Researchers and Scientists Discussed Latest Trends of “Signal Processing and Integrated Networks” at Amity

Nidhi Mishra updated on : 17 Feb 2016
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Researchers and Scientists from more than 21 Countries discuss latest trends of “Signal Processing and Integrated Networks” at Amity

Signal Processing and Integrated Networks” at Amit

Department of Engineering and Technology, Amity School of Engineering and Technology (ASET) together with Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE), USA inaugurated 3rd International Conference on “Signal Processing and Integrated Networks, SPIN-2016” at Amity University Campus by Dr. Patrick Gaydecki, Professor, Sensing, Imaging and Signal Processing Group, University of Manchester, Dr. Rangraj M. Rangayyan, Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and an Adjunct Professor of Surgery and Radiology, University of Calgary, Canada and Dr. B Shukla- Vice Chancellor, Amity University

Dr.  K Dutta, Joint Acting Head, Amity School of Engineering& Technology (ASET), Prof. (Dr.) Abhay Bansal- Head of Department of Computer Science & Engineering inaugurated the Conference.

Welcoming the distinguished gathering, Prof. (Dr.) K. M. Soni, Deputy Dean, Domain Engineering and Technology, Amity University stated that Conferences like SPIN enrich the knowledge of the students beyond classroom teaching and groom them as per the industry.

Prof. M K Dutta, while sharing his views and welcoming all National and International Delegates, said that SPIN has grown in stature with every passing year and stressed that SPIN 2016 has attracted participation from 25States of India and many countries worldwide. He highlighted that the Conference would comprise of interesting and engrossing sessions on Network Security, Networking, Bio-Signalling, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Speed Processing and others. He expressed his hope that the Conference will lead to meaningful and sustainable results.

The two day International Conference aims to bring together Scientists, Academicians and Industrialists working in the field of Signal Processing and Integrated Networks to discuss new ideas and promote new ideas, results and techniques. Scientists and researchers from USA, UK, Germany, Canada, Spain, China, Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand, France, Norway, Oman, South Africa, Czech Republic, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Austria, Finland, and Denmark are presenting their technical papers.

 

Source: Aarti Goyal, HT Campus Specialist

 

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