National Conference on VLSI, Communication & Signal Processing(NCVCS-2017)

National Conference on VLSI, Communication & Signal Processing(NCVCS-2017)

Department of ECE conducting National Conference on “VLSI, Communication & Signal Processing” (NCVCS-2017) will be held on 16th & 17th May 2017. Calling the papers from UG/PG students, Research Scholars, Academicians, Industry Personal for publishing their work.

Resource Person : Dr. S V Subramanya, Ex-Vice-President, Infosys, Professor, IIITB, Bangalore

Keynote Speaker : Mr. Mallikarjun Reddy N, Project Delivery Manager, Wipro Technologies, Bangalore

Date : 16th -17th ,May 2017

Venue : Dr. A.P. J. Abdul Kalam Hall,RRCE,Bengaluru

Objective of the Conference :

The primary objective of NCVCS-2017 is to establish an effective platform for Institutions and Industries to share ideas and to present the works of Scientists, Engineers, Academicians and Research Scholars in the fields of VLSI design, Communication Technologies and Signal Processing.

Technical Sponsor : ISTE,IETE

Number of papers received : 94

Number of papers accepted : 67

Number of publishing Journal : International Journal IJARIIE (ISSN 2395-4396)

Number of Sessions held : 8

About conference flow:

National Conference started with the inaugural function 10am on 16th May 2017, with all the dignitaries and the keynote speaker. After the inaugural function, NCVCS-17 chief guest Dr. S V Subramanya, gave talk on applications of advanced technologies. The keynote speaker Mr. Mallikarjun Reddy N, was delivered on the topic “cloud and open source adaption in industry”, regarding cloud computing, how to use open source in industry and academics. After the inauguration followed by tea break, morning sessions started in parallel. Post lunch afternoon session started and second day (17th May 2017) morning sessions started in parallel. Post lunch afternoon session started followed by Valedictory, in which the Best paper awards and certificates for participants were distributed.

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