International Conference on Resource Utilisation and Intelligent Systems (INCRUIS 2006)
Venue: Kongu Engineering College
|Event Date/Time: Dec 24, 2004|
|Abstract Submission Date: Mar 04, 2005|
|Paper Submission Date: Jul 01, 2005|
To enhance research and innovative design concepts for exchange of thoughts universally.
The controls in research utilisation have become obvious. The intelligent systems have made a big impact on compactness, user-friendliness and energy efficiency. The fusion of these is expected to open up many avenues.
The contentsof the programme will include theoretical, numerical and experimental results that enhance original research and innovative design concepts for exchange of thoughts universally. In addition critical reviews and useful surveys will also be considered. Studies in related areas such as sensors and embedded systems, robotics, GPS and GIS with potential application are encouraged.
Keynote Addresses will be delivered by eminent personalities on the emerging trends in the respective fields.
Provides an opportunity to undergraduate, graduate students, research scholars and industrialists to present their novel ideas, views and findings. Contribute papers that describe original research output, applications and developments that have not been presented elsewhere previously.
The Conference Exposition is aimed at bringing together intellectuals and entrepreneurs from different walks of academics and business under a common roof for constructive interaction and development. It will showcase to the world community, the latest and the most advanced Technology in Science and Engineering fields.
DISPLAY OF PRODUCTS BY INDUSTRY
Many Industry leaders and pioneers from various segments of the industry are expected to participate in the Conference Expo. Highly reputed Research Centers and Laboratories apart from industries are expected to take part. Companies are expected to present their products in the exhibition, for four days to a clientele ranging from renowned professors and Industry Executives, to college students and the common man.