#### 1. Effective Teaching/Learning Of Computer Programming - Pil... - For Coordinators - 29 Sep - 03 Oct 2009

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 22Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Objective#### 2. Effective Teaching/Learning Of Computer Programming - Pil... - For Teachers - 14 Dec - 24 Dec 2009

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 22Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Objective#### 3. Effective Teaching/Learning Of Computer Programming - For Coordinators - 02 May - 04 May 2010

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 18Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The 5-day ISTE workshop is conducted to provide a complete orientation to the prospective center coordinators on the methodology to be followed in this project. This will include the delivery of live lectures through EDUSAT/ NKN/internet, mechanism of interaction with participants and the local conduct of tutorials and labs. Since the final contents are meant to be adopted by most colleges across the country, this workshop will finalize the following for the subject of Database Management Systems:

(a) Definition of common syllabus to be covered.

(b) Graded coverage from simple to difficult levels for each topic and subtopic.

(c) Nature of tutorials and lab sessions, keeping the above gradation and the typical examination pattern in mind, but leading to the typical advanced levels reached in such subject teaching at the top institutions of the world.

(d) Discussion of laboratory environment and the experiments to be conducted.

(e) Use of the learning management system, audio-visual equipment, editing tools.

(f) Other logistic details for conducting the main workshop.#### 4. Effective Teaching/Learning Of Computer Programming - For Teachers - 28 Jun - 10 Jul 2010

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 30Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Course Objective#### 5. Database Management Systems - For Coordinators - 19 Oct - 23 Oct 2010

Participation

Prof. S. Sudarshan - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 30Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The Course contents includes the following concept of Database Management Systems :

(a) Introduction to Database Management System.

(b) Introduction to Relational Model, Entity - Relationship (ER) Model and Relational Database Design.

(c) Introduction to Structured Query Language, Set Operations, Aggregate Functions and Joins.

(d) Nested Sub-queries.

(e) Intermediate SQL and Advanced SQL.

(f) Application Design and Development.

(g) Storage and file Structure.

(h) Indexing and Hashing.

(i) Query Processing and Optimization.

(j) Transactions, Concurrency Control and Recovery System.

(k) Map Reduce, Distributed Data Stores and NoSQL Databases.#### 6. Database Management Systems - For Teachers - 13 Dec - 23 Dec 2010

Participation

Prof. S. Sudarshan - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 32Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The Course contents includes the following concept of Database Management Systems :

(a) Introduction to Database Management System.

(b) Introduction to Relational Model, Entity - Relationship (ER) Model and Relational Database Design.

(c) Introduction to Structured Query Language, Set Operations, Aggregate Functions and Joins.

(d) Nested Sub-queries.

(e) Intermediate SQL and Advanced SQL.

(f) Application Design and Development.

(g) Storage and file Structure.

(h) Indexing and Hashing.

(i) Query Processing and Optimization.

(j) Transactions, Concurrency Control and Recovery System.

(k) Map Reduce, Distributed Data Stores and NoSQL Databases.#### 7. Thermodynamics In Mechanical Engineering - For Coordinators - 21 Feb - 25 Feb 2011

Participation

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. U. V. Bhandarkar - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 36Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**objective#### 8. Thermodynamics in Mechanical Engineering - For Teachers - 14 Jun - 24 Jun 2011

Participation

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. U. V. Bhandarkar - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 31Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction#### 9. Basic Electronics - For Coordinators - 01 Mar - 05 Mar 2011

Participation

Prof. D. K. Sharma - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. M. B. Patil - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. P. R. Apte - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Joseph John - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 38Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Tentative syllabus as followed in IIT Bombay for a course on “Basic Electronics” is given below :

· Semiconductor Devices: Diode, Zener circuits,

· BJT: simple biasing methods, Power supply

· OPAMP based circuits including Schmitt trigger and astable multivibrator.

· Feedback amplifiers, Oscillators, Boolean logic, basic gates, truth tables, logic minimization using K maps, combinatorial and sequential circuits, DAC and ADC.

· Introduction to Communication Engineering.#### 10. Basic Electronics - For Teachers - 28 Jun - 08 Jul 2011

Participation

Prof. Dinesh Sharma - Department Of Electrical Engineering

Prof. M. B. Patil - Department Of Electrical Engineering

Prof. Joseph John - Department Of Electrical Engineering

Remote Centers : 38- Semiconductor Devices: Diode, Zener circuits
- BJT: simple biasing methods, Power supply
- OPAMP based circuits including Schmitt trigger and astable multivibrator
- Feedback amplifiers, Oscillators, Boolean logic, basic gates, truth tables, logic minimization using K maps, combinatorial and sequential circuits, DAC and ADC
- Introduction to Communication Engineering

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Tentative syllabus as followed in IIT Bombay for a course on Basic Electronics, is given below :#### 11. Heat Transfer - For Coordinators - 12 Sep - 16 Sep 2011

