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Undergraduate Research

At Shiv Nadar University undergraduate curriculum is structured to reflect University’s belief that multidisciplinary thinking is the key to new discoveries. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes on fostering students' ability to integrate critical thinking, interpretive skills, scientific exploration and normative principles into their world-view and prepares them as future leaders in a complex, changing, and unpredictable world. The Research, Experiential and Applied (REAL) courses integrate research and training in the conduct of research at the undergraduate level, across disciplines.

UG Research Projects

Computational Study of Ring Opening Polymerization in Substituted Benzoxazines

Department of Chemistry
Substituted furan-benzoxazine systems have been studied taking the cue from experimental work done on monosubstituted... read more

UG student wins the best presentation award in ICCAR 2020 Singapore, worked under the guidance of Dr. Santanu Mitra

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Hexapod robot is exciting research because of its legged motion capability which suits all terrain. Here researchers at... read more

Performance improvement of PVT module with applications of nano-fluids and phase change materials

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Sun is a vital source of energy for living beings on earth. Solar energy can be harnesses in two ways namely, direct... read more

OUR Projects

Application of Capsule Nets in Pharmacophore-based virtual high-throughput screening

Department of Center for Informatics
Scientific Background and Context: Deep learning is part of a broader family of machine learning methods based on... read more

Monitoring of cement hydration using surface bonded sensor

Department of Civil Engineering
Hydration of concrete is a very complicated and multiphase process, where the cement gel transforms into a hardened... read more

The Tibetan Community in India: A Preliminary Archaeological Ethnography

Department of Center for Archaeology, Heritage & Museum Studies
The 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso’s flight from Tibet in 1959, after the Tibetan Uprising at Lhasa had over 80,000... read more

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