1. ConnecTen

    ConnecTen is a peer-to-peer network link-sharing application. What if I tell you that, you go to an event
    or conference, and you even have to touch your phone and while you have a conversation with someone,
    the links will be shared with each other? It’s that seamless. No internet, no high-end phones required.
    Complete privacy is in your hand and easy to use!
    Mobile application to share social links and build connections seamlessly with nearby people without
    using the internet targeted for meetups and gatherings. The website is comprised of business model
    integration and marketplace features.

    Sugato Bagchi

  2. User friendly software development for plotting AKS, FSK, PSK modulated signal and their Audio output and data transmission using this software

    This research publication is on development of a software which can plot different types of graphs which was possible using MATLAB software and some of them are not present in Microsoft Excel software. And it can also plot ASK (Amplitude Shift Keying), FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) and PSK (Phase Shift Keying) and generate the audio output of the Modulated signals. We have to made a Microsoft Excel file for giving the input data (Except Smith chart). The purpose of my research is to reducing the dependency on MATLAB software and coding pressure on students, which will be beneficial for college students and as well as for researchers also.

    Subayu Bose , Debasmita Manna

  3. Design and Implementation of a Low-cost ultrasonic Radar system using an Arduino Microcontroller

    A low-cost ultrasonic radar system based on Arduino microcontroller is planned to be developed. It utilizes ultrasonic sensors to detect the object in range and passes the information to the Arduino microcontroller. When an object is detected, the Graphical display on a computer screen will be used to illustrate this design. The Graphical display uses the position of the detected object on the computer screen.

    Aman sah, Anish Dutta, Ananya Banerjee

  4. An IoT based Cloud Controlled Soil Irrigation Thing for Horticulture and Outdoor ecosystem

    In the modern arena of smart farming and agriculture, the Internet of Things (IoT) have the potential to act as a game changer by tracking plants’ need and soil health. IoT offers a broad variety of applications in the growth of precision agriculture, where the potential of sensor networks and cloud computing assist to address the difficult problems in farming. In this study, utilizing the integrated soil moisture and soil temperature sensors, we construct an ultralow power sensor node. The solution makes it possible to save data in the cloud for later use and to remotely operate an actuator from the cloud as well. Due to the use of MSP430G2553 based hardware, our solution is simpler, affordable, and more energy efficient than existing consumer electronic agro-devices. The actual use of our device is anticipated to result in an economical and energy-efficient sustainable irrigation system.

    Anushka Maity , Anirbit Sengupta

  5. Enhancement of non-equilibrium solubility of binary immiscible systems by ternary addition

    The project highlights the investigation of the impact of introducing a third element into binary systems containing a conducting element and a hard/magnetic element. The primary objective is to enhance the structural, electrical, and magnetic properties of these systems. The study begins with the application of mechanical alloying and rapid solidification techniques to create metastable microstructures. Subsequently, extensive characterization and computational analyses will be conducted to assess and establish connections between the thermodynamic conditions and the stability of these microstructures.

    Pinjal Pandit, Arpita Chatterjee, Sumit Chabri

  6. hydrogen gas turbine

    Main aim is to drive the marine transportation system ,which will produce
    90% less carbon footprints in our environment. By running marine vessels and
    cargo ships with green hydrogen.

    Jeet Mukherjee ,Sayantan Ghosh,Subhranshu Chokroborty,Dr.Ruma Sen

  7. Ecological Solar Vehicle

    A van powered by solar energy is a vehicle that uses a type of renewable resource that can be obtained when sunlight incident on the solar panel placed on the surface of the vehicle. To keep the van running smoothly, the driver must monitor multiple gauges to spot possible problems. Vans without gauges almost always feature wireless telemetry, which allows the driver's team to monitor the van’s energy consumption, solar energy capture, and other parameters and thereby freeing the driver to concentrate on driving. Solar vans combine technology typical aerospace, bicycle, alternative energy, and automotive industries. The design of a solar vehicle is severely limited by the amount of energy input into the van. Most solar cars have been built for the purpose of solar car races. Some solar cars are designed also for public use. Solar cars depend on a solar array that uses photovoltaic cells (PV cells) to convert sunlight into electricity. Unlike solar thermal energy which converts solar energy to heat for either household purposes, industrial purposes, or to be converted to electricity, PV cells directly convert sunlight into electricity. When sunlight (photons) strikes PV cells, they excite electrons and allow them to flow, creating an electric current. PV cells are made of semiconductor materials such as silicon and alloys of indium, gallium, and nitrogen. Crystalline silicon is the most common material used and has an efficiency rate of 15-20%. The first solar family van was built in 2013. In this model, we use a solar panel that converts solar energy to electrical energy. A solar vehicle or solar electric vehicle is an electric vehicle powered completely or significantly by direct solar energy. Usually, photovoltaic (PV) cells contained in solar panels convert the sun's energy directly into electric energy. Solar vehicles depend on a solar array that uses photovoltaic cells (PV cells) to convert sunlight into electricity.  

