffl. MTH 511.

III STRUCTURE OF THE M. (TWO YEAR) PROGRAM IN STATISTICS YEAR I Semester I MTH 311 MTH 409 MTH 413 MTH 415 MTH 417 ESO 209 MTH 201 MTH 204 MTH 301 MTH 304 MTH 306 MTH 308 MTH 403 MTH 404 MTH 405 MTH 409 MTH 421 MTH 423 MTH 424 MTH 428 MTH 598 DE OE GE YEAR II Semester III MTH 513 MTH 515 MTH 517 DE .STRUCTURE OF THE M.Sc.I MTH 311 MTH 411 MTH 412 MTH 413 MTH 415 MTH 416 MTH 417 MTH 418 MTH 511 MTH 513 MTH 514 MTH 515 MTH 516 MTH 517 Semester II MTH 306 MTH 412 MTH 411 MTH 416 MTH 418 Semester IV MTH 514 MTH 516 MTH 511 OE .II MTH 598/ DE .I OE . (TWO YEAR) PROGRAM IN MATHEMATICS YEAR I Semester I MTH 201 MTH 301 MTH 409 MTH 423 MTH 428 Semester II MTH 204 MTH 304 MTH 308 MTH 404 ESO 209 Semester III MTH 403 MTH 405 MTH 421 DE .II MTH 598/ DE-II Probability & Statistics Linear Algebra Algebra-I Analysis-I Topology Linear programming & Extensions Principles of Numerical Computations Complex Analysis Analysis-II Functional Analysis Computer Prog. & Data Sructures Ordinary Differantial Equations Introduction to Continuum Mechanics Partial Differential Equations Mathematical Methods Project Probability Theory-I Probability Theory-II Stochastic Processes Real Complex Analysis Matrix Theory & Linear Estimation Regression Analysis Sampling Theory Inference-I Statistical Simulations & Data Analysis Analysis of Variance Multivariate Analysis Inference-II Non-parameteric Inference Time series Analysis Departmental Elective Open Elective (any course in any Department) Group Electives* 311 .I YEAR II Semester IV OE .II MTH 306 MTH 424 DE .Sc.I OE .

Unbiasedness. Church-Turing thesis MATHEMATICS-I Prereq. Algebraic geometry. MTH-101 Probability:. Moment generating function. Independence of random variables. variance. Continuity. Parameters. Sets: Russel’s paradox. Linear Approximation. Special distributions: Bernoulli. Counting. Abstraction. Q-Q plot to test for normality of residuals. Simple linear regression. Power series. Mathematical structures: Euclidean structure. Levy’s central limit theorem (i. Zeno’s paradox-infinite series. Comparing two estimators (Relative MSE). Sample size problem. Numbers:Real numbers. Point Estimation: Method of moments. Correlation. Statistics:Introduction: Population. Covariance. Two sample problems. Computability. Continuum Hypothesis. Map coloring. MLE. Likelihood ratio test. Modules. Computation:Iteration Approximations. Joint distributions. Contingency tables. Test for proportions. Non-Euclidean geometries. None MTH 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[0] Mathematical thought process: Proofs by construction. p-value. Properties. Squaring a circle. Graphs. Tests for slope and correlation. Rings. Hilbert spaces. Normal and Poisson approximations to binomial. Limit. Hypergeometric. Confidence interval estimation for mean. Chebyshev’s inequality. Prediction problem. Quality Control: Shewhart control charts and Cusum charts.i. Series. Differentiability. Sample. p. existence. Tests for means. proportions. Geometry: Euler’s theorem. induction. Metric spaces. Random variables. Binomial. Sequences. Complex numbers. Analysis of Variance: Completely randomized design and randomized block design. P.Axiomatic definition. Geometric. Test of Hypotheses:-N-P Lemma.Scatter diagram. Examples of MP and UMP tests. Chi-square goodness of fit tests. Topology. Cantor’s diagonalization arguments.COURSE DESCRIPTION ESO 209 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Prereq. Analysis: Existence of nowhere differentiable functions. Axiom of Choice. Functions of random variables. Conditional probability. Infinity. Moments. specialization. Fundamental theorem of algebra. Groups. Regression Problem:. Vector spaces. Exponential. Expectation. Consistency. Weak law of large numbers. Negative Binomial. Moments. Mean value theorems and applications. variance. Goldbach’s conjecture. Networks. Least squares estimation. SPRT. Fermat’s last theorem. Graphical residual analysis.d. Bayes rule and independence of events. Trisection of an angle. e. Mobius strip. Gamma. Distribution function. finite variance case). Relation between confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses. Poisson. difference of means. Newton and Picard 312 . INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSION Prereq. Normal. Marginal and conditional distributions. Euclid’s parallel postulate. Multiple regression. None MTH 101 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] Real numbers. Uniform. contradiction. Probability mass and density functions.

Serret-Frenet formulas. Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule. Cramer’s method to solve the matrix equation Ax = b. triple integrals. Vector Calculus. Green. Space coordinates. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a linear operator. Coordinates with respect to a basis. Residue theorem. Basis. Structure of the solutions of the matrix equation Ax = b. lines and planes. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Diagonalizability of a linear operator. Determinants and their properties. Polar coordinates.method. Solution of the matrix Equation Ax = b. essential singularities. Similar Matrices and linear operators. Curvature. Functions of two or more variables. Triangular. torsion. Linear Transformation from Rn to Rm (motivation. Cauchy’s theorem. Differentiability of vector functions. Double. of Taylor’s theorem and criteria for maxima/Minima/saddle points. Zeros. Transpose. Standard Basis of Rn. Linear transformations and projections. Surfaces. Critical points. Conformal mapping (for linear transformation). integrals. MTH 102 MTH 201 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Fields and linear equations. Vector Space Rn(R). Null Space and Nullity. Image of a basis identifies the linear transformation. Dimension. Determinants. elementary functions. Curve tracing. LINEAR ALGEBRA Prereq. Bounds on eigenvalues. and Normal matrices (including symmetric. Invertible linear operators. Quadric surfaces. powers and roots of complex numbers. Positive Definite and SemiPositive Definite matrices. Linear Operators on Rn and their representation as square matrices. Continuity. length. triangulation. Rowreduced Echelon form. Improper integrals. Functions of a complex variable. Unitary. Gauss. Properties of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of Hermitian. Unitary. Taylor’s theorem (one variable). Diagonal. Hermitian. Identity. error bounds. Norm. Matrix Representation of a linear transformation. Volume. Power Series. Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process. Approximation by polynomials. Inverse of a non-singular matrix. Area. Subspaces. Scalar Multiplication. Complementary Subspaces. and orthogonal matrices). Jacobians. skew-symmetric. poles. Symmetric. Multiplication. Normal). Implication of diagonalaizability of the matrix A + AT in the real quadratic form XTAX. Generalization to the vector space Cn(C). Contours and contour integration. 313 . MTH 101 Matrices: matrix operations (Addition. Special types of matrices (Null. arc length. term by term differentiation. Analytic functions. X* AX). Skew-Symmetric. Adjoint and their properties. Elementary canonical forms: diagonalization. singularities. Cylinders. MTH 102 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] MATHEMATICS-II Prereq. Cauchy integral formula. Stokes Theorems. Taylor series. Laurrent series. fundamental theorems of integral calculus. skew-Hermitian. Evaluation of real integrals and improper integrals. Range Space and Rank. Graphs of polar equations. Characteristic Equation. Orthogonal. geometric representation. partial derivatives Statement only. Complex Numbers. Skew-Hermitian. Riemann Integral. Vector spaces. Linear Dependence/Independence. convexity. Standard Inner product.

Sturm comparision Theorem. Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations. MTH 202 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] DISCRETE MATHEMATICS Prereq. Coset of a subgroup. Inner product spaces.primary decomposition etc. Homomorphisms. Equations reducible to separable form. Legendre Polynomials. Maximum principle with application.application to Legendre Eqn. Laplace transform. Numerical methods for Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations. Frobenious Method. ALGEBRA Prereq. Fourier method for Laplace’s equation in three dimensions. Isomorphism theorems.y. Orthogonal functions. Some nontrivial 314 . Jordan canonical forms and some applications. Quotient group. Properties of Bessel functions. Integrating factor. F(x. Bessel equation. Group action on a set. Cyclic groups. Structure of finite abelian groups. second order PDE and classification of second order semilinear PDE (Canonical form). MATHEMATICS-III Prereq. Fourier Series and Integrals. Euler. Linear and quasilinear first order PDE. Secondary decomposition theorem. Use of Known solution to find another. Rational canonical forms. Linear Equations. Balanced incomplete block design. Sylow’ theorems. MTH 203 / # MTH 204 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Binary operation. Applications. System of distinct representatives. Existence and uniqueness of solution of IVP Wronskian and general solution of non-homogeneous equations. extensions of the results to higher order linear equations. Semi-direct product.. Hadamard matrices. Positive and semi-positive forms etc. Lagrange’s theorem. Skew-symmetric. Examples and basic properties. Recurrence relations. Symmetric. Bilinear forms.y') = 0. Difference sets. # Permutations and combinations and basic definitions. Orthogonal projections. Orthogonal trajectories. Cauchy Equation. Introduction to PDE. Euler’ Method. MTH 102 MTH 203 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-1-[4] Introduction and Motivation to Differential Equations. Kernel Image of a homomorphism. not solved for derivative. Fourier Method for IBV problem for wave and heat equation. First Order ODE y'=f(x. Cayley’s theorems. D’ Alemberts formula and Duhamel’s principle for one dimensional wave equation. SturmLiouville BVPs. and its properties. Polya’s enumeration theory. rectangular region. Principle of inclusion and exclusion. Power Series Method . Definition of a group. basic concepts. Order of a group. Direct product of groups. Permutation groups. Subgroups. Orthogonal Latin squares. Picard’s Theorem for IVP (without proof) and Picard’s iteration method. Second Order Linear differential equations: fundamental system of solutions and general solution of homogeneous equation. Normal subgroups. Exact Equations. Unitary and normal operators. Elementary types of equations. Selfadjoint.y)geometrical Interpretation of solution. Improved Euler’s Method. Generating functions.

Examples and basic properties. Klein bottle. Groups and Symmetry: Groups. Sequence and Series of functions: Uniform convergence. Continuous functions. Subrings. Group actions. # MTH 300 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Finite and Infinite Sets: Finite sets. Rlemann-Stieitjes integral: Definition and existence of the integral. PID and Euclidean domains. Metric Spaces: Open sets. Integral domains. Connectedness and compactness. Prime avoidance theorem. Group of symmetry . Differentiation and integration. Sequential procedures. Quotient rings. inverse and implicit function theorems. Completeness. Residue systems. Denseness of rationals and irrationals. Continued fractions. BASIC STRUCTURE OF MATHEMATICS Prereq. Maximal ideals. Zero divisors. Applications to classical statistical inference procedures. Characteristic of a ring. ELEMENTARY DECISION THEORY Prereq. Closed sets. Prime ideal. Quadratic reciprocity. Farey fractions. Prime. ANALYSIS-I Prereq. Metric spaces: Open sets. Closed sets. Countable sets. mobius strip. Primitive roots. Attractor. Uncountable sets. Ideals. Properties of the integral. Continuity. Sequences. Basic principles of making decisions under uncertainity. Homomorphisms. Primes.examples. Uniform convergence and differentiation. Fields. Countable and uncountable. Compactness. Cardinality. Zorn’s lemma. Cantor intersection theorem. UFD. Construction of surfaces by identification: Torus. Complete metric spaces. MTH 203/# MTH 247 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Utility and loss functions. Bertrands postulate and the partition function. Isomorphism theorems. Prior and posterior analysis. Totally boundedness. Functions of several variables: Differentiation. Congruences. MTH 215 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] NUMBER THEORY Prereq. Baire category theorem.rigid motion group. Normal subgroups. Quotient field of an integral domain. Irreducible elements and their properties. Topology of Surfaces: Euler’s theorem. Some arithmetic functions. Quotient groups. Fractals: Metric space of fractals and its completeness. Axiom of choice. Ring of polynomlals. Uniform convergence and continuity. Iterated function systems. Chinese remainder theorem. Contraction principle and applications. Equicontinuity. Bayes and Minimax decision rules. Algorithms to generate fractals. Ascoli’s Theorem. Lagrange theorem. Archimedian property. Finite intersection property. Sub-groups. symmetric group. The prior information. 315 . # Divisibility. finite subgroups of the rotation group. Rings: definition. MTH 101/# MTH 301 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Real number system and set theory : Completeness property. Some Diophantine equations. Uniform convergence and integration.

Godel’s incompleteness theorems. Limit points. Closed sets. TOPOLOGY Prereq.MTH 302 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL LOGIC Prereq. completeness. Completeness w. Consistency. Numerical methods (direct and iterative) 316 . The order topology. Stone -Czech compactification. soundness. Soundness. Connected sets in R.Convexity.methods and analysis. Local compactness. Extreme points. derived rules of inference. Approximation . Computer-assisted formal proofs: tableaux. Orderings. Max-Flow problem and Min-cost Flow problem. The Tychonoff theorem. compactness. Axiomatic treatment. Basis of axiomatic set theory. Classical first order theories: Syntax. Basic Polyhedral Theory.Least squares and minimax approximation. Completely regular spaces. Examples of first-order theories : Peano arithmetic. Compactness in metric spaces. Equality. Sensitivity Analysis. Hermite and Spline interpolation. MTH 203 MTH 308 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Root find problem for transcendental and polynomial equations . Numerical integrationNewton-Cotes and Gauss quadratures. resolution. Consistency. MTH 301 MTH 304 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Topological spaces. Artificial variable technique.r. Connected spaces. Interpolation: Lagrange. Dual simplex method. Simplex Algorithm. Continuous functions. satisfaction. Computerassisted formal proofs: tableaux. MTH 201 MTH 306 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Linear Models: Formulation and Examples. Lowenheim-Skolem theorems. Tietz extension theorem. # Formal theories.P Transportation Problems: Models and Algorithms. validity. Basis for a topology. Uryshon’s lemma. sequent calculus. normal forms.P. Groups. Discrete and continuous models. Components and path components. First-order theories with equality. Decidability. Examples of other/non-classical logics. Other proof techniques-natural deduction. completeness. Boolean algebras. Independence of axioms. Network Flows: . Quotient topology. LINEAR PROGRAMMING AND EXTENSIONS Prereq.t. Subspace topology. divided difference. deduction theorem. Adequacy of connectives. resolution. Dynamic Programming: Principle of optimality. finite difference. The product topology. Convergence of nets in topological spaces. derived rules of inference. truth validity. Metric topology. truth. Countability axioms. consequence and deduction. Numerical differentiation. Separation axioms. Deduction theorem. applications to circuit design. Bounded Variable L. Classical Propositional Calculus: Syntax. Compact spaces. Supporting hyperplanes etc. Shortest path Problem. Inverse interpolation. Axiomatic treatment. Duality Theory: Fundamental theorem. PRINCIPLES OF NUMERICAL COMPUTATION Prereq.Algebraic and Geometrical approaches. Uryshon’s metrization theorem. One point compactification. Primal-dual method.

Conditional expectation. Independence of events. Cauchy-Schwarz. Theorems of Rouche and Gauss-Lucas. Languages that are and are not context-free. Laurent’s Theorem . Power Series. Construction of measures. Chebyshev. Zeros of Analytic functions. Some undecidable problems. Measurable functions. Analytic Continuation and Taylor’s theorem. Monotone convergence and dominated convergence theorems. Uniform integrability. Languages that are and are not regular. The time hierarchy. Jacobian theorem. Fubini’s theorem. Randon-Nikodym theorem. Fractals. Holder. Numerical methods for initial value problems. µ-recursive functions and Turing computability. MTH-311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PROBABILITY THEORY-I Prereq. Random variables. Induced measures and probability distribution functions: discrete. Harmonic Conjugates. Mobius Transformations. Borel-Cantelli lemmas. Schwarz-Christoffel Transformation. 317 . continuous and absolutely continuous.for solving linear systems with error analysis. COMPLEX ANALYSIS Prereq. Events. Basic Turing machine model and Turing computability: Variants of Turing machines. Homotopic version. Algorithm aspects of finite automata. one to one correspondence with induced probability measure. . Independence of random variables. Jensen and Lyapunov inequalities. Analytic Functions. Convolution. Markov. Absolute continuity of measures. Time-bounded Turing machines: Classes P and NP NP-completeness. Residue theorem and applications. Context-free grammars: Push-down automata. Algorithms for context-free grammars. Approximations through simple functions. Conditional probability measures. Maximum Modulus Theorem and Open Mapping Theorem. Measure spaces. Product spaces. ESO 209 Sets and set operations. Eigen values and eigen vectors for linear algebraic systems. Sigma fields. Classification of singularities. Functions of random variables. Examples of NP-complete problems. Fatou’s lemma. Hurwitz Theorem. Expectation. Probability measurer and its properties. ESO211/MTH303 / # MTH 401 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Some fundamental proof techniques. Minkowski. Cauchy Theorem and Integral Formula. THEORY OF COMPUTATION Prereq. Sample space. Algorithms to generate Sierpinski Gasket. Elementary Functions. Argument Principle. Grammars and Turing machines: Primitive recursive functions. Caratheodory’s extension theorem. MTH 301 / # MTH 403 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Spherical representation of extended complex plane. Product measures. decomposition. Measurable spaces. Church-Turing thesis and Universal Turing machines: Halting problem. Integration in measure spaces. Finite Automata: Finite automata and regular languages. Iterated Functions System.

Applications of distributions theory and Fourier transform to differential equations. Riesz representation theorem. Dual spaces and adjoint of an operator: Duals of classical spaces. orthonormal set. integral of nonnegative functions. characterization of finite dimensional spaces. divergence of Fourier series. bounded convergence theorem. Bessel’s inequality. Fourier series: Definition of Fourier series. Gram-Schmidt ortho-normalization. Structure theorems. Hilbert spaces : Inner product spaces. closed graph theorem. Lebesgue integration: Simple functions. Lusin’s theorem. measurable sets. projection theorem. Lebesgue measure. MTH 406 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 318 . normal. Calculus with distributions. projection. finite dimensional spaces are isomorphic. The L2 theory of Fourier series. self adjoint operators. monotone convergence theorem. compact operators. Three main theorems on Banach spaces: Uniform boundedness principle. orthogonal projections. Separable Hilbert spaces. Fourier transforms. L1 L2 theory of Fourier Transform. weak and weak* convergence. Bounded linear maps on a normed linear spaces: Examples. comparable norms. Lebesgue integral of a bounded function over a set of finite measure. Tempered distributions. Fatou’s Lemma. adjoint of an operator. Banach algebras. change of variable formula. Orthonormal basis. MTH 301 / # Lebesgue measure on Rn : Introduction. eigen vectors. MTH 304. statement of spectral theorem for bounded self adjoint operators. Test function spaces. Bounded operators on Hilbert spaces: Adjoint. unitary. Banach Alaoglu theorem. differentiation of an integral. Spectral theorem: Spectral theorem for compact self adjoint operators. operator norm. Lp-spaces: The Minkowski’s inequality and Hölder’s inequality. Banach spaces. measurable functions. the general Lebesgue integral. regularity properties. Differentiation and integration: Functions of bounded variation. completeness of Lp. linear map on finite dimensional spaces. eigen values. weinerTauberian theorem. Riesz lemma. MTH 301 / # MTH 405 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Fundamentals of normed linear spaces: Normed linear spaces. MTH 405 # Introduction.MTH 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ANALYSIS-II Prereq. denseness results in Lp. open mapping theorem. DISTRIBUTION THEORY AND FOURIER TRANSFORMS Prereq. convolutions. convergence of Fourier series. Projection and Riesz representation theorem: Orthonormal complements. supports of distributions. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Prereq. a non-measurable set. outer measure. Hahn-Banach theorems: Geometric and extension forms and their applications. absolutely continuity. Lebesgue convergence theorem. Paley-Wiener theorem. Egoroff’s theorem. formulation of convergence problems.

Introduction to data structures in C Programming Language. Variational problems with moving boundaries. circular linked lists. Differentiation and Integration. Helly’s theorem. Uniform integrability and convergence of expectations. Integral equations of first kind. Levy continuity theorem. 319 . # Fortran 77: Integer and real operations. Helly-Bray theorem. FrechetShohat theorem. Linked Lists. MTH 311 / # MTH 411 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Tight families of probability distributions. closed and compact sets in Rn . Central limit theorems: Lindeberg-Levy. STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Strong and weak laws of large numbers. Complex integration. Hash tables. Markov Chains: definition. Volterra type integral equations. Scheffe’s theorem. Bochner’s theorem. Lyapunov and LindebergFeller. some discussion about data structures in F90-F95 with examples. limiting properties. classification of states. Sequences and series. Polynomial addition. Markov Process with Continuous State Space: Introduction to Brownian motion. PROBABILITY THEORY-II Prereq.MTH 407 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS AND INTEGRAL EQUATIONS Prereq. queues. Characteristic functions. REAL AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS Prereq. Renewal Process: renewal equation. Classification of integral equations. Convergence of probability distribution functions. Skorohod’s fundamental theorem. transition probability matrices. stopping time. Application of Linked Lists. # MTH 413 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Real and complex numbers. Records. birth and death processes. Control statements. arrays subroutines and functions. Sequences and series of functions. MTH 409 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES Prereq. Weak convergence. sparse matrices. Various modes of convergence and the interrelations. Singly linked lists. Arrays: linear. red-black trees. MTH-311 / # MTH 412 L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] Definition and classification of general stochastic processes. Moments and uniqueness of the probability distribution. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Multi-dimensional. Pointers. mean renewal time. doubleed linked lists. Open. Limits and continuity. Stacks. logic and complex operations. Neumann’s iterative method for Fredholm’s equation of 2nd kind. Polya’s theorem. Markov Chains with Discrete State Space: Poisson process. MTH 203 # Euler’s equation and its generalization. Trees: binary trees. Inversion formula. Expansion of characteristic functions. Do statement.

Polynomial regression and orthogonal polynomials. Idempotent matrices. percentile estimators. REGRESSION ANALYSIS Prereq. Generalised inverses. Binomial. SAMPLING THEORY Prereq. ESO 209. Confidence interval and regions. ridge regression and principal component regression. Rank of a Matrix. random sample and its likelihood. Singular value decomposition. product and regression method of estimation. INFERENCE I Prereq. Gamma. homogeneity of variances. Problem of multicollinearity. ratio. reduction of pair of real symmetric matrices. solution of linear equations. Poisson. Rao- 320 . Weibull. Asymptotic properties of estimators. systematic sampling. detection of outliers. Power of F-test. parametrs. Mallow's Cp statistic. statistic and its sampling distributions. MTH 415. # MTH 417 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Principles of sample surveys. Linear dependence and independence. Projection and orthogonal projection matrices. different methods for estimation (Least squares and Maximum likelihood). Real quadratic forms. sources of errors in surveys. subset selection of explanatory variables. Least squares theory and GaussMarkoff theorem. Nonlinear regression. least squares estimators. Exponential. method of moment estimators. Test of significance and confidence intervals for parameters. Matrix algebra. Pareto etc. MoorePenrose inverse. Normal. # MTH 418 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Parametric models. # MTH 416 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Simple and multiple linear regression. minimum mean squares estimators. Analysis of binary and grouped data using logistic and log-linear models. Examples from standard discrete and continuous models such as Bernoulli. Inverse of a non-singular matrix. Hermite canonical forms. uniformly minimum variance unbiased estimators. Negative Binomial. Generalised Linear Models (GLIM). Neyman factorization criterion. Residuals and their analysis for test of departure from the assumptions such as fitness of model. Maximum likelihood estimators. double sampling. extrema of a quadratic forms. problems of inference. Stratified and unequal probability sampling with and without replacement. ANOVA table. minimal sufficiency. cluster and subsampling with equal unequal sizes. ESO 209. normality. Cochran's theorem and distribution of quadratic forms. exponential families. Power transformation of dependent and independent variables. ESO 209. Influential observations. Fisher information. Concept of sufficiency. test of single linear hypothesis and more than one hypothesis. Vector and matrix differentiation. Multiple comparisons and simultaneous confidence intervals. Simple. # Review of finite dimensional vector spaces (Null space and nullity).MTH 415 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MATRIX THEORY AND LINEAR ESTIMATION Prereq.

One dimensional wave equation and De’Alembert’s method. Solutions of linear equations with constant coefficients. Cramer-Rao lower bond. Classification of stationary points and phase portraits. Dynamic similarity. confidence intervals. Riemann’s method and applications. Most powerful test.Blackwell theorem. Classification of second order equations. uniformly most powerful test. Maximum principle. Equations with periodic coefficients. Rate of deformation tensor. size and power of a test. MTH-203 / # MTH 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction to tensors. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Heat equation. Continuity and differentiability w. MTH 421 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Strain tensor. Graphical representation of solutions. Higher order equations and characteristics. Method of decent and Duhamel’s principle. Statistical Hyptheses-simple and composite. Interval estimation. Uniqueness and continuous dependence. Stress tensor. Green’s functions and properties. MTH-203/# Vector Fields. Uniqueness of solutions of IVPs for heat conduction equation. shortest expected length confidence interval. critical regions. Nonlinear equations. initial Conditions and parameters. Vorticity circulation & irrational flow. different examples. Floquet’s theory. Green’s function for heat equation. Plane elastic waves.. unbiased test and uniformly most unbiased test.r. Equilibrium equations. Cauchy-Kowalewski’s theorem. Uniqueness of solutions. Lipschitz functions. BVPs for Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations. 321 . Maximum principle and applications. most accurate one sided confidence interval and its relation to UMP test. Solution of three dimensional wave equation. Distribution of zeros of solutions. INTRODUCTION TO CONTINUUM MECHANICS Prereq. Existence theorem by Perron’s method. Laminar boundary layer over a float plat. Boundary value problems. Exact solutions. Solutions of equations in bounded domains and uniqueness of solutions. Existence of solutions by Picard’s method. Poincare Bendixon theorem and applications. MTH-421 / # MTH 424 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Mathematical models leading equations. Mohr’s circle for plane stress. Finite difference method for the existence and computation of solution of heat conduction equation. Deformation.t. construction of confidence intervals. Existence by Perron’s method. Torsion of cylindrical bars. Functional analytical preliminaries. Integral inequalities. Continuation of solutions. Lyapunov theory of stability. statistical tests. general theory. Uniqueness of solutions via energy method. Likelihood ratio test. First order quasi-linear equations. Linear equations. Equations of motion. Oscillation and boundedness of solutions. Green’s functions. Type-I and Type-II errors. Neyman Pearson lemma and its different applications.

Cluster analysis. multivariate distributions and stochastic processes. Regular perturbation theory. Convex sets and convex functions and their properties.Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Principal component analysis for dimension reduction. Monte Carlo methods and permutation tests.Jack-Knife. Asymptotic matching. STATISTICAL SIMULATION AND DATA ANALYSIS Prereq. Computer Intensive Infer-ence Methods . Lagrange’s theory. Perturbation Methods: Perturbation theory. Dynamic programming and its applications. Functionals containing higher order derivatives and several independent variables. Duality theory. # Optimization Problem: various examples. Bootstrap. Search techniques . ESO-209 / # MTH 511 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Simulation of random variables from discrete. Singular perturbation theory. Stoke’s theorem and Gauss divergence theorem. TOPICS IN PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Renewal theory. statement of Ekeland’s variational principle. cross validation. Banach algebras. convolution theorem and application to solve differential equation). Branching processes. Gaussian systems. continuous. Construction of a process with a given finite dimensional distribution. Martingales. Pontryagin’s maximum principle and its applications. Characterization of optimality and constrained optimal problems. The Hilbert space L2.MTH 428 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL METHODS Prereq. Self adjoint. Markov processes with continuous state space. normal and unitary operators. 322 . Existence of solutions of variational problems. Higher order necessary conditions. # Conditional probabilities and conditional expectations with respect to a algebra. MTH 411. MTH 488 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] MTH 506 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] OPTIMIZATION Prereq. Monte-Carlo methods. Fourier sine/cosine and Hankel Transforms with their inverse transforms (properties. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Legendre’s and Jacobi’s condition. residual analysis. Regression variable and several variables. Calculus of Variation: Introduction. scatter plot. # Multiple Integral Theorems and their Applications: Green’s theorem. Variational problem with moving boundaries. Stationary processes and Ergodic theory. Graphical representation of multivariate data. Weiretrass function. Boundaries with constraints. Non-linear programming theory . Variational problem with functionals containing first order derivatives and Euler equations. Integral Transforms: Fourier.

assessing normality. MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS Prereq. admissibility. Bayes . meaning of notions like asset portfolio derivatives (example : Futures. martingales in the discreate framework. limit of Bayes estimators.) Binomial asset pricing model under no arbitrage condition single-period model. Review of convergence in probability and convergence in distributions. principal components. geometric interpretation for finite parameter space. Change of measure and the Radon-Nikodym derivative. Consistency results of the mle's. prior distribution. two-way non-orthogonal experiment. Latin squares design.Risk (VaR) and Conditional . Analysis of covariance. Markowitz mean-variance portfolio optimization problem. discrimination & classification. 2" and 3" factorials with total and partial confounding.period model. scale family. multivariate linear regression models. outlines of the measures of risk. randomized block design. PBIBD. INFERENCE II . Ito intergral and Ito formula Black-Scholes formula for pricing an European call option. Random walk and Brownian motion. risk functions. Basic notions of probability theory on an infinite sample space. canonical correlations. Splitplot. Invariance of CAN estimators under different transformations. MANOVA. options forwwards etc. Wishart and Hotelling’s T2. Minimum risk equivariance estimators. Capital asset pricing model. location scale family. Introduction to continuous time models.Risk (CVaR) MTH 513 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE Prereq. MTH 416 Analysis of completely randomized design. posterior distribution. and the mme's. Value. MTH 418 MTH 515 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Group families. Single-period and multi. risk-neutral valuation of European and American ooptions under no arbitrage condition in the binomial framework. factor analysis. First and second order response surface designs. Consistent and Asymptotic Normal (CAN) estimators. ESO-209 / # Fundamentals of the financial markets.MTH 512 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] FOUNDATIONS OF MATHMATICAL FINANCE Prereq. the principle of equivariance. risk-neutral probabilities. CAN estimators obtained by moments and MLE methods in one parameter xponential family 323 . BIBD. location family.Value. multi-period model. missing plot techniques. MTH 418 MTH 514 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Multivariate normal distribution. minimax estimators and their relations. Comparisons of several multivariate means. Asymptotic relative efficiency.

