Best Paper Awards OWT 2018

 a) Optical Technologies

1. Rashmita Sahoo, Palanisamy Shanmugam and Sanjay Sahu (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)

Title : Impact of air-sea interface effects and bubble and particulate scattering on underwater light field distribution: An implication to underwater wireless optical communication system

2. Anupam Ghosh, Shyam Murli Manohar Dhar Dwivedi and Aniruddha Mondal (National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India)

Title: Trap-assisted enlarged photoresponsivity of Er-doped In2O3 thin films

 

b) Wireless Technologies

1. Arti Sharma (Malaviya National Institute of Technology & Malaviya National Institute of Technology, India); Mohammad Salim (Malaviya National Institute of Technology, India)

Title: Performance evaluation of polar code for ultra reliable and low latency applications of 5G New radio

2. Arun Pant (PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Jabalpur, India); Lalit Kumar (PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, India); Manoj Singh Parihar (IIITDM, India)

Title: Investigation of Non-linear Effects in Electronically Pattern Reconfigurable Hexagon shaped Loop Antenna

 

OWT2017 – Conference Program

 

Registration: 8:00am – 8:45am, March 18th 2017

Conference First Day: March 18th, 2017 (Saturday)

 

S.No.

Timing

Event

Remark

01

9:00am-10:30am

Inaugural event

02

10:30am-11:15am

High Tea Break/Poster Presentation (P1)

03

11:15am-11:45am

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Paolo Minzioni, University of Pavia, Italy

04

11:45am – 12:15am

Sponsor presentation

Platinum Sponsor (VIAVI, Agmatel)

05

12:15am – 12:45am

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Signag Yang, Tsinghua University China

06

12:45am – 1:05pm

Sponsor presentation

Gold Sponsor (JV Micronics)

07

1:05pm – 1:25pm

Sponsor presentation

Gold Sponsor (Keysight Technologies)

08

1:30pm – 2:45pm

Conference Lunch Break

09

2:45pm – 4:15pm

Technical Session-1

A1: Optical Technologies-1

A2: Optical Technologies-2

A3: Wireless Technologies-1

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna-2

10

4:15pm – 5:00pm

Tea Break/Poster Presentation (P2)

11

5:00pm – 6:00pm

Technical Session-2

A5: Optical Technologies-3

A6: Optical Technologies-4

A7: Wireless Technologies-3

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna-4

 

Conference Second Day: March 19th, 2017 (Sunday)

 

S.No.

Timing

Event

Remark

01

9:00am-9:30am

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Tawfik Ismail, Cairo University, Egypt

02

9:30am-10:00am

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Hossam Selmy, Cairo University, Egypt

03

10:00am-10:10am

Sponsor presentation

Silver Sponsor (Eigen Technologies)

04

10:10am-10:20am

Sponsor presentation

Silver Sponsor (Fiber optic services)

05

10:20am-10:30am

Sponsor presentation

Silver Sponsor (Sridutt Technologies)

06

10:30am-11:15am

High Tea Break

07

11:15am-11:45am

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Manish Methew, CEERI Pilani

08

11:45am-12:15pm

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Ayan Bandopadhyay, CEERI Pilani

09

12:15pm-12:45pm

Invited Speaker Talk

Dr. Debashis Pal, CEERI Pilani

09

12:45pm – 12:55pm

Sponsor presentation

Silver Sponsor (Rohde & Schwarz)

10

12:55pm – 1:05pm

Sponsor presentation

Silver Sponsor (Photon Design)

11

1:15pm – 2:15pm

Conference Lunch Break

12

2:15pm-4:15pm

Technical Session-3

B1: Optical Technologies-5

B2: Wireless Technologies-5

B3: Antenna Engg./General Scientific trends-1

13

4:15pm – 5:00pm

Tea Break

14

5:00pm – 6:00pm

Technical Session-4

B4: Optical Technologies-6

B5: Wireless Technologies-6

B6: Antenna Engg./General Scientific trends-2

15

6:00pm – 6:30pm

Certificate/Receipt Collections

 

Presentation Hall/Seminar Details: (All rooms/spaces are located in Prabha Bhawan, MNIT Jaipur)

 

S.No.