Participation

Prof. S. V. Prabhu - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Arunkumar Sridharan - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 30Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Introduction to heat transfer**

Introduction, Introduction to one dimensional conduction, conduction rate equation, thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, Heat diffusion equation, Initial and boundary conditions,**Conduction**

One dimensional steady state conduction, Plane wall, composite wall, cylinder, sphere, Critical radius of insulation, summary of all cases, One dimensional steady state conduction in plane wall and radial systems with thermal energy generation, Fins - Fin efficiency, effectiveness, length of the fin, Transient conduction – Lumped capacitance, Heisler charts, semi-infinite medium.**Convection**

Physical Mechanism of Convection, Basics of fluid mechanics, Differential Convection Equations – Navier stokes equation, Energy equation, boundary layer equations for both momentum and heat transfer, Solutions of convection equations for a flat plate, Normalised dimensionless equations and similarity, analogies of heat transfer, Convective heat transfer in external flows for general configurations, Internal forced convection – average velocity and bulk mean temperature, laminar and turbulent flow in tubes and Natural convection**Heat Exchangers**

Types, overall heat transfer coefficient, fouling factor, Analysis of heat exchangers, Log mean temperature difference for parallel and counterflow heat exchangers, multipass and cross flow heat exchangers, use of correction factor, e-NTU method – Effectiveness relations for all heat exchangers along with the charts, selection of heat exchangers**Thermal Radiation**

Introduction, thermal radiation, black body radiation – Stefan Boltzman law,Planck’s law, Wien’s

displacement law, Radiation intensity, solid angle, intensity of emitted radiation, incident

radiation, radiosity, spectral quantities, Radiative properties, Kirchoff’s law, Greenhouse effect,

Radiation heat transfer – view factor, view factor relations, Black surfaces , diffuse and gray

surfaces, Net radiation heat transfer between any two surfaces, methods of solving radiation

problems, radiation heat transfer in two and three surface enclosure, radiation shields and

radiation effects.#### 12. Heat Transfer - For Teachers - 29 Nov - 10 Dec 2011

Participation

Prof. S. V. Prabhu - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Arunkumar Sridharan - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 28Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Introduction to heat transfer**

Introduction, Introduction to one dimensional conduction, conduction rate equation, thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, Heat diffusion equation, Initial and boundary conditions,

**Conduction**

One dimensional steady state conduction, Plane wall, composite wall, cylinder, sphere, Critical radius of insulation, summary of all cases, One dimensional steady state conduction in plane wall and radial systems with thermal energy generation, Fins - Fin efficiency, effectiveness, length of the fin, Transient conduction- Lumped capacitance, Heisler charts, semi-infinite medium.

**Convection**

Physical Mechanism of Convection, Basics of fluid mechanics, Differential Convection Equations - Navier stokes equation, Energy equation, boundary layer equations for both momentum and heat transfer, Solutions of convection equations for a flat plate, Normalised dimensionless equations and similarity, analogies of heat transfer, Convective heat transfer in external flows, for general configurations, Internal forced convection - average velocity and bulk mean temperature, laminar and turbulent flow in tubes, and Natural convection.

**Heat Exchangers**

Types, overall heat transfer coefficient, fouling factor, Analysis of heat exchangers, Log mean temperature difference for parallel and counterflow heat exchangers, multipass and cross flow heat exchangers, use of correction factor, NTU method - Effectiveness relations for all heat exchangers, along with the charts, selection of heat exchangers.

**Thermal Radiation**

Introduction, thermal radiation, black body radiation - Stefan Boltzmann law,Plancks law, Wiens displacement law, Radiation intensity, solid angle, intensity of emitted radiation, incident radiation, radiosity, spectral quantities, Radiative properties, Kirchoffs law, Greenhouse effect, Radiation heat transfer - view factor, view factor relations, Black surfaces , diffuse and gray surfaces, Net radiation heat transfer between any two surfaces, methods of solving radiation problems, radiation heat transfer in two and three surface enclosure, radiation shields and radiation effects.

**Boiling and Condensation**

Introduction to Two-Phase Flow, Nusselts theory of condensation, Pool boiling curve, Thermodynamic aspects of boiling and evaporation, Rosehnows pool boiling correlation.#### 13. Solar Photovoltaics: Fundamentals, Technologies and Appli... - For Coordinators - 11 Apr - 15 Apr 2011

Participation

Prof. Chetan S. Solanki - Department Of Energy Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. B. G. Fernandes - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Kishore Chatterjee - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Vivek Agrawal - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 35Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Part 1: Solar PV fundamentals and technologies (about 20 hours) Introduction to semiconductor Physics, theory of P-N junction, operation of P-N junction as solar cells, parameters of solar cells, design of solar cells, solar cell materials and technologies, fabrication of crystalline Si solar cells, solar PV modules, PV module output as function of temperature and solar

radiation.