Kalman filter. Goodness of fit tests. Iterative techniques. sign test and signed rank test. Introduction to turbulent flow. k-sample problem. Bootstrap methods. Vector and matrix norms. Fourier analysis. spectral representation of a stochastic process. Lax-Milgram theorem. Measures of association. MTH-516 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] NON-PARAMETRIC INFERENCE Prereq. estimation of the spectrum. Introduction to boundary layer theory. Rao's score test. Estimation for general FE approximation. Invariant test and unbiased tests. Pearson c2 test for goodness of fit. Linear least-squares problem. Condition number of a matrix and its applications. Results from Sobolev spaces. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Prereq. Some Exact solutions of NS equations. Applications. NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA Prereq. Weak formulation of BVP and Galerkin approximation. Consistency of large sample tests and asymptotic powers of large sample tests.and multiparameter exponential family. Piecewise polynomial spaces and finite element method. general two-sample problems. Variational formulation of elliptic BVP. MA. Wald test. 324 . ESO 209. Introduction to compressible flow. TIME SERIES ANALYSIS Prereq. # MTH-517 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Linear stationary processes. Mixed methods. identification. properties of ARMA processes in the frequency domain. Singular value decomposition of a matrix and its applications. Mann-Whitney test. # Order statistics. Numerical methods for matrix eigenvalue problem. Numerical methods for systems and control. Large sample tests and confidence intervals based on CAN estimators. Construction of FE spaces. Polynomial approximation theory in Sobolev spaces. Linear rank tests for location and scale problem. Run tests. Householder matrices and their applications. Concepts of jackknifing. Sequential Probability Ratio Tests and its applications in different practical problems. Computer implementation of FEM. forecasting time series regression. Likelihood ratio test and its asymptotic distributions. ARMA and ARIMA. Power and asymptotic relative efficiency. AR.:# MTH 522 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Introduction and motivation. estimation of the models. FLUID MECHANICS Prereq. MTH102/ # MTH 520 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Computer arithmetic. # MTH 523 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Review and General Properties of Navier Stokes Equations. Variational problem for second order elliptic operators and approximations. rank order statistics.

MTH 524 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]


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Preliminaries: Introduction to algorithms; Analyzing algorithms: space and time complexity; growth of functions; summations; recurrences; sets, etc. Greedy Algorithms: General characteris-tics; Graphs: minimum spanning tree; The knapsack problem; scheduling. Divide and Conquer: Binary search; Sorting: sorting by merging, qucksort. Dynamic Programming: Elements of dynamic programming; The principle of optimality; The knapsack problem; Shortest paths; Chained matrix multiplication. Graph Algorithms: Depth-first search; Breadth-first search; Backtracking; Branch-and-bound. Polynomials and FFT: Representa-tion of polynomials; The DFT and FFT; Efficient FFT implementation. Number Theoretic Algorithms: Greatest common divisor; Modular arithmetic; Solving modular linear equations. Introduction to cryptography. Computational Geometry: Line segment properties; Intersection of any pair of segments; Finding the convex hull; Finding the closest pair of points. Heuristic and Approximate Algorithms: Heuristic algorithms; Approximate algorithms; NP-hard approximation problems. ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY Prereq. MTH 330 #

MTH 531 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4]

Homotopy of paths; The fundamental group, Covering spaces. Simplicial complexes and simplicial maps; Homology groups; Barycentric subdivision; The simplicial approximation theorem. Singular homology groups; The exact homology sequence; The Eilenberg-Steenrod axioms, Mayer-Vietoris sequence. Project I Project I L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-7-[4] For both course Prereq. #

MTH 598/ MTH 599 MTH 600 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


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Propositional calculus, Set theoretic concepts; Truth on algebraic systems; The calculus of predicates; Model theory; Proof Theory; Algorithms and recursive functions. MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY Prereq. #

MTH 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Elements of digital image processing. Fourier, Random & related transforms.Projection theorem. Helgason-Ludwig consistency theorem. Sampling, resolution, ill-posedness, regularization and accuracy. Limited data problems. SVD, Tikhonov Phillips,CBP, FT, ART, EM, MENT, CSI etc. methods. MATHEMATICAL MODELLING Prereq. #

MTH 603 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Elementary mathematical models; Role of mathematics in problem solving;


Concepts of mathematical modelling; System approach; formulation, Analyses of models; Sensitivity analysis, Simulation approach; Pitfalls in modelling, Illustrations. MTH 606 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIOMATHEMATICS Prereq. #

Biofluid dynamics; Blood flow & arterial diseases; Transport in intestines & lungs; Diffusion processes in human systems; Mathematical study of nonlinear Volterra equations, Stochastic & deterministic models in population dynamics and epidemics. MODEL THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 608 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Some first order logic-completeness, compactness and Skolem-Lowenheim theorems, Theories, Models of theories, Elementary extensions and chains, Skolem functions and indiscernibles, Elementary embeddings and equivalence, Algebraic charecterization of elementary equivalence, Ehrenfeucht games, Finite axiomatizability, Lindstrom's characterization theorems, Ultraproducts, Lindenbaum algebras, Ultrafilters, Rasiowa-Sikorski construction. Free models, Basics of logic programming. PROOF THEORY AND AUTOMATED DEDUCTION Prereq. #

MTH 609 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Classical Propositional Logic - Deduction Systems, Automatic Methods; Non classi cal Propositional Logic - Intutionistic Logic, Normalization, Cut Elimination; Curry-Howard Correspondence; First Order Logic-Deduction Systems; Resolution; Tableaux Methods; Equality and Equational Logics; Type theory; Formalized Number Theory; Godel's Incompleteness Theorems. APPLIED MATRIX THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 610 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Review of basic lin.alg. canonical factorization. Q-Forms. Courant- Fischer minmax & related theorems. Perron-Frobenius theory. Matrix-stability. Inequalities, g-inverse (A-, Am, A+). Direct, iterative, projection and rotations methods for solving linear systems & eigenvalues problems. Applications. ALGEBRA-II Prereq. MTH-204 / #

MTH 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Fields: definition and examples. Ring of polynomials over a field. Field extensions. Algebraic and transcendental elements, Algebraic extensions. Splitting field of a polynomial. Algebraic closure of a field, Uniqueness. Normal, separable, purely inseparable extensions. Primitive elements of a field extension - simple extensions. Fundamental theorem of Galois. Solvability by radicals - Solutions of cubic and quartic polynomials, Insolvabity of quintic and higher degree polynomials. Geometric construct-ions. Cyclotomic extensions. Finite fields. 326

Cyclotomic polynomials and its properties. Traces and norms. Modules definition, examples and basic properties. Free modules, submodules and quotient modules, isomorphism theorems. Localization. Direct sum and direct products. Noetherian and Artinian rings and modules, structure of Artinian rings, Hilbert basis theorem. Jordan - Holder theorem. Radicals of modules, Nakayama lemma. MTH 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] AN INTRODUCTION TO COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA Prereq. #

Commutative rings, ideals, prime and maximal ideals, Noetherian Artinian rings, Primary decomposition and Noetherian rings, Modules over commutative rings, Exact sequences, the Hom and tensorufunctors, rings and modules of fractions, integral dependence, valuations and dedekind domains. RINGS AND MODULES Prereq. #

MTH 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Modules, Free modules, Cartesian products and direct sums of modules. Split exact sequences, Projective modules, Injective modules. Structure modules and rings, Artinian and Noetherian modules, Simple and semi simple modules, Radicals of rings and modules, Special rings and modules. MATHEMATICAL CODING THEORY-I Prereq. #

MTH 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Polynomial rings over fields, Extension of fields, computation in GF(q), Root fields of polynomials, Vector spaceover finite fields, Binary group codes, Hamming codes, Polynomial codes, Linear block codes, The structure of cyclic codes. Quadratic residue codes, Reed Mueller codes, Simplex codes. ANALYTIC NUMBER THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Averages of mathematical functions. Distri-bution of primes, Weyl’s, Kronecker’s and Minkowski’s theorems. Characters. Dirichlet’s theorem on primes in arithmetic progression. Gauss sums. Dirichlet series and Euler products. Analytic proof of the prime number theorem. ALGEBRAIC NUMBER THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Congruences with prime modulus, P-adic equations & padic fields, Hasses Minkowski theorem, Hilbert-symbol, Algebraic number fields, Unique factorization, Cyclotomic integers, Characters of finite abelian groups, Dirichlet series, Dirichlet’s theorem on prime numbers in A.P. & class number.


MTH 618 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


Prereq. MTH 204 #

Introduction, Structure of finite fields, Polynomials over finite fields, Factorization of polynomials, Construction of irreducible polynomials, Applications in cryptography and coding theory. COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA II Prereq. MTH 612

MTH 619 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Completions, Diemension theory, Cohen-Macaulay rings, Regular local rings, Projective and injective modules and resolutions, Homological methods. MEASURE THEORY Prereq. #

Algebras and s-algebras, Measures, Outer measures, Lebesgue measure in Rn, Completeness and regularity. Measurable functions and their properties, Convergence in measure, Integral, Convergence theorems. Signed and complex measures, Radon Nikodym theorem, Lebesgue decompostion theorem, Lp-spaces and their dual. Product measures, Construction, Fubini theorem and its applications, Differentiation of measures. FOURIER ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Fourier series; Norm and pointwise convergence, Approximate identities, Plancherel theorem, Conjugation, Maximal functions, Classical Hardy spaces, F. and M. Riesz theorem, Interpolation of linear operators. Fourier & Fourier Stieltjes transforms, Tempered distributions, Paley-Wiener theorems. WienerTauberian theorems & applications. TOPOLOGY OF RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLDS Prereq. #

MTH 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

First & second variation of arc length, Conjugate points, Myers & Bonnet theorem, Rauch comparison theorems, Cartan-Hadamard theorem, CartanAbrose-Hicks theorem, Spaces of constant curvature; Morse theory; Application to the path space of a manifold. DIFFERENTIABLE MANIFOLDS AND LIE GROUPS Prereq. #

MTH 624 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Differentiable manifolds; Tangent space. Vector fields; Frobenius theorem; Relation between Lie sub-algebras & Lie subgroups; Cartan’s theorem on closed subgroups; One parameter subgroups; Exponential maps; Adjoint representation; Homogeneous spaces; Compact Lie groups; Symmetric spaces. NON-LINEAR ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Calculus in Banach spaces, Inverse & implicit function theorem, Fixed point 328

theorems of Brouwer, Schauder & Tychonoff; Fixed point theorems for nonexpansive & set-valued maps; Predegree results, Compact vector fields, Homotopy, Homotopy extension & invariance theorems & applications. MTH 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN ANALYSIS Prereq. #

Review of basic theorems on Banach spaces, Locally convex spaces, Convexity, Hahn Banach separation theorems, Extreme points, Krein-Milman theorem, Theory of distributions, Tempered distributions, Interpolation of operators, Weak type inequalities, Applications, Compact operators, Integral operators, Fredholm alternative. APPLIED HARMONIC ANALYSIS Basic Fourier Analysis-a review Convolutions, Multipliers and Filters, Poisson Summation Formula, Shannon Sampling Discrete Fourier Transform, Fast Fourier Transform, Discrete Wavelets, Continuous Wavelets, Uncertainty Principles, Radar Ambiguity, Phase Retrieval, Random Transform, Basic Properties, Convolution and Inversion, Computerized Tomography TOPICS IN TOPOLOGY Prereq. #

MTH 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

MTH 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Classification of 2-dimensional surfaces; Fundamental group; Knots and covering spaces; Braids and links; Simplicial homology groups and applications; Degree and Lefschetz Number; Borsuk-Ulam Theorem; Lefschetz Fixed-Point Theorem. BANACH SPACES OF VECTOR VALUED FUNCTIONS Prereq. #

MTH 629 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Banach spaces containing copies of cα l1 or l∞ The spaces L∞ (µ, X), C(K, X) and their duals. Copies of cα, l1 or l∞ in Lπ (µ, X), and C(K, X), Complemented copies of cα, l1 or l∞ in Lπ(µ, X), C(K, X) complemented copies of cα and l1 or l∞ in L∞ (µ, X). FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Completion of metric spaces, Banach fixed point theorem, Baire category theorem, Banach spaces, Conjugate spaces, Reflexivity, Open mapping & closed graph theorems, The principle of uniform boundedness, Hilbert spaces, Riesz representation theorem, Banach algebras, Gelfand Naimark theorem; Spectral decomposition for compact normal operators. APPROXIMATION THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Best approximation in normed spaces. Tchebycheff systems. TchebycheffWeierstrass - Jackson - Bernstein - Zygmund-Nikolaev etc. theorems. Fourier


series, Splines, Convolutions, Linear positive, Variation diminishing, Simultaneous etc. approximations. Direct-inverse-saturation theorems. Applications. MTH 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] VECTOR MEASURES Prereq. #

General vector measure theory, Integration, Analytic Radon Nikodym theorems and operators on L (µ), Martingales, Geometric aspects of the Radon-Nikodym property. APPLIED FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Hahn Banach theorem, Open mapping theorem, Uniform boundedness principle; Applications. Weak and weak-star topologies, Mazur’s, Alaoglu’s, and Goldstine theorems, Reflexive spaces, James characterization of reflexivity. Fixed point theorems of Brouwer, Schauder and Tychonoff; Applications. BASES IN LOCALLY CONVEX SPACES AND KOETHE SEQUENCE SPACES, Prereq. # Preliminaries, Elements of basis theory, Types of bases, Summability (summation of infinite series), Koethe sequence spaces, Bases in OTVS, Isomorphism theorems.

MTH 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

MTH 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


Prereq. #

Fourier transforms, Wavelets transforms and time-frequency analysis, Cardinal spline analysis, Scaling functions and wavelets, Cardinal spline wavelets, Orthogonal bases of compactly supported wavelets, Applications to signal analysis. GEOMETRY OF NORMED LINEAR SPACES Prereq. #

MTH 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Geometric form of Hahn-Banach theorem, w-w* topologies, James characterization of reflexivity, Strict convexity, Uniform convexity, Duality between strict convexity and smoothness, Differentiability of the norm, Drop theorem, BishopPhelp theorems, Krein-Milman theorem and Radon-Nikodym property. TOPICS IN OPERATOR THEORY AND HARMONIC ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 637 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Operators on Hilbert spaces: Compact operators, Schatten class and Hilbert Schmidt operators, Spectral theorem. Fourier series, Smooth functions and distributions. Hardy spaces, Carleson measures, H1-BMO duality. Hankel and Toeplitz operators on H2. Representation theory of compact groups, Representation of SU(2) and SO(3).


MTH 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


Prereq. #

Integration on locally compact spaces, Topological groups, Haar measure, Fourier transforms, Bochner theorem, Pontryagin’s duality theorem, Plancherel theorem, Bohr compactification. LOCALLY CONVEX SPACE Prereq. #

MTH 639 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Topological linear spaces, Equicontinuity, Function spaces, Convexity & convex topological spaces, Hahn-Banach theorem, Barrelled spaces, Principle of uniform boundedness, Bornological spaces, Duality theory (Aren’s Th., Mackey topology, S-topology, Polarity). SEVERAL COMPLEX VARIABLES Prereq. #

MTH 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Cauchy integral formula, Taylor series, Associated radii of convergence, Analytic functions, Reinhardt domain, Logarithmic convexity, Laurent’s expansion, Envelope of holomorphy, Goldberg’s growth parameter, Factorization, Weirestrass preparation theorem, Types of singularity, Domain of holomorphy, Complex analytic structure. COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEX ANALYSIS Prereq. #

MTH 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Formal power series, Quotient-difference algorithm, Algorithms for determination of zeros of entire functions and residues of rational functions, Horner’s algorithm. Continued fractions, Pade' approximation and applications, Complex variable boundary element method & engineering applications. GEOMETRIC FUNCTION THEORY Prereq. #

MTH 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Normal families & applications, Riemann mapping theorem, Conformal mapping of a sequence of domains; Modular function, Hyperbolic metric, Elementary theory of univalent functions, Löwner’s theory, Dirichlet problem,Green’s function & conformal mapping; Transfinite diameter & capacity; Symmetrization, Extremal length and prime ends. COMPLEX APPROXIMATION Prereq. #

MTH 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Faber series. Polynomial approximation in Lp-norm and supnorm. Theorems of Weierstrass, Bernstein & Walsh. Approximation on general compact sets. Theorems of Runge, Mergelyan etc, Approximation by interpolation, Complex planar splines. Complex spline approximation.


MTH 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]


Prereq. #

Fundamental theorems, Winding number & applications,Normal families, Riemann mapping theorem, Fundamentals of univalent functions & entire functions, Phragmen-Lindelöf theorems, Gamma-, Riemann-zeta functions; Harmonic functions,Dirichlet problem for disc, Analytical continuation, Runge’s theorem. ENTIRE AND MEROMORPHIC FUNCTIONS Prereq. #

MTH 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Maximum modulus, Maximum term and rank, Order and lower order, Type and lower type, Rate of growth & distribution of zeros, Hadamard’s factorization theorem & its implications, Minimum modulus, Proximate order and proximate type, Entire functions of exponential type, Nevanlinna theory. UNIVALENT AND MULTIVALENT FUNCTIONS Prereq. #

MTH 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Area principle, Distortion theorems, Coefficient estimates, Bieberbach-Branges theorem, Variational methods, Extremal problems, Rotation theorems, Radii of starlikeness and convexity, Principle of subordination, p-valent, Mean pvalent and circumferencially mean p-valent functions. COMPLEX ANALYTIC DYNAMICS AND FRACTALS Prereq. #

MTH 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Chordal & spherical metrics, Normal families. Iteration of polynomials and rational functions, Periodic points & orbits, Julia & Fatou’s sets and their characterizations, Dynamics of Julia and Fatou’s sets for quadratic, Rational & entire functions; The Mandelbrot set. Julia sets & fractals, Self-similarity and fractal dimension. DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY Prereq. MTH-301 / #

MTH 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Theory of Space Curves-The Serret-Frenet formulas. Gauss Theory of SurfacesFirst and second fundamental form, Examples, Weingarten map, Principal curvatures, Gaussian curvature, Examples. Computation of the curvature in standard spaces: Sphere, Torus, Surfaces of revolution etc. Levi-Civita connectionUniqueness, Gauss theorem Egregium, Hilbert’s theorem on the positivity of curvature at a point on a compact surface in R3. Geodesics, Equations of geodesics, Examples. Jacobi fields, Conjugate points etc. Riemannian area element on a surface, Gauss Bonnet theorem. Differentiable manifold, Differentiable structure. Sub-manifolds, Immersions, Embeddings. Metric tensor, Riemannian connection and curvature. ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY Prereq. #

MTH 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4]

Homotopy, Path homotopy. The fundamental group. Covering spaces. The 332

Cauchy Kowalewski theorem. MTH 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & THEIR APPLICATIONS Prereq. sphere. Function spaces and imbedding theorems.fundamental group of the circle. # Distributions & fundamental solutions. Estimates in different functional norms. Eigenvalue problems.p space. Hilbert-Schmidt theory. Compactness of imbeddings. Maximum and minimum theorem. Continuous dependence of solutions. Resolvent Kernels. Surface layers & Green’s function. Weak formulation. The special Van Kampen theorem. Green’s & Neumann’s functions. ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS Prereq. Fredholm theory. S2.Applications. Dirichlet & Neumann problems. Simplical homology groups. Surfaces 2-dimensional. The exact homology sequence. Elliptic systems. Uniqueness & continuous dependence. # MTH 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Maximum principle. The fundamental theorem of algebra. Singular integral equations. Interior problem for elliptic equations. Regularity of the solutions. S1. Calculations for cone complex. The Lefschetz fixed point theorem. 333 . PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF PARABOLIC TYPE Prereq. Triangulations. Uniqueness theorems for hyperbolic equations with initial & boundary conditions. Essential and Inessential maps . Green’s formula. Singular homology groups. Variational principle. Uniqueness theorem. Operator equations. BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Simplical mappings. The Eilenberg Steenrod axioms. Nonlinear integral equations. Wave equation & energy principle. Causal Green’s functions. MTH 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTEGRAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Imbedding & Trace theorems. # MTH 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Wm. # First order equations. Poisson’s integral. Punctured plane etc. Barycentric subdivision. Parabolic equations. Elliptic equations. Characteristics. # Volterra and Fredholm integral equations. Solvability of boundary value problems. Energy inequality. The simplical approximation theorem. Brower’s fixed point theorem for the disc etc. Heat equations. Some inequalities. Topological invariance. The Euler-Poincare formula. Simplical complexes. Techniques of calculation. Sn etc. Classification of second order equations. Fredholm alternative. Weak solution.

Examples and applications. GRAPH THEORY Prereq. Existence of solution of BVP. Center manifold theorem. Max-Flow Min-Cut Theorem. # Elements of operator theory and Hilbert spaces. Applications to elliptic equations or parabolic equations. LIBOR models. Sobolev Spaces : Imbedding and compactness theorems. Stable manifold theorem. Health-Jarrow-Morton Framework. Applications of Rellich’s inequality. MTH 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INITIAL BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS . Application of theory to radiative boundary conditions. Options on Coupon. Local Volatility. 421. Planar graphs and 5-colour theorem.THEORY & APPLICATIONS TO HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS Prereq. Enumeration.Bearing Bonds. # MTH 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic definitions. Chromatic numbers. Elementary Bifurcation theory. NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS Prereq. Eulerian and Hamiltonian Graphs. Normal form theory.LaSalle's invariance principle. Stable and unstable manifolds of equilibria. Applications to control system. Groups and graphs. ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE FINANCE Prereq. Hartman-Grobman theorem. Converse Lyapanov functions. Sublevel sets of Lyapanov functions. Examples and applications to nonlinear systems and control. Matrices and graphs. Stability via Lyapanov's direct method. Matchings and Hall’s Marriage Theorem. Valuation of Swapation. Interest Rate Swaps. Boundedness of solutions.Regularity in the interior. 334 . and stability theorems for periodic orbits. A prior energy estimates and differentiability results. Kreiss theory for well posedness of hyperbolic initial boundary value problems. Ramsey Numbers. Stability via Lyapanov's indirect method. Options on Bonds. Valuation of Cap and floor.Term Interest Rate Models. Eigen values of graphs. Poincare map. MTH 512 MTH 659 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Stochastic Voltality Models. Brokett's theorem. Maximal dissipative boundary conditions. # MTH 658 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Picard's theorem. Short. Omega limit points of bounded trajectories. MTH 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SOBOLEV SPACES AND APPLICATIONS Prereq. forward and Future LIBOR Rates. Converse Lyapanov's theorems. Center manifold theorem. Blocks. in a neighbourhood of a boundary. Degree sequences. Connectivity. Introduction to the theory of distributions. Fractional spaces and elements of trace theory. Option pricing under jumps. # Energy estimates for symmetric hyperbolic systems.

Existence. # MTH 664 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The fundamentals of lubrication. Elastohydrodynamic lubrication. Roughness effects. Eulers. Stokes & Oseens equations. Laplace transform method to nonlocal problems. MTH660 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NOLOCAL INITIAL AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS Prereq. Artificial kidneys. Atmospheric turbulence. Diffusion equation. formulation of the problems in a Hilbert/ Banach space. multi-point conditions. TRIBOLOGY Prereq. Logarithmic velocity profile. functional analytic approach to solving such problems. Human joint lubrication. Arterial diseases. Free surface phenomena. Dialysis. # MTH 665 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Our environment and its characteristics. properties & historical perspective. 424 Introducing of nonlocal initial and boundary value problems. Basic equations. Effects of greenbelt and rain washout on dispersion. Hydrodynamic lubrication. Environmental pollution and dispersion of pollutants. Mucus transport in lung. Application to engineering & human systems.overview of princing in incomplete matkets. 335 .Newtonian lubrication. Boundary lubrication. friction & wear. NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION Prereq. # Introduction to bio-mechanics. Atmospheric motion. for heat and wave equations and their interpretations. Strong & weak solutions of basic equations. Fourier Series method to nonlocal problems. Non. Magneto-hydrodynamic effects. Compressibility & thermal effects. Galerkin approximation of solutions. Elastic & non-Newtonian effects on blood flow. Pressure & flow in arterial system. well-posendess of the models in the sense of Hadamard. basic notions of credit-risk modelling. Atmospheric waves. method of time iscretization and its applications to noncal problems. # MTH 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Navier-Stokes equations. Circulatory system. MTH 421. types of nonlocal initial conditions. Human joints & their mechanism. Uniqueness and properties of solutions. types of nonlocal boundary conditions. ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS AND POLLUTION Prereq. semigroup of operators and their application to solving nonlocal problems. derivation. Potential flows. MTH 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIO-MECHANICS Prereq. certain problems in control theory modeled as nonlocal problems and their wellposedness.

STATISTICAL DECISION THEORY Prereq. THEORY OF STABILITY Prereq. Convex sets & functions. # MTH 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Optimization problems. Poisseuille flow. # MTH 675 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Graphs. CONVEX ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION Prereq. ADVANCED GRAPH THEORY Prereq. # MTH 673 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Convex functions. Colourability. Four colour problem. Approximation algorithms. Chapman. Transversal theory. algorithm & strong NP-completeness. The minimax theorem. Pseudo-poly. Convex programs. Strongly poly. Birth & death processes. Rotatory Couette flow. Polynomial time algorithms. Heuristics. Hypergraphs. ELEMENTARY STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Integer linear programming. Kolmogorov forward & backward equations. # MTH 669 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Stabililty of fluid flows. NP. # MTH 680 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Markov chain. Nonlinear stability limits. algorithms for special LPs. Rayleigh-Taylor and Kelvin-Helmholtz problems. de Burijn’s theorem. Admissibility & completeness. Sufficient 336 . Risk function. Lagrange multipliers.complete problems. Continuity.MTH 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ENVIRONEMNTAL BIOLOGY Prereq. Groups. Directional derivatives. Optimal decision rules. Reflexivity. Conjugate functions. The Fenchel-duality theorem. Supercritical and subcritical regimes. # MTH 681 Decision function. Separation theorems. The complete class theorem. Stationary distributions. Matroids. Algorithms & complexity. Phelps extremization principle. Benard convection. Processes with independent increments. Poisson process. Krein-Milman theorem. COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION Prereq. Sub-gradients. environmental pollution & population dynamics. Analysis of algorithms.Kolmogorov equation. Kuhn-Tucker theory. Classification of states. Strictly stationary and covariance stationary processes. Schur functions. Diffusion of pollutants and toxicants. Their effects on biological species. Polya’s theorem. Planarity. # Introduction to environmental biology. Redfield’s theorem. Models of population interaction with environmental effects and their analyses. Ekelands variational principle.

