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Symposium on user, eco-friendly technology at NIT-K from Monday

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The National Institute of Technology – Karnataka (NIT-K), Surathkal will host a three-day international symposium on ‘Development of use-friendly, eco-sensitive and energy efficient technology for future’ from Monday (December 15 to 17).

Organised by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at the NIT-K the theme of the symposium was based on electronic system design, a release said.

This would be the fifth conference in the series, where the last conference was held in Singapore and next year it will be held in Malaysia.

The objective of the symposium was to provide a congenial and serious platform in which experts from academia and industry could interact with young researchers entering the fields of electronics, computer science, communication and allied engineering areas. Developments in this domain would have a large role to play in developing technologies for the future that have to be user-friendly in addition to being eco-sensitive and energy efficient. The symposium will focus on original research contributions from academia and industry.

Experts from Japan, Germany, USA and India would deliver seven keynote addresses and 50 research papers will be presented in the theme area of electronics system design. The proceedings of the symposium would be published by IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services and will be available on-line at IEEE Xplore, the release said.

Experts from across the world in emerging areas of energy efficient system design, high performance computing, signal processing and applications, wireless and wired communication systems and networks would attend it, the release added.

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