S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
1 Cyber Physical System and Internet of Things
Prof. Dr. Vivek Kumar Sehgal,
Dr. Ravindara Bhatt,
Dr. Diksha Hooda,
Dr. Pankaj Dhiman,
Dr. Ruchi Verma,
Mr. Arvind Kumar,
Dr. Aman Sharma,
Dr. Anita
CPS and IoT both refer to trends in integrating digital capabilities, including network connectivity, with physical devices and systems. wo models provide the bases for a unified CPS/IoT perspective. A unified components model provides 4 categories for CPS and IoT systems components: logical, physical, transducing, and human. A unified interactions model provides a formal basis for describing the performance of CPS and IoT systems. The unified perspective can be expressed as follows: Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems comprise interacting logical, physical, and human components engineered for function through integrated logic and physics. Three criteria based on a characteristic set of components, capabilities, and functions are proposed for interchangeably labeling a system ‘CPS' or ‘IoT'.
2 Big Data and Machine Intelligence
Dr. Pardeep Kumar,
Dr. Yugal Kumar,
Dr. Aman Sharma,
Dr. Amit Kumar,
Dr. Deepak Gupta,
Dr. Kushal Kanwar,
Dr. Nancy Singla,
Dr. Rakesh Kanji,
Dr. Vipal Kumar Sharma,
Mr. Praveen Modi,
Dr. Hari Singh,
Dr. Aman Sharma,
Mr. Maneet Singh
Data and AI are merging into a synergistic relationship, where AI is useless without data, and mastering data is insurmountable without AI. By combining the two disciplines, we can begin to see and predict upcoming trends in business, technology, commerce, entertainment, and everything in between.
3 Networking and Cyber Secuity
Prof. Dr. Pradeep Kumar Gupta,
Dr. Amol Vasudeva,
Dr. Ekta Gandotra,
Dr. Pankaj Dhiman,
Dr. Shubham Goel,
Mr. Nishant Sharma,
Mr. Prateek Thakral
Information security, refers to “the processes and methodologies which are designed and implemented to protect print, electronic, or any other form of confidential, private and sensitive information or data from unauthorized access, use, misuse, disclosure, destruction, modification, or disruption. Whereas, Cybersecurity refers to “the practice of protecting systems, networks and programs from digital attacks,” and Network security, refers to “the process of taking physical and software preventative measures to protect the underlying networking infrastructure from unauthorized access, misuse, malfunction, modification, destruction, or improper disclosure, thereby creating a secure platform for computers, users and programs to perform their permitted critical functions within a secure environment.”


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Ground Improvement and slope stability
Prof. Ashok Kumar Gupta,
Dr. Saurabh Rawat,
Mr. Niraj Parihar
Soil nailing and Helical soil nailing, Slope stability analysis and mitigation, Stone columns for ground improvement, soil stabilization using leather waste
Municipal Solid Waste management and Air quality monitoring
Prof. Dr. Ashish Kumar,
Dr. Rishi Rana
Renewable energy sources, Assessment of methane potential from different types of biodegradable waste, Environmental Monitoring and Pollution
Construction materials and Structural Dynamics
Dr. Saurav,
Dr. Tanmay Gupta,
Dr. Amardeep,
Dr. Sugandha Singh
Enhancing the strength properties of recycled aggregate concrete, Innovative solution to prevent the dampness in concrete structure, Analysis of special geometrical layout for bridges, Seismic behaviour of concrete bridges, Low-cost material utilization in construction blocks