Median & Mann-Whitney tests. Model estimation & identification. Commonly encountered problems in estimation. NON-LINEAR REGRESSION Prereq. Bootstrap and cross-validation techniques. # Basic distribution theory. Asymptotic theory. STATISTICAL SIMULATION. Nonparametric formulations. Forecasting. Autocovariance & spectral density functions & moving average processes. Transfer function models. # MTH 684 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Linear stationary processes. Invariant decision problems. Generation of random variables. Asymptotic relative efficiency. WaldWolfowitz. MTH 682 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ORDER STATISTICS Prereq. Tests of goodness of fit. Short cut procedures. # Introduction to simulation & Monte-Carlo studies. Procedures for complete ranking & selecting the best out of populations. TIME SERIES ANALYSIS: FORECASTING AND CONTROL Prereq. Treatment of outliers. Linear rank tests for the location problem & scale problem. Measures of association. # MTH 687 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] The philosophy of ranking & selection. Design for discrete control. Estimation of parameters. Asymptotic theory of extremes. Data based inference methods such as Jack-Knife. Indifference zone approach & subset selection (Elimination) approach. Moments of order statistics including recurrence relations. Use of statistical packages in data analysis. Linear non-stationary processes. Kolmogorov-Smirnov. Bounds and approximations. Estimation of a distribution function. # MTH 686 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Estimation methods. NON-PARAMETRIC INFERENCE Prereq. The Pitman estimates. Sign & signed rank tests. Multiresponse non-linear model. 337 . DATA ANALYSIS AND MODEL BUILDING Prereq. Statistical inference. Admissible & minimax invariant rules. Computational methods. RANKING. Life testing. # MTH 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Order statistics. Interactive computational & graphical techniques in model building.statistics. SELECTION & MULTIPLE DECISIONS Prereq. Estimation of ordered parameters and other related topics.

zero-stability and convergence. NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA Prereq. Runge-Kutta methods -derivation. Inverse methods). Variance component estimation. Conditioning of linear systems. # MTH 690 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fortran IV. U-statistics. Numerical solution of a system of linear algebraic equations. Minimum mean square error estimation & ridge regression. Householder). Linear rank test statistics.# MTH 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Generalized inverse.MTH 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TESTING OF HYPOTHESES II Prereq. 338 . UMP & UMPU tests. ARE of tests. Iterative methods for linear systems.vector and matrix norms and related theorems. APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS Prereq. Stiff systems. LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR MODELS Prereq. Least square theory. Consistency. # Introduction. Unified theory of least squares. # MTH 691 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Triangular form. Eigen values & canonical reduction of matrices. Generalised linear and non-linear models. Randomization & permutation tests. Numerical integration. Cholesky. # Neyman-Pearson lemma & its generalization. SPRT & its properties. NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Numerical solution of ordinary & partial differential equations. MTH 692 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH-693 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Order and convergence of the general explicit one-step methods. Givens-Householder. # Basic linear algebra . Weak stability theory for general linear multi-step methods. Regression analysis. stability and convergence. Q-R. error bounds and error estimates. Relaxation) for solving linear systems. Conjugate gradient method & its preconditioning. Inverse of a matrix. Gauss-Seidel. Direct methods (Gauss.explicit and implicit formulae. Invariant and minimax. order consistency. Matrix norms. Computing of eigenvalues & eigen-vectors (Jacobi. Iterative methods (Jacobi. Interpolation and approximation. Parabolic equations in one and two space dimensions . Bayes. Predictor-Corrector methods. Eigenvalues and eigen-vectors of matrices. Linear multi-step methods -derivation. Asymptotic distributions of test statistics. Weak stability theory for Runge-Kutta methods. Distribution-free statistics.

Essentially nonoscillatory methods. ADI and conjugate gradient methods. Element Shape Functions.Dirichlet. Parallel methods for ordinary and partial differential equations.Collocation method.Some Preprocessing and Processing Methods. Be’zier curves. Bezier surfaces. # MTH 697 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction: Weighted Residual and Variational Approaches. Conjugate gradient method. Nonlinear equations.R. Composite surfaces and spline interpolation. Recent Trends in FEM. # Conservation laws. Parallel issues of factorization : singular. Flux limiters. First order hyperbolic systems in one and two space dimensions-stability and convergence.1). FINITE ELEMENT METHOD: BASIC & APPLICATIONS Prereq. Upwind Strategies. Parallel algorithms for linear algebriac equations. Flow Analysis . Collocation & Tau methods. Total variation diminishing schemes. Second order equations in one and two space dimensions. Hyperbolic equations. # B-splines. Tensor product.Psi-Omega and UVP Approaches. MTH 694 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Prereq. The Fourier system.Split operator methods. Weak solutions & shocks. PARALLEL NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS Prereq. Geometric continuity for surfaces. Geometric continuity. Parallel techniques and algorithms.O. 339 . # MTH 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Fundamentals of parallel computing. FEM Computations . The Galerkin. MTH 695 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 696 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SPECTRAL METHODS FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Prereq. Spectral approximation. Implicit spectral equations. Orthogonal polynomials in (-1. Fundamentals of spectral methods for PDEs. # Galerkin. Temporal discretization.). Design of parallel algorithms for eigen value problem. The Galerkin method and applications. Error Estimates. Monotone difference schemes. Continuous & discrete Fourier expansion. Godunov-type schemes. INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICS OF CAGD (COMPUTER AIDED GEOMETRIC DESIGN) Prereq.value decomposition and related problems. Parallel implementation of classical iterative methods. Curved and Isoparametric Elements' FEM for Elliptic. Case of nonsmooth solutions. Parallel FEM. Elliptic Equations . Parabolic and Hyperbolic Equations. Neumann and mixed problems. Direct factorization methods and successive over-relaxation (S. Multilevel difference schemes. Splines in Bezier form.

NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SINGULAR PERTURBATON PROBLEMS Prereq. Frames. Goldblatt-Thomason Theorem. Canonical Models. some Modal Systems and applications-Temporal. # Introduction to parallel computers. convergence analysis Adaptive methods. Algebraic semantics-Lindenbaum-Tarski Algebras. Conjugate gradient method. Numerical methods based on FInite Differance.s and PDE. # Modal Propositional Logic-Systems K. Nuclearity of operators and their characterisations. Analytical behaviour of solutions. Fourier series of square integrable functions. Irreducibility. Lie algebras and their representations. Elements of Kirillov theory. Topology via Modal Logic MTH 730 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DIMETRAL DIMENSIONS & NUCLEARITY Prereq. # Operators in Hilbert spaces. Diametral dimensions & their relationships with nuclearity. Trace of operators. Parallel time stepping algorithm.MTH 699 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ON PARALLEL COMPUTERS Prereq. Decidability. Incompleteness. Pre-conditioned conjugate gradient method. Finite Element and Finite Volume for singular perturbation problems in ODE. Finite Models. Bases in nuclear spaces. 340 . Nuclearity. D. Automated Proof Methods. Basic theory of nilpotent Lie groups. Peter.domain decomposition method.s. REPRESENTATIONS OF COMPACT & NILPOTENT LIE GROUPS Prereq. Representations of SO(3). Parallel fdm-ADI algorithm. Characters. Asymptotic expansions (brief description). S4. # Examples of singular perturbation problems. Parallel fem . dynamic and epistemic Logics. Automated Proof Methods. Multigrid method. # MTH 731 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Unitary representations. T. Identity. Turning point problem. Jonsson-Tarski Theorem. Modal Predicate Logic-Completedness. The classical groups. Consistency. Irreducible representations of SU(2). Spherical harmonics. Applications from CFD + Project. MTH 700 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 701 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODAL LOGIC Prereq. S5. Completeness. B.Weyl theorem.

Construction of new representation. The Spectral theorem. Plancherel. M. Uncertaininty principles. restriction problem. Structure theorems. Linear Lie Groups. MTH 733 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 734 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BANACH ALGEBRAS.Bourgain theorem. Equivalence and unitary equivalence. L2 theory of Fourier Transform. sets with maximal fourier dimension. Housdorff measures. Lie Algebra. Character of a representation. Kakeya problem. # Representation theory of Compact groups. Forier Inversion theorems. L1. schwartz space and tempered distribution. Representations of C* Algebras and the Gelfand. Spectral measure and representation of abelian C* algebras. Some applications. Schur's lemma and its applications. Tempered distributions. Fourier Analysis on SU(2) and SU(3). Frobenius reciprocity. # L1 and L2 Theory of Fourier transform. Fefferman . Level Analysis. Applications of distributions theory and Fourier transform to differential equations. C* ALGEBRAS AND SPECTRAL THEORY Prereq. Housdroff-Young inequality. # Elementary properties of Banach Algebras and examples.MTH 732 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] REPRESENTATION THEORY OF FINITE GROUPS Prereq. stationry phase and nonstationary phase. Khinchin's inequality. C* Algebras. Representation of the Euclidean Motion Group. Test function spaces.Sc. Representation theory of the heisenberg Group and some Harmonic Analysis. Paley-Wiener theorem. Ideals and quotients. Some applications. Calculus with distributions. Schur's orthogonality relations. Representations of Sn and An for small values of n. REPRESENTATION THEORY OF LINEAR LIE GROUPS Prereq. supports of distributions. Bernstein's inequality for ellepsoid and disc. The Exponential map. group algebra C[G]. Representations of the group and its Lie Algebra.Naimark -Segal Construction. stein-tomas restriction theorem. Normal Operators on Hilbert Space. 341 MTH 736 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . MTH 735 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOPICS IN FOURIER ANALYSIS ON EUCLEDIAN SPACES Prereq. wienerTauberian theorem. Peter Weyl Theorem. Invarient Differential Operaters. convolutions. Fourier transforms. FOURIER ANALYSIS AND DISTRIBUTION THEORY Prereq. Irreducible representation. pointwise pincare inequality. induced representations. Schur's theory of characters. the Spectrum. # Basic representation theory. # Introduction.Abelian Banach Algebras. the Riesz Functional Calculas.

The Marcinkiewicz Interpolation Theorem Restricted Weak Type. Orlicz Spaces. Permutation groups. THEORY OF INTERPOLATION Distribution Functions and Decreasing Rearrangements. Compactness and connectedness. Characterization of Operator Algebras. Cramer's rule. compactness criterion. X. Differentiation. Maximal ideals. ALGEBRA Prereq. Stability Theory. Basic Operations. Prime avoidance theorem and Chinese Remainder theorem. Basic properties. Cauchy theorems 342 . The Spaces L1+L and L Interpolation Spaces. Maximal & Prime ideals over a commutative ring with unity. Systems of linear equations. Caley-Hamilton theorem. ANALYSIS Prereq. Polynomial ring over a ring. Linear transformations.MTH 737 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] THE THEORY OF OPERATOR SPACE Prereq. Characteristic and minimal polynomial. Uniform convergence. Hilbert Transform and Operations of joint Weak Type. The Riesz Thorin Convexity Theorem Complex Interpolation. Integral domains. Minimal and Maximal Operator Space Structures. compact metric space. Isomorphism theorems. Rings. Inverse and Implicit fuction theorems. Algebraic elements and extensions. : None Calculus of Variations. Sylow Theorems. Ideals. Perturbation Methods and Similarity Analysis. None Completely Bounded Maps. Rearrangement Invariant Spaces. division rings. Complex Analysis: Analytic functions. Sturm Liouville Problem and Green's Function. Determinants and their properties.Method Besov Spaces Sobolev Type Embedding Therem. None MTH 753 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Metric spaces. Projective Tensor Profuct. Harmonic conjugates. Open and closed sets. Euclidean rings. Lp-spaces. Stein’s Interpolation Theorem for Analytic Familites. Field Extension. Fields. Minimal Tensor Product. diagonalization. None MTH 738 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Groups. The Haagerup Tensor Product. The Operator Hilbert Space. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors. Vector spaces. Riemann Integration. Ruan’s Theorem. MTH-752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MATHEMATICAL METHODS Prereq. Finite fields. Inner product spaces. The K. Completeness. Continuous functions (several variables and on metric spaces). Structure theorem for finite abelian groups. Lebesgue Integration. uniform continuity C(X).

Radon Nikodym theorem. None Algebras and sigma algebras. rigidfree and rigid-rigid boundary conditions. Rayleigh's criterion and Fjortoft's theorem. Inverting acceptance regions of tests. experimental observations. Infinitely divisible and stable distributions. Orthonormal bases. Lebesgue integral.and consequences. Singularities. Mobius transformations. Strong law of large numbers. Convergence of series. The jacknife. Squires' transformations. Asymptotically unbiased estimators. cell patterns. Matringales and their basic properties. Prediction sets. Parametric and nonparametricmodels. Bayes estimators. The method of maximum likelihood. Pivotal quantities. Law of iteratedlogarithm. Bayes tests. Unbiased and similarity. HYDRODYNAMIC STABILITY Prereq. neutral curves. delta method. Asymptotic tests based on likelihoods. Length of confidence intervals. Measurable spaces. matching conditions for broken line profiles. MLR. Invariant confidence sets. Central limit theorem. Power series. Residues. Zeros of analytic functions. The bootstrap. The NP lemma. inviscid theory. The space L2 as a Hilbert space. MTH 761 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 343 . UMA and UMAU confidence sets. Minimaxity and admissibility. stability. deriviation of stability equations and general characteristics. Variance estimation. Various kinds of convergence of sequence of random variables. None MTH-755 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Population and samples. Invariance. Conditional probabilities and conditional expectations with respect to sigma-algebras. instability. Random variables. MTH 461 # Basic concepts of linear theory. MTH 754 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PROBABILITY THEORY Prereq. Maximum modulus theorem. Marginal stability. Fubini's theorem. Zero-or-One laws. Invariance and UMPI tests. Convergence of probability measures. Complete statistics. Method of moments. STATISTICAL INFERENCE Prereq. The Bayesian confidence interval. Hilbert spaces: Inner product. Bioconvection problem: governing equations and derivations of stability conditions: gravitactic. UMPU tests in exponential families. LR tests. thermal instability and Rayleigh-Benard problem: governing equations. Exponential and location-scale families. UMP tests for one and two sided hypotheses. parallel shear flow instability: derivation of the Orr-sommerfeld equations. Expectation. Laurent series. basic properties. Asymptotically efficient estimation. Inequalities of random variables. Unbiased and UMVU estimation. Sufficiency and minimal sufficiancy. Orthogonality. Riesz Lemma. Chi-square tests. free-free. Methods of introducing probability measures on measurable space.

Components and systems. Branching processes. Cuts and Paths. Modular decomposition. principles of circulation heart. MTH 385 or # Conditional probabilities and conditional expectations with respect to a s-algebra. linear and quadratic discriminant analysis regularized discriminant analysis. Life distributions. Weakly nonlinear theory: basic concepts. Bounds on system reliability. application of depth in supervised and unsupervised classification.: ESO 209# MTH 781 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to pattern recongnition supervised and unsupervised classification.gyrotactic and chemotactic micro-organisms. Markov processes with continuous state space. application of the Weakly nonlinear theory to Benard convection. Micro-circulation. coronary blood flow. blood flow in Artries. MTH 488/MTH 782 or # Weak convergence of stochastic processes. Gaussian systems. concept of multivariate median. Construction of a process with a given finite dimensional distribution. Dimension redution techniiques: principal component analysis. ALE formulation of fluid motion in moving domains. TOPICS IN PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Martingales. blood flow in veins. derivation of the amplitude equation through compatibility conditions. Stochastic calculus. Residual life time. Linear and nonlinear support vector machines. Mean residual life function. some numerical results. The Hilbert space L2. Stationary processes and Ergodic theory. analysis of incompressible NS equations. bioconvection. # MTH 784 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Reliability concepts and measures. STATISTICAL RELIABILITY THEORY Prereq. multidimensional scaling features for maximum linear separation projection pursuit Parametric methods for discriminant analysis: Fisher’s linear discriminant function. Theory of continuous time Markov processes. Notions 344 . Data depth: different notions of depth. Renewal theory. Hazard rate. STATISTICAL PATTERN RECONGNITION Prereq. Cluster analysis: hierarchical and nonhierarchical techniques classification using Gaussian mixtures. Survival functions. MTH 762 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] CARDIO VASCULAR MODELLING The physical problem. Coherent systems. MTH 782 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MTH 783 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Prereq. Common life distributions. ESO 209. Proportional Hazard models. modelling of vessel walls.

methods of consistent estimation. rank and order conditions for identifiability. parallel computing. MULTIOBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION.weighted-sum approaches. Convolutions and mixture of these cases. NPGA etc. Karush-Kuhn-Tucker Conditions. non-elitist methods (NSGA. Heteroskedasticity. interactive methods. Weak Efficiency and Proper Efficiency). # Theory: Fundamentals of Optimisation with single objective. Simultaneous equations model. differences with classical methods. salient advaned techniques (scale-up to large number of objectives. implications and tools for handling the problem. Autocorrelation. indirect least squares.). two stage least squares and limited information maximum likelihood methods of estimation. problem. R2 and adjusted R2. Optimization of system reliability with redundancy. Specification error analysis related to explanatory variables. Multicollinearity. structural and reduced forms. generalized least squares and feasible generalized least squares estimators. inlusion and deletion of explanatory variables. Durbin-Watson test. Aging properties of common life distributions. SPEA. Availabilityof repairable systems.Fundamental principles. Langrangian Multipliers. Structure of the efficient set. MOGA. ridge regression. Maintainance and replacement policies. tests for structural change. # Multiple linear model . Evolutionary methods .Exact and stochastic linear restrictions. Problem of structural change..of aging. instrumental variable estimation. Solution Concepts (Efficency. inconsistency of least squares method. Utility function methods. estimation of parameters under spherical and nonspherical disturbances by least squares and maximum likelihood methods. METHODS. Karush-Kuhn-Tucker Conditions for multiobjective problem. Use of dummy variable. problem and test. elitist method (NSGA-II. within and outside sample predictions. Scalarization Techniques. Additional topics like as Panel data models and unit roots & co-integration. convergence issues. Seemingly unrelated regression equation model. Univariate and bivariate shock models. Tchebycheff methods. Methods : Classical methods.). e-constraint method. closure under formation of coherent structures. Introduction to multiobjective optimization problem. Lexicographic ordering. MTH 786 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 345 .). Idea of Stein-rule estimation. AND APPLICATIONS Prereq. MTH 785 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ECNOMETRIC THEORY Prereq. restricted and mixed regression analysis. constrained methods. Errors-in-variables. PESA etc. Prediction. least squares. hybrid classicalevolutionary methods etc. estimation under Heteroskedasticity. tests of hypothesis. Notions of bivariate and multivariate and depedence. THOEY.

RESEARCH RESEARCH MTH 799 STA 799 346 . MTH 791 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] FINITE ELEMENT COMPUTATIONS Prereq.Applications: Case studies from science and engineering domains. Global problem issues systems of linear equations. Eigen value problems. relevance to innovative design. Mesh generation. Issues in time dependent problem calculations. MTH 697 or # Basic of finite element approximation. Other current trends in fem computations + Project. Sparse systems. Parallel computing aspects.

Ghoshdastidar Eswaran V P. DPGC : Faculty Counsellor : P. analyse and design engineering systems. Venkitanarayanan psg eswar venkit 7019 7429 7528 The Department of Mechanical Engineering trains students in the methods of engineering science and in the application of these methods to conceive.MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSORS Banerjee BN Biswas Gautam Choudhury SK Deb K bnb gtm choudhry deb 7081 7656 7270 7205 7170 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Sarkar S Panigrahi PK Reddy NV Dasgupta B subra panig nvr dasgupta 7942 7686 7362 7095 ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Agarwal AK Basu S Bhattacharya S akag basu bhattacs bishakh mldas adutta samkhan 7982 7506 6056 7824 7359 7995 7038 7687 7060 Dhande SG sgd (Joint appointment with CSE) Dixit PM Eswaran V Ghoshdastidar PS Hatwal H Jain V K Kalra MS Kishore NN Kumar P Mallik AK Munshi P Muralidhar K Pundir BP Vyas NS (Head) pmd eswar psg hhatwal vkjain msk nnk prkumar akmallik pmunshi kmurli pundir vyas 7094 7429 7019 7098 7916 7527 7049 7048 7098 7243 7182 7684 7040 Bhattacharya B Das Malay Dutta A Khandekar S Kar KK kamalkk (Joint appointment with MSP) Mahesh S smahesh (Joint appointment with AE) Ramkumar J Saxena A Saha AK Sharma I Sharma B L Wahi P anupams aksaha ishans bls wahi 7988 7869 7528 6152 6173 6092 Venkitanarayanan P venkit EMERITUS PROFESSOR Ghosh A EMERITUS FELLOW Sengupta A osegu (Joint appointment with NET) 7035 amitabha 7010 Convenor. S. DUGC : Convenor. The professional programme of the department includes a deeper study of a number of engineering 347 .

Computer Aided Manufacturing. Industrial Engineering. theoretical and experimental solution of physical problems. Microscale transport.E. Manufacturing Sciences and Mechatronics. and design of systems relevant to the contemporary industrial world. Smart Materials. and Mechatronics. and Ph. Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics. CURRENT COURSE STRUCTURE FOR B. Nanomechanics.E. Automatic Controls and Engineering Design and Optimisation. STUDENTS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING S C O U R S FIRST PHY102 MTH101 TA101 ESC102 PE101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112N SECOND PHY101 CHM101 MTH102 ESC101 PHY103 ME100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 TA201 ESO202 ESO210 E M E S T E R SIXTH SE-1 ME301 ME351 ME353 ME371 DEL-1 SEVENTH SE-2 ME300 ME401 ME451 ME453 ME471 OE-2 EIGHTH HSS-II-2 ME452 ME461 DEL-2 DEL-3 OE-3 FOURTH HSS-I-2 ESO204 ESO214 ME231 ME251 FIFTH HSS-II-1 ME321 ME341 ME352 ME361 OE-1 ME 100 Introduction to Profession ME 231N Fluid Mechanics ME 321N Advanced Mechanics of Solids ME 352N Theory of Mechanisms & Machines Open Elective-I ME 301N Energy Systems-I ME 353N Dynamics &Vibration of Machinery Departmental Elective-I Science Elective-I ME 300 Summer Industrial Training ME 451N Project-I ME 471 M. Optical measurements. Tech. Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences.sciences (to which the students are introduced at the core curriculum level). Experimental mechanics. Manufacturing Science. Laboratory II Science Elective-II ME 452N Manufacturing Systems Open Elective-3 Departmental Elective-2 Departmental Elective-3 HSS-4 ME ME ME ME 251N 251N 341N 361N Graphics In Mechanical Design Engineering Design and Graphics Heat & Mass Transfer Manufacturing Technology Design of Machine Elements M. Rapid prototyping. Flow control. In the postgraduate programme. the emphasis is on the development of a broad background in a particular stream followed by a deeper study of a research topic. The department of mechanical engineering has a postgraduate programme leading to M. Laboratory I ME 351N ME 371N ME 401N Energy Systems II ME 453N Automation & Contol Open Elective-II ME 461N Project-II 348 . Alternative fuels. degrees in four broad streams: Solid Mechanics and Design. Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer. new areas which receive vigorous attention include Fracture mechanics. The areas introduced by the department include Energy Conversion and Power Systems. D. Micro measurements and sensors.TECH. Mechanics of Solids and Stress Analysis. There are course-oriented laboratories where a student does experimental work leading to a better understanding of physical phenomena. Within these streams. Laboratory experience is considered an important part of the mechanical engineering programme. Genetic Algorithms.

ENGINEERING DESIGN AND GRAPHICS Prereq. project based lab session including sketching and geometric modelling using a software package. machine elements. TA 101N ME 231N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] ME 251N L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-3-0-[4] Theory of general engineering design. compressible flows. Turbulent flow: Reynolds averaged equations. Fuels cells. mountings and accessories.COURSE DESCRIPTION ME 100 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-2-0-[0] INTRODUCTION TO MECHNICAL ENGINEERING Historical perspective. conceptual design. Boundary layer theory. Refrigiration and Airconditioning: Reciprocating single and multi-stage compressors. assembly drawing and list of parts. demonstration and hands-on laboratory. Combustion in SI and CI Engines: performance and trail of Engine. Separation and drag. designing to standard. Constitutive relations. real cycles. Direct energy conversion: Solar Photo voltaic. SUMMER INDUSTRIAL TRAINING Six weeks training after the sixth semester in the Industry. MHD power. embodiment design involving layout and form. manufacturing and automation. ME 300 ME 301N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENERGY SYSTEMS-I Energy resources: Fossil fuels. Navier Stokes equations: Exact solutions. Refrigeration cycles. new materials. sensors. Potential flow. FLUID MECHANICS Reynolds Transport Theorem. Integral form of continuty. actuators. Psychrometric processes. Nuclear fuels. IC engine fundametals: SI and CI Engines. Energy Release: Combustion of fossil fuels. Airconditioning systems. Modern boilers. momentum and energy. energy storage and transmission. drawing project on reverse engineering. Hydrogen energy. geometric modeling. Eulerian and lagrangian view-points. basic sketching. Turbulent flows in pipes and channels. Adiabatic flame temperature. description of devices used in power production. and renewable energy sources. machine drawing including fits and tolerances. future trends including interfacing with microprocessors. and virtual systems. 349 . Solar thermal.

Free Convection. shaft. Mobility and range of movement. Stress field (Cauchy’s principle. flywheel. Gears. bearing and lubrication. equilibrium equation). Boundary value problems in plane stress and plain strain. compatibility). analysis synthesis and selection of machine component including spring. materials selection. ESO 204 ME 321N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Continuum concepts. Kelvin problem and 3-D problems. Deformation (strain tensor. Load calculations. joining and fastening methods. fracture and fatique. ME 352N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 350 . Constitutive equations. Design of various elements of a refrigeration unit. HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Prereq. Large deformations. watercoolers. DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Prereq. # Refrigeration Cycles: vapour absorption and thermo-electric refrigeration systems. modes of failure. brakes. plasticity. The Gray Surface. ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Prereq. comfort airconditioning etc. THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES Kinematic pair. Thermal and Concentration Boundary Layers. Stress waves in 1-D. Refrigerants: multistage refrigeration. fracture mecahnics. Principle of virtual work. ME 231N ME 341N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-1-[4] Conduction: 1-D & 2-D Steady State conduction with and without heat sourcesAnalytical and Numerical Solutions. 1-D & 2-D Transient Conduction. Numerical and Experimental methods. Boiling & Condensation.Analytical and Numerical Solutions. inertia forces and balancing for rotating and reciprocating machines. Radiation: Black Body Radiation. Dimensional synthesis for motion. reliabilty based design. diagrams and inversion. failure theories. Failure theories. and gears. Displacement velocity and acceleration analysis of planar linkages.ME 311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] REFRIGERATION& AIR CONDITIONING Prereq. ME 301. keys. Dynamic force analysis. Uniqueness and superposition. Heat Exchangers. coulings. ME 251 ME 351N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] Material and manufacturing in design. Radiation shields. Cam profile synthesis. path and function generation. torsion of non circular cross section. Heat Transfer in External Flows. Convection. project based lab session involving analysis and design of machine using software packages. psychrometry. Heat Transfer in Internal Flows. Turbulent Heat Transfer. Velocity. Applications : ice plant. cold storage.

elastodynamic and kineto-elastodynamic analysis. ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF LINKAGES Prereq. Construction. Carburation and fuel injection. Boundary. Computer-process interface. chassis and suspension. Lubrication. Computer aided design. Fuels. fuel supply system. ignition and electrical systems. Combustion chambers. elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication and bearings based on these principles. Optimization techniques and computer applications in synthesis of mechanisms. Dynamic. Valve arrangements. COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING Direct numerical control (DNC) and computer numerical control (CNC). Vibrations of single. Effect of engine variables. free and forced vibrations. Gyrodynamics. Pollution. AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS Reciprocating automotive engines including their lubricating and cooling systems. Error analysis. Computer processes monitoring and control. Fuel air cycle. Theories of friction and wear. INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES Classification. Free vibration of one dimensional continuous systems.ME 353N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS OF MACHINERY Three dimensional motion of rigid bodies kinematics and kinetics. adapative control of manufacturing processes. Spatial kinematics and space mechanisms. transmission system. Combustion. Engine cooling. Thermo-elastic deformation and fluid sealing. Testing and performance. carburation and fuel injection systems. Wankel engine. ESO 212 ME 355 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] The tribological system: Common modes of failure and common solutions. Friction and lubrication Supercharging. hydrostatic. Lubrication methods. INTRODUCTION TO TRIBOLOGY Prereq. Knocking. 351 ME 358 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 359 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 360 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . approxi-mate methods. breaking system. Properties of lubricants. Time and frequency domain analysis. Manufacturing system concepts. programming. steering. ME 252 ME 356 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Advanced techniques of kinematic analysis and synthesis of mechanisms. two and multiple degrees of freedom systems. introduction to FMS. hydrodynamic. off-line use of computers.

Design of machine tool structures. slides and guides. Economics of machining.ME 361 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Prereq. strength and rigidity. data acquisition. MIG. laser Doppler velocimeter. Positioning. practical configurations. resistance welding. bearings. Plastic deformation. MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL OF FLOW SYSTEMS Similarity. Merchants’ theory. Pitot tube. straight cut and contouring control systems. Joining processes. errors. Design of drive systems. image procesing. Metal casting. Selection of manufaturing processes for a given product. Common shaping processes for plastics. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB I Prereq. volume-averaged measurement. fits and tolerance. TA 202 Introduction to manufacturing processes. Design of spindles. static and dynamic points of view. lab work. Tool life. Metal cutting: tool specification system. Mechanics of grinding. Metrology: limits. specialized manufacturing applications. design considerations and weld quality. load estimation: High velocity forming. TIG. optical techniques for field measurement. NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS Data processing machines. feedback control. hot-wire anemometer. ME 361. ME 373 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 352 . defects and product design. DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOLS Analysis of machine tool systems from the point of view of kinematics. dynamic response. Continuous sampled data on digital control systems. Design aspects of conventional machine tools and case studies. Rapid tooling techniques. Numerical control application. Machine tools and their relation to numerical control. Manufacturing Sciences and Fluid mechanics. Manual and computer aided programming. Foundry automation. defects. Signal processing and compensation for probe characteristics. Unconventional machining processes. solidification of welds. Automated inspection and CMM. ME 231 ME 363 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 365 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 371 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[0] Experimentation in machine dynamics. RP processes.: ESO 214. Control systems for machine tools. adaptive control. uncertainty analysis. Materials.

