Welcome to the largest department of IIT Kanpur which offers B.Tech, M.Tech, dual-degree i.e. B.Tech + M.Tech, and PhD programs in Electrical Engineering.
The department has a rich tradition of teaching and research and is widely recognized to be a pioneer in Electrical Engineering education in India. The department’s vision is to excel in various research areas of Electrical Engineering so that it can contribute to the progress of the nation.
In addition, the department aims to impart the most up to date training to its undergraduate and postgraduate students. Department plans to augment its teaching and research infrastructure, increase its industrial and research collaboration, and adopt modern methodologies for training to realize the above goal
The research interests of the faculty members encompass a wide gamut of sub-disciplines of Electrical Engineering. Collaboration with faculty members from other disciplines, both within and outside the institute, is encouraged. The research activity of the department includes fundamental research, sponsored and consultancy projects, and is carried out with active participation of the students, faculty, staff and research engineers.
The lab facilities and the infrastructure are regularly upgraded and are well supported by the institute and the industry.
Classes for 2nd semester 2014-15 commence on December 29th, 2014
Mid semester exams: February 16-February 21, 2015
Mid semester recess: February 28 - March 08, 2015
Last day of classes: April 17, 2015
End semester examination: April 20-April 29, 2015
Workshops / Courses / Seminars
- Short term course on "Power Electronic Applications for Renewable Integration" (March 30 - April 1, 2015)
Megha Nawhal and Priyajeet Kaur receive Eaton Excellence Award
Pragya Kushwaha (Ph.D. student with Dr. Yogesh Singh Chauhan ) received Best Paper Award in IEEE INDICON, 2014
Avirup Dasgupta (Ph.D. student with Dr. Yogesh Singh Chauhan) received Best Poster Award in ICEE, 2014
Article authored by Archana Rajput and Dr. KV Srivastava features on Cover Page of AIP Journal of Applied Physics (vol. 116, No. 12, Sept 2014).