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Overview
  • A separate R&D cell is established and working with the objectives to support Ph.D. scholars, research activities, project proposals and writing research papers for national and international journals and conferences. Major research areas include:
    • Value-added Services in Communication Systems
    • Tsunami: Radio Alert System
    • Sustainable Built Environment
    • Image Processing
    • Nano Technology
    • Application of IT to problems in energy, environment
    • Embedded Systems
    • VLSI Technology
     
    The school of R&D has received a prestigious research project from the European Union and Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi.
     
    Bharati Vidyapeeth School of Multidisciplinary Research

    Centre for Excellence in advance Training and Research

    Bharati Vidyapeeth School of Research and Development came into being in July, 2003, with the appointment of Dr. N. D. Kaushika, as its founder Dean in-charge. The school was recognized by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University in 2004. Several faculty members of BVCOE have joined as affiliate researchers in the school. The research focus has been on multidisciplinary approach to problem solving in following fields :
    • Electronics & Allied Fields
    • IT Application in Energy and Environment
     

    Objectives:

    • Ph. D. Research proposals & Projects
    • Technical paper writing
    • Sponsored Research & Consultancies
    • Final year students research projects
     
    The focus Research areas are:
    • Value added services in communication systems
    • Tsunami: Radio Alert System
    • Sustainable Built Environment
    • Image Processing
    • Nano Technology
    • Application of IT to problems in energy, environment.
     
    Major Research Activities:
    • EU ASIA - Link Project
    • Ph. D. Research proposals and projects
     
    European Union Project:
    Project Title: "A multidisciplinary approach to curriculum development in sustainable Built Environment"
     

    Project goals:

    • Structuring the curriculum
    • Development of Educational packages
    • Introduction of innovative teaching methodology
     

    Project Partners:

    • Hunan University, China
    • Aalborg University, Denmark
    • Brunel University, United Kingdom
    • Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engg. New Delhi
     

    Research Grant:

    Total 66,000/- Euro from Asia-Link Programme of European Union
     

    Activities :

    • Kick-off meeting , 13th -19th March 2005, at HananUniversity, Changsha
    • Project definition meeting , 22nd -26th August 2005 , Alborg, Denmark
    • Project evaluation meeting-I,during June 26 - 30, 2006 Brunel University, Uxbridge
    • Project evaluation meeting workshop, 5th -9thMarch 2007, BVCOE, New Delhi
     

 
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