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1. Introduction 1.1. Background 1.2. Departments 1.3. Academic Programmes 1.4. Course numbering scheme 2. Category-wise Credit Requirements 2.1. B.Tech 2.2. M.Tech 3. B.Tech Course Curriculum 3.1. Chemical Engineering 3.2. Computer Science & Engineering 3.3. Electrical Engineering 3.4. Mechanical Engineering 4. M.Tech (2-year) Course Curriculum 4.1. Chemical Engineering 4.2. Civil Engineering 4.2.1. Geotechnical Engineering 4.2.2. Structural Engineering 4.3. Computer Science & Engineering 4.4. Electrical Engineering 4.4.1. Communication and Signal Processing 4.4.2. Microelectronics and VLSI 4.4.3. Power Electronics and Power Systems 4.5. Materials Science & Engineering 4.6. Mechanical Engineering 4.6.1. Design 4.6.2. Manufacturing 4.6.3. Thermo-fluid 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 5 5 8 11 14 17 17 18 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 24 25 25 26 27

5. M.Tech (3-year) Course Curriculum 6. M.Sc Course Curriculum 6.1. Chemistry 6.2. Physics 7. Ph.D Course Curriculum 8. Minors 9. Advanced Level Fractional Credit Courses 10. Course Descriptions 10.1. Common Courses 10.2. Department of Biotechnology/Biomedical 10.3. Department of Chemical Engineering 10.4. Department of Chemistry 10.5. Department of Civil Engineering 10.6. Department of Computer Science and Engineering 10.7. Department of Electrical Engineering 10.8. Department of Liberal Arts 10.9. Department of Materials Science & Engineering 10.10. Department of Mathematics 10.11. Department of Mechanical Engineering 10.12. Department of Physics

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1. Introduction

1.1. Background

Inventions and innovations are key words on which the foundation of IIT Hyderabad is based. These are also key drivers for the vision of IIT Hyderabad. Our endeavour is to create an institute that will provide a space for free and uninhibited thinking, a space where faculty and students can experiment with novel ideas without the fear of failure. It is our firm belief that such an ambience will foster highest level of research: blue sky research as well as developmental research leading to proof of concepts and prototypes.

1.2. Departments

The Institute is organised into the following departments: Department of Biotechnology/Biomedical Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Chemistry Department of Civil Engineering Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Liberal Arts Department of Materials Science & Engineering Department of Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Department of Physics

1.3. Academic Programmes

Currently, the Institute is running the following Degree Programmes: B.Tech. Programs (4 Year) o Chemical Engineering o Computer Science & Engineering o Electrical Engineering o Mechanical Engineering M.Tech. Programs (2 Year) o Chemical Engineering o Civil Engineering Structural Engineering Geotechnical Engineering o Computer Science & Engineering o Electrical Engineering Communication and Signal Processing MicroElectronics

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Power and Control Materials Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering Design Manufacturing Thermo-fluid M.Tech. Programs (3 Year) M. Sc (2 Year) o Chemistry o Physics Ph.D. Programmes o Biotechnology/Biomedical o Chemical Engineering o Chemistry o Civil Engineering o Computer Science & Engineering o Electrical Engineering o Liberal Arts o Materials Science & Engineering o Mathematics o Mechanical Engineering o Physics o o

1.4. Course numbering scheme

Normally every course at IIT Hyderabad runs for the full length of the semester. Each course is denoted by six alpha-numerals course number, two alphabets followed by four numerals:

Code of the department offering the course.

Level of course: 1 to 4 for B.Tech 1st to 4th year; 5 & 6 for M.Tech/M.Sc; 7 & 8 for Ph.D Unique identification code for the course

Nature of course: 0-theory; 1-lab; 2-design; 3combined theory and lab; 4-combined design and tutorial/lab; 5-project /thesis; 6-seminar

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2. Category-wise Credit Requirements

2.1. B.Tech

Code BSC BES AES DCT DCL DCE LAE FRE MNC MNE DHC DHP Basic sciences

Category

Recommended 30 ­ 40 10 ­ 15 10 ­ 15 40 ­ 60 15 ­ 30 10 ­ 20 10 ­ 20 3 ­ 10 Total Credits 156 - 160

Optional -

Basic engineering skills Advanced engineering skills Departmental core theory Departmental core laboratory Departmental electives Liberal Arts electives Free electives Minor core Minor elective Honours coursework Honours project

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2.2. M.Tech

Code DCT DCL DCE FRE SEM THE Category Departmental core theory Departmental core lab Departmental electives Free electives Seminar Thesis Total Credits 3 2 30 60 - 62 25 - 27 Recommended

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3. B.Tech Course Curriculum

3.1. Chemical Engineering

SEMESTER - I No. PH1010 CY1010 MA1010 ID1011 ID1021 ID1035 PH1031 CY1031 Physics I Environmental Chemistry Maths I Concepts in Engineering Design Engineering Practice Independent Project Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Title Credits 4 3 4 4 4 1 2 2

SEMESTER - II No. PH1020 CY1020 MA1020 BO1020 ME1020 ID1061 ID1071 Physics II Dynamics of Chemical Systems Maths II Concepts in Life Sciences Engineering Mechanics Computational Engineering Mechanical Engineering Practice Title Credits 4 3 4 3 4 3 4

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SEMESTER - III No. CH2xx0 CH2xx0 CH2xx0 LA2xx0 MA2040 CH2xx1 Chemical Technology Material and Energy Balances Applied Chemistry Liberal Arts Elective 1 Maths III Applied Chemistry Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 3 3 2

SEMESTER - IV No. CH2xx0 CH2xx0 CH2xx0 CH5060 LA2xx0 CH2xx1 Title Chemical Eng Thermodynamics Momentum Transfer Mechanical Operations Computational Techniques Liberal Arts Elective 2 Mom Tr/Mech Op Lab Credits 4 4 4 3 3 2

SEMESTER - V No. CH3xx0 CH3xx0 CH3xx0 CH3/5xx0 CH3xx1 Heat Transfer Mass Transfer Chemical Reaction Eng Core Elective I HT/MT Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 3 2

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SEMESTER - VI No. CH3xx0 CH3xx0 CH3/5xx0 CH3/5xx0 CH3xx5 CH3xx1 Title Process Control and Instrumentation Separation Processes Core Elective 2 Core Elective 3 Mini-project PC/CRE Lab Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - VII No. CH4xx0 CH4xx0 LA4xx0 xxxxx0 CH4xxx Biochemical Engineering Environmental Engineering Liberal Arts Elective 3 Free Elective 1 Chemical Engineering Design and Innovation Title Credits 3 3 3 3 5

SEMESTER - VIII No. CH4/5xx0 CH4/5xx0 xxxxx0 LA4xx0 CH4xxx CH4xx1 Core Elective 4 Core Elective 5 Free Elective 2 Liberal Arts Elective 4 Professional Ethics Process Simulation Lab Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2 2

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3.2. Computer Science and Engineering

SEMESTER - I No. PH1010 CY1010 MA1010 ID1011 ID1021 ID1035 PH1031 CY1031 Physics I Environmental Chemistry Maths I Concepts in Engineering Design Engineering Practice Independent Project Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Title Credits 4 3 4 4 4 1 2 2

SEMESTER - II No. PH1020 CY1020 MA1020 BO1020 ID1071 ID1061 CS1010 Physics II Dynamics of Chemical Systems Maths II Concepts in Life Sciences Engineering Drawing Computational Engineering Discrete Maths for CS Title Credits 4 3 4 3 3 3 4

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SEMESTER - III No. CS2010 EE2040 MA2020 LA2xx0 CS2011 EE2141 Title Data Structures and Algorithms Digital System Design Maths 3 (Probability and Numerical Methods) Liberal Arts Elective 1 Data Structures and Programming Lab Digital Systems Lab Credits 4 4 4 3 2 2

SEMESTER - IV No. CS2020 CS2030 CS2040 CS2050 LA2xx0 CS2051 Title Design and Analysis of Algorithms Theory of Computation Principles of Programming Languages Computer Organization Liberal Arts Elective 2 Computer Organization & Microprocessor Lab Credits 4 4 4 4 3 2

SEMESTER - V No. CS3010 CS3020 CSxxx0 LAxxx0 CS3011 CS3021 Title Introduction to Database Systems Language Translators Core Elective 1 Liberal Arts Elective 3 Database Systems Lab Language Translators Lab Credits 4 4 4 3 2 2

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SEMESTER - VI No. CS3030 CS3040 CS5xx0 CS5xx0 CS3031 CS3041 Operating Systems Computer Networks Core Elective 2 Core Elective 3 Operating Systems Lab Networks Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 4 2 2

SEMESTER - VII No. CS4010 LA4xx0 xxxxx0 CS4011 Software Engineering Liberal Arts Elective 4 Free Elective 1 Software Engineering Lab Option I CS4025 BTech Project (Stage-1) Option II CS4035 Mini Project 3 3 Title Credits 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ VIII No. CS4xx0 Professional Ethics Option I CS4045 BTech Project (Stage-2) Option II CS5xx0 CS5xx0 CS4055 10 Core Elective 4 Core Elective 5 Mini Project 4 4 4 IIT Hyderabad 12 Title Credits 2

3.3. Electrical Engineering

SEMESTER ­ I No. PH1010 CY1010 MA1010 ID1011 ID1021 ID1035 PH1031 CY1031 Physics I Environmental Chemistry Maths I Concepts in Engineering Design Engineering Practice Independent Project Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Title Credits 4 3 4 4 4 1 2 2

SEMESTER - II No. PH1020 CY1020 MA1020 BO1020 ID1061 EE2010 ID1071 Physics II Dynamics of Chemical Systems Maths II Concepts in Life Sciences Computational Engineering Electrical and Magnetic Circuits Engineering Drawing Title Credits 4 3 4 3 3 4 3

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SEMESTER - III No. EE2060 EE2030 EE2040 LA2xx0 MA2010 EE2011 EE2031 Networks and Systems Digital Systems Electromagnetic Energy Conversion Liberal Arts Elective 1 Maths III Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Digital Systems Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 3 3 2 2

SEMESTER - IV No. EE2070 EE3300 EE2080 EE2020 LA2xx0 EE2071 EE2021 Analog Circuits Digital Signal Processing Solid State Devices Microprocessors and Computer Organization Liberal Arts Elective 2 Analog Circuits Lab Microprocessors Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 4 3 2 2

SEMESTER - V No. EE3110 EE3210 EE3310 EE3320 EE2021 EE2041 Digital Circuits Power Electronics Probability & Random Processes Communication Systems Communications & DSP Machines Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 4 2 2

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SEMESTER - VI No. EE3220 EE3230 EE3350 EE3/5xx0 EE3525 EE3111 Control Engineering Power System Practice Electromagnetic Fields Core Elective 1 Mini ­ Project VLSI Lab Title Credits 4 3 3 3 2 2

SEMESTER - VII No. EE3/5xx0 EE3/5xx0 xxxxx0 LAxxx0 EE3221 Core Elective 2 Core Elective 3 Free Elective 1 Liberal Arts Elective 3 Control Lab Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - VIII No. LAxxx0 EE4/5xx0 EE4/5xx0 xxxxx0 EE4006 Liberal Arts Elective 4 Core Elective 4 Core Elective 5 Free Elective 2 Professional Ethics Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2

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4.4. Mechanical Engineering

SEMESTER ­ I No. PH1010 CY1010 MA1010 ID1011 ID1021 ID1035 PH1031 CY1031 Physics I Environmental Chemistry Maths I Concepts in Engineering Design Engineering Practice Independent Project Physics Lab Chemistry Lab Title Credits 4 3 4 4 4 1 2 2

SEMESTER ­ II No. PH1020 CY1020 MA1020 BO1020 ME1210 ID 1061 ID1071/81 /91 Physics II Dynamics of Chemical Systems Maths II Concepts in Life Sciences Engineering Mechanics Computational Engineering Mechanical Engineering Practice Title Credits 4 3 4 3 4 3 4

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SEMESTER ­ III No. ME2110 ME2120 EE2010 LA2xx0 MA2040 EE2011 Mechanics of Solids Thermodynamics Basic Electrical & Electronics Engg. Liberal Arts Elective 1 Maths III Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Title Credits 4 4 4 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ IV No. ME2210 ME2220 ME2230 MS5060 LA2xx0 ME2411 Fluid Mechanics Kinematics & Dynamics of Machinery Manufacturing Science -1 Material Science & Metallurgy Liberal Arts Elective 2 Mechanical Engineering Lab I Title Credits 4 4 4 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ V No. ME3110 ME3120 ME3130 ME3140 ME3311 Heat and Mass Transfer Manufacturing Science -2 Design of Machine Elements IC Engines Mechanical Engineering Lab II Title Credits 4 4 4 3 2

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SEMESTER ­ VI No. ME3210 ME3220 ME3413 ME3230 ME3425 ME3431 Instrumentation & Control Production Engineering Machine Drawing & Solid Modelling Turbo Machines Project 1/Mini-project Mechanical Engineering Lab III Title Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ VII No. ME4110 ME4120 ME4/5xx0 LA4xx0 ME4311 CAD Modeling & Simulation Core Elective 1 Liberal Arts Elective 3 Mechanical Engineering Lab IV Title Credits 4 4 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ VIII No. ME4/5xx0 xxxxx0 xxxxx0 LA4xx0 xx4xx0 Core Elective 2 Free Elective 1 Free Elective 2 Liberal Arts Elective 4 Professional Ethics Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2

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4. M.Tech (2-year) Course Curriculum

4.1. Chemical Engineering

SEMESTER ­ I No. CH5010 CH5030 CH5050 xx5xx0 CHxxx0 CH5516 Title Advance Chemical Reaction Engineering Advance Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Computational Methods for Engineers Free Electives Departmental Elective Seminar Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

*Students should select total 4 theory courses, covering core, departmental and free electives

SEMESTER - II No. CH5020 CH5040 xx5xx0 CH5525 CH6101 Title Advance Transport Phenomena Advance Process Control Departmental Electives Thesis (Stage-I) Advance Chemical Engineering Lab Credits 3 3 3 3 2

*Students should select total 4 theory courses, covering core and free electives . Note: 1. Students need to select minimum 3 core courses out of 5 irrespective of 1st /IInd semester. 2. As a free elective, Students can choose departmental elective also. 3. One can choose more electives from other departments if approved by thesis supervisor. 4. Thesis supervisor will be assigned only after 1st Semester.

SEMESTER - III No. CH5535 CH5511 Title Thesis (Stage-II) Simulation Lab SEMESTER ­ IV No. CH5545 Title Thesis (Stage-III) Credits 15 Credits 12 2

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4.2.1. Civil Engineering (Geotechnical Engineering)

SEMESTER - I No. CE6310 CE6330 CE63/64x0 CE63/64x0 CE6011 Advanced Soil Mechanics Soil Dynamics Elective 1 Elective 2 Computer methods in Civil Engineering Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - II No. CE6300 CE6323 CE63/64xx CE63/64xx CE6006 Title Advanced Foundation Engineering Experimental Soil Mechanics Elective 3 Elective 4 Seminar Credits 3 5 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ III No. CE6015 Master's Thesis Title Credits 14

SEMESTER ­ IV No. CE6025 Master's Thesis Title Credits 16

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4.2.2. Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering)

SEMESTER - I No. CE6110 CE6212 CE61/62x0 CE61/62x0 CE6011 Title Advanced Structural mechanics Advanced Reinforced Concrete Elective 1 Elective 2 Computer methods in Civil Engineering Credits 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - II No. CE6130 CE6131 CE6140 CE61/62xx CE61/62xx CE6006 Finite Element Analysis Finite Element Lab Structural Dynamics Elective 3 Elective 4 Seminar Title Credits 3 2 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER ­ III No. CE6015 Master's Thesis Title Credits 14

SEMESTER ­ III No. CE6025 Master's Thesis Title Credits 16

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4.3. Computer Science & Engineering

SEMESTER - I No. CS6010 CSxxx0 CSxxx0 CSxxx0 CS6011 Title Adv Data Structures & Algorithms Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 3 Adv Programming Lab Credits 4 4 4 4 2

SEMESTER - II No. CSxxx0 CSxxx0 CSxxx0 CSxxx0 CS6026 Elective 4 Elective 5 Elective 6 Elective 7 MTech Seminar Title Credits 4 4 4 4 2

SEMESTER ­ III No. CS6035 M.Tech. Project (Stage-1) Title Credits 12

SEMESTER ­ IV No. CS6045 M.Tech. Project (Stage-2) Title Credits 12

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4.4.1. Electrical Engineering (Communications and Signal Processing)

SEMESTER - I No. EE5310 EE5300 EE5320 EE5xx0 EE5321 EE5301 Title Probability and Random Processes Digital Signal Processing Digital Communications Core Elective 1 Communications Lab DSP Lab SEMESTER ­ II No. EE5330 EE5340 EE5xx0 EE5xx0 EE5305 Title Information Theory and Coding Communication Network & Systems Core Elective 2 Core Elective 3 Thesis (Stage I) SEMESTER ­ III No. EE5xx0 EE5xxx EE6315 Core Elective 4 Self Study Thesis (Stage II) SEMESTER ­ IV No. EE6325 Thesis (Stage III) Title Credits 15 Title Credits 3 2 10 Credits 3 3 3 3 2 Credits 3 3 3 3 2 2

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4.4.2. Electrical Engineering (Microelectronics and VLSI)

SEMESTER - I No. EE5110 EE5300 EE5120 EE5xx0 EE5111 EE5301 Title Semiconductor Devices & Modelling Digital Signal Processing VLSI Technology Core Elective 1 Device Simulation Lab DSP Lab SEMESTER ­ II No. EE5130 EE5140 EE5xx0 EE5131 EE5121 EE5105 Analog IC Design Digital IC Design and Verification Core Elective 2 VLSI Design Lab Microelectronics Lab Thesis (Stage I) SEMESTER ­ III No. EE5xx0 EE6115 Core Elective3 Thesis (Stage II) SEMESTER ­ IV No. EE6xxx Thesis (Stage III) Title Credits 15 Title Credits 3 10 Title Credits 3 3 3 2 2 2 Credits 3 3 4 3 2 2

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4.4.3. Electrical Engineering (Power Electronics and Power Systems)

SEMESTER - I No. EE5200 EE5210 EE5220 EE5xx0 EE5201 EE5211 Title Steady State Power Systems Analysis Power Converter Design Advanced Control Systems Core Elective 1 Power Systems Lab DSP Lab SEMESTER ­ II No. EE5230 EE5240 EE5xx0 EE5xx0 EE5205 Title Power Systems Dynamics & Control electrical Machine Analysis & Control Core Elective 2 Core Elective 3 Thesis (Stage I) SEMESTER ­ III No. EE5xx0 EE6211 EE6215 Core Elective3 Power Electronics & Machines Lab Thesis (Stage II) SEMESTER ­ IV No. EE6225 Thesis (Stage III) Title Credits 15 Title Credits 3 2 10 Credits 3 3 3 3 2 Credits 3 3 3 3 2 2

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4.5. Material Science & Engineering

SEMESTER - I No. MS5010 MS5050 MS5090 MS5611 MS5516 Properties of Materials Advanced Physical Metallurgy Advanced Materials - Synthesis & Characterization (Theory) Materials Synthesis & Characterization (Laboratory) Seminar Title Credits 3 3 3 2 2

SEMESTER ­ II No. MS5020 MS5040 MS5080 xxxxx0 MS5621 Electron Microscopy Thermo Mechanical Processing of Materials Thin Film Technology Free Elective Lab II Title Credits 3 3 3 3 4

SEMESTER ­ III No. MS5110 MS5715 Title Scientific Writing and Ethics in Research Thesis: Stage I Credits 1 14

SEMESTER ­ IV No. MS5725 Thesis: Stage II Title Credits 16

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4.6.1. Mechanical Engineering (Design)

SEMESTER - I No. ME5010 ME5110 ME5120 ME5130 ME5411 Title Mathematical Methods for Engineers Advanced Mechanics of Solids Dynamics and Vibration Finite Element Method Design Engineering Core Lab I Credits 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - II No. ME5610 ME5620 ME5630 ME5/7xx0 ME5/7xx0 ME5911 Fracture Mechanics Mechatronic Systems Nonlinear Oscillation Core Elective 1 Core Elective 2 Design Engineering Core Lab II Title Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

* Students may register for any 4 of the 5 theory courses

SEMESTER ­ III No. ME6106 ME6005 Seminar M.Tech. Project (Stage-1) Title Credits 2 14

SEMESTER ­ IV No. ME6505 M.Tech. Project (Stage-2) Title Credits 16 25

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4.6.2. Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing)

SEMESTER - I No. ME5010 ME5210 ME5220 ME5130 ME5411 ME5330 ME5471 Title Mathematical Methods for Engineers CAD in Manufacturing Material Removal Process Option-1 Finite Element Method Design Engineering Core Lab I Option-2 Computational Fluid Dynamics Thermo-Fluid Engineering Core Lab I 3 2 3 2 Credits 3 3 3

SEMESTER - II No. ME5710 ME5720 ME5730 ME5/7xx0 ME5/7xx0 ME5941 CNC & Part Programming Advanced Material Joining Processes Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing Core Elective 1 Core Elective 2 Manufacturing Engineering Core Lab Title Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

* Students may register for any 4 of the 5 theory courses

SEMESTER ­ III No. ME6106 ME6005 Seminar M.Tech. Project (Stage-1) Title Credits 2 14

SEMESTER ­ IV No. ME6505 M.Tech. Project (Stage-2) Title Credits 16

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4.6.3. Mechanical Engineering (Thermo-fluid)

