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                                     INNOVATION AND INCUBATION CENTER


Vision

Become a globally recognized research and academic institution and thereby contribute to technological and socio-economic development of the nation.

I-center at MITS encourages and supports research activities to achieve the vision of the institute.

Overview

Innovation center focuses on following activities:

  • Motivating students to come up with novel ideas.
  • Developing the ideas by taking help from intellectuals.
  • Activating the innovation with incubation.

Ignition, Innovation and Incubation center

The Innovation and Incubation Center is a common platform where the Students, research scholars, researchers, field experts and industry personals are interacting and working in partnership to instigate breakthroughs: fusing the uncommon, taking risks and thinking big.



Innovation and Incubation Center

The Innovation and Incubation Center is a common platform where the Students, research scholars, researchers, field experts and industry personals are interacting and working in partnership to instigate breakthroughs: fusing the uncommon, taking risks and thinking big.

MITS - Innovation Center

Due to a rapid development in science and technology, Management has decided to establish MITS-INNOVATION CENTRE in our college campus. A distinct office for innovation activities has been established in MITS campus on 2nd November-2015. The main objective is for invoking the innovative ideas from teaching and students fraternity and also to increase the job opportunities for young and dynamic students. Students are motivated to actively participate in the management of technology transfer at the MITS campus. Today, our main objective is to increase the effectiveness and utilization of development and research activities in various domains such as social, business, education and so on. Our management is actively assisting in broadening the scope of research activities and utilization of research and intellectual properties. We thereby can increase our efficiency and add value to our MITS’s mission.

MITS – Incubation Center

The MITS Incubation Centre has been initiated in the year 2015 and Provides creative atmosphere where new ideas and projects can flourish. Incubation center which will offer a platform for staffs and students for the purpose of business incubation and innovation. Provides spaces for incubation and offers counseling services on business management and technological solutions. Interacting with the industries and other institutes, finding the real world social issues and providing appropriate feasible solutions. Ours is a systematic process designed for innovators to convert their concepts, ideas into product. This entire team is consistently working for the growth of staff and students in MITS campus. We are identifying the tools, devices, technologies and constructing a network for commercializing the products or services. Innovators and entrepreneurs can get all the benefits with respect to the technology, expertise and facilities from MITS environment.

Objectives

1. Transfer of knowledge, methodology and practice of technology-based entrepreneurship and support for the students having creative thoughts and ideas and bring them into the limelight.
2. To encourage students and faculty to take part in innovation, idea generation and product development.
3. To create awareness about patenting among faculty, students and researchers.
4. Linking higher educational institutions and industries in the field of science and technology
5. To create a platform to share knowledge and implementing them in real time research and applications
6. Continuous motivation to create a permanent network for the exchange of knowledge and practices in technology transfer among the students and researchers.
So the basic idea is to connect or link companies, investors, researchers and innovating minds under MITS innovation Center.

Functions

1. The Innovation Centre offers space, connectivity and other infrastructure facilities for the students to work
2. To arrange seed fund to transform an idea into a product
3. To arrange workshops for students and faculty in the field of Entrepreneurship
4. Providing training in latest technologies

Events

  • MITS Innovation Club was Inaugurated on 25th September 2018.
  • Click here for Report on Event
  • 35 Projects were displayed during Campus Connect Program held at MITS on 9th August 2018.
  • 10 Project teams from MITS participated in JNANABHERI program held at SV University, Tirupati on 4th August 2018.
  • A 2 Day workshop with Hands-on Training on Android Applications organized by Mits Innovation Society & ED Cell on 26th & 27th April, 2018.
  • Click here for Report on Event
  • "3-Days Workshop on (iBootup) IoT, organized by MITS Innovation & Incubation Center in Association with AP Innovation Society, during 22nd to 24th March 2018.
  • Click here for Report on Event

    List of Projects

    1. Intelligent Transport System For Health Care
    2. Storm Hero
    3. Smart Media Player
    4. Mr Rocket
    5. Catch It
    6. Smart Irrigation System
    7. Risque
    8. Toros
    9. Multipurpose Vehicle
    10. Hybrid Vehicle
    11. 3D Printing Feed Stock Element Extruder
    12. Weed Remover
    13. Missa
    14. Remote Controlling Robot
    15. Recycling Of Tomato Plant Waste Into Packing Material
    16. Sensor Guided Robotics / Phototropic And Photophobic Robot
    17. Vfd Controlled Multi machining Setup
    18. Web Site For Health Care
    19. Ph Responsive Forward Osmosis Draw Agents For Desalination Of Water
    20. Intelligence Of Breaking System
    21. Smart Home Automation System
    22. Earthquake Detection System
    23. Automatic Exhaust Dust Sensor
    24. IoT Based Environment Monitoring System
    25. IoT Based Foot Neuropathy Detector And Stimulator
    26. Compact Versatile High Voltage Module
    27. Improvement Of Geotechnical Properties Of Red Soil Using Waste Plastic Chairs
    28. Medicine Supporting System
    29. Roof Top Agriculture And Water Harvesting
    30. Solar Operated E-Bio Cycle
    31. Smart Garbage Management
    32. Effortless Ploughing Setup
    33. Traffic Density Management System
    34. Ai-Based Electrical Energy Optimization
    35. Accident Detection & Reporting From Vehicle Using IoT

