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B.E. Mechatronics Engineering

Department of Mechatronics Engineering

Vision

World class education in the fields of automation and simulation to make Mechatronics Engineering the most preferred program among engineering aspirants.

Mission

To impart knowledge to the students participating in the program by providing

  • M1: Expert Faculty to teach, inspire, mentor and motivate.
  • M2: Excellent Infrastructure with facilities to learn Mechatronics, research and experiment.
  • M3: Motivation towards self-learning, social responsibility and entrepreneurship.
  • M4: Exposure to the latest technologies through industry-institute interaction.
  • M5: Environment to develop their innovative thoughts, moral values, communication and multi-disciplinary skills.

Department Highlights

  • Accredited by NBA.
  • Permanent affiliation from Anna University Chennai.
  • Industry Based Curriculum with Emerging Electives and Industrial Projects.
  • Professional Societies like IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and The Robotic Society of India.
  • Students’ participation and achievements in remarkable National and International Level events.
  • Internships in DRDO, NITs, International Universities and premium industries.
  • 7 Laboratories with state of art equipment.
  • Strong interconnections with notable industries.
  • Vibrant student activities like Symposium, Webinars, Workshops, Guest Lectures, Project Expos, Robotics Club, Outreach activities.
  • Department Magazine “Echo” and Daily Bulletin.
  • Best Practices like Snap Talk, MOOC, Faculty Seminar Series, Value Added Courses, Google Classrooms.
  • 164+ Publications in National and International Journals and Conferences with noticeable Impact Factors.
  • 37+ Patents published.
  • 10+ Sponsored and Consultancy projects.
  • More than 90 % students placed in reputed industries.
  • Considerable number of students pursuing higher studies in aboard universities.
  • Active Alumni interconnect.

HoD’s Desk

 

Dr. M. Lydia

Professor and Head

  • The Department of Mechatronics Engineering which was formally established and inaugurated in 2000, is dedicated to build and mould young students aspiring to become Mechatronics Engineers. Mechatronics Engineering serves as the heartbeat of advanced automation industry which is the lifeline of most developed nations. Rather than embracing the traditional engineering fields, Mechatronics Engineering perfectly integrates electrical, mechanical and software engineering disciplines. The course focuses primarily on learning about electronics, mechanical systems, process control, instrumentation, robotics, automated manufacturing and developing novel products based on mechatronics principles.
  • The Department of Mechatronics Engineering is privileged to have well qualified, highly interactive and dynamic faculty members from various spheres of engineering. The Department is well equipped with cutting-edge laboratories under one roof that is poised to ignite the vibrant minds of young students with the in-depth and practical concepts of robotics and automation.
    We look forward to impart quality education in the multi-disciplinary field of Mechatronics Engineering to our students, thereby transforming them to become successful and responsible technocrats and individuals equipped to solve the problems of the society.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationFaculty ID
1Dr. M. LydiaM.E, Ph.DProfessor & HeadMC20104
2Dr. T. A. SelvanM.E, Ph.DProfessorME11067
3Dr.D.PritimaM.E, Ph.DProfessorMC20103
4Dr.V.NarasimharajM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20108
5Dr.R.GopinathanM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20105
6Dr.S.BalasubramaniM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC21111
7Dr.J Indira PriyadharshiniM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC18094
8Dr. M. BhuvaneswariM.E, Ph.DAssistant ProfessorMC13052
9Dr. R. ManikandanM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20109
10Dr.G.VeerappanM.E, MBA, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC21110
11Dr.L.Feroz AliM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC18093
12Dr. N. MithranM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20106
13Dr. J. Justin Maria HillaryM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC22112
14Ms.S.KannakiM.E (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMC14056
15Ms. K. AnanthiM.E, MBA, (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMC14065
16Ms. S.Nithya PriyaM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC12041
17Mr. P.SathishkumarM.EAssistant ProfessorMC14054
18Mr. M.AravindM.EAssistant ProfessorMC14055
19Ms.S.SnehaM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC16076
20Ms. R. Priya DharshiniM.Tech, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC15070
21Mr.S. PanneerselvamM.EAssistant ProfessorMC15065
22Mr.M.VigneshwaranM.EAssistant ProfessorME16128
23Mr. T. VigneshM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC17085
24Mr. S. Madhan KumarM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC17086
25Ms.R.SindhiaM.EAssistant ProfessorMC22113