SEMESTER - I No. ME5010 ME5310 ME5320 ME5330 ME5471 Title Mathematical Methods for Engineers Viscous Fluid Flow Advanced Heat Transfer Computational Fluid Dynamics Thermo-Fluid Engineering Core Lab I Credits 3 3 3 3 2

SEMESTER - II No. ME5810 ME5820 ME5830 ME5/7xx0 ME5/7xx0 ME5971 Title Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Turbulence Compressible Fluid Flow Core Elective 1 Core Elective 2 Thermo-Fluid Engineering Core Lab II Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2

* Students may register for any 4 of the 5 theory courses

SEMESTER ­ III No. ME6106 ME6005 Seminar M.Tech. Project (Stage-1) Title Credits 2 14

SEMESTER ­ IV No. ME6505 M.Tech. Project (Stage-2) Title Credits 16 27

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5. M.Tech (3-year) Course Curriculum

The following is the course structure for M.Tech (3-year) programme: SEMESTER ­ I No. xx5xx0 xx5xx0 xx5xx1 Core Theory 1 Core Theory 2 Core Lab 1 Title Credits 4 4 2

SEMESTER - II No. xx5xx0 xx5xx0 xx5xx1 Core Theory 3 Elective 1 Core Lab 2 Title Credits 4 3 2

SEMESTER - III No. xx6xx0 xx6xx0 xx6xx0 Core Theory 4 Core Theory 5 Elective 2 Title Credits 4 4 3

SEMESTER - IV No. xx6xx0 xx6xx0 xx6xx6 xx6xx5 Core Theory 6 Elective 3 Seminar Thesis Title Credits 4 3 2 2 29

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SEMESTER - V No. xx6xx5 Thesis Title Credits 12

SEMESTER - VI No. xx6xx5 Thesis Title Credits 11

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6. M.Sc Course Curriculum

6.1. Chemistry

SEMESTER ­ I No. CY5010 CY5110 CY5210 CY5220 CY5011 CY5111 Title Stereochemistry, Reaction Mechanism and Aromaticity Concepts in Inorganic Chemistry Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics Solid State Chemistry Organic Chemistry Practicals Inorganic Chemistry Practicals SEMESTER - II No. CY5020 CY5120 CY5230 CY5130 CY7410 CY5211 Title Advanced Organic Chemistry of Multiple Bonds Coordination Chemistry Statistical Thermodynamics & Surface Science Main Group Chemistry Spectroscopy & Applications Physical Chemistry Practicals SEMESTER - III No. CY6110 CY6210 CY6010 CY6220 CY6015 CY7010 Title Metals in Biological Systems Separation Techniques and Dynamic Electrodics Synthetic Methodology in Organic Chemistry Physical Methods in Chemistry Project I Chemistry of Natural Products and Biomolecules Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 31 Credits 3 3 3 3 3 2 Credits 3 3 3 3 2 2

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SEMESTER ­ IV No. CY6230 CY7210 CY7110 CY6015 Theoretical Chemistry Elective I Elective II Project II Title Credits 3 3 3 6

6.2. Physics

SEMESTER ­ I No. PH5110 PH5120 PH5130 PH5140 PH5101 Classical Mechanics Mathematical Physics - I Quantum Mechanics - I Electronics Lab-I SEMESTER - II No. PH5210 PH5220 PH5230 PH5240 PH5250 PH5211 Electrodynamics Mathematical Physics-II Quantum Mechanics-II Statistical Mechanics Modern Optics Lab-II Title Credits 3 3 3 3 3 4 Title Credits 3 3 3 3 4

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SEMESTER - III No. PH5310 PH5320 PH5330 PH63x0 PH5315 PH5311 Solid State Physics Particle Physics Experimental Techniques Elective ­ I Project Lab -III SEMESTER ­ IV No. PH64x0 PH64x0 PH5415 PH5416 Elective - II Elective-III Project Seminar Title Credits 3 3 9 2 Title Credits 3 3 3 3 2 4

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7. Ph.D Course Curriculum

The following is the course structure for Ph.D programme: SEMESTER ­ I No. xx7xxx xx7xxx xx7xxx Elective 1 Elective 2 Elective 3 Title Credits 3 3 3

SEMESTER - II No. xx7xxx Elective 4 Title Credits 3

* with prior approval, the courses may be also be distributed as 2+2 or 1+3 across Semesters I & II

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8. Minors

Minor option for BTech students aims to facilitate acquisition of multiple skill sets by offering a wider spectrum of courses from various academic entities. The following are some minors currently being offered at IITH: COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING No. CS3019 CS3029 CS4039 CS4xx9 Title Data Structures and Algorithms Design and Analysis of Algorithms Introduction to Database Systems Elective Credits 3 3 3 3

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING No. EE6310 EE2040 EE5420 EExxx0 Title Image and video processing Electromagnetic Energy Conversion VLSI Technology Elective Credits 3 3 3 3

LIBERAL ARTS (ECONOMICS) No. LA4010 LA4020 LA4030 LA4040 Macroeconomics Industrial Organization Basic Econometrics and Forecasting Financial Econometrics Title Credits 3 3 3 3

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PHYSICS No. PH3102 PH3202 PH4102 PH4202 Quantum Physics Solid State Physics Elective-I Elective ­II Title Credits 3 3 3 3

Electives available: (1) Fundamentals of MEMS fabrication (2) Physics & Technology of Thin Films (3) Physics & Applications of Advanced Functional Materials (4) Biological Physics (5) Semiconductor Physics & Devices

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9. Advanced Level Fractional Credit Courses

In addition to the courses offered by various departments, IITH also offers Advanced level fractional credit courses covering a wider spectrum of subjects. These courses have significant contribution from the external scientific & industrial community and are open to the whole Institute. Some of the courses offered are:

Empowering 3 billion by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Global Challenges, Dynamics of global technical manifestations, Distinctive profile for the Nations of the World in 2030, Out of box technical ideas needed to meet the distinctive profile of nations of the world 2030, PURA (Providing Urban amenities to Rural Areas) and PURA Activated. Cyber Physical Systems by Dr. Rajalakshmi & CPS [email protected] Introduction to CPS, Implementation considerations of wireless network control systems, Design principles of wireless networks protocols for control & monitoring applications, Applications Green communication technologies, Smart cellular networks, Smart grids, Robotics, Health care, Smart structures/buildings, Intelligent transport systems. Data Management & Computing on the Cloud by Dr. S. Seshadri This course will reflect on advances in cloud computing that have allowed data management systems to handle several petabytes of data and analyse what other advances are required in the future. Students are assumed to have a background of File Systems and Database Management Systems. Trends in Storage Systems by Dr. Preetam Patil Following are some of the specific topics that will be covered in this course: Data protection (RAID, mirroring and backups), Storage area networks (SANs), Network Attached Storage, Storage efficiency (compression and de-duplication), Storage virtualization, Cluster/distributed file systems, Recent advancements and challenges in storage systems. Mobile Application Development by Mr. Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan Applications ­ location based, Mapping, Media, Social, Games. Operators, Devises, OS's. Model driven approach ­ The Application structure, business logic, and GUI. Widely used Mobile platforms ­ Android, iOS, Blackberry, Meego, Symbian, Windows, Bada, Java. Web applications for Mobile. Native applications for mobile ­ taking advantage of device capabilities ­ accelerometers, GPS, NFC, hardware rendering etc. Design considerations. Performance considerations. The Adobe AIR platform. Cognitive Radio by Dr. Zafar Ali Khan & CPS [email protected] . This course provides an introduction to cognitive radios, a new type of radio that will be capable of cooperatively adapting transmission modes, channels, and protocols to Courses of Study 39

make the best use of the available spectrum. Such radios will include wideband receivers and transmitters, with many of their functions implemented in software, rather than hardware, to enable greater flexibility. While the most commonly cited example of uses of such radios is sharing of under-used portions of the spectrum with licensed (primary) users, the basic technology also can lead to improved uses of the ISM bands. In addition, the cooperative and adaptive nature of the radios has large consequences for jamming/anti-jamming in military communications, representing both a threat to current systems and an opportunity for their evolution to more secure modes. The course provides a background in the technology that makes these radios possible as well as providing guidance on their benefits in multiple access systems.

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10. Course Descriptions

10.1. Common Courses

ID1011 Concepts in Engineering Introducing students to various concepts of engineering through practical case studies of products like Mobile and air craft through description of engineering fundamentals on material, electronics, electrical, controls, HMT, fluidics, manufacturing etc. ID1021 Engineering Practice Workshop: Introduction to wood work: hand tools & various operations. Introduction to pattern making: types of patterns, allowances etc. Introduction to bench work & fitting: tools & operations. Engineering Drawing: Introduction of drawing instruments. lettering, lines and dimensioning. Construction of simple geometrical figures. Simple orthographic projections, first and third angle. Missing views and lines. Isometric views. Projection of points and lines. Projection of planes and solids. Section of solids. Orthographic projections of simple machine elements. Using half. full sections. Most drawing exercises will be by free-hand in this course. ID1035 Independent Project Familiarize students with basic project work. The theme may be from a selection of broad engineering topics. ID1061 Computational Engineering Problem solving and algorithms. Introduction to C language covering input and output operations, decision control structure, loop control structure, functions & pointers, arrays, strings, structures and unions, file operations. Introduction to data structures. ID1071 Mechanical Engineering Practice Workshop: Introduction to safety measures, introduction to the principles of working, construction, operation, types of cutting tools, selection of cutting speeds and feeds etc. regarding basic machine tools e.g. lathe, shaping, slotting, milling and grinding machines, etc. Introduction to gas and arc welding processes, soldering and brazing. Exercise; Simple jobs on centre lathe and shaping machines and welding. Demonstrations; Slotting, milling and grinding machines.

10.2. Department of Biotechnology/Biomedical

BO1020 Concepts in Life Sciences Objective: To orient engineering undergraduate students toward appreciating the need for Biological knowledge, and to provide them with some needed basic information in the Life Sciences. Courses of Study 41

Course Content: Relevance of Biological Principles to Engineering undergraduates ­ how can the knowledge and application of Biological principles elevate the relevant contributions by engineers? - Water and its special properties of relevance to life Building blocks of life: Bio-molecules and their structure-function aspects - Cell structure and organelles, cell membrane, cellular transport and signaling - How does a cell sustain life? Cell metabolism and its regulation; Cell energetics: harvesting chemical & solar energy - Classical and Molecular genetics ­ principles; Applications of advances in molecular genetics; Introduction to the molecular basis of human diseases: genetic diseases (Huntington's, Down's etc.,), non-infectious diseases (Cancer) and infectious diseases (HIV, Prion diseases etc.) Life adapts into new life forms: Origin of life and Evolution ­ current beliefs - Human physiology, Developmental biology, Behavioural biology ­ some interesting aspects. BO7006 Recent advances in Biotech and Biomed Eng Light microscopy techniques for live cell imaging, David J. Stephens and Victoria J. Allan, Science 300, 82-86, 2003 DNA Damage, Aging, and CancerJan H.J. Hoeijmakers New England Journal Medicine (2009);361:1475; - Creation of a bacterial cell controlled by a chemically synthesized genome. Gibson DG.., Venter JC et al. Science. 2010 Jul 2;329(5987):52-6. Far field optical nanoscopy, Stefan H Hell, Science 316, 1153-158, 2007 Why is cancer drug discovery so difficult? Alexander Kamb, Susan Wee and ChristophLengauer Nature Reviews Drug Discovery (2007); 6: 119 Prions and their lethal journey to the brain. Mabbot and MacPherson. 2006. Nature reviews microbiology. 4, 201-21 Nano-optics in the biological world: Beetles,butterflies, birds, and moths, Mohan Srinivasarao, Chem Rev. 99, 1935-1961, 1999 Jumping genes and epigenetics: Towards new species Rita Rebollo, BéatriceHorard, Benjamin Hubert, Cristina Vieira Gene (2010); 454: 1 Prions of fungi: inherited structures and biological roles. Wickneretal. (2007) Nature reviews Microbiology. 5, 611-618 In vivo bioluminescence imaging for integrated studies of infection, Timothy C doyle, stacy M Burns and Christopher H Contag, Cellular microbiology 6, 303-317, 2004 Antibiotics for Emerging Pathogens Michael A. Fischbach and Christopher T. Walsh Science (2009); 325 (28) 1089 The aging brain. Yankner et al., (2008) Annu. Rev. Pathol. Mech. Dis. 3, 41-66. BO7020 Molecular and Cell Biology of genes and proteins History of Molecular Biology: DNA as the genetic material and its structure-function Cell structure-function: Structural organization of the cell and functional coordination DNA replication: DNA-dependent DNA synthesis - RNA Transcription: DNA-dependent RNA synthesis - Protein Translation: mRNA-directed polypeptide synthesis - Posttranslational modifications in proteins: Glycosylation, acetylation, phosphorylation. Regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes & eukaryotes - Intracellular Protein trafficking and targeting - Protein folding: From amino acid sequence to the 3-D structure, Protein degradation Protein misfolding and diseases: Prion diseases, Amyloid diseases, Prion-like non-Mendelian genetic elements in yeast: The [PSI+] prion, a model 42 IIT Hyderabad

of protein-based genes - Protein quantitation, Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE), Molecular weight estimation, Western blotting, Immunoprecipitation Proteomics: 2D-Gel Electrophoresis, Mass spectrometry, Protein sequencing Peptide arrays - Protein-protein interactions, Co-Immunoprecipitation, Yeast two-hybrid assays - Protein purification: state-of-the-art techniques: Size-exclusion chromatography, Ionexchange, Hydrophobic interaction, and affinity chromatography, HPLC - Protein structure-function characterization: Spectropolarimetry, Fluorescence spectroscopy BO7040 Advanced Biochemistry and Genetic Engineering Protein-Ligand interaction: single, multiple and cooperative ligand binding; Langmuir isotherm, scatchard plot, Hill plot; Approaches to study protein-ligand interactionseparative (equilibrium dialysis and ultracentrifugation) and non-separative (ITC, SPR); Thermodynamics of protein-ligand interaction; Enzyme Catalysis: Enzyme Kinetics; Enzyme inhibition-Types and significance; Classification of Enzymes; Active site; Methods of enzyme assay; Significance of turn-over number, Specific activity; DNA databases: Search gene in Databases using Internet; DNA Isolation Techniques: plasmid and genomic DNA isolation; DNA purification; Physical Analysis of DNA: Electrophoresis; Melting Curve Analysis; DNA probes: Radioactive Labeling; RNA isolation; In vitro Transcription; Reverse transcription; Physical Analysis of RNA: Electrophoresis; RNA secondary structure; Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR); Real time PCR; Multiplex PCR; DNA Sequencing; Site-directed Mutagenesis; Southern, Northern Hybridization and FISH: Probe preparation, Techniques; Engineering DNA: Restriction Endonucleases; Ligase; Modifying DNA Ends; Cloning: Host E.colicells for cloning; Plasmid based E.coli cloning vectors; Cloning into plasmid; Gene delivery and selection methods utilized in Bacteria; Recombinant Protein Expression in Bacteria; HostE.colicells for expression; E.colipromoters; Gene Delivery and Selection Methods in yeast; Recombination-based genetic engineering in Yeast; Yeast Promoters, Yeast Expression Vectors; Recombinant Protein Expression in Yeast; Yeast promoters; GAL induction; yeast one/two/three hybrid. Gene Delivery and Selection Methods in mammalian cells; Mammalian Promoters; Mammalian Expression Vectors; Mammalian two hybrid; Viral vectors; Gene delivery using Viral vectors; Introduction to RNAi; shRNA, siRNA, miRNA; Target selection, screening, delivery; utility of RNAi as experimental tool; Genetic engineering in animals: Recombination-based genetic engineering in mammalian cells; Knock-outs & Knock-ins, Inducible Expression; Tissue specific expression; Genetic Engineering in Plants; Ethical issues related to genetically modified organisms. BO7060 Introduction to Bio-Instrumentation This course is intended to introduce the concepts of origin of signals in biosystems and living organisms, their sensing, detection and meaningful processing for practical diagnostic and imaging applications. Various engineering aspects of the detection, acquisition, processing, and display of signals, biomedical sensors for measurements of biopotentials, ECG, sensors for ions and gases in aqueous solutions, force, displacement, blood pressure and temperature sensors, will be introduced in the first module. Optical detectors like CCDs, Spectrometers, hyperspectral imagers and surface plasmonic sensors also will be discussed. - The second module introduces optical and coherence imaging, interferometry and its applications in biomedical imaging, optical Courses of Study 43

coherence tomography, and various advanced microscopy techniques. - The course includes an overview of various biomedical imaging techniques, from molecular imaging to whole body imaging techniques like PET and SPECT, their underlying fundamental principles and latest research in these areas. BO7080 Introduction to Biophotonics This course is intended to introduce the concepts of biophotonics and interaction of light with biological matter. Biophotonics play a leading role in modern diagnostics, imaging and therapy. This course introduces principles of various biomedical optical imaging devices and techniques, lasers for biomedical applications, light-activated and light-guided therapy and biophotonic devices. This course is offered to newcomers and researchers interested in biophotonics and nanobiophotonics. This is offered as a core for Phd students in dept of Biotechnology/Biomedical Eng as well as an elective for Btech/Mtech students interested in this area. BO7106 Special Topics in Microscopy This course is an advanced research level course aimed at preparing freshers for a proper literature survey and appreciation of the research areas of advanced microscopy. The course consists of lectures, literature survey, group discussions and seminars on the advanced microscopic techniques. For this purpose, certain landmark journal papers in the area of microscopy have been identified, which would be discussed and presented by students in each lecture followed by discussions. Since, it is impossible to summarize the research literature with a few representative articles, students would be encouraged to collect all the related references and bring them up for discussions. The student contributions would be evaluated during each presentation and the question session every day and a minor project report on assigned topic. This is an advanced course offered for PhD students working in the area of biomedical imaging and microscopy.

10.3. Department of Chemical Engineering

CH5010 Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering Reaction Engineering. Overview of reaction engineering & emerging challenges, Stoichiometric table, reaction network analysis, effect of pressure drop on performance of plug flow vessels, energy balance and non-isothermal reactors design, optimal design for exothermic reversible reactions, stability and multiplicity of steady states in CSTR. Non-Ideal reactors. Non ideal flow, RTD of ideal vessels, modeling non ideal flow, conversion from RTD theory, tanks in series model, dispersion model introduction to population balance, application to RTD of CSTR. Solid Catalysts and GasSolid Reactions. Gas-solid reactions, design of fixed bed reactors, shrinking core model, catalyst deactivation, design for deactivating catalysts, fluid bed reactors, design of fluid bed reactors, applications, overview, and Design of slurry and trickle bed reactors. Gas Liquid Reactions. Gas liquid reactions, reaction regimes Prerequisite: Chemical Reaction Engineering

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CH5020 Advanced Transport Phenomena Vectors and tensor algebra and calculus. Viscosity, stress tensor, momentum balance, boundary conditions. Governing equations of fluid mechanics, equations of continuity and motion, dimensional analysis of the equations of change. Time dependent flows, method of similarity solutions, Sturm-Liouville problems. Two-dimensional flows, stream function, limiting cases: creeping flow, inviscid flow, boundary layer theory. Turbulent flow, transition to turbulence, turbulence models. Macroscopic balances. Polymeric liquids.Thermal conductivity, governing equations of heat transfer, energy balance, energy equation. Conduction, forced convection, natural convection, steady heat conduction in laminar flow, unsteady heat conduction. Concentrations, velocities, and mass fluxes, diffusivity. Governing equations of mass transfer, equation of continuity, equations of change for multicomponent systems, diffusion and reaction. Special topics: modeling fluid flows interacting with a flexible, elastic boundary; simultaneous heat and mass transfer. CH5030 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Review of introductory concepts: Work, Heat, Reversible and Irreversible Processes; Equations of State and Generalized Correlations; First Law: Closed and Open Systems, Steady and Transient Processes. Second law and Entropy: Availability and Exergy Analyses, Maxwell Relations and Fluid Properties Estimation; Pure Component Phase Equilibria, Theory of corresponding states, real fluids Equilibrium, Phase Rule, Single component phase diagrams, Introduction to Multicomponent Multiphase equilibrium, Single Phase Mixtures and Solutions: Ideal Solutions; Partial molar quantities; GibbsDuhem Equation; Phase-Rule; Phase Equilibrium Criteria, Non-ideal solutions; Residual and Excess Properties; Fugacity and Activity Coefficient models; Vapour-liquid equilibria (VLE) at low to moderate pressures; Raoult's Law, Henry's law High-Pressure VLE Availability Analysis of processes LLE, Triangular diagrams. Langmuir and BET isotherms; Chemical Reaction Equilibrium: Homogeneous and Heterogeneous reactions; Multireaction Equilibria; Combined Phase and Reaction Equilibria; Basics of stastitical thermodynamics CH5040 Advanced Process Control Introduction to Multivariable systems, Why Multivariable systems are important?, Interaction dynamics and its role on control system design, Multivariable control classical approaches, Structure selection- variable pairing, tuning single loop controllers for MIMO systems, Transmission zeros and transmission zero direction, Advanced control approach, State space representation, Conversion from SS to/from TF, Controllability, Observability, State transfer problem, solution to state transfer problem, pole placement controller design, Design of observer, Kalman filter design, Model (observer) based predictive controllers, LQR/LQG, various MPC schemes. CH5050 Computational Methods for Engineers Applications with Numerical Methods; Linear Algebraic Equations: Gauss-Jordan Elimination w. & w/o pivoting, Gaussian elimination w. backsubstitution, LU Decomposition, Tri-diagonal and Band-diagonal systems, Singular Value Decomposition