    Motorola Scholar Awards

    Sl.No TITLE PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR(S) GUIDE(S) DEPT
    1 Design and Fabrication of Tri-cycle,
    Powered by Spiral Torsion Spring for
    Handicapped to Climb the Elevations
    K. Sreepathi Naidu
    K.Raja Reddy
    P.Pavani
    T.Nagarjuna
    Shri. M. Subba Rao, Asst.Prof ME
    2 Blind Vision M. Guru Prasad
    D.Reddy Prasad
    M.Samara Simha Reddy
    Dr. S.A.K. Jilani, Professor, ECE ECE
    3 Mosquito Trapper Mr.M. Jeeveswar
    G.Devendra
    Y.M.Vijaya
    Sudharshan
    B.Muneeswari
    Dr. B.Rama Kumar, Professor, EEE EEE

    Smart Idea – CM Awards

    Sl.No TITLE PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR(S) GUIDE(S) DEPT
    1 Cheyutha Mr.Sivakumar Self IT
    2 Smart Village Mr. Prashanth Kumar Self CSE

    Guides List

    Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1 Dr. Shantanu Saha Sr. Asst. Professor Electronic Devices
    2 Dr. Gajendra SharmaSr. Asst. Professor Speech / Signal Processing
    3 Dr. D. Shanmuga sundar Sr. Asst. Professor Electronic Materials
    4 Mr. G. PrasannaAssistant Professor Electronic Instrumentsal Devices, Superhydrophobic
    and Superhydrophilic surfaces, Water Harvesting Polymers)
    5 Dr. J. N. SwaminathanSr. Asst. Professor Image Processing
    Department of Computer Science & Engineering
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1 Dr. Baranidharan.B Sr. Asst. Professor IOT
    2 Dr. V. Thiruppathy KesavanSr. Asst. Professor Network Security
    3 Dr. N. Mohan Krishna Varma Sr. Asst. Professor Cloud Computing
    Department of Chemistry
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1 Dr. Logudurai R Assistant Professor & Head 1. Synthesis of porous nanomaterials,
    2. Carbon based materials,
    3. Electrodeposition
    2 Dr. Balaji RAssistant Professor 1. Sensors,
    2. Energy Materials,
    3. Datamining,
    4. Computational Modelling
    3 Dr. Seeni Meera K Assistant Professor 1. Nanoporous silica materials (aerogels and nanoparticles)
    2. Biopolymeric aerogels and microbeads (Cellulose and Chitosan based)
    3. Vegetable oil based Polyurethane nanocomposites
    4. Synthesis and Characterization of Gels (nanotube and ionic liquid based)
    5. Heavy Metal ion removal using magnetic beads
    4 Dr. Arunbabu DAssistant Professor 1. Macromolecular Engineering (Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization, Photopolymerization, Emulsion Polymerization Click polymers)
    2. Macromolecular Materials (Self-healing polymers, Macromolecular Self-Assembly, Flexible Electronics, Enzyme storage Materials)
    3. Polymeric Nanomaterials (Silver impregnated filters/hydrogels for Antibacterial water treatment, Photonic Crystal Devices, Superhydrophobic and Superhydrophilic surfaces, Water Harvesting Polymers)
    Department of Physics
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1 Dr. S. Victor VedanayakamAssistant Professor Material Science, Thin Films, 1/f Noise Phenomenon and Modeling & Simulation of Solar Cell
    2 Dr. N. Nanda Kumar ReddyAssistant ProfessorMaterial Science, Semiconductor Device Processing
    3 Dr. Virendra Kumar VermaAssistant Professor Spintronics, Dilute Magnetic Semiconductor, Multiferroic Materials
    4 Dr. B. Jagadeesh Babu Assistant ProfessorThin Films for Solar Cell & Photocatalytic Application
    5 Dr. K. Upendra Assistant Professor Nanomaterials, Spectroscopy
    6 Dr. K. Kamakshi Assistant Professor Plasmonic and Fibre Optics
    Department of English
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1 Dr. Rasheeda Begum Assistant Professor American Literature
    2Dr. S.Shanmuga Priya Assistant ProfessorCommonwealth Literature
