M.Tech in Opto Electronics with specialization in Optical Communication EngineeringShri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science
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To Establish the department as a Centre of Excellence in the area of optoelectronics and develop CENTER FOR PHOTONICS.
To enhance and expand activities in the area of optoelectronics by developing appropriate theoretical and experimental facilities and creating trained motivated manpower to undertake challenges in Modern Communication and Information Processing Technology.
Lasers and optical electronics have opened up many new opportunities and frontiers of technology. They have tremendous scope of application in industry, medicine, defence, meteorology, optical communication and information processing. Modern communication systems are at the threshold of transformation to fiber optic based optical communication systems. Laser and optical electronics based newer and newer technologies and products are coming up at a mind bogling speed ! This technological reality has created the demand of large manpower well trained in laser and optical electronics. Most appropriately, during the VIII five-year plan, Science Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (SAC-PM) approved a plan to strengthen teaching and R&D activities in the field of Laser science & technology and their applications. A National Laser Programme was evolved with the objective of manpower training in the field of laser science and technology, development of laser technology in the country and promotion of laser application in basic research, industry and medicine. Under this programme, the Department of Applied Physics, SGSITS has been identified to run M.Tech programme in optoelectronics with specialisation in optical communication. Since its inception in the year 1995, the M. Tech programme is being run in the department with active supports from Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore. Senior Physicist and technologists of CAT are taking theory class and supervising M.Sc. & M.Tech Project work. Needless to say, the department has now adequate resource to take up any new training and research activities in the field of laser science, optical electronics and related areas. Two research scholars have been working in the field of experimental investigations of (i) Nonlinear Optical Effects and (ii) Low Coherence Optical Tomography for their Ph.D. degrees.
Fibre Optics & Nonlinear Optics
Analog & Digital Communication
Optical Communication and Information Systems
Advanced Fibre Optics
Optical Instrumentation & Measurements