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Hearty Congratulations to Prof. James Raju for winning Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National fellowship

PH.D

Ph.D. (Electronics Science and Engineering)

The Doctor of Philosophy in Electronics Science and Engineering is awarded to candidates with aptitude for research and analytical skills who have contributed to advancement of knowledge in the area of Electronics Science and Engineering. This programme covers, but is not restricted to, the areas of research in Micro-electronics, VLSI Digital Design, Signal Processing, RF and Microwave Materials, RF and Microwave circuits, Thin Films, MEMS. The qualifications are M.Sc. in Physics or Electronics or B.Tech./B.E. or M.Tech./M.E. in Electronics related subjects. The precise entry requirements and selection criteria for admission into the programme are specified in the admissions brochure.

The proposed intake is two(2) for the academic year 2020-21.

 

Admission to Ph.D program:

The University will conduct a written examination, following the written examination; candidates will be shortlisted for interview based on merit in the written examination. The admission to selected students will be based on the combined performance in the written examination and interview according to merit. UGC/CSIR JRF qualified candidates are not exempted from the written test.

 

All admitted Ph.D students will have to successfully complete the course work as stipulated by the University of Hyderabad regulations. The total coursework requirement for Ph.D in Electronics Science and Engineering is Research Methodology (4 credits- compulsory) and the following based on the qualification.

 

(i) B.E/B.Tech/M.Sc students:The student need to complete minimum 8 credits in the first semester after admission + minimum 8 credits in the second semester after admission from the courses listed in Table I as suggested by the Research Advisory Committee (RAC)

 

(ii) M.E/M.Tech students: The student need to complete 8-12 Credits from the courses prescribed in Table II as suggested by the research advisory committee (RAC). While suggesting the course, the RAC will take note that the student is not repeating the same course again.

Table-I:

 

 

Semster-I

Semster-II

Course No. Title of the Course Credits
PE701
Semiconductor Devices
4
PE702
Digital VLSI System Design
4
PE703
High Frequency Integrated Circuits
4
PE704
Analog and Mixed Signal IC Design
4
PE705
IC Fabrication and Nano Technology
4
Course No. Title of the Course Credits
PE708
Research Methodology
4
PE709
Digital IC Design
4
PE710
Process, Device and Circuit Modeling & Analysis
4
PE711
MEMS and TeraHz technology
4
PE7012
Processing and Characterization of Electronic Materials
4
PE7013
VLSI Signal Processing
4

Table-II:

 

Semster-I

Semster-II

Course No. Title of the Course Credits
PE701
Semiconductor Devices
4
PE702
Digital VLSI System Design
4
PE703
High Frequency Integrated Circuits
4
PE704
Analog and Mixed Signal IC Design
4
PE705
IC Fabrication and Nano Technology
4
PE706
Advanced Microwave Measurement Techniques
4
PE707
Special Topics in Analog and Mixed Signal IC Design
4
Course No. Title of the Course Credits
PE708
Research Methodology
4
PE709
Digital IC Design
4
PE710
Process, Device and Circuit Modeling & Analysis
4
PE711
MEMS and TeraHz technology
4
PE7012
Processing and Characterization of Electronic Materials
4
PE7013
VLSI Signal Processing
4
PE7014
System on Chip design
4
PE7015
Wireless Communication IC Design
4

In addition, the Ph.D. scholar will complete any other course requirement as recommended by the Doctoral Review Committee (DRC)

It is expected that Research Scholars enrolled in the programme will participate intensively in the creation/management of facilities and in running teaching laboratories. Research Scholars also have opportunities to take forward their innovative research into enterpreneurship.