Placements 2022-2023

S.NO.COMPANY NAMECTCOFFERS
1Soliton9 LPA3
2Zoho - SDE Role8.5 LPA4
3Facilio6.5 LPA1
4Vuram4.5 LPA2
5RFPIO5 LPA2
6Yexle5.5 LPA1
7Valeo4.5 LPA2
8Kaar6.6 LPA2
9Aspire4.5 LPA3
10Cognizant7 LPA/ 4.5 LPA28
11Pickyourtrial5 LPA1
12ZIFO4.75 LPA3
13CAPGEMINI7.6 LPA / 4.5 LPA25
14ACCENTURE6.5 LPA / 4.5 LPA12
15TCS NINJA7LPA/4LPA13
16MUSIGMA5 LPA9
17SQUARESHIFT7 LPA1
18STRATEGI AUTOMATION4 LPA1
19LTI6.5 LPA / 5.5 LPA7
20ZOHO [ QAE Role]8 LPA / 6.5 LPA2
21TEMENOS6.5 LPA1
22TRIPLE DART5 LPA1
23SECURDEN6 LPA2
24BRAKES INDIA5 LPA2
25AUTOMOTIVE ROBOTICS(ARI)3.5 LPA1
26Schneider Electric9 LPA1
27TURBO ENERGY4 LPA2
28Psiog digital4.7 LPA1

Placements 2021-2022

S.NO.COMPANY NAMECTCOFFERS
1Vuram4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA3
2Kaar6.5 LPA1
3Zifo rnd5 LPA1
4Zoho - QAE Role4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA3
5LTI [Larsen & Toubro Infotech ]6.5 LPA/ 5LPA1
6Zifo R & D4.7 LPA1
7HCL6 LPA / 4.75 LPA1
8Capgemini7 LPA / 4 LPA16
9Cognizant7 LPA / 4 LPA29
10Wipro Technologies6.5 LPA/ 4 LPA15
11Accenture4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA5
12Mindtree5 LPA2
13TEMENOS6.5 LPA2
14MUSIGMA5 LPA10
15Brakes India Private Ltd5 LPA1
16LTTS4 LPA6
17Unilogic3.5 LPA1
18Tataelxsi5.5 LPA2
19Schneider Electric9 LPA2
20The Math company5 LPA1
21Robert Bosch5 LPA3
22Infosys3.6 LPA3
23Pick your trail4 .2LPA1
24TCS7 LPA / 3.5 LPA5

PhD Research Center

Research Center ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. T. A Selvan2520089
2Dr. S. Balasubramani4120006
3Dr. L. Feroz Ali4120019
4Dr. J. Justin Maria Hillary4020059
5Dr. R. Manikandan4120143
6Dr. G. Verappan4220010
7Dr. K. Ananthi4230011

Distinguished Alumni

Industry Interaction

Program Outcomes

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
    Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives are designed based on the department mission

  • PEO 1: To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve contemporary engineering problems in the field of automation.
  • PEO 2: To design, analyze, fabricate and test smart products.
  • PEO 3: To exhibit the skills of simulation and experimentation using advanced engineering tools of industrial standards.
  • PEO 4: To communicate and develop strong interpersonal abilities to prepare them for placement and higher studies.
  • PEO 5: To self be motivated towards lifelong learning and entrepreneurship.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO 1: Design and create automation systems for various applications.
  • PSO 2: Apply the knowledge of Robotics for addressing societal, health and safety issues
S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1MCTABB CorpRobotics
2MCT / EEEDeep VisionArtificial Intelligence

Department of Mechatronics Engineering

About

Mechatronics Engineering is a multidisciplinary field that blends several disciplines such as Electrical, Mechanical and Computer Engineering. It caters to the variety of skill sets needed in contemporary, advanced and automated industries. The Department was established in the year 2000. The Department offers the U.G. Degree Programme – B.E. Mechatronics Engineering. The sanctioned intake of the department is 120 and is ably supported by 28 well-qualified and experienced faculty members. The Department is equipped with 7 state of art Laboratories which includes ABB Six Axis Industrial Robot, 3D Printers, ABB PLC and HMI panel, Electro Pneumatic Kits, Advanced sensors and actuators, Data Acquisition cards, Licensed Softwares etc. Apart from offering industry ready and cutting-edge curriculum, the department focuses on the wholesome development of the students. The students are encouraged to be a part of the professional bodies like IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Robotic Society of India. The Department has strong collaboration with industries, Research Labs and International Universities. The Department is committed to offer world class education in the fields of Robotics and Automation.
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Vision

World class education in the fields of automation and simulation to make Mechatronics Engineering the most preferred program among engineering aspirants.

