The 2018 IEEE Electron Device Kolkata Conference (2018 IEEE EDKCON) will be held in the Science City, Kolkata, India during November 24-25, 2018. Organized by IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, EDKCON 2018 is expected to bring together researchers, educators, students from across academia, government, industry and non-governmental organizations to discuss, share and promote current works and recent accomplishments across all aspects of the Electron Devices and circuits. Original unpublished papers are solicited.
All the accepted and presented papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore after being presented in the conference.
1. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue on MEMS and More than Moore Microsystems in the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, published by IOP publishing, Indexed by Web of Science (Science Citation Index), Impact Factor: 1.794
2. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue of Material Focus, Indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) Web of Science (Thomson Reuters), ISSN: 2169-429X (Print) EISSN: 2169-4303 (Online), published by American Scientific Publishers, USA.
3. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue of Journal of Mechanics of Continua and Mathematical Sciences (ISSN (On Line): 2454-7190, ISSN (Print) : 0973-8975),Emerging SCI (ESCI) indexed by Thomson Reuters
4. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue of Sensor Letters, Scopus Indexed, ISSN: 1546-198X (Print): EISSN: 1546-1971 (Online), published by American Scientific Publishers, USA.
5. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue of Journal of Bionanoscience (JBNS), Scopus Indexed, ISSN: 1557-7910 (Print); EISSN: 1557-7929 (Online), published by American Scientific Publishers, USA,
6. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue with the title “EDKCON 2018: Special Issue on: “Recent Advances in Nano-Electronic Devices and Technology” in International Journal of Nanoparticles (1753-2507), Abstracted and indexed by Scopus
7. Publication of the extended version of some selected papers in a special issue of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology-Asia, Scopus Indexed journal (ISSN: 2210-6820 (Online), ISSN: 2210-6812 (Print)), published by Bentham Science Publishers.
Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, is the capital of West Bengal state of India. The city is regarded as the cultural capital of the country. It is at the same time the financial capital of eastern India, a gateway to the far-flung areas of the region. The city, located on the east side of the river Hooghly, has a glorious past and an ever-blooming present. The metropolitan city of Kolkata is not just well-known for its roshogollas, mishit dohi, trams, Howrah Bridge and Victoria memorial, but also for its inexpensive nature. When compared to the other metro cities, Kolkata is said to be the most economical city. Maybe this is the reason it is called as the city of joy.
More details of the Symposium program will be coming soon....
Paper Submission is open now
Full Paper Submission Date: 2018-06-18
Notification of Acceptance Date: 2018-09-18
Camera ready paper Submission: 2018-11-08
According to EDKCON-2018 conference registration policy, after obtaining the formal acceptance by e-mail, at least one author of each paper must complete registration formalities including payment of full registration fees at the rate mentioned below. . Paper will be considered as student paper if all the authors are students only, otherwise full registration fee is applicable.
Participants are requested to read all the information displayed below carefully.
|Category||Participants from India||Participants from abroad|
|Students||INR 3000||INR 3500||USD 75||USD 100|
|Academia and Industry||INR 4000||INR 5000||USD 100||USD 150|
1. M. K. Radhakrishnan, IEEE EDS Vice President, IEEE EDS DL, NanoRel Technical Consultants, India
2. Samar K. Saha, Ex. IEEE EDS President, IEEE EDS DL, Prospicient Devices, USA
3. Rajendra Singh, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, Clemson University
4. Renuka P. Jindal, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
5. Bimal K. Bose, IEEE Life Fellow, University of Tennessee, USA
6. D. Subbaram Naidu, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
7. Ljiljana Trajkovic, Fellow IEEE, Simon Fraser University, Canada
8. Hao Ying, Fellow IEEE, Wayne State University, USA
9. Krishnaiyan Thulasiraman, University of Oklahoma, USA
10. Durga Misra, IEEE EDS DL, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA
11. Vijay K. Arora, IEEE EDS DL, UTM Distinguished Professor, USA,
12. Muhammad Mustafa Hussain, IEEE EDS DL, KAUST, USA
13. Prof. Anil Kottantharayil, IIT-Bombay, India
14. Calin Ciufudean, Stefan cel Mare University, Romania
15. Asimul Islam, Jamia Millia Islamia, India
16. Kushal K. Banerjee, TCS, India
17. Dimitrios A. Karras, Sterea Hellas Institute of Technology, Hellas
18. Yen-Wei Chen, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
19. Aminul Islam, BIT Meshra, India
20. P. Sivakumar, SKP Engg. College, India
21. Md. Jakir Hossen, MMU, Malaysia
22. G.N. Dash, IEEE EDS DL, Sambalpur University, India
23. Vipin Balyan, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
24. Rajib Kar, NIT- Durgapur, India
25. Prasanta Kumar Basu, Calcutta University, India
26. Trupti R. Lenka, NIT Silchar, India
27. Said Agoujil, Université Moulay Ismail, Morocco
28. Lipo WANG, NTU, Singapore
29. Imre J. Rudas, Óbuda University, Hungary
30. Harry Coomar Shumsher Rughooputh, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
31. Chandrasekaran Subramaniam, SKCET, India
32. Achintya das, KGEC, India
33. R. K. K. Ajeena, Babylon University, Iraq
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Science City, Kolkata, a unit of the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India and the largest science centre in India, was developed with a onetime capital grant by the administrative ministry. Science City was opened on July 01, 1997 and consists of two facilities, the Science Centre and the Convention Centre. The Science Centre complex comprises Space Odyssey, Dynamotion, Evolution Park Theme Tour, Maritime Centre, Earth Exploration Hall and a sprawling Science Park. It has already recorded footfall of more than 24.75 million since its launch and is the major attraction in Kolkata to local residents as well as to the national and international visitors to the metropolis. While in Kolkata one cannot miss this iconic institution combining education and entertainment in sharp contrast to the science museums existing elsewhere in the country. Setting up of Science City on a plot of land once used for dum ping of City’s garbage for over 100 years was a total make-over with a welcoming garden of science and environment friendly landscape.
Distance between Airport Terminal and Science City Bus Stop is 17.2 kms or 10.7 miles or 9.3 n miles (Kolkata Airport -- V.I.P Road -- E.M. Bypass (Eastern Metropolitan Bypass) – Science City Stop) (Available Bus: V1, AC37A from Domestic terminal; S37/AC50/AC50A/ AC37B/AC51/V10 etc from 1 no. Airport gate stoppage)
Distance between Howrah Station and Science City Bus Stop is 11 kms or 6.8 miles or 5.9 nautical miles (Howrah / Sealdaha Railway Station- Esplanade – AJC Bose Road Flyover – Ma Flyover – Science City)** Prepaid taxi is available from the Howrah Station
Link of Few nearby hotels are -
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