Part 2: Applications of solar PV technologies (about 20 hours) Introduction to power electronics devices, off-grid and grid-connected PV systems, components of solar PV systems, charge controller, DC-DC converter, DC-AC inverter, maximum power point tracking, energy storage options for solar PV systems, availability of solar radiation at a given location, design of off-grid PV systems, design of grid-connected PV systems, Life cycle cost analysis.#### 14. Solar Photovoltaics: Fundamentals, Technologies And Appli... - For Teachers - 12 Dec - 22 Dec 2011

Participation

Prof. Chetan S. Solanki - Department Of Energy Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. B. G. Fernandes - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 35Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Part 1: Solar PV Fundamentals and Technologies.**

Introduction to semiconductor Physics, theory of P-N junction, operation of P-N junction as solar cells, parameters of solar cells, design of solar cells, solar cell materials and technologies, fabrication of crystalline Si solar cells, solar PV modules, PV module output as function of temperature and solar radiation.

**Part 2: Applications of Solar PV Technologies.**

Introduction to power electronics devices, off-grid and grid-connected PV systems, components of solar PV systems, charge controller, DC-DC converter, DC-AC inverter, maximum power point tracking, energy storage options for solar PV systems, availability of solar radiation at a given location, design of off-grid PV systems, design of grid-connected PV systems, Life cycle cost analysis.#### 15. Software Development Techniques - For Coordinators - 03 Sep - 18 Sep 2011

Participation

Prof. Prabhu Ramachandran - Department Of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Madhu Belur - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 26- Linux Tools
- Version control systems
- LaTeX
- Basic Python
- Advanced Python
- Test Driven Development

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Following topics will be covered in this workshop during the each weekend#### 16. Software Development Techniques - For Teachers - 05 Nov - 04 Dec 2011

Participation

Prof. Prabhu Ramachandran - Department Of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Madhu Belur - Department Of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Mr. Asokan Pichai - Sr. V.P. - Learning And Development, TalentSprint

Remote Centers : 21- Linux Tools
- Version control systems
- LaTeX
- Basic Python
- Advanced Python
- Test Driven Development

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Following topics will be covered in this workshop during the each weekend#### 17. Computational Fluid Dynamics - For Coordinators - 12 Mar - 16 Mar 2012

Participation

Prof. Bhalchandra Puranik - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Atul Sharma - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 47Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Essentials of Fluid Mechanics :**

Introduction; Eulerian and Lagrangian descriptions of fluid motion; Kinematics of fluid motion.

Derivation of governing differential equations and their Nondimensionalization; Sub-models for simplified situations; Some analytical solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations; An example of numerical solution of a model equation, using the Finite Difference Method.

Integral form of the governing equations of motion, and their physical interpretation.**Finite Volume Method for Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer Governing Equations:**

2-D Unsteady State Heat Conduction: Finite Volume Discretization; Explicit and Implicit methods; Implementation details; Solution algorithm. Special topics: Multi-solid and nonlinear Heat Conduction. Example problems.

2-D Unsteady State Heat Convection (Advection-Diffusion): Finite Volume Discretization; advection schemes; solution

algorithm; Example Problems.

2-D Unsteady State Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer: Finite Volume Discretization; pressure-velocity coupling; Explicit and Implicit methods; Solution algorithm; Example problems. Grid Generation: Structured Grid. Algebraic and Elliptic method.#### 18. Computational Fluid Dynamics - For Teachers - 12 Jun - 22 Jun 2012

Participation

Prof. Bhalchandra Puranik - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Atul Sharma - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 47Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Part I : Essentials of Fluid Mechanics and Introduction to Finite Difference Method.**

1. Introduction, Mathematical background.

2. Integral analysis of fluid dynamics and its applications to a few problems.

3. Kinematics of fluid motion: Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches, rates of change, graphical descriptors of fluid motion, kinematic decomposition of fluid motion.

4. Differential analysis of fluid dynamics: derivations of governing equations (mass, momentum, energy), sub-models for simplified situations, non-dimensionalization of the governing equations.

5. Some analytical solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations in cartesian and cylindrical geometries.

6. Introduction to the Finite Difference Method of numerical solution: Application to diffusion equation - explicit and implicit methods of solution, Application to Laplace equation - iterative method of solution.

**Part II : Finite Volume Method for Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer Governing Equations.**

1. 1-D and 2-D Unsteady State Heat Conduction: Finite Volume Discretization; Explicit and Implicit methods; Implementation details; Solution algorithm. Special topics: Multi-solid and non-linear Heat Conduction. Example problems.

2. 1-D and 2-D Unsteady State Heat Advection and Convection: Finite Volume Discretization; advection schemes; Implementation details; solution algorithm; Example Problems.

3. 2-D Unsteady State Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer: Finite Volume Discretization; pressure-velocity coupling; Explicit and Implicit methods; Semi-explicit and Semi-Implicit Method, Solution Methodology on Staggered and Colocated Grid, Solution algorithm; Example problems on Isothermal flow and Forced/Mixed/Natural Convection Heat Transfer.

