Sponsored by SPARC, MHRD, Government of India
National Institute of Technology (NIT) Silchar, an Institute of National Importance under the NIT Act was established in 1967 as Regional Engineering College (REC) Silchar in Assam. In the year 2002, it was upgraded to the status of an NIT from REC. NIT Silchar is situated on the banks of river Barak and on a sprawling campus spread over 600 acres of land on the outskirts of Silchar. NIT Silchar is a fully residential Institution. At present it offers six undergraduate courses in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics & Communication, Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering. All the departments of the Institute also offer M. Tech. and Ph. D. programmes.
The department offers core courses in Control Systems, Power Systems, Electrical Machines, Instrumentation, Switchgear and Industrial Protection, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers etc. The state-of-the-art Lab facility exists in the department like Machine Lab, Microprocessor & Embedded System Lab, Computational Lab and Advance Control Lab, etc. to name a few. Various research and development activities are taken up by the department to put the students on busy schedules enabling them to blend to the modern industrial requirements. The department regularly organizes seminars, workshops, conferences at national and international level.
The primary focus for the SOCCER 2020 is the control, wireless communication and development of embedded systems for robotic applications. Robot control technology is widely used for space, surgery, rehabilitation, micro machine, entertainment, underwater, civil engineering, professional and domestic services, security etc. Consequently, control will continue to play an increasingly important role in the areas of robotics including robot-robot and human-robot cooperation in various dynamic scenarios. Subsequently, due to changing communication infrastructure and technologies, it is highly desirable these days to propagate control commands through wireless communication channels/medium. Thus, inclusion of wireless communication for control of robotic systems possess serious challenges to the performance of the control system, thereby the development and testing control algorithms for robotic systems/applications under such communication environment needs cutting edge technologies. Furthermore, for real-time implementation of the control through present day communication networks requires realizable and scalable embedded design. Contributions on basic research of control over networks as well as on relevant robotics applications are included.
This Symposium provides an opportunity to present and discuss research and development work pertaining to intelligent control, deployment of intelligent and nonlinear control and embedded control for robotic system emerging for non-standard operating environment.
Topics of interests include, but are not limited to the followings
The papers will be published as book chapters of a Springer book series (to be announced). The tentative outline of the book is as follows:
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Indian participants have to pay the registration fee via online transfer to the account of the Director,
(A/C No.: 10521277057, Branch: NIT Silchar, IFSC: SBIN0007061).
For details please visit www.nits.ac.in
Foregin Participants: Registration procedure to be announced soon.
|Registration Type||Early-bird Registration||Late Registration|
|Indian||Foreign ( in USD)||Indian||Foreign ( in USD)|
|Industry||₹ 12,000||$ 200||₹ 14,000||$ 220|
|Faculty||₹ 10000||$ 150||₹ 12000||$ 180|
|Student||₹ 5000||$ 70||₹ 6000||$ 80|