Amal Jyothi college of engineering has a strong focus on both national and internationally leading research activity, all maintaining a strong commercial focus in both pure and applied disciplines. Computing and Intelligent Systems (CIS) is the newest Research centre at AmalJyothi College of Engineering. Set up in 2012, CIS brings together different departments at Amal Jyothi College of Engineering and aims to encourage interdisciplinary research, improve the scope of the student experience and encourage partnerships between academia and commerce. The centre is welcome to any new enquiries from potential students regarding research opportunities within the centre.
Dr. Biju John
Centre for Advanced Computing and Emerging Information Technologies (AceIT)
In order to foster qualitative education and research Amal jyothi collaborates with two other main partners CODIS – Kingston University London, ISEEC to form the centre. AceIT was created to integrate and enhance research excellence. By applying high quality academic research to the solution of real industrial problems, the centre aims to strengthen its external links with industry and academic institutions.
Professor Biju John is a principal investigator in the Research centre of AceIT (Centre for Advanced Computing and Emerging Information Technologies) Professor John’s doctoral research examined the theory and practical applications of semantic technologies to the enterprise computing. His work generated several research interests, topics and publications on the practicality of artificial intelligence and semantic technologies in business applications. Dr. Biju John is also the co-founder and president of ISEEC London, a scientific society which developed out of his doctoral work.
His current interests have focused on semantic applications in various business and organisational scenarios, ontology structures development, service engineering processing, nano technology and simulation and theory.
2. Prof Souheil Khaddaj, Kingston University – London, Visiting Professor.
Prof Khaddaj is a leading international figure in the area of distributed software engineering and service oriented technologies such as Cloud Computing and SOA. He is leading the Component & Distributed Systems Research Group (CODIS) at Kingston University London. In his capacity as a visiting professor at Amal Jyothi College of Engineering will act as an International Research Adviser.
3. Dr Bippin Makoond, Cognizant Europe
4. Dr Haifa Siadni Ariss, Lebanese American University
5. Dr .S.Britto Ramesh Kumar, St. Joseph’s College, Trichy
6. Prof. Manoj T. Joy, M.Tech (Network Commn.), Professor & HOD
7. Prof. Ms. Sandhya Ramakrishnan, M.Tech (Comp. & Inf. Sc.)
8. Asst. Prof. Shiju George, MS (Softare Syst.)
9. Asst. Prof. Ms. Sumy Joseph, M.Tech (Software Engg.)