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International Conference on Innovations in Computing Successfully Concludes at CGC Landran

Punjab Tribune Bureau | December 15, 2017 06:34 PM

CHANDIGARH: The two-day International Conference on Innovations in Computing (ICIC-2017) organised at Chandigarh Group Of Colleges (CGC) Landran concluded today. Organised by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering the conference provided a unique platform to distinguished researchers, academicians and international delegates to exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of computing-related technologies and applications.

The second day and final day of the two day conference saw key note addresses by Dr. Jitendra Virmani, CSIO, Chandigarh and Professor (Dr.) Indu Chhabra from Panjab University Chandigarh. Dr. Virmani shared insights on Medical Imaging Modalities For The Tissue Analysis while Dr. Chhabra enlightened the delegates on the upcoming research avenue of ‘Artificial Intelligence Using Neural Networks’.

The concluding day also comprised two parallel technical sessions where research scholars participating in the conference, presented their research. ICIC 2017 saw the presentation of a total of 30 research papers.

The valedictory session was graced by Dr. Deepak Wasan, Addl. Director, NIELIT, Ropar, the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour Dr. B S Bansod, Principal Scientist, CSIO, Chandigarh.  Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chairman, CGC Landran and Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal, President, CGC Landran thanked the august gathering and commended the efforts by the department in organising and successfully conducting the conference.


Towards the conclusion of the conference, best research paper awards were presented to the following: Upinder Kaur & Dr. Pushpa Suri for their paper titled ‘Fast  & Dynamic Privacy Preserving Multi Keyword Search over Encrypted Cloud Data’, Jaideep Atri & Shuchita Upadhyaya for their paper titled ‘Fuzzy logic based Analysis of Node Selection Criteria in Energy Efficient Multipath Routing’, Pradeep Singh, Jyotsna Sengupta and MR P.K. Suri for their paper titled, ‘A Review of Heuristic Algorithms for Server Consideration in Cloud Computing’ and Vijay Kumar Sinha, Dr. Anuj Kumar Gupta and Dr. Ravinder Khanna for their paper titled ‘ Detection of Iris Dilation on both Eyes as a Potential Biomarker for Fake Iris Detection’.

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