1, Knowledge Park-II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
|S. No.||Name of the Students||Name of the Guide||Award Details||Type|
Ashish Kumar Agarwal,
B. Ravi Subrahmanyam,
Avanish Gautam Singh,
|Dr. Kalpana Chauhan||First Prize for “Design of Droop Control Based Real-Time Battery Management System for Automated DC Microgrid,” IEEE IAS CMD Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student Design Contest 2019, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.||International Award|
Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering department of Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology have successfully set the seal on a full working robot 'Eve' under the guidance of HOD Dr.A Ambikapathy.
The robot was made with the motive of a " Receptionist robot (Romeo) " which on operation will present a bouquet, shakes hand and greets with a welcome voice note.It can be operated in three ways i.e. using Wifi module, bluetooth module and remote control with the range of 1.5 km.
The team is still planning to take the project on to the next level by introducing artificial intelligence in it. The initial idea was proposed by the HOD of EEE which was worked upon by the team which was headed by the third year students to be named:
However the ground support was sincerely given by the 2nd year students to be named:
The EEE department thank our esteemed CEO ; Mr. Dhruv Galgotia and the whole management for funding support and cooperation.
Dr. A.Ambikapathy received an award from International research award on Science and Engineering 25th and 26th May 2018, Chennai, India. Title is “Women Research Award.”
Dr. A.Ambikapathy received an award from International Award convention in International conference on recent advanced in science Engineering and Management” Sponsored by Research foundation of India& WFST” 29th Sep 2018, SAGE University, Indore, India. Title is “International award for Women Leadership.”
Dr.A.Ambikapathy have written following nine Engineering books
|Dr.A.Ambikapathy||Title of the books||Name of the publisher||Year||ISBN Number|
|Elements of Power System||A.B.Publication||2008||13:9789380444024
|Automatic Control System||A.B.Publication||2008||13:9789380444031
|Control system (1st edition)||Khanna book publishing co(p) ltd||2011||13:9789380016948
|Electrical Machines and Automatic control system (Ed 1)||Khanna book pub co(p) ltd||2013||13:9789380016108
|Power system Analysis||Khanna book pub co(p) ltd||2013||13:9789380016818
|Elements of Power system||Khanna book pub co(p) ltd||2013||13:9789380016931
|Electrical Machines and Automatic control System (Ed 2)||Khanna book pub co(p) ltd||2016||13:9789382609797
|Principles of Elements of power system||Savera Publishing house||2015||13:9789381771044|
|Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering||Savera Publishing house||2015||13:9789381771242
|Control System (2nd edition)||Khanna book pub co(p) ltd||2019||10:9380016948
Winner of First Prize under the IEEE IAS CMD Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student Design Contest 2019, Baltimore, Maryland, United State for the undergraduate research project “Design of Droop Control Based Real-Time Battery Management System for Automated DC Microgrid” Developed at the Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology Greater Noida, India (IEEE Region 10).
The team of Final Year Students of B. Tech. – Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Adeep Mehrotra, Ashish Agarwal, B. Ravi Subrahmanyam, Avanish Gautam, Divyansh Singh) has developed a project “Design of Droop Control Based Real-Time Battery Management System for Automated DC Microgrid” under the Supervision of Dr Kalpana Chauhan (Associate Professor, EEE) and Dr Rajeev Kumar Chauhan (Assistant Professor, ECE), Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida.
Research Team won the First Prize in IEEE IAS CMD Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student Design Contest 2019. The award will be delivered in the IAS General Meeting that is going to be held at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. This award is one of the biggest awards from IEEE for the project development by the undergraduate students at the global level. The award includes the cash prize $1300, full funding to attend the Industrial Application Society (IAS) Annual Meeting-2019 at Baltimore, Maryland, United States.