International Conference on Advance Computing (ICAC 2008)

Venue: ACM Ground, Anuradha Engineering College

Location: Buldana, Maharashtra, India

Event Date/Time: Feb 21, 2008 End Date/Time: Feb 22, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 10, 2008
Paper Submission Date: Feb 09, 2008
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The ACM Students` Chapter is organizing the International Conference on Advance Computing '08 (ICAC).

The main Objective of the Conference are:

1. Provide a platform to engineers, academicians, budding research scholars, Ph.D. scholars of various Engineering Colleges/ Universities/ Institutes to show case their research in field of education in the field of education and develop aptitude for writing technical papers.

2. Provide a platform to academicians, professionals, researchers to discuss the future direction of research and discuss new technologies, which can be helpful in research.

3. Networking the professionals from various Sectors with academic institutions for better education and work flow.

The conference is open to all the undergraduate, post-graduate, PhD, Researchers, Faculty and practicing engineers irrespective of their disciplines. The participants from all the disciplines are invited to showcase the latest advances in their respective disciplines. All papers related to Computing and other related Technologies shall be accepted for registration.

GOOD NEWS: Now you can present your paper in the Conference in your absence too. Further information regarding this provision shall be provided in the Web site very soon.

Important Dates:

Submission of Abstract Open : October 8, 2007

Submission of Abstract End : January 10, 2008

AcceptanceNotification@ : January 13, 2007

Registration along with D.D. Open :January 14, 2008

Registration along with D.D. End* : February 9, 2008

Full Paper Submission : February 9, 2008

*Late Registration from 10th Feb, 2008 to 20th of Feb, 2008 with late fees of Rs 200.00

@ The acceptance notifications may also be dispatched before January 13th, 2008 as per the decisions of the review committee. The selected papers shall be displayed on the web site on 13th Jan, 2008 at 5:30 pm.

Advent’ Edge:

Best paper awards in each category as well as zonal wise are sponsored by Industry.

The winners shall receive Winners` Certificates along with attractive prizes.

All the registered participants irrespective of whether their paper is selected or not shall be provided with Participation Certificates.

Participants have to register for the ACM® International Conference by initially sending an abstract of the Paper along with the registration form via e-mail. No full-paper should be sent in the initial correspondence. The abstract and the registration form should be sent via e-mail to the following e-mail:

Once we receive the abstract and the registration form via e-mail, we shall send the paper to the review committee. If selected for the conference, the ACM Council shall send you an Congratulatory Letter/ Selection Intimation. On receiving the acknowledgement letter, you should dispatch the Demand Draft to the mentioned address and the full paper should be sent via e-mail at:

The Demand Draft should be accompanied by a copy of the original registration form.

The D.D. should be sent via POST at the following address:

Prof. K.H. Walse,
Head of Department, C.S.E
Convenor, ICAC `08
Dept. of Computer Science and Engg.
Anuradha Engg. College,
Maharashtra, INDIA

The D.D. should be in the favour of “The Convenor, ICAC”.

Download the template for the ABSTRACT from this link:

Download the Registration form from the following link:

Download the low resolution Conference Poster from this link: copy.jpg

The Expert Speakers on the International Conference shall be several prominent research people and academicians pertaining from domain of Computation and Electronics.
The names of the few people who is going to deliver the guest lectures are as follows:

Keynote Speaker

Prof. Dr. D. Naidu
Research Scholar
IIT, Kharagpur

Expert Lectures

Prof. Dr. S. V. Agarkar
Domain Expert
Chemical Engineering

The phone numbers of the ACM Core Council shall be uploaded very soon.

For the time being all the queries can be forwarded to the following address:

Prof. S.J. Alaspurkar
Conference Co-Convenor
ACM Staff Advisor

Mr. Chandragupta Borkotoky


Chikhli, Buldana, Maharashtra, India

Additional Information

Getting There: By Air : Currently Aurangabad (Chikalthana, Maharashtra, 134km) is the nearest Air port for Chikhli. It can be reached from New Delhi and Mumbai (Bombay), international airport. Indian airlines as well as Jet Airways have daily flight to Aurangabad from New Delhi and Mumbai. By Rail: Bhusaval Junction is the best place to drop in for Chikhli if you like Rail journey. It is centre point of all major railway stations of India and which is (Just 128kms from Chikhli) as Second largest depot of railways in entire Asia. All Super Fast, express, mail and passenger trains stops at Bhusaval. You can check online status of availability of reservation on Indian railways official website. From Bhusaval, you can pick up Taxi/ state transport department bus to reach Chikhli. ByRoad: Chikhli is connected to all major cities and towns by good roads. It is situated on Nagpur- Pune State Highway. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation runs ordinary and luxury buses from here to Aurangabad (134 kms), Mumbai (450 kms), Nagpur (450 kms), Pune (350 kms). Ajanta Caves (80 kms), Elora Caves (145 kms). Ajanta Caves: The first Buddhist cave monuments at Ajanta date from the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C. During the Gupta period (5th and 6th centuries A.D.) AJANTA is world's greatest historical monument recognised by UNESCO far near from Chikhli city of Maharashtra, India. Way back in1819, a party of British army officers on a tiger hunt in the forest of western Deccan, suddenly spotted their prey, on the far side of a loop in the Waghora river. High up on the horseshoe- shaped cliff, the hunting party saw the tiger, silhouetted against the carved façade of a cave. On investigating, the officers discovered a series of carved caves, each more dramatic than the other. Hewn painstakingly as monsoon retreats or varshavasas for Buddhist monks, the cave complex was continuously lived in from 200 BC to about AD650. There are thirty caves, including some unfinished ones. Of the Ajanta caves, five are chaityas or prayer halls and the rest are viharas or monasteries. There are 30 caves in Ajanta of which 9, 10, 19, 26 and 29 are chaitya-grihas and the rest are monasteries. These caves were discovered in AD 1819 and were built up in the earlier 2nd century BC-AD. Most of the paintings in Ajanta are right from 2nd century BC-AD and some of them about the fifth century AD and continued for the next two centuries. All paintings shows heavy religious influence and centre around Buddha, Bodhisattvas, incidents from the life of Buddha and the Jatakas. The paintings are executed on a ground of mud-plaster in the tempera technique. Ellora: A mere 30 kms. from the city are the equally impressive Ellora caves. What makes this group of 34 caves temples unique is that they are dedicated to 3 different religions - Hinduism, Buddhism & Jainism. One of its key attractions is the monumental Kailas Temple - the largest single monolithic structure in the world. Khuldabad: 3kms. from Ellora Lies Khuldabad - literally 'heavenly abode'. The final resting place of Emperor Aurangzeb, this walled town was once an important center. Bani Begam Gardens: 24 kms. from Aurangabad, you can find the tomb of Bani Begam - companion to one of Aurganzeb's sons. It lies amidst sprawling landscaped gardens, interspersed with fluted pillars, elegant domes and aesthetic fountains - showcasing the splendid architecture of the times.