(Sponsored by AICTE) on 21st Oct 2017
Prof. Siba Kumar Udgata
Department of CSE, University of Hyderabad
Prof. Pabitra Mohan Khilar
Department of CSE, NIT, Rourkela
Dr. Manas Ranjan Kabat
Department of CSE, VSSUT, Burla
Dr. Sudip Misra
Department of CSE, IIT, Kharagpur
|21st Oct 2017|
|Room No : 218, GIFT, BBSR|
|Inaugural Ceremony :||10.00 A.M.|
|Session 1 :||10.30 A.M.|
|Session 2 :||11.30 A.M.|
|Lunch Break :||12.30 P.M. - 1.30 P.M.|
|Session 3 :||1.30 P.M.|
|Tea Break :||2.30 P.M. - 2.45 P.M.|
|Session 4 :||2.45 P.M.|
|Valediction :||3.45 P.M|
Prof. Sujit Kumar Panda
Ph. No : 7873008109
Prof. Smruti Ranjan Swain
Ph. No : 7873008170
Information gathering is a fast growing and challenging field in today’s world of computing. Sensors provide a cheap and easy
solution to these applications especially in the inhospitable and low-maintenance areas where conventional approaches prove to be
very costly. Networking of these unattended sensors is expected to have significant impact on the efficiency of many military and
civil applications, such as combat field surveillance, security and disaster management. Sensors in such systems are typically
disposable and expected to last until their energy drains.Load balancing can be used to extend the lifetime of a sensor network by
reducing energy consumption.
Load balancing using clustering can also increase network scalability. Wireless sensor networks with the nodes with different energy levels can prolong the network lifetime of the network and also its reliability. In wireless sensor network, clustering is used as an effective technique to achieve scalability, self-organization, power saving, channel access, routing etc. Lifetime of sensor nodes determines the lifetime of the network and is crucial for the sensing capability. Clustering is the key technique used to extend the lifetime of a sensor network. Clustering can be used for load balancing to extend the lifetime of a sensor network by reducing energy consumption. Load balancing using clustering can also increase network scalability. Wireless sensor network with the nodes with different energy levels can prolong the network lifetime of the network and also its reliability.
Gandhi Institute For Technology an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution, approved by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to BPUT, Odisha is a constituent college of revered Gandhi Group of Institutions, which pioneered quality technical education in East India. This thoroughbred from Gandhi Stable was established in 2007 at the outskirt of the City of Bhubaneswar. Sprawling over 15 Acres of lush green picturesque landscape, away from the hustle and bustle of city, it provides an ideal environment for learning and research. We have a well-furnished in- campus hostels for ladies and gents accommodating more than 700 students. The highly motivated faculties and the homely disciplined atmosphere of the college helps in character building of students and prepare them to face ordeals of life.Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) was established in 2007, at the beginning of the institute,
and offers undergraduate and post-graduate curriculum, based on the application and theoretical foundations of computer science.
Students are instructed by experienced faculty and well prepared for industry positions, competitive graduate programs, and
academic positions. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) offers B-tech in Computer Science & Engineering
and M-Tech in Computer Science & Engineering. CSE Dept. has higher no. of publications by faculties & students in reputed
international journals & conferences.
The department was accredited by NBA in the year 2015 for two years which was later extended by a year.