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total 7 296.86 Lakhs Awards won by the Faculty with details

M. Sc in Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences

S. No Name of the Student Reg No

1 Sandhya Jose 13ESMS01

2 T. Charan Teja 13ESMS02

3 Anila Rani Jo 13ESMS03

4 Lingala Jyothi 13ESMS04

5 Ketavath Mahesh 13ESMS05

6 Sadath Ismayil 13ESMS07

7 Feba Francis 13ESMS08

8 Shubhendu Dasgupta 13ESMS10

9 Manas Mohanty 13ESMS11

10 Govardhan D 13ESMS12

IMSc Earth Sciences

Educational trips Name of the Student Enroll.No










Degrees awarded: M. tech in Mineral Exploration S.No Name of the student Reg No

1 Himadri Basu 11ESME03

2 Tomchou Singh. KSH 11ESME04

3 Sudhakar Chandra Gupta 11ESME05 4 Chidananda Prasad Panigrahi 11ESDE01 List of Distinguished scholars who delivered lectures:

• Prof. N. H. Ravindranath, Professor, IISc, Bangalore.

• Prof. P.C. Joshi, Center for Space Science and Education, ISRO, Ahmedabad

• Prof. Mrinal K. Sen, Director, CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad.

• Shri P. S. Parihar, Director, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, Hyderabad.

• Dr. Shirish Ravan, Head, UN SPIDER (United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response), Beijing, China.

• Dr. M. Ravichandran, INCOIS, Hyderabad.

• Dr. S. K. Subramanian, NRSC, Hyderabad

Details of Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized categorized as National / International:

5-day National Workshop on “Microwave Remote Sensing”, 10-15 Feb, 2014.

Number of Seminars/Conferences/ Workshops attended by faculty/student categorized as National/


National 5, International 2

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals categorized as National/International:

National: 1, International: 9

4.15 Advanced Centre of Research in high Energy Materials (ACRhEM)

The Centre had the following teaching and research staff during the year:

Faculty : Dr. A.K. Chaudhary, Dr. S. Venugopal Rao, Dr. P. Prem Kiran, Dr. G. Manoj Kumar, Dr. G.S. Vaitheeswaran

Associate Faculty : Prof. M. Durga Prasad, Prof. Susanta Mahapatra, Prof. Tushar Jana, Dr. P.K.

Panda, Dr. K. Muralidharan, Dr. A.K. Sahoo, Prof. K.C. James Raju, Prof. M.

Ghanashyam Krishna, Dr. Ashok Vudayagiri, Prof. Arun Agarwal, Prof. C.

Raghavendra Rao, Prof. Rajeev Wanker, Dr. Pradeep Paik Director : Prof. R. Ramaswamy (In-charge) till 8th July, 2013;

Dr. D. K. Setua from 9th July, 2013 to 5th January 2014;

Prof. M. Durga Prasad from 6-30th January, 2014;

Dr. K. Venkateswara Rao (from 31.01.2014) the Centre offered Ph.D programme and the strength is 39.

Enrolment details course-wise and year-wise:

1. Ganesh Damarla 13ACPA01 2. S. Abdul Kalam 13ACPA02 3. Venkatesh Dalli 13ACPA03 4. N. Praveen Kumar 13ACPA04 5. Rapolu Mounika 13ACPA05

Ph.D. Degree awarded during 2013-2014:

Sl.No. Student Name Regn.No. Result Date Name of the Supervisor

01. M. HanumanthaRao 07ACPC03 02-09-2013 Dr. K. Muralidharan

02. Ramesh Babu Kunchala 08ACPA04 17-01-2014 Dr. G.S. Vaitheeswaran

03. FahemYehya Ahmed Bajash 09ACPA10 16-12-2013 Dr. A.K. Chaudhary

04. Allam Appa Rao 10ACPP22 26-07-2013 Prof. C.R. Rao

Courses offered during 2013-2014: Ph.D.

Lectures delivered:

1. 01.05.2013: Dr. B.M. Suri, BARC, Mumbai. Topic: “Laser spectroscopy and Application in Nuclear Science &


2. 19.07.2013: Prof. Kankan Bhattacharyya, Dept. of Physical chemistry, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata. Topic: ‘’Recent Advances in Femtosecond and Single Molecule Spectroscopy’’.

