27 Jun,2020

International Conference on Smart Communication and Imaging Systems (MEDCOM 2020)

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was organised an INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on Smart Communication and Imaging Systems (MEDCOM-2020) technically sponsored by Springer Nature using the virtual mode, which was scheduled on June 26- June 27, 2020.
Aim of the Conference
Recent advances in different domains like Sensor Technologies, Wireless Communications, Computer Vision Medical Image, Data Processing and globalization of digital society across various social areas have intensified the growth of remote healthcare services. However, several socioeconomic aspects and integration of these services with classical healthcare system remaining as a challenging issue. Apart from these the recent advances in the field of renewable energy systems, smart grid, Smart sensors, control techniques and environmental issues are the key factors of electronics and ICT.
The conference aims to bring teachers, researchers, scientists, engineers and scholars together, where they will exchange and share their experiences, new ideas and research results about all aspects of mentioned areas. This conference also presents a strong fostering integration between different medical imaging, communication & computational technologies. The two days’ conference was including talks/tutorials by experts from industry, academia and research organizations.
Day 1 Schedule
Inaugural session at 10:00 AM
Invited Talk by Dr.Brahmjit Singh,Prof, NIT Kurukshetra.
Session1A and session2A at 11:30 AM onwards
Session3A and session3B at 02:30 PM onwards

Day 2 Schedule
Session4A and session2B at 10:30 AM onwards
Invited Talk by Dr. Hardik J. Pandya, Assistant Professor, IISc Bangalore.
Session5A and session5B at 02:30 Pm onwards
Conference Validator function @4:30 PM.
Finally, all the sessions were concluded with discussion of their topic by experts of session chairs and Co- chairs.
This was successfully completed an International conference using the virtual mode during this Covid-19 Pandemic.


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