Venue

Technical Session/Other Programs

01

MNIT Auditorium

Inuagral Event, All invited expert talks, Sponsors Presentations

02

NKN-1, First Floor

A1, A5, B1, B4

03

NKN-2, Second Floor

A2, A6, B2, B5

04

Malaviya Sabhagaar

A3, A7, B3, B6

05

CCC Lab-I

A4, A8

06

Exhibition Space

Registration, Poster Presentation, Sponsor stalls, All Tea Breaks

07

MNIT Guest House

LUNCH

 

  • Authors are requested to follow their presentation slots strictly with prepration of PPT slides/oral talks, to be covered in 10 minutes (Maximum).
  • Accommodation for requesting invited speakers, sponsors, authors and attendees shall be done at MNIT Guest Houses (I and II) and student hostels (on payment and availability basis).
  • Presentation by Authors via SKYPE session shall be as per in allotted listed categories (A1, A2, B1 and B2) and as per time slots.

 

 

International Conference on Optical and Wireless Technologies (OWT-2017)

Presentation Schedule

 

S. No.

Paper Title

Full Name

Date

Session

1

Performance Analysis of Atmospheric Conditions over Terrestrial Free Space Optical Communication

Ms. Vaishali Anil Kumar

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

2

Design and Analysis of Spiral Photonic Crystal Fiber giving Ultra Flattened Dispersion for C+L+U Band

Ms. Julie Devi

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

3

A new technique to construct Zero cross correlation code for SAC-OCDMA

Dr. Ravi Kumar Maddila

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

4

Design of Octagonal and Decagonal lattice Photonic Crystal Fiber for achieving Ultra Low flattened dispersion

Ms. Amritveer Kaur

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

5

A Dielectric Resonator Inspired Displacement Sensor

Dr. Praveen A.V.

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

6

Transmission Properties of Hexagon Solid Core PCF Filled with Lower Refractive Index Liquid

Ms. Shalini Singh

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

7

Design and Analysis of Rhombus Shaped Dual Core Propylene Glycol filled PCF

Ms. Neha Kumari

18-Mar-17

A1: Optical Technologies

8

High sensitive Fiber Bragg grating sensor for different Temperature Application

Mr. Manish Kumar

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

9

Mach-Zehnder Interferometer based 3-bit All-Optical sequence detector

Dr. Rakesh Ranjan

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

10

Improving Dynamic Range Of RoF System Using Dual Drive Mach-Zehnder Modulator

Dr. Joseph Zacharias

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

11

Positioning LED Panel for Uniform Illuminance in Indoor VLC System using Whale Optimization

Dr. Ravi Kumar Maddila

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

12

A Novel Method for Distortion Suppression in Radio Over Fiber Communication Systems Using FBG

Dr. N. Vijaykumar

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

13

Wireless Over Fiber Access Architecture for Providing Broadband Services

Dr. Pradeep R.

18-Mar-17

A2: Optical Technologies

14

Performance of Digital Communication System over OWDP Fading Channels

Ms. Suparna Goswami

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

15

Network Selection by Vertical Handoff in Heterogeneous Vehicular Network using Fuzzy MADM-TOPSIS

Ms. Sangama Bhadouria

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

16

ENL-AODV: Energy and Load Based Routing Protocol in Ad-Hoc Networks

Mr. Manu Elappila

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

17

Resource Allocation at MAC to provide QoS for Cognitive Radio Networks

Dr. Kalpana Naidu

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

18

Resilient network and Loop Free forwarding using Time Synchronization

Ms. Tunisha Varshney

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

19

A Novel Triple Band Pass Frequency Selective Surface for the Proliferation the Performance of WiMax and WLAN 2.5 / 3.5 /5.5 GHz

Ms. Monika Garg

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

20

A Compact Dual-band Frequency Selective Surface for Gain Enhancement of a Dual-band Antenna

Ms. Adeline Mellita

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

21

Compact Olympic Ring shaped Planar Antenna for K band Applications

Ms. Ushaben Keshwala

18-Mar-17

A3: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

22

A Triple Band Reject Frequency Selective Surface for Broadband Applications

Ms. Shweta Garg

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

23

Compressed Sensing based Network Lifetime Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Networks

Mr. Prateek Dolas

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

24

Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication - A Vertical Handover Algorithm based on Vehicle Speed

Dr. Prem Chand Jain

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

25

Challenges and Issues in Implementation of Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks

Ms. Rubal Bansal

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

26

C code Conversion Based Approach for Brain Tumor Detection Using Shannon and Non-Shannon Entropy Measures

Mr. Maninder Nehra

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

27

Microstrip Line Geometric Variation consequences for Linear Parameters of Microwave Amplifiers

Mr. Mahavir Singh

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

28

A Novel Image Steganography & Steganalysis Technique based on Pattern Searching

Mr. Surya Srivastava

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

29

Design of Five Band Microstrip Antenna for Radar and Satellite Communications

Mr. Abhinav Deshpande

18-Mar-17

A4: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

30

Digitized RoF technique for multiservice fiber radio systems

Dr. Pradeep R.

