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Venue

BANGALORE

Date of Conference

5-3-2012

ISBN

978-93-81693-76-6

Publication Date

5-3-2012

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Committee Members of the Conference

Program Chair /Chief Mentor: Dr. K. Shanmukha Sundar Prof & HOD. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering Bangalore-560078, India E-mail: bonniekhs@gmail.com Prof. (Dr.) Srikanta Patnaik President, IRNet India and Chairman IIMT Intersceince Campus, Bhubaneswar Email: srikantapatnaik@hotmail.com

About the Conference

About: EISTCON-2012 There is no second thought that the academic and industrial scenario of 21st century is a sphere of knowledge driven by cutting edge technologies. It appears like Sky is the limit for the aspiring generation. The scope of today’s amazing technology enables us to diffuse the ideas and transform the living conditions. The prospering dream to master over economic resources available the mankind has developed and categorised a concrete knowledge system that gives solutions and support to socio-economic and techno structural problems of our loving and enriching society. Some disciplines have their own theoretical foundations and some are derived. The growing interdependence of differentiating knowledge from several domains is leading an interdisciplinary approach or a holistic approach in analysing technical or social problems. . The thrust is to propagate new research and learning from experts, practitioners and avid scholars and improving the field of study for future development. The broad framework in which the conference is manifested is to augment and cater to the purpose of those silent laboratories and their relentless insistence for coming out with flying colours. The conference also honours to the most valued and contributing articles through its “Young Investigator Award” scheme.

Publisher

Institute for Project Management Pvt. Ltd.

City

BHUBANESWAR

Keywords

DRAM; memory Controller;Blind source separation, FastICA, CT imaging.

Disciplines

Computer Engineering | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Hardware Systems | Systems and Communications

Editorial

Editorial In the pursuit of scientific excellence human society is accelerating the pace of technological developments in every discipline. In the 21st century the most critical concern of every research is to address the environmental and sustainability issues. Specifically in the areas like Power and Electronics engineering where energy is an integral component of analysis, scholars and practitioners must exhibit a thrust on energy aspect of their research interest. The major drivers of a new paradigm can be attributed to:  Environmental pressures  Customer pressures  Financial pressures  Technology developments There are several reason why the traditional technologies are not appropriate anymore for current usage:  Do not meet current environmental pressures  Cannot readily meet customer pressures  Are no longer the most appropriate solutions for developing countries  Have long term paybacks which do not meet current financial restraints  Do not allow for innovative solutions The new electricity production technologies consist of:  Development of gas infrastructures  Application of gas fired generation closer to loads  Combined heat and power Embedded generation  Development of micro turbines  Advancement of fuel cell technologies  Development of renewable sources  Development of energy storage technologies  Development of photovoltaic technologies  Nuclear generation For a technological point of view it means that a user centric approach is needed (smart grid). Furthermore to enable secure and sustainable solutions integration of utility infrastructures and super grids are needed. For the next decades a detailed asset management needs to be done in order to determine the efficient investments, sustainable utilization and precise removal to have an effective hybrid network consisting of old and new technologies. Another aspect that needs to be discussed is energy conservation which refers to the preservation of fossil energy sources (oil and gas). For that restrictions need to be imposed. Also it needs to be pointed out that we are trying to conserve raw materials and the environment. Saving of energy will only assist but will not be part of energy conservation. From a material point of view it will require a greater cooperation between technology equipment and material developers, identification of idealized material requirement for new technologies and a decrease of development periods. The following aspects for material developments need to be considered:  High temperature superconducting compounds  Polymers  Ceramics  Semiconductors  Liquid insulation  Gas insulation etc The word Computing has obtained a different connotation in the context of advance studies in Computer Science. As the computational complexities are increasingly influence the researchers in several multidisciplinary studies the approach should to develop advanced techniques in easing an user-friendly end product. In the latter half of the twentieth century witnessed incremental innovations in the field of computational science. The growth of such a distinctive field dates back to 1960 when John McCarthy opined “computation may someday be organized as a public utility”. The present scenario of computer vision and cloud characteristics were explicitly described by the scholarly bibliography by Canadian technologist Douglass Parkhill’s “The Challenges of the Computer Utility”. Other scholars have shown that cloud computing's roots go all the way back to the 1950s when scientist Herb Grosch (the author of Grosch's law) postulated that the entire world would operate on dumb terminals powered by about 15 large data centers. The mission of Roadmap of future is to provide a practical, independent and objective analysis of pathways to achieve low-carbon economies in the world in line with the energy security, environmental and economic goals. The conference is designed to stimulate the young minds including Research Scholars, Academicians, and Practitioners to contribute their ideas, thoughts and nobility in these emerging disciplines. Even a fraction of active participation deeply influences the magnanimity of this international event. I must acknowledge your response to this conference. I ought to convey that this conference is only a little step towards knowledge, network and relationship I sincerely thank to the board of editors for their generous gifts of time, energy and intellect. I salute to the technical committee, organizing committee and publishing house for their unbroken professional commitments in bringing this proceeding. I hope this gracious piece of effort will earn a significant appreciation from the readers to whom I owe indebtedness. I must welcome constructive feedbacks for future development. With Warm Regards Editors Prof. (Dr.) Srikanta Patnaik President, IRNet India and Chairman IIMT Intersceince Campus, Bhubaneswar Email: srikantapatnaik@hotmail.com & Dr. K. Shanmukha Sundar Prof & HOD. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering Bangalore-560078, India E-mail: bonniekhs@gmail.com

Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging Intelligent Sustainable Technologies

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