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Chief Guest
Dr. A. Sivathanu Pillai
DS & CC R&D,CEO

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Tutorial Speakers:

Tutorial - I : Affordable Health care technologies


Dr. Dinesh kumar Kant
Professor of Biosignals at RMIT University

Tutorial - II : Design of Antennas for modern communications:


Dr. P. H. Rao
Centre for Electromagnetics
SAMEER, Chennai

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About Conference


         The purpose of organizing this International Conference on Communications, Networking and Signal Processing 2013 (ICCNASP 2013) is to bring all the researchers, engineers, faculty, students and industry on to a common platform to share their research work, solution to various research problems and technical knowledge to enhance the opportunities in communications and signal processing industry. We have been observing the rapid development in technology from the last decade and it has changed the entire scenario of communication systems and processing techniques in various applications. The mobile communications and networking has made our life easy to communicate with anyone through voice and video calls, anywhere in the world and at anytime. The development in VLSI technology has made the portable communication devices for accessing World Wide Web and video calls. Signal Processing algorithms made all the medical related equipment so accurate in measuring and analyzing results and made the diagnosis easy. Still there is lot of scope in the development of communication systems in terms of improving the performance of existing ones like Wifi, Wimax, 3G/4G etc. at an affordable price . So it is the high time for us to discuss the research problems and solutions of existing technology in communications and signal processing. We look forward to your participation in ICCNASP 2013 and make the conference a memorable event.



VIT University


         Founded in 1984 as Vellore Engineering College, the institute was declared a University in recognition of its academic excellence by Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India in 2001. The University has excellent infrastructure replete with state-of-the-art laboratories, digital library, smart class rooms, seventeen hostels, gyms, swimming pools, auditoria and stadium spread over an impeccably clean and green 340 acre campus on way to fulfill the vision of the found and Chancellor Dr. G. Viswanathan to make it truly world class.


         VIT utilizes international accreditation as an important means to benchmark its programs against the best in the world and assure that they meet the quality standards established by global professional organizations. Consequently, VIT became the first university in India to seek and receive accreditation for its engineering programs from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the Energy Institute, United Kingdom in 2004. ABET, 111 Market Place, Ste. 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, USA ( http://www.abet.org ) has accredited the various engineering programs at VIT University, Vellore, India. VIT University obtained the highest possible grade of "A" from NAAC for all the programs offered by the University during the re-accreditation process in January 2009. Vellore Engineering College was the first educational institution in India to be awarded the ISO 9002 certificate by the DNV (Det Norske Veritas), of the Netherlands, for three years. Programmes at VIT have been accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). VIT is the first educational institution to be honoured with the TVN-KIDAO-NIQR award instituted by the National Institute of Quality and Reliability (NIQR) for maintaining exceptional quality. Programmes of VIT have been accredited by the Institution of Engineers, India (IEI). Multinational companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) have accredited VIT to the highest level enabling VIT students to earn higher starting salary scales.


         VIT has signed 86 MoUs with institutions within India and from countries like Ausralia, Canada, France, Germany, Uk and USA in various disciplines towards exchange of faculty and students, joint programs involving courses as well as research and improvement of laboratory and library facilities. Of the 17,000 students, largely residential, nearly one fourth are women. One thousand qualified faculty members and about 800 administrative and supporting staff facilitate the process of making them not only professional but also industry ready, contributing wealth to the nation.



School of Electronics Engineering (SENSE)


         The School of Electronics Engineering at VIT University was established for imparting a state-of the- art education, training and research in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering and allied areas. The School offers a Bachelor's level programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering and Master's programmes in Communication Engineering, Sensor System Technology, VLSI Design and Nanotechnology. The School has a faculty strength of around 100 and attracts the brightest students. The School offers a double degree program in M.Tech Sensor System Technology with the University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe, Germany, and M.Tech. Communication Engineering with the UAS, Darmstadt, Germany. The School also offers M.S. and Ph.D programmes.

         The placement record has always been very impressive. Many students hold prestigious posts in MNCs and blue-chip companies. The students are performing well in educational institutes and Corporates in Germany, France, Denmark, Canada and U.S.A. They have won many laurels in national and international forums and have published papers in prestigious journals.




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