American and Brazilian researchers participated in International conference on ‘Intelligent Circuits and Systems’ at LPU Campus


Jalandhar: The School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) of Lovely Professional University (LPU) organized the second two-day international conference on Intelligent Circuits and Systems (ICICS 2018) at LPU Campus. The aim was to provide an exceptional platform for academic, research and industrial communities to gain awareness about emerging technologies in the area of electronics. Renowned American researcher Prof (Dr) Harpreet Singh from Wayne State University, USA, urged LPU students and other participants to use the knowledge of science for the betterment of society. Prof (Dr) Hugo, University of Campinas, Brazil, guided students on emerging technologies and parallel relationship between technologies both the countries.

During the massive proceedings of the conference, emphasis was laid on the active participation of young minds in the active research and their application in day to day life. One of the conclusion was that through these endeavors a common man can be benefitted maximum through the proper utilization of science. Welcoming the American and Brazilian researchers at the campus, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal congratulated all participants, organizing team and students for bringing research findings for the common usage of the society.

Prof (Dr) Harpreet Singh, Dean Wayne State University, USA, presenting his research paper to the students said, “Research is based between 0 and 1 the binary numbers”. He urged students to send their research papers in renowned journals so as to get the maximum out of your research. He further extending his gratitude towards LPU said that he look forward to having researchers from LPU in our university by signing the official MoU.

One of the interesting papers presented by Dr Hugo E. Hernandez-Figueoa, University of Campinas, Brazil based on the importance of ‘Internet of Things’ (IOT) was much related to the present time which clearly indicated to all and sundry that IoT (Internet of Things) deployment is increasing. As many as 50 billion devices and objects could be connected to the internet for extraordinary opportunities by 2020. The researchers are working hugely on different pillars including Network Connectivity, Computing, Security, Data Analytics and more to unify cyber and physical security to deliver all kinds of operational benefits. He informed that India and Brazil, both countries are seeking for the advancement in technology, both as developing nations are moving ahead in a better direction.

With a great participation of delegates from academia and industry, the conference proved a huge success where participants presented their individual and collective findings and research works. More than 250 research papers were presented by authors from national and international institutions.