4. Grid Generation: Structured Grid. Algebraic and Elliptic method.#### 19. Writing Effective Conference Papers - For Coordinators - 30 Nov - 30 Nov 2011

Participation

Prof. Sahana Murthy - Inter-Disciplinary Programme In Educational Technology, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanicla Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Kannan Maudgalya - Department Of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 33Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Objective#### 20. Writing Effective Conference Papers - For Teachers - 18 Feb - 19 Feb 2012

Participation

Prof. Sahana Murthy - Inter-Disciplinary Programme In Educational Technology, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanicla Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Kannan Maudgalya - Department Of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 35Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Objective#### 21. Introduction To Research Methodologies - For Coordinators - 11 Jun - 15 Jun 2012

Participation

Prof. U. N Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 168Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**This course will provide an introduction to research for scientists and engineers. The goal of the course is to take a researcher through the various aspects and steps of a research project. Topics covered in the course are classified into the following main categories:

* Productive Thinking Skills

* Scientific Method and Experimentation Skills

* Communication Skills ï¿½ Written and Oral

* Management of research ï¿½ time management, stress management, professional ethics#### 22. Introduction To Research Methodologies - For Teachers - 25 Jun - 04 Jul 2012

Participation : 7557

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Teacher : 6668 Others : 889 Remote Centers : 168Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**This course will provide an introduction to research for scientists and engineers. The goal of the course is to take a researcher through the various aspects and steps of a research project. Topics covered in the course are classified into the following main categories:

* Productive Thinking Skills

* Scientific Method and Experimentation Skills

* Communication Skills – Written and Oral

* Management of research – time management, stress management, professional ethics#### 23. Orientation Workshop For Aakash Coordinator And Technical... - For Aakash Centers - 25 Oct - 05 Nov 2012

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 231- Introduction to tablet computers and Aakash.
- Applications available on Android platform
- Special educational applications:
- Clicker software for conducting tests.
- Proximity application to develop interactive lessons
- Programming environment on Aakash(C, C++, Python)
- Engineering application - Robot Control

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The objective of this workshop is to introduce the tablet computers in general, and Aakash tablets in particular, to the participating faculty. The emphasis will be on using applications specially developed for Aakash at IIT Bombay, for effective use of these tablets in the educational process. Following topics will be covered in the workshop.

#### 24. Aakash For Education - For Teachers - 10 Nov - 11 Nov 2012

Participation

Prof. D. B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Uday Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Kannan Moudagalya - Department Of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 236Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The objective of this workshop is to introduce the tablet computers in general, and Aakash tablets in particular, to the participating faculty. The emphasis will be on using applications specially developed for Aakash at IIT Bombay, for effective use of these tablets in the educational process.

Following topics will be covered in the workshop

- Introduction to tablet computers and Aakash.

- Applications available on Android platform

- Storing and accessing contents using Aakash

- Special educational applications:

Clicker software for conducting tests.

Proximity application to develop interactive lessons

Programming environment on Aakash (C, C++, Python, Scilab)

Engineering application

- Robot Control

- Research and Development projects involving Aakash

- Future roadmap for Aakash#### 25. Engineering Thermodynamics - For Coordinators - 21 Nov - 23 Nov 2012

Participation

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 168Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction to thermodynamics. Historical development.

Basic definitions. Properties of systems. Equilibrium, processes, interactions. The work interaction. Thermodynamic definition, characteristics, and evaluation of work.

The First Law. Energy of a system. The heat interaction. Zeroth law.

Scales of temperature. Ideal gas temperature scale. The state principle.

Equations of state. Properties of fluids. Introduction to steam tables.

The Second Law. Kelvin-Planck statement. Carnot theorem. Kelvin scale.

Equivalence of scales.

Clausius inequality. Definition of entropy. Formulation of second law for closed systems. Property relations.

Applications to equations of state.

First law for open systems. Derivation of the general form. Special cases. Steady-flow energy equation. Second law for open systems.

Availability and energy. Lost work. Introduction to cycles. Classifications of cycles. Implementation of cycles. Gas power cycles.

Vapour power cycles. Refrigeration (reversed) cycles.#### 26. Engineering Thermodynamics - For Teachers - 11 Dec - 21 Dec 2012

Participation

Prof. U. N. Gaitonde - Department Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 168Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction to thermodynamics. Historical development.

Basic definitions. Properties of systems. Equilibrium, processes, interactions. The work interaction. Thermodynamic definition, characteristics, and evaluation of work.

The First Law. Energy of a system. The heat interaction. Zeroth law.

Scales of temperature. Ideal gas temperature scale. The state principle.

Equations of state. Properties of fluids. Introduction to steam tables.

The Second Law. Kelvin-Planck statement. Carnot theorem. Kelvin scale.

Equivalence of scales.

Clausius inequality. Definition of entropy. Formulation of second law for closed systems. Property relations.

Applications to equations of state.

First law for open systems. Derivation of the general form. Special cases. Steady-flow energy equation. Second law for open systems.

