Dr. Tusar Kanti Dash

Associate Professor & HOD

HOD’s Message

Welcome to the Department of ECE, CGU-Odisha. Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, and application of electronic devices and communication systems, digital signal processing, and antenna engineering. The Department of ECE was established in the year 1997 to produce world-class Engineers and Researchers in the field of Communication Engineering, Electronics System designing, Embedded & IoT, Signal Processing, Image Processing, and Robotics. The department made progressive strides during the last two decades for its best practices in teaching-learning, Industry relevant courses, R&D activities, and student placement. The department’s faculty members are well-versed in cutting-edge research fields like AI-ML, VLSI, IoT, Cyber Security, Industry 4.0, Health informatics, 5G, and beyond. The research projects of the faculty members are still ongoing, and they are publishing their research in highly cited reputed international journals with SCI indexing. The department takes an active role in planning numerous seminars and workshops to advance staff and student research knowledge. With the assistance of knowledgeable staff and the department’s readily available standard research lab facilities, our department’s students are also strongly encouraged to put their original research ideas into practice. Using these ideas, the students have won several accolades at the national and international levels including world skills competitions, and Smart India Hackathons.

Currently, the department is offering two UG programs including B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering, and B.Tech in Computer & Electronics Engineering. One PG program M.Tech in Signal Processing & Communication, and Ph.D. in Signal Processing, Image, and Video Processing, VLSI and Communication Engineering, Audio Signal Processing, AI-ML, Health Informatics, IoT, 5G and beyond, industry 4.0. The department also has three Centres of Excellence including the Robotics Centre of Excellence, PCB & Circuit Design-System Centre of Excellence, and the VLSI-FPGA Centre of Excellence. ECE students have a wide range of placement opportunities in various industries, including telecommunications, aerospace, healthcare, government agencies, and many others. The job profiles include Electronics Engineer, Communications Engineer, Signal Processing Engineer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Control Systems Engineer, and RF Engineer.

About Department

The Electronics & Communication Engineering Department at CV Raman Global University, Bhubaneswar, is dedicated to provide world-class education in the field of electronics and communication engineering. Our department is committed to nurture and develop future leaders in this field, who will go on to create innovative solutions and push the boundaries of technology. Our faculty members are highly qualified and experienced, with expertise in various areas of electronics and communication engineering, including wireless communication, digital signal processing, embedded systems, and more. They bring their knowledge and expertise to the classroom, and our students benefit from their guidance and mentorship. Our department is equipped with state-of-the-art labs and facilities, which enable our students to work on cutting-edge research projects and develop innovative solutions to real-world problems. We encourage our students to participate in research activities, and we provide them with the resources and support they need to succeed. We are committed to providing our students with a supportive and inclusive learning environment, where they can thrive academically and personally. We encourage our students to participate in extracurricular activities, such as clubs and societies, to develop their leadership skills and build a sense of community.


  • To be one of the global leaders in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering by imparting quality
    education, developing highly skilled manpower resources & building the culture of research and development
    for the benefit of mankind.


  • To impart knowledge required for recent and advanced engineering &
    technology process.
  • To expose its students with a multidisciplinary technology spectrum in order to prepare them for diverse and competitive career paths.
  • To develop innovative & simple instructional materials to drive the concepts into the minds of students.
  • To promote research culture by infusing scientific temper in the students and guiding them towards R&D activities.
  • To empower practicing engineers with the state-of-art technology to meet
    the growing challenges of the industry.

Program Educational Objectives Statements

  • Graduates will apply their fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering concepts for the development of engineering system. (Fundamental Knowledge)
  • Graduates will adapt with current industry accepted electronics technologies to analyse,
    design,implement, test and verify high performance systems and provide solutions to the existing real world problems. (Competency for Real World)
  • Graduates will be able to use appropriate skill sets and its applications towards social impacts of communication Engineering technologies in the career related activities. (Professional Skill).
  • Graduates will be successful leaders by promoting team work and effective communication skills to students (team and communication skill) ensuring practices in soft skill. (IT and Communicative English).
  • Graduates will become successful professionals such as engineers, managers, scientists,researchers, innovators or entrepreneurs meeting global industrial requirements to make substantial contribution to the society. (Societal Contribution).