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for over-determined systems, Conjugate gradient and Bi-conjugate gradient methods; Curve-fitting and Interpolation: Cubic splines; Non-Linear Algebraic Equations: Bisection, Newton-Raphson; Numerical differentiation and integration; Ordinary Differential Equations: IVP - Runge-Kutta methods, BVP ­ Shooting method; Partial Differential Equations: Flux-conservative IVPs ­ FTCS/Lax method, Diffusive IVPs ­ FTCS/BTCS/Crank-Nicholson, reduced Navier-Stokes equations. CH5511 Simulation Lab ASPEN: Overview and applications of Aspen Plus; Setting up a problem in Aspen Plus, Property analysis and estimation: analysis of properties of pure components and binary mixtures, analysis of thermodynamic diagrams of binary mixtures, estimation of properties of new compounds; Simulation and design of reactors, distillation column; heat exchangers; simulation of simple and complex flow sheets; performing sensitivity analysis; Performing optimization; creating user defined models; analysis of pipeline hydraulics using Aspen Hysys Pipesys. CFD: CFD simulations involved various chemical engineering processes that involved fluid flow, heat transfer and multi-phase systems. An overview of the CFD will be briefed at early lab sessions. The following is the list of case studies that is considered for simulating and analyzing flow system using ANSYS Fluent software: Fluid flow modeling in a hydrocyclone separator - VOF model demonstration by simulating air purging in a vessel - Conjugate heat transfer over a computer chip board - Simulating unsteady heat transfer in steel ladle flow - 2D unsteady flow of power-law fluids over a cylinder - Modeling the Effect of Sedimentation Concentration in a Secondary Clarifier using a UDF - 2D simulation of circulating fluidized bed using E-E model Demonstration of DPM model for dilute particle flow in gas cyclone. CH5516 Seminar Students need to choose a research topic to deliver a seminar. Research topic may be offered by faculty and/or may be chosen by students and get it approved by the instructor. Main objective is to develop skills in literature search, communication and presentations. CH6010 Principles of Cellular Engineering Cellular engineering involves the application of engineering tools and concepts to the study and manipulation of living cells with the ultimate objective of developing novel therapeutic or diagnostic approaches for the clinic or harnessing cellular function for commercial applications. Cellular engineering is necessarily interdisciplinary, combining tools and ideas from the fields of biology, engineering, applied mathematics, physics, and chemistry. Course content: Cell biology and biochemistry fundamentals. Role of chemical engineers in cellular engineering.The circulatory system, vascular biology, platelets, leukocytes, neutrophils, monocytes, endothelial cells. Infection, inflammation, thrombosis. Cell adhesion molecules, selectins, integrins, immunoglobulins, plasma proteins. Protein-protein interactions, binding and unbinding kinetics, stochastic and deterministic models of receptor-ligand interactions. Cell adhesion, effect of shear stress on intercellular interactions, hydrodynamic interactions between cells in the bulk phase and on reactive surfaces, the leukocyte adhesion cascade, multiscale modeling of 46 IIT Hyderabad

shear-dependent selection mediated cell rolling, dynamics of platelet aggregation and adhesion to reactive surfaces under flow. CH6030 Modeling and Simulation Expected Learning for Students: Overall aspects and importance; Knowledge and formulation capability about the dynamics and multiple steady states; Learning to apply overall chemical engineering know-how to model various example systems with multidisciplinary approach.Mass, energy, entropy balances & general modeling issues. Broad overview of tools, methods like ANN, Wavelet, PCA, Genetic Algorithm etc. and general structure/ approach/ steps to build models around a process. Process Dynamics: Phase-plane analysis; Bifurcation; Stability; Linear and non-linear systems. Generalized modeling framework building for some chemical engineering problems: Process analysis; Process objectives; Mathematical representation and Approach for solution for several examples (e.g Stirred tank heater, Complex kinetics modeling, Polymerization reactor, Gas-fired boiler, Transport in Conducting Polymer, Secondary steelmaking process etc.) CH6050 Viscous Fluid Flow Properties of Fluids, Fundamental equations of fluid flow: Derivation of Navier-Stokes, continuity and energy equations, Boundary conditions for viscous flow, Some discussion on potential flows: stream function, potential function, Flow separation, Dimensionless parameters, Laminar boundary layers, similarity solutions: Blasius velocity profile for flow over a flat plate, Transition to turbulence: linear stability analysis, Introduction to Turbulence: RANS equations, modeling, etc. CH6070 Basics of Nanosciences and Nanotechnology Background: Nanosciences and nanotechnology is a rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field at the interface between physics, chemistry, materials science, electronics, and biology. Nanosciences deals with the study of materials that have one of the dimensions less than 100nm and have many properties significantly different as compared to their bulk state. This introductory elective course provides the essential scientific foundation in physics and chemistry of nano-sized materials and processes and molecular biology combined with modules to nanotechnology and its possible commercial exploitation for interested graduate students. Course Contents: Overview of Nanosciences: Important concepts such as size, quantum effect, Moore's law, and etc. Fundamental phenomenon as a function of size and reduced dimensionality, Scaling laws. - Nanomaterials: Different type of nanomaterials, Synthesis of nanomaterials (chemical routes, thermolysis routes, etc.), Properties (Electrical, optical and mechanical) at nano-scale. - Characterization techniques: Beam probe methods (SEM, TEM, EDX, X-ray scattering), Scanning probe methods (STM and AFM), and other techniques (Optical spectroscopy, Chromatography, Light scattering). - Nanotechnology: Various Approaches (Top-down, Bottom-up, Self assembly, self-organization), Nanoengineering (Physics and Chemistry of surfaces), Interface between Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Ethical Issues. Applications of Nanosciences and nanotechnology: Catalysis, Nanofluidics and Nanoelectronics, Bio-sensors, Drug delivery, Tissue Engineering.

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CH6090 Advanced Mineral Processing This course is a full details and comprehensive knowledge of advance aspects of mineral processing, designing and selection of processing equipment and machinery. The following topics are explained in this course: Mineral processing introduction - Process overview, metals vs minerals - Metallurgical accounting, control & simulations - Comminution theory and models of comminution process Mineral liberation - Curshers, design & modeling - Grinding mills, designs & modeling Screening and classification - Dense medium separation - Froth flotation - Dewatering CH6110 Petroleum Refinery Engineering Evaluation and characterization of crude oil: TBP and other distillation tests. Petroleum products, their properties, specification and testing-different properties like flash point, fire point, smoke point, aniline point, carbon residue, kinematic viscosity, pour point, freezing point etc. Petroleum refinery distillation-pre-fractionation and atmospheric distillation of crude.Stabilization of naphtha.Vacuum distillation of RCO.Reforming of naphtha.Other secondary processes like Vis-breaking, Furfural/Phenol/NMP extraction, Solvent dewaxing, propane deasphalting.FCC unit.Hydrotreatment processes in refining: hydro-desulfurisation, hydrofinishing, Hydrocracking. Production of lube oil base stock. CH6200 Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics Non-Newtonian Fluids in engineering practice; Newtonian vs Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics; Non-Newtonian behavior: shear-thinning, shear-thickening, viscoelasticity, stick-slip behavior; Constitutive Model Examples; Review of Basics: Kinematics, RivlinEricksen tensors, Frame Indifference, Basics of Constitutive Theory; (Part 1) Special flows: Streamlines, Pathlines,Streaklines, Curvilineal flows, Viscometric flows (RivlinPipkin definition, Viscometry, flows of incompressible fluids, rectilinear flow in pipes), Monotonous flows (kinematics, flows of simple fluids); (Part 2) Special fluids: Fluids of Complexity n, Fluids of Grade n (Additional boundary conditions required for BVPs, secondary flow in a straight pipe), Fluids of Grade 2 (Unsteady lineal flows, Unsteady plane flows, Steady plane flows, Cannister flows ­ Stability and Instability), Integral fluids, Rate-type fluids, Phenomenological models (Doi-Edwards, etc.); Applications of special fluid models. CH6220 Advanced Soild-Liquid Separations Characterization of particles in liquids; Particle drag and settling rates; Efficiency indices of separation of particles; Coagulation and flocculation; Gravity clarification & thickening; Classification by cyclones; Gravity separations; Separation by centrifugal methods; Filtration-fundamentals, cake washing, cake growth concepts; Pressure filtration; Vacuum filtration; Separator series and networks; Selection of solid-liquid separators. CH6240 Reacting Flows Basic thermodynamics relationships: Evaluation of ideal gas thermodynamics properties using NASA polynomials. Kinetics of gas phase reactions: Calculation of rate 48 IIT Hyderabad

coeffients and equilibrium constants; pressure dependent fall off reactions; third body reactions; Kinetics of heterogeneous reaction: Mean field approximation; calculation of rate coefficients using modified Arrhenius expression; Calculation of equilibrium constant; Numerical methods: Introduction to finite volume analysis; solution of differential algenraic system of equations using third party solvers (eg. LIMEX); Flow through porous media: Dusty gas model (DGM); Reactor modeling: Development of governing equations in 1D and quasi 2D for chemically reacting problems; Laminar premixed and counter flow diffusion flames; PLUG flow reactor model with heterogeneous chemistry; Fixed bed reactor model with heterogeneous chemistry; Correlations: Empirical correlations for mass transfer coefficients; empirical correlations for heat transfer coeffients; Mini project. CH6260 Advanced Topics in Thermodynamics Expected Learning for Students: Overall aspects and importance; Follow/understand the physical reasoning of statistical mechanics treatments; Basic thermodynamic deductions and relations; introduction of non-equilibrium through stability and fluctuations; Local equilibrium applications; Limitsand feasibility of processes. Introduction to statistical mechanics; Boltzmann distribution, Ideal and non-ideal gases; Equilibrium; Black body radiation, Third law, Liquid state, Phase changes and related phenomenon; Stability aspects and fluctuations in equilibrium states Onsagar reciprocal relations; Local equilibrium and related derivatives for diffusion, reactions etc.; Basic aspects of non-linear thermodynamics; Applications of nonequilibrium thermodynamics with examples. CH6280 Mathematical Methods Ordinary Differential Equations: Initial and Boundary Value Problems, Homogeneous Linear Equation, Inhomogeneous Linear Equation, First and Higher Order Nonlinear Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Complex Analysis, Laplace and Fourier Transforms, Introduction to Perturbation Methods: Perturbation Theory, Regular and Singular Perturbations Theory, Asymptotic Matching. CHxxx1 Fundamentals of Microfabrication Background: MEMS technology offers many exciting opportunities in miniaturization of elements in a wide range of applications. MEMS based devices are constantly introduced into new products and new markets are expected to become affected by MEMS technology in the near future. The diversity and complexity of this technology demands a wide knowledge base from a prospect researcher. The goal of this course is to provide the participant the needed background to comprehend existing technology, and the tools to execute MEMS fabrication. Objective: This course is designed as an introduction to the fundamentals of microfabrication technology and its application to the fields of MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) and general microelectronics. Various aspects of MEMS technology and its numerous applications are presented. Course Contents: Introduction to MEMS: C-MEMS, Bio-MEMS - Micro-fabrication Approaches (Additive, Subtractive, Patterning) - Lithography, Etching (dry, wet), PVD, CVD, Ion implantation, LIGA etc. ­ Biomimetics - Scaling Laws and Concept of Miniaturization - Applications, Clean room design and control. Courses of Study 49

CHxxx2 Cardiovascular Mechanics and Hemostasis Overview of Human Physiology, Structure-Function relationships in the body; Cardiovascular System; Heart: Structure, Systole-Diastole; Pressure-Flow relationships in vasculature; Blood vessels: constituents, rheology, influence on blood flow, models available; Blood: constituents, rheology of constituents, blood rheology, models available; Clot: constituents, rheology of constituents, clot rheology, models available; Hemostasis: Role in health, effect on blood rheology, constituents, extrinsic and intrinsic pathways, fibrinolysis, biochemical schematic, reaction-kinetics, models available. CHxxx3 Advanced Separations Processes Adsorption: Concepts and definitions; adsorbents and their preparation and properties; adsorption isotherms and their importance; adsorption types; equipments; adsorption in fixed bed; methods regenerations of adsorbents and basic mathematical modeling. Chromatography separation: Basic principal; different types of chromatographic separation techniques and their application. Membrane separation technique: membrane classification, chemistry, structure and characteristics and preparation; various membrane separations technology such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, dialysis, electrodialysis, gas permeation, pervaoration, liquid membrane and their applications in chemical, biotechnology, food, and biochemical industry. Reactive Distillation: Concept, modeling and design aspects and applications. Supercritical Fluid Extraction: Concept, modeling and design aspects and applications. Biofiltration: Concept, modeling and design aspects and applications.Physical and electrostatic separation Techniques: Filtration, Centrifugal separations, gravity separations, fluidized bed separation and other unit operations. CHxxx4 Heterogeneous Catalysis Heterogeneous Catalysis: Principles of heterogeneous catalysis; engineering properties of catalyst; determination of surface area, pore size and its distribution; kinetics of fluid-solid, non-catalytic and catalytic reactions and kinetic parameters estimations. Preparation and characterization of catalysts. Classification of catalysts; requirements of industrial catalysts and their applications; zeolite and supported metal/ metal oxide catalyst; catalyst preparation and modification techniques: impregnation, decomposition, precipitation, sol-gel, micro-emulsion techniques; different techniques for structural and morphological characterization of catalysts: TPD, XRD, and SEM. CHxxx5 Mesoscopic Simulation using GPU Introduction to graphics processing unit (GPU), Application of GPUs on computer simulations with examples. Introduction to lattice Boltzmann method (LBM). Use of GPU to solve fluid flow problem with LBM. CHxxx6 Multiphase Flow Theory and Modeling This course is a full details and comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of multi-phase flows, theory and modelling. The following topics are explained in this course: Classification of multi-phase flows - Transport processes of a rigid particle - Transport processes of a deformable particle - Transport properties of a suspension flow - Cell 50 IIT Hyderabad

model - Basic equations of multi-phase systems - Methods for modeling multi-phase flows - Two-fluid model concept - Lagrangian frame work model - Algebraic slip mixture model - Eulerian-Eulerian model - Case studies CHxxx7 Chemical Engineering Aspects of Drug Delivery Expected Learning for Students: Overall aspects and importance; Theory, models and approaches in depicting the drug delivery aspects; Mechanistic details and variety of drug delivery modes; Important example to know more about present & future applications. Broad aspects: definitions and importance; a concise introduction to bio-system and biochemistry. Theoretical Aspects: Basic electrochemistry; electrochemical transport (PoissonNernst-Planck, Electroneutraity etc.); diffusion; ionic reactions; Voltammetric techniques and current vs. voltage calculations; Basic nano and microfluidics; Phenomenological modeling. Details of delivery mechanism: Delay and controlled release of drug from materials; Magnetic nano-particle encapsulation; Lipid based carrier development; Polymer applications in implants (e.g. PLA, PEG etc.); Electroactive polymers, micro-actuation, parameter dependent (e.g. pH) property variations and membrane applications; Implantable drug delivery systems; Other biofunctionalization of nano-materials. Some example problems with probable engineering approaches (e.g. drug delivery in diabetes, osteoporosis, tumor etc.)

10.4. Department of Chemistry

CY1010 Environmental Chemistry Environmental behavior of organic/inorganic compounds, Fate of organic/inorganic chemicals in natural and engineered systems, impact on physical-chemical properties of environmentally relevant compounds, Aspects of transformations in the atmosphere. CY1020 Dynamics of Chemical Systems Chemical Kinetics, Concepts of Electrochemistry, Corrosion, Photoelectric effect, Schördinger Wave Equation, Particle in a box, Hydrogen atom, Concept of orbitals, Quantum numbers, Helium atom. CY1031 Laboratory A laboratory course designed to illustrate the fundamental principles of organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. CY5010 Stereochemistry, Reaction Mechanisms and Aromaticity Stereochemistry: Introduction to molecular symmetry and point groups, Stereoselectivity, Reaction mechanisms, Nucleophilic substitution, Aromaticity, Aromatic electrophilic substitution

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CY5011 Organic Chemistry Practicals Syntheses of organic compounds by use of various reactions to impart the student with sufficient knowledge of synthetic organic chemistry. CY5020 Advanced Organic Chemistry of Multiple Bonds Alkenes and alkynes, Pericyclic reactions, Carbonyl compounds CY5110 Concepts in Inorganic Chemistry Atomic structure, nuclear properties, molecular symmetry, bonding in polyatomic molecules, acid- bases and ions in aqueous solution, non aqueous media, reduction and oxidation, green chemistry CY5111 Inorganic Chemistry Practicals A laboratory course devised to demonstrate principles of inorganic chemistry. CY5120 Coordination Chemistry Structure and bonding, Molecular Orbital (MO) theory of complexes - MO diagrams, Mechanism of redox reactions outer sphere mechanisms, Inner sphere mechanisms, Crystal field theory (CFT), spin crossover - Jahn-Teller effect - Nephelauxetic effect, magnetic properties orbital splitting, spin-orbit coupling, Orgel diagrams, TanabeSugano diagrams, calculation of CFSE, Dq, B and ß values, selection rules, band intensities and band widths, spectra of high-spin octahedral and tetrahedral complexes of d1 to d9 systems CY5130 Main Group Chemistry S-block elements, alkali and alkaline earth metal complexation, P-block elements, P-N & S-N rings, Specific reagents of main-group elements, industrial chemicals CY5210 Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics Ion transport in solution, Fick's laws of diffusion, ion-solvent / ion-ion interactions and conductivity, Debye-Huckel theory, Debye-Huckel-Onsager equation, chemistry of electrode-electrolyte interface, Butler-Volmer Equation, rate law, order of reaction, half lifetime, mechanisms of complex reactions, collision theory, effect of temperature & catalyst, activated complex theory, Eyring equation, Lindemann theory CY5211 Physical Chemistry Practicals Experiments to illustrate principles of kinetics, thermodynamics, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. CY5220 Solid State Chemistry X-ray diffraction, principles of inorganic crystal structures, crystal chemistry and bonding in solids; preparative methods, characterization of inorganic solids: application of physical techniques, thermal analysis, electronic properties and band theory: metals, semiconductors, inorganic solids, colour, electrical, magnetic and optical properties

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CY5230 Statistical Thermodynamics & Surface Science Types of statistics, Partition Functions, Thermodynamics properties, Einstein and Debye Theory of heat capacities, Ensembles, Entropy, Gibbs Paradox, Quantum statistical mechanics, Chemisoprtion, Freundlich adsorption, applications of adsorption, Langmuir theory, BET theory, Gibbs adsorption, modern techniques for investigating adsorption, Jablonski diagram, Laws of photochemistry, kinetics and energy transfer in photochemical reactions. CY6010 Synthetic Methodology in Organic Chemistry Basic retrosynthetic analysis, nucleophilic C-C bond forming reactions, C-C bond formation via free radicals and carbenes, C-C bond formation using tin reagents. CY6110 Metals in Biological systems Metal ions in biology: metallo-proteins and enzymes containing Mg, Ca, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Mo and W ions. heme and non-heme systems, Peptide and nucleotide hydrolytic enzymes, Metal environment, electronic, magnetic and redox properties; fixation of N2, water-oxidation reactions, Synthetic models for the structure and function of the above enzymes, syntheses of ligand-metal complexes, reactivity of O2, CO, NO, N2; mechanistic aspects, high-valent metal-oxo (Fe-, Mn- and Cu) systems, Interaction of metal ions with nucleotides and peptides, hydrolysis of phosphate and amide groups, Metal based drugs, environmental applications and toxic effects. CY6210 Separation Techniques and Dynamic Electrodics Extraction methods, super critical fluids, Electrophoresis- theory and applications. Chromatography, Identification of trace elements: DCP and ICP, Flame Emission and Atomic Absorption Spectrometery Neutron diffraction methods, Electrode Processes, Potential Sweep Methods, Polarography, Pulse Voltammetry, Impedance Spectroscopy, Controlled Current Methods, Application to Electroactive layers, Spectroelectrochemistry and other coupled characterization methods. CY6220 Physical Methods in Chemistry Rotational spectroscopy, Vibrational Spectroscopy, Selection rules, VibrationalRotational spectra, Morse Potential. Raman spectroscopy, electrical and magnetic properties of molecules, NMR, FT-NMR, Relaxation processes in NMR, ESR spectroscopy, Kramers degeneracy, Mossbauer spectroscopy. CY6230 Theoretical Chemistry Mathematical concepts, eigen values and eigen vectors, similarity transformations, solutions of Hermite, Legendre and Laguerre differential equations, Orthogonality properties and recurrence relations among special functions: associated Legendre functions and Spherical Harmonics, Introduction to Fourier series and Fourier transforms, convolution theorem, Solution of the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom

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CY7010 Chemistry of Natural Products and Biomolecules Classification of natural products, Monoterpines and sesquiterpenes, Steroids CY7020 Advanced Organic Chemistry Synthetic strategies for preparing natural products and applications. CY7110 Organolanthanide Chemistry Intrinsic Properties of the Lanthanide Elements (Electronic Features, Steric Features), Synthesis of Organolanthanide Compounds (Thermodynamic and Kinetic Guidelines, Inorganic Reagents, Metalorganic Reagents, Thermal Stability), Ligand Concepts (Steric Bulk and Donor Functionalization, Ancillary Ligands, Immobilization ­ "Supported Ligands", Reactivity Pattern of Organolanthanide Complexes (Donor-Acceptor Interactions, Complex Agglomerization, Ligand Exchange and Redistribution Reactions, Insertion Reactions, Elimination Reactions­ Ligand Degradation, Redox Chemistry, Reaction Sequences ­ Catalytic Cycles CY7120 Advanced Organometallic Chemistry Structure of TM complexes , ligands, hapticity, 18- electron rule, Clusters and M-M bonds, Reaction mechanisms, Metal alkyl and hydride, Metal-carbene complexes, Fischer/Schrock carbenes, NHC's, olefin metathesis, multiple bonding between TMs and heteroatoms - -complexes (olefins, dienes, alkynes, allyls, arenes) - Metallocenes - structures, syntheses, properties - OM complexes of alkali metals, Grignard reactions Main group OM chemistry (group 13-16), Carbonylation of Alcohols- Hydrogenation of Alkenes- Hydroformylation - Alkene and Alkyne Metathesis. Oligomerization and Polymerization of Alkenes and Alkynes. C­C Coupling Reactions, C­Heteroatom Coupling: Amination of Arenes, Hydroamination, Hydroboration, and Hydrosilation. CY7210 Group theory Concept of groups, symmetry operations and symmetry elements in molecules, matrix representations of symmetry operations, point groups, irreducible representations and character tables, Application of group theory to atomic orbitals in ligand fields, molecular orbitals, hybridisation, classification of normal vibrational modes, selection rules in vibrational and electronic spectroscopy. Woodward-Hoffman rules CY7220 Chemical & Electrochemical Energy Systems Electrochemical Techniques and their application to Real Systems, Electrochemical Cells: Batteries, Supercapacitors, Fuel Cells, Solid Electrolytes and Photoelectrochemical Cells, Photocatalysis, steam reforming, petroleum refining, coal reforming, hydrogen production, decomposition of N2O, dry reforming. CY7410 Spectroscopy & Applications Applications of modern spectroscopic techniques such as NMR, IR, MS, etc. for structure elucidation of inorganic, organic and biologically important compounds.