Availability and energy. Lost work. Introduction to cycles. Classifications of cycles. Implementation of cycles. Gas power cycles.

Vapour power cycles. Refrigeration (reversed) cycles.#### 27. Research Methods In Educational Technology - For Teachers - 02 Feb - 09 Jan 2013

Participation

Prof. Sahana Murthy - CDEEP, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 194Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Topics in the workshop will include:

• What are different types of research problems in educational technology.

• How to read and analyze a research paper in educational technology.

• How to convert your innovative teaching and learning idea into a research study.

• How to plan, conduct, and analyze your experimental study in educational technology.

• What are various techniques to evaluate the effectiveness of your study.

• How to create robust measurement instruments (such as questionnaires).#### 28. Aakash Android Application Programming - Students - For Open Courseware - 23 Feb - 03 Mar 2013

Participation

Mr. Parag Tiwari And Team - Aakash Lab, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 229Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Following topics will be covered in the workshop

Android Apps Programming

· Getting Started with Android

· Setting up Eclipse for Android Software Development

· Android Building Blocks

· Layouts and UI Control.

· Android Application Resources.

· Introduction to Animation and Graphics.

· Data Storage.

· Web Application Development.

· Publishing your Application.#### 29. Database Management Systems - 2013 - For Coordinators - 06 May - 10 May 2013

Participation

Prof. S. Sudarshan - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 249Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**- Overview of data management systems. Relational model and query languages (Relational algebra and calculus, SQL).

- Database design using the ER Model, ER Diagrams, UML Class Diagrams.

- Relational database design and normalization. Integrity and Security.

- Design and development of Web based information systems.- Overview of storage structures, indexing. query processing and optimization, and transaction processing.- A brief introduction to decision support and data analysis, data warehousing and data mining and Information Retrieval.- Querying Big Data using Hadoop.#### 30. Database Management Systems - 2013 - For Teachers - 21 May - 31 May 2013

Participation

Prof. S. Sudarshan - Department Of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 245Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**- Overview of data management systems. Relational model and query languages (Relational algebra and calculus, SQL).

Database design using the ER Model, ER Diagrams, UML Class Diagrams. Relational database design and normalization.

Integrity and Security. Design and development of Web based information systems.- Overview of storage structures, indexing. query processing and optimization, and transaction processing.- A brief introduction to decision support and data analysis, data warehousing and data mining and Information Retrieval.#### 31. Green Building Awareness - For Open Courseware - 24 Aug - 24 Aug 2013

Participation

Prof. Monika Jain - Centre For Urban Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Jiten Prajapati - Academy Of Architecture

Prof. Jayant K Nayak - Department Of Energy Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Swati Chokshi - Academy Of Architecture

Prof. Rangan Banerjee - Department Of Energy Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 167- Energy production and consumption and the role of building sector in India
- Typical energy usage in buildings
- Life-cycle energy analysis of buildings
- Passive solar architecture and integration of sustainable technologies in buildings
- Green building rating systems
- Buildings, its occupants and the larger environment
- Is sustainable design difficult to achieve?
- What about cost?
- Does sustainable design restrict design freedom?
- Are there tools available?

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Buildings contribute to one-third of the total energy consumption in India. With the rising urban population and booming construction sector, a rapid growth in buildings is expected in the next few decades. Steering this growth to more green and energy efficient buildings is hence of paramount importance to address the energy and climate change crisis. This lecture will give a macro level overview of the relationship between building sector and energy sector and touch upon the following topics:

"We have not inherited the world from our forefathers but have borrowed it from our children" -

This lecture discusses the context sensitive approach to sustainable building design. Traditional wisdom has always propagated this approach, it just needs to be rediscovered or reinvented for contemporary times. Context in this lecture refers to climatic, regional, economical and technological. This is illustrated by case studies in a rural and an urban setting. The lecture will aim at answering the following questions:

The quantification of the thermal performance of a building is desirable to evaluate various designs and help in evolving suitable design for realizing energy efficiency. The lecture would explain various heat exchange processes taking place in a building and external environment. Several techniques are available for estimating the performance of building. They would briefly be discussed and the type of results available would be indicated.

Sustainability is not really an original concept; especially for Indians. Since generations, the idea of sustainability has pervaded every aspect of our lives and it has manifested itself in the built form as well.

And that`s exactly what vernacular traditions are all about. There is a rich legacy of settlements, buildings and structures of all kinds and scales that are truly inspirational and living examples of sustainability. There is a huge diversity of materials, climatic response and building technology as the country has a very varied terrain, geology and cultural diversity along with the climatic variations. So this is almost like a built encyclopedia that is a time tested proven technology that belongs to everyone and no one in particular.

However, a lot of things have changed in the recent past, the last century in particular. The major events that have changed life, the perspective towards it and particularly the approach to built forms and sustainability have been factors like an explosive population growth, urbanization, globalization, mass production and the accompanying consumerism and ease of transportation and of course, the dwindling finite resources. Along with these there have been inventions of new materials, building technologies and digital tools.

