Research Centers

Admission Query

Energy is the key factor for the growth of any country. Per capita energy consumption is the significance of the progress of any nation. With the increasing environmental impacts and continuously diminishing the primary sources, world community is searching the way to shift towards sustainable energy sources. Recently the penetration of photovoltaic systems has increased to generate the electricity. In view of the contribution by future engineers, the department has established solar energy centre in year 2015 to align with the government target to produce 100 GW electricity from solar energy. This lab is equipped with several latest experimental setups like PV Grid Tied System, PV emulator, Energy Audit kit, PV Training system and other solar based applications. In this laboratory, we frequently organize academic activities on present scenario and future trends. Few photographs can be viewed.

Mission and Vision

Solar Energy Research Centre was established in year 2016. It has broad perspective to serve requirement of researchers, post graduate and undergraduates. Its main objective is to contribute in development of smart solar thermal systems which can serve the need of growing demand of clean energy. This centre also providing platform to execute interdisciplinary projects involving students of electronics, electrical, physics and materials engineering.

SERC provides facility to perform following experiments:

I. Nano-Solar research apparatus: This is highly advanced system can be used for performance analysis of flat plate solar collectors using nanofluids.
Achievemts:  one PhD completed, two M.Tech and 6 undergraduate projects. 4 SCI Journal of high impact factor published with the help of this apparatus.

II. PV/T photovoltaic thermal system with artificial solar simulator. This is very advanced system. It can be used in indoor and outdoor testing of solar energy absorption efficiency of system. Presently 4 B.Tech projects are running, 2 completed.

III. Solar energy storage system using phase changing materials: This system is highly useful in storing energy of solar heating system. System uses phase changing materials for energy storage and release.
Achievements : useful for advanced research.
I. Paper presented in International conference at IIT Roorkee 2017. “Application of Nanofluids in thermal Energy storage system” presented by Abhishek  Awasthi, Abhishek Sharma and Mehtab Alam.
Two students are pursuing PhD in this field.

IV. Parabolic Trough Collector (PTC) (a) single axis (b) double axis: These are state of art apparatus which are incorporated with automatic and manual control Sun tracking device to maximize solar energy absorption at all time. Research work at undergraduate and doctoral is going on with full vigor.
Centre also intends to provide solar energy testing and auditing facility for industry needs.

V. Solar air heating system for drying of agri-products and space heating:

Achievement: This innovative project successfully designed by graduate students: 2018. In this area lot of opportunities of research still require. SERC certainly address in this area authentically.
Future planning and expansion :  from new session 2018-19, SERC will run 1- credit course for undergraduate students. Course is designed to fulfill needs of engineering graduates and infill technological and engineering skill to design and operate smart system based on solar energy.

Centre will be equipped with state of art testing system of solar cell and basic solar cell design and testing facility, 24x7 weather station, pyranometer and Pyrheliometer and all measuring equipments computing facility required for SERC.

Centre Incharge
Dr. Sujit Kr. Verma
Associate Prof. Deptt. Of ME
GLA University, Mathura, India-281406

Technical Assistant
Mr. Neeraj Upadhyay

(a)  Brief write up on the Lab/Group:

Nanotechnology is recognized as including promising new techniques that overcome the limitations posed by the conventional ones. There is plenty of nanotechnology applications currently in use today, such as the composition of ultra-high functional materials, ultrafine fabrication, single-molecular measurement, and single-molecular operation. It was under these circumstances that the High-Tech Research Center was drawn up in the 2015 academic year with the goal of developing highly functional nano materials and researching micro-nano mechatronics devices. To achieve these research goals, we established the Micro-Nano Development Research Center (MNDRC). Through this approach, we have been successful in achieving our original goals.

(b) Major Equipments:

(ii)  HP 400G2MT
  TOTAL 11

(c) Software:


(d) Projects completed & ongoing in the Lab-UG, PG & Ph.D:


