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University Toppers

Shigha Abraham

First Rank (ECE) - 2014

Hena Thampy

Second Rank (ECE) - 2014

Adarsh Ravikumar

First Rank (AEI)- 2013, All India GATE Rank -28

News

Congratulations

Three students Pooja M (S6 AEI), Megha Ben (S4 AEI) and Aparna A V (S6 AEI) from our department has been selected for We-Tech Qualcomm Scholarship among 18 students from India. The award includes a Scholarship of USD $5,000.00 and a six-month virtual one-on-one mentorship placement with a Qualcomm professional. 
WeTech Qualcomm Global Scholars program is a partnership between the Institute of International Education (IIE) and Qualcomm Incorporated.
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INFINITY PRINTER

From left to right: Barath Nandakumar, Anand Reghunathan, Aishwarya K.K, Kiran Rajmohan, Akhil V.B

Infinity Printer is a printing system having unrestricted printing area and no moving parts. The printer is a handheld device which when swiped over the paper to be printed, prints out the required data properly irrespective of the movement of the device or rotation. It also hints areas which are yet to be printed.

The paper was published in the Computer and Information Technology (WCCIT), 2013 World Congress on 22-24 June 2013. (Ref: IEEE explore)

They were featured in an article by the leading News daily - The New Indian Express

They were also the Finalist of the Paper Presentation in the Region10 IEEE Conference, Hyderabad 2013 Conducted by LabX.

Bio-gas plant fueled by latex water

From left to right: Edwin Austine, Powlu K Shibu.

Presented a paper on economically viable model of bio-gas plant fueled by latex water held at E-health and Environmental Conference in Dubai.

Abstract: Rubber is produced entirely in developing countries and Asia is the largest producing region. Asia accounts for about 93% of global supply and 57% of global demand for natural rubber. Raw material products from rubber processing provide huge benefits to human beings. This sector consumes large volume of water and energy and uses large amount of chemicals as well as other utilities. So it is important that waste abatement and management in rubber processing sector should be handled properly. In these developing countries both at house hold and community level, the waste products after processing are being discarded. In this paper, we have extensively studied how the rubber latex water, an effluent can be wisely fed to fuel a biogas plant, "Deenbandhu" model economically. Deenabandu is a shell structured improved fixed dome model which is built with brick in cement mortar. The digestor, gas storage chamber and the empty space above the slurry are all provided in the spherical shell. Biogas produced in the digestion tank from anaerobic digestion of biological wastes is a renewable resource. The costs related to the fabrication of the plant were estimated. Constructional details, yield potential of the plant, internal rate of return, benefit cost ratio and payback period were calculated. On the basis of calculated values it was found that biogas plant fuelled by rubber latex water performs better and is economically viable. The findings of this study would give some directions and guidelines for future planning and implementation of biogas plants in the rubber producing countries.

Achievers

Adarsh V

-Third Place in Classical Music

-Third Place in Light Music

Kerala University Youth Festival 2013-14

Ashad S Nath

3rd prize winner,Quiz, Kerala University Youth Festival 2012-13;

3rd Prize in Inter University  Quiz;

Runner-up, GEC-BartonHill 'HERTZ '13' Q-point quiz; 

Runner-up, SUT cult-a-way '14 Quiz;

Runner-up IIST QC FIXION Quiz '14;

Winner, NSS CET Unit Quiz "azad' ;

Runner up, Yuva '13 Quiz

Alex Jacob

Kerala University basketball team player.

Member of  winning team(Third prize) of Kerala University basketball championship.