Natural. plane strain. ash handling systems and dust collectors. properties of thermoelectric materials. Pumps. boiler mountings and accessories. Euler turbine equation. fluid flow. Velocity triangles. Strength of 353 ME 423 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 427 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Fluid coupling and torque converter. Cogeneration with steam power plant. fusion plasma generators. Governing. Thermoelectric systems: Kelvin relations. Based on a Original Research Project/ design project/experimental project. Turbo Machinery: Classification Similitude and specific speeds. Pelton wheel. Plant performance and operation characteristics. Draft tubes. Steam gas and hydraulic turbines. ENERGY SYSTEMS-II Thermal power plants: Gas and steam power cycles. Axial-flow turbines and compressors: Stage efficiency and characteristics. Lorenz and Kalina cycles. modern boilers. and non-linear. safety devices. Hydraulic Machines. Francis and Kaplan turbines. Shell analysis. Plane stress. performance characteristics. Solution of heat conduction. large scale systems. Thermionic systems: Thermionic emission and conversion. Nuclear power plants. Micromechanics and prediction of elastic constants. POWER SYSTEMS Power plant layout. DIRECT ENERGY CONVERSION Prereq. blowers and compressors: Slip factor. Regenerative and reheat cycles. Turbine and compressor cascades. Cavitation. Three dimensional stress analysis. induced and balanced drafts. Diesel power plants. ME 304 # ME 401N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 402 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 404 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Electrochemical effects and fuel cells. vibration. COMPOSITE MATERIALS Structures and method of preparation of fibres and fibre reinforced composites. power generation. FINITE ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING Introduction to I-D FEM Problems in structural mechanics using two dimensional elements. Water and fire-tube boilers. forced. Recent experiments. Radial equilibrium. Fans. stability. Coal handling units and furnaces. axisymmetric analysis.ME 374 L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-0-[4] MECHANICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH To learn about a topic in depth through independent study under the guidance of a faculty member from the department.

pumps etc. sheet metal working. finite element method for heat conduction. gradient and variable metric methods. Feasible direction and projections. INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND DESIGN Interaction devices and techniques. genetic algorithms. tool design. graphical. design applications. material/component selection and detailed design of a mechanical system including the preparation of working ME 442 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 443 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 449 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[5] ME 450 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 451N L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] 354 . geometrical transformations. synthesis. Applications in conveyor systems. solar electric power. Applications. raster algorithms. solar cookers. Focussing collectors. Design of volumes. root finding. solar energy storage. viewing in three dimensions. Intersection of surface and interference of volumes. advectiondiffusion problems. Navier-Stokes equations. Properties of laminated composites and their constitutive equations. constrained minimization. boundary-layers. solar pond and its thermal performance. upwinding. representation of 3-D shapes. ME 430 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NUMERICAL FLUID FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER ODE. Classification of PDE. PROJECT-I Project work involving the analysis. shading models. solar cooling and dehumidification. engineering design: Discretization. COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DESIGN Methodology of interactive. SOLAR ENERGY THERMAL PROCESSES Fundamentals of solar radiation Review of fluid mechanics and heat transfer. matrix methods. explicit and implicit method. Laminates. shadows. Flat plate collectors. Solar water and air heating systems. solar distillation of saline water and solar stills. unconstrained minimization. Integer and Geometric programming. finite differences. hidden lines. Interfacial mechanics and properties. rendering of surfaces and solids. modelling and object hierarchy. Steady and unsteady conduction. simulation in CAED. display. optimization. simulated annealing techniques. Univariate. edge and surface removal. MAC and SIMPLE. conjugate direction. OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Classical optimization methods. Design of curves and surfaces.composites.

Solid Mecahincs and Design. Sensors and actuators. Nyquist. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Ergonomics-Estimation of performance and power requirements of Vehicles. hydraulic and other systems. Sampled data systems and Digtal controllers. use of MATLAB. feedback. product costing and pricing. ENGINEERING DESIGN CREATIVITY Concepts and Practice: 2-D and 3-D form analysis in product design and in architecture.misfits between form and context. flow lines and assembly systems. The system may be integrated with electronics. Qualitative performance evaluation and appropriate modification of a prototype. new engineering materials and their usage and costs. and Simulation of Dynamic System. Bode. electronic. electrical. Industrial model making. the form and function of Industrial Structures.drawings. Aesthetics and Design. Functional requirements. Generation of ideas. Case studies in engineering design. independence and hierarchy. PID. and root-locus plots. CAD/CAM. Evolution of design from craft to modern products. Projects may be selected by students from any of the four streams. the choice of suitable technologies. constraints. Analysis. AUTOMATION AND CONTROL Modeling. Forms of traditional and modern societies . DA/AD converters. manufacturing automation. Phase lag and Phase lead compensation. Robust design. non-uniqueness etc. synthesis and analysis. ME 452N L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-4-0-[2] PROJECT-II Fabrication of a prototype based on the work done in project-I. stability and sensitivity. Manufacturing Science and Robotics. Microprocessors. Mechanical. Industrially sponsored project studies. 355 . Power Hydraulics. ME 361N ME 453N L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 454 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 457 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-2-0-[4] ME 461 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Introduction to manufacturing system's concepts. adaptive control. State-Space. Stepper and Servo-motors. courage. electrohydraulic and electomechanical systems. laplace and frequency domain system behaviour. Technology and Society. elimination of misfits. communication. interfacing with computers. decision making. NC. CNC and DNC. open and closed loop control systems. Problem definition. Fluid mechanics and Thermal sciences. Studio Work : Design and fabrication of a product MANUFACTURING SYSTEM Prereq.

M. sampling. heat pump. ME 253 & ME 362 General considerations in tool design. robot applications in manufacturing. continuous casting. evaporator and condenser selection. Solid Mechanics. system. Abrasive jet machining. scheduling and sequencing. ME 321. network and database for Mfg. SQC. electro chemical machining. FOUNDARY ENGINEERING. Design of tooling. Blanking and piercing dies. Solar powered refrigeration. Electron beam machining. break even analysis and depreciation. electro discharge machining. properties of various moulding materials. MRP and MRP II. abrasive flow machining. Introduction to powder metallurgy. ME 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS Thermodynamic analysis of vapour-compression. laser beam machining and plasma arc machining.Manual and computer assisted part programming. abrasive water jet machining. fan pump. Cost analysis. application and optimization of multistage and cascade refrigeration systems. Just in time(JIT). CIMS. ultrasonic machining. Heat transfer. materials handling system including AGV. inventory. ME 462 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] TOOL DESIGN Prereq. investment casting. MODERN MACHINING METHODS Introductive to unconventional machining processes. 3-0-0-0-4 Prereq. Automated storage/retrieval systems. Physiological principles of thermal 356 ME 613 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Work holding devices. Process planning. GT and its benefits. FMS. water jet machining. air and non-conventional refrigeration systems. Design of tooling for deep drawing. THERMAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL Moist air and psychrometric processes. Manufacturing system Simulation. Material management. ME 453N ME 471N L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-6-0-[4] Experimentation in automation and control.Q. T. centrifugal casting. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB Prereq. ME 362 ME 464 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 466 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Bond formation.: ME 301N. refrigerants. pressure die casting. risering and gating. Energy conversion. Design of limit guages. Quality assurance and control. control charts. design of jigs and fixtures. principles of solidification and structure of castings. ME 341. Design of press working tools. CAPP.

Plane stress and plane strain problems. effects of Coriolis and Centrifugal forces. Plane problems. Compatibility and constitutive equations. Anisotropic elasticity. Stress analysis of components. Equilibrium. Torsion of non-circular sections. FINITE ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS Introduction to I-D FEM. Variational methods. INTRODUCTION TO SOLID MECHANICS Theory of constitutive equations with special emphasis on elasticity. solar radiation and shading devices. Viscoelasticity. Failure theories. behaviour of unidirectional composite and orthotropic lamina. Stress functions. plasticity and viscoelasticity. Advanced cycles. Applications. ADVANCED THEORY OF TURBOMACHINERY The equations of motion in rotating coordinate system. calculation of cooling and heating loads. rotating stall and surge. Axi-symmetric through flow. ADP determination. Failure theories for fibre composites.comfort. Structure and behaviour of polymers. Problems in structural mechanics using two dimensional 357 ME 617 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 620 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 622 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 623 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . energy equation. cooling towers. Complex potentials in two dimensional and axisymmetric problems. finned heat exchangers. turbine blade heat load and blade cooling. plasticity and viscoelasticity. Constitutive relationships. multistage axial compressors and turbines. thermoelasticity. THEORY OF ELASTICITY Analysis of stress and strain. three dimensional flow in axial turbomachines. potential flow to two dimensional cascades and experimental correlation. Conformal mapping and similarity methods. Solution of problems to illustrate effects of elasticity. two dimensional flow analysis of axial impellers. ME 616 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] THERMAL TURBOMACHINES Turbomachine theory. off-design performance. Finite deformation elasticity. MECHANICS OF MATERIALS Analysis of stress and strain. Heat and mass transfer in air washers. classification of turbomachines. secondary flows and loss estimation. twodimensional cascade theory and experimental results. duct design. Air dehumidifi-cation. Methods for solving direct and inverse cascade problems for compressible flow. radial equilibrium. radial and mixed flow machines. prediction of stage performance and stacking.

beams. NUMERICAL FLUID FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER ODE. multi and infinite degrees of freedom systems to stationary random excitations. Analytical methods. strings. limit cycle. Effect of damping. equivalent linearization. Steady and unsteady conduction. vibration of membranes and plates. random processes. and non-linear. Van der Pol equation. two ME 626 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 627 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 628 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 630 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 358 . Duffing’s equation. ME 625 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] APPLIED DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS Review of single degree of freedom systems. Failure due to random excitation. exact solutions. Floquet’s theory. Bifurcation and chaos. Lagrange’s equation. virtual work. jump phenomenon. VIBRATION OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS Vibration of discrete systems with single and multi degree of freedom. free and forced vibrations. Navier-Stokes equations. Longitudinal vibration of bars. Hamilton’s principle. fluid flow. lateral vibration of straight and curved beams. response of single. finite differences. explicit and implicit method. Langrange’s equations. plane strain. Solution of heat conduction.elements. Gyrodynamics. Navier-Stokes equation. MAC and SIMPLE finite element method for heat conduction. Euler’s equations of motion. Brief discussion on measurement and processing of random data. Continuous systems. Classification of PDE. axisymmetric analysis. Euler angles. advectiondiffusion problems. Plane stress. RANDOM VIBRATIONS Introduction to probability theory. boundary-layers. singular points. stability. Generalised coordinates. constraints. Wave motion in continuous systems. NON-LINEAR VIBRATION Phase space. Three dimensional stress analysis. Shell analysis. Stability criterion. root finding. VISCOUS FLOW THEORY Stress-deformation relations. perturbation techniques. upwinding. Raleigh-Ritz and Galerkin’s methods. large scale systems. Hill’s and Mathieu’s equations. matrix methods. vibration. Dynamics of rigid bodies in three dimensions.

Shock tube. Fanno and Rayleigh lines. Energy equations. Staggered rectilinear grids. Implicit Methods. NPSH. Cavitation. Linearized N-S equations. Explicit methods : MAC. Navier-Stokes equations. methods to find the flow characteristics of a given runner geometry. Turbulence modelling. Prandtl-Mayer expansion. method of images. flow past thin bodies. GAS DYNAMICS One dimensional steady isentropic flow. efficiencies. ME 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 635 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 636 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 637 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 359 . k-e modelling INTRODUCTION TO FLUID MECHANICS Continuum. flow through tubes. ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Discretisation procedure in Finite-difference and Finite-volume. Transfinite. Reynold’s equations. element's equation. normal and oblique shock. S. ME 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HYDRAULIC TURBO MACHINES Classification. design of nozzles. conjugate gradient method. Turbulence. momentum and energy. Momentum Integral and similarity techniques. Poisson equation methods. Turbulent flow: logarithmic law of the wall. similarity laws. Finite-difference Navier-Stokes solution on nonorthogonal grids. Equations of continuity. SMAC. flow through pipes and over flat surfaces.vortex theory. prerotation. free molecular. transformation. Navier-Stokes. Elements of stability theory. creeping flows. Separation. prediction of cavitation inception. macroscopic equations. cavitation machines. Finite-volume methods on non-orthogonal grids. Matrix methods. ELEMENTS OF KINETIC THEORY AND RAREFIED GASDYNAMICS Velocity distribution function. dynamics of collisions. dissipation coefficients. element's equation. small disturbance theory. SIMPLE and SIMPLER. lubrication theory. similarity rules. strongly Implicit Procedure. near free molecular and near continuum flows. Boundary layers.dimensional and axisymmetric boundary layers. Euler’s equation. method of characteristics. stress tensor and heat flux vector. Collocated grids. Methods for finding plate profiles. Isentropic flow in ducts. fluid-solid interaction. B. two and three equation models. fluid deformation. cavitation factor. Couette flow. Compressible boundary layers. characteristics. Hodograph plane. Potential Theory: Blasius’ theorem. Caption of B. slightly non-isentropic flow. effect of wall roughness. standard molecular models. Grid-Generation:Algebraic.

Separation of variables. Heat exchangers. buoyant flows. Blade instabilities in coupled motion. Stability of natural convection flows. ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN HEAT TRANSFER Perturbation methods. similarity. Pitch-lag. Radiation from gases. Integral equations approach. Simultaneous heat and mass transfer. stall flutter. Study of blade motion and deflection. NATURAL CONVECTIVE HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER External flows. Extended surfaces. vapours and flames. FUNDAMENTALS OF HEAT TRANSFER Governing equations. Combined convection and radiation. chemical reactions. Microscale heat transfer. internal as well as external flows. fire modelling. Burning in convective atmosphere. Heat transfer in laminar and turbulent. correlations. Radiation exchange between surfaces. free convection. Free and forced convection. formation and control of pollution. Hub and Tower loads. CONDUCTION AND RADIATION Conduction: Steady and unsteady problems and their solutions in cartesian. eigen functions 360 ME 640 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 643 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 644 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 645 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Applications. Combustion chambers. transient conditions. heat transfer from inclined surfaces. Convection in laminar and turbulent boundary layer and flow through tubes. Laplace transform. Diffusion flames-analysis of single fuel droplet. Applications to cavities and enclosures. Boiling and Condensation. wakes. spray combustion. Radiation: Radiative exchange among black and grey and spectral surfaces. CONVECTIVE HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Conservation equations. mixed convection. boundary layers. Boiling and condensation. radiation in flames. COMBUSTION AND ENVIRONMENT Flame phenomena in pre-mixed combustible gases. lead-lag and feathering motions. Flow in stratified media. Inverse heat conduction. transition. forced convection. turbulent heat transfer correlations. Pitch-flap flutter and divergence.: Flap-lag. free convection flows. cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Uncoupled equations of motion for flapping.ME 638 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS OF WIND TURBINE ROTORS Modelling of wind turbine rotor blade. mass transfer coefficient. Duhamel’s theorem. Estimation of the Rotor. Problems involving change of phase. complex variables. Shape factors. plumes. transform methods. Molecular diffusion in fluids.

materials for construction. Optical methods. heat treatment. boundary layers. type number and dimensional synthesis of mechanisms. Mixing length models. cams and gears.and series solution methods. logarithmic-law near walls. length scales. analytical and graphical methods of analysis and synthesis of linkages. Planetary rings. Expert systems. definitions and quantitative relationships. Schlieren. mechanisms with lower and higher pairs. Measurements of flow and temperature fields. jets.and restricted 3. correlation and energy spectrum functions. Laser Doppler velocimeter. spatial mechanisms. The 2. tomography. Interplanetary missions. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN THERMAL SCIENCES Probes and transducers. wakes and mixing layers. Calibration. Interferometry. thermal design of heat exchangers. Application : Trajectory planning. ME 647 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 648 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 649 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 650 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 361 . Homogeneous. secular perturbations. Review of mechanical design. Computer aided data acquisition. SOLAR SYSTEM MECHANICS Introduction to the Solar System. Grid turbulence. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISMS Kinematic elements and pairs. Transient and frequency response. Turbulence measurement via statistical measures. extrusion. shadowgraph. Single and multi-point correlations. electronic circuitry. costing. design of experimental methods. ME 646 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] DESIGN OF HEAT EXCHANGE EQUIPMENT Types of heat exchangers. LCT. Orbital transfers. testing and inspection. isotropic turbulence. diffusivity. data storage and retrieval. analytical and numerical solution procedures. Thermal and hydraulic design of heat exchangers. geometry of motion. Hamiltonian Mechanics Perturbation methods and effects : The disturbing function. interpretation of data. application to casting. Optimization search method and geometric programming. control strategy. INTRODUCTION TO TURBULENT FLUID MECHANICS Measure of turbulence. Numerical method. Signal conditioning. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF THERMAL SYSTEMS Simulation of thermal processes. optical methods.body problem. integral micro scales. Reynolds equation. codes. Coupler curve synthesis. corrosion damage. resonance stability and chaos.

Hamilton’s principle. Linearization and integrals of equations of motion. torque motor. Pneumatic servo systems. hidden lines. control actuators. reference frames. Dynamic force and motion analysis of mechanisms and machines with rigid links. Mass/Inertia distribution. Methods of analytical dynamics. representation of 3-D shapes. DYNAMICS OF MULTIBODY SYSTEMS Vector functions. Computational issues. NC part 362 ME 653 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 654 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 655 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 656 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 657 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 658 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS Linear and Rotary actuators. INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND DESIGN Interaction devices and techniques. Formulation of equations of motion. Euler’s equations. performance characteristics of road vehicles. Lagranges equations. ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY Kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies and system of rigid bodies. Dynamics in phase space and introduction to stability theory. shading models. Kinematics. Pneumatic control elements. DPF. mechanics of vehicles-terrain interaction. derivatives of vector functions. SLEW servovalves. Handling characteristics. Directional stability. Dynamics of a combination of rigid and flexible bodies.ME 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS Review of kinematics and kinetics of a particle and a rigid body in plane motion. valves and their characteristics. geo-metrical transformations. wheel shimmy. shadows. display. NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS Basic principle of numerical control. edge and surface removal. viewing in three dimensions. Electrohydraulic servo systems. Classification of NC systems. Hydraulic power packs. MECHANICS OF GROUND VEHICLES Simple dynamical models of ground vehicles. raster algorithms. Generalized forces and energy functions. Flow forces on valve spools. mechanics of pneumatic tires. rendering of surfaces and solids. modelling and object hierarchy. Balancing of linkages. Applications to engineering problems. Extraction of information from equations of motion. FES. vehicle ride characteristics. valve design.. Elastodynamics and kineto-elastodynamic analysis of mechanisms with flexible members. electrohydraulic valves.

Chatter in coupled machine tool systems. Chatter in some typical machine tools. Bluntness and cutting forces. dynamics of metal cutting. Control and automation of m/c tools. Dynamics of machine tool structures. chip curl. Static and dynamic analysis of m/c tool structures. laser beam machining. Ruled. extrusion and rolling. tool life and economics of machining.programming-manual and computer aided. solid modelling. deep drawing. electron beam machining. Coon’s and Bezier surface patches. ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOLS Considerations in designing spindle bearing. anisotropy. differential geometry of curves and surfaces. Theory of chatter with several degrees of freedom. feedback devices. Machine tool chatter. slipline field theory. Control loops for NC system. MACHINING SCIENCE I Mechanics of chip formation. Theory of impact dampers. temperature. Conventional machining with modifications. Applications to forging. Comparative evaluation of different processes. ME 659 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] GEOMETRIC MODELLING FOR COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE Geometric modelling. ion beam machining. Drives. Effect of flexible mounting on chatter. Counting devices used in NC system. High velocity forming. Abrasive Jet and Ultrasonic Machining. Industrial robots. revolved and swept surfaces. Tool wear. instability. rational parametric curves and surfaces. Mechanics of grinding. Adaptive control. chemical machining. MACHINING SCIENCE II General classification of unconventional machining. Functions of guides and slide ways. VIBRATION AND NOISE IN MACHINE TOOLS AND PRESSES Forced vibrations. yield and flow. forces and specific energy. wheel wear and surface finish. Special topics. wire and tube drawing. Non-uniform rational B-splines (NURBS). limit analysis. electric discharge machining. lofted. Thermal aspects of machining. ME 661 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 662 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 663 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 666 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 668 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 363 . Interpolators for Manufacturing system. METAL FORMING Fundmentals of plasticity. Bezier’s curves. intrinsic and parametric representations. plasma arc machining.

Fourier series. Eigenvalue Problems and singular Value Decomposition. Stress-optic law. Mathematical modeling. Nonlinear Optimization. Cartesian Tensor notation and vector analysis. Numerical integration. Matrices and Matrix algebra. Taylor series expansion. Case studies. MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS Properties of Vector Algebra. Systems of Nonlinear Equations. Legendre and Bessel functions. Boundary Value Problems. Brittle coating methods. R. Differential Algebraic Equations. extrapolation. subspace. interpolation. Solution of non-linear algebraic systems. System of Polynomial Equations. Method. materials and their selection. Sturm Louville Problem. basis. classification of PDEs. Curve and surface Approximations. Solution of linear algebraic systems. root finding. K. PROGRAMMING AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS MATLAB. Moire. Numerical solution of Ordinary Differential Equations. Eigen values and eigenvectors of a linear operator. Model testing. Second order linear homogenous differential equations and their solutions. Analytical solution of linear PDEs. stochastic vs deterministic models. Role of Digital Image processing techniques for automation. First and second order ODEs. COMPUTATIONAL TOPICS IN ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS Elementary Matrix Computation. photoelastic materials. and Integration. MODELLING AND SIMULATION FOR ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING Black box and distributed parameter models. Introduction to 3-D photoelasticity. Photoelastic coatings Strain-optic law. transient response. Laplace and Fourier transforms.ME 671 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS Strain Gauge. Holography. null and range space. strain rosettes and transducer applications. Introduction to Brittle coatings. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations. Linear Differential equations with constant coefficients and equidimensional equations. invertibility and matrix representation. Vector space. orthogonalization. Systems of Linear Equations. Moire method of strain analysis and non-destructive testing using xrays and ultrasonic devices. Echelon form. Photoelasticity. determinant. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN STRESS ANALYSIS Photoelasticity. Methods of Taylor and Frobenius. inverse: norms and condition number. Speckle and Caustics. Strain gauges. Inverse problems. 364 ME 672 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 681 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 683 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 685 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 686 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Transducers. Rosette analysis. Solution of ODE and linear PDEs by finite differences. Experimental techniques. algorithms. Numerical Differentiation.

Electrokinetic phenomena. Heat transport in thin films and at solid-solid interfaces. ME 688 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 689 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 690 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 365 . potential. Mass. optical comparators. Micro Channels. valves. Optical Measurement techniques. OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Introduction to lasers. Shadowgraph. sources and Nature of various types of pollutants: Pollution monitoring instruments and techniques. Modern developments in IC Engines. Di-methyl ether. Heat pipes. solutions of electrolytes. chemicals. Coating flows. Enzymesubstrate reactions. Momentum. Fuel atomization and spray visualization techniques. Surface tension driven flows. jets. Alternative Fuels and Advances in IC Engines Combustion and Fuels. Convective diffusion phenomena. Principles of simulation. glass fibre making. drying. Modelling of thermal transport in manufacturing of metal based components. Advantages. Drug delivery systems. MPFI. Flow Sensors and actuators. method of caustics. error analysis. Bearings. ME 687 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] HEAT TRANSFER IN MATERIALS PROCESSING Review of Fundamentals. Effect on Lubricating oils. Hydrogen. Mie scattering. waste processing. discrete event simulation. Compressed Natural Gas. Petroleum based liquid fuels and refining. Emulsified fuels. HCCI. speckle. Jets. EGR. Mach-Zender Interferometer. Heat sinks. food processing. Vegetable oils. Solar Cells. Turbocharged engines. 3D and Holographic PIV. Gaseous Alternative Fuels. Liquid alternative Fuels. 3-D temperature profile measurements. Image processing. plastics. electroosmosis. limited data problem. scattered light photo-elasticity. Laser doppler Anemometry.Geometrical modelling and configuration design. transmission tomography. Multi-fuel engines. Pumps. Electro-osmotic pumps. emission legislations. Design of a material processing equipment. Heat and charge transport equations. GDI. problems associated with utilization. MICROSCALE THERMAL ENGINEERING Micro-Mechanical systems (MEMS). Hythane. crystal growing. optical engines. Finite Difference and Finite Element Methods. Heat pipes. Molecular dynamics simulations. direct/iterative reconstruction algorithms. Characteristic Non-dimensional parameters. Solar cells. Heat Sinks. Fins. Combustion process in SI and CI engines. Pumps. Control measures. Particle image velocimetry. Applications. Liquified petroleum Gas. Bearings. channel flow with soluble or rapidly reacting walls. Microscale Heat conduction. Thermocapillary flows. Electric double layer. valves. schlieren. Biodiesel. holography.

Robust design techniques (variation reduction techniques). Implementation Issues: computational time versus accuracy. COMPOSITE MATERIALS Structures and method of preparation of fibres and fibre reinforced composites. fracture of composite materials. Slipline theory and application to problems of extrusion. Optimal control. WAVE PROPAGATION IN SOLIDS Waves in infinite and semi-infinite elastic media. TECH. Properties of laminated composites and their constitutive equations. Axisymmetric and spherically symmetric problems. Dispersion of waves in bounded solids. Interfacing with geometric modelling and analysis softwares. Introduction to waves in viscoelastic and plastic media. 366 ME 722 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 723 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 727 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 728 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . FRACTURE AND FATIGUE Fracture: Energy release rate. THESIS THEORY OF PLASTICITY Yield surfaces. Theory of plastic constitutive equations. comparison with existing solutions. Deformation and flow theories. Application to engineering design problems. Applications. Waves in anisotropic materials. Interfacial mechanics and properties. Wave propagation in plastic materials. Laminates. Micromechanics and prediction of elastic constants. Waves in rods and plates. Rayleigh waves. Strength of composites. Damage mechanics and experimental analysis. Reflection and refraction at plane interface. stochastic programming. FRACTURE MECHANICS Introduction to linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics. Role of Optimization in CAD: Why optimization? Optimization-Geometric modeling-Analysis. Dynamic and Comutational fracture. drawing and indentation. Choice of Hardware platform. crack tip stresses and deformation fields. Elasto-plastic fracture through J-integral and CTOD. Elasto-Plastic fracture mechanics. plastic zone. Dynamic fracture. Solution of transient problems. Graphics interfacing.ME 698 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ADVANCED TOPICS ON ENGINEERING OPTIMIZATION Multi-objective optimization. SPECIAL TOPICS ME 698A L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 699 ME 721 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] M.

Vehicle Emissions and standards. Fatigue: Crack nucleation and growth. Intersection of surface and interference of volumes. Engine Design and Fuel effects. Catalytic Control. Nusselt's analysis of laminar film condensaion on vertical flat plate. theory of vapour bubble formation. Fuel-Air-Mixing and Burning Rates in CI Engines. unconstrained minimization. Ductile Materials. Penetration and Evaporation. single crystal plasticity. Design of boilers. Spray Atomization. Integer and Geometric programming. Size effects on mechanical properties. Soot Formation. Dislocations. Design of curves and surfaces. graphical. Fatigue life prediction. Examples of constitutive models. Zeldovich Mechanism. Boiling enhancement techniques. Feasible direction and projections. Laminar-wavy and turbulent film condensation. COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING DESIGN Methodology of interactive. Flow Boiling. Reliability analysis of weakest-link and fail systems. ME 729 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODELLING OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Prereq. simulation in CAED. Emission control Technologies. tool design. ME 621 Introduction. Design of volumes. 367 ME 741 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 742 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 751 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 752 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 753 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Kinetics. special topics: Computer simulation of boiling.New Advances. gradient and variable metric methods. engineering design. Discretization. Pollutant Formation in Engines.Testing for Fracture. Thermodynamics of constitutive modelling. simulated annealing techniques. Statistical analysis. genetic algorithms. Flame Quenching. Film condensation inside horizontal tubes. COMBUSTION ENGINES AND POLLUTION Thermo-chemistry. sheet metal working. various models and correlations. Emission Measurement BOILING AND CONDENSATION Pool boiling: Nukiyama Experiment. Laminar and Tarbulent Flame propagation in SI Engines. Fuel Injection. OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Classical optimization methods. Chemical Equilibrium. Unburned and Burned Mixture States. design of condensers. Mechanism of CHF. Toughness. RELIABILITY BASED DESIGN Determination of reliability. Heat Pipes. single horizontal tube and vertical array of tubes. pumps etc. condensation enhancement techniques. conjugate direction. constrained minimization. Modelling of very small structures. design applications. Homogeneous. Film and dropwise condensation. optimization. Homogenisation. Univariate. Applications in conveyor systems. and hetrogeneous models.

