Admissions - 2005
The PG programme
of M.Tech.(VLSI Design), M.Tech. (Advanced Computing), M.Tech. (Embedded System)
and M.S. (by research) started this academic year with 38 students. SASTRA
management decided to award the scholarships to all PG students with a GATE
score of 80 and above attract good students. ECIL sponsored MS programme
is continuing in the third year also.
TIFAC-CORE conducted 45 hours training programme for TCS campus recruited
SASTRA B.Tech./ M.Tech./ MCA students in Software Engineering.
following short term courses are being conducted at this centre in evening hours
for SASTRA students.
2. 3D Max &
Maya 3. Embedded
Systems 4. Linux System Administration
Workshop On Embedded Systems
is becoming one of the key features of tomorrow's ubiquitous and pervasive
computing and communication world. The evolution of mobile phones
networks, such as UMTS will soon allow everyone to be connected
everywhere. These new network technologies bring the ability to deal not
only with improved content: multimedia. At the mobile level, this kind of
data oriented content requires highly efficient architectures.
The increased capabilities
provided by advanced semiconductor technology and the associated emphasis on
embedded system development have created a great demand for reusable designs.
With wide chances available in terms of hardware, software and development tools
for design, Embedded
has become a viable alternative in the field of
research and industrial product development.
of embedded systems with low power and stringent
security assurance requirements have been a topic of
emphasis in this scenario.
strongly increasing dependability of security on a
working IT infrastructure emphasizes the need for
addressing the security issues with an industrial
Grish Chandra, Consultant, Embedded group of Tata
Consultancy Services lightening the traditional lamp
during the Inaugural Function
workshop brought together the Industry and Academy to
explore the status and issues in the field of embedded
systems design. To appreciate the advances in
Embedded systems and to productively contribute to
future advances of these systems, a critical
appreciation of the underlying technology is a must.
following the success of earlier embedded system
workshops, TIFAC-CORE at Shanmugha Arts, Science,
Technology & Research Academy in association with
IEEE EDS & MTT (India chapter) and Department of
Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and
Information Technology, Govt. of India, Hewlett
Packard India and VLSI Society of India conducted a
three day National Workshop Embedded systems from May
09 - 11, 2005.