3. 04.09.2013: Prof. Debrata Goswami, Dept. of Chemistry, IIT, Kanpur. Topic: “Application of Experimental Quantum Correlation from Gas Phase to Condensed Phase with Ultrafast lasers”.

4. 12.09.2013: Dr. Madduri Somayazulu, CDAC at Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington DC, USA Topic:”Hydrogen, Hydrides, Nitrogen and Nitrides-Superconductors and superhard materials: How pressure plays a pivotal role in this quest”

5. 20.11.2013: Prof. Che-Hua Yang, Dean, College of Mechanical & Electrical engineering, National University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan.

Topic: “Characterization of Material Properties on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells using a Laser Ultrasound Technique”.

6. 06.12.2013: Prof. R.K. Thareja, Dept. of Physics, IIT, Kanpur. Topic: “Atoms Molecules & Cluster in Laser ablated Plasmas”.

7. 09.01.2014: Dr. NV Chandra Shekhar, IGCAR, Kalpakam. Topic: ‘’ High Pressure Investigations on f-electron based systems.

8. Jan 20-22, 2014: Dr. Madduri Somayazulu, CDAC at Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington DC, USA, delivered a series of four lectures on Topics: (1) Basics of High Pressure Techniques (2) Synchrotron techniques and high pressure research (3) High pressure and high temperatures (4) Impact of high pressure research on other fields

9. 30.1.2014: Dr. Colin Duncan, ANDOR Technologies, Belfast, U.K. Topic: ‘LaserImaging and Spectroscopy’.

10. 27.3.2014: Dr. Sambaran Pahari, BARC, Viskhapatnam.Topic: “Overview of Experimental activities at BARC’’

One day Mini Symposium

24.08.2013 Mini Symposium in Memory of Aneesur Rahman on Molecular Simulations is organized.

Number of papers published in National/International peer reviewed journals: 3/50 National: 3 International: 50

Number of conferences/seminars/workshops attended by faculty: 19/13 National: 19 International: 13

National/International awards won by the faculty:

1. Dr. S. Venugopal Rao was selected as ASSOCIATE MEMBER of Andhra Pradesh Akademi of Sciences, AP for the year 2013-14.

2. Dr. S. Venugopal Rao was elected as SENIOR MEMBER of IEEE, USA in 2013.

3. Dr. S. Venugopal Rao was elected as SENIOR MEMBER of OSA, USA in 2013.

4. Dr. G. S. Vaitheeswaran was awarded B.M. Birla Science Prize in Physics for the year 2012 (Awarded in December 2013)

National/International awards won by the students:

mechanism of high energy materials and THz generation”, at DAE- BARNS National Laser symposium -2014, at Manipal, Karnataka, Feb. 2014.

2. M. Venkatesh, A.K. Chaudhary, K.S. Rao “Generation and Detection of THz Radiation from Low Temperature GaAs Photoconductive Antennas using Interferometric Autocorrelation Technique” awarded best poster in WRAP 2013, IIT DELHI.

3. BEST ORAL PRESENTATION AWARD for “Theoretical and Experimental Nonlinear Absorption Studies in Presence of High Energy Materials: A Case Study of Zn Phthalocyanine,” P.T. Anusha, L. Giribabu, S. Venugopal Rao presented at HEMCE 2014, 9th International High Energy Materials Conference and Exhibit, 13-15 February 2014, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

4. Mr. L. Vinoth Kumar, Ph.D. student was awarded best paper award for “RF emissions from laser breakdown of target materials”, during International Conference on Microwaves and Photonics (ICMAP-2013) organized by the Department of Electronics Engg., Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India during December 13- 15, 2013.

5. Ms. Ch. Leela, Ph.D. Student was awarded APS student travel grant of USD 1000 at the Fifty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics (APS DPP) November 11-15, 2013 in Denver, Colorado, USA.