18-Mar-17

A5: Optical Technologies

31

Study of microstructure and microhole fabrication on PDMS by femtosecond laser direct writing technique for development of miniaturized photonic devices

Ms. Sanyogita Singh

18-Mar-17

A5: Optical Technologies

32

A novel approach to realize of all optical frequency encoded dibit based XOR and XNOR logic gates using optical switches with simulated verification

Mr. Bitan Ghosh

18-Mar-17

A5: Optical Technologies

33

First-Principle Calculations of Optical Properties of LiInTe2 at Different Pressures

Mr. Satish Chandra

18-Mar-17

A5: Optical Technologies

34

A Top-Down Approach for Fabrication of Nanorods on GaN based LEDs using Self Assembled Ni

Ms. Alka Jakhar

18-Mar-17

A5: Optical Technologies

35

MgO doped Lithium Niobate waveguides based All Optical Modulator

Mr. Sanjay Sharma

18-Mar-17

A6: Optical Technolgies

36

Optimized 2×1 Multiplexer based on Reversible Logic using Titanium indiffused Lithium Niobate channel waveguides

Mr. Harsh Kumar

18-Mar-17

A6: Optical Technolgies

37

All optical frequency encoded D and T flip-flops using SOA

Dr. Smita Hazra

18-Mar-17

A6: Optical Technolgies

38

Performance Improvement in Inter-satellite Optical Wireless Communication to Mitigate Losses Using Diversity Technique

Ms. Guddan Kumari

18-Mar-17

A6: Optical Technolgies

39

Tunable Plasmon Induced Transparency in a Phased Coupled Graphene Sheet and Ribbons

Ms. Sara Khazaee

18-Mar-17

A6: Optical Technolgies

40

Design of a Spiral Shaped Slotted Multiband Antenna

Ms. Bhanu Priya Kumawat

18-Mar-17

A7: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

41

Highly Selective, Closely Spaced Triple Band Frequency Selective Surface for the Intensification in the Performance of WiMax and WLAN 2.5 / 3.5 /5.5 GHz

Ms. Darakshanda Noor

18-Mar-17

A7: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

42

A Small Monopole W-Shaped Antenna for UWB & X Band Applications with Band Notch for WiMAX

Mr. Ashish Chaudhary

18-Mar-17

A7: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

43

Design a Slotted Microstrip Patch Antenna at 60 GHz for Millimeter Wave Mobile Communication

Ms. Jyoti Saini

18-Mar-17

A7: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

44

Analysis of OFDM-MIMO with BPSK Modulation and Different Antenna Configurations Using Alamouti STBC

Mr. Sanjay Deshmukh

18-Mar-17

A7: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

45

Copy-Move detection using gray level run length matrix features

Ms. Saba Mushtaq

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

46

DOA Estimation of Coherent Sources Using QPSO in WSN

Dr. Trilochan Panigrahi

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

47

A Silver Coated Scheme for Detection and Prevention against Vampire Attack in Wireless Sensor Network

Ms. Richa Kumari

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

48

Location Based Services: Current State of Art and Future Prospects

Dr. Rajalakshmi Krishnamurthi

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

49

Comparatively Roger RT/Duriod 6006 Dielectric- material Enhance Bandwidth of Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna

Mr. Birendra Pandey

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

50

Investigations Into Polarisations In Dielectric Resonator Antenna

Mr. Ashok Kumar

18-Mar-17

A8: Wireless Technologies/Antenna

51

WDM based visible light communication system

Mr. Anil Jangir

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

52

A Study on Inter-Cell Subcarrier Collisions due to Random Access Energy Detector Based Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radios

Ms. Rashmi Verma

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

53

Photonic Crystal Fiber: A Review

Ms. Priyanka Sidhar

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

54

Narrow Spectral Width Laser Light Communication With Single Mode Fiber and Free Space Optics