Mission

To impart knowledge to the students participating in the program by providing

  • M1: Expert Faculty to teach, inspire, mentor and motivate.
  • M2: Excellent Infrastructure with facilities to learn Mechatronics, research and experiment.
  • M3: Motivation towards self-learning, social responsibility and entrepreneurship.
  • M4: Exposure to the latest technologies through industry-institute interaction.
  • M5: Environment to develop their innovative thoughts, moral values, communication and multi-disciplinary skills.

Department Highlights

  • Accredited by NBA.
  • Permanent affiliation from Anna University Chennai.
  • Industry Based Curriculum with Emerging Electives and Industrial Projects.
  • Professional Societies like IEEE Robotics and Automation Society and The Robotic Society of India.
  • Students’ participation and achievements in remarkable National and International Level events.
  • Internships in DRDO, NITs, International Universities and premium industries.
  • 7 Laboratories with state of art equipment.
  • Strong interconnections with notable industries.
  • Vibrant student activities like Symposium, Webinars, Workshops, Guest Lectures, Project Expos, Robotics Club, Outreach activities.
  • Department Magazine “Echo” and Daily Bulletin.
  • Best Practices like Snap Talk, MOOC, Faculty Seminar Series, Value Added Courses, Google Classrooms.
  • 164+ Publications in National and International Journals and Conferences with noticeable Impact Factors.
  • 37+ Patents published.
  • 10+ Sponsored and Consultancy projects.
  • More than 90 % students placed in reputed industries.
  • Considerable number of students pursuing higher studies in aboard universities.
  • Active Alumni interconnect.

HoD’s Desk

 

Dr. M. Lydia

Professor and Head

  • The Department of Mechatronics Engineering which was formally established and inaugurated in 2000, is dedicated to build and mould young students aspiring to become Mechatronics Engineers. Mechatronics Engineering serves as the heartbeat of advanced automation industry which is the lifeline of most developed nations. Rather than embracing the traditional engineering fields, Mechatronics Engineering perfectly integrates electrical, mechanical and software engineering disciplines. The course focuses primarily on learning about electronics, mechanical systems, process control, instrumentation, robotics, automated manufacturing and developing novel products based on mechatronics principles.
  • The Department of Mechatronics Engineering is privileged to have well qualified, highly interactive and dynamic faculty members from various spheres of engineering. The Department is well equipped with cutting-edge laboratories under one roof that is poised to ignite the vibrant minds of young students with the in-depth and practical concepts of robotics and automation.
    We look forward to impart quality education in the multi-disciplinary field of Mechatronics Engineering to our students, thereby transforming them to become successful and responsible technocrats and individuals equipped to solve the problems of the society.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationFaculty ID
1Dr. M. LydiaM.E, Ph.DProfessor & HeadMC20104
2Dr. T. A. SelvanM.E, Ph.DProfessorME11067
3Dr.D.PritimaM.E, Ph.DProfessorMC20103
4Dr.V.NarasimharajM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20108
5Dr.R.GopinathanM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20105
6Dr.S.BalasubramaniM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC21111
7Dr.J Indira PriyadharshiniM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC18094
8Dr. M. BhuvaneswariM.E, Ph.DAssistant ProfessorMC13052
9Dr. R. ManikandanM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20109
10Dr.G.VeerappanM.E, MBA, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC21110
11Dr.L.Feroz AliM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC18093
12Dr. N. MithranM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC20106
13Dr. J. Justin Maria HillaryM.E, Ph.DAssociate ProfessorMC22112
14Ms.S.KannakiM.E (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMC14056
15Ms. K. AnanthiM.E, MBA, (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMC14065
16Ms. S.Nithya PriyaM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC12041
17Mr. P.SathishkumarM.EAssistant ProfessorMC14054
18Mr. M.AravindM.EAssistant ProfessorMC14055
19Ms.S.SnehaM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC16076
20Ms. R. Priya DharshiniM.Tech, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC15070
21Mr.S. PanneerselvamM.EAssistant ProfessorMC15065
22Mr.M.VigneshwaranM.EAssistant ProfessorME16128
23Mr. T. VigneshM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC17085
24Mr. S. Madhan KumarM.E, (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMC17086
25Ms.R.SindhiaM.EAssistant ProfessorMC22113

