Two Days of Ideas, Research and Thoughts at ETNCC 2011
A latest addition to the technical encroachment of Udaipur was International Conference on Emerging Trends in Networks and Computer Communications (ETNCC2011), which was held in Udaipur from 22nd April to 24th April 2011.
A latest addition to the technical encroachment of Udaipur was International Conference on Emerging Trends in Networks and Computer Communications (ETNCC2011), which was held in Udaipur from 22nd April to 24th April 2011. Three days conference started in Udaipur at CTAE College. The Conference was organized under joint venture with Computer Society of India (CSI) and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) IEEE (International conference record no-18690). This conference targeted a wide spectrum of the state-of-the art as well as emerging topics pertaining to wired & wireless networks, communication & computing.
In past two days, advanced trend of wired, wireless, high speed, sensor, and mobile networks, vehicle communication, security & application areas like e-agriculture, telemedicine and education systems were focal points
Prof. Sorel Reisman, President of IEEE Computer Society, was invited as key speaker and other Delegates were Dr.C.Satish (IAS Officer Area Chair for Region 10), Er.G.Prabhakar (Chairperson of Institute of Engineers), Major Gen (Retd.) RK Sanan (IEI Secretary & Director General: Kolkatta), Dr. VR Singh (Immediate Former IEEE Chairperson Delhi Section), Dr. S.S. Rathore (Chairman, Udaipur local) were invited for the conference.
This event was supported by World Federation of Engineering Organization, Division IV and Udaipur Chapter CSI, SIG-WNs and e- Agriculture, Udaipur, Vedanta Group- Hindustan Zinc Udaipur, Secure Meters, Udaipur, College of Technology & Engineering, Udaipur, Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur, Technical Co-Sponsored by IEEE Delhi Section
Discussion about the development made by the communication and mobile networks in past few decades was done by Er. G. Prabhakar, President, Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI) Kolkata. He also said that for the wellbeing of tribal section of south Rajasthan area, AMIE examination will soon be started in Udaipur.
here is the information of what happened in past two days at conference.
DAY 1: 22 April 2011
AT 10.30 am was Inaugural ceremony of the International Conference held at AVP Hall, souvenir was released by dignitaries and Technical presentations were given by participants on Wireless communication , Security and VLSI techniques.
The conference was inaugurated by chief guest Prof. Sorel Reisman, President IEEE (USA). He highlighted on commercial usability of modern communication systems, discussed the concern and needs for setting up cloud computing standards in his welcome speech. There was also the discussion of the role and the activities of the IEEE Computer Society USA.
A technical session on wireless signal processing from 2 pm to 3:30 at AVP Hall, CTAE.
At the same time, Technical session 2 on VLSI and embedded system was held at seminar hall CTAE by Preeti Soni.Main aim was to reduce the enrgy consumed by nodes in network and helping in reducing routing overhead IT Lab at CTAE was filled up with technical session 3 about security systems
At 5.30 pm, there was an inaugural Function of building of Institute of Engineers at Sec-11 Udaipur.
At 6.30 pm ceremony of Wireless Generation Fundamental of RF design under aegis of (Wireless Advance Communication Technologies and Application) WACTA was held at Techno India NJR Institute of Engineering College (Udaipur).
Day2: 23 April 2011
The main eye catcher issue of second day was vehicle signaling system. In this system, the vehicles can get the advance information of the incident happened in further way. This alert would pass on to other vehicles coming behind, which would help in keeping a check on their speed and thus would be helpful in providing safety from accidents.
Dr Vijay Lakshmi –Head of Computer Science department expressed her concerns over the reach of technology to general mass as well as the safety. By highlighting the way hackers do all hacking, she said that there should be some ways to stop it.
Technical Session 1, venue was AVP Hall, CTAE. “Signaling Path Way” was the main discussion in this session, which was from 9:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Technical Session 2 emphasized on the emerging trends in Networks which was held from 9:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at Seminar Hall, CTAE.
Another Technical Session 1 which was from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at AVP Hall, CTAE, focused on Multimedia Networking Systems.
The next Technical Session 2 uncovered Future Network Trends from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.at Seminar Hall, CTAE.
After Lunch was the other Technical Session 1 which highlighted Design and Analysis of Algorithm between 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at AVP Hall, CTAE.
It was followed by Technical Session 2 on Data Mining and Web Technology from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Seminar Hall, CTAE.
One more knowledgable Technical Session 1 on Pervasive Computing from3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at AVP Hall, CTAE was held.
Technical Session 2 on Vehicular Networks/e-agriculture/e-applications/Robotics went on from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Seminar Hall, CTAE.
Stay Tuned with UT to know about the closing ceremony of this 3 day conference seminar of all Techie minds,who came from across the globe and gave it an international exposure.
Photo Courtesy: Computer Science Department, College of Technology And Engineering Special Thanks to Manoj Sir, Mahenoor Siddiqui, Apoorva Jain, Indravardhan Singh Shaktawat, Govind Tamboli and Rahul Choubisa for their kind support.