The question then, is how and to what extent can this source of vernacular be carried forward and how far is it applicable and in what ways. What is the way ahead for sustainability in the scenario where the population numbers and their lifestyle aspirations have the biggest impact on the morphology of settlements, the way people want their living and work spaces to function and the way architects respond to these stimuli.

Buildings account for a significant portion of societyâ€™s energy use. The end uses are cooking, space cooling, space heating, refrigeration, lighting, motive power and appliances. We review the renewable energy technologies available for meeting these loads â€“ solar thermal, solar photovoltaics, wind, geothermal heat pumps and biomass gasification . We provide some examples of applications and indications of the advantages and barriers of the use of renewable energy for buildings.

This would be a brief lecture about the framework of the competition and the concept house that we have designed so far. The lecture would touch upon the need for sustainable construction to meet India`s exponentially growing energy and housing demands. It also contains some information about the innovations made by the team of students to navigate this complex problem. Finally, we share some insights on the importance of building interdisciplinary design processes to reach an optimum solution that is both architecturally appealing and technically sound.#### 32. Engineering Mechanics - For Coordinators - 16 Sep - 20 Sep 2013

Participation

Prof. Mandar Inamdar - Department Of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sauvik Banerjee - Department Of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 223- Introduction: Fundamentals Concepts and Principles, Review of Vector Mechanics
- Equivalent System of Forces: Reduction of System of Forces to One Force and One Couple, Resultant of Distributed Force System
- Equilibrium of Rigid bodies: Equilibrium in two and three dimensions, reactions at supports and connections, Equilibrium of a two force body and a three force body.
- Analysis of Structures: Equilibrium of Trusses Method of Joints, Method of Sections Compound Truss, Equilibrium of Frames and Machines
- Friction: Laws of Dry Friction, Coefficient of Friction, Angle of Friction, Problems Involving Dry Friction, Belt Friction
- Energy Methods: Work of a Force, Principle of Virtual Work, Application of Principle of Virtual Work to Real Structures
- Potential Energy and Equilibrium, Stability of Equilibrium
- Dynamics and Vibrations: Free Vibrations of Mass-Spring Systems, Simple Harmonic Motion, Equation of Motion, Natural Frequency of Vibration, Free Vibration of Rigid Bodies.

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Essentials of Engineering Mechanics:**#### 33. Engineering Mechanics - For Teachers - 26 Nov - 06 Dec 2013

Participation

Prof. Mandar Inamdar - Department Of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sauvik Banerjee - Department Of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 219Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details****Essentials of Engineering Mechanics:**

**Introduction:**Fundamentals Concepts and Principles, Review of Vector Mechanics

**Equivalent System of Forces:**Reduction of System of Forces to One Force and One Couple, Resultant of Distributed Force System.

**Equilibrium of Rigid bodies:**Equilibrium in two and three dimensions, reactions at supports and connections, Equilibrium of a two force body and a three force body.

**Analysis of Structures:**Equilibrium of Trusses: Method of Joints, Method of Sections Compound Truss, Equilibrium of Frames and Machines.

**Friction:**Laws of Dry Friction, Coefficient of Friction, Angle of Friction, Problems Involving Dry Friction, Belt Friction.

**Energy Methods:**Work of a Force, Principle of Virtual Work, Application of Principle of Virtual Work to Real Structures Potential Energy and Equilibrium, Stability of Equilibrium

**Dynamics and Vibrations:**Free Vibrations of Mass-Spring Systems, Simple Harmonic Motion, Equation of Motion, Natural Frequency of Vibration, Free Vibration of Rigid Bodies#### 34. Computer Programming - For Coordinators - 21 Apr - 26 Apr 2014

Participation

Prof. Deepak B. Phatak - Department Of CSE, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Department Of CSE, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 269Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Following topics will be conversed in this workshop.

Ø Algorithms

Ø Elements of C/C++ programming languages

Ø Basic data types

Ø Sequential and conditional execution

Ø Iterative solutions

Ø Arrays, matrices, and their applications

Ø Functions

Ø Basics of Sorting and searching

Ø Elements of string processing

Ø Introduction to pointers

Ø Software Engineering concepts

Ø Pointers

Ø Structures

Ø File processing

Ø Handling graphics

Ø Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

Ø Classes and Methods, C++ Standard Library#### 35. Computer Networking - For Coordinators - 05 May - 09 May 2014

Participation

Prof. Kameswari Chebrolu - Department Of CSE, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 250Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction and Course Content#### 36. Cyber Security - For Coordinators - 17 May - 21 May 2014

Participation

Prof. Bernard L. Menezes - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. G. Sivakumar - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 219Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction and Course content

Cyber Security- an overview

Basic Cryptography

Security Protocols

Network Security

Access Control

Web Security

Malware Protection

IT Infrastructure Security

Intrusion Detection and Prevention

Future Trends

#### 37. Computer Programming - For Teachers - 16 Jun - 21 Jun 2014

Participation

Prof. Deepak B. Phatak - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 273Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Following topics will be conversed in this workshop.