Session Title Guide
2018-19 To Calculate MRR and tool wear using copper electrode and steel work piece Mr. Kuwar Mausam
To development of die of connecting rod and chess piece Mr. Kuwar Mausam
To Calculate MRR  using tungstun electrode and steel work piece Mr. Ravindra Pratap
To Calculate MRR  using copper electrode and steel workpiece Mr. Vikas Sharma
Photo thermal analysis of FPSC using nanofluid Dr. sujit kr verma
Mechanical characterization of carboxyl Acid functionalized with Graphene Mr. Pradeep kumar singh
2016-17 The Effect of Nano Fluid on Heat Transfer Performane of Plate Heat Exchanger (PHE) Mr. Vikas Kumar
Optimize of process parameters of titanium by using EDM Machine Mr. Avdhesh Sharma
synthesis and dynamix mechanical analysis of hybrid reinformed polymer composites Mr. Alok Soni
Tribological & Mechanical Analysis of Fish's Fins Reinforced With Epoxy Mr. Pradeep Kumar Singh
Development of Multinome point EDM Electrode for Metallic Material Using Optimization Techniques and optimization of process parameter Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Mechanical Characterization of Amine Functionalised Graphene Epoxy Composite Dr. Kamal Sharma
2015-16 The Effect of using Nano particle on corrugated plate heat exchanger performance Dr. Arun Kumar Tiwari
Analysis of composite flywheel Prof. Kamal Sharma
Comparative investigation of mechanical properties of metal and plastic Based composite with impact of wood dust Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Investigation of process parameter of EDM for carbon fibre material using teaching learning approach Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Investigation of optimum process parameter of EDM for Ti6Al4V using ANN Approach Mr. Pradeep Kumar Singh
Particle size analysis and mechanical characterization of reinforced epoxy polymer Mr. Pankaj Sonia


Session Title Guide
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Dr. Vijay Kumar Dwivedi


Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Mechanical and Visco-elastic Performance
of Defect Free and Defective Carbon Nanotubes and their Composites
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Evaluation and Prediction of the Mechanical Properties of High-Density
Polyethylene Grade P5300 using Molecular Dynamics
Dr. Vijay Kumar Dwivedi
2015 Modeling and Experimental Analysis of Visco-elastic Behaviour of
Alumina Nanorods Reinforced Epoxy composite
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Experimental Analysis and Optimization of Thermo Mechanical
Properties of Three Phase Carbon Fiber Epoxy Nanocomposites
Dr. Kamal Sharma


Session Title Guide
2018 Amine Functionalized Graphene Epoxy Nanocomposites: Simulation & Characterization Dr. Kamal Sharma

(e) List of Publications:

(1) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Molecular dynamics simulation of influence of amine functionalization on interfacial bonding characteristics of multi-walled carbon nanotube epoxy composites. Computational Materials Science, 2015 vol 99, pp. 232-241. SCI Journal Impact Factor – 1.974.

(2) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Processing, characterization, and modeling of amine functionalized carbon nanotubes incorporated carbon fiber/epoxy composites. Journal of Nanomaterials,vol. 2014, pp. 1-10. SCI Journal, Impact Factor – 1.574.

(3) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Processing, characterization and modeling of multiscale three phase functionalized carbon nanotube-epoxy-carbon fiber composites. Computational Materials Science, (Under review). SCI Journal Impact Factor – 1.974.

(4) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Molecular modeling of mechanical behavior of amine functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes/epoxy composites. New Carbon Materials 2014 vol 29 (2), pp132-142. SCI Journal, Impact Factor – 0.98.

(5) Sharma K and Shukla M, Experimental Study of Mechanical Properties of Multi-scale Carbon fiber-Epoxy-CNT composites by, Advanced Materials Research Journal (ISSN: 1022-6680) pp.2723-2728.

(6) Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma, "Mechanical and Viscoelastic Properties of In-situ Amine Functionalized Multiple Layer Grpahene /epoxy Nanocomposites" Current Nanoscience (SCI), Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 252-262, 2018.

(7) Anurag Yadav; Amit Kumar; Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma, "Glass transition temperature of functionalized graphene epoxy composites using molecular dynamics simulation" Integrated Ferroelectrics (SCI), Vol. 186, Issue 1, pp. 106-114, 2018.

(8) Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma; Amit Kumar; Mukul Shukla, "Effects of Functionalization on the mechanical properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: A molecular dynamics approach, "Journal of Composite Materials (SCI), Vol. 51, Issue 5, pp. 671-680,2016/2017.

(9) "Mausam Kuwar, Sharma Kamal "Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Novel Properties of Defect Full Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes" in International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, ISSN 2319 – 4847, Volume 2, Issue 2, February 2013.

(10) Mohit Tiwari, Kuwar Mausam, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Experimental Analysis of Electro-Discharge Machining Parameters for Minimum Tool Wear Rate on Machinability of Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Composites Using Taguchi Method", International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 2 Issue 10, October – 2013 pp. 3182-3188.