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1Access resourcesAccess resources
S. No.NameQualificationDesignationDate of JoiningNature of Association
1Prof. (Dr.) Ganapati PandaPh.D.Professor14-07-2017Regular
2Prof. (Dr.) Priyadarshi KanungoPh.D.Professor16-07-2001Regular
3Dr. Tusar Kanti DashPh.D.Associate Professor16-12-2017Regular
4Dr. Smita Rani ParijaPh.D.Associate Professor10-07-2017Regular
5Dr. Soumya MishraPh.D.Associate Professor01-08-2011Regular
6Dr. Debashis PandaPh.D.Associate Professor01-01-2021Regular
7Dr. Kaushik BhattacharyyaPh.D.Associate Professor18-10-2021Regular
8Dr. Ajay Kumar YadavPh.D.Assistant Professor14-01-2021Regular
9Dr. Sanjeet Kumar SubudhiPh.D.Assistant Professor21-01-2020Regular
10Dr. M.Z. LazarusPh.D.Assistant Professor22-01-2020Regular
11Jagannath Dayal PradhanM.TechAssistant Professor22-07-2008Regular
12Tapaswini PattanaikM.TechAssistant Professor20-07-2006Regular
13Barnali BrahmaM.TechAssistant Professor02-07-2019Regular
14Santosh Kumar MohapatraM.TechAssistant Professor09-07-2019Regular
15Anoop Kumar PipersahaniyanM.TechAssistant Professor14-06-2017Regular
16Seli MohapatraM.TechAssistant Professor15-07-2006Regular
17Rupali BalabantarayM.TechAssistant Professor18-08-2009Regular
18Debasis BeheraM.TechAssistant Professor01-08-2011Regular
19Asutosh PattanaikM.TechAssistant Professor12-10-2011Regular

Sl No.Principal InvestigatorCo-Principal InvestigatorName of Funding AgencyProject TopicSanction Order NoDuration
1Dr. Tusar Kanti DashDr. Nandini SahuIIT Kharagpur AI4ICPS I-Hub Foundation,DST, Ministry of Science and Technology,
Govt. of India
Applications of Speech Processing in Smart AgriculturePID AR-051-2242023-2024
2Dr. Tusar Kanti DashDr. Ajay Kumar Yadav, Prof.Ganapati Panda & Dr.Chinmay ChakrabortyIndian Council of Social Science Research,Ministry of Education, Govt.of IndiaNEP-2020 Implementation using AI-ML TechniquesCRP-2023-12422023-2024
3Dr. Swati Swayamsidhha
Prof. Ganapati PandaScience and Engineering Research Board,DST, Govt. of India
Dynamic Spectrum Allocation in Cognitive RadioSPG/2021/0017652021-2024
4Dr. Debashis Panda
Dr. A.RoychowdhuryScience and Engineering Research Board,DST, Govt. of India
Flexible Memristorbased Synapses:towards an adaptive,low-power Neuroprosthesis