Ms. Priyanka Mohan Yadav

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

55

Analysis of Reconfigurability Issues by using optical network

Prof. Dr. K. V. S. S. Sairam

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

56

An optimized design of single mode photonic crystal fiber using finite difference time domain method

Ms. Divya Singh

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

57

An Encapsulation Modelling Approach For Simulation of IEEE 802.11b Local Area Network Using Wireless Networking Uniy Based On NS-2 Tool

Mr. Piyush Vyas

18-Mar-17

P1: Poster Session 1

58

A Classification of Emotion and Gender Using Local Biorthogonal Binary Pattern from Detailed Wavelet Coefficient Face Image

Mr. Kamaljeet Kalsi

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

59

Layered Software Defined Networking Architecture

Mr. Sudarshan Maurya

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

60

A Comprehensive Analysis of Various Community Detection Algorithm

Ms. Gunjan Bhalala

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

61

Study of Electromagnetic Radiation Effects on Human Body And Reduction Techniques

Mr. Rupesh Acharya

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

62

GPS Aided AODV routing protocol for MANET

Mr. Bhupendra Parmar

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

63

2D Radar Using LABVIEW

Mr. Ravikumar Jain

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

64

Design and Simulation Four Port Router using Verilog HDL

Ms. Avantika Kumari

18-Mar-17

P2: Poster Session 2

65

Quantum Well Width Effect on Intraband Optical Absorption in Type-II InAs/AlSb Nano-scale Heterostructure

Ms. Nisha Yadav

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

66

BER Comparison of OFDM System with the mapping of Different Modulation techniques over conventional modulation technique

Ms. Mandvi Bhardwaj

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

67

Magneto-Optical Tuning of Refractive Index for Bidispersed Ferrofluid

Mr. Keyur Khatsuriya

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

68

MCPCF Solid Core Adapted with MGDM Optical MIMO Communication System

Mr. Nashwan Al saman

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

69

Multi-material Photonic Crystal Fiber in MIR region for Broadband Supercontinuum Generation

Ms. Shruti Kalra

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

70

Survey on FSO Communication System: Limitations and Enhancement Techniques

Ms. Essar Farooq

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

71

Measurement of Parameters of Frequency Locked Two Mirror Laser Resonator

Ms. Aarathy E r

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

72

Slow-light Enhanced Second Harmonic Generation in Lithium Niobate Photonic Crystal Waveguides

Ms. Zaineb Gharsallah

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

73

Constructive Interference Based Optical Fiber Sensor For Acoustic Wave Detection

Mr. Ravikumar Jain

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

74

Design of Cavity Coupled Delay Line Michelson Interferometer for Generation of Phase Shift Keyed (PSK) Signal

Ms. Neha Anil Patil

19-Mar-17

B1: Optical Technologies

75

Localization Independent Aspects of Topology Control in Wireless Sensor Networks

Dr. Tarun Dubey

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

76

Application of Analog Electronic Circuits in Secure Communication: A Review

Mr. Manish Thukral

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

77

Enhancing QoS for Multimedia Services using Mobility-aware Bandwidth Estimation Algorithm in MANETs

Mr. Lokesh Sharma

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

78

Magnetic Field Line Based Node Deployment Strategy for Wireless Sensor Networks

Mr. Vipin Pal

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

79

A Block S-Random Interleaver (BSRI) for Short length frames for Turbo Code

Ms. Aarti Sharma

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

80

Soil Backscatter Measurement using Ultra Wideband (Impulse) Radar

Mr. Shiva Munnalal Vaishya

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

81

Review of Defense from Denial of Service Attack on WiFi

Mr. Pramod Kumar

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

82

Design investigation and parametric assessment of rectangular microstrip antenna

Mr. Ratansing Naryibhai Patel

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

83

Evaluation: Theoretical vs Practical Standard of the 802. 11n

Dr. Octavio Salcedo Parra

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

84

Evaluation of Rate Matching of Turbo Code for 3GPP LTE System

Ms. Mais Falah

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

85

A Review on Koch Fractal Antenna For Wearable Purpose

Ms. Ritu Mathur

19-Mar-17

B2: Wireless Technologies

86

Techniques to detect Clickjacking Vulnerability in Web Pages

Ms. Priya Jyotiyana

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

87

Invisible Image Watermarking by DWT-HUFFMAN-EZW Methodology

Ms. Vipra Bohara

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

88

Tri Band Microstrip Patch Antenna for C, X and Ku Band Applications

Mr. Abhinav Deshpande

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

89

A Design of Compact Planar Active Integrated Inverted-F Antenna (AI-PIFA) for Mobile Handsets