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Digital Image and Signal Processing
Prof. Shruti Jain,
Dr. Emjee Puthooran,
Dr. Sunil Datt Sharma,
Dr. Vikas Baghel,
Dr. Nishant Jain,
Dr. Pardeep Garg,
Ms. Pragya Gupta,
Mr. Munish Sood
Digital image processing, a subcategory of digital signal processing involves many techniques such as Image enhancement, Image classification, Feature extraction, Multi-scale signal analysis, Pattern recognition, Projection. Machine learning and deep learning techniques are widely used in recent researches. Medical image analysis and Computer aided diagnosis, Computer vision, Remote sensing are some applications of Digital image processing where the department is actively involved. The department is also involved in digital signal processing applications such as Genomic signal processing, radar signal processing, VLSI signal processing. Nine PhD Research Scholars are currently working in this area.
Antennas and 5G Wireless Communication
Prof. Rajiv Kumar,
Dr. Shweta Pandit,
Dr. Alok Kumar,
Dr. Naveen Jaglan,
Dr. Salman Raju Talluri
The department is actively involved in the research of Smart Antenna and 5G antenna design, 5G Communication, Software defined radio and Cognitive Radio. ANSYS HFSS software is available research. Ten PhD Research Scholars are currently working in this area.
VLSI Design
Prof. Shruti Jain, 
Dr. Harsh Sohal
Research involves VLSI design technology, VLSI & Embedded System Design. Cadence VLSI Design Lab, Spartan 6 FPGA development board are some lab facilities available for research. one PhD Research Scholar is currently working in this area..
Automation and Robotics
Prof. Rajiv Kumar,
Dr. Salman Raju Talluri,
Dr. Emjee Puthooran
Facility available are: Mitsubishi Industrial Automation Centre with Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Servo Control. Two PhD Research Scholars are currently working in this area.


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Bioremediation, Biofuels and Sustainable Products
Prof. Dr. Sudhir Kumar,
Dr. Garlapati Vijay Kumar,
Dr. Ashok Kumar Nadda,
Dr. Saurabh Bansal,
Dr. Abhishek Chauhdhary
Bioremediation and biodegradation can help to clean up environmental contaminants and pollutants, reducing their impact on ecosystems and human health. Technologies can help to reduce waste by converting CO2 into valuable products and reducing the amount of waste that is generated. Research on bioenergy, biofuels, and sustainable products is critical for mitigating climate change, promoting sustainable energy production, reducing waste, creating new economic opportunities, and promoting the development of sustainable products. The research on environmental nanotechnology is critical for developing innovative solutions for environmental remediation, pollution control, sustainable materials, energy efficiency, and risk assessment.
Medicinal Plant, Computational Biology and Sequence Analysis
Dr, Hemant Sood,
Dr. Anilkant Thakur,
Dr. Raj Kumar,
Dr. Shikha Mittal
Plant tissue and cell culture technologies can be used to propagate endangered and rare plant species, preserving them for future generations. Plant genomics and molecular biology research can lead to the identification of genes responsible for desirable traits, such as increased yield, disease resistance, and stress tolerance. This information can be used to develop new crop varieties with improved traits. Computational biology and agricultural bioinformatics research can lead to the identification of genes responsible for desirable traits, such as increased yield, disease resistance, and stress tolerance. This information can be used to develop new crop varieties with improved traits.
Drug Discovery and Healthcare Manegment, Systems and Synthetic Biology
Prof. Dr. Jata Shankar,
Dr. Dr. Tiratha Raj Singh,
Dr. Rahul Shrivastava,
Dr. Gopal Singh Bisht,
Dr. Udayabanu M.,
Dr. Poonam Sharma,
Dr. Raj Kumar
Antibiotic resistance is a growing concern worldwide, and opportunistic and drug-resistant pathogens are a significant contributor to this problem. Research in this area can help identify the mechanisms of resistance and develop new strategies to combat it. Research in this area helps identify the causes of diseases and how to prevent and control them. This includes identifying risk factors, developing vaccines, and implementing public health strategies. Genomics and proteomics research allows for a better understanding of an individual's unique genetic makeup, which can help personalize treatment plans and medication regimens.
Biobased Products and Enzyme Performance
Dr AnilKant Thakur,
Dr.Garlapati Vijay Kumar,
Dr. Saurabh Bansal
The research on food biotechnology is critical for addressing some of the major challenges facing global food systems today, such as food security, nutritional quality, disease resistance, and sustainable agriculture. It is critical for promoting sustainable production practices, optimizing production processes, developing new bio-based products, and improving the quality and safety of biopharmaceuticals and other bio-based products. The research on protein engineering is critical for developing new biopharmaceuticals, improving enzyme performance, optimizing biocatalytic reactions, designing new proteins with specific functions, and developing new diagnostic tools for diseases.


