M'luru: Srinivas University holds conference on 'Artificial Intelligence & Quantum Computing'


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Mangaluru, Jan 2: The College of Computer Science and Information Science of Srinivas University organized a virtual international conference on the topic 'Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing', on December 29 and 30.

The virtual inauguration held on December 30.

Dr CA A Raghavendra Rao, chancellor, Srinivas University presided in the inaugural session. Dr Niranjan N Chiplunkar, principal, NMAMIT, Nitte, Karkala, Karnataka was the chief guest of the inaugural session. He pointed out the importance of conducting a conference in emerging fields of artificial intelligence and quantum computing to research students.

Dr Ricardo Saavedra Hidalgo, director & chair (International Programme), Azteca University, Mexico, North America was guest of honour. The conference abstract book and proceeding book of previous international conference on the theme 'Emerging Technologies in Computer Science and Technology-ICETCST-2021' was virtually released jointly by chief guest, Dr Niranjan N Chiplunkar and Dr P S Aithal, vice-chancellor, Srinivas University.

Dr P S Aithal was president of the inaugural function. Dr A Srinivas Rao, pro-chancellor, Srinivas University, Vijayalakshmi R Rao, director, Srinivas Group of Institutions, Mithra S Rao, secretary, A Shama Rao Foundation, were blessed the inaugural function with their presence. Dr Nethravathi P S, TPC & publication chair of the conference & professor, college of Computer Science and Information Science, Srinivas University welcomed the guest.

Dr Krishna Prasad K, convenor of the conference and associate professor, College of Computer Science and Information Science, Srinivas University explained about the conference. Prof Subrahmanya Bhat, dean, College of Computer Science and Information Science, Srinivas University gave a vote of thanks. Divya Kumari Naveen, faculty, College of Computer Science and Information Science, Srinivas University did master of ceremony.

The international speakers, Dr Shrirang Ambaji Kulkarni, post-doctoral dcholar, University of Central Floride, USA, Dr fJitendra Pandey, senior lecturer, Middle East College, Sultanate of Oman, Dr Abhijit Ghosh, dean, Faculty of Business and Accountancy, Lincoln University College, Malaysia, and expert national speakers, Dr Kavya N P, professor & HOD, MCA department, RNSIT, Bengaluru, Dr P S Aithal, Dr K T Veeramanju, research professor, Srinivas University delivered the keynote address on different sessions on December 29 and 30.

Around 80 papers related to the conference theme were presented by scholars from different parts of the country and abroad which includes faculty members and research scholars of Srinivas University also. The research papers are presented in multiple tracks. The session was chaired by the eminent professors from the computer science and engineering departments of Srinivas University. Dr Srinivas Rao Kunte, Dr Jagadeesha S N, Dr A M Sudhakara, Dr K T Veeramanju, research professors of Srinivas University chaired the presentation session.

 

 

  

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