    Dr. Sayantan Chakraborty
    Tanushree Mondal
    Roshan Bose
    Soubhik Das

  8. Surtech Rainwater harvesting

    Water recycling is very important in the present context of water scarcity. It is very much required to explore the rainwater which can be stored in a storage tank and can be used for further purposes like gardening, potable water etc after giving suitable treatment.

    Ayush Shil
    Mamidipaka chaitanya Kumar
    Paulami Kundu

  9. E-ATV (Electric All-Terrain Vehicle)

    The current energy situation, with rapidly depleting fossil fuels, poses significant challenges and harm to present and future generations. To promote awareness of alternative fuels and energy sources, a project has been undertaken to design and build an electric All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV). This ATV, also known as a quad bike, is intended for off-road use in hilly areas, farming fields, and recreational purposes. The project focuses on key components such as the chassis, drivetrain, and suspension to enhance the off-road driving experience. The primary objective throughout the design process is to prioritize consumer interests by delivering an innovative, cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and efficient solution.

    1. Debrup Rakshit 2. Sajal Mondal
    3. Kundan Sharma
    4. Prantik Rakshit

  10. E-Reverse Proto Trike

    Reverse trikes are a practical and eco-friendly alternative to traditional tricycles and four-wheeled vehicles, offering improved stability, maneuverability, and efficiency, especially when powered by electricity.

    1. Jibitesh Biswas
    2. Soujit Banerjee
    3. Bidyut Roy 
    4. Arijit Saha 
    5. Rudra Som Dutta

  11. Green Marine Engineering

    With the goals of zero carbon footprint on marine life, minimizing the usage of fossil fuels, reducing greenhouse gas emission and Easy availability and extraction of fuel, Jeet Mukherjee, Subhranshu Chakrabarti, Abradeep Mukherjee, Trijit Das and Sayantan Ghosh has conceptualized an idea to extract Hydrogen Gas which can be used as a fuel for several usages. 

  12. Automatic solar tracking without power consumption

    Anurag Shaw from the Department of Robotics Engineering has developed an idea to track the solar radiation to increase the efficiency of the solar panels as they are generally fixed at a particular angle thus, they cannot convert power as efficiently as they can when the sun rays are not perpendicular to the solar cells.

  13. A sensor based on traffic detection & resolution system

    Soham Banerjee, Aritra Adhikary, Kaustav Sharma, Oishika Sarkar and Tithi Paul, the students of Computer Science and Engineering Department have conceptualized an idea to develop a sensor based on traffic detection and resolution system by using detour discovery and calculation algorithms to determine which road will be better to take.

  14. Implementation of CNN to recognize handwritten documents

    Akash Gupta, Anuskha Maity, Ashwani Kumar Singh (3rd Year), Subayu Bose have developed a concept which focuses on the theory of text recognition from handwritten documents and represent the document in system-based fonts.

  15. Portable oxygen delivery system in Wheel Chairs

    Ayan Bag, Biswadeep Mukherjee, Sayak Roy and Joydeep Roychowdhury has developed an idea where oxygen supply will be ensured always and thereafter it is embedded in the Wheel Chair itself so that there’s no requirement of carrying the oxygen supplying device along with the Wheel Chair. 

  16. Kinetic road

    Swarnajyoti Pal, Kashmita nath Sarkar, Saheli Kundu, Sourja Chowdhury, Debadri Saha, Tarun kanti Dutta has conceptualized an idea of generating electricity from the vehicular motions in a road by using piezoelectric sensors.