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CfP: Two Days National Workshop on Internet of Things @ GIET, Bhubaneswar [Sep 28-29]: Submit by Sep 10

About University

Gandhi Institute for Education and Technology (GIET) is situated on the Southern belt of the capital city of Odisha, Bhubaneswar. It is established in the year 2009 with the most promising task of imparting high-quality technical education to its students. It is also an ISO 9001:2008 certified Institute with the approval of AICTE, New Delhi, Govt. of India and affiliation from BPUT Rourkela, Govt. Of Odisha.

About Conference

The Internet of Things has become a central research area with a broad reach across many fields in information technology and adjacent domains. The vision for the Internet of Things has always been the creation of complex interacting systems that allows for seamless information exchange between physical and digital objects.

Thanks to the wide availability of smartphones, not only companies but also consumers are part of this networked world. This interconnectivity together with large-scale data processing, machine learning, robotics, and new fabrication techniques lead to a transfer of innovation and business patterns from the digital space into the physical world indicating that we are at the brink of another industrial revolution.

Call for Papers

Papers from researchers describing their original and unpublished research work based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below-mentioned topics, but not limited to, are solicited for presentation and publication in the Workshop.

I Smart Home
Cyber Security

For the detailed list of topics, Click here.

Important Dates

Paper registration open: 20th July
Paper Submission Deadline: 20th September.

Registration Details

Students: Rs. 1500
Faculty: Rs. 2500.

*Including Conference kit, Lunch, Refreshment and Hospitality.

Contact Details

Prof. Nilamadhab Mishra
Phone:06755 243602

For full details visit the official website by clicking here.


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