Mr. Ashok Gundumalla

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

90

Dual Band Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna design for RF energy harvesting

Ms. Jyoti Jain

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

91

A Reconfigurable Microstrip Antenna with Defected Ground Structure for Radio Applications

Mr. Harshal Nigam

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

92

Design of H-Shaped Microstrip Antenna Using HFSS

Mr. Akash Chauhan

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

93

Performance Analysis of Electric Vehicle Motor Controller with Different Controllers

Ms. Surabhi Agrawal

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

94

Compact Triple-Band Stubs Loaded Rectangular Monopole Antenna for WiMAX/WLAN Applications

Mr. Ashok Kumar

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

95

An Efficient and Robust Palm Print Recognition System

Ms. Sunmeet Kaur

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

96

Aspect Oriented Approach for Security Hardening of Code

Mr. Mohammad Khalid Pandit

19-Mar-17

B3: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

97

Nanocavity-Coupled Waveguide Photonic Crystal Biosensor for Detection of Hemoglobin Concentration in Blood

Ms. Shivani Ameta

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

98

Design analysis and Optical absorption of Silicon Nanocones for Solar Cells Applications

Ms. Neha Singh

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

99

PMMA Optical Fibre as a Concentration Meter

Ms. Navneet Kaur

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

100

Transmission Performance of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) based Radio-over-Fiber for Broadband wireless access in the presence of channel nonlinearities

Mr. Raman Jee

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

101

Optical Investigation of Cu diffusion Depth in LiNbO3 Crystals under High-Temperature Treatment

Dr. Ghanshyam Singh

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

102

Optical Properties of Photonic Crystal Fiber

Mr. Ashish Ghunawat

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

103

Generation and Analysis of Arbitrary Microwave Signal through Lithium Niobate(〖LiNbO〗_3) Mach-Zehnder Modulator(MZM)

Mr. Nimish Srivastava

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

104

Design Optimization of a highly birefringent and highly nonlinear Silicon Photonic Crystal Fiber

Mr. Ashish Ghunawat

19-Mar-17

B4: Optical Technologies

105

Design and Simulation of Monopole Patch Antenna for WiMax, ISM, WLAN and C-Band Applications using Stripline Feeding

Ms. Geetika Bhati Mathur

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

106

Design and Simulation of 3.5 GHz Monopole Patch Antenna for Citizens Broadband Radio Receiver

Ms. Geetika Bhati Mathur

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

107

Prostate Cancer Detection Using Multi-resolution Wavelet Analysis

Mr. Vaibhav Khanna

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

108

Integrated Wireless SDR Platform for aircrafts: A Cognitive Radio System implementation

Mr. Harikrishna Warrier

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

109

Improved Detection Technique For Black-Hole Attack in AODV Routing Protocol

Ms. Nivedita Leo

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

110

A Triangular Patch Antenns for WiMax, WLAN, Mobile and Fixed Services

Ms. Anshul Jain

19-Mar-17

B5: Wireless Technolgies

111

A monopole antenna with reconfigurable notched characteristics from WLAN-band notched UWB to ITU-band notched UWB antenna

Mr. Dinesh Yadav

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

112

A Comparative Investigation of Microstrip Patch Antenna using FR-4/RT-Duroid/RO3003 Materials for Bluetooth and WLAN Applications

Mr.  Pourush Bara

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

113

VM Score and Laxity based Scheduling Algorithm for Cloud Computing Systems

Ms. Akanksha Bhatia

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

114

Dual Band I-Slotted Patch Antenna for 5G Wireless Networks

Mr. Ravi Kumar Goyal

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

115

Comparison of Logic Built-in-Self Test techniques based on FPGA in Verilog

Dr. Ravi Gupta

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

116

VLSI Implementation of High Speed RS Decoding Algorithm

Mr. Sandeep Kulhari

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

117

Bio-Inspired Computing and its applications in cloud computing

Mr. Virendra Kushwah

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

118

A Smart Content Aggregation and Navigation Technique in Cloud computing

Mr. Vivek Kumar

19-Mar-17

B6: Antenna / General Scientific Trends

Category A (Springer Proceedings)

1. All registered and presented papers/review articles shall be submitted to SPRINGER for their possible publication in a Conference Proceedings format (online). However the right to accept and subsequent publication of each will be with Springer, that will be decided on the basis of the quality, novelty of work and the originality of the text, the manuscript will represent.