(11) Kuwar Mausam, Mohit Tiwari, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Process Parameter Optimization for Maximum Material Removal Rate in High Speed Electro-Discharge Machining", International Symposium on Engineering and Technology, 9-10 January, 2014 organized by KJEI's Trinity College of Engineering and Research, Pune. ", International Journal of Current Engineering & Technology ,(ISSN: 2277-4106, 2013 pp. 239-244).

(12) Mohit Tiwari, Kuwar Mausam, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Investigate the Optimal Combination of Process Parameters by Using a Grey Relational Analysis", Procedia Materials Science 5 ( 2014 ) 1736 – 1744.

(13) Kanishka Sen Kaushalyayan, Kamal Sharma, Kuwar Mausam, "Effect Of Amino Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes On Thermal Mechanical Properties Of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube/Epoxy Composite", Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015, pp. 2790-2793.

(14) Payal Sharma, Pankaj Sonia, Kamal Sharma, Kuwar Mausam, "Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Alumina Nanorods" Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015, pp. 2833-2835.

(15) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, M. Tripathi. An evaluative observation on impact of optical properties of nanofluids in performance of photo-thermal concentrating systems. Solar Energy. 176 (2018) 709-24. ( SCI Elsevier:Impact Factor:4.37

(16) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, D.S. Chauhan. Experimental evaluation of flat plate solar collector using nanofluids. Energy Conversion and Management. 134 (2017) 103-15. (SCI Elsevier: Impact Factor:6.377, Citations 37)

(17) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, D.S. Chauhan. Performance augmentation in flat plate solar collector using MgO/water nanofluid. Energy Conversion and Management. 124 (2016) 607-17.(SCI -Elsevier: Impact Factor:6.377, Citations 25)

(18) Investigation of Thermal Efficiency and Depth of Penetration during GTAW Process

(19) Precipitation Behaviour of Microalloyed Steel During Hot Deformation

Bentley's Centre of Excellence: Around the world, engineers and architects, constructors and owner-operators are using Bentley's software solutions to accelerate project delivery and improve asset performance for the infrastructure that sustains our economy and our environment. Together, we are advancing infrastructure.

In collaboration with US-based Bentley Institute, GLA University has featured its own 'Centre of Excellence at Department of Civil Engineering to deliver the experts knowledge of latest techniques of Civil Engineering to its Civil Engineering students. Here, we are having many licensed software such as BIM, Sewer Gems etc. to smoothen and pace the deliverance of digital transformation.

Department of Computer Engineering and Applications (CEA)

Two research center/lab, are established in the department of CEA, with the aim to support research activities among students and faculty members. It works with an "open access policy" (i.e. the resources are available for all the faculty members and students across the university). Currently, the department of CEA holds two research centre/lab to promote research in the following promising areas of technology.

(i) Computer Vision and Image Processing

(ii) Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning

(iii) Information Retrieval

(iv) Network and Information Security

(v) Software Engineering

(vi) Data Analytics

(vii) Cloud Computing

(viii) Computer Network

(ix) Data Mining

(x) Signal Processing

The following two research center/lab have been established to conduct the research in the above mentioned fields.

(A) Centre-1: Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems (CVIS)

The CVIS is established to conduct the research related to computer vision and image processing. The main purpose of CVIS is to promote the Deep Learning based solutions for societal issues. The CVIS is equipped with the machines with following specifications.

S.No. Machine Nos. Specification RAM Tools
1. GPU 1 Intel Xeon® GOLD-5222 128 GB Python, OpenCv
2. Workstation 1 Inetl Xeon® E3-1240 V5 32 GB Python, OpenCv
3. Desktop Systems 8 Intel Core i5, 8th Generation 8 GB Python, OpenCv

(B) Center-2: Research Lab (RL)

The RL is established to conduct basic research activities from identification of problem statements to their solutions using basic technological approaches. The RL holds the following machines with specified tools and technology.

S.No. Machine Nos. Specification RAM Tools
1. Desktop Systems 22 Intel Core i5, 8th Generation 8 GB Python, OpenCV

The research centre/lab have been established with the following objectives:

(i) To organize workshops on the use and application of various tools and latest technologies for students, teachers and personnel from other laboratories, universities and industries.

(ii) To provide facilities to researcher's and other users from academic institutes to carry out research and development work.

(iii) It offers the researcher exploring new dimensions in various areas of science and technology.