Ø Algorithms

Ø Elements of C/C++ programming languages

Ø Basic data types

Ø Sequential and conditional execution

Ø Iterative solutions

Ø Arrays, matrices, and their applications

Ø Functions

Ø Basics of Sorting and searching

Ø Elements of string processing

Ø Introduction to pointers

Ø Software Engineering concepts

Ø Pointers

Ø Structures

Ø File processing

Ø Handling graphics

Ø Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

Ø Classes and Methods, C++ Standard Library#### 38. Computer Networking - For Teachers - 30 Jun - 05 Jul 2014

Participation

Prof. Kameswari Chebrolu - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 246Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Introduction#### 39. Cyber Security - For Teachers - 10 Jul - 20 Jul 2014

Participation

Prof. Bernard L. Menezes - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. G. Sivakumar - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 207Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The workshop will provide training to participants on teaching pedagogy to make extensive use of Technology, and will cover teaching of the following topics:

* Secret Key Cryptography

* Public Key Cryptography

* Applications of the Crypto Hash

* Key Management and PKI

* Network Security

* DDoS Attacks

* Authentication Protocols

* Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS)

* Access Control and Firewalls

* Software Security

* Worms, Viruses, Bots etc

* Malware Protection

* Web Application Security

* Browser Security

* Intrusion Detection and Prevention

* Security Tools - Wireshark, Snort, Metasploit, etc.#### 40. Pedagogy For Effective Use Of ICT In Engineering Educatio... - For Coordinators - 25 Nov - 25 Nov 2014

Participation

Prof. Sahana Murthy - Inter-Disciplinary Programme In Educational Technology, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 167Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Topics in the workshop will include:

1. Course planning

A. Developing learning objectives-what, why, how

B. Hierarchy of cognitive levels for learning objectives

C. Concept maps for course planning and corresponding open-source tools

2. Writing effective assessment questions

A. Alignment of assessment to learning objectives

B. Writing higher order assessment questions (Apply, analyze, evaluate, and create levels)

3. Visualizing scientific content

A. Benefits of visualizations such as animation and simulation for engineering teaching & learning

B. How to find suitable visualizations for your course

C. How to effectively teach using visualizations

4. Creating an active-learning classroom

A. Why active-learning and how to achieve it

B. Specific active-learning techniques such as Peer instruction and Think-pair-share

5. Flipped classroom-what, why, how

A. The out-of-class part: videos, Spoken-Tutorials for content

B. The in-class part: activities for students based on above content

6. Promoting student collaboration

A. Benefits of promoting student interaction

B. Tools to promote student collaboration - blogs, wikis, and forums

7. Exploring ET tools

8. Evaluating effectiveness of teaching strategies#### 41. Pedagogy For Effective Use Of ICT In Engineering Educatio... - For Teachers - 05 Jan - 21 Jan 2015

Participation

Prof. Sahana Murthy - Inter-Disciplinary Programme In Educational Technology, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Department Of Computer Science And Engineering, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 148Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Topics in the workshop will include:

1. Course planning

A. Developing learning objectives-what, why, how

B. Hierarchy of cognitive levels for learning objectives

C. Concept maps for course planning and corresponding open-source tools

2. Writing effective assessment questions

A. Alignment of assessment to learning objectives

B. Writing higher order assessment questions (Apply, analyze, evaluate, and create levels)

3. Visualizing scientific content

A. Benefits of visualizations such as animation and simulation for engineering teaching & learning

B. How to find suitable visualizations for your course

C. How to effectively teach using visualizations

4. Creating an active-learning classroom

A. Why active-learning and how to achieve it

B. Specific active-learning techniques such as Peer instruction and Think-pair-share

5. Flipped classroom-what, why, how

A. The out-of-class part: videos, Spoken-Tutorials for content

B. The in-class part: activities for students based on above content

6. Promoting student collaboration

A. Benefits of promoting student interaction

B. Tools to promote student collaboration - blogs, wikis, and forums

7. Exploring ET tools

8. Evaluating effectiveness of teaching strategies#### 42. Environmental Studies - For Coordinators - 23 Mar - 27 Mar 2015

Participation

Prof. Virendra Sethi, - CESE, IIT Bombay

Prof. Munish Chandel, Prof. Harish Phuleria, - CESE, IIT Bombay

Prof. K. Narayanan - HSS, IIT Bombay

Prof. D. Parthasarathy, Prof. Ranjan K Panda, - HSS, IIT Bombay

Prof. Maya Mahajan, Prof. N K Kothurkar, - Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Coimbatore

Remote Centers : 158- Sustainable Development
- Ecology
- Biodiversity
- Natural Resources (Food, water, energy, forest)
- Environmental Pollution
- Waste management
- Social issues and Environment
- Ethics
- Economics
- Global Climate Change
- Legal and Policy Framework