2. In case, any registered paper/article is rejected by the Springer for its publication with their conference proceeding due to any reason (mentioned at point number-01), the sole responsibility shall lies with authors of that article. As we clearly stated on the first and home pages, that Springer will conduct quality checks on the accepted papers and only papers that pass these checks will be published.

Therefore authors are expected to avoid to use similarity text (copy and paste from other published works), should adhere to original work maintaining technical and result description qualities. Also authors will not allow to make changes in the choice of publication category (I or II) once registered and pay the fee as per category wise.

3. Paper/article length is limited upto 06 pages only. Extra pages are to be avoided, if neccessry, author can place a request in adavnce with payment of separate fee (page-wise) as mentined in the registration link.

4. Springer proceedings shall available online only, hard-copy may be requested directly with the SPRINGER on payment as per their rates, once available after online publication.

5. The organizers will have not have any responsibility for any of registered/presented papers, if not accepted/approved by the Springer for publication in their conference proceeding.

6. For Spinger Proceedings, the submission will be through EDAS Conference Management System

https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=24092 

 

Category B (Irisworld Proceedings with ISBN)

1. It is proposed to come up with a separate conference proceedings titled as above (Hard copy with ISBN), for authors who want to attend OWT-2018 and willing to publish their short article/papers with a fast-track publication method. 

2. Under no circumstances, the registration fees will be refunded.

3. Paper/article length is limited upto 05 pages only. Extra pages are to be avoided, if neccessry, author can place a request in adavnce with payment of separate fee (page-wise) as mentined in the registration link.

4. One hard copy of the proceeding shall be provided to each registered author. Extra copy of IRIS World Conference Proceeding (In hardcopy format) can be requested with extra fee of Rs. 1500 each with prior online fee deposit.

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From category-I (Springer Proceedings)

 

  • 02 best technical papers (1st and 2nd place) from each track (01: Wireless Communication Technologies; 02: Optical Communication Technologies) shall be awarded with certificates.
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Jaipur is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan in Northern India. It was founded on 18 November 1727 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer after whom the city is named. As of 2011, the city has a population of 3.1 million, making it the tenth most populous city in the country. Jaipur is also known as the Pink City of India.

Located at a distance of 260 km from the Indian capital New Delhi, it forms a part of the Golden Triangle tourist circuit along with Agra (240 km). Jaipur is a popular tourist destination in India and serves as a gateway to other tourist destinations in Rajasthan such as Jodhpur (348 km), Jaisalmer (571 km) and Udaipur (421 km).

Places of Interest

Jaipur is a major tourist destination in India forming a part of the Golden Triangle. In the 2008 Conde Nast Traveller Readers Choice Survey, Jaipur was ranked the 7th best place to visit in Asia. According to TripAdvisor's 2015 Traveller's Choice Awards for Destination, Jaipur ranked 1st among the Indian destination for the year.

Visitor attractions include the Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Galtaji, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Garh Ganesh Temple, Sri Kali Temple, Birla Mandir, Sanganeri Gate and the Jaipur Zoo.The Jantar Mantar observatory and Amer Fort are one of the World Heritage Sites. Hawa Mahal is a five-storey pyramidal shaped monument with 953 windows that rises 15 metres (50 ft) from its high base. Sisodiya Rani Bagh and Kanak Vrindavan are the major gardens in Jaipur.

Transport

Road
Jaipur is located on National Highway No.8 connecting Delhi and Mumbai. National Highway 12 links Jaipur with Kota and National Highway 11 links Bikaner with Agra passing through Jaipur. RSRTC operates bus service to major cities in Rajasthan, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab and Gujarat. City buses are operated by Jaipur City Transport Services Limited (JCTSL) of RSRTC.

Rail
Jaipur is the headquarters of North Western Zone of Indian Railways. Jaipur Railway Station is well connected to all major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad. Other stations include Gandhinagar, Durgapura, Jagatpura, Ninad Benad and Sanganer.

Air
Jaipur International Airport is in Sanganer, 10 km from the center. The airport operates regular domestic services to major Indian cities including Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune and Udaipur. International destinations served include Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Muscat and Sharjah.