10th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology – Signal and Information Processing (ICETET- SIP-22) has been successfully held at GHRCE Nagpur recently. This conference was technically sponsored by IEEE Bombay Section and co-sponsored by IEEE Nagpur Subsection in association with GHR Labs and Research Centre. IEEE is the worldâ€™s largest technical professional organization advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. The main objective of the conference is to bring together and provide platform to the researchers from the academia, research laboratories, and stakeholders from the industry to present and deliberate the recent trends in the field of signal and information processing.
Dr. V. M. Gadre, Professor, IIT Bombay, opened the two-day International Conference at Swami Vivekananda Conference Hall, G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering Nagpur. Shri Sunilji Raisoni, Patron ICETET-SIP-22 and Chairman, BoG, RGI, Dr. Sachin Untawale, Honorary Chair and Director of the institute, Guest of Honor Dr. Satyanarayana Bheesette, Scientist, TIFR, Mumbai, Dr. Milind Khanapurkar and Dr. Pramod Walke, Deputy Director of the institute, Dean R&D Dr. Santosh Jaju sir, General Chair ICETET-SIP-22 Dr. Laxman P. Thakre, and Dr. S. S. Salankar and Dr. Kalyani Akant General Co-chair were present for the inauguration function. Dr. V. M. Gadre revealed the conference proceedings during the inauguration of conference. He described how collectivity (SAMUHIK) has retained a distinct position in Indian civilization from ancient times in his inaugural talk and motivated participants through his inspirational talk. He also emphasized the need of such Conferences for updating knowledge of participants in emerging fields.
Total 276 papers were submitted to the conference from different countries like Bangladesh, Germany, Iraq, Japan, New Zealand, USA, Oman, Philippines, and UAE. 125 papers were accepted and presented during this conference which covers various topics in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Signal and Information Processing, communication, biomedical, embedded and IOT. The conference will witness galaxy of speakers from India and Abroad. This international conference comprised of seventeen technical sessions.
In addition to the oral presentation of the technical papers, this conference was also joined by 2 keynote speakers. Dr. V. M. Gadre, Professor at IIT Bombay, gave the keynote talk on Scattering Wavelet Networks and Their Applications in Ear Biometrics on the first day of the conference. On the second day, Rangaraj M. Rangayyan, Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Calgary in Canada, gave another key lecture on Digital Image Processing Techniques for Ophthalmology.
The Conference was concluded with valedictory and feedback session by participants. Dr. A. S. Gandhi, Professor, VNIT, Nagpur was the chief guest at the valedictory of the conference. The conference organizers thanked the patrons, International â€“ National Advisory Board members, office bearers of IEEE Bombay section. IEEE Nagpur Subsection, Reviewers, Guest of Honor, Honorary Chair, General chair, Technical Programme Committee Members, Session Chairs and co-chairs, organizing committee and all those who were directly and indirectly connected for the success of this conference.