Available Experts:

The following experts in the different fields are available in the department to facilitate the students to smoothly conduct their research.

S.No. Faculty Area of Expertise
1 Prof. Charul Bhatnagar Computer Vision
2 Prof. Anand Singh Jalal Image Processing, Machine Learning
3 Prof. Ashish Sharma Software Engineering, Cloud Computing
4 Prof. Diwakar Bhardwaj Mobile Adhoc Network
5 Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma Information Retrieval, Data Analytics
6 Prof. Manoj Kumar Computer Vision
7 Dr. Anant Ram Mobile Adhoc Network
8 Dr. Hitendra Garg Image Processing
9 Dr. Suresh C.Raikwar Computer Vision Image Processing
10. Dr. Ashish Sharma Data Mining
11. Dr. Manish Raj Robotics, machine learning

Projects undertaken

S.N. Title Principal Investigator Agency Status
1. Identification of unreliability and fakeness in social media posts Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma Council of science and technology, UP, India Ongoing
2. Automatic recognition of Indian Sign Language Prof. Anand Singh Jalal Computer Society of India Completed

LabVIEW system design software provides engineers and scientists with the tools they need to create and deploy measurement and control systems. The heart of the NI education platform, LabVIEW helps students, teachers and researchers to build a wide range of applications in dramatically less time. It is the premier development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. It offers a graphical programming approach that helps you to visualize every aspect of application, including hardware configuration, measurement data and debugging.

Achievements: One ongoing project title “Design and Analysis of Decoupled Servo and Regulatory actions for nonlinear systems” funded by GLA University Mathura, of Rupees six lakhs only for 24 months.

Faculty In-charge:
Dr. Vishal Goyal, Professor, ECE Dept.
Mr. Jitendra Kumar, Assistant Professor, ECE Dept.

Texas instrument innovation centre is established in the dept. to provide the knowledge and training in Robotics advance control and IOT. Along with hardware training kit, the training on MATLAB software is also provided. After training student may be capable to design MATLAB software-based projects (mainly in communication tool box) and small projects based on IOT and Robotics.

Faculty In-charge:
Dr. Aasheesh Shukla, Associate Professor, ECE Dept.
Mr. Divesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, ECE Dept.

"Center for Cow Science and Research" is a research Centre dedicated to undertake 'Indigenous Cows Centric' basic, applied & adaptive research on all aspects of production, reproduction & amp; health care. We have committed to improvement, conservation and promotion of native germ-plasm of cows. We are also studying the molecular and genetic epidemiology of various infectious diseases like Johne's disease (JD), Brucellosis, Mastitis, Foot and Mouth disease, etc in cows and other ruminants. We are screening the animal population to identify the breeds and genetic lines of animals (dams and sires) resistant/ susceptible to diseases which help in conservation of the precious breeds and save them from extinction. We are also screening the human population for Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) infection suspected for Crohn's disease (CD) and other auto immune disorders like Diabetes, Arthritis, Thyroid disorder, etc. Our main focus is to reduce the animal and human infections by reducing the contamination of milk, water, pastures and environment.

Contact Us

Solar Energy Research Centre (I)

Dr. Sanjay Maurya
Prof & Head,
Department of Electrical Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Dr. Subhash Chandra
Assistant Professor,
Department of Electrical Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Micro-Nano Development Research Centre

Dr. Pradeep Kumar Singh
Assistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Bentley Excellence Centre

Dr. Sudhir Goyal
Prof & Head,
Department of Civil Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Dr. Nakul Gupta
Assistant HOD & Asst Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Centre for Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems (CVIS)

Dr. A. K. Jalal
Prof & Head,
Department of Computer Engineering & Applications
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Dr. Suresh K. Raikwar
Associate Professor
Department of Computer Engineering & Applications
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

LabVIEW Academy

Dr. Vishal Goyal
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Mr. Jitendra Kumar
Assistant Professor,
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Texas Instrument Innovation Centre

Dr. Aasheesh Shukla
Associate Professor,
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Mr. Divesh Kumar
Assistant Professor,
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Institute of Engineering & Technology,
GLA University, Mathura

Centre for Cow & Research

Dr. Shoorvir Singh
Prof & Head,
Department of Biotechnology,
Institute of Applied Science & Humanities,
GLA University, Mathura

Dr. Kundan Kumar Chubey
Assistant Professor-Research
Department of Biotechnology,
Institute of Applied Science & Humanities,
GLA University, Mathura