Ergonomics Considerations in design. Reliability engineering in production and manufacturing systems. ME 754 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] OPTIMAL CONTROL SYSTEMS Principles of optimality. Measurement techniques. Tool design for selected non-traditional machining processes. SPECIAL TOPICS IN TRIBOLOGY Friction and wear in boundary lubrication. ADVANCED METHODS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Principles of Design. vibration control by structural design. Dynamic reliability. Elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication. critical speeds of shafts. Friction instabilities and stick slip. Rigid and flexible rotor balancing. Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation. Failure Considerations in Design. Flexural vibration. Friction-induced thermomechanical interactions. Computer aided process planning of non-traditional processes. Constrained extrema. Modeling and simulation of selected processes. 368 ME 755 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 756 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 757 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 758 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 759 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Geared and branched systems. Aerodynamic effects. vibration reduction at the source. Two point boundary value problems. Pontryagin’s minima principle. thermal and Electrochemical type non-traditional machining processes. Dynamic vibration absorbers. Application of CNC concepts to non-traditional machining processes machines. Application of statistical methods to stability problems. Fluid film bearings: Steady state characteristics of bearings. selection of materials.Reliablity based design of mechanical and structural components. DYNAMICS OF ROTATING MACHINERY Rotor-bearing interaction. Rolling motion. ADVANCED TOPICS IN NON-TRADITIONAL MACHINING PROCESSES A brief review of non-traditional machining processes. Tyreroad interactions. Numerical methods for finding optimal controls. Equivalent discrete system. Calculus of variations: Piecewise smooth extermal. Optimum Design. Foil bearings. Analysis of mechanical. linear tracking problems. vibration and shock isolators. Analysis of micro-machining processes. Reliability. Macro and micro-slip. Gyroscopic effects. Effects of anisotropic bearings. Vibration control by additive damping. Quasilinearization techniques. Robust design. A comparative study of various processes. linear regulator problems. Active control. unbalanced response of an assymetric shaft. tribological properties of materials. VIBRATION CONTROL Factors affecting level of vibration.

Shop floor automation and automatic identification techniques. programming. dynamics and control. Distributed Parameter Systems: COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING Direct numerical control (DNC) and computer numerical control (CNC): adapative control of manufacturing processes. Singularity and workspace analysis. State feedback regulators. GT applications. off-line use of computers. Vibratory bowl feeders. Computer aided design. Basics of DBMS. State-space analysis of multi-variable systems. Programmable automation. Flexible manufacturing systems. programming and control. Automated material handling. FMS: analysis. Modern Control systems: Solution of statespace equations. Mobile robots. 369 ME 761 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 762 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 763 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 764 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 765 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Software tools for CIMS. part placing and part escapement systems. State transition matrix. Modal decomposition. CAD/ CAM. State-space representation of control systems. introduction to FMS. Part orienting. Impulse and pulse response matrix. Manufacturing system concepts. Industrial robotics: Single and mixed product manufacturing. Design of controllers: Full and reduced order observer design. Actuators. ROBOT MANIPULATORS: DYNAMICS AND CONTROL Review of robot manipulators. industrial robotics. sensors. Transfer matrices. Automation equipment. Multi-loop systems and multi-variable block diagrams. Applications motion planning.ME 760 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODERN CONTROL OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS Concepts from Linear system Theory. Integration of controller and observer. flow lines. feed track. grasping and industrial automation. distributed computing and LAN and FAN. Eigen-structure assignment. Robust control. MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION Automation strategies. transfer systems. Introduction to manipulator design. Computer-process interface. INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS Types of Robots. automated assembly systems. Computer processes monitoring and control. Transformation from continuous to discrete time representations. DSS. Optimum controller design. robotized assembly. Manipulator kinematics. Spatial transformation and kinematics of open chain linkages. Constant gain state-feedback design. non-vibratory feeders.

EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMS IN SEARCH AND OPTIMIZATION Traditional optimization methods. Parallelactuated and closed-loop manipulators. Multimodel and multiobjective optimization. Algorithms for assembly and biological aspects of motion and intelligence. Object manipulation and grasping. Electro/Magneto rheological fluids. Redundant manipulators. Sensing and vision. Fuzzy logics.ME 766 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ROBOT MOTION PLANNING Configuration spaces of mobile vehicles and manipulators.reproduction. Neural nets. Planning spatio temporal reasoning. Design of user interfaces and simulation. Materials selection based on properties & shape. state space based analysis & design 370 ME 767 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 768 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 769 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 770 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 771 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Materials property data. Finite Elements Modelling of Vibration of smart Laminates. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ENGINEERING Computational techniques for representing and solving problems. Nonlinear control of robots. learning. First order logic and resolution. Biological Perspectives. Materials selection based on properties alone. Magnetostrictive Materials. Materials and the design process. Applications from engineering. SMART MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES Materials for both actuation and sensing: Piezoelectric Materials. Simple genetic algorithms. crossover and mutation. Case studies. ADVANCED TOPICS IN ROBOTICS Advanced techniques of kinematics and dynamics of mechanical systems. Introduction with applications for Evolution strategy and Simulated annealing. Analysis of GA-operators. Materials for sensing: Optical fibre. materials & design. MATERIALS SELECTION IN MECHANICAL DESIGN The evolution of engineering materials. Variational Formulation. Geometric modelling and sensor based map building. Energy based approach: Hellinger-Reissner Principle. Any other relevant topic. Representation. Composite smart materials and micromodelling related issues. Qualitative reasoning. Latest developments in the use of materials. Complaint motion and grasping. Materials for actuation: Shape Memory alloys Magnetic shape memory material. Processing. New materials. Path planning and obstacle avoidance. Engineering applications. Deception. Mobile robots and path planning. production systems and search. Functional requirements of engineering materials. Heuristics.

ENGINEERING ACOUSTICS AND ITS CONTROL Wave propagation in solids and fluids. Introduction to multiobjective optimisation problem. Thermoforming. ME 772 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MECHATRONICS Fundamentals of the integration of mechanical and electronic subsystems using computer based control. Sturcture of Efficient set. design issues and industrial techniques currently in use.Vibration damping. Passive attenuation of structure-borne sound : Damping models. Control systems design and modeling of computer controlled electro-mechanical systems. Self-sensing actuators. Lexicographic ordering Ph. Other Manufacturing methods (Machining. PLASTIC PART MANUFACTURING AND TOOL DESIGN Fundamentals of Polymer Technology. Sound radiation from vibrating structures: Measurement of radiated power. Active control of structure-borne sound : Elements of frequency domain control system analysis and synthesis. Concepts of Controllability & observability. DAC/ ADC and micro controllers. Pole placement Techniques. Industrial automation and robotics. elementary radiators. Thesis 371 ME 777 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 778 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 780 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ME 799 . METHODS AND APPLICATIONS Fundamentals of optimisation with single objective. blocking masses. Joining.of smart controllers. wave absorbing controllers for rods. beams. Weak Efficiency and Proper Efficiency). Selection of Materials and Manufacturing Methods. Assembly) CAD/CAM of Dies/Moulds/Tools. Solution concepts (Efficiency. Admittance and impedance concepts for infinite and finite acoustic waveguides. Karush-Kuhn-Tucker Conditions for multiobjective problems. Rational Moulding. Flow analysis. Injection Moulding. Resin Transfer Moulding. Scalarization Techniques. effect of elastic interlayers. Rapid Prototyping and Tooling processes. MULTIOBJECTIVE OPTIMISATION: THEORY. D. Extrusion Equipment and Processing techniques. Properties of Solid and Molten Polymers. Details of different types of sensors. changes of material and crosssection. Placement of Smart Actuators/Sensors . Practical applications of mechatronics. Compression and Transfer Moulding. Blow Moulding. Lagrangian Multipliers. Karush-Kuhn-Tucker Conditions. Finishing. sound radiation from bending waves. actuators. and plates. Intelligent system with integrated sensors & actuators.

Munshi (ME) pmunshi pmunshi 7243 7243 msk pmunshi vyas qureshi 7527 7243 7040 7339 (Inter-Disciplinary Programme) PROGRAMME COMMITTEE : M. experimental techniques and a set of electives that may be taken from within or outside of the Programme. a 5 Curie Pu-Be neutron source. transport Munshi (ME) A. material science laboratory and electronics laboratory are also available. Muralidhar msk pmunshi osegu qureshi kmurli 7527 7243 7035 7339 7775 Convenor. Kalra (ME) P. Potential areas of research are: Nuclear reactor. radiation physics. The course work consists of a set of required subjects covering the basic concepts of nuclear science and engineering.D.Tech. theory of kinetic equations. Qureshi (EE) K. plasma physics. safety and controls. Sengupta (ME/NET ) S. Other relevant Institute facilities such as digital computers. degrees was initiated in July Tel Nos : +91-512-259 7243 In view of the rapidly expanding nuclear energy programme in India and the growing need for qualified engineers. A brief description of these courses is given below : 372 . DPGC : Faculty Counsellor: E-mails : pmunshi@iitk. computerized tomography. programme is either a Bachelor’s degree in any branch of engineering or a Master ‘s in Physics. an inter-disciplinary postgraduate programme in Nuclear Engineering and Technology leading to the M. radiation detection and instrumentation. two phase flow. various types of radiation detecting and counting equipment.NUCLEAR ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM PROFESSORS Kalra MS Munshi P Vyas NS (Head) Qureshi S Emeritus Fellow Sengupta A osegu 7035 P. Munshi (ME) P.S. Admission requirement for the M. DUGC : Convenor.Tech. and Ph. solitons. reliability engineering. data processing equipment. Laboratories for research and teaching in Nuclear Engineering include the facilities of the central nuclear physics laboratory.

STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM Compulsory Courses NT 601 NT 602 NT 611 NT 621 NT 614 NT 699 NT 799 Elective Courses NT 612 NT 615 NT 631 NT 632 NT 633 NT 634 NT 641 NT 642 NT 651 NT 652 NT 698 NT 601 NT 611 NT 614 NT 612 NT 631 NT 633 or (ME 681) Mathematical methods Nuclear Power Engineering I Nuclear Power Engineering II Reactor Physics Neutron Transport Theory Nuclear Fusion NT 602 NT 621 NT 699 799 NT 615 NT 632 NT 634 Nuclear and Reactor Physics Nuclear Measurements Lab. In order to meet the degree requirements. students will have to take additional courses. Nuclear Physics and Heat Transfer. Introduction to Fully Ionized Plasmas) Electives (Outside Department) Numerical Methods for Engineers (ME) Numerical Analysis (Maths) Nuclear Materials (Met) Optimal Control Theory (EE) Nuclear Reactions (Phy) Electronics (Phy) Students are expected to have an adequate background in Mathematics. The purpose of the additional courses is to gain knowledge in a particular area which will facilitate research work in that area of specialization. Some of these courses are given below : 373 . Theory of Kinetic Equations. Thesis research Nuclear Power Engineering III Radioisotope Application in Engineering Nuclear Reactions & Interaction of Radiation with Matter NT 641 Introduction to Computerized Tomography NT 642 Nondestructive Evaluation NT 651 Fast Reactor Technology NT 652 Nuclear Fuel Cycle NT 698 Special Topics (Reliability Engineering.

The fission process. Four-factor formula. Energy dependent diffusion equation. Nuclear forces and the deuteron problem. Reactor core MATHEMATICAL METHODS Sets. Heat transfer and fluid flow correlations. Binding energy. Nuclear charge.approximate methods. Pressure drops due to friction and pumping power. basis. Sturn Lioville problem. Echelon form. local inverse and implicit function theorem. Age theory. Energetics of nuclear stability. Classification of PDEs. criticality equation. transformation rules. Reaction channels. Fredholm and Volterra integral equations. Slowing down equation and its solution by the step-by -step methods exact and approximate.NT 612 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] REACTOR PHYSICS Neutron transport equation and its approximate methods of solution: spherical harmonics and discrete ordinates methods. Systems of linear equations. NUCLEAR AND REACTOR PHYSICS Introduction to quantum mechanics. series solution and orthogonal polynomials. Slowing down theory. Bifurcation and Liapunov-Schmidt reduction. Compound nucleus. Optimization methods. Single phase and two phase heat transfer. Methods of solution. conformal mappings. Potential well. quantum states. group constants and matrix formulation. Variational calculus. Euler-Lagrange equation and Raleigh Ritz method. invertibility and matrix representation. Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. Collapsing of groups. Iterative and thermal hydraulic analysis. Heat removal. Nonliear maps. Multigroup diffusion. multigroup method. Boiling and flow regimes. Cartesian tensors. Energy dependent diffusion. relations. Semiempirical mass formula. First and second order ODE. mappings and inverses. Schrodinger equation and its solution by separation of variables. Critical mass and size. NT 602 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NT 611 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING I Types of nuclear reactors. subspace. Solution in finite and semi-infinite media. null and range space. Reactor coolants. Heat generation in fuel elements and temperature distributions. Vector space. Energy dependence of neutron cross sections and Brecit-wigner formula. Two-group analysis. Two group analysis. order. NT 601 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 374 . Laplace and Fourier methods. Numerical criticality search. Diffusion equation and criticality studies. Neutron diffusion theory showing down length. Fredholm Alternative and orthogonalization. calculus. numerical criticality search. Hot spot factors. Analytic functions. radius and mass.

Point reactor kinetics with introduction to feedback effects. Applications in analysis. Flow measurements. BF 3 counters. Non-linear effects. humidity. NT 631 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NT 632 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 375 . Radiation safety. Exact and approximate solution and their inter-relationship. NEUTRON TRANSPORT THEORY Neutron transport equation and its derivation. heavy water. Computer simulation studies. Introduction to nuclear fuel cycles. viscousity. radiation protection monitoring. flow. RADIOISOTOPE APPLICATION IN ENGINEERING Nuclear detectors. corrosion. applications. Process Instrumentation and Control: basic concepts.difference equation. Semiconductor detectors for alpha and gamma spectrometry. G-M Counter characteristics. Selected examples of Industrial radiotracer applications. Case’s singular eigen function method for the 1 speed transport equation. water treatment. plutonium. Cadmium ratio measurements. Experiments using Van de Graaff. NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING III Health Physics: introduction. Radiation monitoring. Neutron diffusion length and age measurements. Radioactive waste disposal. production of uranium. decontamination. NT 611 Introduction to control theory. Radiotracer principles. force. regulatory aspects. sensing and transmission/ receiving of temperature. Introduction to reactor reliability and safety analysis. Nuclear Chemistry: role of chemistry in nuclear engineering. Foil Activation. radiation biology. Wear measurements and other production engineering applications. radiation protection. counting statistics. ceramic fuels.NT 614 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING II Prereq. Coincidence measurements. Counting statistics. metallic fuels. liquid level. chemical processes in the nuclear fuel cycle. thorium. Nuclear Materials: fabrication and properties of zircaloy. Scintillation detectors and gamma spectrometry. Spherical harmonics approximation: diffusion and higher order PN approximations and their relation to Case’s method. Shielding. pressure. TPN and FN approximations. operational radiation protection. The neutron slowing down equation: its analysis as a differential. Radioisotope applications. Process studies. Multichannel analysis. NT 615 NT 621 L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-6-0-[4] NUCLEAR MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY Biological effects of radiation. Economics of nuclear power. Energy dependent spatial neutron transport.

thermonuclear cross-sections.Radiogauging principles. radiography. Alpha particle gauges based on transmissions. radiographic techniques. density and composition analysis. Instrumentation & controls. Fuel-element design. data collection mechanisms. inverse theorems. Inertial confinement of plasma microexplosion and laser fusion. eddy current. Metallic fuels. fan-beam inversion. Steam-generators. filter functions. various applications. Heat transport systems. Fuel management. fabrication of fuel. Steels for nuclear environment. post irradiation examination. optical. Radioisotope power packs. tomographic extensions of classical NDE/NDT methods Radon inversion. medical imaging. direct theorems. radiation processing and food irradiation. corrosion. 376 NT 634 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NT 641 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NT 642 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NT 651 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY Overview. error estimates.ultrasonics. and decay. X-ray fluorescence principles. FAST REACTOR TECHNO-LOGY Introduction. NUCLEAR REACTION AND INTERACTION OF RADIATION WITH MATTER Introduction of nuclear Properties. IHX design. data collection. Resonances. Scattering and ionization effects. and shield attenuation calculations. safety. related instrumentation. Plasma confinement: Pinch effect. design of CT scanners for materials testing. advanced NDT techniques. neutronnics in a fusion reactor. stellarator and magnetic mirrors. convolution algorithms. Nuclear Reactions. extractive and physical metallurgy of nuclear materials. magnetic flux leakage. flow measurement. High level radio-isotope applications including radiation therapy sterilization plants. Core design. Sodium pumps & piping. Shielding Concepts Geometries. series-expansion methods. Shell model. Radiation losses: bremsstrahlung and cyclotron radiation. Energy balance: Lawson criterion. Energy loss of radiation going through matter. NON DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION Introduction. Cross-sections. Neutron gauges. Well logging. Radon’s inversion formula. Plasma heating ohmic and adiabatic compression: Tokamaks. cladding. centralslice theorem. nondestructive testing. convolving functions transform methods. Angular momentum and spin. Gamma and neutron radiography. applications in industrial situations. Kinematics. Beta transmission gauges for measurements of sheets thickness. various NDE techniques. NT 633 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] NUCLEAR FUSION Basic physics of fusion reactions.

mixed-oxide fuel. waste management. environmental impact and safety. fast reactor fuel cycle and fuel fabrication. thorium cycle. contamination. radioactivity. nuclear fuels. PWR fuel. 377 . irradiated fuel. babrication of fuel assemblies.NT 652 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Nuclear Fuel Cycle Introduction. enrichment of uranium. xirconium process. uranium technology. reprocessing.

D. 7809 7047 7143. A. rcb debch mkh pkjain sdj vnk satyen 7185 7039 7823 7663 7014 7985 7654. Z. Singh. R. G.K. Dutta. Ghosh. Pradhan. A. A Ramakrishna.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS PROFESSORS Budhani. 7092 7083 7006 7042. V.C. D. V. K. Mukherji.N. dams 7986 kaushikb sudeepb tkghosh anjankg guptaraj zakir sutapam tapo hwanare 7306 7602 7276 7549 6095 7464 7119 6103 7885 Convenor. LECTURER Dhamodaran. Wanare. A. Gupta.C. 7989 7681 ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Banerjee. Sahdev. R. Joglekar.K. H. Chowdhury. Subrahmanyam. Shahi. Raychaudhuri.S. Ravishankar.A. anjankg avinas 7549 7047 E-mails : _____@iitk. DPGC : Gupta. K. T. Jain. A. P. T. M.K. (Head) ynm Prasad. Sarkar. 7033 7065. S. S. Thareja. Y. Harbola. rprasad vravi ds kshahi avinas thareja hcverma ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Bhattacharya. Gupta. K Bhattacharjee. Singh. S. R Hossain. H. S. Rajeev. Kulkarni. A. S. Tel Nos : +91-512-259 _______ 378 . 7947 DUGC : Convenor. S. satyajit dutta asima sar kpraj sreerup sengupta vmani mkv 7396 7929 7276 7139 7912 7559 7471 7691. V Verma. R. S. Sengupta.D.P. Kumar. K.N. 7971 7449 Mohapatra. M.K.

programme admits 19 students every year (out of this 4 seats are reserved for candidates in the SC/ST Category).Sc. The requirements in the programme are prescribed to ensure that the scholars acquire a professional maturity which 379 . Programme. Admission is provisional to securing 55% marks as stipulated.The Department of Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology.Sc.Sc. PROGRAMME The Department of Physics offers many subdisciplines in the Ph. The Physics department participates in the undergraduate core programme and runs a select fiveyear Integrated M.Sc. (Two-year) programme admits 19 students every year (out of which 3 seats are reserved for candidates in the SC/ST Category).I. Engineering graphics and Computer programming as well as courses on Humanities and Social Sciences. making effective use of the features of the core programme which includes Basic Sciences. Workshop practice. programme as well as an active Ph. For admission to this programme. In addition. including a few positions filled jointly with the Materials Science and the Laser Technology Interdisciplinary programs of the Institute. course in Physics.D. The students of this programme do four intensive semesters of Physics courses only. Admission is through the All-India JAM Examination.Sc. PROGRAMMES The Integrated (Five-year) M.T. The department also runs a two-year M. The faculty is also assisted by Research Associates and doctoral Fellows as part of the academic staff. programme.D.D. Students in the final year of their B. Over the years. Kanpur has 39 faculty positions. M. Sc. but can be admitted only if they have appeared for their B. the Integrated M. In addition. candidates must have done a three-year B. The next four semesters are devoted to intensive Physics courses at the M. Admission for candidates is after school-leaving through the IIT-JEE Examination.Sc. Kanpur has acquired a considerable international reputation and has produced many of the eminent physicists living and working in India and abroad.Sc. Programme of I.-Ph. Ph. securing at least 55% marks in Physics Honours/Major (or in aggregate if there is no Honours/Major).Sc. Students in this ten-semester programme have to go through a core programme in the first four semesters. the Department offers an M.Sc. A brief description of the course structure for various programmes and courses run by the Physics Department is given in this bulletin. the Department has one Principal Scientific Officer. A large variety of courses offered by the Physics faculty are of interest to a number of inter-disciplinary programmes of the Institute. programme.Sc. programme with specialisation in many major and frontline areas of Physics.Sc. The M. D. programme may also apply. (Dual Degree) Programme to highly motivated and bright students who wish to combine a thorough training in basics with an early entry into research. final examinations before joining the M. and receive a thorough training which has also produced eminent scientists of no less repute than the Integrated M. programme.Sc. level and the last two semesters are exclusively devoted to elective courses and project work.

Sc.D. M.Sc. PROGRAMME YEAR I Semester I PHY 601 PHY 603 PHY *** PHY 799 Semester II PHY 602 PHY 604 PHY *** PHY 799 AFTER YEAR I Semester I PHY 799 Semester II PHY 799 PHY 601 PHY 602 PHY*** Review of Classical Physics I Review of Quantum Physics I Departmental Elective PHY 603 PHY 604 PHY 799 Review of Classical Physics II Review of Quantum Physics II Research Credits † Departmental Electives can be any 6th level course or otherwise as advised by the Convenor. in May and December. statistical mechanics. securing at least 55% marks in Physics Honours/Major or in aggregate if there is no Honours/Major. Students in this programme get a thorough training in basics together with the students of the M. degree will be awarded on completion of all academic requirements of the first six semesters. Lasers and Laser Spectroscopy. M. STRUCTURE OF THE Ph. Admission in through All-India JAM Examination and around 9 students are admitted each year. The entire programme is designed with attractive financial and time-saving features. independent study and teaching assignments. quantum mechanics. with emphasis on interdisciplinary activity. Ph. (Two-year) programme. the Department of Physics has started a new M. Admission is provisional to securing 55% marks as stipulated. Programme. The Ph. Students with good academic record and strong motivation for a career in physics after earning Master’s degree can apply for admission to the Ph. Students in the final year of their B.Sc. programme. before moving on to the Ph.Sc. Nuclear and High Energy Physics. all designed with a view to making the scholar a professional physicist. Ph. programme. The compulsory courses consist of review of mathematical physics.D. programme may also apply. Quantum Field Theory. D. classical mechanics.Sc.D.Sc. DPGC 380 . (Dual Degree) programme for bright and motivated students who have done a three-year B.D. final examinations before joining the M. but can be admitted only if they have appeared for their B. Admission is through a written test and interview conducted twice a year. (DUAL DEGREE) PROGRAMME Since 2001.Sc. solid state physics and nuclear physics while the elective courses cover the ongoing research areas in the department.will enable them to deal with a wide range of problems in physical sciences in their respective fields of specialization. programme combines course work. programme. Dynamical Systems and Statistical Physics.Sc. guided research. There is also a provision for a walk-in interview for exceptional cases. The research interests of the department include topics in Condensed Matter Physics. D.

DUGC 381 . of Materials Hum. Elective Open Elective (any course in any Dept. Sc. & Prop.) PHY 568 # Engineering Science options must be chosen from the list of courses as advised by the Convener. (Five Year) PROGRAMME FIRST CHM101 PHY101 PHY102 MTH101 ESC101 PE101 HSS-I-1/ ENG112 SIXTH PHY412 PHY422 PHY432 † † SECOND PHY103 MTH102 TA101 ESC102 PHY100 PE102 THIRD MTH203 CHM201 ESO212/ ESO214 PHY210 ESO-2 PHY224 FOURTH HSS-I-2 TA201 PHY204 PHY431 PHY218 FIFTH PHY315 PHY401 PHY421 † SEVENTH PHY461 PHY543 PHY552 † † EIGHTH PHY462 PHY524 PHY553 † † NINTH PHY563 PHY565 † † † TENTH PHY566 PHY568 † † † CE O U R S † IN ADDITION TO ABOVE THE STUDENT MUST COMPLETE: DE OE HSS-2 NDE 07 CREDITS 27 CREDITS 08 CREDITS 08 CREDITS PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 224 204 210 218 315 401 412 421 422 431 432 461 462 524 552 553 563 565 566 Optics Quantum Physics Thermal Physics Optics Laboratory Modern Physics Laboratory Classical Mechanics Statistical Mechanics Mathematical Methods I Mathematical Methods II Quantum Mechanics I Quantum Mechanics II Experimental Physics I Experimental Physics II Intro to Atomic & Nucl Physics Classical Electrodynamics I Classical Electrodynamics II Experimental Project I Experimental Project II Experimental Project III Experimental Project IV CHM 201 E S O # ESO 212 ESO 214 H S S TA 201 DE-I & II NDE OE General Chemistry-I Engineering Sc. Option Fluid Mechanics Nat. & Social Sciences Manufacturing Processes Departmental Electives* Non-Dept.STRUCTURE OF THE INTEGRATED M.

