2017 National Seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems and Information Security, (SEEDS-2017), third in the series was held from 24th March to 25th March 2017 at the University of Kashmir to provide an opportunity to academicians, professionals, scholars, and students to get infused with recent developments and challenges in electronic devices, systems and information security. The seminar was financially sponsored by University Grants Commission of India under its Special Assistance Program. SEEDS-2017 has provided a platform for researchers, academicians, and students to contribute towards exploring new trends and technologies. The objectives of the seminar have been to create an avenue for the researchers, to present high-quality research and to be involved in professional interactions for the advancement in electronics, and information technology. The learnt invited speakers from premier institutions of the country delivered expert lectures on contemporary topics in electronics and communication engineering. In each session, fruitful deliberations and exchange of ideas was witnessed among scholars. SEEDS-2017 not only provided an exceptional opportunity for young scholars to learn and get motivated from the reputed scientists but also provided a platform to final semester students to present their seminar presentations before a vast gathering of academicians and researchers. SEEDS-2017 had Ninety oral presentations contributed by 142 authors. In addition, SEEDS-2017 included 41 oral presentations of B. Tech. final semester students.
Proceedings of 2017 UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems and Information Security (SEEDS-2017) with ISBN: 978-93-5268-345-1
The “2016 National Seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems, and Information Security” (SEEDS-2016) with financial support from University Grants Commission of India under its Special Assistance Program is second in the series that has been organized to provide an opportunity to academicians, professionals, scholars, and students to get infused with recent developments and challenges in electronic devices, systems and information security. SEEDS-2016 had the aim to promote and motivate younger generation to take up contemporary research in varied fields of Electronics. It promoted an academic forum by bringing together scholars, academicians and experts in various specialized fields of Electronics Engineering.The current century has witnessed tremendous achievements in the discipline of Electronics and Computer Engineering which are continuing rapidly and are reflected in all forms around us. Be it satellite and Fibre Communication, Health Care, Smart Cities and Homes, Instrumentation, Automation, Remote Sensing, Space Exploration, Communication, Biotechnology, Disaster Management, Networking, Information Security, Consumer Electronics, etc. the world is witnessing revolution after revolution.The Seminar was attended by learned scholars from the premier institutions of the country who delivered keynote lectures and presented their respective research findings and achievements falling within the ambit of Electronics and Computer Engineering. The sessions were well organized that provided every scholar ample time to present his or her idea before the learned audience. The sessions witnessed healthy discussions on the prospectus, challenges and issues faced in the field. The seminar provided an exceptional opportunity for young scholars to learn and get motivated from the reputed scientists working in the field. Read More
International standards of academic publications have been strictly adhered while preparing the book of abstracts.Proceedings of 2016 UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems and Information Security (SEEDS-2016) with ISBN: 978-93-82288-88-6.
COMMUNE-2015 was organized with the intention of assembling scholars and academicians from around the world to deliberate on these issues concerning Electronics, Communication, and Computers in conformity with the current trends of interdisciplinary research. As such, the theme of the conference was purposefully chosen to ensure participation from scholars affiliated to a wide range of academic and research disciplines. The overwhelming response shown by scientists, academicians, and scholars from within and outside country from Computer Science, Electronics, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Linguistics, etc. reflect the diversified research areas subsumed under the theme. COMMUNE-2015 had eleven sessions including a virtual session, eight keynote addresses, and three expert lectures. The keynote address by Professor Chaturvedi described the characteristics of a cognitive radio as an intelligent device that can use side information about its environment to improve spectral utilization. Professor Sarkar in his keynote address shared hefty number of tricks and techniques to overcome current design challenges in building efficient and low power consuming VLSI circuits within minimum chip area. The third keynote speaker, Professor Chaudhury underscored the importance of deep neural network in building a hybrid text recognizer for document image analysis. Professor Ansari in his address highlighted various perspectives of IT ACT 2000 and deliberated upon management of IT security issues at technical and organizational levels. Dr. Kaushik discussed Spintronics based magneto-resistive memories in terms of their architecture, operation and compared them with conventional memories. In his second keynote, Dr. Kaushik highlighted the prospects of a promising interconnect material “Graphene nano-interconnects” and discussed challenges involved therein. Professor Lehal, reflected upon “the Sangam”, a machine transliteration system transforming Perso-Arabi to Hindi Script. Professor Beg, reflected upon advances in Mobile and Wireless Communication technologies such as coding and compression that could permit flawless telepresence wherein elements such as smell, touch, and taste can also be transmitted. Professor Bhat, while highlighting various Government initiatives such as STIP-2013, GIAN and PRIM for promoting innovation led entrepreneurship summarized the prospects of ‘Make in India’ initiative and challenges involved in its implementation. Mr. Rayees Mohammad Bhat highlighted emerging cybercrimes such as cyber terrorism, spamming, phishing, online theft, credit card frauds, etc. and discussed a few such cases reported from the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Professor A. H. Mir reflected upon checking authenticity of images using watermarking and stenography and detecting forgery through second order statistical approaches.
