MOOC Courses from IISc Faculty

  1. Design and Simulation of DC-DC converters using open source tools – Prof L. Umanand
  2. Atomic and Molecular Absorption Spectrometry for Pollution Monitoring – Dr. J R Mudakavi
  3. Biomaterials for bone tissue engineering applications     – Prof Bikramjit Basu
  4. Principles and Applications of NMR Spectroscopy – Prof H S Atreya
  5. Heat Transfer and Combustion in Multiphase Systems     – Prof Saptarshi Basu
  6. Variational Methods in Mechanics     –
  7. Linear Algebra     – Prof Dilip Patil
  8. Transport Processes I : Heat and Mass Transfer     – Prof V Kumaran
  9. Compliant Mechanisms : Principles and Design                            –
  10. Design of Photovoltaic Systems                                                    – Prof L Umanand
  11. Combustion in Air Breathing Aero Engines                                 – Prof Swetaprovo Chaudhuri
  12. Enclosure design of electronic equipments                               – Prof N V Chalapathi Rao
  13. Advances in UHV Transmission and Distribution                     –  Dr Subba Reddy
  14. Design for Internet of Things                                                   – Dr. T V Prabhakar
  15. Photonic Integrated Circuits                                                    –  Prof T Srinivas
  16. Trace and ultra trace analysis of metals using atomic absorption spectrometry – Dr. J R  Mudakavi
  17. Inductive couple Plasma Atomic Emmision Spectrometry (ICP-AES) for Pollution Monitoring                                                                            – Dr. J R  Mudakavi
  1. Electronics Enclosures Thermal Issues                                      – Prof N V Chalapathi Rao
  2. Iron Making                                                                           – Prof Govind s Gupta
  3. Mathematical Methods and Techniques in Signal Processing     – Prof Shayan Srinivasa Garani
  4. Convective Heat Transfer                                                        – Prof Saptarshi Basu
  5. Integrated Circuits , MOSFETs, Op-Amps and their Application – Prof. Hardik Jeetendra Pandya