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10.5. Department of Civil Engineering

CE6011 Computer Methods in Civil Engineering Introduction to computer programming, Matrix operations, Eigen values and eigen vectors in matrices, Solution to linear, non-linear, and ordinary differential equations, Application of finite differences to partial differential equations, Principles of curve fitting and optimization, Development and application of computer programming to case studies derived from Civil engineering. CE6110 Advanced Structural Mechanics Fundamentals of elasticity, Unsymmetrical bending, Shear center, Torsion, Thin walled sections, Beam on elastic foundation, Fundamentals of buckling, Stress concentrations, thin-wall circular cylinders; Force and displacement method of analysis, computer implementation, static condensation and sub structuring. CE6111 Structural Mechanics Lab Principles of closed-loop testing, strain gauges, strain and force measuring devices, Principles of non-destructive testing ­ basics of wave propagation and stress wave propagation techniques. Optical techniques for displacement and strain measurements, application of strain gauges and data acquisition system, Closed-loop testing of concrete in compression and flexure, Load testing of beams, Measurements using stress-wave based techniques on concrete and steel structures, Demonstration of optical techniques for discs, stress concentration and deep beams. CE6120 Applied Elasticity and Plasticity Tensor Algebra, Analysis of Stress, Analysis of strain, Stress-strain relations, 2-D problems in elasticity, Axisymmetric stress analysis, Plastic behavior of materials, Yield/Failure theories, Plastic stress-strain relations CE6130 Finite Element Analysis Introduction, Mathematical preliminaries- Linear function spaces, operators and functionals. Continuity and differentiability.Inner products, norms and completeness.Background on variational calculus.Galerkin methods, Collocation methods, Least-squares methods.Variational methods of approximation- Rayleigh-Ritz method, variational theorems.Compatibility and completeness of admissible spaces. Basic element shapes in one, two and three dimensions. Polynomial shape functions. Area coordinates. The concept of isoparametric mapping.Computer implementation.Application to elliptic parabolic and hyperbolic differential equations. CE6131 Finite Element Lab ANSYS/ABAQUS Utilities.Detailed tutorials outlining structural analysis using ANSYS/ ABAQUS- linear static, 1D, 2D, and 3 D. Intermediate tutorials on dynamic analysis and nonlinearities. Advanced tutorials on sub structuring, optimization, multi material systems, and user prescribed functions. Post processing tutorials. Introduction to programming the Finite element methods using MATLAB.

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CE6140 Structural Dynamics Free and forced dynamic responseof Single and multi-degree-of-freedom systems; Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response; Modal Analysis; Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering;Concepts of response spectrum, Earthquake Response of Linear Systems; Structural dynamics and Building codes. CE6150 Structural Stability Stability ­ General Principles, Equilibrium Analysis of Stability, Beam Columns; Stability Analysis of frames by Equilibrium Analysis; Dynamic Analysis of Stability; Energy Methods: General Principles, Variational Analysis, Ritz and Galerkin Methods; Beam on Elastic Foundation; Lateral Torsional Buckling; Design Implications CE6160 Theory of plates and Shells Introduction- Mathematical preliminaries, energy principles and variational methods, Classical theory of plates, Analysis of circular and rectangular plates, Bending, Buckling and Free vibration analysis of plates. Shear deformation theories- First order and third order plate theories. Theory and analysis of shells, thin cylindrical and circular shells, Free vibration and buckling analysis of shells. Introduction to composite platesClassical laminate plate theory. Finite element analysis of plates, Nonlinear finite element models. CE6200 Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation of Structures Damage mechanisms in reinforced concrete and steel structures, specifically, cracking (both load induced and environmentally assisted), corrosion of steel, Fire damage in concrete and steel, Sulfate-attack and Alkali-silica reaction in concrete structures; Laboratory and field techniques for detecting the various damage mechanisms and the theoretical background behind different techniques; Basics of wave propagation and review of non-destructive test techniques; Estimation of load carrying capacity of structural members with damage; Repair and Rehabilitation strategies used in the field to repair existing damage and rehabilitate and strengthen structures CE6212 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Mechanical properties of concrete and steel, Behaviour of concrete under uniaxial and multiaxial states of stress; effect of creep of concrete, Basic Design philosophies, Probabilistic load theory, ultimate strength design methodology, comparison of working stress and ultimate load method; Moment-curvature and load-deflection relationships. Behavior and design of columns subjected to biaxial bending, Analysis and design of slender columns ­ under sway and non-sway conditions, Behavior and design of reinforced concrete structures for combined shear and torsion, Design of flat slabs and two way slabs, Design of special reinforced concrete structures - Deep beams and corbels. CE6222 Prestressed Concrete Design Introduction to concept of prestressing, types of prestressing, systems and devices, review of short and long-term behavior of concrete and prestressing steel,losses in prestress., Stress analysis of flexural members, flexural and shear design of statically 56 IIT Hyderabad

determinate beams, analysis and design for shear and torsion, codal provisions, Anchorage zone stresses for post-tensioned members; design of anchorage zone, Analysis and design of statically indeterminate structures - continuous beams and frames, determination of cable profile, concepts of linear transformation and concordancy. Composite construction with precast, prestressed beams and cast in-situ reinforced concrete slab; Analysis and design of prestressed concrete tanks and slabs. CE6232 Advanced Steel Design Review of Beam Design, Plastic Design of Beams, Plate Girders (Built-Up Sections), Steel-Concrete Composite Beams, Review of Column and Tension Members, Review of Basic Welded and Bolted Connections, Bracing and Connections. Design of Bunkers and silos. CE6300 Advanced Foundation Engineering Limit state design and working stress design; ultimate limit state; tolerable foundation movement; limit bearing capacity; bearing capacity of footings resting on saturated clay and sand; bearing capacity failure modes- general shear, local shear and punching shear; foundations subjected to eccentric loading; pile foundations: types & their installation; axial pile capacity (from fundamental soil variables, CPT and SPT results); axial deformation of piles; laterally loaded piles; vertically loaded pile groups; piled rafts; laterally loaded pile groups CE6310 Advanced Soil Mechanics Stresses and strains in soils; dilatancy angle; Mohr's circle of stress and strain; zeroextension line; stress paths (p'-q' space, s-t space); failure theories- Tresca criterion, Mohr-Coulomb criterion; Caquot's principle; slip surface; stress-strain-volume change curves; sources of shear strength; critical state friction angle; factors affecting drained shear strength; Bolton's correlation for friction angle; undrained shear strength; smallstrain stiffness; drained and undrained shear strength of clays; Hvorslev's cohesion and friction; critical-state, residual, and design strengths CE6323 Experimental Soil Mechanics Fundamentals of experimental studies of soil behavior; measurement of soil properties and laboratory test methods - consolidation, direct shear, static triaxial, cyclic triaxial, resonant column, bender elements and other advanced geotechnical laboratory tests; instrumentation and measurement techniques CE6330 Soil Dynamics Fundamentals of vibration; single/multiple degree of freedom systems; free and forced vibrations; damping; elastic stress waves in a bar; equation of motion in an elastic medium; stress waves in elastic half-space; laboratory tests to determine dynamic soil properties; field test measurements; dynamic behavior of foundations, ultimate dynamic bearing capacity, seismic bearing capacity and settlement in granular soil; dynamic behavior of retaining walls; liquefaction of soils

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CE6340 Ground Modification Techniques Mechanical modifications - compaction methods, stone columns, blasting; hydraulic methods- sand drains, wick drains; chemical methods- shallow and deep soil mixing, lime/cement stabilization; thermal modifications- freezing, thawing, vitrification; reinforcement methods- geosynthetic reinforcement CE6352 Design of Earth Structures Slopes- limit equilibrium methods of slope stability; slope stability for analyses for rapid drawdown; design charts for slope stability; embankment dams- design of embankments; seepage principles; Darcy's law; flow nets; seepage forces and uplift; seepage in earth dams; retaining walls- at rest earth pressure; Rankine's and Coulomb's active and passive earth pressures; retaining wall design; reinforced retaining walls; gabion retaining walls; earth retention systems- cantilever and anchored sheet piles; open cuts; trenching; braced excavations; excavation support; nailing; anchoring; basal heave CE6360 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Introduction to seismology and earthquakes; strong ground motion; seismic hazard analysis; dynamic soil properties; ground response analysis; liquefaction of soils CE6370 Soil-Structure Interaction Soil-foundation interaction; elastic models of soil behavior- Winkler model, elastic continuum models, two parameter models; elastic-plastic and time dependent behavior of soil masses; soil-foundation interface behavior; beams on elastic foundation; plates on elastic medium; elastic analysis of axially-loaded and laterallyloaded piles CE6390 Pavement Geotechnics Introduction to cyclic response of soils, resilient and plastic behavior of soils and aggregates; effects of traffic loads, natural forces, and material quality; current design practices; principles and theoretical concepts of rigid and flexible pavements for highways and airfields; utilization of recycled materials for sustainable pavements; life cycle cost analysis CE6392 Designing with Geosynthetics Introduction to geosynthetics; types; test methods and properties of geotextiles, geogrids, geonets and geomembranes; applications of geosynthetics to pavement reinforcement, soil reinforcement in embankments, separation, drainage and filtration; other geosynthetic products and their applications CE6410 In-situ Testing Introduction to basic and advanced site investigation techniques; methods of drilling and probing for determining stratigraphy; standard penetration testing; miniature penetrometers; cone penetration testing; pressure meter testing, dilatometer testing; correlations of in situ measurements with engineering parameters of soils; field instrumentation 58 IIT Hyderabad

10.6. Department of Computer Science & Engineering

CS1010 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Basic proof techniques: Proof by Induction, Proof by Contradiction, Proof by Construction and Proof by Contrapositive. Introduction to Graph Theory, Group Theory and Number Theory. Introduction to Logic CS2010 Data Structures and Algorithms Abstract data types, Big-Oh notation, Time and Space complexity, Basic data types ­ Stacks, Queues, Trees; Dictionaries ­ Binary search trees, Balanced search trees, Hash tables; Heaps, Priority queues, CS2011 Data Structures and Programming Lab Programming assignments related to the Data Structures course. CS2020 Design and Analysis of Algorithms Algorithmic Design Paradigms such as Greedy algorithms, Dynamic programming, Divide and Conquer; Sorting, Lower bounds, Graph algorithms- DFS, BFS, Topological sorting, Spanning trees, Shortest paths, Matching. CS2030 Theory of Computation Alphabets, languages, Decision Problems and languages - Automata Theory, Models of finite automata: Deterministic, 2-way Deterministic, Nondeterministic, Equivalence proofs, Regular Expressions, Properties of Regular languages: Pumping lemma and closure properties - Myhill Nerode theorem, State Minimization, Applications of regular expressions and finite automata - Push Down Automata and Context Free Grammars, Properties of Context Free Languages: Pumping lemma and closure properties, Applications of context free grammars and languages. Turing Machines: Variants, Nondeterministic Turing machines, Universal Turing Machine. Undecidability: Diagonalization, Recursive, Recursively Enumerable and Non Recursively Enumerable Languages - Reductions, Introduction to the theory of NP-completeness. CS2040 Principles of Programming Languages Program development process. Issues in program design, structured programming, data and control abstractions. Ideas behind imperative, functional and logic programming paradigms such as typing, expressions, pure functions, recursion, higher order functions, encapsulation, inheritance, goal satisfaction, backtracking, unification. Some of the ideas behind the implementation of the paradigms.

CS2051 Computer Organization and Microprocessor Lab Experiments are conducted on 3 different platforms (1) Basic exposure to microprocessors using 8085 kits and interfacing units (2) Advanced controller programming using ARM boards and interfacing units (3) Digital design using SPARTAN-3E FPGA boards

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CS3010 Introduction to Database Systems Purpose and evolution of database management systems, relational model of data and relational algebra, SQL, integrity constraints, authorization, database design and normal forms, database applications, storage structures and indexing, query processing, transactions, lock based concurrency control. CS3011 Database Systems Lab The lab will comprise of several assignments related to database design, SQL, database application development and database system internals. The assignment on database system internals will involve extensive programming to implement parts of database system. CS3020 Language Translators Lexical analysis and parsing. Top-down and bottom-up parsing algorithms. Automatic generation of parsers. Error recovery : Error detection and recovery. Static semantic analysis: Syntax directed translation schemes, type analysis, scope analysis and intermediate code generation. Runtime memory management : Stack based memory allocation schemes, activation records. Code generation: Machine model, order of evaluation, register allocation and code selection. Code optimization: Selected optimizations like common sub-expression removal, loop invariant code motion, strength reduction etc. CS3021 Language Translators Lab The lab will involve programming assignments related to the implementation of language translators. CS3030 Operating Systems Responsibilities of OS, processes, scheduling, inter-process communication, threads, synchronization, deadlocks, memory management, virtual memory, file systems and I/O subsystem. CS3031 Operating Systems Lab This will be a programming intensive lab comprising of several assignments related to operating system features and their implementation. CS3040 Computer Networks Basics of Computer Networking, TCP/IP protocol stack, Application layer (WWW, Email, DNS), Transport layer, Network layer, Routing in Internet, Data link layer, Local Area Networks (Ethernet, Wi-Fi), Network Security CS3041 Computer Networks Lab Client-Server Design using Socket programming in C/C++, Design of Web Proxy with Caching/Filtering features, Sliding Window protocol implementation, Wireshark assignments on DNS, HTTP, DHCP, SMTP, TCP, UDP, IP, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, ARP, etc.

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CS4010 Software Engineering Models for software development process. Design concepts and principles ­ Abstraction, Refinement, Modularity, Cohesion and Coupling. Refactoring of designs. Object Oriented approach to software design - Concepts - Design issues - Modeling techniques Design process - Design patterns. Software Configuration Management. Project planning ­ effort estimation techniques. Software quality assurance. CS4011 Software Engineering Lab System Requirement Specification (SRS), analysis and design documents as per standards. Object-oriented design and UML. Case studies of real-world applications. SCM tools like CVS or SVN. At the end of the semester, there should be a presentation of the project with demonstration. CS5010 Neural Networks Introduction to ANNs: Biological neural networks, Pattern recognition tasks, Computational models of neurons, Structures of neural networks, Learning principles; Feed forward neural networks: Perceptron, Multilayer feed forward neural networks (MLFFNNs), Error back propagation learning, Autoassociative neural networks, Other types of MLFFNNs; Radial basis function networks: Regularization theory, RBF networks for function approximation, RBF networks for pattern classification; Support vector machines; Self ­organizing maps: Pattern clustering Kohonen's self-organizing map; Feed back neural networks: Pattern storage and retrieval, Hopfield model, Recurrent neural networks. CS5020 Pattern Recognition Basics of pattern recognition; Bayesian decision theory: Classifiers, Discriminant functions, Decision surfaces, Normal density and discriminant functions, Discrete features; Parameter estimation methods: Maximum-Likelihood estimation, Gaussian mixture models, Expectation-maximization method, Bayesian estimation; Hidden Markov models for sequential pattern classification; Dimension reduction methods: Fisher discriminant analysis, Principal component analysis; Non-parametric techniques for density estimation; Linear discriminant function based classifiers: Perceptron Support vector machines; Non-metric methods for pattern classification; Unsupervised learning and clustering: Algorithms for clustering: K-means, Hierarchical and other methods CS5030 Topics in Theoretical Computer Science This course will be primarily based on published papers in various areas of theoretical computer science. The objective is to discuss in depth some of the key results in theoretical computer science. CS5040 Linear Optimization Linear Algebra: Solving Ax=b using Gaussian elimination, Linear algebra basics, Rank of a matrix, Column space and Null space, Linear and affine spaces - Geometry of Linear Programs: Convex sets, Hyperplane, Convex polytopes, Maximization over a convex set

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Linear Programming: Extreme points, Convex hull of extreme points, Simplex algorithm, Handling degeneracy - Duality: Duality theory, Complementary Slackness, Bounding the Primal Solution from Below - Approximation algorithms: LP Relaxation and rounding, Primal Dual method CS5050 Advanced Topics in Data Management Parallel and distributed database systems. Advanced query processing & optimization ­ Volcano optimizer, decorrelation techniques, holistic optimization of database applications. Adaptive query processing. Streaming databases. Data warehousing and OLAP. Spatial databases and indexing of spatial data. XML. CS5060 Advanced Computer Networks Basics of Computer Networking, TCP/IP protocol stack, Local Area Networks (Ethernet, Wi-Fi), Network Management, Network Security, Multimedia Transport, Next generation Internet architectures, Green Communication Networks, and Data Center Networking. Performance studies using QualNet simulator and lab assignments using Seattle GENI testbed. CS5070 Networked Wireless Systems Fundamentals of Wireless Communication, Wireless LANs, Cellular Systems, Mobile Ad hoc Networks, Routing in Mobile environments, Medium Access Control (MAC), Capacity of Wireless networks, Cross-layer design, Cognitive Networking, and Project demos/presentations. CS5080 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automation Data Structures and Basic Algorithms, Partitioning Algorithms, Floor Planning Algorithms, Routing Algorithms CS5090 Embedded Systems The concept of embedded systems. Hardware and Software components of Embedded Systems, Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, FPGAs, Selected case studies, Hardware Description Languages (VHDL/Verilog), Analog Components, Sensors ADC/DACs, Embedded C Programming,Concepts of Realtime Operating Systems, Realtime/active operations Technological aspects of embedded systems: interfacing between analog and digital blocks, signal conditioning, digital signal processing, sub-system interfacing, serial and parallel interfaces and standards, interfacing with external systems, user interfacing. Design trade offs due to process compatibility, thermal considerations, etc. Embedded System design using FPGAs, case studies. CS5100 Quantum Computing Preliminaries: Review of required concepts in linear algebra, postulates of quantum mechanics, nondistinguishability of non-orthogonal states, no cloning theorem Models of Quantum Computation: Quantum Turing Machines, Quantum Circuits. Hidden Subgroup Problem: Deutsch, Deutsch Jozsa and Simon's problems, Shor's algorithm for integer factoring/discrete logarithm, Hidden Subgroup Problem for Abelian groups, Non-abelian group with emphasis on Symmetric group. - Grover's 62 IIT Hyderabad

quantum algorithm for unordered search. - Introduction to Quantum Cryptography, BB84 key exchange protocol - Topics like quantum lower bounds, quantum random walks, quantum communication. CS5110 Computational Complexity Review of Undecidability, Diagonalization, Time and Space Hierarchy theorems, Oracles, Relativization, Limits of Diagonalization--Baker Gill Solovay theorem. Review of NP-completeness, Different types of Reductions. Space Complexity, Configuration Graphs, Savitch's theorem, Immerman Szlepcsenyi theorem. Polynomial Hierarchy and Alternation. Randomized Computation. Introduction to Circuit Complexity. Introduction to Interactive Proof Systems. Counting Classes: The class #P, Permanent is #Pcomplete, Toda's theorem CS5120 Probability in Computing Review of probability theory: random variables, some important random variables, expectation, linearity of expectation, conditional probability and expectation Introduction to and motivation for randomized algorithms, Randomized min-cut and quick sort algorithms and their analysis, models of randomized computation and randomized complexity classes. Tools: Moments and deviations, Markov and Chebyshev Inequalities, Applications; Tail Inequalities, Chernoff bound, Applications. Balls and Bins, Hashing. Markov chains and random walks, applications. Game theoretic techniques for lower bounds. Topics (e.g. Applications in Number Theoretic problems and Cryptography) CS6010 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms Review of basic concepts; Dictionaries ­ Binary search trees, Probabilistic analysis of BST, Balanced search trees, Skip lists; Universal hash family, Hash tables; Heaps, Priority queues, Algorithmic Design Paradigms- Greedy algorithms, Dynamic programming, Divide and conquor; Sorting, Randomized algorithms, Average case analysis, Lower bounds, Amortized Analysis, Graph algorithms- DFS, BFS, Topological sorting, Spanning trees, Shortest paths, Bipartite matching, Introduction to advanced algorithms ­ Online and Approximation algorithms. CS6011 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms Lab Programming assignments related to ADSA course. CS6030 Database System Internals Background ­ relational algebra, SQL, recursive queries, procedural extensions. Database system components. Storage structures ­ disk structure, RAID levels, variable length record storage. Index structures ­ ordered, bitmap, hashed. Query processing ­ plan cost, algorithms for operators. Query Optimization ­ equivalence rules, cost-based optimization. Transactions. Concurrency control and Recovery.

