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Researchers from industry and academia are invited to present their research work in the following areas.
Cluster and grid computing, cloud computing, enterprise software and services, multicore systems, internet of things and embedded systems, design issues addressing architectural challenges of autonomic computing and its solutions, algorithms, theory and foundations of autonomic computing, applications and current trends.
Wired networks, software defined networking, wireless networks, ad hoc networks, sensor networks, vehicular area networks, delay tolerant networks, pocket switched networks and mobile social networks including aspects of performance enhancement and security.
The theme encompasses novel techniques for pattern analysis in domains including computer vision, image processing, speech analysis and document analysis. It also covers usage of various existing approaches such as statistical techniques, neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy techniques and machine learning for pattern analysis applications in mentioned domains.
Contributions based on performance analysis, experimental development and simulation in the areas of optical communication, wired/wireless communication and networks, RF and antenna systems, Image, speech, text and video processing are invited.
Contributions based on design and development, simulation, application, testing, verification and measurement in the areas of analog and digital VLSI Design, testing and verification, system on chips, power and energy aware designs are invited.
Contributions based on electronic circuit on any innovative ideas in the real time applications are invited.
Smart grid, WAMS, grid challenges, grid stability and restructuring, grid optimization, transmission planning and design, distributed generation – reliability and grid security, new frontiers in fault detection and mitigation, developments in switchgear and relaying, artificial intelligence applications in power systems, issues and development in high voltage and insulation engineering, renewable integration.
Control strategies in power electronic systems, technological advances in converters, UPS, SMPS, topology enhancements and changes, multi-level converters for high-power applications, passive and active power filters, improvements in drive controls, DSP applications in power electronics, HVDC transmission and FACTS, power quality issues and their mitigation techniques, energy storage, electric vehicles.
Design, modelling, simulation and control of advanced electrical machines, fault analysis and protection of electrical machines, testing and condition monitoring of electrical equipment, etc.
Researchers from industry and academia are invited to present their research work in the area of Process Modelling, Simulation, Robot Dynamics, Control Algorithms, Vision based Control, Industrial Automation, Control and Optimization under this theme. The present theme also focuses on Fault Detection and Diagnosis. Research on contemporary issues related to process industries are invited under this theme. Apart from above mentioned topics, challenges and solutions of factory automations are also expected under this theme.
Research in the Mathematics is a key element for the advancement of all areas of science and technology. Being one of the vital areas of science in itself, Pure and Applied Mathematics works in tandem in all the domains of engineering and technology. Moreover, research areas like mathematical modeling of industrial processes. Need of the hour is to cultivate and sustain core research capability, and at the same time cross the borders to promote transformative and interdisciplinary research.
It is a fact that university teachers are trained researchers but not educators. More than any other time, this is the time when innovations and blended form of teaching-learning is incorporated while imparting classroom teachings resulting into astonishing insights about how people learn. The theme aims to serve as the melting pot and seminal platform where educators, researchers and practitioners will some together to exchange, learn and relearn about this emerging filed. The theme will encompass ideas related with Innovative methods in curriculum design and delivery, Social media and teaching-learning, Blended Learning/MOOCs in Engineering Education, Assessing the assessment, Futuristic Trends in Engineering Education, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Any other topic relevant to new and emerging Education Technology.
This theme focuses on new process design and development where it can suggest substantial alteration in equipment or process design or developing new catalyst or employing novel techniques like use of ultrasound or microwave, micro or nano technology.
Quest for the development of new alternative technologies is never ending process, so this theme will provide platform for research related to various environmentally benign technologies to solve the current problems such as, treatment of effluents, environmental management, recovery & reuse of materials and other issues related to environmental problems.
Pavement materials, Pavement analysis and design, Traffic operations and management, Transportation economics, Road safety and traffic awareness, Accident analysis, Transportation planning and modelling, Intelligent transportation systems, Sustainable transportation system, Public transportation system, Road construction technology, Use of Geomatics in transportation engineering.
Impact of climate change on water resources, Ground water modelling and management, Hydrological modelling and forecasting, Application of remote sensing and GIS in water resources, Irrigation planning and management, Reservoir operation and optimization, Sustainable development of water resources, Watershed management, Water quality monitoring and assessment, Environment hydraulics, Environmental impact assessment, Water and waste water treatment, Solid waste management, Air and noise Pollution, Recycle and reuse of waste.
Advanced construction materials and technologies, Construction economics, Workplace management, Life cycle assessment, Construction laws, Construction productivity, Value engineering, Safety and health management, Management practices for construction equipments and materials, Innovation in construction, Construction waste management, Building energy efficiency, BIM and life cycle project management, Contract management.
Advances in cement based materials and concrete technology, Structural analysis & design of Reinforced, Steel and Pre-stressed concrete, Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of structural systems, Earthquake resistant design of structures, Computational techniques in structural engineering, Geotechnical investigations & design of structures, Smart material applications and Structural Health Monitoring, Response measurement and control of structures.
Sustainable manufacturing seeks to profitably produce goods while minimizing a firm's environmental impact, natural resource use, and energy consumption. Under this theme, the research work related to methodologies, manufacturing processes and materials that contribute to sustainable manufacturing processes is invited.
Design and analysis of machines and mechanisms is the key for reduction of lead times from concept stage to detailed design stage. The static and dynamic analysis to ensure the functionality, safety and reliability of systems made up of different kinds of materials is backbone of successful machine design and development. The theme aims to invite original work in the area of computational methods, experimental work and analytical solutions for design and analysis of machines and mechanisms.
Energy is the "Energy" for growth and development. The objective of Energy Management and Conservation is to achieve and maintain optimum energy procurement and utilization to minimize energy costs / waste without affecting production, comfort and quality. The articles invited under this theme are expected to be in the area of production, utilization and conservation of energy.