Addressing the phenomenon of rising youth unemployment and its threat to political stability, social cohesion and economic growth of the nation. IEDC supports the development and commercialization of new products, services and technologies.
In some cases, IEDC acts as a sounding board for clients—providing guidance and advice. For other clients, IEDC becomes an extension of their teams—rolling up our sleeves and executing on various tasks necessary to scale the business.
IEDC implifies and clarifies student intellectual property transfer processes, for students and the broader community. This helps enterprising engineering students to start a venture of their own with the help of businessmen and other members of the broader entrepreneurial community.
IEDC empowers students, faculty and staff to pursue entrepreneurial achievements that improve people’s lives, drive the economy and help innovators, bridge the gap between inventor and venture capitalist.
IEDC adopts a person-Centered and demand -Driven approach towards promoting and developing competent and productive initiatives.IEDC’s primary function is to connect entrepreneurial needs with qualified community and state resources and to provide hands-on professional business direction.
The Center provides a range of resources that enables it to:
Empower students, faculty and staff to pursue entrepreneurial achievements that improve people’s lives, drive the economy and help innovators bridge the gap between inventor and venture capitalist.
Connect current students with Engineering alumni who work in the start-up community.
Provide grants for students to pursue their own ideas for companies and products.
Support, simplify and clarify student intellectual property transfer processes for students and the broader community.
Develop and maintain an entrepreneurship certificate program so that engineering students can take courses in innovation and business from experts in entrepreneurial community.
Faculty from various departments have joined hands to form the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Cell
Specialisation in Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering
Specialisation in Advanced Construction Technology
Specialization in Energy Technology, I.C.Engines
Specialization in Electronics and Communication Engineering & Wireless Communication
Specialisation in Optical Networks
Specialisation in Database Management System, Computer Graphics
Areas Of Interest(Research): Supercritical fluids,Blended fuels,Petroleum products testing
Specialization in Business Intelligence & Complex Event Processing
IEDC is an interactive body which looks forward to innovative inputs from both faculty and students.
Please feel free to drop in your ideas.
Dr.G.Gerald Moses,M.E., Ph.D., AMIE, MIGS, MISTE.
Dr.A.Muthadhi, B.Tech.,M.Tech., Ph.D., AMIE.
Dr. A. Kalaisselvane,M.Tech,Ph. D
Dr. S. Tamilselvan,B.Tech.,M.Tech., Ph.D., MISTE
Ms. M. Thachayani B.Tech., M.Tech., MISTE
Dr.N. Sivakumar, B.Tech., M.Tech., Ph.D., MHRM
Dr. M. Sudhakaran,B.E,M.E.,Ph.D
Dr.R.Sridar B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
Dr. V. Govindasamy, B.Tech., M.E., Ph.D., M.I.E.E.E