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10.7. Department of Electrical Engineering

EE2010 Electrical and Magnetic Circuits Introduction to basic circuit elements: Dependent voltage source, independent voltage source, dependent current source, independent current source, resistors, inductors, capacitors, mutually coupled coils. DC circuit analysis: Kirchoff's voltage law, Kirchoff's current law, mesh analysis, nodal analysis. Introduction to network theorems: Superposition theorem, Thevenin's theorem. Norton's theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Maximum Power Transfer theorem, Tellegen's theorem, Millman's theorem, Compensation theorem. Transient analysis of R-L-C circuits: Differential equation, initial condition, time constant, overdamped response, underdamped response, critically damped response, concept of state variables, duality. Introduction to basic OP-AMP circuits: Inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, adder, differentiator, integrator, analog computer. Steady state AC circuit analysis: Phasor representation, impedance, admittance, reactance, active power, reactive power, power factor, maximum power transfer theorem for AC circuits. Three phase AC circuit analysis: Star connection, Delta connection, Star-Delta conversion, power in three phase circuits, balanced three phase circuit, unbalanced three phase circuit, symmetrical components, power measurement in balanced three phase circuits. Frequency response: Quality factor, series resonance, parallel resonance, Bode plot, frequency scaling, magnitude scaling. Two port network: Port condition, different representations of a two-port network, T-equivalent, piequivalent, series connection, parallel connection, cascade connection. Magnetic circuits: Magneto-motive force, reluctance, permanent-magnet magnetic circuit, B-H curve, hysterisis loop, eddy current loss. EE2011 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Experiments on understanding of measurement instruments, RC and LC networks and their applications, Semiconductor devices and their applications, Operational Amplifiers and its applications, Project EE2020 Microprocessors and Computer Organization Introduction to computers, Computer generations, number representation, fixed point arithmetic, ALU organization, floating point arithmetic, FPU, Decimal (BCD) arithmetic, Instruction formats and addressing modes, Hardwired and Micro-programmed control units, Memories and memory interfacing, System busses, Peripheral interfaces, I/O modes: Programmed, Interrupt, DMA, I/O processor, Basic CPU design,, Advances in computer architecture, super scalar processors, Virtual memory concept, Multiprogramming and multi tasking, RISC vs CISC EE2021 Microprocessor Lab Experiments are conducted on 3 different platforms: [1] Basic exposure to microprocessors using 8085 kits and interfacing units [2] Advanced controller programming using ARM boards and interfacing units [3] Digital design using SPARTAN3E FPGA boards

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EE2030 Digital System Number systems and codes, Representation of tin and signed integers, Fixed-point representation of real numbers, Floating point representation of real numbers, Representation of character data, Representation of signals, Laws of Boolean algebra, Theorems of Boolean algebra, switching functions, Methods for specification of switching functions - Truth table and Algebraic forms, Realization of functions using logic gates, Electronic logic gates, Positive and negative logic, families -TTL, ECL and CMOS, Realization of logic gates, Simplification of Boolean Expressions and Functions, Algebraic methods, Canonical forms of Boolean functions, Minimization of functions using Karnaugh maps, minimization of functions using Quine-McClusky method, Gate level design of Small Scale Integration (SSI) circuits, Modular combinational logic elements-Decoders, Encoders, Priority encoders, Multiplexers and Demultiplexers, Integer adders -Ripple carry adder and Carry look ahead adder, Integer subtractors using adders, Unsigned integer multipliers- Combinational array circuits, Signed integer multipliers Booth's coding, Bit-pair recoding, Carry save addition and Wallace tree multiplier, Signed integer division circuits - Combinational array circuits, Complexity and propagation delay analysis of circuits, Programmable Read Only Memories (PROMs), Programmable Logic Arrays (PLAs), Programmable Array Logic (PAL) devices, Design of multiple output circuits using PLDs, Latches -RS latch and JK latch, Flip-flopsRS, JK, T and D flip flops, Master-slave flip flops, Edge-triggered flip-flops, Models of sequential circuits - Moore machine and Mealy machine, Flip-flops - Characteristic table, Characteristic equation and Excitation table, Analysis of sequential circuits- Flipflop input expressions, Next state equations, Next state maps, State table and State transition diagram, Design of sequential circuits - State transition diagram, State table, Next state maps, Output maps, Expressions for flip-flop inputs and Expressions for circuit outputs, Modular sequential logic circuits- Shift registers, Registers, Counters and Random access memories, Design using programmable logic sequencers (PLSs), Serial adder for integers, Unsigned integer multiplier, Unsigned integer division circuits, Signed integer division, Floating-pint adder / subtractor - Design of control circuit, Floating - point multiplier, Moore and Mealy state graphs for sequence detection, Methods for reduction of state tables, Methods for state assignment, FieldProgrammable Logic Arrays (FPLAs) and Logic Cell Arrays (LCAs) EE2031 Digital Systems Lab Experiments to build digital systems using discrete components in the lab, Programming exercises using VHDL EE2040 Electromechanical Energy Conversion Transformer: Ideal transformer, losses, equivalent circuit, open circuit test, short circuit test, polarity test, per unit system, efficiency, voltage regulation, construction, transients, poly-phase transformer. D.C. Machine: Armature windings, principle of operation, methods of excitation, equivalent circuit, generator characteristics, motor characteristics. Three Phase Synchronous Machine: Armature winding, MMF distribution, rotating MMF, equivalent circuit, open circuit test, short circuit test, operation on an infinite bus, synchronous condenser. Three Phase Induction Machine: Principle of operation, equivalent circuit, torque-slip characteristic, no-load test,

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blocked rotor test. Fractional Horsepower Electric Machines: Linear induction motor, stepping motor, single phase induction motor. EE2041 Machines Lab Transformer: Open circuit and short-circuit tests of single phase transformer, Sumpner's back-to-back test. DC Machine: Speed control of DC shunt motor by means of armature and field resistance control, determination of critical speed and critical field resistance for a DC shunt generator. Induction Motor: No-load test, blocked rotor test, separation of windage and friction loss, V-f control. Synchronous Generator: Open circuit characteristic, short-circuit characteristic, short-circuit ratio, V-curve, synchronization to infinite bus. EE2050 Solid State Devices Valence band and Energy band models of intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Thermal equilibrium carrier concentration, Carrier transport by drift, resistivity, Excess carriers, lifetime, carrier transport by diffusion, Continuity equation, Quantitative theory of PN junctions : Steady state I-V characteristics under forward bias, reverse bias and illumination, Dynamic behavior under small and large signals, Qualitative theory of breakdown mechanisms. Quantitative theory of bipolar junction transistors having uniformly doped regions. Static characteristics in active and saturation regions. Emitter efficiency, transport factor, transit time, (and their calculation as functions of frequency. Charge control description. Theory of Field Effect Transistors : Static characteristics of JFETs. Analysis of MOS structure. Calculation of threshold voltage. Static I-V characteristics of MOSFETs. EE2060 Networks and Systems Types of systems, Basic system properties, LTI systems, Convolution, Properties of LTI systems, Fourier series, Fourier transform, Laplace transform and its applications, Classical differential equations, Initial conditions, Network functions, Network theorems, Discrete-time systems, z-transforms, State Variable analysis. EE2070 Analog Circuits Introduction to Analog Circuits and Application, Basic Amplifiers: Bias, Small Signal Model, Gain Calculation, Design Example for Specified Gain and Swing, Frequency response of Amplifiers:­ Simple RC Circuits Amplifier Low-Frequency Response, LowFrequency and High-Frequency Model and Response, Power Supply and Sources: Rectifier, Regulator, Current sources, Voltage sources , Operation Amplifiers : PushPull Amplifiers, Differential Amplifiers , Operational amplifiers, Application of Analog Circuits: Clipper, Clamper, Oscillator, A/D converter EE2071 Analog Circuits Lab Experiments on DC characteristics of BJT and parameter extraction, RC coupled amplifier and their applications, I/O Buffer Design, Differential amplifier and their applications, Oscillators, A/D and D/A converter, Application specific circuit design using OPAMP, Understanding of software tool ORCAD and its application for board level circuit design, Project 66 IIT Hyderabad

EE3110 Digital Circuits Introduction to Digital Circuits, Bipolar Logic Families Switching Characteristics, CMOS Inverters Analysis and Design, Switching Properties of MOSFET, CMOS Static logic gates, CMOS Combinational and Sequential logic Circuits, Transmission gate logic circuits, CMOS Dynamic logic Families, Semiconductor Memories, A/D & D/A converter, Application of Digital Circuits, Noise in Digital Systems EE3111 VLSI Lab Experiments on understanding basic VLSI concepts EE3210 Power Electronics This is a basic course on Power Electronics, which will include the basic concepts of power electronic switches, Drive circuits, AC to DC rectifiers (single phase/three phase), analysis and performance with passive load, Basics of DC-DC converters, DC/AC inverters (single phase and three phases) and PWM Control techniques. EE3220 Control Engineering Introduction: Open-loop and closed-loop systems, servomechanisms and regulator systems; Transfer function; Block diagram reduction; Signal flow graphs. Mathematical models of Physical Systems: Mechanical translational and rotational systems, gear trains; D.C. generator and motor; Transportation Lag Systems. Components of feedback control systems: Potentiometers as error sensing devices, synchros, a.c. servo motor; tachometers. Stability: Concept of stability, necessary and sufficient conditions of stability; Closedloop systems, merits and demerits; Routh Hurwitz Criterion. Transient Response: Typical inputs, convolution integral; Time domain specifications, steady state errors. Frequency Response: Definition, equivalence between transient response and frequency response; Bode plots. Nyquist stability criterion: Development of the criterion; Gain and phase margins; M circles and Nichol's chart. Root Locus method: Rules for sketching of root loci; Root contours. State space representation of control systems. Synthesis: Lag and lead network; Proportional, derivative and Integral controllers. EE3221 Control Lab Experiments on understanding basic control concepts, designing of compensators, P/PI/PID controllers, project. EE3230 Power System Practice Architecture of a power system: Components, network organization, breaker arrangement, voltage levels. Line parameter calculation: Calculation of series inductance and shunt capacitance, matrix representation of a line section, sequence transformation, transposition.Performance analysis of an AC transmission line: Representation of short, medium-length and long transmission lines, wave propagation, surge impedance, Ferranti effect. Load flow analysis: Numerical Courses of Study 67

techniques for solving algebraic equations, matrix representation of the power system, load flow equations, application of Gauss-Seidel method for solving load flow equations, application of Newton-Raphson method for solving load flow equations, fast decoupled solution for load flow equations. Short circuit analysis: System representation for short circuit analysis, balanced short circuit analysis, sequence modeling of transformers, unbalanced short circuit analysis. Stability analysis: Basic concept of stability, numerical techniques for solving differential equations, swing equation, equal-area criterion, critical clearing time. Economic load dispatch: Introduction to constrained optimization, optimal scheduling of generators, network loss modeling. Introduction to the protection system: Components of the protection system, different kinds of protection, functional characteristics of a protective relay, distance protection, power swing, arc interruption in circuit breakers. EE3300 Digital Signal Processing Review of LTI systems and their properties, Convolution sum, Sampling of continuoustime signals, Discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT) and its properties, Sampling in frequency domain, Discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and its properties, Z-transform and its inverse, region of convergence, pole-zero locations and frequency response, stability analysis, implementation of discrete-time systems, design of FIR filters and IIR filters, linear phase filters, group delay, response of first and second order filters, Computational issues in DFT, FFT algorithm, Applications of DSP. EE3310 Probability and Random Processes Introduction to Probability; Definitions, scope and history; limitation of classical and relative-frequency-based definitions, Sets, fields, sample space and events; axiomatic definition of probability , Combinatorics: Probability on finite sample spaces, Joint and conditional probabilities, independence, total probability; Bayes' rule and applications, Random variables, Definition of random variables, continuous and discrete random variables, cumulative distribution function (cdf) for discrete and continuous random variables; probability mass function (pmf); probability density functions (pdf) and properties, Jointly distributed random variables, conditional and joint density and distribution functions, independence; Bayes' rule for continuous and mixed random variables, Function of random a variable, pdf of the function of a random variable; Function of two random variables; Sum of two independent random variables, Expectation: mean, variance and moments of a random variable, Joint moments, conditional expectation; covariance and correlation; independent, uncorrelated and orthogonal random variables, Random vector: mean vector, covariance matrix and properties, Some special distributions: Uniform, Gaussian and Rayleigh distributions; Binomial, and Poisson distributions; Multivariate Gaussian distribution, Vector-space representation of random variables, linear independence, inner product, Schwarz Inequality, Elements of estimation theory: linear minimum mean-square error and orthogonality principle in estimation, Moment-generating and characteristic functions and their applications, Bounds and approximations: Chebysev inequality and Chernoff Bound, Sequence of random variables and convergence, Almost sure (a.s.) convergence and strong law of large numbers; convergence in mean square sense with examples from parameter estimation; convergence in probability with examples; convergence in distribution, Central limit theorem and its significance, Random 68 IIT Hyderabad

process: realizations, sample paths, discrete and continuous time processes, examples, Probabilistic structure of a random process; mean, autocorrelation and autocovariance functions, Stationarity: strict-sense stationary (SSS) and wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes, Autocorrelation function of a real WSS process and its properties, crosscorrelation function, Ergodicity and its importance, Spectral representation of a real WSS process: power spectral density, properties of power spectral density ; crosspower spectral density and properties; auto-correlation function and power spectral density of a WSS random sequence, Linear time-invariant system with a WSS process as an input: sationarity of the output, auto-correlation and power-spectral density of the output; examples with white-noise as input; linear shift-invariant discrete-time system with a WSS sequence as input, Spectral factorization theorem, Examples of random processes: white noise process and white noise sequence; Gaussian process; Poisson process, Markov Process EE3320 Communication Systems Analog Modulation Schemes; Amplitude Modulation: DSB-AM, DSBSC, SSB, VSB,QAM, PM & FM, Noise Analysis. Basebad Digital Transmission:PAM, PWM, PPM,PCM,DM. Digital Transmission: BPSK, QPSK, QAM, BER Analysis, Performance in Rayleigh, Rician and Nakagami Fading. EE3321 Communications & DSP Lab Computer Simulations for all Analog and Digital Modulation Techniques, Design & Implementation of AM transceiver and FM transmitter, Design & Implementation of a BPSK modem on DSPs and basic DSP experiments like frequency analysis, A/D and D/A, speech acquisition and coding. EE3350 Electromagnetic Fields Introduction, Vector algebra and field concepts; sinusoidally time-varying fields and polarization; electric and magnetic fields, Maxwell' equations in integral form in free space, Maxwell' equations in differential form in free space, Uniform plane waves in free space, Materials and uniform plane waves, Static & quasistatic fields, Transmission line analysis in time-domain EE5160 Embedded Systems ARM Processors: Brief history of ARM, ARM Architecture, Addressing modes, Instruction sets, Arm Thumb and instruction sets, Memory concepts, System Control Coprocessor, Introduction to Vector Floating Point Architecture Microcontrollers: Introduction to microcontrollers, 8051 architecture, Addressing modes and instruction set, Interrupts and serial communications, Programming Tools, Applications using microcontrollers Digital Design: Introduction, Digitial design using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) EE5200 Steady-state Power System Analysis Steady- state Modeling of the Power Network: Understanding the basic architecture of a transmission network, three-phase modeling of the different elements of a Courses of Study 69

transmission network, formation of three-phase impedance and admittance matrices, review of the theory of sequence transformation, equivalent single-phase representation of the transmission network. Performance Analysis of an AC Transmission Line: Voltage and current profiles over a transmission line, loadability, shunt compensation, series compensation. Power System Load Flow Analysis: Numerical methods for solving non-linear algebraic equations, reference concepts in the context of power flow analysis, load modeling, lumped slack power flow analysis, distributed slack power flow analysis, linearized representation of system's loss characteristics, DC power flow analysis, loss-compensated DC power flow analysis and the concept of power flow accuracy, three-phase load flow analysis, introduction to the optimal power flow analysis. Unit Commitment: Principle of unit commitment, constraining factors of unit commitment, a brief overview of different methods for solving unit commitment problem. Power System Short Circuit Analysis: Thevenin's equivalent of the power network, balanced short circuit analysis, unbalanced short circuit analysis. Power System State Estimation: Review of basic statistics, philosophy of state estimation, least square based method for power system state estimation, constrained state estimation, bad data detection, introduction to network observability analysis, introduction to network topology processor. Modeling and Analysis of Distribution Network: Understanding the basic architecture of a distribution network, modeling of the different components of a distribution network, distribution system power flow analysis, distribution system fault analysis. EE5201 Power Systems Lab Linear System Solver: MATLAB codes for Shipley's method, Bramellar's method, LU decomposition, Cholesky decomposition, LDU decomposition and Gauss's method. Sparsity Analysis: MATLAB code for optimal ordering, MATLAB code for the LUdecomposition of a sparse matrix. Load Flow Analysis: MATLAB codes for load flow analysis and sensitivity calculation, introduction to PSS/e and MiPower software for performing load flow analysis. Optimization: Introduction to GAMS software, using MATGAMS interface for solving real-world optimization problem. Power System Dynamics: Introduction to MATLAB Simulink, PSCAD and PSS/e for simulating power system dynamics, a brief introduction to real-time digital simulator. EE5210 Power Converter Design Characteristics of power electronic switches, Drive circuits, AC to DC rectifiers (single phase/three phase), analysis and performance with passive loads, Basics of DC-DC converters, Basic principles of cycloconverter (AC to AC Conversions) operation, DC/AC inverters (single phase and three phases) and PWM Control techniques. EE5220 Advanced Control System Introduction to Multivariable systems, Why Multivariable systems are important?, Interaction dynamics and its role on control system, design, Multivariable control classical approaches, Structure, selection - variable pairing, tuning single loop controllers for MIMO, systems, Transmission zeros and transmission zero direction, Advanced control approach, State space representation, Conversion from SS to/from TF, Controllability, Observability, State transfer problem, solution to state transfer

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problem, pole placement controller design, Design of observer, Kalman filter design, Model (observer) based predictive controllers, LQR/LQG, various MPC schemes. EE 5211 Power Electronics and Machines Lab This lab is mainly focused to give hands-on experience on power electronic switching devices and power electronics applications. This lab contains Experiments to obtain various characteristics of the power electronic devices and triggering techniques, Experiments on basic power electronics applications for power system (like on line transformer tap changing etc.), Basic experiments on speed control of ac machines (single phase and three phase) using power electronic devices (like v/f control for 3phase induction motor etc.) EE5230 Power System Dynamics and Control A brief introduction to nonlinear dynamics, Numerical methods for solving differential equation, dynamic modeling of power system components, simulation of power system dynamics, power system stabilizer design, direct methods for transient stability assessment, sub-synchronous resonance, introduction to voltage stability, introduction to electro-magnetic transient simulation. EE5240 Electrical Machine Analysis and Control Basic principles of electric machines, magnetically coupled circuits, machine windings and air-gap MMF, Winding inductances and voltage equations, DC machines - Theory of DC machines, voltage and torque equation (DC Machine) in machine variables and Block diagrams . Reference Frame theory ­ equations of transformation, commonly used reference frames, transformation between reference frames, transformation of a balanced set. Induction machine Voltage and torque equation in machine variables, arbitrary reference frame equivalent circuits, voltage and torque equations in arbitrary reference frame variables, dynamic performance of induction motor, Vector control of induction motor. Synchronous machine - Voltage and torque equations in machine variables, equivalent circuits of 3-phase synchronous machine in arbitrary reference frames. EE5300 Digital Signal Processing Review of LTI systems and their properties, Convolution sum, Sampling of continuoustime signals, Discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT) and its properties, Sampling in frequency domain, Discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and its properties, Z-transform and its inverse, region of convergence, pole-zero locations and frequency response, stability analysis, implementation of discrete-time systems, design of FIR filters and IIR filters, linear phase filters, group delay, response of first and second order filters, Computational issues in DFT, FFT algorithm, Applications of DSP. EE5301 DSP Lab Basic DSP experiments like frequency analysis, A/D and D/A, speech acquisition and coding.

