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Welcome to ZEN Lab

Zero Energy Networks (ZEN) Laboratory is housed in the Department of Electronics Systems Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
We work on building embedded electronic systems for IoT applications pertaining to Aeroplane cabin monitoring, Healthcare, Smart homes, Intelligent Transport, Industrial Automation, Cognitive Jewellery, Automated Surveillance, and Indoor positioning systems.

Research Areas

Energy harvesting entities capture small amounts of energy over a long time from several sources such as Solar, Temperature differential, Vibration, RF power, Wind etc
Tactile Internet enables accessibility of moving virtual objects at real time interaction speed.
In Zen lab, we work on a wide range of research areas within Communication etc. The emphasis is on designing ultra-low power systems and algorithms,
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Ongoing Projects
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Finished Projects
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Our Team

T V Prabhakar

T V Prabhakar

Chandramani Singh

Chandramani Singh

Joy Kuri

Joy Kuri

NPTEL Online Courses

A high level view of IOTs, design of smart objects that provide collaboration and ubiquitous services will be explored. Design for longevity/energy efficiency will be highlighted.
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A selected set of applications for the IoT world are introduced. In our topic on first responder networks, we attempt to build a system to detect human life under a building debris.
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