E Yantra lab

Objective 

The objective is to provide hands-on learning to engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors to create the next generation of (Embedded systems) engineers from college with a practical outlook to take on challenging problems and provide solutions.

Outcome –

  • The student will able to construct robotic concept (gesture robotics, sensor guided robotics, spy robotics etc…)
  • The student will able to examine the different behavior of robotics.

Future Plan –

  • To organize Embedded Systems Course from IIT Bombay & other Institutes.
  • To make use of resources available at e-yantra lab for robotics & Embedded System.
  • Motivate the student to take part in the e-yantra lab robotics competition which is conducted under IIT Bombay.
  • Encourage the student to do project on robotics with the help of e-yantra lab.

E Yantra Lab Co-ordinator

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Name- Mr. Umar M. Mulani

Designation- Assistant Professor

Qualification- M.TECH(CSE)

Department- Computer Science & Engineering

E – Yantra Syllabus

C-Programming:

  • The C Language and its Advantages, C Syntax and Constructs, Data Types and Variables, Operands, Operators, Arithmetic Expressions, Control Instructions – Looping and decision making, C preprocessor, Functions, Arrays, Pointers, Strings, Structures, Storage Classes, Input/output Management, C Compiler.

Electronics/Electrical:

  • Basic Electrical: Devices- Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors. Ohms Law, Kirchhoff’s law, Network Theorems
  • Analog Devices and Circuits: Semiconductor Physics, Diodes and diode circuits, BJT and BJT circuits, FET and FET circuits, Opamp
  • Digital Electronics/Microcontroller: Number System, Logic Gates, Boolean expression and K-Map, Synthesis of Combinational Circuits and Sequential circuits, Memory device, 8-bit Microcontrollers, IO Interfacing, Interrupt, DMA, ADC/DAC

Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude:

  • Time, Distance and work, Percentage, Profit-Loss, Ratio-Proportion, Simple and Compound Interest, Unitary Method, Permutation-Combination, Probability, Mensuration, Clock and Calendar.

Introduction to Python

  • Modules and Libraries. How to organize programs into modules and details on using modules as a tool for creating extensible programs. Concludes with a tour of some of the most commonly used library modules including user interfaces and database integration. Also includes information on how to install third-party library modules.
  • Classes and Objects. An introduction to object-oriented programming in Python. Describes how to create new objects, overload operators, and utilize Python special methods. Also covers basic principles of object oriented programming including inheritance and composition.
  • Inside the Python Object System. A detailed look at how objects are implemented in Python. Major topics include object representation, attribute binding, inheritance, memory management, and special properties of classes including properties, slots, and private attributes.

 

E-Yantra Activities

  • Expert Lecture conducted on Internet of Things.

List of Project Under e-Yantra Lab

Sr.No.Academic YearDepartmentProject TopicName of MembersName of Guide
12013-14CSEWi-Fi based Voice Robot ControlSnehal KadolkarMr. Venkatesh Shankar
Pallavi Kumbhar
Rupali Asabe.
Pratap Patil.
Kapil Khatavkar.
22014-15CSESnake Catcher RobotPatil SushantMr. Venkatesh Shankar
Zanjad Suhas
Kumbhar Vinay
Asabe Sharad
32015-16CSEFarmer Friend(Robot)Pise Dhanashri Mr. M.D.Jilan
Rajput Pournima
Shivangi Manisha
Kulkarni Bhagyashri
4CSELibrary Management(Robot)Mulik Priyanka Mr.M.D.Jilan
Awalekar Rajeshwari
Patil Anuja
Patil Pratima
52016-17CSEAreal Reforesting VehicleKanpannawar ShridharMr. U. M. Mulani
Bhoje Abhijeet
Kashid Yuvraj

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