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EE5310 Probability and Random Processes Introduction to Probability; Definitions, scope and history; limitation of classical and relative-frequency-based definitions, Sets, fields, sample space and events; axiomatic definition of probability , Combinatorics: Probability on finite sample spaces, Joint and conditional probabilities, independence, total probability; Bayes' rule and applications, Random variables, Definition of random variables, continuous and discrete random variables, cumulative distribution function (cdf) for discrete and continuous random variables; probability mass function (pmf); probability density functions (pdf) and properties, Jointly distributed random variables, conditional and joint density and distribution functions, independence; Bayes' rule for continuous and mixed random variables, Function of random a variable, pdf of the function of a random variable; Function of two random variables; Sum of two independent random variables, Expectation: mean, variance and moments of a random variable, Joint moments, conditional expectation; covariance and correlation; independent, uncorrelated and orthogonal random variables, Random vector: mean vector, covariance matrix and properties, Some special distributions: Uniform, Gaussian and Rayleigh distributions; Binomial, and Poisson distributions; Multivariate Gaussian distribution, Vector-space representation of random variables, linear independence, inner product, Schwarz Inequality, Elements of estimation theory: linear minimum mean-square error and orthogonality principle in estimation, Moment-generating and characteristic functions and their applications, Bounds and approximations: Chebysev inequality and Chernoff Bound, Sequence of random variables and convergence, Almost sure (a.s.) convergence and strong law of large numbers; convergence in mean square sense with examples from parameter estimation; convergence in probability with examples; convergence in distribution, Central limit theorem and its significance, Random process: realizations, sample paths, discrete and continuous time processes, examples, Probabilistic structure of a random process; mean, autocorrelation and autocovariance functions, Stationarity: strict-sense stationary (SSS) and wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes, Autocorrelation function of a real WSS process and its properties, crosscorrelation function, Ergodicity and its importance, Spectral representation of a real WSS process: power spectral density, properties of power spectral density ; crosspower spectral density and properties; auto-correlation function and power spectral density of a WSS random sequence, Linear time-invariant system with a WSS process as an input: sationarity of the output, auto-correlation and power-spectral density of the output; examples with white-noise as input; linear shift-invariant discrete-time system with a WSS sequence as input, Spectral factorization theorem, Examples of random processes: white noise process and white noise sequence; Gaussian process; Poisson process, Markov Process EE5320 Digital Communications Basebad Digital Transmission:PAM, PWM, PPM,PCM,DM. Digital Transmission: BPSK, QPSK, QAM, BER Analysis, Performance in Rayleigh, Rician and Nakagami Fading. EE5321 Communications Lab Computer Simulations for all Analog and Digital Modulation Techniques, Design & Implementation of AM transceiver and FM transmitter, Design & Implementation of a BPSK modem. 72 IIT Hyderabad

EE5330 Information theory and coding Measures of information: Entropy, mutual information, differential entropy, Kullback Leibler distance, role of convexity, information inequalities, Source coding without loss: prefix codes, Kraft's inequality, Shannon, Huffman, arithmetic coding, Channel coding: Hamming codes, concept of Reed Solomon codes, convolution codes, turbo codes and LDPC codes, Method of types: universal source coding, Lempel-Ziv Coding, Lossy source coding: rate distortion theory via type-covering, Rate-distortion functions for the binary hamming and the Gaussian, mean-squared error problems, Channel coding: Shannon capacity via sphere-packing, Capacity of binary symmetric and Gaussian channels, Rate allocation in Gaussian source and channel coding: Reverse waterfilling and waterfilling, Application to signal compression and wireless communication. EE5410 Semiconductor Devices & Modelling Lattice structure, Band diagram and transport phenomenon of Semiconductor, Physics of Schottky, homo- and hetero-junction junctions semiconductor, Compact modelling of P-N diode, BJT and HBT, MOS Capacitance, MOS transistors and its modelling, Introduction on SOI and SiGe, Layout and Parasitics EE5420 VLSI Technology Environment for VLSI Technology : Clean room and safety requirements, Single crystal growth (Technique), Crystal defects, Wafer cleaning processes and wet chemical etching techniques; Impurity incorporation : Solid State diffusion modelling and technology; Ion Implantation modelling, technology and damage annealing; characterisation of Impurity profiles; Oxidation : Kinetics of Silicon dioxide growth both for thick, thin and ultrathin films; Oxidation technologies in VLSI and ULSI; Characterisation of oxide films; High k and low k dielectrics for ULSI; Lithography : Photolithography, E-beam lithography and newer lithography techniques for VLSI/ULSI; Mask generation; Chemical Vapor Deposition techniques : CVD techniques for deposition of polysilicon, silicon dioxide, silicon nitride and metal films; Epitaxial growth of silicon; modelling and technology; Metal film deposition : Evaporation and sputtering techniques. Failure mechanisms in metal interconnects; Multi-level metallisation schemes; Plasma and Rapid Thermal Processing: PECVD, Plasma etching and RIE techniques; RTP techniques for annealing, growth and deposition of various films for use in ULSI; Process integration for NMOS, CMOS and Bipolar circuits; Advanced MOS technologies. EE5430 Analog IC Design Review of CMOS Process Device Modelling, CMOS Amplifier Basics, Current and Voltage Sources, CMOS Operational Amplifiers, Noise in MOS Circuits, Data Conversion Circuits, Switched Capacitor Techniques, Continuous Time Filters, Clock Generation for Mixed Signal System ICs EE5440 Digital IC design and Verification Basic of Digital Design: Introduction to digital system, Synchronous and asynchronous system design, Finite State Machine with case studies, ASIC Design: Introduction to RTL (HDL) coding, Test bench writing, Combinational and Sequential circuit using HDL with Courses of Study 73

examples., Methodology for Digital Design: Synthesis, Timing analysis and verification, Introduction to Physical design, Computer Arithmetic for data path design: Fast adders, multipliers, dividers. CORDIC, Basic of DSP and Digital Communication systems architecture. EE 5xx0 Error Correcting Codes This course deals with the design, structure and decoding of Linear Block Codes, G Fields, Cyclic Codes, BCH, Convolution Codes, TCM, TURBO and LDPC codes. EE 6010 Applied Algebra This is a basic subject on matrix theory and (linear) algebra. Topics to be covered include, groups, systems of equations, vector spaces, determinants, eigenvalues, similarity, and positive definite matrices, linear transformations, symmetry groups, bilinear forms, and linear groups. EE6210 Switched Mode Power Conversion Linear dc to dc Power Converters, Non-idealities in Reactive Elements, Design of Inductors, Design of Transformers, Operating Principle of Non-isolated dc to dc Power Converters (buck, boost, buck-boost, Cuk) Equivalent Circuit Model of the non-isolated dc-dc converters. State Space Averaged Model of dc-dc Converters. Isolated converters (Forward, Flyback, Half/Full Bridge Converters). Closed Loop Control of Switching Converters, Resonant converters, zero current switching (ZCS) and zero voltage switching (ZVS). EE6310 Image and video processing Review of linear algebra, 2D Fourier transform, 2D sampling and reconstruction, 2D DTFT, Human visual perception --- spatial properties: physics, biology, empirical understanding, and image fidelity criterion, Image scanning and display: half-toning, dithering, error diffusion; RGB and CMYK systems, Image enhancements --- Point operations: display calibration, dynamic range compression, histogram equalization, color mapping, (changing color coordinates, pseudo-color, false color), Edge enhancements, filtering, Image restoration: degradation modeling, Inverse filtering, Wiener filtering, cleaning of additive and multiplicative noise, Image compression: lossless, Image compression: lossy --- predictive coding, transform coding, Karhunen Loeve transform, Discrete cosine transform, wavelet transform, quantization, subband coding, JPEG standards, Human visual perception --- temporal properties: spatiotemporal modulation transfer function, and fidelity criterion for video, Analog and digital television, video conferencing, Video restoration, Video compression: Motion estimation and compensation, MPEG standards EE6320 Wireless Sensor Networks Introduction to WSN, History and Applications Wireless Sensor Node Architecture- System level - Main components with detailed description, Microcontroller, Communication (RF) module, Sensors (depending on application) and signal conditioning, Memory, Power Supply, Battery Management, Energy Harvesting 74 IIT Hyderabad

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10.8. Department of Liberal Arts

LA1020 Principles of Economics Objective: The main aim of this course is to provide a basic understanding of Economics. The course will cover micro economics topics such as the theory of households making consumption, the theory of firms making input choices and output decisions and different types of market structures that these firms operate and Government policies to deal with market failure. Then in the second part of the session, the course will cover macro economics topics such as inflation, unemployment, balance of payments. Fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policy will also be examined. The course will improve student's abilities to evaluate views and opinions related to economics and develop their own perspectives based on sound reasoning. Brief Course Outline: Ten Principles of Economics - Thinking like an Economist - The Market Forces of Supply and Demand - Elasticity and Its Application - Consumers, Producers, and Efficiency of Markets ­ Externalities - The Costs of Production - Firms in Competitive Markets - Monopoly, Oligopoly, Monopolistic Competition - The Economics of Labour Market - Income Inequality and Poverty - Measuring National Income - Measuring the Cost of Living - Production and Growth - Saving, Investment and Financial System - Unemployment - The Monetary System - Money Growth and Inflation - Open-Economy Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts - Open-Economy Macroeconomics: Theory and Application - Short-run Economic Fluctuations LA2010 Introduction to Criticism and Theory This course offers an introductory survey of modern methodologies in criticism and theory. Readings include key texts from such schools as New Criticism, Psychoanalysis, Structuralism, Post-structuralism, Marxism, Feminism, and Postcolonial studies. The course provides a basic understanding of issues, techniques, and vocabularies used in contemporary literary analysis. While the course offers a foundation in cultural and aesthetic analysis, it also provides a firm grounding to technical undergraduates in the key concepts and issues of what has come to be called "theory" in the humanities. LA2030 Basic Econometrics and Forecasting Objectives: This course is designed to provide a practical view to statistical methods in the area for econometric modeling and forecasting. This course is taught primarily through lectures and assignments. The course is essential for predicting future trends and, thereby, for planning and business decision making processes. The assignments

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provide students with a hands-on experience in the area of econometrics and forecasting for handling uncertainties inherent in matters related future outcomes. Forecasting is essential for market analysis, investment decisions, resource planning, financial projections, meeting market requirements in terms of expectations of future sales/trends. Topics: The Nature of Regression Analysis - Two-variables Regression Analysis - Twovariables Regression Model: The Problem of Estimation - Classical Normal Linear Regression Model - Interval Estimation and Hypothesis Testing - Multiple Regression Analysis - Dummy Variable Regression Model ­ Multicollinearity ­ Heteroscedasticity Autocorrelation - The Forecasting Perspective - Basic Forecasting Tools - Time Series Decomposition - Exponential Smoothing Methods - Box- Jenkins (ARIMA) Methodology LA3020 Psychology of Personality Course Description: Personality Psychology addresses questions about how individuals develop characteristics that make them unique from each other, why they act and behave the way they do, historical issues and controversies that personality psychologists have encountered, techniques used in assessing personality, and how the study of personality psychology maybe applied to everyday life. This course will provide an overview of current theory and research in the field of personality psychology. Some of the major personality theories and research on human personalities will be introduced, evaluated and critiqued. Since the organization of personality is a complex one, shaped by many influences such as genetics, environment, internal conflicts etc, one may recognize that there is no one approach that would present an integrated picture of human personality. Hence, an overall perspective that includes a multitude of factors will be considered when studying personality. The aim of this course is to not only help in understanding personality theory but also to explore how one may apply concepts from personality psychology for both personal development as well as in understanding others. Course Content: What is Personality - Theoretical Approaches: Theories, limitations, and their current status - Personality Assessment & Application - Personality Disorders - Applied Personality Psychology LA3030 Culture and Personality Development Course Description: This course tries to track the trajectory of personality development throughout Indian history. It mainly touches upon the cultural aspect and what role it has played in shaping a general Indian personality. However, culture is a constantly changing phenomenon and its main source of change is again human itself. Thus, the course looks at the continuous reciprocity between culture and human and how this has been shaping Indian history. A brief and flexible chronology will be followed starting from ancient scriptures, British colonialism to current pivotal personality development literature and several basic issues that it raises. Basic object of the course is to aid the student to understand that the theme `personality development' is a volatile one depending on the confluence of several socio-historic contexts and elements. It helps the student to understand what a common Indian personality has come up with, how to negotiate his/her own terms to personality development without compromising the needs of either him/herself or the nation. 76 IIT Hyderabad

Course Content: What is personality development- gender during ancient times and how women set up their own terms of self-respect, what did British colonialism do to a common Indian and what were the counter strategies that a common Indian used against it- Argument as a tool for PD- current issues and aids that the PD literature offers. LA7xx0 Basic Statistics This is a course on introductory level statistics. The course will familiarize students with important topics in statistical concepts and techniques. The emphasis will not only be on computational methods but also on interpretation of the findings. The aim of this course is to enable students to evaluate data obtained from empirical research. Topics: Introduction to statistics: Population & Sample, Variable, Research Methods, Scales of Measurement - Frequency Distribution - Central Tendency - Variability Probability and the normal distribution - Introduction to t-statistics - Introduction to analysis of variance - Correlation and Regression. LAxxx0 Financial markets and institutions Objectives: The aim of this course is to provide an overview of financial institutions, their role in the financial system, the products and services they provide and the manner in which they are regulated and managed, with special reference to the Indian context. The course also focuses on the major risks faced by financial institutions and the techniques used to manage these risks. Topics: Role of financial markets and institutions - Central Bank and monetary policy - Debt security Market - Equity market Derivative security markets - Commercial banking - Banking Institutions - Non-Bank financial intermediaries - Foreign exchange market LAxxx0 Research Methodology Course Outline: This course aims to familiarize the student with varieties of methodological and technical approaches to research in the Humanities. The course proposes to develop skills such as analysis, argumentation, composition, and presentation in the student. Further, it seeks to help the student learn the basic concepts of compiling and dealing with research material, preparing bibliographies and other significant techniques of research.

10.9. Department of Materials Science & Engineering

MS5010 Properties of Materials Electrical Properties: Introduction, Basic concept of electric conduction, Free electron and Band theory, Classification of materials, Insulator, Semiconductor, Metal, Superconductor etc. novel materials, some recent trends. Magnetic Properties: Introduction, Orgin of magnetism, Units, Types of magnetic ordering: dia-para-ferroferri and antiferro-magnetism, Soft and Hard magnetic materials, examples of some magnetic materials with applications, CMR, magnetocaloric materials and spin glasses. Dielectric and ferroelectric properties: Dielectric constant and polarizability, temperature and frequency effects, electric breakdown, structural phase transitions, Courses of Study 77

Ferroelectric crystals, Classification of ferroelectric materials: piezo-pyro and antiferroelectric materials, multiferroic materials, relaxor materials. Optical Properties: Introduction - Interaction of light with electrons in solids; absorption, colour, refraction, polarization, optical process, semiconducting devices like photodiode, solar cell, LED and Lasers. Mechanical properties: Introduction, elastic, anelastic and viscoelastic behaviour, stress-strain relationship, plastic deformation, Creep, fatigue, elasticity, plasticity, superplasticity, viscoelasticity and creep of metals, polymers, ceramics Special topics: Biomaterials, Nanomaterials, Composite materials, MEMS applications MS5020 Electron Microscopy Principles of electron microscopy-scattering mode and transmission mode: SEM, TEM, electron diffraction and X-ray; Resolution and magnification; Instrumentation (electron gun, acceleration, magnification, etc); Aberration, distortion and mitigation; Applications of SEM: Surface morphology, qualitative and quantitative phase analysis; Applications of TEM: Bright Field and Dark Field imaging, diffraction, resolution and magnification; Limitations of electron microscopy; Recent developments in electron microscopy MS5040 Thermo Mechanical Processing of Materials Introduction to thermo mechanical processing; Hardening mechanisms; Static and dynamic softening processes; Crystallographic texture development during thermo mechanical processing; Different thermo mechanical processing techniques; Residual stress in thermo mechanical processing; Defects in thermo mechanical processing; Case studies: Thermo mechanical processing of steel, aluminum, magnesium, titanium and other advanced alloy systems; Recent trends in thermo mechanical processing MS5050 Advanced Physical Metallurgy Structure of materials, characterization techniques, imperfection in solids, strengthening mechanisms, Concept of phase and phase diagrams, mechanical behavior of materials including tensile, compressive, fatigue, creep and fracture, materials degradation, selected engineering materials and their applications MS5080 Thin Film Technology Introduction to thin films: Definition of thin films - Formation of thin films (sticking coefficient, formation of thermodynamically stable cluster - nucleation) - Environment (Gas phase and plasma) for thin film deposition; Deposition parameters and their effects on film growth, Substrates ­ overview of various substrates utilized. Vacuum technology: Concept of different vacuum pumps: rotary, diffusion, Turbo molecular pump, Cryogenic-pump, Ti-sublimation pump, Concept of different gauges: pirani, penning, Pressure Control ­ Mass flow controllers. Physical vapor deposition (PVD) techniques: Evaporation- Thermal evaporation, Electron beam evaporation; Laser ablation; Ion beam evaporation and Cathodic arc deposition, Molecular Beam Epitaxy. Glow discharge Sputtering- DC and RF Sputtering; Magnetron sputtering; Ion beam sputtering ­ Reactive sputtering

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Chemical vapor deposition techniques: Advantages and disadvantages of Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) techniques over PVD techniques, Different kinds of CVD techniques: Metallorganic (MO) CVD, Photoassisted CVD, Thermally activated CVD, Plasma enhanced CVD, Low pressure (LP) CVD, Atomic layer deposition (ALD)Importance of ALD technique. Epitaxy ­ Introduction Epitaxial growth- Growth kinetics of epitaxy, Growth modes ­ illustration of crystallographic relations with thin film to substrate, characterization of epilayers (insitu and exsitu) ­ RHEED ­ XRR, Utilization of various methods to grow epilayers (PVD and CVD) Thickness Determination techniques: Thickness determination methods in thin film (insitu and exsitu) ­ Non Destructive Techniques - quartz crystal monitoring technique, optical interferometry, Ellipsometry, profilometric techniques. Destructive Techniques ­ depth profiling and cross sectional electron microscopy Self Assembly methodologies and Nanostructures: Chemical self-assembly, selfassembly in nanotechnology, self-assembled monolayers, Nanocrystal self assembly, artificial superlattices, Methods of self-assembly and nano structures, Applications of self assembled monolayers. Characterization of Thin films: Structural characterization of thin films - Advanced Xray characterization of epilayers - compositional characterization - surface sensitive photoemission techniques (UPS,XPS). MS5090 Advanced Materials ­ Synthesis and Characterization Low dimensional Materials, Electronic & Magnetic Materials, Superconductors, Mott insulators, Bethe Slater Curve, Thermoelectric Materials, Optical Materials, PbMo6S8, NiO, La2CuO4, Biomaterials: Introduction; Requirements (Mechanical Properties, Biocompatibility, High corrosion and wear resistance, Osseointegration); Currently used metallic biomedical materials and their limitations; Ti alloys (thermomechanical processing, microstructure and properties, wear, corrosion behavior, surface modification); Ti alloys used in Dentistry; Next generation biomaterials ­ Nanophase materials Energy Conversion and Energy Storage Materials: Energy Conversion Materials (Thermoelectric materials, Piezoelectric materials, Solar cells); Energy Storage Materials (Li-ion Batteries, Fuel Cells and Nickel-MH batteries, Hydrogen storage) MS5110 Scientific Writing and Ethics in Research A journey from writing a manuscript till sending it to the journal: Introduction to the journal formats related to science and engineering streams; Arrangements of research outcomes into journal format; Basic English grammar skills for writing manuscripts; Rules of manuscript writing like tables, equations, figures, references, cover letter, etc. To reaffirm the right human morals while performing research, ethics of correct scientific practices will be taught in details.

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MA1010 Calculus-1 This course introduces students to the basic concepts of real valued functions of single and multiple variables and their continuity, differentiability and integrability along with some applications. To summarize, the course discusses in detail the following topics: Sequences and series and their convergence aspects - Continuity, differentiability and integrability of real valued functions of both single and multiple variable functions. Series expansion of functions and the associated convergence aspects. MA1020 Vectors, Matrices and Differential Equations To cover the basics of Vector Calculus, Matrix Theory and Eigen Values and Ordinary Differential Equations, with a quick introduction to Partial Differential Equations. Multiple Integrals: Double and Triple Integrals and their applications. Vector Integration: Line Integrals, Surface Integrals, Stoke's formula and Divergence Theorem. Matrix Theory: Linear dependence and independence, Solutions to a system of linear equations, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of real and complex matrices, Diagonalisation process, Quadratic forms. Ordinary Differential Equations: First order: Bernoulli, Exact, Integrating Factors; Higher order linear ODEs with constant coefficients, second order ODEs with variable coefficients, Method of variation of parameters, System of first order ODEs. Partial Differential Equations: First order linear PDE, Quasi-linear PDE, Method of characteristics, Cauchy problem, First order non-linear PDEs of special types. MA2020 Probability and Numerical Methods To introduce students to basics of Probability and Random variables and to expose them to different Numerical algorithms and discuss their applicability and suitability in different areas. Probability: Definitions and Properties, Random Variables, Distribution Functions, Moments of random variables, Conditional Expectations, Special distributions, Laws of large numbers, Central Limit Theorem. Numerical Methods: Solutions of non-linear equations, Interpolation, Solutions to system of linear equations, Numerical Integration, Solutions of differential equations. MA2040 Complex variables, Algebra and Transforms This course introduces students to the basic concepts of complex valued functions of complex variables and their analyticity and integrability along with some applications. It then exposes students to linear spaces, bases and some transformations. To summarize, the course discusses in detail the following topics: Complex variables: analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, residue theorem Linear algebra: Vector spaces, bases, linear transformations, Jordan forms, Inner product spaces, linear and bilinear forms Transformations: Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, Fourier and inverse Fourier transforms, application to differential equations.