The organizers received 239 full-length papers in total via Easy Chair submission system, which were reviewed by a team of 141 international and national reviewers. Based on the review, 98 papers were selected for presentation in the COMMUNE-2015. Apart from the review process, all the selected papers were strictly checked for plagiarism using the ‘Turnitin’ software and the authors were given the feedback as well. As per international academic standards, some authors were asked to drop the level of quoted work to below 15 percent of the total word count of the camera-ready paper. For as many as 90 selected papers, the COMMUNE-2015 received registrations, camera-ready copies, and online copyright transfers. Camera Ready copy of each paper submitted to the COMMUNE-2015 was checked for formatting errors and were corrected by organizing committee members. Read More
To publish the proceedings of a conference of COMMUNE-2015’s magnitude, it takes considerable amount of time and energy. However, by the grace of Almighty Allah and the perseverant efforts and dedication of the team behind COMMUNE-2015, presenters were handed over a copy of the proceedings with ISBN: 978-93-82288-63-3 (Print) and ISBN: 978-93-82288-54-1 (online) at the inaugural function. It was indeed a moment of pleasure for the members of organizing committee to have accomplished such an uphill task.
The seeds of COMMUNE were sown quite early in 2011, when the idea of convening such a conference was conceived by the current organizers under the chair of late Prof. N. A. Shah (May Allah bless his soul) and COMMUNE-2015 represents its first flower./p>
The National seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems and Information Security, captioned as SEEDS-2015, organized by Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology with the financial support of University Grants Commission of India, had the aim of bringing together scholars, academicians and experts in various specialized subfields of Electronics Engineering. The Seminar was attended by many learned scholars from the premier institutions of the country. During the two days of the Seminar, the scholars and academicians delivered lectures and talks on a wide variety of research issues falling within the ambit of Electronics and Computer Engineering. The participants presented their research findings and achievements in an academically rich atmosphere besides engaging others in healthy discussions on the challenges faced in the field. The seminar was organized in a manner so that every scholar, irrespective of his or her portfolio, gets ample time to present himself or herself before the learned audience. The venue proved an excellent opportunity for young scholars to learn and get motivated from the reputed scientists in the field.
SEEDS-2015 was held on 16 and 17 March, 2015 wherein eight invited talks, and forty-eight oral presentations on equal number of topics contributed by eighty-three authors were presented. The speakers included Prof. A. K. Chaturvedi, IIT Kanpur, Prof. Subir Kumar Sarkar, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Prof. Santanu Chaudhury, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT, Delhi, Prof. Abdul Quaiyum Ansari, Department of Electrical Engineering, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, Dr. Brajesh Kumar Kaushik, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, IIT, Roorkee, Prof. G. Mohiuddin Bhat, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, Mr. Rayees Mohammad Bhat, IPS, SP, Hazratbal, Srinagar, and Prof. Ajaz Hussain Mir, NIT, Srinagar. More Details
The proceedings of SEEDS-2015 were published in printed book bearing ISBN: 978-93-82288-59-6 and online bearing ISBN: 978-93-82288-64-0. SEEDS-2015 was held concurrent with COMMUNE-2015.
The Department in collaboration with Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Srinagar and Academic Staff College, University of Kashmir has organized a short term course on “Mechatronics” from 21st June 2011 to 26th June 2011, to provide hands on experience about elements of Mechatronics and its application areas ranging from sensor technology to the design of enhanced or “smart” products, processes and systems.