6. Ms. Ch. Leela, Ph.D. student was awarded OSA student travel grant of USD 1500 to present her work at Optical Society of America (OSA) E2 conference of Renewable Energy under Renewable Energy and the Environment Optics and Photonics Congress, 3 - 7 November 2013. Tucson, Arizona, USA

7. S. Appalakondaiah: Best poster Prize towards his work on “Phase stability of solid nitromethane upto 15 GPa”

in Asia-Sweden meeting on understanding functional materials from lattice dynamics at IIT-Guwahati, during 9-11th January 2014.

8. Best paper awarded for “Electronic Spectroscopy of Laser Irradiated Li-PMMA” to Mr. Sachin Barthwal (with Ashok Vudayagiri) at Optics 14 - “International Conference on Light” 19 - 21st March 2014, National Institute of Technology, Calicut.

Outreach activity:

1. Dr. G.S.Vaitheeswaran Served as convener for a One day national conference entitled “Symposium on molecular simulations” at ACRHEM, University of Hyderabad during 24th Aug 2013.

2. Dr. Ashok Vudayagiri was Member, Technical Program Committee, Photonics 2014.

Patent filed:

Anil Tumuluri, Swaroop Raju, V Seshu Bai, V Rajasekharan, K C James Raju, “A Method for preparing dielectric Resonators of arbitrary shapes” filed an Indian patent

4.16 Centre for health Psychology

The Centre had the following teaching and research staff during the year:

Professor : Meena Hariharan

Associate Professor : M. Thomas Kishore

Assistant Professors : G. Padmaja, Meera Padhy, N.D.S. Naga Seema, B. Sushma, Suvashisa Rana

Director : Prof. Meena hariharan

Courses offered

Integrated (5-year) MSc Health Psychology MSc Health Psychology

Ph.D. Psychology

Enrolment details course wise and year wise Integrated (5-year) MSc Health Psychology: 15

MSc Health Psychology: 11 (2- discontinued)

Ph.D. Psychology: 4

Degrees awarded: Ph.D. - 3

Details of Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized categorized as National/ International National Seminar on Obesity: Contemporary Issues and Challenges

The Centre for Health Psychology organized a National Seminar on “Obesity: Contemporary Issues and Challenge”

on 6 - 7 August, 2013 on the occasion of its Foundation day. In response to the announcement of seminar, 40 papers were received. Eminent Scholars from the field of Psychology, Medicine, Psychiatry, Diet & Nutrition and Physiotherapy participated in the seminar. Prof. Girishwar Misra, Dept. of Psychology, University of Delhi delivered the key note address. Prof. A.S. Dash from Bhubaneswar, Dr. B. Sesikeran from NIN, Hyderabad, Prof. T.S. Saraswathi from Bangalore, Prof. G. Venkatesh Kumar from Mysore & Dr. S.P.K. Jena from Delhi delivered special lectures in the seminar.The seminar was coordinated by Dr. G. Padmaja and Dr Suvashisa Rana.

Symposium on Medical Intelligence and Negligence: Issues and Concerns

The Centre for Health Psychology, University of Hyderabad and the Global Medical Education & Research Foundation, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad was jointly organized a symposium on ‘Medical Intelligence and Negligence:

Issues and Concerns’ on 15 February, 2014. It made an attempt at bringing medical, media, police, academicians’

on one platform to bridge gaps, if any, to improve the quality of health care delivery in India. The symposium was inaugurated by Prof. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, Vice-Chancellor, UoH. Prof. K.S. Ratnakar, Director, Global Medical Education & Research Foundation elaborated on the importance of medical intelligence and medical negligence.

The symposium saw discussion on perspectives of Medicine by Dr. Kakarla Subba Rao, Padmasri Awardee, and Dr.

Sridharan, Global Hospital, Sri. Potturi Venkateswara Rao, Former Chairman, Press Academy of AP from perspectives of the Media, Sri Lakshminarayana, IPS and former Joint Director of CBI from perspectives of Bureaucracy and Dr.

G Padmaja, faculty, Centre for Health Psychology, UoH from the psychological perspective. The symposium was attended by students, faculty, staff of UoH, medical practitioners from the city and other guests. The symposium was coordinated by Dr. Meera Padhy and Dr Suvashisa Rana.