Journal Papers

  • Ghanem, S., Kanungo, P., Panda, G. et al. An improved and low-complexity neural network model for curved lane detection of autonomous driving system. Soft Comput 27, 493–504 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00500-021-05815-0
  • Kar, T., Kanungo, P. A gradient based dual detection model for shot boundary detection. Multimed Tools Appl 82, 8489–8506 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-022-13547-y
  • Tusar Kanti Dash, C Chakraborty, S Mahapatra, Ganapati Panda, “MitigatingInformation Interruptions by COVID-19 Face Masks: A Three-Stage SpeechEnhancement Scheme” IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems (Oct-2022) , Impact Factor – 4.74 DOI-10.1109/TCSS.2022.3210988
  • Tusar Kanti Dash, C Chakraborty, S Mahapatra, Ganapati Panda, “Gradient Boosting Machine and efficient combination of features for speech-based detection of COVID-19” IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (retitled from the IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine) Vol. 26 (11), pp- 5364 – 5371, (Aug-2022), Impact Factor – 7.02 DOI – 10.1109/JBHI.2022.3197910
  • Soumya Mishra, Tusar Kanti Dash, Ganapati Panda, “Speech Phoneme and Spectral Smearing based Non-invasive COVID-19 Detection”, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 273, (2023) https://doi.org/10.3389/frai.2022.1035805 (ESCI / Scopus Indexed Journal)
  • Mani Kant Kumar, Tusar Kanti Dash, “Hankel Norm Performance of 2D Filters Described by Roesser Model with Overflow Arithmetic”, Taylor & Francis- Australian Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2023) (Scopus Indexed Journal), https://doi.org/10.1080/1448837X.2023.2167266
  • Dash, Shaswati, Rajesh Kumar Tripathy, Dinesh Kumar Dash, Ganapati Panda, and Ram Bilas Pachori. "Multiscale Domain Gradient Boosting Models for the Automated Recognition of Imagined Vowels Using Multichannel EEG Signals." IEEE Sensors Letters 6, no. 11 (2022): 1-4. Impact Factor – 3.6, DOI : 10.1109/LSENS.2022.3218312
  • Rath, Adyasha, Debahuti Mishra, Ganapati Panda, Suresh Chandra Satapathy, and Kaijian Xia. "Improved heart disease detection from ECG signal using deep learning based ensemble model." Springer – Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems 35 (2022): 100732. Impact factor – 4.9 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.suscom.2022.100732
  • Ghosh, Samit Kumar, R. N. Ponnalagu, Rajesh Kumar Tripathy, Ganapati Panda, and Ram Bilas Pachori. Automated Heart Sound Activity Detection from PCG Signal Using
    Time–Frequency-Domain Deep Neural Network." IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 71 (2022): 1-10. Impact factor 5.310.1109/TIM.2022.3192257
  • Rath, Adyasha, Debahuti Mishra, Ganapati Panda, and Madhumita Pal. "Development and assessment of machine learning based heart disease detection using imbalanced heart sound signal. Elsevier-Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 76 (2022): 103730. Impact factor 5.07 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bspc.2022.103730
  • Ghanem, S., Kanungo, P., Panda, G. et al. An improved and low-complexity neural network for curved lane detection of autonomous driving system. Soft Computing 27, 493–504 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00500-021-05815-0
  • Seli Mohapatra, Prafulla Kumar Behera, Prabodh Kumar Sahoo, Manoj Kumar Ojha, Chetan Swarup, Kamred Udham Singh, Saroj Kumar Pandey, Ankit Kumar, and Anjali Goswami. Modified Ring Routing Protocol for Mobile Sinks in a Dynamic Sensor Network in Smart Monitoring Applications. Electronics 12, no. 2 (2023): 281.Impact factor 2.690 DOI:https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics12020281
  • Seli Mohapatra, Prafulla Kumar Behera, Prabodh Kumar Sahoo , S. K. Bisoy, K. L. Hui and M. Sain, Mobility Induced Multi-Hop LEACH Protocol in Heterogeneous Mobile Network, in IEEE Access, vol. 10, pp. 132895-132907, 2022, Impact Factor: 3.476 doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3228576.
  • Sahoo, Pritam Keshari, and Ajay Kumar Yadav. Impact of misalignment parameter on performance of free-space optical communication system.; Optical and Quantum Electronics 55, no. 2, pp.1-9, 2022. Impact Factor-2.79, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11082-022-04438-5
  • Bhattarai, Sagar, Asya Mhamdi, Ismail Hossain, Yassine Raoui, Rahul Pandey, Jaya Madan, Abdelaziz Bouazizi, Madhusudan Maiti, Dipankar Gogoi, and Arvind Sharma. A detailed review of perovskite solar cells: Introduction, working principle, modelling, fabrication techniques, future challenges.  Micro and Nanostructures (2022), Elsevier,: Volume 172, December 2022, 207450, IF: 3.22 (2021),
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.micrna.2022.207450
  • Dibyendu Chowdhury, Bishnu Prasad De, Suddhendu Das Mahapatra, Madhusudan Maiti, Rajib Kar, and Durbadal Mandal. Optimisation of sub-threshold and saturation parameters of gate stack double gate (GSDG) MOSFET using Moth-Flame optimization algorithm. Materials Today: Proceedings , Elsevier, Volume 79, Part 2, 2023, Pages 308-315. Cite Score 2.3, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2022.11.378
  • Bhattarai, Sagar, Ismail Hossain, Madhusudan Maiti, Rahul Pandey, and Jaya Madan. Performance analysis and optimization of all-inorganic CsPbI3-based perovskite solar cell. Indian Journal of Physics (2023): Springer, 28 January 2023, 1- 9., IF- 1.778, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12648 023-02597-z
  • D. Panda,* Y-F. Hui and T-Y. Tseng, “Diffusion Limiting Layer Induced Tantalum Oxide Based Memristor as Nociceptor”, Materials Today Electronics, Materials today, Vol-3, pp-100031, (March 2023), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtelec.2023.100031
  • Srikant Kumar Mohanty, Debashis Panda, K. Poshan Kumar Reddy, Po-Tsung Lee, Chien-Hung Wu, and Kow-Ming Chang; “Uniform Resistive Switching and Highly Stable Synaptic Characteristics of HfOx Sandwiched TaOx-Based Memristor for Neuromorphic System”, Ceramic International, Elsevier, Vol.-49, pp.-16909, (Feb. 2023) (Impact Factor- 5.532), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ceramint.2023.02.052
  • P-X. Chen, D. Panda,* and T-Y. Tseng, “All Oxide Based Flexible Multi‐Folded Invisible Synapse as Vision Photo‐receptor”, Scientific Report, Natute Publishing Group, Vol.-13(1), pp.-1454, (Jan. 2023) (IF-4.996), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-023-28505-3
  • Controlling Diffusion Dynamics with Electrode Engineering for Stable and Reliable Resistive Switching in AlN/Ag-Based CBRAM. Impact Factor: 2.5286, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2023.05.497

Conference papers

  • I. Padhy, P. Kanungo and S. Sahoo, “A YCbCr Model Based Shadow Detection and Removal Approach On Camouflaged Images”, 2022 OITS International Conference on Information Technology (OCIT), Bhubaneswar, India, 2022, pp. 574-579, doi: 10.1109/OCIT56763.2022.00112.
  • Y. Al Othmani, P. Kanungo, S. Ghanem and A. A. Alnaeb, “Customized YOLOv3 model for face detection in crowded images”, 2022 6th International Conference On Computing, Communication, Control And Automation (ICCUBEA, Pune, India, 2022, pp. 1-6, doi: 10.1109/ICCUBEA54992.2022.10010855.


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