Student Activities

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Placements 2022-2023

S.NO.COMPANY NAMECTCOFFERS
1Soliton9 LPA3
2Zoho - SDE Role8.5 LPA4
3Facilio6.5 LPA1
4Vuram4.5 LPA2
5RFPIO5 LPA2
6Yexle5.5 LPA1
7Valeo4.5 LPA2
8Kaar6.6 LPA2
9Aspire4.5 LPA3
10Cognizant7 LPA/ 4.5 LPA28
11Pickyourtrial5 LPA1
12ZIFO4.75 LPA3
13CAPGEMINI7.6 LPA / 4.5 LPA25
14ACCENTURE6.5 LPA / 4.5 LPA12
15TCS NINJA7LPA/4LPA13
16MUSIGMA5 LPA9
17SQUARESHIFT7 LPA1
18STRATEGI AUTOMATION4 LPA1
19LTI6.5 LPA / 5.5 LPA7
20ZOHO [ QAE Role]8 LPA / 6.5 LPA2
21TEMENOS6.5 LPA1
22TRIPLE DART5 LPA1
23SECURDEN6 LPA2
24BRAKES INDIA5 LPA2
25AUTOMOTIVE ROBOTICS(ARI)3.5 LPA1
26Schneider Electric9 LPA1
27TURBO ENERGY4 LPA2
28Psiog digital4.7 LPA1

Placements 2021-2022

S.NO.COMPANY NAMECTCOFFERS
1Vuram4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA3
2Kaar6.5 LPA1
3Zifo rnd5 LPA1
4Zoho - QAE Role4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA3
5LTI [Larsen & Toubro Infotech ]6.5 LPA/ 5LPA1
6Zifo R & D4.7 LPA1
7HCL6 LPA / 4.75 LPA1
8Capgemini7 LPA / 4 LPA16
9Cognizant7 LPA / 4 LPA29
10Wipro Technologies6.5 LPA/ 4 LPA15
11Accenture4.5 LPA /6.5 LPA5
12Mindtree5 LPA2
13TEMENOS6.5 LPA2
14MUSIGMA5 LPA10
15Brakes India Private Ltd5 LPA1
16LTTS4 LPA6
17Unilogic3.5 LPA1
18Tataelxsi5.5 LPA2
19Schneider Electric9 LPA2
20The Math company5 LPA1
21Robert Bosch5 LPA3
22Infosys3.6 LPA3
23Pick your trail4 .2LPA1
24TCS7 LPA / 3.5 LPA5

PhD Research Center

Research Center ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. T. A Selvan2520089
2Dr. S. Balasubramani4120006
3Dr. L. Feroz Ali4120019
4Dr. J. Justin Maria Hillary4020059
5Dr. R. Manikandan4120143
6Dr. G. Verappan4220010
7Dr. K. Ananthi4230011

Publications

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Patent Details

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Distinguished Alumni

Industry Interaction

Program Outcomes

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
    Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives are designed based on the department mission

  • PEO 1: To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve contemporary engineering problems in the field of automation.
  • PEO 2: To design, analyze, fabricate and test smart products.
  • PEO 3: To exhibit the skills of simulation and experimentation using advanced engineering tools of industrial standards.
  • PEO 4: To communicate and develop strong interpersonal abilities to prepare them for placement and higher studies.
  • PEO 5: To self be motivated towards lifelong learning and entrepreneurship.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO 1: Design and create automation systems for various applications.
  • PSO 2: Apply the knowledge of Robotics for addressing societal, health and safety issues

S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1MCTABB CorpRobotics
2MCT / EEEDeep VisionArtificial Intelligence

Student Achievements of Mechatronics Engineering

Innovation Award in Saur Urja Vehicle Challenge (SUVC) Season 5 (Virtual) on 06.03.2022

First Prize in Hackathon on AI For Social Good on 12.10.2021

Shibin Thomas T and Prawin Shankar T A won First Prize in TCS XR Hackathon under the title Extended Reality with the Cash Prize of Rs. 2,00, 000 on 17.10.2019

First Prize Asian E – bike challenge under Acceleration and Low-cost category with cash prize of Rs.10,500 on 29.09.2019

Best Acceleration(Electric) award in E- Kart COC: CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS” Season 1.0 on 25.02.2019

First Prize in Formula 9 with cash prize of Rs. 50,000 on 26.01.2019

Best Quality Award in Solar Kart with cash prize of Rs. 4000 on 13.09.2019

First Prize in Drone and Flight under Aero modelling on 17.12.2018