The LNM Institute of Information Technology

LNMIIT Centre for Smart Technology

What Are We Doing?

This is a dedicated institute or department that focuses on research, development, and education related to smart technologies

The L-CST works towards identification of key needs that campus, society, the state and the nation may have which, in a prioritized and phase wise manner,could be addressed with the creation of smart technology based cost effective solutions, testing (pilot deployment included), deployment, technology transfer, commercialization and, wherever feasible and relevant, outreach. It has a Center- Lead, a Nucleus and a Centre-team comprising of faculty, scholars, students and staff.

Our Aim

Conducting research to explore new possibilities and applications of smart technologies and developing innovative solutions.

The L-CST aims to:


  • To create an ecosystem of research on Smart Technologies involving academia, industries and public entities (organization of central and state government, hospitals, civic body and defense organization).
  • To make LNMIIT campus as a model campus with the objective of having minimum per capita consumption of energy, water and other natural resources without compromising with the lifestyle.

Industrial Collaboration

Providing students with opportunities to learn about smart technologies through specialized courses, workshops, and hands-on projects.

Signal Processing And Communication – Copy

S. N. Mishra, K. Jena, “Field- Plated AlInN/ALN/GaN MOSHEMT with…
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Signal Processing And Communication

S. N. Mishra, K. Jena, “Field- Plated AlInN/ALN/GaN MOSHEMT with…
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Multimodal User Interface

Multimodal user interface for assisting elderly people in indoor environment.…
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Sign Language Converter

In the latest collaborations. Sign language to regional language Converter…
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Latest Research Publications

One of the best Research Centre’s where we provide solutions to Industries and Businesses and also serve human kind with our inventions.

Vision Based Tracking System

S. Saboo, J. Singha, “Vision based two level hand tracking system for dynamic hand gesture in indoor environment”, Multimedia tools and Applications (Springer, SCI), under minor revision.

S. N. Mishra, R. Shah, K. Jena, “Normally- Off AlGaN/GaN MOSHEMT as Lebel Free Biosensor” ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, Vol.9, Issue. 06, pp. 065002, July, 2020. [IF: 2.142 (2019), SCIE, JCR]. (IOP)

Solid State Science And Technology

Artificial Neural Network Modelling

N. Khatri, K. K. Khatri, and A. Sharma, “Artificial neural network modelling of faecal coliform removal in an intermittent cycle extended aeration system- sequential batch reactor based wastewater treatment plant,” Journal of Water Process Engineering, vol. 37, p. 101477, Oct. 2020

Faculty Member

Dr. Abhishek Sharma
Dr. Abhishek Sharma

Associate Professor

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Our Project

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