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MNNIT's Students' Conference on Engineering and Systems

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Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad, is organising Students' Conference on Engineering and Systems, SCES-2014, Co-sponsored by IEEE Joint Society Chapter of IE/PEL/CS under IEEE UP Section( Under Process ) and

Conference Objectives and Scope:
The objective of SCES-2014 is to encourage sharing research and development works describing original work on theories, methodologies, abstractions, algorithms, industry applications and case studies with others. Conference aims to enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster integrity in science and engineering and promote the researcher's understanding of science for the purpose of improving technology. These include advancement in methods of modeling, simulation, design and control of engineering systems, new technological development, advance devices, energy efficiency, system sciences, computational systems, etc. with the aim of promoting technological growth as per current needs. The conference also provides a common platform for the exchange of ideas, sharing of knowledge and experience among the participants and experts from academia and industries, to benefit the budding engineers and researchers.

Best Paper Award(BPA):
Each track will have two BPA, one for UG and other for PG. Papers for BPA will be judged by the technical committee experts.

First author of the paper must be a student.

Important dates:

  • Submission of full paper must be done by 31st January, 2014.
  • Paper acceptance notification will be available on 1st April, 2014.
  • Submission of final paper with registration must be done by 15th April, 2014.
  • At least one student author of the accepted paper must register on or before 15th April 2014.

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