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MA6010 Wavelets and applications This course introduces the mathematically oriented students to the basic concepts of Wavelet transforms, the recent developments and some applications. To summarize, the course discusses in detail the following topics: Fourier transform - Continuous wavelet transform, frames - Multiresolution analysis, discrete wavelets, - Spline, orthogonal and biorthogonal wavelets - Applications in image processing, Numerical analysis MA6020 Fuzzy Logic Connectives and their Applications Fuzzy Logic Connectives :T-norms : Classes and their generation process, Algebraic and analytical properties, related conjunctions. Fuzzy implications: Classes and their generation process, Algebraic and analytical properties.Fuzzy Measures and Integrals: An Introduction. Applications: Including but not limited to :Approximate Reasoning, Clustering and Data Analysis, Image Processing MAxxx0 Approximation Theory The Theorems of Weierstrass, Bernstein, Fejer, and Korovkin, Stone's Approximation Theorem and the Stone-Weierstrass Theorem, Some applications, Best approximation in normed spaces: some basic notions and results, Degree of uniform approximation by algebraic and trigonometric polynomials - Modulus of continuity and modulii of smoothness - Jackson's theorems - Bernstein's inequality for trigonometric polynomials - Inverse theorems for uniform trigonometric approximation, Bernstein and Markov inequalities for algebraic polynomials, Characterizations of best uniform approximants - Theorems of Collatz and Schewdt, Collatz and Kolmogorov - Haar systems and the Haar-Kolmogorov Theorems - Chebyshev's Alternation Theorem and a couple of applications. MAxxx0 Differential Equations Ordinary Differential Equations: Existence Theorems, Series solutions, Sturm-Liouville's Systems, Autonomous Systems, Stability Theory. Partial Differential Equations: Cauchy ­ Kowlewsky Theorem, Cauchy Problem, 2nd Order PDEs and Classifications, Separation of variables and Fourier Series/Transform based techniques and application. MAxxx0 Redundant and sparse representation theory Redundant representations, Orthogonal, nonorthogonal and frame type bases, Sparsity, Coherence, Uncertainty Principle , L1 minimization, Probabilistic and deterministic approaches, Convex and iterative methods, Applications in analog-todigital conversion, Nyquist sampling theory, Low-rank matrix recovery, Dictionary design, Recent developments MAxxx0 Topics in Algebra Review of basic aspects of groups, rings. Fields and applications.Introduction to basic aspects of differential algebra.

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MAxxx0 Topics in Analysis Analysis: Review of metric spaces, compactness, connectedness and completeness. Measures and integration theory, Lp-spaces. Complex Analysis: Analytic functions, Harmonic conjugates, Cauchy theorems and consequences, Power series, Maximum modulus theorem, PhragmenLindelof theorem, Singularities, Laurent series, Residues. Mobius transformations. Review of Functional Analysis: Normed Linear spaces, Hahn-Banach Theorem, Open Mapping Theorem, Uniform Bounded Principle, Hilbert spaces, Inner product, Orthogonality, Orthonormal bases, Riesz Lemma, The space L2 as a Hilbert space, basic operator theory in Hilbert spaces.

10.11. Department of Mechanical Engineering

ME1210 Engineering Mechanics Introduction: Definition for rigid body, statics, dynamics (kinematics and kinetics); Idealization in mechanics; Vector operations; Resultant of system of coplanar forces (parallelogram and triangular construction); Free body diagram; Resolution of forces in 3D; Equilibrium equation; Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram; Analysis of trusses ­ Method of joints and Method of sections; stability of trusses; space trusses; Mass and Geometric properties of members ­ Centre of gravity and moment of inertia for simple geometries; Parallel and Perpendicular ­ axes theorem; Kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies; Virtual work done; Energy method for particles. ME2110 Mechanics of Solids Introduction -Tension, compression and shear; Axially loaded members; Torsion; Stresses in beams; Analysis of stress and strain; Applications of plane stress ­ Pressure vessel, beams, Combined loading; Deflections of beams; Buckling of columns; Energy methods; Statically Indeterminate beams. ME2120 Thermodynamics Introduction to thermodynamics. System, surroundings, boundaries, classification of systems. Units and dimensions. Conversion factors. Properties of systems. Equilibrium, processes, interactions. The work interaction. Thermodynamic definition of work. Characteristics of the work interaction. Evaluation of work. Adiabatic boundary. Adiabatic systems and processes. Adiabatic work. The First Law. Basic form. Energy of a system. The heat interaction. Sign convention. Diathermic boundary. Zeroth law. Isothermal states. Empirical temperature. Principles of thermometry. Scales of temperature. Gas thermometer. The ideal gas. Ideal gas temperature scale. The state principle. Equations of state. Properties of gases. Properties of steam. Introduction to steam tables. Other equations of state. Van-der-Waals gas. Critical state. Reduced equation of state. First law for open systems. Derivation of the general form. Special cases. Steady-flow energy equation.

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The Second Law. Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statements. Equivalence of statements. Carnot theorem. Thermodynamic temperature. Kelvin scale. Carnot engine. Equivalence of thermodynamic Kelvin scale and ideal gas Kelvin scale. Clausius inequality. Definition of entropy. Evaluation of entropy. Principle of increase of entropy. Formulation of second law for closed and open systems. Combined first and second laws. Availability and Exergy. Lost work. ME2210 Fluid Mechanics Fluid continuum - Properties of fluids - Methods of describing fluid motion - Kinematics of fluid streamlines, streak lines, path lines - equation of Continuity, Euler's equations of motion - Navier Strokes equations. Hydrostatics - Manometry - Fluid force on planes and curved surfaces, submerged and floating bodies - stability of submerged and floating bodies - Aerostatics - variation of pressure, temperature and density with altitude - stability of atmosphere - Relative equilibrium - Fluids subjected to uniform linear acceleration and uniform rotation. Analysis of fluid motion in integral form - Concept of a system and a control volume equations of continuity, energy, linear momentum and angular momentum as applied to a control volume in fluid flow and their applications to propellers, cascades and pumps and turbines. Dimensional analysis, similitude and model testing - Laminar and turbulent flows Viscous effects - Boundary layer - Separation phenomena - Losses in pipes and minor features. Hydrodynamics - Two dimensional ideal fluid motion, stream function and potential functions - Source, sink, vortex and double flows - flow around a circular cylinder with and without circulation - transformation of a circular cylinder to an aerofoil - aerofoil characteristics- Effects of viscosity. ME2220 Kinematics & Dynamics of Machinery Basic Kinematic concepts: Introduction to mechanisms, Links, Kinematic pairs, Kinematic chains, Mechanism and Inversions, Kennedy's theorem, Velocity and acceleration in mechanism, Relative velocity methods, Instantaneous center of rotation, Acceleration diagram, Acceleration center. Cams: Synthesis of translating flat-face, translating roller and oscillating roller follower cams. Gears: terminology, fundamental law of gearing, involute profile, Interference and undercutting, minimum number of teeth, contact ratio, bevel helical, spiral and worm gears, Gear Trains ­ simple, compound and epicyclic gear trains; sliding gear boxes and synchronous gear boxes. Dynamics of machines: Dynamics of Rigid Bodies in Plane Motion; Dynamic Force Analysis of Machines. Balancing of inertia forces: Balancing of rotors, balancing of inline internal combustion engines. Friction Devices: Introduction to friction, Belt, chain and rope drive, Transmission of Power through friction clutch. ME2230 Manufacturing Science -1 Objective and Scope: The course aims to introduce students with the fundamentals of science of manufacturing techniques. The course includes conventional and state-ofart manufacturing techniques as listed below

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Methods of manufacture ­ metal casting, metal forming and metal joining: Basic Principles, Processes, equipment, process variables; Basic methods of manufacture of plastics, ceramics and composite parts; Non Traditional manufacturing processes ­ Basic Principles, features of equipment, process variables ­ Mechanical, thermo-mechanical, Thermo-electrical, Chemical, thermo-chemical and hybrid processes. ME2411 Mechanical Engineering Lab I Fluid Mechanics: Laminar and turbulent flow - Venturi principle - Friction coefficients in pipe flow - Flow visualization - Measuring instruments to measure velocity and pressure in fluid flow - Measurement of pressure distribution over body contour Experiments designed to cover the above. Solid Mechanics: Spring Stiffness, Hardness testing, Deflection of Beams, Buckling of Struts, Thin Cylinder behaviour, UTM-Tensile testing, Torsion testing ME3110 Heat and Mass Transfer Objective: One objective of the course is to introduce the fundamental concepts and principles that underlie heat transfer processes. A second objective is to apply knowledge of heat transfer for design of heat transfer equipments and to solve problems relevant to technology and society. Introductions ­ Steady state conduction in one and two-dimensional systems ­ one dimensional unsteady state conduction; analytical and numerical methods. Extended surface heat transfer (Fins). Convection: Basic equations, Dimensional analysis, Boundary layers; Forced convections: External and internal flows, correlations, Natural convection and Mixed convection. Design of heat exchangers: LMTD and NTU methods. Radiation heat transfer: Basic laws, properties of surfaces, view factors, network method and enclosure analysis for gray ­ diffuse enclosures containing transparent media, engineering treatment of gas radiation. Boiling and Condensation. Current trends of research in the field of heat transfer. ME3120 Manufacturing Science -2 Objective and Scope: The course aims to introduce students with the fundamentals of science of machining processes and to develop understanding of different metrological methods to ensure accurate and precise machining operations. The course includes conventional and state-of-art machining techniques and related metrological practices as listed below Machining: Principles of Metal cutting: orthogonal and oblique cutting; mechanics of machining; Machine Tools - turning, milling, shaping, drilling: Construction and working; Process variables; Cutting tools ­nomenclature, material and tool life; Machinability ; Abrasive machining processes- grinding, honing, lapping, burnishing and super finishing: Equipment, process variables and surface features; Surface integrity concepts.Introduction to NC and CNC: Concepts and programming ­ Constructional features of various machine tools; Introduction to computer integrated manufacturing. Metrology : Fundamentals of measurements: Errors, Length Standards, Gauging, Comparators, limits & Fits and Tolerances; Role of metrology in quality assurance; Measurement of geometric forms , Flatness, Straightness, form errors; Slip gauges; 84 IIT Hyderabad

Surface finish measurements; Coordinate measuring machines; Vision applications in Metrology; Optical metrology and laser interferometry; Nano measurements. ME3130 Design of Machine Elements Design consideration-limits, fits, tolerances and standardization, a brief introduction to strength of materials, modes of failure, failure theories. Design of shafts under static and fatigue loadings. Design of springs - helical, compression, tension, torsional and leaf springs. Design of joints ­ threaded fasteners, preloaded bolt joints, welded and glued joints. Design and analysis of sliding and rolling contact bearings. Analysis and applications of power screws and couplings. Analysis of clutches and brakes. Design of belt and chain drives. Design of spur, helical, bevel and worm gears. ME3230 Turbo Machines Course Outline: This course is intended to give a detailed introduction to various axial and radial flow turbomachines. Both thermodynamics and fluid mechanics of the turbomachines will be covered in this course. Basic Principles - Dimensional Analysis - Two-dimensional cascades - Axial flow turbines - Axial flow compressors and ducted fans - Centrifugal pumps. Fans, compressors - Radial flow gas turbines - Hydraulic turbines ME3140 IC Engines Classification, Basic Working Principles, Components and Engine Operating Events of an IC Engine - Engine Operating Parameters: Geometry, Torque, Power and Work; Fuel Consumption and Efficiencies - Thermochemistry for IC Engines: Fuels and Testing; Combustion Reactions; Combustion Efficiencies; Chemical Kinetics and Exhaust Gas Analysis - Engine Cycle Models: Basic Thermodynamic Analysis; Air Standard Cycles; Fuel-Air Standard Cycles; Comparisons to Real Engines Cycles - Intake Flow Considerations: Gas Flow Processes; Valve Design; Fuel Induction Processes for SI and CI Engines - Combustion Chamber Considerations: In-cylinder Aerodynamics; Burning Process for SI and CI Engines; Abnormal combustion in SI Engines (Knock) - Pollutant Formation and Control: Emission Measurement ­ NOx, CO, Unburned Hydrocarbon, Particulates, formation and their control. ME3210 Instrumentation & Control Sensitivity, linearity and resolution of instruments; Uncertainty of measurements; Signal conditioners - bridge circuits, errors in measurement - Measurement of displacement, velocity, acceleration, force, torque, pressure, flow, temperature, and sound pressure level Classification of control systems - Block diagram representation and reductions Mathematical background and mathematical model of physical systems - Time domain analysis, transient response and stability - Frequency response methods, polar plot, bode diagrams, Nyquist stability criteria, relative stability ­ Controllers ME3220 Production Engineering Management functions, Evolution of Management Theory, Management approach to Planning, Analysis and Control functions involved in a Production System; Production Courses of Study 85

cycles, planning functions; Types of industry : Job, Batch, Continuous, Mass and Flow Productions; Organisation and policies in respect of production planning and control; Product design and development; Forecasting techniques; Scheduling, Sequencing and plant loading for optimal utilization; Queueing models and line balancing; Materials Planning and Control, Inventory Management; Value Analysis; Productivity Analysis, Mechanics of production control. ME3311 Mechanical Engineering Lab II Two-dimension meshing and elements for sheet work and thin shells, effect of mesh density and biasing in critical region, comparison between tria and quad elements, quality checks, jacobian, distortion, stretch, free edge, duplicate node and shell normal. Three-dimension meshing and elements, only 3 DOF, algorithm for tria to tetra conversion, floating and fixed trias, quality checks for tetra meshing, brick meshing and quality checks, special elements and techniques, introduction to weld, bolt, bearing and shrink fit simulations, CAE and test data correlations, post processing techniques ME3413 Machine Drawing & Solid Modelling Assembly and production drawings indicating tolerances, surface finish etc. in detail. Exercise involving use of ISI conventions in drawing. Creative sketching and detailed drawing of simple assemblies. Exercises involving process equipment, process flow, control diagrams. ME3425 Project 1/Mini-project Objective: To direct students toward the process of designing and development through visualization, planning and manufacturing a product leading to `Invention and Innovation". Procedure: Group of two students would design, draw, fabricate and test a product based on relevant engineering principle ME3431 Mechanical Engineering Lab III Objective and Scope: The course aims to introduce students with the experimental perspective of machining and metrological methods essential to ensure accurate and precise machining operations. The course includes experiments on the following aspects: Confidence interval and measurement variations using statistical analysis; Construction, working and operations of machining processes - Lathe, Milling and Grinding ; Production of a part using machining processes ; Inspection Gauges ( Ring, plug, snap, filler, pitch ); design of a limit gauge for given specifications; Measurement of cutting forces and evaluation of effects of machining conditions on forces ; Construction, working and operations of Coordinate Measuring Machine, Measurement of geometric features; Linear, Angular and Form measurement. ME4110/5310 CAD Introduction - Role of Computers in design and manufacture: Solid modeling techniques and algorithms for modeling, data structures for solid models; Surface 86 IIT Hyderabad

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ME5110 Advanced Mechanics of Solids Introduction; Stress definition and stress-traction relations; Deformation, strain definition, strain-displacement relation; Constitutive equations; Equilibrium and compatibility equations; Two dimensional problem solutions ­ Plane stress and Plane strain; Advanced two dimensional problems ­ plate with a hole, rotating disk, disk under diametral compression; Axisymmetric problems; Torsion ­ Prandtl stress function; membrane analogy; Special problems ­ Wedge with boundary tractions, concentrated force on half plane; Thermoelasticity. ME5120 Dynamics and Vibration Review of Newtonian dynamics ­ constraints ­ degrees of freedom ­ virtual work ­ Lagrange's equations ­ Lagrange multiplier rule ­ Hamilton's principle, principle of least action ­ generalized coordinates ­ rigid body in three dimensions ­ Euler angles ­ friction models ­ introduction to multi-body dynamics Single degree of freedom systems: free vibration ­ natural frequency ­ damping ­ forced harmonic vibration ­ transient vibration; vibrations of multi degree of freedom systems ­ mode-shapes ­ vibration absorbers, isolators - vibration of continuous systems - mode summation method - classical methods of analysis ME5130 Finite Element Method Mathematical Preliminaries, Integral Formulations and Variation Method. Linear finite element procedures in one and two dimensional problems in solid mechanics. Convergence, interpolation functions, isoperimetric mapping, numerical integration and modeling consideration. Application of FEM to single variable two dimensional problems governed by Poisson's equation. Weighted residual methods - Galerkin approximation. Introduction to constraint equations by Lagrange multipliers and penalty method. Solution of linear algebraic equations. FEM programming. ME5220 Metal Removal Processes Theory of metal cutting- mechanics of cutting - shear angle theories - cutting tool materials, tool geometry - tool wear and tool life - cutting fluids - dynamic stability of metal cutting systems. Non-traditional machining processes such as EDM, USM, AJM, WJM, AWJM, AFM, LBM, EBM, Plasma machining etc. - mechanism of material removal, characteristic features and applications in each case. High speed machiningabrasive processes, machining of polymers, ceramics, glasses and composites. ME5310 Viscous Fluid Flow Viscous forces with relevance to aerospace systems - effects of viscosity in thin layers near the wall, i.e. laminar and turbulent boundary layers - slender aerodynamic bodies in air vehicles - exact and approximate theoretical analysis of boundary layers and other viscous flows - physics and effects of separation of boundary layers - engineering determination of viscous drag forces and fundamental understanding of viscous flow physics.

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ME5320 Advanced Heat Transfer Objective: One objective of the course is to introduce the analytical and numerical methods to solve multi-dimensional heat transfer problems. A second objective is to apply knowledge of heat transfer for design of heat transfer equipments and to solve problems relevant to technology and society. Introduction ­ Review of fundamentals of heat transfer. Conduction: General heat conduction equation, Analytical and numerical solutions of two dimensional steady state heat conduction; Transient conduction, extended surface heat transfer (Fins). Convection: Governing equations, boundary layer equations, equations for turbulent convective heat transfer. Forced convection over external surfaces and internal ducts; Similarity solutions, Numerical solutions. Free and Mixed convection flows, Conjugate heat transfer analysis. Radiation: Basic relations of radiation, Radiation exchange in non-participating medium and long enclosures. Applications: heat exchangers, cooling of electronic devices, moving materials undergo thermal processing. ME5330 Computational Fluid Dynamics Discretization of derivatives by finite differences, discretization error, time-stepping, numerical stability and consistency, Classification of PDEs, Steady and unsteady conduction, explicit and implicit method, direct and diiterative methods of solution, advection-diffusion problems, upwinding and convective schemes, Finite-volume method, vorticity-streamfunction approach, Navier-Stokes equations, MAC and SIMPLE algorithms on staggered grids. ME5411/911 Design Engineering Core Lab I & II Introduction to Matlab, Maple and ANSYS and its application to Statics and Dynamic Analysis. - Variables, scripts, and operations, visualization and programming in Matlab, Maple, and ANSYS, solving equations- linear and nonlinear algebraic equations, systems of linear and nonlinear equations, differentiations/integration, differential equations-ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations, curve fitting. Advanced methods-probability and statistics, monte carlo simulations, simulinks. - Symbolic computation: Application of Maple and Matlab SYM - FEM Based computation: Application of Matlab and Ansys - Model problems related to solid mechanics and vibration. ME5471/971 Thermo-Fluid Engineering Core Lab I & II Introduction to Mat lab and fluent software's: Basic and Industrial CFD study using the fluent software. Flow visualization and Aerodynamic forces over bodies- Thermal conductivity of the liquids- flow boiling- Fluidized bed combustion- condensation ­ experiments designed to cover the above. ME5610 Fracture Mechanics Review of elements of solid mechanics; Analysis of stress-strain-constitutive equations; Introduction to fracture mechanics; Crack growth mechanisms; Fracture mechanism; Courses of Study 89

Inglis solution; Griffith's realization; Energy principles; Energy release rate; Linear elastic fracture mechanics; Stress intensity factor; SIF for general cases ­ analytical/numerical/experimental; Multi-parameter stress field equation; Elastic plastic fracture mechanics; J-integral definition; Fatigue crack propagation; Evaluation of testing standards. ME5620 Mechatronic Systems Course Objectives: Mechatronics is the discipline that integrates several engineering disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering involved in the design of mechatronic products. This course is intended to impart necessary knowledge in understanding the working of mechatronic products and also assist in the design of mechatronic systems. Course Outline: Overview of mechatronic systems ­ mathematical modeling of systems ­ introduction to control ­ sensors and transducers ­ signal conditioning ­ amplification, filtering, analog-to-digital converters and digital-to-analog converters ­ data presentation systems ­ actuators ­ electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic ­ analog electric circuits, operational amplifiers ­ digital logic circuits, microprocessors, microcontrollers, DSPs, Programmable Logic Controllers ­ programming in assembly and C ­ communication interfaces ­ RTOS ­ machine vision systems ­ robotics. ME5630 Nonlinear Oscillation A brief review of linear systems: solution methodology, phase space and stability analysis. - Different types of nonlinear systems and its classification based on the nature of nonlinearity. Nonlinear systems: Modeling of single/multi-degree of freedom dynamical systems with single/multiple inputs, evolution equations obtained from continuous systems, existence of nonlinear resonances (primary/ secondary/ internal/ combination/ sub-combination). - Asymptotic techniques: Regular perturbation (straight forward expansion, Harmonic balance), singular perturbation methods (Lindstedt-Poincare, Averaging), multiple scales (Ordinary and partial differential equations), - Equilibrium stability vs orbital stability of periodic (ultrasubharmonic) and quasiperiodic systems, Introduction to local bifurcation theory (divergence (saddlenode/pitch fork)) and flutter (Hopf),Numerical techniques (integration, sampling (Poincares maps/spectral), bifurcation). - Applications include external/parametric excitation of resonant engineering systems, self-excited oscillatory systems, boundary/field excitation of continuous large scale, micro and nano systems (String/rod/beam, buckling/whirling) - A brief introduction to Chaos. ME5710 CNC & Part Programming Introduction : NC/CNC, CNC machines, Industrial applications of CNC, economic benefits of CNC. CNC Machine Tools: Classification of machine tools, CNC machines tool design, control systems. Position control velocity control and machine tool control, Interpolation and electronics. Data Input: Punched tape, manual data input, tape punch, reader error checking. CNC tooling : Qualified and pre-set tooling, tooling systems, tool setting, automatic tool changers, work holding and setting. Programming: Part programming language, programming procedures, proving part programmes, computer aided part programming. Advances : Advances in CNC programming, integration with CAD, material handling in CNC machines, manufacturing systems. 90 IIT Hyderabad

ME5720 Advanced Material Joining Processes Analysis of heat sources for material joining, Parameters in welding and their control, Analysis of 2D,3D heat flow in welds. Modern welding process like EBW, LBW, Diffusion bonding, Ultrasonic welding etc. Pulsed current welding processes. Welding of Ceramics, Plastics, Composites. Weldment design for Pressure vessels, Offshore structures and Subma-rine Pipe lines, Heavy structures. Failure of welds, NDT of welds, Inspection codes for weldments ME5730 Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing Overview of Rapid Product Development: Product Developing Cycle, Definition of Rapid Product Development, Virtual prototypical and rapid manufacturing technologies, Physical Prototyping & rapid manufacturing technologies, Synergic integration technologies - Rapid Prototyping: Principal of Rapid Prototyping, Various RP technologies, Selection of a suitable RP process for a given application, Status of outstanding issue in RP- accuracy, speed, materials (strength, homogeneity and isotropy), Emerging Trends - Rapid Tooling: Introduction to Rapid Tooling, Indirect Rapid Tooling Processes, Direct Rapid Tooling Processes, Emerging Trends in Rapid Tooling - Reverse Engineering: Data Extraction, Data Processing - Applications and Case Studies: Engineering Applications, Medical Applications - Processing of Polyhedral Data: Polyhedral BRep modeling, Introduction to STL format, Defects and repair of STL files, Overview of the algorithms required for RP&T and Reverse Engineering - Laboratory and Demonstration Sessions: Processing STL files using Magics, QuickSlice and OptilLOM ? reading, repairing, slicing etc.., Making models on FDM RP machine, Demonstration of Silicon Rubber Molding, Demonstration of Epoxy Tooling, Demonstration of Metal Spray Tooling, Demonstration of Hybrid Layered Manufacturing, Exercise on Laminated Tooling ME5810 Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Navier-Stokes, Energy equations. Finite-volume method (FVM) on staggered rectilinear grids using MAC, SMAC & SIMPLE. Collocated grids. N-S solutions on structured nonorthogonal grids using FVM and using transformations and Finite-differences. Iterative methods, conjugate gradient method. Navier-Stokes solution on unstructured grids. ME5820 Turbulence Course Outline: This course is intended to introduce the concept of turbulence and turbulence modelling. Theory of Turbulence: Introduction: nature of turbulence, origin of turbulence, length and time scale in turbulent flows - Turbulent Transport of Momentum and Heat Dynamics of turbulence: kinetic energy of mean flow, turbulence, temperature fluctuations - Free-shear flows - Wall bounded flows CFD Modeling of Turbulence: Useful tool in turbulence modeling: tensor analysis, TDMA method - Turbulence closure problem - RANS method of turbulence modeling Algebraic models - One-equation modeling - Two-equation modeling - Wall bounded flows: Wall functions & Low-Reynolds number effects - Beyond RANS for turbulence modeling.

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ME5830 Compressible Fluid Flow Fundamentals of compressible fluid dynamics and application to external and internal flows. Quasi-one-dimensional channel flow, extensions, and analysis of multidimensional flows in nozzles, diffusers, and inlets. Forces, moments, and loss generation resulting from compressible fluid flow interactions with aerodynamic shapes in subsonic, supersonic, transonic, and hypersonic flight, shock waves, and vortices. Disturbance behavior in unsteady compressible flow. ME5941 Manufacturing Core Lab Dimensional measurement using metro scope and tool makers microscope; measurements of parts using CMM, roundness tester, cutting force measurement using tool force dynamo meter. Inspection using vision system Experiments in unconventional machining processes - EDM; exercises on surface and solid modelling

10.12. Department of Physics

PH1010 Physics I Coordinate transformations, Vectors, Matrices, Gradient, Divergence, Frames of reference ( Galilean invariance, Coriolis force) . Harmonic Oscillator, forced oscillations, Central Force Fields, Equation of Orbits: Motion of Planets and Satellites Orbits, Lagrangian Formalism, Hamilton's Equation , Special Theory of Relativity, Fluid Mechanics, Euler's Equation, Bernoulli's Equation, Navier-Stokes Equation, Travelling waves, Rigid body Dynamics PH1020 Physics II Electrostatics, Electrostatic Field and Flux, Electrostatic Potential, Multipole Moments, Charged Surfaces, Conductors and Capacitance, Electrostatics in Dielectric Media, Magnetic Induction, Ampere's Law, Vector Potential and Multipole Expansion, Magnetostatics in Matter, Electrodynamics, Electrodynamics: Maxwell's Equations, Electromagnetic waves, Electromagnetism. PH3112 Quantum Physics Postulates of quantum mechanics. Linear vector spaces. Bra and ket vectors. Completeness,orthonormality,basis sets. Change of basis. Eigenstates and eigenvalues. Position and momentum representations. Wavefunctions, probability densities, probability current. Schrodinger equation.Expectation values. Generalized uncertainty relation. One dimensional potential problems. Particle in a box. Potential barriers.Tunnelling.Linear harmonic oscillator: wavefunction approach and operator approach. Motion in three dimensions. Central potential problem. Orbital angular momentum operators. Spherical harmonics. Eigenvalues of orbital angular momentum operators.The hydrogen atom. Schrodinger and Heisenberg pictures. Heisenberg equation of motion. Interaction picture.Time-independent perturbation theory. Nondegenerate and degenerate cases. Examples. Time-dependent perturbation theory. Transition probabilities. Fermi golden rule.The variational method: simple example. Orbital and spin angular momentum. Angular momentum algebra. 92 IIT Hyderabad

Eigenstates and eigenvalues of angular momentum. Addition of angular momenta. Systems of identical particles. Symmetric and antisymmetric wavefunctions. Bosons and Fermions. Pauli's exclusion principle. Quantum Statistics. Introduction to Quantum Information and Quantum Computing. PH3212 Solid State Physics Classification of solids- crystalline and non-crystalline solids ­ 2D and 3D lattice types ­ different crystal structures ­different types of crystal binding - Diffraction of waves by crystals: Bragg's law ­ Reciprocal lattice ­ Brillouin zones. Free electron gas in 3DThermal and transport properties ­ Hall Effect. Nearly Free Electron model ­origin of energy gap - Bloch functions - Electron states and classification in to insulators, conductors and semimetals - Calculation of energy bands ­ Fermi surface. Mono atomic and di-atomic lattices ­ Phonon frequencies and density of states ­ Phonon dispersion curves ­ Thermal expansion and thermal conductivity. Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism ­ Hund`s rules ­ Ferromagnetism and Antiferromagnetism ­ Ferro magnetic Domains PH4112 Fundamentals of MEMS fabrication Brief introduction to unit processes (Oxidation, Diffusion, Ion Implantation, Metallization, Lithography, Wet Etching, Dry Etching, Chemical mechanical lapping and polishing (CMP), etc.), Evolution of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), 3D MEMS fabrication methods: Microsteriolithography, Lithographie, Galvanoformung, Abformung (LIGA), Micromachining, etc., Silicon bulk micromachining, Fabrication of MEMS components using wet anisotropic etching, Issues in wet anisotropic etching, Plasma etching, Dry vs. wet etching, Surface micromachining, Stiction problems in surface micromachining, Silicon wafer bonding techniques in MEMS, Few examples of MEMS-based devices, Packaging of MEMS. PH4122 Biological Physics Introduction to cells and bio-molecules, cellular processes, central dogma, cell as a complex machine. Statistical models for cellular processes and dynamics, molecular motors, transcription, translation. Modeling motion at various scales: from sub-cellular molecules to collection of organisms. PH4132 Fundamentals of Semiconductors Physics and Devices Classification of materials, Basic Semiconductor: energy bands, donors and acceptors, carrier concentration, carrier transport, generation recombination processes, basic equations for device operation, P-N junctions: electrostatics, space charge, abrupt and linearly graded, current-voltage and capacitance-voltage characteristics, junction breakdown, Bipolar Transistor: transistor action, current gain, static characteristics, frequency response, transient behaviour, junction breakdown, Metal-Semiconductor contact: Ohmic and non-ohmic, Schottky effect, current-voltage characteristics, metalinsulator-semiconductor (MIS), Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) diode, C-V characteristics of MOS, Charge couple devices (CCD). Field Effect Transistor, MISFET, MOSFET, CMOS, Bi-CMOS

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PH4212 Physics and applications of functional materials Introduction to Functional Materials, Structure of typical materials, Ferroelectricity, Piezoelectricity, Pyroelectricity, dielectric , electrooptic effect, multiferroic materials, Magnetoresistance (GMR, CMR etc), magnetocaloric materials, Magnetostriction, Spintronics, Magnetic sensors, Recent updates at each step, Nano-X (X = materials, wires, tubes, dots , magnetism, etc), PH4222 Thin Film Science and Technology Introduction of thin film deposition techniques: Thermal evaporation, E-beam evaporation, RF sputtering, DC sputtering, Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Spin coating, Electrolytic deposition, Molecular beam epitaxy, Spray Pyrolysis, Laser ablation method, etc., Thin film characterization, Thickness measurement and monitoring: electrical, mechanical, optical interference, microbalane, quartz crystal methods. Mechanical properties of films: elastic and plastic behavior, Optical properties: Reflectance and transmittance spectra, Multilayer films, Anisotropic and isotropic films, Electric properties to films: Conductivity in metal, semiconductor and insulating films, Thin film devices: fabrication and applications. PH5110 Classical Mechanics Degrees of freedom, generalised coordinates and constraints. Calculus of variation and Lagrange's equations, conservation laws, Hamilton's equations, Legendre transformation, Central force problem, Kepler problem, Scattering, Rigid body motion, Euler angles and equations, Oscillations, small oscillations, normal modes, Canonical transformations, Poisson brackets, conservations laws. PH5120 Mathematical Physics- I Vector Analysis; Operators and Matrix Analysis; Functions of Complex variables; Fourier series; Integral Transforms and equations PH5130 Quantum Mechanics- I Basic principles of quantum mechanics. Probabilities and probability amplitudes. Linear vector spaces. Bra and ket vectors. Completeness, orthonormality,basis sets. Change of basis. Eigenstates and eigenvalues. Position and momentum representation. Schrodinger equation.Expectation values. Generalized uncertainty relation. One dimensional potential problems. Particle in a box. Potential barriers. Tunnelling. Linear Harmonic oscillator: wavefunction approach and operator approach. Motion in three dimensions. Central potential problem. Orbital angular momentum operators. Spherical harmonics. Eigenvalues of orbital angular momentum operators.The hydrogen atom. A Charged particle in a uniform constant magnetic field, energy eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. Schrodinger and Heisenberg pictures. Heisenberg equation of motion. Interaction picture. Semiclassical approximation: the WKB method Time-independent perturbation theory. Nondegenerate and degenerate cases. Examples. Time-dependent perturbation theory. Transition probabilities Sudden and adiabatic approximations. Fermi golden rule. The variational method

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PH5140 Electronics Introduction, Thevenin's Theorem, Norton's Theorem, Energy levels and Energy Bands, Semiconductors, Diode Theory, Rectifiers, Optoelectronics devices (LED, Photodiode, Laser Diode), Transistors (BJT, JFET, MOSFET, UJT, etc.), Voltage and Power amplifiers, Differential Amplifiers, Operational amplifiers. Basic logic gates, Boolean algebra, combinational logic gates, Flip flops PH5210 Electrodynamics ElectroMagnetic Potentials: Electric field and potential- Conductors ­ Laplace`s equation- Multipole expansion- polarization-dielectrics- Magnetostatics- Magnetic vector potential- Gauge Transformations, Electromagnetic Fields and Matter: Electric Polarisation and Displacement - Magnetisation and the Magnetising Field - Energy and Momentum, ElectroMagnetic Waves: The Wave equations, Plane WavesElectromagnetic waves in insulators- Electromagnetic waves in conductors- potentials and fields- dipole radiation- radiation from point charge PH5220 Mathematical Physics ­ II Special Functions; Ordinary differential equations; Partial differential equations; Group theory and applications; Nonlinear Methods PH5230 Quantum Mechanics- II Orbital and spin angular momentum. Angular momentum algebra. Eigenstates and eigenvalues of angular momentum. Addition of angular momenta. ClebschGordon coefficients. Irreducible tensor operators and the Wigner-Eckart theorem. Systems of identical particles. Symmetric and antisymmetricwavefunctions. Bosons and Fermions. Pauli's exclusion principle. Second quantization, occupation number representation. Nonrelativistic scattering theory. Scattering amplitude and cross-section.The integral equation for scattering. Born approximation. Partial wave analysis. The optical theorem. Elements of relativistic quantum mechanics. The Klein-Gordon equation.The Dirac equation. Dirac matrices,spinors. Positive and negative energy solutions, physical interpretation. Nonrelativistic limit of the Dirac equation. PH5240 Statistical Mechanics Review of thermodynamics and kinetic theory, connection between statistical mechanics and thermodynamics. Phase space, ergodicity, Liouville's theorem, microcanonical, canonical and grand canonical ensembles, energy and density fluctuations and the connection between the ensembles. Quantum Boltzmann statistics and its applications to ideal gas. Bose Einstein statistics, blackbody radiation, Bose condensation. Fermi Dirac statistics, Fermi gas and applications. PH5250 Modern Optics Geometrical optics, Ray optics postulates, Wave optics and Maxwells equations, propagation of light, dual nature of light, Gaussian optics, Optical components, Lasers, Einstein's Equations, two-three four level systems, practical laser system examples, Scalar diffraction theory, Fresnel, Fraunhofer diffraction, diffraction from single, multiple slits, circular apertures, Fourier optics and applications, Optical imaging Courses of Study 95

system, point spread function and transfer function, Lens as a Fourier transformer, Cocepts of Optical information processing: spatial filtering, Abbe Porter Experiment, Phase contrast, Optical correlators. liquid crystals Spatial light modulators and applications, Coherence, Interference of light, interferometers and applications, concepts of holography, holographic recording and reconstruction, types of holograms, Wave propagation in anisotropic media, Polarization of light, Uniaxial crystals, polarizing components, waveplates. PH5310 Solid State Physics Periodic structure and symmetry of crystals ­Diffraction ­ Reciprocal lattice ­Lattice Dynamics: Thermal properties- Free electron gas in 3D- thermal and transport properties ­ Hall Effect- Nearly Free Electron model ­origin of energy gap - Bloch functions - semiconductors ­ impurities- magnetism PH5320 Particle Physics Forces in nature, Classification of particles, Quark contents of hadrons, particle quantum numbers. Gell-mann Nishijima formula. Relativistic Kinematics, Scattering amplitudes, Differential and total cross sections, decay rates and life times. BreitWigner formula. Continuous Symmetries and conserbvation laws. Discret symmetries. CPT theorem. Introduction to Accelerators. Physics of Particle Detectors. Compton and Bhabha scattering. Higher order corrections, Weak processes, pion decay, GIM mechanism, parity violation, CP violation, Quark mixing, CKM matrix, Neutrino Physics, Elements of Quantum Chromodyanamics, Electroweak interactions, Symmetry breaking and Higgs mechanism. Standard model of particle Physics and Physics of beyond standard model. PH5330 Experimental Techniques Vacuum Technology, Cryogenics, X-ray and Neutron diffraction, Spectroscopic Techniques, Magnetic Characterizations, and other advanced techniques, Detail discussion on some of these characterizations on special materials. PH6310 Advanced Statistical Mechanics Phase transitions, scaling theory. Landau mean field theory and mean-field approximation. Spontaneous symmetry breaking and Goldstone modes. Renormalization group, RG equations and flows. Lattice models. Markov process, master equation. Fluctuation-dissipation theorem, Fokker-Planck and Langevin equations PH6320 Quantum Field Theory Review of Classical Fields, Canonical quantization, Complex scalar fields, Charge conservation, Charge Conjugation, Feynman propagator. Dirac Equation, Quantization of Electromagnetic fields. Gauge invariance. Elements of Quantum Electrodynamics. Feynman rules and Feynman diagram for spinor electrodynamics. Lowest order crosssections for electron-electron, electron-positron and electron-photon scattering. Elementary treatment of Self energy and radiative corrections, divergence and renormalization. 96 IIT Hyderabad

PH6330 Quantum Optics Quantization of radiation field, Coherent sates, Quantum theory of laser. Photon coherence. Statistical optics of photons. Photon distribution of coherent and chaotic light, Quantum mechanical photon counting distribution. Super radiance. Diecke's theory. Photon echoes, Quantum beats, Quantum chaos and instability hierarchies of laser light. Squeezed state of light. PH6340 Semiconductor Physics & Devices Band Theory, F-D statistics, Semiconductors in Equilibrium, Carrier Transport in Semiconductors, Life time, mobility, carrier concentration, Doped and Undoped Semiconductors, Physics of Junction Devices, Basic equations for device operation, P-N junctions, Metal-semiconductor (Schottky junction) & Semiconductor heterojunctions, Physics of bipolar devices, PNP and NPN transistors, Fundamentals of MOS and Field effect Devices, MOSFET, CMOS, Bi-CMOS, Metal Semiconductor contacts (Schottky diodes) and MESFET. LED, Semiconductor LASER, Photodiode. PH6410 Biological Physics Introduction to cells and bio-molecules, cellular processes, central dogma, cell as a complex machine. Statistical models for cellular processes and dynamics, molecular motors, transcription, translation. Modeling motion at various scales: from sub-cellular molecules to collection of organisms. PH6420 Many body Techniques in Condensed Matter Physics Collective Quantum Fields ; Second-quantization; Greens Functions; Feynman Diagrams; Finite Temperature Many Body Physics; Fluctuation Dissipation Theorem and Linear Response Theory; Electron transport Theory; Path Integrals and Phase transitions PH6430 Computational Material Science Bonding in solids-defects and dislocations- material properties- phase transformations in solids- structural stability- Schrodinger equation- various approximations- Density Functional Theory ­ Introduction to electronic structure methods- Applications PH6440 Advanced Solid State Physics Phonons & Second-quantization; Greens Functions & Feynman Diagrams; Microscopic theory of Superconductivity; Quantum transport of electrons; Integer & Fractional Quantum Hall Effect; Theory of localization; Mesoscopic Physics; Renormalization group, Critical fluctuations and Phase Transition. PH6450 MEMS and Microsystem Technology Brief Introduction to Integrated Circuit (IC) Technology, Evolution of MEMS/Microsystems, Microsteriolithography (µSL), Lithographie, Galvanoformung, Abformung (LIGA), Micromachining, Types of micromachining, Bulk micromachining, Wet chemical based silicon micromachining, Deep reactive Ion Etching (DRIE), Surface Micromachining, Issues in surface micromachining, Front-to-Back Alignment, Wafer Bonding, Materials for MEMS: SU-8, PDMS, Piezoelectric, Piezoresistive etc., Packaging Courses of Study 97

of MEMS, Applications of MEMS: Pressure Sensors, Accelerometers, RF switch, Vibration/displacement sensors, etc. PH6460 Advanced Functional materials Introduction to Functional Materials, Processing methods (Bulk and Thin films) and Characterization techniques (XRD, SEM, etc.) in brief, Structure of typical materials, Ferroelectricity, Piezoelectricity, Pyroelectricity, dielectric , electrooptic effect, multiferroic materials, Impedance spectroscopy, Introduction to magnetism in brief, Magnetoresistance (GMR, CMR etc), magnetocaloric materials, Magnetostriction, Spintronics, Magnetic Recording, Magnetic sensors, Thermoelectricity and related effects, Seebak effect, thermoelectric materials, thermoelectric generator, Figure of Merit, Recent updates at each step, , Composite or Hybrid materials , Nano-X (X = materials, wires, tubes, dots , magnetism, etc), Special topics: Optoelectronics, Superconductive electronics PH6470 Advanced Particle Physics Symmetries and Conservations Laws, Noether's theorem, QED processes, Self energy Corrections, Renormalization, QCD, Parton Model, Electroweak theory, Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, Grand Unified Theories, Beyond the Standard Model, Gravitation and Cosmology. PH6480 Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Review of Quantum Mechanics, Classical logic gate operations. Single and multiple qubit quantum gates, Bell states and entanglement. Reduce density matrix. Schmidt decomposition. EPR and Bell's inequality. Ideas on quantum teleportation. Quantum parallelism. Deutsch algorithm. Shor's factoring algorithm. Principles of quantum search algorithm. Grover's alogorithm. Nuclear magnetic resonance and NMR computing. Classical information theory. Shannon's coding theorem, Von Neumann entropy. Entropy of entanglement. Quantum Noise. Krauss operators. Elements of quantum state tomography and quantum cryptography. PH7010 Classical Physics Problem oriented review of mechanics and methods of mathematical physics: vector analysis, tensors, special functions, linear vector spaces, matrices, complex variables, particle mechanics, system of particles, rigid body motion, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation, special relativity, Problem-oriented review of electromagnetism, optics and thermodynamics: electric fields, potentials, Gauss's law, dielectrics, magnetic fields, Ampére's law, Faraday's law, Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic waves, interference, diffraction, polarization PH7020 Quantum Physics Problem-oriented review of basic quantum mechanics: Schrödinger equation, simple potential problems, quantum dynamics, angular momentum, perturbation theory, scattering, applications to atoms and molecules. Statistical mechanics, deuteron problem, nuclear scattering, alpha and beta decay, elementary particle phenomenology, crystal structure, symmetry. 98 IIT Hyderabad

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