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International Meet on Advances in Computing Begins

Published: 28th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th August 2014 02:30 AM   |  A+A-

M-L-Kothari

KAKKAND:  The fourth international conference on Advances in Computing and Communications was inaugurated by M L Kothari, FNAE, Power Grid Chair Professor, IIT Delhi, at the Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology  (RSET), here on Wednesday. 

In his inaugural address, Kothari talked on the  problem of voltage stability of a power system which has been the subject of concern over the last two decades. He also laid stress on the measures to be taken to avoid power wastage.  

RSET director Fr Antony Kariyil CMI presided over the function.  RSET Principal A UnniKrishnan welcomed the gathering.

The conference was overviewed by Mathew Palackal of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA and Priyesh Gopalakrishnan, associate director, Cognizant, Kochi.   The three-day conference aims at providing an opportunity for interaction between students, researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry in the fields of Computer Science, Information Technology and Electronics.

There will be three parallel technical sessions organised along with the conference, which provides a venue for presenting innovative ideas.

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