Research Clusters

Research clusters are established to achieve focused and impactful short-term to long-term research outcomes in the following three areas:

  • Innovation Cluster for Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Manufacturing and Automation

Each research cluster has well defined vision and research objectives to generate specific outcomes. These clusters are multidisciplinary in nature, and faculty members collectively contribute towards the goals of these, based on their individual expertise and interests. Undergraduate and postgraduate students also contribute through internships and projects/theses and gain exposure and experience of working in multidisciplinary research areas. Each research cluster has an industry advisory committee, to provide domain-specific and realistic suggestions. Interactions among students, faculty members and industry experts, provide dynamic momentum to identify, define, design, develop, and deploy innovative solutions, frameworks and services that address current and futuristic challenges.