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III rd IEEE International Symposium on Nanoelectronic & Information Systems (IEEE-iNIS’2017) inaugurated at Oriental Campus

The campus was abuzz with galaxy of academicians, scientists and students from all over the Country and abroad, as the III rd IEEE-Inis’2017 Symposium on Nanoelectronic and Information Systems was inaugurated at Oriental Campus, on 18 December, 2017.

The inaugural ceremony witnessed the presence of Dr Deepak Joshi, Hon’ble Minister Technical Education, Govt. of M.P., Dr Sunil Gupta, Vice Chancellor RGPV, Dr CS Verma, Central Regional Officer AICTE Bhopal, and Dr LN Reddy, Deputy Director, DTE Bhopal.

Dr Deepak Joshi, the Chief Guest of the program, talked about the changing scenario of Indian Research. Dr Sunil Gupta, the Guest of Honor, discussed the technology that would come up in future. He also explained the cyclic process of Industry- Institute interaction and role of University as a linker. Dr K.L Thakral, Chancellor Oriental University, Indore acknowledged the guests and talked about the technologically rich and glorious past of ancient India.

Earlier, Steering Committee Program Chair, IEEE, Dr .Saraju P. Mohanty, University of North Texas, USA, had expressed desire that more Indians should participate as reviewers and the Country should surge ahead in such global activities. General Chair IEEE, Dr Dhruv Ghai, Prof.& Dean Oriental University, Indore, informed the audience, about the 3- day schedule of the present symposium on campus and also the upcoming symposium ISES’ 2018 to be held in Hyderabad. Technical Chair IEEE, Dr. Anirban Sengupta, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, discussed technical aspects of the present symposium, which comprises 70 technical presentations covering 6 technical tracks, and distributed over 23 sessions.

The inaugural ceremony entertained the dignitaries, with a movie showcasing Oriental campus & IEEE association and a brief cultural program interspersed with Indian culture. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Deepika Masand, Director OIST.

The 3 day opportunity exists on campus, to learn from 6 keynotes from world renowned scientists at IEEE-iNIS 2017: (1) Vijaykrishnan Narayan of Pennsylvania State University, USA, (2) Durga Misra of New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA, (3) Sri Parameswaran of University of New South Wales, Australia, (4) Garrett S. Rose of The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, (5) Ashok Srivastava of Louisiana State University, USA, and (6) Aviral Shrivastava of the Arizona State University, USA. 

Day one, the Keynote addresses were delivered by Dr. Vijaykrishnan Narayanan on ‘Third Eye: Visual Assist for Grocery Shopping’ and Dr Durga Misra on ‘Challenges and Converging Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology for Internet  of Things’. 

Six parallel sessions were conducted on campus and delegates & Oriental Fast pass students attended the same. A special event on IEEE- Young Professionals rounded off the program and students took active part in it.

Oriental Group is carrying the legacy of conduction of IEEE symposium, as it had conducted the I st IEEE symposium at Oriental University, Indore in 2015.