Welcome to Department of Instrumentation , CUSAT
The Department of Instrumentation, originally the university science instrumentation centre ( USIC ) has its origin in 1978 as a service department with the support of the UGC. It has been extending instrumentation support to science and technology departments of the university.The center was elevated to a level lll USIC by UGC in 1990.With this the centre became a full –fledged academic department. The department started a post graduate diploma course in instrumentation in 1994. In 1995 the university re organized USIC into a full-fledged teaching department with USIC contained in it and the department came into existence in its present form.
The department has a very active research programme in the area of instrumentation and applied physics.The department has implemented a number of research projects funded by DST ,DAE,UGC,AICTE,KSCSTE,etc.It has been a venue for a number of national symposia.The department has published a number of research papers pertaining to instrumentation and allied areas.
To be a World Class Institution Providing Leadership and Guidance to Create Excellence in the Field of Instrumentation.
- To Expand the Frontiers of Knowledge in the Field of Instrumentation.
- To Motivate the Students with Inspiring Curricula and Enriching Learning Experience.
- To Mould Competent Professionals with Social Commitment and Human Values.
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO's)
- PSO1: Ability to apply the knowledge of basic science and engineering to understand real world problems of Instrumentation and Control
- PSO2: Ability to apply the knowledge to design and solve state of the art requirements of industry and R&D organisations using sustainable technologies with good interpersonal skills as a team leader in appreciation of professional ethics, societal responsibilities and environmental well being.
- PSO3: Adaptability to changing work environment by selecting and applying cutting edge hardware and software tools to analyse and improve systems/processes for a variety of applications as well as to interpret the simulated and experimental data aimed at the furtherance of research.