    3Dr. Parul Saxena Assistant Professor Cultural Studies
    4Dr. Lakshmi Devi Assistant Professor American Literature
    5Dr. Rushula Devi Assistant Professor American Literature
    6Mr. Livingston Assistant ProfessorELT
    Department of Mathematics
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1Dr. Shukla Vidya Prasad ProfessorEnvironmental Modeling, Numerical Modeling, Stochastic Modeling of Dynamic systems, Fluid Dynamics, Machine Learning, Image processing, cellular automata
    2Dr. V. Rama Chandra Prasad Professor Fluid Dynamics
    3Dr. M. Sudhakar Reddy Assistant Professor Magneto-hydrodynamics, Fluid Mechanics
    4Dr. A. Subba Rao Assistant Professor Magneto-hydrodynamics, Fluid Dynamics
    5Dr. N. Nagendra Assistant ProfessorMagneto-hydrodynamics, Fluid Dynamics
    6Dr. P. Ramesh Reddy Assistant Professor Spatio-temporal Stochastic Modeling, Multivarate Regression, Fluid Dynamics
    7Dr. R. Saravana Assistant Professor Bio-Fluid Dynamics
    8Dr. B. Venkateswarlu Assistant Professor Fluid Dynamics
    9Dr. S. Gouse Mohiddin Assistant Professor Fluid Dynamics
    10Dr.P. Devaki Assistant Professor Bio-Fluid Dynamics
    11Dr. KVN. Murthy Assistant Professor Spatio-temporal Stochastic Modeling of Dynamic systems, Multivarate Regression
    12Dr. P. Rajendra Assistant ProfessorMachine Learning, Deep learning (Electrolytic solution)
    Department of Management Studies
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1Dr. R. Varadarajan Assoc Professor Supply Chain Management & Finance
    2Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Sr. Assistant ProfessorStrategy, Innovation & Public policy
    3Dr. U. Raghavendra Prasad Assistant Professor Finance & Marketing
    4Dr. R. Varaprasad Assistant ProfessorMarketing & HR
    5Dr. A. Kranthi Kumar Assistant Professor HR & OB
    Department of Civil Engineering
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1Dr.T.Meenambal ProfessorEnvironmental Engineering
    2Dr.N.Balasubramanian Professor Environmental Engineering with practical knowledge
    Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Sl.No Faculty name Designation Research expertise
    1Dr.R.Rajkamal Assoc. ProfessorEmbedded system technologies
    2Dr.N.PrabaharanSr Assistant Professor Power converters, multilevel inverters, control techniques for grid connected renewable energy sources
    3MR.M.Kishore Assistant Professor Power Electronics
    Department of Computer Applications
    Specialization Members
    Data Mining Data Warehousing Dr.S.V.S.Ganga Devi
    Dr.N.Naveen Kumar
    Dr.S.G.Shrinivas
    Software Engineering Dr.P.Velayutham
    Mr.Altaf Ali
    Dr.V.L.Pavani
    Computer Networks & Network Security Dr.V.L.Pavani
    Dr.S.G.Shrinivas
    Dr.P.Velayutham
    Cloud Infrastructure Services Dr.C.Vijayakumar
    Dr.S.V.S.Ganga Devi
    Mr.A.Manimaran
    Image Processing Dr.S.V.S.Ganga Devi
    Dr.C.Vijayakumar
    E-Learning Dr.R.Parthiban

    Contact us

    Dr. B. Jagadeesh Babu

    Coordinator

    Mobile: +91-9100973266

    Email: mitsicenter@mits.ac.in

    Mr. K. Chokkanathan

    Co-Coordinator

    Mobile: +91-9100446305

    chokkanathank@mits.ac.in

    Mr. K. Rahim Bakash

    Programmer

    rahimbakashk@mits.ac.in

    Office :

    Innovation Center

    Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science

    South Block Main Entrance

    Post Box No: 14, Kadiri Road, Angallu

    Madanapalle-517325, Andhra Pradesh

    Student Coordinators

    Sl.No Student Name Roll Number Department
    1Umeshwar Reddy 15699A04A8ECE
    2Yeshovardhan 15691A0286EEE
    3Tarakanada Reddy 16691A05G9CSE
    4Tarun Chand 15699A0347ME
    5Ravindra Rao 15691A0138CIVIL

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