|College Fest Name
|| Model Events
7 Upcoming College Fests
| 5 Days Winter School on Data analysis and Machine Learning using Python and R Programming 2019
25 Nov 2019 View More
| Hindustan University
· To Become a Data Analytics and Machine Learning Experts and learn how to train a Model
· Designed for Engineering Students, Researchers and Working Professionals
· 20 + Case Studies and Assignments
· Speakers from C-DAC, CISCO, NITTTR and Top MNC’s
· Practical Hands-on Workshop in Data Analytics using R and Python with case studies.
| Two week FDP on Entrepreneurship in Geo Environmental Engineering 2019
25 Nov 2019 View More
| Bannari Amman Institute of Technology
Scope of Geoenvironmental Engineering (GEE)
Multidisciplinary aspects of GEE
Soil-water contaminant interaction
Solid and hazardous waste management
Remediation of contaminated soils
Leachate characteristics and treatment methods
Contaminant transport Modelling
Energy recovery from MSW
Wealth from waste
Entrepreneurial opportunities in GEE
Sustainable aspects of GEE
Software sessions & Case studies related to GEE
Why Entrepreneurship? Entrepreneurship-Concept
EDPs in India
How to start a SSI unit?
Technical aspects of SSI unit
| VITPEECON 2019
12 Dec 2019 View More
| VIT University Chennai Campus
With an insight to expand the horizons of the Smart Grid in our society, it is vital to bring to a common platform an extensive knowledge sharing of the high impact research and development at both the academic and industry perspective. Smart Grids have proven itself to be the future of global power distribution and management. The significant benefits of incorporating smart grid in the existing portfolio are multi-faceted. It proves to be highly intelligent, reliable, resilient and self-dependent structures. However, they do bring with them numerous challenges that may be treated as opportunities and explored.
For a utility, the Smart Grid enables the conglomeration of customers, services, and new technologies. This comes in play by reinforcing profound technologies, renewable integration, network Modeling, and monitoring. Grid congestion and storage in the presence of renewable sources; impact of distributed energy resources interconnection to existing grids; energy efficiency; solar energy system; wind energy system; hybrid systems; electric vehicles; realizing carbon negative systems; realization of low carbon futures and power analytics are few of the arena to which this conference will step into. This will further facilitate in understanding how the smart grid will revolutionize electricity production in the near future. It will pave the way to a vigorous debate on business Models based on DER intervention.
All the mentioned dimensions of Smart Grid and more will be addressed and brainstormed at the 2019 PECCON. Our keynotes, discussion, and presentations will deep dive and align itself towards Smart technology for Smart grid.
We warmly invite you to join PECCON 2019, which will prove to be a benchmark that truly brings industry and academic perspectives under one roof!
We hope to see you in Chennai this December 2019.
| ECOFEST 19
14 Dec 2019 View More
| Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
• Paper Presentation
• Poster Presentation
• Strategic Thinking
• Green Modelling
Non – Technical Events
• Meme Creation
| 4th International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Cyber Security and Computational Models (ICC3) 2019
19 Dec 2019 View More
| PSG College of Technology
CALL FOR PAPERS
We enthusiastically encourage prospective authors to submit an electronic version of their original research papers that contain contributions of theoretical, experimental or application nature using EasyChair.
The conference is organized in three tracks with the theme "Contemporary Models and Applications for Computational Paradigms" ; CyberSecurity, Computational Models, Computational Intelligence and will feature distinguished invited speakers in each track. Papers are solicited from industry, government and academia (including students) covering relevant research, technologies, methodologies, tools and case studies. The intention of the conference is to explore the computational concepts to emphasize the role of technology in real time problems. The topics listed below are meant to indicate the breadth of the area and are definitely not to be considered exhaustive.
Technology depends upon discovery, and discovery upon the advancement of technology; that is certainly the case with Computational Intelligence. Computational Intelligence (CI) is the theory, design, application and development of biologically and linguistically motivated computational paradigms. Traditionally the three main pillars of CI have been Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems and Evolutionary Computation. However, over time, numerous computing paradigms inspired by nature have evolved. In recent years, there has been an explosion of research in Deep Learning - deep constitutional neural networks in particular. Deep learning has become the core method for artificial intelligence and some of the most successful AI systems are based on CI. This track focuses on computational intelligence techniques and their applications.
The increasing use of the internet and social media has made cyber security more important. Cyber security is of paramount importance for government organizations and is a vital asset to the nation. Growing cyber threats such as data theft, phishing scams and other cyber vulnerabilities demand that users should remain vigilant about protecting data. Cyber Security track in this conference aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, developers and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and end results.
Computational Models are mathematical Models that are simulated using computation to study complex systems from the effects of drugs on the body to the interactions of nations in the global economy.
This conference provides a window to the novel endeavors of the research communities to publish their works by highlighting the value of computational Modelling as a research tool when investigating complex systems.
This track is aimed to foster research interaction in all aspects of computational science and engineering, and to develop computational Models needed to meet the demands of computer systems users and explore the new potentials of computation engines.
| ABHYUDAYA 2020
14 Feb 2020 View More
| GLA University
Focus areas in Project Exhibition:
These are some following areas in projects for Project Exhibition:
Computer Science Engineering:
Internet of Things
Low Weight concrete using crumbed rubber
Potable Model of Slow Sand Filter
Movable Road divider
Design and Estimate of Raft foundation
Earthquake resistor building motor with design
Thermal Registration based
Pneumatic and Hydraulic based
Mechanical Machinery based
Science open Projects
*Student may present other innovative Projects
Technical Skill Competition:
EE:Motor Winding,HouseWiring, Robo Race,Robo Fight
EC:Circuit Maker, PCB desgining, Electronics Components Identification
CS: Networking on Cisco Hardware(using Cisco Packet Tracer)
CE: Best Surveyor,Draftsmen,Quantity Evaluator
ME :Product Manufacturing using workshop,Fastest Turner,Product Development,Best Designer in CAD,Best CNC Programmer,Fastest Welder
Other Skill Competitions:
Treasurer Hunt,Maze,Poster Making
| International Conference on Mathematical Sciences ICMS 2020
04 Mar 2020 View More
| Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology
Algebra and Number Theory
Analysis(Real, Complex & Functional )
Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics
Financial and Industrial Mathematics
Networks and Simulation
Fuzzy Sets and Logic
Optimization and control
Numerical Analysis and Scientific computing
Probability ,Applied Statistics and Stochastic Process
Modeling and Simulation