-Ph.D. Research Project 799 Research Credits 382 * One of PHY 407 (Special & General Relativity) and PHY 680 (Particle Physics) must be taken as DE courses.Sc.Sc.Sc. Sc. Experimental Project III 599N M.D.Sc. the other can be any Departmental elective.STRUCTURE OF THE M.Sc. Experimental Project II 502 M. (Two Year) YEAR I Sem I PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 401 421 431 441 461 Sem II PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 412 422 432 462 473 Sem III PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 543 552 563 565 *** YEAR II Sem VI PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 524 553 566 568 *** *** IN ADDITION TO ABOVE THE STUDENT MUST COMPLETE DE 11 CREDIT M.-Ph. (Two Year) AND THE M. (DUAL DEGREE) PROGRAMMES M.Sc. Sc. † Engineering Science options must be chosen from the list of courses as advised by the Convener. DUGC . Experimental Project I 501 M. (DUAL DEGREE) (For Admission in 2008-09) YEAR I Sem I Sem II Sem III YEAR II Sem V Sem IV YEAR III V PHY 400 PHY PHY PHY PHY 401 421 431 441 400 401 412 421 422 431 432 441 473 524 543 552 553 *** PHY 412 PHY PHY PHY PHY 432 461 473 500 PHY 543 PHY 553 PHY 599N PHY *** PHY *** PHY 552 PHY 524 PHY 462 PHY 502N PHY 501 PHY *** PHY 422 or PHY 692 PHY 599N PHY *** PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY Introduction to the Department Classical Mechanics Statistical Mechanics Mathematical Methods I Mathematical Methods II Quantum Mechanics I Quantum Mechanics II Electronics Computational Physics Intro to Atomic & Nucl Physics Condensed Matter Physics Classical Electrodynamics I Classical Electrodynamics II Departmental Elective* PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY PHY 224 Optics 461 Experimental Physics I 462 Experimental Physics II 563 Experimental Project I 565 Experimental Project I 566 Experimental Project III 568 Experimental Project IV 500 M.

magnetic field in Helmholtz coil. gyroscope.dimensional equation of motion in various forms. gradient. physics-induced technologies. charging of a plate capacitor. relative velocity and accele-rations. variable mass problems. moment of inertia of a bicycle wheel. spring oscillation apparatus. special theory of relativity. P = Laboratory. Kepler’s law. conservation of angular momentum and elementary rigid body dynamics.COURSES IN PHYSICS L = Lectures. prism spectro-meter. work-energy theorems. PHYSICS I Coordinate systems. work and energy in electrostatics. elements of vector algebra in plane polar. torsional pendulum. damping. central forces. which shaped our current understanding of the physical World. electromagnetic induction. significant discoveries. electrostatics. frames of reference. measurement of capacitance using galvanometer. line integrals. T = Tutorials. spherical polar coordinate systems. cylindrical. centrifugal and Coriolis forces. conservative forces. waves: motion in non-inertial frames. Fraunhofer diffraction using He-Ne laser. current balance. PHYSICS II Vector calculus. PHY 101: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-3-[2] Core PHYSICS LABORATORY Introduction to error analysis and graph-drawing. trajectory of a projectile on an inclined plane. forced oscillations. constraint equations. curl. unifying themes and tools of physics. coupled pendulum. Laplace’s equa-tion and (first) 383 PHY 102: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-1-0-[4] Core PHY 103: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-1-0-[4] Core . study of collisions on an air track. conservation of linear momentum and collisions. Gauss’ law and applications. and Condensed Matter laboratories of the Physics Department. resonance in electrical circuits. Laser. Newton’s laws and applications (to include friction. rough pulleys). electrostatic potential and curl of E. [C] = Credits Note: # indicates that consent of the Instructor is required PHY 100: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-2-0-[0] Core INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSION (PHYSICS) Frontiers of physics at various scales. elliptic and parabolic orb-its. bar pendulum. dimensional analysis. The course will include physics demonstrations along with some handson experience in the Nuclear. energy diagrams. resonance. solutions for one. D = Discussions. Low Temperature. gravitation. hyperbolic. pot-ential.

bound states in deep potential well and finite potential well. waves: wave equation. electron diffraction experiments. magnetization. magnetism as a relativistic phenol-menon. reflection and trans-mission at normal incidence from dielectric and metal interfaces. Krönig-Penney model of 1-d crystals and formation of energy bands. motion of charges in elec-tric & magnetic fields. Schrödinger equation for time evolution. probability currents and their relation with the flux in beams of particles. molecular vibrations and spectroscopy. magnetostatics: current density. simultaneous eigen-functions. bosons and fermions. natural line width of spectral lines. Maxwell’s equations in media. angular momentum operators. Gaussian wave packets. well potentials and examples like ammonia inversion. propagation through linear media and conductors. indistinguishability in quantum mechanics. curl and divergence of B. outline of getting stationary states. wave function and its Born interpretation. energy and mom-entum of plane e. para. time energy uncertainty.and dia-magnetism. Pauli exclusion principle. PHY 204: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-1-0-[4] Professional (SE 301) QUANTUM PHYSICS Origin of quantum theory and related experiments. Faraday’s law. bound currents and bound pole densities. Born interpretation. boundary conditions on B and H. square well potentials.. structure of H line due to I-S interaction (derivation not needed). de Broglie hypothesis.m. linear dielec-trics. Poynting’s theorem. bosons and fermions. ferro-. barrier tunneling. spread of free particle wave packets. Ampére’s law and applications. statistics of non-interacting 384 . commuting operators. hydrogen atom using coulomb interaction. method of im-ages. principle of tunnel diode etc. photons. wave-particle duality for photons and material particles. operator formulation. examples of alphadecay. polarization and types of polarization. e. identical particles. energy in magnetic field. delta function potentials and examples like electron sharing in covalent bonds. practical examples like metal-vacuum interface. degenerate eigenfunctions. applicability of classical physics on the basis of uncertainty product. displacement current.m. bound charges. cold emission. bilayer and sandwiched. double. electric dis-placement and boundary conditions.uniqueness theorem. uncertainty principle. simple examples of filling up of quantum states by classical particles. delta-function as definite position and plane wave as definite momentum wave function. contact potential between metals. waves. multipoles (introduction). polarization. eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. nuclear fission. spin angular momentum. fusion in the sun. force and torque on dipoles. positionmomentum uncertainty principle. relativistic transformations of E and B fields (simple illustrations only). scanning tunneling microscope. plane waves. stationary states. thin film etc. Schrödinger equation and application to 1-d box problem. magnetic susceptibility. Linear harmonic oscillator. magnetic field H. relation with measurement of dynamical variables. quantum mechanics. force on dielectrics. wavepacket as superposition of delta-functions and of plane waves. diffraction.

entropy.: PHY 103 PHY 224: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional Review of Maxwell’s equations. wave equation. AR. dielectric and super-conducting). criteria for applicability of classical statistics. concepts of entropy and temperature as conjugate pair of variables. paraxial optics. Fermi energy. Michelson interferometer. Fabry-Pérot interferometer. characteristics of He-Ne and diode lasers. optical instruments. heat engines and black body radiation. stationary states. Fermi gas. distribution functions. Gibbs-Duhem relations. Maxwell’s demon. components and phases. modifications at metal-metal contact. modulation transfer function. multiplicity and disorder: entropy measures multiplicity rather than disorder. charge transport & electrical conductivity (without using Boltzmann transport equation). entropy maximum and energy minimum principles. 385 .& multiple beam interference. HR coatings. optics of planar interfaces. chemical reactions (magnetic.: Phy 103 PHY 218: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-0-4-[4] Professional Experiments based on Fresnel’s equations. electronic contribution to specific heat of metals.gas. insulators and semiconductors. optical resonators. p-n junction. etc. fundamental relation and equations of state. details of tunnel diode. internal energy function and the first law of thermodynamics. occupation probability in M-B. thermodynamics of irreversible processes: entropy production. optics of multilayer thin films. elementary kinetic theory of gases: equilibrium properties — pressure and equation of state. energy bands in conductors. illustration with simple examples. ray matrix. B-E. Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction. transport processes – momentum transport and viscosity. polarization. study of optical surfaces. interferometers. extensive and intensive variables. applications of thermodynamics: concept of thermodynamic state. qualitative justifications of laws of thermodynamics (without introducing ensembles). energy transport and thermal conductivity. Gibbs potential. first-order phase transitions and Clausius-Clapeyron equation. meta-stable and unstable equilibrium. diffraction and Fourier optics. concepts of stable. OPTICS LABORATORY Prereq. density of states from particle in a box. fibre optics. F-D statistics. coherence properties of light. conditions of equilibrium. some chosen applications from surfaces and interfaces. spatial filtering. Helmholtz potential. derivation of U = 3/2NkT for classical gas. PHY 210: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional (SE 321) THERMAL PHYSICS Principles of thermodynamics (with applications to simple fluids). thermodynamic potentials: enthalpy. OPTICAL PHYSICS Prereq. concepts associated with critical and multicritical phenomena. two. heat and work. second law of thermodynamics.

spatial filtering. short pulses Ar+. variable stars. environmental concerns. bifurcation. photometry. Pressure and temperature distribution. diode lasers. meas-urement of chaos (Poincaré section. mode-locking. their evolution and origin. Nd:YAg. energy planning. Big Bang model. early Universe and CMBR. strange attractor). entropy). Clouds. Einstein coefficients. Precipitation. Lyapunov index. gain media. optical resonators and their mode structure. stellar spectra and structure. energy demand. Atmospheric dynamics Global circulation. routes to chaos (period doubling. diffraction from circular aperture and concept of resolution. star clusters and binary stars. absorption. energy from mineral oils. current energy exploitation. medical applications. nucleosynthesis and formation of elements. Tropical weather systems. periodicity. active galaxies and quasars. nuclear energy. engineering and biology. PHYSICS OF THE UNIVERSE Astronomical observations and instruments. ESO102 PHY 304: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 310) PHY 305: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 311) Atmospheric constitution. polarized light. holography. INTRODUCTION TO ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Prereq. PRINCIPLES OF LASERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS Gaussian optics. rate equations. wave propagation in anisotropic media. etc. Heat budget. renormalization). examples from physicalsciences. 2 dimensions) in phase space (equilibrium. and image 386 PHY 306: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 312) PHY 307: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 313) . 3 and 4 level lasers CW & pulsed Lasers. Fourier transforms and Fourier optics. atomic levels. quasi-periodicity/inter-mittency. CO2. deterministic chaos. Ozone hole. population inversion.PHY 301: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 308) PHY 303: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 309) ENERGY Indian and global energy resources. energy for sustainable development. Remote sensing applications. Q-switching. global warming and pollution. spontaneous and stimulated emission.. fractal geometry and fractal dimension. nonlinear dynamics of flows (in 1. ORDER AND CHAOS Dynamical systems. wind energy. catastrophe. renewable energy sources. materials processing. MODERN OPTICS Review of Maxwell’s and electromagnetic wave equations. stellar evolution. energy from water. universality. compact stars. optical communication. galaxies. importance of nonlinearity. 2 and 3 dimen-sions) and maps (in 1. metrology. solar energy.: PHY102N.

Carr-Parinello method. chaos. Schrodinger equation for solids: jellium model of metals (homogeneous electron gas)..) and detectors. Hell-mannFeynman theorem. PHYSICS OF BIO-MATERIALS: STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS Physics of bio-molecules. optical fibres. molecular biophysics. (3) Band-gap engineering: quantum wells and superlattices. dynamics of atoms: classical molecular dynamics. interaction of cells. semiclassical dynamics: DC conductivity. Idea of mean field. optical imaging. NMR. fluid mechanics. homogeneous function of two and more variables. calculations for metal surfaces. and optical. ultrafast spectroscopy. mechanics of motion. lasers etc.processing. Bloch oscillations etc. computerized axial tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. superionic conductors etc. blood circulation and Reynold’s number. electrocardio-graphy and haemodynamics. fluorescence. jellium model of metallic clusters. assembling atoms to make clusters. biomechanics: statics and human anatomy. medical use of X-rays. example of helium. physics of sub-cellular structures and processes. 387 PHY 309: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 303) PHY 310: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 304) . IR spec-troscopy. high Tc superconductivity. INTRODUCTORY BIOPHYSICS Exponential growth and decay. physics of multi-cellular phenomena. the Hodgkin-Huxley equations. spectroscopic techniques applied to biology. PHY 308: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 302) MODERN THEORIES OF MATERIAL DESIGN (1) Schrödinger equation: review of basics of quantum-mechanics (2) Introduction to many-electron problem. scaling laws in animal world. properties such as the work function and surface energies (surface tension). fractal nature of mammalian organs. Raman spectroscopy. EPR. energy from metabolism.. nanotechnology . optical materials. super-conductivity: introduction to superconductivity.quantum dots and wires. semiconductors: Introduction. active cell membrane and transport. effective mass and holes. scattering. Mechanistic view of athletic events. blood pressure. Impulses in nerve and muscle cells. bands. optical communication sources (LED. laser-matter interaction.. physics of the cellular structure and processes. Some devices. Bloch’s theorem. Born-Oppenheimer approximation. holography. electro. introduction to polymers. pseudopotentials. Hartree and density functional theory. interaction of photons and charged particles with living matter. Kleiber’s scaling law. heat transfer. movement of cells.and magneto-optic effects. UV-visible absorption spectroscopy. biomagnetism. coherence. microscopy. nuclear medicine. shapes of cells. electromagnetism at the cellular level.. brain: a network of cells. optical wave-guides and integrated optics. exchange. KrönigPenney model. super-molecular self assemblies. some applications.

(iii) phase separation. luminescence. introduction to key ideas in transport and interaction of photons with material. metastability and bi-stability: Kramers’ theory of thermally activated barrier crossing applications in (i) chemical reactions (ii) rock magnetism.. quantum approach. Quantum structures: electronic properties: science and technology realizing low dimensional structures. Langmuir-Blodgett films.loss and gain of probabilities. (c) neuro-science. transport in magnetic field: megneto-transport: transport in magnetic field. (b) Fokker-Planck equationdiffusion and drift.dissipation. scientific and technological significance of nanostructures and mesoscopic structures. resonant tunneling. conductance and transmission of nanostructures. PHY 312: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 307) 388 . absorption. illustration with translational Brownian motion.applications to vehicular traffic. brief introduction to quantum view of bulk solids. nonlinearity and noise.PHY 311: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 305) PHYSICS OF NON-EQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA Introduction: examples of non-equilibrium phenomena(i) glass transition. principles of application of electronic devices. illustration with (i) translational Brownian motion. quantum dots. quantum wires. novel processes. quantum wells. electronic properties of heterostructures. theoretical tools: two alternative theoretical approaches (a) Langevin equation . Lifshitz-Slyozov arguments for phase separation controlled by topological defects: application to liquid crystals. MBE. transport in mesoscopic structures. theory of coarsening of cellular patterns. driven surfaces. (b) solid state devices. master equation . Becker-Doring theory of homogeneous nucleation and its modern extensions . unstable states: Allen-Cahn scenario of interfacial dynamics and domain growth. concept of detailed balance .de Haas effect. (ii) rotational Brownian motion. MOCVD.applications in (a) condensation and (b) crystallization.applications in molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Shubnikov. “enhancing signals with the help of noise” . QUANTUM PROCESSES IN LOW DIMENSIONAL SEMICONDUCTORS L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 307) Characteristic length scales for quantum phenomena.applications to domain growth in quenched magnets. scaling as a heuristic tool.applications of stochastic resonance in (a) nonlinear optics. inelastic neutron scattering. Aharonov-Bohm effect. (d) molecular motors and biological locomotion. hot electrons. application to lasers and photodetectors. introduction to quantum Hall effect. (ii) nucleation. strained layer super-lattices. quantum structures: optical properties: optical process in low dimensional semiconductors. nonequilibrium steady-states in driven system: driven systems of interacting particles . and superlattices.applications to soap froths (e. shaving foams). experimental probes: dynamic scattering.g. excitons. semiclassical description.

magnetic storage. noise in physical cells. sol-id state devices. rotary motors of ATP synthesizer. detection and modulation of light. switches and latches. quantum chaos. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Prereq. nano-size engines for polymerization of macromolecules. cellular automata. Stern-Gerlach experiment. this course has three components: a) one lecture per week: observation. regular & stochastic motion. measurement and coding. the discovery of electron. world of nano-meter and pico-Newton. quantization of charge.PHY 313: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective (SE 320) PHYSICS OF INFORMATION PROCESSING Prereq. computational and theoretical techniques. Rutherford scattering. information in physical systems. low and high temperatures. intra-cellular cargo transporters. nano-size unzippers. cryptography. flagellar motor. production and measurement of high pressure and high vacuum. transmission lines. information and thermodynamics. These may be carried out in research labs and using central facilities. b) laboratory work (twice a week): a current list of experiments is available with the Department. self-organization. experiments that changed classical physics: black body radiation. imaging and manipulating single machines. exporters/importers of macromolecules. new technologies. differences between macroscopic and nano machines. physical limitations of information devices. order of magnitude estimates.Hamiltonian systems. discovering atomic nature through optical spectroscopy. e/m ratios. mechano-chemistry of nano-machines. waveguides and antennas. 389 . inverse problems. molecular sensors.Germer experiment. Power stroke versus Brownian ratchet mechanism. c) small project/open ended experiments: These experiments will be chosen by students after brief library search in consultation with the associated faculty. area-preserving maps. measurements. optics and imag-ing. Davisson. MODERN PHYSICS LABORATORY Modern experimental techniques with a view to demonstrate the basic concepts in physics through experiments.: PHY 102 & 103. NATURAL NANO-MACHINES Examples of nano-machines in living cells. Shannon’s theory of information. basics of electromagnetic fields and waves. stochastic dynamics of nano-machines.: PHY 103 Basic interactions. ion pumps. Millikan’s oil drop experiment. nanopistons and cell crawling. experimental. MTH 203 PHY 314: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-0-4-[4] (SE 322) PHY 315: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-0-0-4-[4] Professional PHY 322 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Effective (SE 306) Maps as dynamical systems: chaos and complexity. quantification and accuracies in physics. generation. packaging machines. error analysis. perturbation theory & KAM. energetics and efficiency of nano-machines. femtoseconds to light years.

scattering small oscillations. STATISTICAL MECHANICS Review of thermodynamics. elementary concepts of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. canonical trans-formations. and issues relevant to research as a profession. Poisson brackets. Christoffel symbols. rigid body dynamics. Lagrangian mechanics. calculus of variations. generalized PHY 401: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional (SE 314) PHY 407: L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-0-[3] Professional PHY 412: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional (SE 316) PHY 421: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional 390 . curvilinear coordinates. the gravitational field equations. computer simulations. matrices and vector spaces. perturbation theory. anisotropies in the CMBR. Maxwell’s equations in covariant form. the curvature and stressenergy tensors. basic cosmology. force equations. Hamilton’s equations. phase space & phase trajectories. Lagrange’s equation. nonlinear dynamics. helium abundance. MATHEMATICAL METHODS I Vector analysis. ideal quantum gases. transformation laws for velocity. Fourier series and Fourier transform. Course will be zero credits. generalized coordinates. frames of reference. basic principles and applications of statistical mechanics. energy. FRW metric. CLASSICAL MECHANICS Review of Newtonian mechanics. kinematics of decays and collisions. Riemannian geometry. Faculty members from different sub-disciplines would deliver lectures. orthogonal expansions. Mach’s principle. forced oscillators. theories of phase transitions. Introduction to General Relativity: principle of equivalence. Schwarzchild solution. collisions. SPECIAL AND GENERAL RELATIVITY Special Relativity: empirical evidence for the constancy of c. Visits to Laboratories of the Department and relevant acilities may be arranged. geodesics and particle trajectories. relativity of simultaneity. mass-energy equivalence. central forces. twin and other paradoxes. cosmological expansion. momentum. S/X grade to be given. Lorentz transformations. cosmic microwave background. experimental tests. interacting systems. function spaces. HamiltonJacobi theory. operators in infinite dimensional spaces.C).PHY 400: L-T-P-D-[C] 2-0-0-0-[3] Professional INTRODUCTION TO THE DEPARTMENT The course will expose the students to research areas being pursued in the Department. anharmonic oscillators. principle of virtual work. repre-sentations of the Lorentz group and SL(2. tensors. constraints. Hilbert spaces.

one-dimensional problems. gates. etc. identical particles. wave mechanics.. applications. relativistic wave equations.: PHY 431 PHY 431: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[5] Professional (SE 318) PHY 432: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional WKB approximation. simple analog computer. EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS II Experiments in General Physics.: PHY 421 Functions of a complex variable. PHY 422: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional MATHEMATICAL METHODS II Prereq. PHY 441: L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-4-[5] Professional PHY 461: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional PHY 462: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional 391 . general treatment of angular mom-entum. variation method. op amp characteristics and applications. Lie groups and Lie algebras. Schrödinger equation. central potentials. PLL. special functions. partial differential equations. Green’s functions. spin. scattering theory. foundational issues in quantum mechanics. digital electronics. semiclassical treatment of radiation.. hydrogen atom. Optics. QUANTUM MECHANICS II Prereq. analog integrated circuits. D/A & A/D converter. differential operations and Sturm-Liouville theory. ordinary differential equations. discrete groups. signal averaging. lock-in amplifier. Dirac delta function. multichannel analyzer etc. elementary ideas about field quantization and particle processes. groups and their representations. counters etc. Nuclear Physics and Condensed Matter Physics (List of current experiments available with the Department in the form of a manual). Pauli exclusion principle.functions. ELECTRONICS Survey of network theorems and network analysis.. bound state perturbation theory. basic differential amplifier circuit. timedependent perturbation theory. QUANTUM MECHANICS I Origins of quantum theory. symmetries in quantum mechanics. transducers. Hilbert space formalism for quantum mechanics. Nuclear Physics and Condensed Matter Physics (List of current experiments available with the Physics Department in the form of a manual). Optics. flip-flops. EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS I Experiments in General Physics. introduction to micro-processors.

matrix eigenvalue problems. van der Waals solids. Hall effect. effective mass. nuclear fission and fusion. roots of equations. nuclear two body problem. L-S coupling. molecular binding. numerical integration. direct etc). Bloch’s theorem. interpolation and extrapolation. 502: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] /0-0-8-0-[4] Professional L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] / Student must carry out review of an advanced topic of current interest and 0-0-8-0-[4] Professional make a presentation to an Evaluation Committee. least squares curve fitting. PHY 524: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional (SE 317) INTRODUCTION TO ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS Atomic Physics:. Detailed study of the material. modern experimental tools of pure and applied nuclear physics.Sc. Review Project III These projects will involve literature survey and collection of material. vibrational etc. II & III PHY 500.). LCMO. modern experimental tools of spectroscopy. alkali system. liquids and liquid crystals. electrons in a periodic potential. crystalline solids. Letter Grades will be awarded. finite difference calculus. nuclear reaction kinematics and classification of nuclear reactions (compound nuclear. Review Projects will include exposure to and conduct of Experiments as required. rotational. Raman effect. holes. buckyballs. verification of results and writing of the review.Sc. heat capacity. nearly-free electron model. elementary concepts of quantum Hall effect. heavy ion reactions. solution of simultaneous linear algebraic equation. brief overview of ion beam applications for materials and solid state studies. MSC REVIEW PROJECT I. FORTRAN/C. Review Project II PHY 502 : M. crystal binding. PHY 500 : M. transport properties. atomic structure of two electron system. molecular spectra (electronic. LCAO.Sc. structure and scattering. 501. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS Free electron model. numerical solution of ordinary differential equations. notion of an electron in a DC electric field. nanostructures. tight-binding model.PHY 473: L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-3-[4] Professional COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN PHYSICS Introduction to computers. nuclear decay. semiclassical dynamics. Nuclear Physics: General properties of nuclei. Review Project I PHY 501 : M. PHY 543: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional (SE 319) 392 . Hartree-Fock method. types of solids. nuclear force and nuclear models.Review of atomic structure of H.

393 . London’s equation. electromagnetic waves. Laplace and Poisson equations. the action principle and electromagnetic energy momentum tensor. Pauli paramagnetism. Einstein and Debye models. four acceleration and higher rank tensors. mean field theory. concept of four-velocity. Minkowski space and four vectors. steady currents. Larmor formula. electron & hole mobilities. gauge invariance and four-potential. flux quantization. CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS II Prereq. bremsstrahlung and synchrotron radiation. Lorentz theory of dispersion. Literature survey and preparation for the project. radiative damping. fibres and plasmas. semiconductors. laws of mass action.: PHY 462 PHY 563: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional PHY 565: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional Experimental project in a research laboratory: 1. partial polarization. gauge transformations and gauge invariance. Maxwell equations in covariant form. time-varying fields. Maxwell’s equations. dispersion theory. applications to wave-guides. and magnetostatics. adiabatic & harmonic approximations. paramag-netism.: PHY 462 Experimental project in a research laboratory: 2. Magnetism: exchange interaction. intrinsic & extrinsic semiconductors. Hund’s rules. Ginzburg-Landau theory. Liénard-Weichert potentials. Lorentz force. complex refractive index. p-n junctions. giant and colossal magnetoresistance. electromagnetic potentials.ionic and covalent solids. EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT I Prereq. ferromagnetism & anti-ferromagnetism. relativistic formulation of electrodynamics. scattering by free charges. wave propagation in conductors and dielectrics. lattice heat capacity. uniqueness theorem. EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT II Prereq. metals. dielectrics. Heisenberg model. spin waves. radiative reaction. method of images. multipole radiation. Development and testing of experimental setup. lattice vibrations. impurity levels. superconductivity: experimental survey.: PHY 552 PHY 553: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional Special relativity. diamagnetism. boundary-value problems. PHY 552: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Professional CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS I Coulomb law and electrostatics. Poynting theorem. radiation from an accelerated charge. BCS theory. vibrations of mono and diatomic lattices. Meissner effect.

MSC RESEARCH PROJECT I & II Student must work on a research topic of current interest in Experimental. : PHY 565 Experimental project in a research laboratory: 3. Computational or Theoretical Physics.Sc. Data acquisition and analysis. : PHY 565 Experimental project in a research laboratory: 4. steps involved. detailing the explicit statement of the problem. steps involved. Preparation of report and interpretation of results. 394 . THEORETICAL PROJECT II Prereq. tensors.0 or above. tools employed. matrices. This must culminate in writing of an M. and results obtained. special functions. or study of another research-oriented topic in Theoretical Physics with an aim to bring the student in contact with a concrete research area of current interest. proposed work plan and results obtained. tools employed. Project Report to be presented to an Evaluation committee. linear vector spaces. relevance and context. Solving a small problem in the area is required. PHY 599N : PHY 601: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-3-0-0-[4] Professional REVIEW OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS I Problem oriented review of mechanics and methods of mathematical physics: vector analysis. If the number of students is less than 5. this may be floated as a Reading Course for students with CPI = 8.: # PHY 590: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective Details of contents will be announced when the course is offered. relevance and context.: # Study of a research-oriented topic in Theoretical Physics with an aim to bring the student in contact with a concrete research area of current interest.: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Elective PHY 570 & # PHY 571: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional Advanced research oriented theoretical study in continuation of project work undertaken in PHY 570. proposed work plan.PHY 566: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional PHY 568: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional PHY 570: L-T-P-D-[C] 0-0-0-8-[4] Professional EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT III Prereq. detailing the explicit statement of the problem. Solving a small problem in this area is required. THEORETICAL PROJECT I Prereq. EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT IV Prereq. SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHYSICS Prereq.

ergodic hypothesis and the basic postulate. simple potential problems. critical phenomena. Langévin equations. diffraction. continuous groups. elementary particle phenomenology. Fokker-Planck equations. system of particles. bands. superfluidity. super conductivity. Maxwell’s equations. symmetry. electromagnetic waves. rigid body motion. SPECIAL TOPICS IN QUANTUM MECHANICS Path integral method of formulating quantum mechanics and its application to 395 . perturbation theory. angular momentum. applications to atoms and molecules. global properties of groups. Faraday’s law. dielectrics. PHY 613: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 614: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective ADVANCED STATISTICAL MECHANICS Equilibrium statistical mechanics. periodic potential. Ampére’s law. REVIEW OF QUANTUM PHYSICS II Problem-oriented survey of statistical mechanics. basic techniques in many-body physics. nuclear scattering. magnetic fields. Gauss’s law. alpha and beta decay. representation theory. PHY 602: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-3-0-0-[4] Professional REVIEW OF QUANTUM PHYSICS I Problem-oriented review of basic quantum mechanics: Schrödinger equation. quantum dynamics. interference. phase transitions. diagrammatic methods. REVIEW OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS II Problem-oriented review of electromagnetism. interaction picture. Lie algebras and their elementary applications. polarization. metals and semiconductors. S-matrix. applications to physical Elective systems: crystal symmetries. Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation. particle mechanics. crystal structure.complex variables. deuteron problem. ADVANCED QUANTUM MECHANICS Prereq. additional topics (at the discretion of the Instructor). potentials. special relativity. PHY 612: INTRODUCTORY GROUP THEORY & ITS APPLICATION TO QUANTUM MECHANICS L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elements of finite groups.: PHY 432 PHY 603: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 604: L-T-P-D-[C] 1-3-0-0-[4] Professional PHY 611: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective Second quantization. many-particle Green’s functions. non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. scattering. optics and thermodynamics: electric fields.

twist. molecular motors as stochastic machines Brownian ratchet. STATISTICAL PHYSICS OF BIOMOLECULES AND CELLS Review of elementary statistical thermodynamics. analytic properties of partial wave amplitudes. PHY 615: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 617: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective NON-EQUILIBRIUM STATISTICAL MECHANICS Linear response theory.elementary quantum systems. stochastic dynamics at low Reynold’s number. dispersion relations. formal scattering theory. nano-pistons and crawling of cells. membranebound machines. mechano-chemistry of sub-cellular machines. DNA/ RNA helicase and polymerase. cyto-skeleton: polymerization of actin and microtubulesforce generation. electron-electron interaction. Langevin and Fokker-Planck equations for Brownian rectifiers. difference between macroscopic and nanomachines: world of nanometer and picoNewton. ribosome G-proteins -switches and latches. power stroke vs. molecular motors: kinesin. nucleotic-based machines. and AFM. molecular sensors: hair cells. plasmons. coil. membrane-bound machines and transport. scattering of particles with spin. critical dynamics.. translocation machines. globule. plasma membranes. energetics and efficiency of isothermal chemical machines far from equilibrium cytoskeleton-associated nanomachines: intra-cellular motor transport. ATP synthase. dynein and myosins. experimental. nanotechnology inspired by Nature’s design principles. H pump and ATP synthase. fluorescence microscopy. Fokker-Planck and Langévin equations. cell shapes andshape transformations. helix. interactions of bio-membranes-unbinding transition. DNA supercoiling. computational and theoretical techniques: imaging and manipulating single-molecules. in-plane structure and out-of-plane fluctuationscrumpling. interaction picture. CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS II Prereq. resonances. polarons.. Lippmann-Schwinger formulation. Ion channels and pumps. second quantization. cell motility: swimming and crawling. stationary states.DNA/ RNA helicase/polymerase. persistence length. PHYSICS OF NATURAL NANOMACHINES Examples of sub-cellular nanomachines of life. nucleation and spinodal decomposition. advanced methods of band structure calculations. 396 .: PHY 543 PHY 619: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 622: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective Fermi liquid. molecular pumps. electron-phonon interactions. flagellar motor of bacteria. optical tweezers. Boltzmann equation. Brownian ratchet mechanisms for directed movements. flagellar motor. folding. Cooperative phenomena. proteins. entropic elasticity-stretch. bend. master equation. magnetism and paramagnetism. life at low Reynold’s number.

