Webinar on Micro-Grid and its Opportunities

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, FET, organized a webinar on 'Microgrid and its Opportunities' on 2st September 2021 recently as part of the International Event conducted by the Department to commemorate the Silver Jubilee Year of the University. The guest speaker of the day was Dr. Ramesh C. Bansal, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Sharjah, UAE. Prof. (Dr.) Leena G., Head, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department delivered the welcome address emphasizing the importance of Microgrids in the present scenario.

The speaker Dr. Ramesh C. Bansal has more than 25 years of diversified experience in teaching, research, accreditation, industry, and academic leadership in several foreign Universities like the University of Queensland, Australia, University of Pretoria, South Africa, and University of the South Pacific, Fiji.


Prof Bansal gave an overview of the microgrid and its opportunities for grid-connected, off-grid, and island mode systems. He also provided insights about the role that microgrids play and the services they can provide, and discussed case studies that demonstrate real examples in the field.

The lecture proved to be beneficial for the participants specifically for the students/academicians/research scholars working in the area of renewable energy systems. He encouraged the participants to explore new ideas and come up with the latest research proposals in the area related to Smart Grids and their control.


participants joined the Webinar

The session was coordinated by Dr. Ashish Grover, faculty from the EEE department. Around 78 participants joined the Webinar and the event concluded with a question-answer session. The e-Certificates were also provided to the participants.

“Lecture on Smart Grid Analytics"

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an online expert lecture on MS Teams on the topic “Smart Grid Analytics” by Dr. Sindhu Suresh, Adjunct Professor, at Columbia University, New York City, (USA) on August 31st, 2022.

Dr. Sindhu gave a motivating lecture on the different components of the Smart grid, its evolution, challenges in big data architecture and analytics the importance of collecting data from the grid and its effective utilization for studying the behavior as well as forecasting the energy usage of a region. Around 30 students attended the Lecture


AICTE approved STC on 'Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analysis for Electrical Engineering' organized by NITTR Chandigarh (in Collaboration with MathWorks)


The Short-term Course was intended for the PG Students, faculty Members and technical staff of the University.

The total number of registrations was 43 out of which 40 participants completed the course successfully. The Nodal Centre was created in Seminar Room (A Block Ground floor Room No. AG25) and was broadcasted using Google meet and Google Classroom.

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering under the aegis of Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, Faridabad, was the Nodal centre for AICTE approved STC on 'Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analysis for Electrical Engineering' organized by NITTR Chandigarh (in Collaboration with MathWorks) from 7th to 11th March, 2022.

The resource persons were Prof. Lini Mathew, Dr. Ritula Thakur and Dr. Shimi S.L., from NITTTR, Chandigarh, Dr. Reji Bhuvanendran, Directorate of Census Operations, Chandigarh, Dr. Nishant Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, Pratyush Roy and Monalisa Pal, MathWorks, USA, Mr. M. M. Zafar, MathWorks, Design Tech Systems Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Mr. Roger Alves de Oliveira, LTU, Sweden.


AICTE approved STC


NITTR Chandigarh

The Outcomes of the STC were:

  • The participants were able to analyse the big data of Smart Grid.
  • The participants were able to analyse algorithms of Neural Networks.
  • The participants were able to write a MATLAB and Python program for harmonic analysis.
  • The participants were able to recall concepts of statistics, correlation and regression.
  • The participants were able to handle time series data for prediction and handle big data files using MATLAB.
  • The participants were able to learn data pre-processing and the concept of supervised and unsupervised learning.
  • The participants got hands-on experience on simulation of AI based adaptive control techniques for grid integrated solar energy conversion systems.
  • The participants were able to illustrate unsupervised deep learning and analysis of harmonic variation patterns using big data obtained from EV charging.
  • The participants were able to analyse the big data of Smart Grid.

The Coordinator for STC was Dr Shimi S. L., Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, NITTTR Chandigarh and Nodal Centre at MRIIRS was coordinated by Dr. Richa Adlakha, Assistant Professor, EEE Dept., Faculty of Engineering and Technology.


Webinar on Study Microelectronics with University of New Castle, Australia

In the series of the webinars, International Education Centre organized a webinar on the field of microelectronics and the possibilities and opportunities in the field. The audience comprised Electrical Engineering students of MRIIRS.The expert guest of the day was Prof. Rishad Shafik from Newcastle University, a renowned academician in the field of Microelectronics.


He talked about different academicians working in the university who are well-renowned around the globe and focused on certain chips enabled with Artificial Intelligence designed at the university under certain research activities. World Class facility for students to work in lab and free of cost individual facility is provided by the university free of cost for the students to work on the projects.

The university has been known around for the following:

  • Deal with the variability of product challenge in the field.
  • Produce tools and methods that allow designing hardware in an automated way.
  • Energy modulated Computing and projects related to Progressive Intelligence is taken up.

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