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

- Sustainable Development
#### 43. Environmental Studies - For Teachers - 02 Jun - 12 Jun 2015

Participation

Prof. Virendra Sethi - CESE, IIT Bombay

Prof. K. Narayanan - HSS, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 152- Sustainable Development
- Ecology
- Biodiversity
- Natural Resources (Food, water, energy, forest)
- Environmental Pollution
- Waste management
- Social issues and Environment
- Ethics
- Economics
- Global Climate Change
- Legal and Policy Framework

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

- Sustainable Development
#### 44. Technical Communication - For Coordinators - 24 Aug - 28 Aug 2015

Participation

Prof. P. Sunthar - CHE,IIT Bombay

Prof. Virendra Sethi - CESE,IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 119Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

Scientific Methodology

Listening and Note Taking

Reading and Surveying Literature

Writing Summaries, Papers, Reports, and Thesis

Presentation: Short and Long

Ethics and Cultural Issues

Internet Communication

#### 45. Engineering Physics - For Coordinators - 07 Sep - 11 Sep 2015

Participation

Prof. Shiva Prasad - Dept. Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Prof. Dipan K. Ghosh - Dept. Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Prof. K.G.Suresh - Dept. Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 146- Optics: Interference, Diffraction, polarization, Fiber optics, Lasers and holography.
- Electrostatics and Electrodynamics: Maxwellâ€™s equations in differential form, concept of vector potential and gauge, wave propagation in free space and dielectric media, Poynting theorem.
- Special Theory of Relativity: Inertial frames, Michelson Morley experiment, Lorentz transformation, Mass energy relation.
- Quantum Mechanics: Compton effect, Born concept, Postulates of quantum mechanics, particle in a box, potential barrier and tunneling.
- Crystallography and Solid State: Crystalline and amorphous solids, Miller indices, Braggâ€™s law and Laue method, Free electron theory, Brillouin zone and reciprocal lattice, Magnetic materials, Superconductivity and applications.
- Nuclear Physics: Radioactivity, Nuclear reactions, Fission and Fusion, Liquid drop model, Particle accelerator, Standard model of particle physics.

Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The course is modeled after the Engineering Physics curriculum recommended by AICTE. The course consists of several basic areas of physics with emphasis on applications of principles of physics.

The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

#### 46. Technical Communication - For Teachers - 30 Nov - 05 Dec 2015

Participation

Prof. P Sunthar - (Coordinator), Chemical Engineering

Remote Centers : 118Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

Scientific method and its relationship to technical communication

Listening and note taking

Reading skills and summarising

Writing skills: methods, organisation, summary

Presentation skills: slide content, non-verbal

Interview and Group Discussion skills

Ethics

Gender and cultural issues

Internet communication

#### 47. Engineering Physics - For Teachers - 08 Dec - 18 Dec 2015

Participation

Prof. Shiva Prasad - Department Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Prof. Dipan K. Ghosh - Department Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Prof. K.G.Suresh - Department Of Physics, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 136Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**The course is modeled after the Engineering Physics curriculum recommended by AICTE. The course consists of several basic areas of physics with emphasis on applications of principles of physics.

The topics to be covered in this STTP include:

1. Optics: Interference, Diffraction, polarization, Fiber optics, Lasers and holography.

2. Electrostatics and Electrodynamics: Maxwellâ€™s equations in differential form, concept of vector potential and gauge, wave propagation in free space and dielectric media, Poynting theorem.

3. Special Theory of Relativity: Inertial frames, Michelson Morley experiment, Lorentz transformation, Mass energy relation.

4. Quantum Mechanics: Compton effect, Born concept, Postulates of quantum mechanics, particle in a box, potential barrier and tunneling.

5. Crystallography and Solid State: Crystalline and amorphous solids, Miller indices, Braggâ€™s law and Laue method, Free electron theory, Brillouin zone and reciprocal lattice, Magnetic materials, Superconductivity and applications.

6. Nuclear Physics: Radioactivity, Nuclear reactions, Fission and Fusion, Liquid drop model, Particle accelerator, Standard model of particle physics.

#### 48. Use Of ICT In Education For Online And Blended Learning - For Teachers - 02 May - 10 Jul 2016

Participation

Prof. Deepak B. Phatak - Dept. Of CSE, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sridhar Iyer - Dept. Of CSE, IIT Bombay

Prof. Uday N. Gaitonde - Dept. Of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay

Prof. Sahana Murthy, - Dept. Of ET, IIT Bombay

Remote Centers : 125Course Objective **Course Brochure****Participation Statistics and RCs Details**Objective:**Module 1. Devices for information capture, storage, and display****Module 2. The world of Internet and Web****Module 3. Evolution and Spread of ICT in Education.****Module 4. Using ICT for Effective Educational Communication**

Module 5. Online Courses**Module 6. Blended/Hybrid Education****Module 7. Adopting online/blended education in teaching-learning process****Module 8. Building and Nurturing Collaborative Communities**