in clusters and molecules by MS-X. MAGNETISM IN MATERIALS Prereq. COMPUTER SIMULATIONS IN PHYSICS FORTRAN/C programming. molecular fields and exchange interaction. solution of Schrödinger equation. C language. quantum Monte Carlo simulation. The tight-binding method. errors. local density approximation. Bloch’s theorem.superconductivity: experimental background. molecular dynamics simulation. tight-binding molecular dynamics. dia and paramagnetism. Sc. app-lications of electronic structure methods to materials design. BCS and GinzburgLandau theories.Y. applications to clusters and solids. ferro. structured programming. Hartree & Hartree-Fock approximation. differentiation. (M. solution of differential equations. COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCES FORTRAN language. Fermi surface. oscillatory motion. PHY 621: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF MATERIALS Prereq. SCF method and by extended Hückel method. numerical analysis. coherent potential approximation. simulation of Ar.localized and itinerant electrons. Car-Parrinello simulation. experimental techniques. indirect interactions. simulations of planetary motion. LMTO method. energy bands. Monte Carlo simulation. direct interaction . electron in disordered solids. KKR method. classical and tight binding molecular dynamics. density functional theory. density functional theory. cooper pairs. beyond LDA. APW method. computer graphics. electrons in periodic solids. applications to different types of solids. genetic algorithms. Students only): PHY 543 One electron model. simulation of Ising model. Applications of KKR-CPA. mean-field theories.K. OPW method.and antiferromagnetism. R. complex orders. pseudo-potential method.: PHY 204 /432/ 602 PHY 624: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective Magnetism in atoms and ions. integration. KKR-CPA. chaotic motion. theory. PHY 625: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-2-[5] Elective PHY 627: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-2-[5] Elective 397 . band model of ferromagnetism. crystal field. computational methods for the solution of Schrödinger equation for electrons in atoms by Hartree-FockSlater approximation. the fullpotential methods.K. Car-Parinello methods and its applications to clusters and amorphous semiconductors. Born-Oppenheimer approx-imation. nearly-free electron model.

positron annihilation.PHY 628: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective TOPICS IN SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS Tight-binding band structure. thermometry. (c) Magnetic disorder. quantized Hall effect. frontiers in current research. nucleation theories and growth processes. quantum structures and bandgap engineering. physics and applications of thin films in selected areas. DISORDERED SYSTEMS Recent advances in the experiments and theory of disordered solids will be discussed with special reference to the following : (a) Structural and compositional classification of amorphous semiconductors and metals (b) Electronic structure of disordered solids. superconductivity. superfluidity and associated phenomena. PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY OF THIN FILMS Introduction to thin films. size effects. shallow impurities. epitaxial growth. PVD and CVD processes. density functional theory. Rutherford back-scattering. optical properties and applications. optical properties of thin films. ESCA etc. transport phenomena. PHY 634: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 638: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective 398 . many-body theory of impurities. NUCLEAR TECHNIQUES IN SOLID STATE STUDIES Different solid state physics/materials science aspects which can be studied using nuclear techniques. microstructure. cryostat design and experimental techniques applied to low temperature. applications of superconductivity. Mössbauer spectroscopy. amorphous magnets and spin glasses. elastic recoil detection analysis. deep impurities. metastability. specific heat. LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS Production of low temperatures. electronic transport. channeling. PHY 629: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 630: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 631: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHYSICS OF SEMICONDUCTOR NANOSTRUCTURES Review of condensed matter and semiconductor physics. thermal. transport in quantum structures with applications. quantum mechanical effects in magneto-transport. fabrication of quantum nanostructures. electrical and magnetic properties.

airbags and automobile collisions. Achilles tendon etc. atomic halogen lasers. Shubnikov. resonant tunneling. microscopy. viscosity and turbulence. medical uses of X-rays. scaling laws in the animal world. Raman spectroscopy. strained layer super-lattices. forces. jumping. Haas effect. introduction to key ideas in transport and interaction of photons with material. novel processes. fractal nature of mammalian organs. MOCVD. quantum wires. Quantum structures: electronic properties: science and technology realizing low dimensional structures. and superlattices. transport in mesoscopic structures. laser interactions in atoms and molecules. tunable dye lasers. fracture and impulsive. masers and maser beam spectra. Langmuir-Blodgett films. hip. Aharonov-Bohm effect. scattering. Bio-statics: modeling static aspects of anatomy. haemodynamics. biodynamics: mechanics of motion. MBE. basal metabolic rate. principles of application of electronic devices. PHY 642: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 643: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective 399 . conductance and transmission of nanostructures. life at low Reynolds number. Arteriosclerosis and coronary bypass. NMR. semiclassical description. application to lasers and photodetectors. nitrogen lasers. scientific and technological significance of nanostructures and mesoscopic structures. He-Ne laser and other inert gas laser. optical imaging. elements of group theory. luminescence. ultrafast spectroscopy. transport in magnetic field: megneto-transport: transport in magnetic field. EPR. dynamic phenomenon such as walking. CONDENSED MATTER PHENOMENA IN LOW-DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS Characteristic length scales for quantum phenomena. molecular lasers. Modern physics: interaction of photons and charged particles with living matter. the heart as a pump. quantum dots. spectroscopic techniques applied to biology. quantum wells. brief introduction to quantum view of bulk solids. spinal column. hot electrons. jaw. Lamb shift spectroscopy. computerized axial tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. ballistocardiography. IR spectroscopy. optical and thermal laser-tissue interactions. scaling as a heuristic tool. nuclear medicine. blood pressure. the human circulatory system. UV-visible absorption spectroscopy. LASERS AND LASER SPECTRA Principles of laser action in atoms and molecules. swimming etc. electro-cardio-graph. quantum approach. excitons. quantum structures: optical properties: optical process in low dimensional semiconductors. fluorescence. electronic properties of heterostructures.PHY 641: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective ELEMENTS OF BIO-AND MEDICAL PHYSICS Exponential growth and decay. thermobiology. forearm. introduction to quantum Hall effect.

liquid drop model. holographic interferometry and its applications. gas laser theory. nuclear supermultiplets. optical processing. nuclear models: Single particle model and Hartree Fock theory. post-Newtonian approximations. GENERAL RELATIVITY AND COSMOLOGY Mach’s principle. gates. coherence theory. astronomical correlation interferometry. analog integrated circuits.: PHY 524 or equivalent Semi-classical theory of lasers.. scaling violation. Bjørken scaling. COHERENT OPTICS Fourier transforms. optical resonators. unified models. single and multi-mode operation. coherence in lasers. quark model and hadron spectroscopy. QUARKS. form factors.. spherically symmetric solutions of Einstein equations. quantum electrodynamics. ELECTRONICS L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-4-[5] Elective Survey of network theorems and network analysis. effective models for hadrons. Feynman rules for QED. flip-flops. multichannel analyzer etc.. PLL. two-body problems. diffraction theory. op amp characteristics and applications. rotational and vibrational models. Schwarzschild metric and singularities of space time. deep inelastic scattering. NUCLEONS AND NUCLEI Symmetries of strong interactions. quantum chromodynamics. simple analog computer. lock-in amplifier. introduction to microprocessors. Altarelli-Parisi equation. phase conjugation. quark-parton model. non-linear optical phenomena. digital electronics. Riemannian-geometry. meson theory. etc. two-dimensional systems theory. energy-momentum tensor and Einstein’s equations. ring and Zeeman lasers. D/A & A/D converter. Feynman rules for QCD. holography. Feynman diagrams in multiphoton problems. signal averaging. nonlinear optics. counters etc. NUCLEAR PHYSICS Nuclear forces. Introduction to cosmology. transducers.PHY 644: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Prereq. PHY 646: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Professional PHY 647: L-T-P-D-[C] 2-1-0-4-[4] Professional PHY 651: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 654: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective PHY 660: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective 400 . experimental methods of nuclear physics. basic differential amplifier circuit.

and decay. change of climate. parity violation. SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHYSICS The course will deal with specialized topics of current interest in solid state. local U(1) gauge theory and Maxwell equations. or structure of matter. spontaneous breakdown of symmetries and Goldstone theorem. Higgs phenomenon. Dalitz plot. monsoon. pressure & temperature distribution. pollution. If the number of students is less than 5. relativistic kinematics. unified models of fundamental interactions. crossing symmetry. mass problem. Abelian and non-Abelian cases.PHY 670: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Atmospheric constitution. Mandelstam variables. quantization of fields. Higgs mechanism. statistics of baryons & concept of colour. gauge boson self-interactions. cyclones prediction. After that the cycle repeats from PHY 690A onwards. until PHY 690Z is reached. theoretical physics. magnetic moment of the neutron. heat budget. quark model. Every new course. cloud physics. construction of SU(2)xU(1) gauge theory.: PHY 432 or # Lorentz and Poincaré groups. prediction of ?-. symmetry transformations and Nöther’s theorem. gauge theory. isospin. evidence for 4 fundamental interactions. Lorentz-invariant phase space. calculation of 2 and 3-body phase space. Fermi theory. Yang-Mills theories. PHY 690: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective 401 . molecular physics. product representations and Young tableaux. construction of the Glashow-Salam-Weinberg model (outline only). PHY 690B. SU(2) and SU(3) gauge theories. discovery of weak interactions. strangeness & flavour SU(3). wind types. global circulation. spontaneous breaking of gauge symmetry. this may be floated as a Reading Course with the permission of DPGC. relativistic wave equations. leptons and hadrons. equations of motion in earth frame. Ginzburg-Landau theory. PHY 681: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Elective QUANTUM FIELD THEORY Prereq. PARTICLE PHYSICS Prereq. Goldstone theorem. radiation. offered is numbered PHY 690A. construction of hadronic wave functions. historical introduction to particle zoo.: PHY 681 or # PHY 680: Natural units. the Gell-Mann eightfold way. Yang-Mills fields. Detailed contents will be given by the instructor when the course is announced. and so on. other than Reading Courses. divergences and renorm-alization. Lagrangian formalism for fields. flavour SU(2). IVB hypothesis.

: PHY 441/647 or equivalent Boolean algebra. cryostat design and vacuum techniques. KKR method and KKRCPA. support chips. density functional techniques. Fermi surfaces.PHY 692: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-3-[5] Effective MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES Prereq. magnetism. signal processing. transducers: temperature.D. coherent potential approximation (CPA). microcomputer and its software. I/O operations. etc. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS FOR SCIENTISTS Prereq. and by M. ADVANCED LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS Prereq. augmented space formation. transport phenomena. registers and counters.D. charge particles. students from Semester I itself. paramagnetic and nuclear adiabatic demagnetization.(Dual Degree) students from Semester V onwards. electronic noise.: (M. beyond KKR-CPA. photons. HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS II Current topics in Particle Physics and quantum field theory. beyond the CPA. data acquisition and control systems. PHY 694: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-3-[5] Effective PHY 696: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Effective PHY 751: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Effective PHY 781: L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Effective PHY 799: RESEARCH To be registered by Ph. 402 . data analysis evaluation. the Intel 8085. microprocessor instructions. memories. survey of analog and digital I/C’s. materials. the analog interface.: PHY 543 or equivalent Thermodynamics and liquefaction of gases. techniques of measurement. MEAN FIELD THEORIES IN RANDOM ALLOYS Prereq.Sc. averaged T-matrix approximation (ATA). vacuum techniques. half-adders and full adders.: PHY 441/647 or equivalent Typical experiments in various areas is physics. superconductivity. superfluidity. optical properties of solids.Sc-Ph. virtual crystal approximation (VCA). Students only): PHY 543 Tight-binding approximation and Green function techniques. pressure.

Spread of free particle wave packets. Derivation of U = 3NkT/2 for classical gas. Time energy uncertainty. Distribution functions.SCIENCE SE 301 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] QUANTUM PHYSICS ELECTIVES Origin of quantum theory and related experiments. Wave-Particle duality for photons and material particles. B-E. Criteria for applicability of classical statistics. Molecular vibrations and spectroscopy. degenerate eigenfunctions. Electronic contribution to specific heat of metals. Double well potentials and examples like Ammonia inversion. Delta function potentials and examples like electron sharing in covalent bonds. Applicability of classical physics on the basis of uncertainty product. Occupation probability in M-B. hydrogen atom using Coulomb interaction. Bound states in deep potential well and finite potential well.. nuclear fission. structure of Ha line due to l-s interaction (derivation not needed). Schrodinger equation for time evolution. Square well potentials. Fermi energy.. Relation with measurement of dynamical variables. details of tunnel diode. Density of states from particle in a box stationary states. Simple examples of filling up of quantum states by classical particles. Probability currents and their relation with the flux in beams of particles. Examples of a-decay. Position-momentum Uncertainty Principle. principle of tunnel diode etc. Practical examples like metal-vacuum interface. Schrodinger equation for solids: Jellium model of metals (Homogeneous-electron gas). Angular momentum operators. d-function as definite position and plane wave as definite momentum wave function. Scanning tunneling microscope. Natural line width of spectral lines. Bosons and Fermions. Idea of mean field. Example of helium. Fermi gas. Cold emission. outline of getting stationary states. Pauli Exclusion Principle. Wave function and its born interpretation. Identical particles. indistinguishibility in quantum mechanics. properties such as the work function and surface energies 32 SE 302 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Gaussian wave packets. Bosons and Fermions. modifications at metal-metal contact. Introduction to Many-electron problem. Contact potential between metals. Stationary states. Hartree and Density functional theory. Spin angular momentum. p-n junction. calculations for metal surfaces. Statistics of noninteracting gas. Bilayer and sandwiched thin film etc. exchange. fusion in the Sun. Barrier Tunneling. simultaneous eigenfunctions. Operator formulation. F-D statistics. Energy bands in conductors. commuting operators. Kronig Penny model of 1-D crystals and formation of energy bands. Wavepacket as superposition of d-functions and of plane waves. insulators and semi conductors. eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. Linear harmonic oscillator. MODERN THEORIES OF MATERIAL DESIGN Course Outline: Schrodinger Equation: Review of basics of quantum-mechanics (2).

Pseudopotentials. Superconductivity: Introduction to superconductivity . Fluorescence. Hellman-Feynman theorem. Assembling atoms to make clusters. Some devices (3). Computing with DNA? Adleman’s idea. Physics of the cellular structure and processes: Structure of the cell and cell organelles: cytoskeleton. Cellular traffic-filamentary “highway” and molecular motors. Bom-Oppenheimer approximation. Bloch Oscillations etc. Some applications. Drug delivery into the cell. superionic conductors etc. Computerised Axial Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Statics and Human Anatomy. Nanotechnology -Quantum dots and wires. Out-of-plane undulations. KronigPenny model. ion channels and pumps. High Tc superconductivity. Spectroscopic techniques applied to Biology. Raman Spectroscopy. Impusles in nerve and muscle cells. microtubules. SE 303 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTORY BIOPHYSICS Exponential growth and decay. Carr-Perrinello method. Mechanics of motion. Fluid mechanics. Semiclassical dynamics: DC conductivity. NMR. Physics of sub-cellular structures and processes. Scaling laws in animal world. fluctuations and supercoiling of DNA. coil. Fractal nature of mammalian organs Biomechanics. Bloch’s theorem. EPR. Interaction of photons and charged particles with living matter. Calculation of efficiency of isothermal engines. The cell membrane: Composition and in-plane structure. optical materials. helix and globule. Optical Imaging. lipidprotein interactions.. Chaos. Semiconductors: Introduction. Dynamics of atoms: Classical Molecular Dynamics (2). secondary and tertiary structures. Proteins: Fibrous and globular proteins. Edge energy. defects in membranes and their classification.passive and active transport. UV-Visible Absorption Spectroscopy. Cell-substrate 33 SE 304 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Homogeneous function of two and more variables. Blood circulation and Reynold’s number. Effective mass and holes. Kleiber’s scaling Law Electomagnetism at the cellular level. Medical use of X-rays. Interplay of in-plane order and our-of-plane undulations. DNA and RNA: Conformation. PHYSICS OF BIO-MATERIALS: STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS Physics of biomolecules : Primary. entropic elasticity. Budding.(surface tension). Membrane electrostatics. Nuclear medicine. Ultra fast Spectroscopy. lipid incompatibility and segregation. Energy from Metabolism. energy landscape and protein folding. The Hodgkin-Huxley equations. Introduction to Polymers. Microscopy. Heat Transfer. Biomagnetism. mean and Gaussian curvature. Band-gap engineering: Quantum wells and superlattices. electro-cardiography and Hemodynamics. transport by vesicles-endocytosis and exocytosis. Lipids: Hydrophobicity and supra-molecular selfassemblies. bending energy and crumpling of the moduli of bending elasticity.effects of elasticity. Blood Pressure. bending and twisting. Can we “hear” the shape of a membrane? Transport across cell membrane. cilia and flagella. Scattering. Shapes of cells. Jellium model of metallic clusters. Bands. IR Spectroscopy. Mechanistic view of Athletic events.

applications in molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Cellular Automata.interactions.application to liquid crystals. (ii) Nucleation.applications to vehicular traffic. (b) Fokker-Planck equation-diffusion and drift. Hamiltonian Systems Regular and Stochastic Motion. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Maps as dynamical systems modeling chaos and complexity. (d) molecular motors and biological locomotion. contacts and adhesion. Theory of phase separation controlled by topological defects. Driven surfaces. Physics of multi-cellular phenomena : Brain: a network of cells. Scientific and Technological significance of nanostructures and meso-scopic structures. nonlinearity and noise. shaving foams). Master equation-loss and gain of probabilities. MOCVD.a “dream machine”? . Movement of cells-swimming and crawling. Theory of coarsening of Cellular Patterns. Illustration with translational Brownian motion. (b) solid state devices.applications to soap froths (e. Quantum Structures: Electronic Properties: Science and technology realizing low dimensional structures. Scaling as a heuristic tool. Perturbation theory and KAM. Self organization. META-STABILITY AND BI-STABILITY: Kramers’ theory of thermally activated barrier crossing-applications in (i) chemical reactions (ii) rock magnetism. “Enhancing signals with the help of noise” . (c) neuroscience. Neural computers. Lifshitz-Slyozov arguments for phase separation and its generalizations-applications to (a) alloys.. content. concept of detailed balance . 34 SE 306 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 307 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Becker-Doring Theory of homogeneous nucleation and its modern extensions-applications in (a) condensation and (b) crystallization. (ii) rotational Brownian motion. QUANTUM PROCESSES IN LOW DIMENSIONAL SEMICONDUCTORS Course Outline: Characteristic length scales for quantum phenomena. Brief introduction to quantum view of bulk solids.g. MBE. SE 305 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] PHYSICS OF NON-EQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA INTRODUCTION: Examples of non-equilibrium phenomena(i) Glass transition. Experimental probes: Dynamic scattering.applications of stochastic resonance in (a) nonlinear optics.entropic repulsions and adhesion.addressable memory. Introduction to key ideas in transport and interaction of photons with material. inelastic neutron scattering. (b) fluid mixtures. (c) polymer mixtures. Interaction of cells. Area preserving maps.Adaptive learning. Quantum Chaos. Langmuir-Bloddgett films. THEORETICAL TOOLS: Two alternative theoretical approaches (a ) Langevin equation-dissipation. NON-EQUILIBRIUM STEADY-STATES IN DRIVEN SYSTEM: Driven systems of interacting particles . Illustration with (i) translational Brownian motion. (iii) Phase separation. novel processes. UNSTABLE STATES: Allen-Cahn scenario of interfacial dynamics and domain growth-applications to domain growth in quenched magnets.

INTRODUCTION TO ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Atmospheric constitution. Conductance and Transmission of Nano-structures. Population Inversion. Metrology.. Heat budget. Medical Applications. wind energy. Hot Electrons. Nd:YAG. Einstein coefficients. CW & Pulsed Lasers. Stellar evolution. PRINCIPLES OF LASERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS Gaussian Optics. diode lasers. energy from mineral oils. Subnikov. energy from water. Global circulation. Nonlinear dynamics of one dimensional flows. Ozone hole. linear stability analysis. Tropical weather systems. Strained Layer Super-lattices. Active galaxies and quasars. mode-locking. renewable energy sources. Spontaneous and Stimulated emission. ORDER AND CHAOS Dynamical Systems. Big bang model of the universe. Atmospheric dynamics. Materials Processing. nucleosynthesis and formation of elements. Haas effect. Semiclassical description. SE 308 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] ENERGY Indian and global energy resources. Compact stars (white dwarfs. Quantum dots. Quantum Approach. Star clusters and Binary stars. early history of the universe. Rate Equations. nuclear energy. energy demand. Quantum wires.Electronic properties of Heterostructures. Optical Resonators and their Mode Structure. Transport in Mesoscopic Structures. Atomic levels. black holes. Clouds. Short pulses. Ar+. Photometry. Optical Communication. Transport in Magnetic Field: Megneto-transport: Transport in Magnetic Field. global warming and pollution. Stellar spectra and structure. Excitons. Resonant Tunneling. Quantum wells. Pressure and temperature distribution. Luminescence. environmental concerns. their evolution and origin. Holography. 3 and 4 level lasers. Gain media. energy planning. CO2. Application to lasers and photodetectors. solar energy. PHYSICS OF UNIVERSE Astronomical observations and instruments. Fixed point. current energy exploitation. energy for sustainable development. etc. and superlattices. Neutron stars. Principles of application of electronic devices. Quantum Structures: Optical Properties: Optical process in low dimensional semiconductors. Precipitation. Variable stars. Q-Switching. Galaxies. Absorption. cosmic microwave background radiation. Abaranov-Bohm effect. Nonlinear dynamics of two dimensional 35 SE 309 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 310 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 311 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 312 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Remote sensing applications. Absorption. Introduction to Quantum Hall effect.

Electro. Periodicity. relativity of simultaneity. Christoffel symbols. Collisions. the gravitational field equations. Wave propagation in anisotropic media. Forced oscillators. HamiltonJacobi theory. CLASSICAL MECHANICS Review of the Newtonian mechanics. anisotropies in the CMB. SPECIAL & GENERAL RELATIVITY Special Relativity. Strange attractors. Mach’s principle. Optical sources (LED. Kinematics of decays and collisions. Mass-energy equivalence. Poincare section . Small oscillations. Representations of the Lorenz Group and SL(2. Basic Principles and Applications of Statistical Mechanics 3. force Equations. Non-linear Dynamics. stability. Principle of equivalence. constraints. bifurcations. Maxwell’s equations in covariant form. equilibrium.Period doubling. and optical communication. entropy. Geodesics and particle trajectories. Lagrangian Mechanics. stability. Limit cycle. Examples from Sciences and Engineering. Diffraction from circular aperture and concept of resolution. Central forces. Frames of references. Renormalization. Non-linear dynamics of 1-D and 2D maps. the curvature and stress-Energy tensors. Experimental tests. Polarized light. Measurement of chaos. Lorentz transformations. STATISTICAL MECHANICS Review of Thermodynamics 2. Ideal Quantum Gases 4.Lyapunov exponent. Lagrange’s equation. Spatial filtering. Cosmic Microwave background. Rigid body dynamics. disturbed periodicity. Optical Waveguides and integrated optics. Fourier transforms and Fourier optics. Theories of Phase 36 SE 314 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 315 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 316 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Hamilton’s Equations.C). Universality. and Image Processing. Scattering. quasiperiodicity and intermittency. Poisson brackets. momentum. Principle of virtual work. Perturbation theory. Basic cosmology.optic effects. Transformation laws for velocity. Holography.flows. SE 313 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MODERN OPTICS Review of Maxwell’s and electromagnetic wave equations. Coherence. Introduction to General Relativity. Empirical evidence for the constancy of c. Routes to chaos. Helium abundance. energy. Riemannian geometry. Laser-matter interaction. Anharmonic oscillators. phase space & phase trajectories. canonical transformations. Generalized coordinates. fixed point. Interacting Systems5. Schwarzchild solution. Cosmological expansion.) and detectors. fractal geometry and fractal dimension.and magneto. Optical fibres. Lasers etc. Calculus of variations. Phase space. FRW-metric. twin and other paradoxes.

p-n junctions. Types of solids. Transmission lines. Magnetism. Crystal binding. General treatment of angular momentum. Elementary Concepts of Non-equilibrium Stat. Central field approximation. Pauli paramagnetism. Information in physical systems: Shannon’s Theory of information. Vibrations of mono and diatomic lattices. Metals. Solid state devices. Motion of an electron in a dc electric field. Laws of mass action. vander-waals solids. Pauli exclusion principle CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS Free electron model. Basics of Electromagnetic fields and waves. Inverse problems. 3-0-0-0-4 Prereq. Molecular binding. Diamagnetism. Central potentials. PHY 103 SE 318 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 319 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 320 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] Basic Interactions: Order of magnitude estimates. LCMO and VB methods. Adiabatic & harmonic approximations. Spin waves. ferro. Molecular spectra. Flux quantization. Hilbert space formalism for quantum mechanics. Information and Thermodynamics. Electron & hole mobilities. Bloch’s theorem. New technologies. Heat capacity. Onedimensional problems. Schroedinger equation. Crystalline solids.Magnetism & antiferromagnetism. Lattice vibrations. PHYSICS OF INFORMATION PROCESSING. Thomas-Fermi approximation. Intrinsic & extrinsic semiconductors. Elementary concepts of quantum Hall effect. Mechanics SE 317 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS Quantum mechanics of one and two electron atoms. Experimental Survey. spin. Physical limitations of information devices. Detection and Modulation of light. Computer Simulations 7. Nanostructures. Mean field theory.Ionic covalent solids. Giant and colossal magneto resistance. Cryptography. LCAO. Lattice Heat Capacity. Hund’s rules. Heisenberg model. paramagnetism. Meissner effect. Ginzberg Landau theory. QUANTUM MECHANICS-I Origins of Quantum Theory . London’s equation. Bucky balls. holes. Optics and Imaging. Generation. Effective mass. Hydrogen atom. wavemechanics. Superconductivity. Identical particles.Transitions 6. Hydrogen molecules. Symmetries in quantum mechanics. Raman effect. Noise in physical systems. Waveguides and Antennas. 37 . Transport properties. Electrons in a periodic potential. Measurement and Coding. Impurity levels. Tight-binding model. Many electron atoms. Einstein and Debye models. Nearly free electron Model. semiclassical dynamics. liquids and liquid crystals. Structure and Scattering. Hall Effect. Magnetic storage. Exchange interaction. BCS theory. Semiconductors. Lasers.

acetone. dehydrogenation. Raoult’s law. formaldehyde.Oxidation products of ethylene: Ethylene oxide. perfect gas equation of state. hexamethy-lenediamine. INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Various aspects of the energy and raw material supply: Coal. acetic anhydride. SE 332 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Nomenclature of organic molecules. amyl alcohols. halogen derivatives of methane. isolation. adiponitrile. nuclear. cracking of hydrocarbons. allylchloride. flow techniques. Debye-Huckel limiting law. applications of acetylene. Henry’s law and colligative properties. Cp and Cv. industrial operations. natural gas. butanes. H. vinylacetate. intermolecular interactions. electrochemical cells. methanol. vinylidene chloride. unbranched higher olefins and their use in metathesis reactions. utilization of oxo products. ethylene glycol. Fast reactions. Synthesis using carbon monoxide: Hydroformylation. 1. applications of butadiene. 38 SE 333 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . diffusion and effusion. Chemical Kinetics: Phenomenological kinetics. vinyl ethers. oil. 2nd and 3rd order laws. butanols. ethylene. The Maxwell distribution of speeds. Chemical equilibrium. T. hydrodealkylation. 3-Butadiene. neopentyl glycol Vinyl-halogen and oxygen compounds: Vinyl chloride. carbonylation of olefins.. photochemistry. industrial manufacture from cracking.1st. manufacture through calcium carbide. entropy and free energy changes. real gases. w. thermal process. Aromatics: Source of feedstocks. acrylonitrile. polyhydric alcohols. substitution and elimination reactions. Basic products of industrial synthesis: synthesis gas. Collision theory and fundamentals of activated complex theory. the van der Waals and the Virial equation of states. aldol synthesis. structure and bonding. critical temperature. Electrochemisty. Acetylene: Significance and manufacturing process for acetylene. ethylene glycol ethers. various relations between q. 3-Diolefins: 1. Chain reactions and explosions. flash photolysis. Methods of determining order of chemical reactions. stereochemistry. acetaldeyde. higher olefins. Propene conversion products: Propylene oxide. acrolein. Alcohols: Ethanol. coking of hard coal. naphthalene. acetic acid.SE 331 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BASIC PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY States of matter and properties of gases: Description of states of matter. Olefins: Historical perspective. U. Polyamides: Adipic acid. propanol. Second law. lactams. photochemical reactions and catalysis. special separation techniques. Thermodynamics: First law and its implications. process operation. condensed aromatics. molecular rearrangements. anthracene. chlorofluorohydrocarbons. Chemical potential phase equilibrium. reactive intermediates. and biomass as energy sources.