Number of Seminars/Conferences/Workshops attended by faculty / student categorized as National/ International

Prof. Meena Hariharan – 4 (National =3; International Seminars held in India =1) Dr. M. Thomas Kishore – 4 (National =3; International Seminars held in India =1)

Dr. G. Padmaja – 5 (National =5)

Dr. Meera Padhy – 3 (National =2; International =1)

Dr B. Sushma – 3 (National =2; Internationalheld in India =1) Dr Suvashisa Rana – 4 (National =2; International held in India =1) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals categorized as

National/ International

Prof. Meena Hariharan _ 7 (National =4; International=3) Dr. M. Thomas Kishore _ 7 (National =6; International =1)

Dr. G. Padmaja _ 6 (National)

Dr. Meera Padhy _ 1 (National)

Dr. B. Sushma _ 2 (National)

Dr Suvashisa Rana _ 6 (National =3; International =3) Number of Research projects granted in the year and their value

Dr. M. Thomas Kishore – 1 (Rs. One Lakh; Reeta Peshawaria Fellowship by India Vision Foundation, New Delhi) National/International awards won by the faculty with details:

1. Dr. M. Thomas Kishore – 2 Awards

- IACP (Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists) Child and Adolescent Award 2013

- Conferred the Reeta Peshawaria Fellowship Award 2014 by the India Vision Foundation for research work in autism

2. Dr. Meera PadhyShri Raghunandan Singh Chauhan Memorial Award of Best Health Psychologist 2013 by

4.17 Centre for Neural and Cognitive Sciences

The Centre for Neural and Cognitive Sciences is an interdisciplinary research Centre focusing upon the areas of cognitive systems and linguistic cognition. A truly interdisciplinary Centre, it brings together faculty and researchers from various disciplines such as physics, linguistics, computer science, neurobiology and philosophy to ponder upon the nature of cognition. Within the short span of its existence the Centre has received considerable international attention. The Centre offers research programs in neural and cognitive sciences at the M.Phil. and Doctoral levels. The Centre has been offering postgraduate courses at the interface of linguistics, philosophy and neurosciences for students majoring in the sciences and humanities. The Centre is on the network of the National initiative of the Department of Science and Technology on Cognitive Science and research has received substantial grants from them.

the Centre has the following teaching and research staff during the year:

Prof. S. Bapi Raju (SCIS) – Coordinator

Prof. Gautam Sengupta (CALTS) – Associate Coordinator Dr. Ramesh Mishra (CNCS) –Associate Professor

Dr. Sudipta Saraswati (CNCS) – Associate Professor (joined on 30/07/2013) Dr. Joby Joseph (CNCS) – Associate Professor

Mr. Akash Gautam (CNCS) – Assistant Professor (joined on 04/09/2013) Prof. Vipin Srivastava (SOP) – Professor

Prof. Prajit K Basu (Dept. of Philosophy) – Professor Prof. Amitabha Dasgupta (Dept. of Philosophy) – Professor

Dr. S. L. Sabat (SOP) – Associate Professor Fellows:

Dr. John Eric Steephen (DST-CSI Fellow) Dr. M. Madhavi Latha (DST-WOS-A Fellow)

Dr. Asma Hanif (DST-CSI Postdoctoral Fellow) Dr. Kaveri Rajaraman (DST-INSPIRE Fellow)

The Centre offered M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Cognitive Science. The student strength is as follows:

M.Phil. – 08 Ph.D. – 14 total – 22

02 M.Phil. degrees were awarded during the year.

Seminars/Conference/Workshop organized:

Prof. S. Bapi Raju organized DST-sponsored Indo-Italian training workshop on EEG & MEG data processing from 1st -4th April, 2013 with Dr. Jennifer E Corbett&Dr. Andreas G Wütz, Researchers CIMeC, Univeristy of Trento, Italy at CMSD, UoH.

Dr. Ramesh K Mishra organized an International symposium at UoH by Dr. Falk huetting, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands on 6th December, 2013 on “Advance in Language Cognition Research”.

Dr. Joby Joseph and Dr. Kaveri Rajaraman of Center for Neural and Cognitive Sciences organized the VII edition of SERB school in Neuroscience supported by DST with specialization in Electrophysiology from December 9-21, 2013.