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Soft Computing, Fuzzy Decision Making Techniques
Prof. Dr. Rakesh K Bajaj,
Dr Bhupendra Kumar Pathak,
Dr Saurabh Srivastava
Optimization problems using Evolutionary computational methods with fuzzy and ANN. Applications of fuzzy decision-making techniques in various engineering and science problems, Mathematical modeling of industrial systems with the aid of optimization techniques.
Differential Equations and Differential Geometry
Prof. Dr. Karanjeet Singh,
Dr. Mandeep Singh
Investigation of exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations using Lie group theory.
Algebraic Coding theory
Prof. Dr. R S Raja Durai
Study of linear codes with complementary duals with rank metric.


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Shared Aperture Antenna
Prof. Dr. Sunil K. Khah
The proliferation of advanced sensor and communications systems on multiple platforms has led to an increasingly large number of associated antenna systems. Increasing numbers of sophisticated antennas are also envisioned for on platforms as the integration of additional advanced systems is contemplated. It is desirable to reduce the number of antennas by consolidating the functionality of several systems into a single shared aperture antenna. Combining the functionality of several antennas into one shared aperture presents several technical challenges. Our major stress is to present different methods and advancements in different technologies for designing the shared aperture system.
Experimental Material Science
Prof. Dr. P. B. Barman,
Prof. Dr. Vineet Sharma,
Dr. Ragini R. Singh,
Dr. Surajit K. Hazra,
Dr. Sanjiv K. Tiwari
Experimental Materials Science is a versatile domain of high academic achievements that is mainly demonstrated by experimental research followed by application/solution to technical and scientific problems. Creative and productive inquiry are the basic requirements underlying this thrust area. The sub-areas under this domain are III-V compound semiconductors, Ferrites, Amorphous Semiconductors, Gas Sensors, Hydrogen storage, Core-shell nanostructures, Optical & Magnetic studies and Polymers. The journey from synthesis of base materials to state-of-the art devices using those materials is traversed by researchers involved in this area. The research output is normally channelized towards publications/patents/PhDs/Startups.
Computational Materials Science
Dr. Santu Baidya,
Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Tiwari
Material science and engineering offer the opportunity for revolutionary advances in both basic science and technology, and in various technical fields. Nanotechnology, a branch of material science, has created an urgent need for a more robust quantitative understanding of matter at different scales via modeling and simulation. Advances in the computer technology have enabled the modeling and simulation of complex systems with millions of degrees of freedom. Although we are capable of fabricating various nano-devices, we lack the ability to incorporate them into complex systems and do not fully understand the theoretical intricacies of such systems. Therefore, this area of research has an excellent opportunity to understand the computational aspect of Materials Science.


S.No. Thrust Area Faculty Description
Human Resource Management
Dr. Tanu Sharma,
Dr. Neena Jindal 
Emotional Intelligence, Human Rights, Good Governance, E-Governance, Conflict Management, Leadership Style
Consumer Behaviour 
Prof. Dr. Anupriya Kaur 
Service Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Internet marketing 
Economic Development, Corporate Finance, Banking
Dr. Amit Srivastava,
Ms. Triambica Gautam
Different dimensions of economic development, intrnational trade and economic develoment, banking and corporate finance
English Literature and Gender Studies 
Dr. Deler Singh
Gender issues and its representations, Fictional and non-fictional works etc.