Winners of Anveshan 2018 Receive Prize Money of Rs 2.5 Lakhs


Analog Devices felicitates winners of Anveshan 2018 university design fellowship and announces the launch of Anveshan 2019

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) announced the Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla(Odisha) and Goa Engineering College as the winners of Design Fellowship Program, Anveshan 2018.

The universities were awarded for their respective projects ‘Ane Cure’ (Haemoglobin measurement device) and ‘PEMA’ – Power, Energy and Machine Analyser (device to monitor electrical and mechanical parameters). They were each awarded with the prize money of INR 2.5 lakhs.

The Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla receiving a cash prize of Rs 2.5 lakhs

The second prize was won by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay for its project Non-Invasive Corrosion Detectors for India’s Infrastructure.

Shortlisted teams are guided for nine months

The fellowship received 50 complete proposal registrations from engineering colleges from all over India. All participants showcased their design thinking and create solutions that would drive societal change. The ideation of the participants addressed the issues in healthcare, agriculture and smart city.

Based on the registrations, nine teams were shortlisted. The selected projects were executed for nine months with regular architecture reviews, component selection reviews and interim deadlines. After review, a complete presentation and demonstration of the prototype were done. Each team had a mentor from Analog Devices who helped them in reviewing the system-level architecture, real-world technical challenges and also guided them to complete their project on time.

‘’Make for India’’ to build innovative solutions

Anveshan’s focus this year was ‘Make for India’, with a goal of building innovative solutions to solve problems in healthcare, agriculture, smart city, Industry 4.0 and smart lifestyle. This edition of Anveshan provided a platform to create and experiment with innovative technologies such as IoT, sensors, cloud, algorithms, data analytics, etc.

Developing concepts and algorithms which engineering students can use to design an innovative product to uplift the standard of living in our society was an integral part of Anveshan 2018. In order to continue the innovation stride, Analog Devices has announced the opening of registrations for Anveshan 2019. The central theme for Anveshan 2019 is ‘Design the Future’.

The subcategories will include healthcare, lifestyle, resource and energy management, industry 4.0 and public safety and security. Here, Analog Devices will provide guidance to the participants for the development duration of approximately six to nine months. Winners from the finalist teams will receive cash awards of Rs 2.5 lakhs, 1.5 lakhs and 1 lakh.

Well, Anveshan 2019 is now open for registration. For more information and to register, visit