26 Faculty from India and abroad trained the students in various aspects of neuroscience and elctrophysiology.

Lectures were followed by hands on labs.  It was attended by 22 students and postdocs from institutes like NBRC, IISc, IMSc, BHU, NII, NCCS, IISERs, NISER.

1. Prof. Partha Ghose, Sr. Scientist, Platinum Jubilee Fellow, National Academy of Science, India visited our Centre and delivered two lectures on “Can Emotions be described mathematically and measured?” Part I on 2 September, 2013 and Part II on 3 September, 2013

2. Dr. Manjari Jain, IISC Bangalore & Syracuse University, USA visited our Centre on 13th September, 2013 and delivered a lecture on “A Cocktail of Sounds: Acoustic Communication in Complex, Noisy Environments”.

3. Mr. Abhinav Grama, Harvard University visited our Centre on 30th September, 2013 and delivered a lecture on

“Visual Response Properties of Neurons in the Larval Zebrafish Tertum: Direction Selectivity & More”.

4. Mr. tommy Strandvall, Global Training Manager at Tobii Tech., AB, and Sweden visited our Centre on 6th December, 2013 and delivered a lecture on “Eye Tracking in Research Applications”.

5. Dr. Sridhar Devarajan, PDF, Department of Neurobiology, Stanford Universityvisited our Centre on 7th February, 2014 and delivered a lecture on “An Avian Midbrain Model for the Role of Gamma Oscillations in Sensory Coding & Selective Attention”.

6. Dr. Nixon M Abraham, PDF, Department of Fundamental Neuro Sciences, University of Geneva visited our Centre on 14th February, 2014 and delivered a lecture on “Temporal Aspects of Information Processing in the Olfactory System”.

7. Dr. Nitin Gupta, Stopfer Lab NIH, Bethesda visited our Centre on 13th February, 2014and delivered a lecture on

“Revealing Neural Mechanisms of Information Processing using a Simple Brain”.

8. Dr. Fabien Schang, Mascow State University visited our Centre and delivered lectures on “What does negation mean? Can there be a general theory of negation?” & “Which negation matches with programming operations?”

on 20th& 21st February, 2014 respectively.

9. Dr. Dipanjan Roy, Department of Neurology, Berlin visited our Centre on 24th February, 2014 and delivered a lecture “Learning & Cognitive bias Shapes Spontaneous Correlation in the Human Cortex”.

4.18 Centre for Modelling Simulation and Design (CMSD) Preamble:

The study of passage from the micro world of atoms and molecules to the macro world of solids, liquid and gases calls for an understanding of a variety of phenomena in physics, chemistry, biology and engineering science and technology and related areas. Atomic lasers, molecular computers, drug-receptor interactions, industrial catalysts, lubricants, and industrially important materials form part of this continuum and an understanding of this evolution needs all the three components of research, viz. theory, experiment and computation. Computer-based simulations now form an integral part of modern research methodology and in this era of science-driven-engineering and directed basic research, the role of scientific research, based on modeling, simulation and design, is of paramount importance. The primary requisite in using the third avenue of research for solving complex problems is a working, state-of-the-art High Performance Computing (HPC) center.

The University of Hyderabad, having expertise in many of the above areas, fully appreciates the inter-dependence of Science, Engineering and Technology, and launched a uniquely conceived new programme. This initiative was launched through an imaginative programme of the UGC (recognizing the University for its Potential for Excellence) by establishing a designated Centre for such activity (Centre for Modelling Simulation and Design – CMSD). This programme has been receiving generous support from DST under its FIST program.

CMSD aims to nurture cross-disciplinary bridges, which are effective in generating new knowledge and creative explorations. The human resources generated from such efforts will be invaluable. Training individuals and organizations in specific hardware and software, undertaking of consultancy and turnkey projects, help convert real life phenomena into appropriate mathematical and computational models etc., are some of the important tasks that CMSD has embarked on. This centre became operational from its new premises in December 2004.

