After the consecutive successful completion of yearly, chain of technical event named “Technophilia” by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, we are now proposing to conduct a two day national conference “Technophilia – 2016” on September 1st & 2nd , 2016 (Thursday & Friday). The Topic of Conference this year is “Emerging Technologies in Computing”. The importance of studying emerging technologies, simply look back at the past decade and contemplate the disruptive technologies that have revolutionized the way IT infrastructure works today. Topics such as server virtualization, big data, and cloud computing were once merely high-level concepts and ideas.
All submitted papers must be the authors’ unpublished work and should not be under consideration elsewhere. All submissions should be made electronically in the DOC/DOCX format at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maximum four authors are allowed in a paper. All Papers submitted to the conference should be written in English with the maximum paper length of ten (10) printed pages (10-point font). Full paper must be in IEEE format (Format is available on conference website). All the papers will be peer reviewed by a review committee with respect to their quality, originality, and relevance. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings provided at least one of the authors will register and present the paper. Conference kit will be provided to registered author/participant only. All rights of publication of papers presented in the conference shall rest with the Conference Organizers.Schedule