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29 and 30 November 2021 | Online | World Wide

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Abstract Submission

Deadline

3̶0̶/̶0̶9̶/̶2̶0̶2̶1̶

15/10/2021

Registration

30.10.2021

25th October 2021

Proceedings Submission

Deadline

15th December 2021

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ECS Transactions [Multidisciplinary]

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Science, Mathematics,  Engineering, Humanities, Management

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ABOUT

Engaging the world towards sustainable development goals

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Yamagata University Supports Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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Meeting Information

   The First International Conference on Technologies for Smart Green Connected Societies (ICTSGS-1) will be held online globally on 29th and 30th November 2021 organized by Prof. Ajit Khosla and Prof. Hidemitsu Furukawa from Yamagata University.  The meeting agenda is dedicated towards the cause of UN sustainable development goals (SDGs). The purpose of this conference is to engage and bring awareness at the grass root level such as students, scientists, academia and industry. Therefore, engaging the community to develop technologies to achieve and accelerate Ecosystem restoration and SDGs.

ICTSGS Vision

  The vision of this conference is to empower SDGs. Bringing awareness and engaging the community is the Key. In order to achieve this,  through this platform, we would be engaging in a meaningful interaction among ―students, scientific community, academia, industry to work towards & develop technological solutions that will accelerate the process of Ecosystem restoration (forest and landscape restoration) and other SDGs.

By developing a meaningful partnership with the UN FAO we envision to:

  1.  Galvanize the scientific and academic community to work towards attaining SDGs.

  2.  Create awareness within academia and industry regarding Ecosystem restoration.

  3.  Encourage academia and industry to develop technologies to accelerate innovation towards attainment of Ecosystem restoration and SDGs.

  4. Engage a thought-provoking dialogue with experts from UN FAO, academia and industry to: a) Challenges that lie ahead for attainment of Ecosystem restoration b) Define a road map and campaign to bring awareness c) Define the technology requirements for the cause of Ecosystem restoration.

  5. To act as a platform to engage the global scientific community together by holding two conferences in a year.

 

Conference Chairs

Hidemitsu Furukawa
Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Yamagata University Japan.
|Member of YU-SDG task force|

■ 3D and 4D materials

■ Soft and Wet Matter Engineering

Member of the Electrochemical Society

Ajit Khosla
Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Yamagata University Japan.

■ 3D and 4D materials ■ Sensors

■ 3D printed batteries

 Member of the Electrochemical Society and Sensors Technical Editor of ECS Journals (JES & JSS)

ICTSGS: Conveners

Sabu Thomas

Director, School of Energy Materials & Vice-Chancellor,
Mahatma Gandhi University,  Kottayam, Kerala, India.

■ Polymer Science

■ Green Micro & Nancomposites

■ Nanomaterials

Karolin Jiptner
Faculty of Engineering, Yamagata University, Japan.
| Deputy Leader of YUCaN| Member of YU-SDG task force|

 

■ SDG's

■ Clean Energy

■ Sustainable Living

Chongdee T. Buranachai

Director, Center of Excellence for Trace Analysis and Biosensor (TAB-CoE), Prince of Songkla University, Thailand.

■ Analytical Chemistry

■ Chemical sensor

Naresh Padha

Department of Physics,

Dean: Academic Affairs University of Jammu, India.

■ Optoelectronics

■ Electronics

R.K. Bedi

Former Professor and Dean, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (Punjab) India.

■ Material Sciences

■ Thin Film Devices

Fellow, The Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers

 K.N. Subramanya

Principal

RV College of Engineering

Bengaluru, India.

■ Decision Sciences

■ Supply Chain Management

Ravi Prakash Dubey

Professor & Vice-Chancellor,

Dr. CV Raman University, Bilaspur, CG, India.

■ Functional Analysis

■ Fractal Theory

■ Fuzzy Set Theory & Fuzzy Logic

B Mohan Kumar

Vice-Chancellor, Arunachal University of Studies, India.

■ Agroforestry

■ Silviculture

Rajendra Prasad

 Vice-Chancellor, University of Agricultural Sciences GKVK, Bangalore, India.

■ Hybrid Crop Techniques

■ Crop Characterization 

M. Anbu Kulandinathan
Senior Principal Scientist, CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute, India.

■ Electrochemistry

■ Textile Drug carriers
■ Textile Electrochemistry
Raj Singh

Vice-Chancellor JAIN University, India.

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■ Research to Innovation 

■ Interdisciplinary education

Bernaurdshaw Neppolian 

Professor & Dean (Research)

SRM Institute of Science and Technology, India.

■ Optoelectronics

■ Electronics

Dinesh Goyal

Principal, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology

Jaipur, India

■ Information Security

■ Machine Learning

N.V. Ramana Rao

Director, National Institute of Technology, Warangal India

■ Civil Engineering

■ Structural Engineering

Sudath R D Kalingamudali

Dean/Faculty of Science and Senior Professor Project Director (Solar Edu-Training Project /Ministry of Science, Technology and Research)

University of Kelaniya,

Sri Lanka.

■ Electronics

■ Smart Devices

K.Sathiyanarayanan

Registrar, Vellore Institute of Technology, India.

■ OLED and TADF materials

■ Fluorescence, and sensors

Jyoti Saxena
DBIPR, Devbhoomi Uttrakhand University Dehradun India.

■ Pharmacy

■ Pharmaceuticals

Rinku Sharma

Department of Physics Delhi Technological University, India.

■ Atomic structure calculations

■ Low Dimensional materials

■ Low dimensional structures & Spectroscopy

Meenakshi Sharma

Associate Dean  Mangalmay Institute of Management and Technology, India.

■ Finance

Suneev Anil Bansal

Maharaja Agrasen University India

■ Graphene

■ Polymer Composites

Avinash Chandra Pandey

Director, Inter-University Accelerator Center, India.

■ Physics

■ Nanomaterials

■ Surface Modifications by Ion-Beams

Harold Andrew Patrick

Professor & Dean, Academics CMS Business Schools, Jain University India.

■ Leadership and Organization Development

Bramh Prakash Pethiya

Vice Chancellor, RabindraNath Tagore University, Bhopal India.

■ Management

Anil Tomar

Provost, Rai University, Ahmedabad, India.

Premavathy Vijayan

Vice Chancellor, Avinashilingam University India.

■ Special Education

■ Visual Impairment

B.S. Nagendra Parashar

Vice Chancellor,  Bahra University, Shimla Hills, India.

■ Flexible Manufacturing Systems

■Manufacturing Economics

Ankur Saxena

Director,  Indus University, India.

Brojo Kishore Mishra

Professor(CSE) & Associate Dean(International Affairs) 
GIET University, India

Vijaya Puranik 

Director, Sinhgad Business School Pune, India

Ravuri Venkataswamy

Chairman SVCET, Tirupati, India

Shri Prakash Mani Tripathi

Vice Chancellor,
Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, 
Amarkantak, (M.P.) INDIA

■ Geo-Politics

■ Indian Government and Politics

Archana Mantri

Vice Chancellor

Chitkara University, Punjab, India

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