One of the unique academic features of this centre is that all the active computational scientists working in widely different academic disciplines in the university campus are associate faculty of the CMSD, and contribute their expertise and experience in furthering its objectives. Some of the research interests of these members include:

physics of low dimensional systems, topological defects in in fluids in restricted geometries, critical phenomena in complex fluids and magnetic systems, Monte Carlo simulations and development of novel sampling techniques, genomics and bioinformatics, protein folding, cognitive neuroscience, computational intelligence, natural language understanding, Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI), quantum chemistry and Density Functional Theory(DFT), molecular modeling, drug design and delivery, design of new materials etc

Currently, CMSD has a 25.0 Teraflop Facility which is fully networked and consists of the following hardware:

Computational Facility

• 6 SMP Systems with total of 192 CPUs [1 x IBM p690 (32 Power 4), 3 x IBM p690 (96 Power 4+), 1 x IBM p595 (64

• High end workstations such as 6 x SGI Octone 2, 2 x SUN Blade 2000, 6 x IBM Intellistations etc.

• SGI Altix 4700 a 128 core (Dual Core, Itanium2 9150M 1.67 GHz) shared memory architecture based Unix server comprising of 512 GB RAM

• SGI Altix ICE 8200 EX Cluster [Enhanced] with 1024 core high performance, high throughput and high availability cluster comprising of 1 GB/core memory, built using Infiniband Interconnect.

• SGI XE1300, 2 x Quad core @ 3.0GHz, 4 GB RAM, 146 GB HDDA 128 core Windows CCS/HPC Cluster.

• SGI IS4600 x 2, 100 TBytes of shared Storage system (FC, SATA) for delivering very demanding data intensive environment, leading to High Performance & Productive Computing Facility, through SGI Altix 450 x 2, 8 core, 48 GB RAM, Montvale 1.67 MHz storage servers.

• SGI Spectra T120 Library, 2 x LTO Gen-4 Drives scalable to 6, Spectralogic 100 slots and 60 units of Media, a good tape backup system to archive data with time stamping.

• Management Servers: SGI Altix 250 SERVER x9 (2U), 2 x Quad core, E5472, 3.00 GHz, 1600 FSB, 12MB Cache, 8GB RAM, 6 x 145GB SAS HDD/15K

• Parallel file system to allow bulk I/O operations.

• IBM POWER 7 - 755 Server with  - 4 x 8 core 3.3 GHz Power 7 Processor, 2 x 146 GB DASD, 128 GB DDR3 RAM,

• IBM StoreWize V7000  based Storage with 60TB RAW Storage Capacity (30 x 2 TB Disks)

• An integrated linux cluster system with 1.0 TeraFlops computing power having all open source compiler and software for training and executing home grown codes.

To support various application domain areas the following software are deployed on the above hardware: Accelrys Suite, Gaussian 2003, MOPAC, Relibase+,

Molpro, ADF, GCG Wisconsin, SPSS, Mathematica, Statistica, GAMS, RATS, Matlab with toolboxes, CFX 5.7, 3D Studio Max, iSIGHT Pro, BOS, BEAMPRO, GAMESS, SPARTAN 2003, NAG Fortran SMP Library, Empire 3D V4.2, Ansys Multiphysics, AWR (Microwave Office), Full Wave Sonnet, ArcGIS, ArcMIS, Cadence, ISATIS, TURBOMOL, Image Processing S/W like ERDUS, etc.

Visualization Facility

• NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 Active Stereo Graphics Card o Windows XP Professional

o 750GB SATA Disk Drives o 22” LCD Monitor

• SGI Image generator – VN200 system, o DVD Drive, 2xGbE Ethernet,

o Two quad-core Intel Xeon E5462 2.8GHz processors o 16GB DDR2 800 REG ECC Memory

o NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 Active Stereo Graphics Card o SLES10 Linux

o 160GB SATA Disk Drives o 22” LCD Monitor

• Christie Mirage HD6 3chip stereo DLP projector and Lens

• Screen – 9ft x 6ft fabric

• Crosspoint 450 Plus 84HVA Matrix Switcher RGB for Video & Stereo Audio

• Video and Audio interface – Extron RGB109

• Audio Amplifier

• NuVision Active Stereo Glasses

• NuVision Stereo Emitters (mid range)

• Wireless AMX control system

• CEI Ensight Application Software

• Remote Visualization Software Single User

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