NoticeBard | Home

CfP: Conference on Recent Research in Advanced Computing @ SRM Institute, Ramapuram [Tamil Nadu, Apr 5]: Register by Apr 3

About the institution

SRM Institute of Science and Technology offers wide range of UG, PG and Doctoral program in Engineering, Management, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Humanities. Ramapuram Campus is in the heart of the city which is in close vicinity to Industrial Odds and commercial hotspots.

About the Conference

The objective of this conference is to bring together researchers and UG/PG Students to explore challenges, issues and opportunities in advanced computing, including distributed systems and recent trends in computer applications. This conference will analyse the emerging issues n recent research in advanced computing and provide a platform to publicise with the latest development in their respective fields.

Call for Papers

Papers are invited from research scholars, academicians and UG/PG students. Full papers not exceeding 6 pages prepared in IEEE format should be sent to the email id For each accepted paper to be published in the proceedings, at least one author of the paper to be published in the proceedings, at least one author of the paper has to register for the conference, also send 2 hard copies of the paper to THE CONVENER.


The topics of interest include but not limited to the following:

  1. Machine Learning
  2. Big Data Analytics
  3. Neural Networks
  4. Cloud Computing
  5. Block Chain
  6. Soft Computing
  7. Web Intelligence
  8. Ad-hoc & Sensor Networks
  9. Data Mining
  10. Mobile Computing
  11. Distributed Databases
  12. Grid Computing
  13. Image Processing
  14. Cyber Security

Faculty members and UG/PG students from Universities/college. Research Scholars.

Registration DetailsĀ 

Registration Fee is Rs. 1000/-. At least one of the authors of the selected paper should register and present the paper in the conference.


Phone: +044-30603191

For full details, visit the official website by clicking here.



Your email address will not be published.