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BANGALORE: T John Institute of Technology organised a two-day national conference on ‘RATE 2012’ - Recent Advances in Technology and Engineering in the college campus recently. The confe

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Lamp lighting ceremony at the inaugural function of T John Institute of Technology | express photo

BANGALORE: T John Institute of Technology organised a two-day national conference on ‘RATE 2012’ - Recent Advances in Technology and Engineering in the college campus recently.

The conference was organised by the Department of Computer Science/Information Science and Engineering along with the Department of MCA. Santosh Mallya, general manager of HCL Technologies was present at the event. The function was presided over by Dr Thomas P John, chairman of T John Group of Institutions.

The conference was aimed to bring together researchers and experts from various emerging fields of science and technology to exchange and share their experiences. New ideas and research results about the recent advances in the field of Engineering and Technology as well as practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted were also discussed during the conference.

The objective of the conference was to cover a broad spectrum of topics, such as wireless systems, mobile computing, cloud and grid computing and artificial intelligence.

Academicians, research scholars and students from institutions all over the country participated in the conference and presented research papers on various topics.

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