Conference on “Emerging Trends in MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS”

 

AJAY KUMAR GARG ENGINEERING COLLEGE

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Conference on “Emerging Trends in MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS”

(15-16 March 2013)

Mind-boggling growth of mobile communications technology as evidenced by widespread usage amongst all strata of society has nucleated intense research and development efforts all over the world. Consequently, all of us have experienced the convenience of new features and facilities that no one could ever foresee when this technology was invented by Bell Labs during the World War II.

Today, the topic forms part of the B.Tech and M.Tech engineering curriculum. In view of its compelling significance and far-reaching impact on society, the Electronics and Communications Engineering Department of the Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College is organizing a two-day Seminar on this interesting subject during 15-16 March 2013.

This seminar will provide a platform for teaching faculty of engineering colleges to present their research papers and update themselves with the recent technological developments in this exciting area of human innovation.

Technical Sessions will encompass entire spectrum of mobile communications. Besides Contributed Papers eminent knowledgeable experts from organizations like ITU, ISRO, BSNL, MTNL, ALTTC, IIT New Delhi, IETE and industry will deliver thought-provoking Invited talks. The event will provide unmatched exposure to the latest technological developments and a rare opportunity for cross-fertilization of ideas. Proceedings containing papers will be distributed to registered delegates.


DEADLINES

200-words abstract must be sent in advance before 1st January 2013 to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

3000-words manuscripts in Word format prepared as per IEEE format before: 1 February 2013.


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Enquiries may be addressed to:

Prof.  P.K. Chopra 9350 023 027

Conference Coordinator

HoD,

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering