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We believe every student benefits from being taught by experts active in research and practice. You will discuss the very latest ideas, research discoveries and new technologies in seminars and in the field and you will become actively involved in a research project yourself. All our academic staff are active in internationally-recognised scientific research across a wide range of topics. You will also be taught by leading industry practitioners.
There are always numerous engineering research projects in progress, funded by industry, charities, government departments and research councils.
Our undergraduate students benefit through access to up-to-date equipment, industrially linked projects and staff expertise.
Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. Through its worldwide network of geographical units, publications, web services, and conferences, it remains the world’s largest technical professional association. Chitkara University has a very strong IEEE chapter since 2009 and has completed initiatives such as Ethical Hacking Competition (participation of more than 60 teams), Youth Parliament and numerous Technical Symposiums.
Association for Computer Machinery
ACM is widely recognized as the premier membership organisation for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession; enable professional development; and promote policies and research that benefit society. ACM students’ Chapter has been active on our campus since 2010 and is serving as a gateway to forums, panel discussions and symposia that further enhances student’s professional development.
Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers
IETE is a leading professional society devoted to the advancement of science and technology related to “Electronics, Telecommunications and IT”. IETE has a strong campus presence since 2009 and initiating various events which is updating students with latest technological advancements.
The Indian Society for Technical Education
The major objective of ISTE is to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industries and organizations. We became an Institutional member in 2005 and since then over 55 Chitkara faculty have become life members of ISTE.
The Institution of Engineers
The mandate of IE is to “to promote and advance the science, practice and business of engineering in all its branches in India” and has been active on our campus since the year 2009. Students from all branches of Engineering are active members of the Chitkara chapter.
Society of Automotive Engineers
The SAE Collegiate Club, Northern India Section at Chitkara campus was inaugurated in the year 2006 and the Department of Mechanical Engineering is immensely benefited by bringing its student members and faculty on the network of the latest advancements in technology in the field of automobiles.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASME serves its technical community through high-quality programs in continuing education, the development and maintenance of codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations, and various forms of outreach. ASME-Chitkara Students Section is the only one in Northern INDIA. After its beginning in January 2010, the students section has organized three events at National Level.
Computer Society of India
Formed in 1965, the CSI has been instrumental in guiding the Indian IT industry down the right path since its formative years. The mission of the CSI is to facilitate research, knowledge sharing, learning and career enhancement for all categories of IT professionals, while simultaneously inspiring and nurturing new entrants into the industry and helping them to integrate into the IT community. CSI established its chapter at Chitkara University in 2013.
A RESEARCH & PRACTICE LED CULTURE WITH SOME INNOVATIVE OUTCOMES:
Shivam Sahni, first year student filed a patent on e-pedicab. e-pedicab is a multipurpose dual operated rickshaw which is a simple, cost effective, innovative substitute for three wheel manually operated rickshaw. It is a solution for the rickshaw pullers who carry heavy loads for livelihood. The wheels are arranged in a diamond pattern. Instead of two wheels in front and two in back, this new design features an additional wheel at the rear t increase robustness and easy maneuverability. The diamond shaped geometry, allows the chassis to form a planar, simple and stable structure. The rickshaw can be operated by dual mechanism, either by motor or by manual paddling. This technology has been showcased and has won laurels in some of the biggest techfests organized in India.
Shrey Dhiman student of final year Electrical Engineering won bronze medal for project ‘Solar Lounge’ in All India Design Competition for Engineering Students-2014 (EE) conducted by National Design and Research Forum, The Institution of Engineers (India).
Hemant Bansal student of Masters Program filed a patent on Micro Electromechanical Sensors(MEMS) Based Automatic Windscreen Wiper under the guidance of Dr. Nitin Saluja and Mr. Vishal Mehta. The design relates to the field of automobile and particularly to the windscreen wiping mechanism. It uses Micro Electromechanical Sensors (MEMS) based automatic windscreen wiper claiming 100% cleaning of windscreen in comparison to 83% cleaning (The best in automobile segment). It is capable of automatically detecting dust and rain and cleans 100% area of the wind screen.
This system provides integration of various identification cards – driving license, PAN card, Debit and Credit cards into one card, based on integration of RFID tags. Thus, an individual is saved from the hassle of carrying multiple cards.
Rishabh Ahuja and Parmeet Kaur student of second year electronics branch filed a patent on remotecontrolled solar car without steering wheel by using assistive technologies, a low cost solar car is designed, which makes use of the DPDT switches to steer the vehicle in place of steering wheel. The mechanism boasts of cost effectiveness and is usable by specially-abled persons.
Lavan Jain, Divyanshu Sood and Akashdeep Singh Chahal students of B.E. Mechanical Second year filed a patent on Folding Bicycle and Its Mechanism of Folding. The design relates to all terrain folding bicycle which can be easily folded and carried. The design has been appreciated at various technical events in the vicinity.
Trinkush Singla, Sonanshu, Tina and Sumeet Singh Arora students of B.Tech first year filed a patent on Electronic Device for Simultaneous Working of Multiple Operating System on a Digital Electronic Device. This is a software based card that integrates two operating systems (OS) of digital electronic products such as smart phones, tablets, computers, notebooks etc. More specifically, it is an integration of multiple operating systems embedded and running on a single electronic card. Such electronic card is capable of supporting virtual switch without actual switching process.
Nikita Aggarwal alongwith her team members Bhavika Mittal, Ravneet Kaur, Manmohit Kaleka and Kiran Chauhan got grant-in-aid of Rs. 20,000/- from The Institution of Engineers, Kolkata for their project ‘Intelligent Solar Tracker with a Compressorless Refrigerator’.