Krebs cycle. gel electrophoresis. competitive. genetic code. Biophysical techniques to purify and study proteins. aniline. Oxidation products of xylene and naphthalene: Phthalic anhydride. Selection rules from symmetry considerations. electron transport. nitrobenzene. non-competitive and irreversible inhibition of enzymes. Symmetry and molecular structure calculations: Introduction to quantum mechanics. classification of molecules into point groups. translation. The symmetry of normal vibrations. betaturns). maleic anhydride. The electronic spectra of some diatomic and polyatomic molecules. Molecular orbitals of conjugated molecules (Huckel MOs) and of transition metal complexes. Symmetry and spectroscopy: Transition between stationary states. symmetry operations on molecules. Molecular point groups. gel filtration. salting out and precipitation by organic solvents.DNA structures. Infrared and Raman spectra. cyclohexane. ultracentrifugation. secondary (alpha. reversed phase. un-competitive. Protein Engineering. affinity chromatography. Effect of pH. Enzymes and their kinetics: Michaelis-Menten kinetics. cofactors. Method of replication. vibronic analysis. Microwave. Beta-helices. Primary (single letter amino acid codes). B and Z. pKa of aminoacids. temperature on enzymes activity. Symmetry of wave functions of atoms and molecules. genes. selection rules of electronic transition. Ramachandran plot. mutagenesis (random and site directed). Prokaryotic Transcription.Benzene derivatives: Styrene. symmetry operations and symbols. D and L amino acid nomenclature . tertiary (motifs and domains: some Important motifs like Rossman fold. matrix representation of symmetry operations. terephthalic acid. Metabolism: Photosynthesis. diisocyanates. Symmetry and group theory: Definition of groups. illustrative examples. multiple symmetry operations. Reaction order. super-secondary structural motifs. Glycolysis. Use of spectroscopic tools in studying bimolecules. characters and character tables. pH. Nucleic acids: A. phenol. Proteins: protein sequencing by chemical and mass & NMR spectroscopic methods. beta barrel) and quaternary structure (Hemoglobin and Myoglobin). symmetry adapted linear combinations. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR). reducible and irreducible representations. Dialysis. SYMMETRY IN CHEMISTRY. cumene. sequencing of nucleic acids (chemical. gamma 1 turns. esters of phthalic acid and derivatives. helix turn helix. parallel and antiparallel beta-sheets. circular Dichroism of proteins. Some important special effects such as the SE 335 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 39 . 4 helix bundles. 3-0-0-0-4 Introduction to symmetry: Symmetry elements. molecular orbitals of diatomic and polyatomic molecules. over expression of recombinant proteins. SE 334 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] BIOSYSTEMS Buffers (their use in study of biomolecules). Calvin’s cycle. Ion exchange. 310-. dideoxy and fluorescence). genomes.

angle bending and torsion. potential energy surfaces. Homogenous and inhomogeneous broadening of spectral lines. gain and condition of laser oscillation. molecular graphics. energy and momentum of photons. initial state selection and final state analysis with and without laser. deriving and using three dimensional pharmacophores. transverse electromagnetic wave. MOLECULES AND CHEMICAL DYNAMICS Classical theory of light. averages and basic ideas of simulations. concept of potential energy surfaces and reaction dynamics. Fermi resonance etc. Molecular basis of elementary chemical reactions. Applications to various molecular and macromolecular systems. Quantum mechanical models: Polyelectron atoms and molecules. Maxwell’s equations in dielectric medium. absorption and dispersion of light.exclusion rule for centrosymmetric molecules. elementary quantum mechanical studies of atoms and molecules. spontaneous and stimulated emission coefficients. Generation of short pulses: Q-switching and mode locking. molecular docking. the concept of interatomic and intermolecular interactions. units of length and energy and basic mathematical concepts. MOLECULAR MODELING Basic concepts in molecular modeling. Absorption and emission of light: Cavity radiation. bond stretching. coordinate systems. Tunable dye lasers and 40 SE 337 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Calculation of free energy through molecular modeling and simulations. Temporal and spatial coherence. Fundamentals of Lasers: Population inversion. light as collection of photons. General features of molecular mechanics force fields. quantitative structure-activity relationships etc. The Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics methods. Force field models of water and other simple molecular systems. modeling of calculated interaction energies by model potentials for simple atoms. SE 338 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] LASERS AND CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY Fundamental Properties of light: Maxwell’s equations in vacuum. Specific Laser Systems: He-Ne laser. Laser cavities and cavity modes. flow of electromagnetic energy.. The use of molecular modeling to discover and design new molecules: Molecular modeling in drug discovery. SE 336 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHOTONS. effective pair potentials. ions and molecules. relation between the microscopic and macroscopic observables. Empirical force field models: Molecular Mechanics. Computer simulation methods: Concept of microstates of macroscopic systems. interaction of photons with atoms and molecules. Conservation of orbital symmetry and chemical reactions: Some illustrative examples such as Woodward-Hoffmann rule of electrocyclic reactions. Ar+-ion laser and Nd:YAG laser. Planck’s law. electrostatic interactions.

Symmetric. Probing the dynamics of chemical processes in liquid and molecular beam. Secondary decomposition theorem. Balanced incomplete block design. J-spectroscopy. Spectroscopy of single molecules. Jordan canonical forms and some applications. polarization transfer experiments. quadrature detection. CW and FT methods. Laser in chemistry: Laser-induced fluorescence and multi-photon ionization process of molecules. SE 351 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] LINEAR ALGEBRA Fields and linear equations. etc. relations. chemical shift. SE 352 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] 41 . Bilinear forms. window functions. Structure determination of biological molecules using NMR spectroscopy.Optical Parametric Oscillators. Generating functions. BIOLOGY & MEDICINE Introduction to magnetic resonance. phase correction. primary decomposition etc. Determinants. Inner product spaces. Elementary canonical forms: diagonalization. Selfadjoint. dynamic range problem. coupling constants. Orthogonal projections. NMR imaging. energy and electron transfer processes in natural photo-biological process. Non-linear optical process in molecules and material medium. NOE and difference spectroscopy. triangulation. Unitary and normal operators. Skew-symmetric. Introduction to pulse NMR. NOESY and multiple quantum experiments. SE 339 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN CHEMISTRY. Principle of inclusion and exclusion. Orthogonal Latin squares. System of distinct representatives. Two dimensional experiments. homo and hetero nuclear COSY. Optical trapping and manipulation of biological macromolecules and organelles. Positive and semi-positive forms etc. Difference sets. Linear transformations and projections. relaxation phenomena. Hadamard matrices. One dimensional NMR experiments. Identification and manipulation of single molecules in confocal microscopy. DISCRETE MATHEMATICS Permutations and combinations and basic definitions. Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and applications to diagnostics and biotechnology. phase cycling. medical applications of NMR imaging. Vector spaces. Recurrence relations. double resonance. Rational canonical forms. Lasers in biology: Application of ultra-fast spectroscopy of probe protein dynamics. Polya’s enumeration theory.

Closed sets. Sensitivity Analysis. Topology of Surfaces: Euler’s theorem. Axiomatic treatment. Connectedness and compactness. mobius strip. completeness. Network Flows: .P Transportation Problems: Models and Algorithms. satisfaction. Max-Flow problem and Min-cost Flow problem. Simplex Algorithm. Examples of first-order theories : Peano arithmetic. finite subgroups of the rotation group. Construction of surfaces by identification: Torus. Classical first order theories: Syntax. Adequacy of connectives. Consistency.natural deduction. Fractals: Metric space of fractals and its completeness. Soundness. Algorithms to generate fractals. Computerassisted formal proofs: tableaux. Metric Spaces: Open sets. Quotient groups. Decidability. Contraction principle and applications.I Linear Models: Formulation and Examples. Group actions. Normal subgroups. Dual simplex method. truth validity. OPERATIONS RESEARCH . Attractor. Complete metric spaces. Other proof techniques . Approximation . Klein bottle. Computer-assisted formal proofs: tableaux. Artificial variable technique. Supporting hyperplanes etc. Groups and Symmetry: Groups. Countable sets. sequent calculus. Group of symmetry . Dynamic Programming: Principle of optimality. Equality. Inverse interpolation.t. PRINCIPLES OF NUMERICAL COMPUTATION Root find problem for transcendental and polynomial equations . Continuity. MATHEMATICAL LOGIC Formal theories. Basic Polyhedral Theory. completeness. consequence and deduction. Axiomatic treatment. resolution.P. Groups. Basis of axiomatic set theory. Subgroups. normal forms.Convexity. Boolean algebras. Extreme points. Primal-dual method. finite difference. Deduction theorem. Iterated function systems. Completeness w. Consistency. Interpolation: Lagrange. Uncountable sets.r. Duality Theory: Fundamental theorem. Lagrange theorem.methods and analysis. Examples of other/non-classical logics. derived rules of inference. Homomorphisms. Godel’s incompleteness theorems. Classical Propositional Calculus: Syntax.Least squares and minimax approximation. derived rules of inference. Numerical differentiation. Lowenheim-Skolem theorems. truth. validity. resolution.SE 353 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] BASIC STRUCTURE OF MATHEMATICS Finite and Infinite Sets: Finite sets. Orderings. Independence of axioms. soundness. deduction theorem. Numerical integration42 SE 354 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 356 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 357 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Bounded Variable L. Hermite and Spline interpolation. applications to circuit design. Sequences. Discrete and continuous models. symmetric group. divided difference. compactness. First-order theories with equality. Shortest path Problem.Algebraic and Geometrical approaches.rigid motion group.

Multi co. Calculus of Variation: Introduction. Subset Selection. STATISTICAL SIMULATION AND DATA ANALYSIS Simulation of random variables from discrete. classification of states. Principal component analysis for dimension reduction. Computer Intensive Inference Methods . Residual Analysis. Test of Hypothesis of linear parameteric function. Legendre’s and Jacobi’s condition. convolution theorem and application to solve differential equation). Integral Transforms: Fourier. Polynomial and Multiple Regression. Markov Chains with Discrete State Space: Poisson process. Functionals containing higher order derivatives and several independent variables. multivariate distributions and stochastic processes. Markov Chains: definition. Linear. Existence of solutions of variational problems. Numerical methods for initial value problems. mean renewal time. Monte Carlo methods and permutation tests. cross validation. SE 358 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] REGRESSION ANALYSIS Generalized Inverses. Non-linear Regression. Higher order necessary conditions. APPLIED STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Definition and classification of general stochastic processes. Cochran’s theorem. Multiple comparison. Renewal Process: renewal equation. MATHEMATICAL METHODS Multiple Integral Theorems and their Applications: Green’s theorem. Perturbation Methods: Perturbation theory. Cluster analysis. Fourier sine/cosine and Hankel Transforms with their inverse transforms (properties. ANOVA. Ridge Regression and Principal Component Analysis.llinearity. Asymptotic matching. limiting properties. Boundaries with constraints.Newton-Cotes and Gauss quadratures. Regression analysis. Markov Process with Continuous State Space: Introduction to Brownian motion. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Regular perturbation theory. Singular perturbation theory. Gauss Markov Setup. transition probability matrices. 43 SE 359 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 360 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 361 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] . Graphical representation of multivariate data. Weirstrass function. stopping time. Variational problem with moving boundaries. Confidence Intervals and Regions. Monte-Carlo methods. statement of Ekeland’s variational principle and applications.Jack-Knife. Numerical methods (direct and iterative) for solving linear systems with error analysis. residual analysis. power of tests. continuous. birth and death processes. Variational problem with functionals containing first order derivatives and Euler equations. Stoke’s theorem and Gauss divergence theorem. Bootstrap. scatter plot. Least squares estimators with restriction on parameters. Eigen values and eigen vectors for linear algebraic systems.

Julia sets & fractals. System approach. Law of large numbers and ergodic theorem. Image Compression. Piecewise polynomial spaces and finite element method. Self-similarity and fractal dimension. Image Enhancement. Linear least-squares problem. 44 SE 365 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 366 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 376 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Julia & Fatou’s sets and their characterizations. Illustrations. Variational formulation of elliptic BVP . Numerical methods for systems and control. Two-dimensional Systems and Mathematical Preliminaries. Estimation for general FE approximation.tion of a matrix and its applications. Condition number of a matrix and its applications.SE 362 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA Computer arithmetic. Computer implementation of FEM. Formulation. Sensitivity analysis & parameter estimation. Image Representation by Stochastic Models. Dynamics of Julia and Fatou’s sets for quadratic. Design of experiment. Results from Sobolev spaces. Analysis of models. Relative entropy and mutual information. Role of mathematics in problem solving. Image Transforms. Concepts of mathematical modeling. MATHEMATICAL MODELING Prereq. Image Sampling and Quantization. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Introduction and motivation. Numerical methods for matrix eigenvalue problem. Polynomial approximation theory in Sobolev spaces. Normal families. DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING Introduction. Lax-Milgram theorem. Weak formulation of BVP and Galerkin approximation. Image Filtering and Restoration. Image Reconstruction from Projections. Householder matrices and their applications. Image Perception. Singular value decomposi. MTH-203 SE 363 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] SE 364 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-1-0-0-[4] Elementary mathematical models. Rational & entire functions. Iterative techniques. Mixed methods. INFORMATION THEORY AND ERGODIC PHENOMENON Shannon’s information measure -history and axiomatic development. Pitfalls in modeling. Vector and matrix norms. Construction of FE spaces. Image Analysis and Computer Vision. The Mandelbrot set. Validation. Variational problem for second order elliptic operators and approximations. Simulation approach. COMPLEX ANALYTIC DYNAMICS AND FRACTALS Chordal & spherical metrics. Periodic points & orbits. Iteration of polynomials and rational functions.

Geometrical optics. Martingales.1]. Basics of LEDs and lasers. Attenuation. The spaces L2[0. Fiber manufacturing. Time. Wiener process and stochastic (Ito) intergral. Thick and thin lens. Convergence of random variables. Channel capacity. Ergodic hypothesis. Poisson summation Formula. change detection problem. signal detection. Distance measures and applications SE 377 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] STOCHASTIC PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS Classification of stochastic Processes. Soliton propagation in fibres. Operators on Hilbert Spaces. almost sure. A universal (Lempel-Ziv) compression algorithm and optimality for ergodic processes.different norms. The Gabor Transform and the Short time Fourier Transform. in weak topology. Localization. Cesaro Summability. Dispersion in fibres. Kolmogorov complexity. Nonlinearity in probability. The multiresolution concept. TRANSFORMS AND APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION: Who was Fourier? PRELIMINARIES: Hilbert Spaces: Orthonormal Bases. mixing conditions. rate of convergence. ergodic theorem. asymptotic stationarity. in norm. interferometric sensors. Optical amplification. Differential entropy. Interferometry. Basic electromagnetic theory . L2(z). Optical communication. The ‘global’ character of the Fourier Transform. SE 378 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] OPTICAL FIBERS Introduction. Discrete and continuous wavelet transforms. Modes. queueing networks and statistical physics. frequency. the Hear System. Overview . Large deviations and relative entropy. Coding theorems for discrete and continuous (in time and with alphabet) channels and Gaussian channels. Intensity based fibre optic sensors. and Scale. Noiseless coding theorem and data compression. Light guiding in fibres-ray theory. Renyi’s information). Filter 45 SE 379 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . Fourier Transforms. Rate distortion theorem (and quantization).g. Extension of Shannon’s information (e. Fast Fourier Transform. Shannon sampling Theorem. Placherel and Inversion Theorems (d) Schwarz Class Functions and other dense subspaces. Measure preserving transformations.Shannon-McMillan-Breiman (Funda-mental) theorem for countable and uncountable alphabet. Sobolev Spaces . control problem. application to statistics and statistical mechanics. Markov Property.convergence theorems. ergodicity. Wave propagation in fibres. Examples of Orthonormal Bases: the Fourier series. Bandwidth. Scaling Functions and Wavelets. computing Fourier Coefficients. Light coupling. source and channel coding. Plancherel theorem. Photodetectors and noise. FOURIER ANALYSIS. complete convergence and r-quick convergence. Poincare’s recurrence theorem. Applications to sequential analysis.

Nonparametric estimation: Bartlett. Minimum variance spectral estimation. Microscale Heat Conduction: Microscale energy transport in solids. Heat sinks. Pumps. Data collection. Heat conduction in semiconductor devices and interconnects. Heat and Charge transport equations. MA and ARMA modeling. Molecular model. Flow sensors and actuators. Welch and Blackman-Tukey estimates. Multi-component systems. Convolving functions. Associated real transforms: the cosine and sine transforms and their fast computation. PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY Overview.Banks and trees of filter banks. Fan-beam inversion. radiographic techniques. Solutions of Electrolytes: Electric double layer of Debye sheath. Flow past reacting flat plate. Thermo capillary pump. Radon’s inversion formula. Dyadic transforms: the Walsh Hadamard transform and its fast computation. Related instrumentation. 46 SE 381 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 382 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . The computational complexity of a transform. Symmetries in the Fourier Transform. Electro-osmotic microchannel systems. Diffuso-capillary flows. Marangoni convection and instability. Physics and Mechanics of nanoscale Devices. The fast wavelet transform. Central slice theorem. Micro channels. Frequency resolution. and their exploitation: the Fast Fourier transform. Channel flow with soluble or rapidly reacting walls. External flow. SE 380 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AT NANOSCALES Introduction to Nanotechnology. Electro-kinetic phenomena. maximum entropy estimation. Micro/Nanoelectromechanical System. Jets. Drug delivery systems. Fins. Momentum. Themo-capillary flows. Spectrum Estimation: the problem of estimation of spectra from finite-duration observations. Filter functions. Solar cells. Convective diffusion Phenomena: Enzyme-substrate reactions. Modeling: Continuum model. Materials Issues at Nanoscales. Transport Equations: Mass. Introduction to molecular dynamics simulations and direct simulation Monte Carlo method (DSMC). Heat transport in thin films and at solid-solid interfaces. Design of CT scanners for materials testing and flow-measurement. Characteristic Non-dimensional parameters. Internal flow. The periodogram. MICROSCALE THERMAL SCIENCES Introduction: Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS). Heat pipes. Nanoscale measurements. Other orthogonal transforms and fast transform computation. Surface Tension Driven Flows: Coating flows. Current Trends and Future Directions. Parametric estimation: AR. Assorted Journal Papers. Performance of nonparametric estimation techniques. Electro-osmotic Pumps. medical imaging. nondestructive testing. Electro osmosis. Bearings. Modeling Strategies for Nanoscales. Various applications. Valves.

Radial Basis function network. SE 384 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PRINCIPLES OF MATERIAL SELECTION Introuduction: evolution of materials. Theory of particle fracture and stress distributions. Multiple constraints and compound objectives: method of weight factors. Nonlinear error surface and optimization principle. Surface charge of particle and charge modification. measurement principles and techniques involving size. Statistical learning theory and classification.Fuzzy set theory. screening. Part II: Neural Networks: Back-propagation network. Evolutionary neural networks. Fuzzy rule base and inference mechanism.Transform methods. Convolution algorithm. Data sources: estimation. selection of materials shape. Inverse theorems SE 383 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO SOFT COMPUTING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Part I: Basics . Error estimates. Series expansion methods. Particle in fluids-theory of forces on particle and setting phenomenon. case studies. Recurrent network. death and continuous growth 47 . density. environment and industrial considerations. recycling and reuse. 20 examples). morphology and specific surface area. case studies. case studies. Materials process attributes: evaluation. Direct theorems. Material selection charts: construction. Aesthetics. Conclusions: forces for change.Mathematical preliminaries: Universal approximation of multivariate functions. Part V: A project work that involves implementation of soft-computing principle in real-world application. Population balance concept: classifying particulate processes by birth. Fuzzy neural networks. checking. pore structure. Materials selection basics: strategy. engineering materials and properties. Selection strategy. design process. Part III: Fuzzy logic: Primer. case studies (important emphasis on this aspect. property limits. Part IV: Genetic Algorithm: Primer. applications. SE 385 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF PARTICULATE MATERIALS Particle characterization . materials indices. ranking.particle size distribution in single and multiple particle attributes.

big dams etc. classification. extrusion of pastes.Phase Transformation. Impact of Development Activities: impacts of agriculture. Desorption. silos. Chemical Surface Reactions. Chemical and Structural specificity. speciation. Evaporation. Scattering. Bulk properties and behaviour: storage and flow of particles in chutes. Ecosystem: natural ecosystems. statics and dynamics of ecosystem. overfishing in international waters. soil. FIM. SE 386 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SURFACE SCIENCE Introduction to atomic molecular phenomena at surface: Physical and Chemical Adsorption. Particle mechanics . Population Ecology: population growth. climax concept. Elementary Rate Processes . SE 387 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] 48 . Mechanical phenomenon at surfaces. magnetic and electrostatic separation. micro-evolution. Global Environment Problems: global warming. froth flotation. electron spectroscopies.Energy exchange. water. filtration. STM. extinction. Introduction to Sustainable Development: renewable energy sources. minerals and biodiversity. pelletization and compaction. Equilibrium Phenomena . Experimental Methods . adhesion.rates. gravity concentration. mixing. pesticide use and bioconcentration in the food chain etc. protection of biodiversity etc. and bins. Conveying. heavy medium separation. yield criteria for packing.electron emission. Catalysis. Various Sensors. Modeling particulate assembly with the Discrete Element Method. natural selection. sustainable agricultural practices. microcosmic and seral succession. case studies.UHV Techniques. Composition . RHEED. mining. ecological niche and niche partitioning. Atom Motion. Condensation. harvesting and control. electro-rheological fluids. bed friction.inter -particle forces and their effects at contacts. Characterization of Solid Surfaces: Structural characterization techniques such as LEED. traditional sources of energy. demography. Diffusion. Autecology: theory. Evolution of population: origin of life. Applications: Growth of Layers and Crystals. PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Ecology. Principles of unit operations: crushing and grinding. intra-specific and inter-specific competition.. loss of biodiversity. industrialization. Particulate materials of future: nanoparticles.. dust explosion. transportation structures. ozone hole. integrated pollution control in the industries. life form types. sustainable irrigation. flow metering. population. AFM. agglomeration. Types of Resources: air. magnetic. ecological factors. pollution in the ocean. Natural Resources and Anthropogenic Impact. population genetics and genetic systems. conservation. Chemical Interactions: Kinetic Phenomena: Adsorption. Statistical Thermodynamics of Adsorption.

Optical biosensors. Power distribution automation. and 3 dimensions) and Maps (in 1. Case studies: Robotic soccer. Physical Mechanism of Transduction. flow rate. Electrode Potentials. ORDER AND CHAOS Dynamical Systems: Importance of Nonlinearity. tropical weather systems. Calibration of sensors and transducers. Basics of Statistical data analysis. Passive electrical transducers: thermistor. ATMOSPHERE AND ENVIRONMENT This course introduces students to aspects of atmospheric physics and chemistry that are related to air pollution: local and global dispersion of pollutants. Deterministic Chaos. Basics of Electronics. Corrosion rates. Electrochemical mechanisms. Nonlinear dynamics of Flows (in 1. Basics of Reliability of Sensors. pressure and temperature distribution. Ultrasonic sensors. free-radical chain growth polymerization. 2. Pirani gauge. acid rain and ozone hole formation. Emulsion Polymerization. MEMS based micro sensors. 49 SE 389 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 390 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 391 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 392 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . TRANSDUCERS AND SENSORS: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS The need for sensors and transducers. atmospheric dynamics. global warming. Atmospheric chemistry. Active electrical transducers: thermocouple. Electrical Noise and signal detection. pressure. Fiber optic sensors for displacement. Atmospheric chemistry. 2 dimensions) in Phase Space. voltage. Classes of sensors and transducers. lonic and cationic polymerization. current. Local and global dispersion of pollutants. acid rain and ozone hole formation. Precision and Accuracy. heat budget. LVDT. Examples from Physical Sciences. Lyapunov index. Chain statistics and rubber elasticity. Corrosion tendencies. liquid level. and distributed stress measurements. global warming. angular velocity. Renormalization]. Measurement of Chaos [Poincare section. Strange Attractor. Engineering and Biology. Bifurcation. Routes to Chaos [Period doubling Quasi periodicity. Periodicity. Intermittency. Entropy] Fractal geometry and Fractal dimension. Accelerometer . Polymer Reaction Kinetics: Step-growth polymerization. Universality. photo diode. Passivation. Equilibrium. precipitation. Physical pro-perties and characterization of polymers. Catastrophe. strain gauge. temperature. global wind circulation.SE 388 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO POLYMER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Polymer Fundamentals: Chemistry of Polymer synthesis. Multisensor fusion. SCIENCE OF METTALLIC CORROSION Definitions and importance.

CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF MECHANICS Introduction: a brief history of the evolution of the science of motion. Chapman-Enskog Solution of Boltzmann Equation.relative debate. Emergence of analytical mechanics. isotropy. Fundamentals of Microfluidics. Constitutive equations. Stress. Strains and Deformation. Electromagnetic Wave Propagation. transport theorems. Collision Rate and Mean Free Path. Continuum Mechanics. matter and motion.SE 393 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] PHYSICS OF REMOTE SENSING Electromagnetic spectrum. Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations. relational mechanics and the absolute . Chapman-Enskog Solution of Krook Equation. invariants. Controlled and Uncontrolled sources of Electromagnetic waves.Heugens. finite strain and deformation. material and spatial derivatives. INTRODUCTION TO CONTINUUM MECHANICS Vectors and Tensors. Newton and Leibniz. Earth.Merton school of thought and Galileo. rotation. Newtonian fluids. Mach’s principle and origin of inertia. inertia as a manifestation of dynamic gravitational interaction. concept of inertia . continuity equation and momentum principles. Active and Passive Sensors. Boltzmann Equation. Stokes condition. General principles. momentum. Equation of State for a Perfect Gas. Reflectance and Scattering Properties. Molecular Approaches. Universal gravitation and action-at-a-distance: gravitational and inertial mass and their equivalence. Various kinds of Remote sensing Satellites. Application of Remote sensing to Ocean. Navier-Stokes Equation. force. Flow with Translational Non equilibrium. plane stress. Maxwell’s Wave Equation. Remote sensing and Optical Microwave data. principal stresses. hyperelasticity. 50 SE 394 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 395 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] SE 396 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] . early notions of space. Classical elasticity. rotation and stretch tensors. mass and energy . variational principles of mechanics. generalized coordinates and momenta. MOLECULAR FLUID DYNAMICS AND MICROFLUIDICS Introductory Kinetic Theory. Generalized Hooke’s law. Electrokinetics. Continumm Fluid Mechanics at Small Scales. Emission. thermal stresses. BhatnagarGross-Krook Collision Model. evolution of the concept of momentum. Rational mechanics approach. deformation tensor. Transport Properties. compatibility conditions. Moments of Boltzmann Equation. simplified theory. evolution of the language of mechanics: acceleration. spin and rate of deformation. Nonequilibrium Kinetic Theory. Maxwellian Distribution.Galileo and Descarte. Equilibrium Kinetic Theory. Collision Integrals. basic thermodynamics for solids. virtual work. Snow and Atmosphere. Airborne and Satellite-borne Platforms and Sensors. ideal frictionless fluids. deviatoric stresses.

Chemical sensors. crustal deformation and mountain building. Shape-memory alloys. rock-forming minerals. The list of topics given below in different units of the course content. Polumers. mass energy equivalence. Organic & Polymeric materials: Conducting Polymers. Sensors & Actuators: Electro-rheological. Earth-atmosphere interaction.phase space. geomorphic processes and landforms. Quantum mechanics . Micro Electromagnetic Sensors. Nano materials: Physics of Nanostructures. vii. Nanotechnology. Carbon compounds in cells. relativistic dynamics .Schroedinger equation. Ceramics. Cell structure and 51 . vi. optics-mechanics analogy. floods and landslides.conceptual foundations. Basic Principles Structure & Binding. Fluid Earth System: weathering. special theory of relativity. Matter waves in classical mechanics. Structural materials: Intermetallics. Carbon Nanotubes. Dynamic Earth system: continental drift and plate tectonics. PRINCIPLES OF COMPLEX MATERIALS The list of topics will change from one year to another and will depend on the interest and expertise of the instructors. ii. Human interaction with the environment. birth of statistical mechanics. concept of spacetime continuum. Light Emitting Diodes. sedimentary and metamorphic processes. principle of equivalence and a metric theory of gravity. internal structure and evolution of earth. SE 421 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] INTRODUCTION TO MODERN BIOLOGY Course Content:Concepts annd Methods in Biology: Principles of Cellular Life. Frames of reference and principle of relativity. erosion and mass movement processes. physical foundation of general theory of relativity. rates and frequency of earth processes. Thermoelectric materials. Bio-sensors. Acoustic sensors. i. v. Bio-molecular Electronics. Global and environment change. relationship to properties. Composites. Chemical Foundation for cells.concepts. Relation with classical mechanics. Hamilton-Jacobi theory. Solid Earth System: magmatism and volcanism. SE 397 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] EARTH SYSTEMS Earth as a system. some relevant cosmological problems and open questions. The Rock cycle. SE 398 L-T-P-D-[C] 3-0-0-0-[4] iii. Hamilton . Magnetostrictive Materials. iv. Piezoelectric materials. is one that the proposers of the course may want to choose from. Hazardous Earth System: earthquakes.

Animal structure and function: Tissues and organs. respiration. sensory reception. population ecology. observable patterns of inheritance. circulation.. endocrine control. immunity. reproduction and development. biosphere. macro-evolutionary puzzle. Principles of inheritance: Cell division. nutrition and transport. speciation. 52 . ground rules for metabolism. digestion and nutrition. integration and control. source of energy for cells. Principles of evolution: Microevolution. evolutionary view of behavior. Ecology: Ecosystem. chromosomes and genetics.function. ecology and behavior. human impact on biosphere. Plant structure and function: Plant tissues. prokaryotic and eukaryotic life forms. Evolution and diversity: Origin and evolution of life.