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  • Abstract Submission closes:
    Nov 30th ,2014

  • Acceptance Notification:
    Dec 15th ,2014

  • Final Paper Submission :
    Dec 25th ,2014



Call For Papers

The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur is organizing a workshop on "Modeling, Simulation and Computational Techniques" – that provides a unique forum for the students to network and present their research projects. The students are requested to submit the abstract (~250 words) related to their projects for the oral/ poster presentation.
The poster session is intended to highlight best practices and tangible research results of student's project in the area of Modeling, Simulation and Computational Techniques applied to Contemporary Problems. This forum will provide an opportunity to visually present the research and project storyboards. The poster session will be open to all the attendees of the workshop.

The Tracks and Topics of the workshop include, but are not restricted to, the following :

Electronics and Communication Engineering
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VLSI :
  • Behavioral modeling and simulation
  • Numerical and symbolic simulation methods
  • Distributed and parallel circuit simulation
  • Simulation and estimation methods of variability and yield
  • Fault modeling and simulation
  • System-level specification and simulation
  • High-frequency modeling, simulation, and design
  • Devices, circuits, and systems simulation
Communication :
  • Communication system simulation methods and tools (system level, link level)
    •   Wi-Max, LTE, LTE-A
    •   WSN, Zigbee
    •   MIMO-OFDM based system simulation
    •   Co-operative communication
    •   Energy efficient wireless communication system
    •   Demonstration of developed software/ hardware tools in communication systems
  • Photonics devices/ system modeling
  • Simulation of photonic networks: Network layer simulation, routing protocol implementation, quality-of-service (QoS) and network performance evaluation
  • Simulation tools: NS2/ TOSSIM/ EMSTAR/ OMNET++/ J-SIM/ Virtual Photonics, etc.
  • Green networks
RF & Microwave :
  • Computational techniques and simulation for electromagnetics, electromagnetic compatibility, scattering and electromagnetic theory
  • Implementation of microwave remote sensing, inverse problems, imaging, radar and sensing, MMICs using simulation
  • Simulation tools for the microwave and millimeter wave circuits and devices, CAD
  • Introduction of commercially available simulation tools for microwave: ADS, CST Microwave studio, HFSS, IE3D, etc.
  • EMC/ EMI simulation techniques
  • Antenna simulation
  • Thermally-aware circuit simulation
  • Fast multi-pole method (FMM)
  • Finite difference time domain (FDTD) simulation
  • Finite integration techniques (FIT), finite element methods (FEM), method of moments (MoM)
  • EM/ circuit co-simulation
Computer Science and Engineering
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  • Modeling and simulation: Software performance, reliability, availability, scalability
  • Network modeling (wired/ wireless/ mobile ad-hoc), performance, QoS
  • Modeling and simulation of data, software system, and network security
  • Cloud computing: Modeling and simulation of cloud operations
Mechanical-Mechatronics Engineering
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  • General engineering & design: Computer aided design and analysis, finite element analysis (FEA)
  • Fluid mechanics & thermal sciences: Fluid mechanics, heat-transfer, thermodynamics, gas turbines, IC engines, power plant engineering, CFD
  • Production engineering: Manufacturing processes, machining and machine tool operations, tool engineering, metrology and inspection, manufacturing analysis, computer integrated manufacturing, engineering materials, production management, and industrial engineering
  • Mechatronics engineering: Automotive systems, robotics, electro-mechanical systems, hydraulics and pneumatics, industrial automation
Physics
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  • Numerical relativity and gravitational physics computations
  • Particle physics simulations: Simulating the large hadron collider at CERN
  • Indian neutrino observatory simulations
  • Structure formation and N-body simulations


Submission Process:
In order to submit the paper for Oral/ Poster presentation, the authors are requested to first send the abstract (~250 words) to the following address: convenor.wmsc@lnmiit.ac.in.. The authors of the accepted papers need to send the full paper.

Important Dates:
  • Abstract Submission:             November 10th, 2014
                                                    November 30th ,2014
  • Notification of Acceptance:     December  1st, 2014
                                                    December 15th ,2014
  • Full Paper Submission:          December 15th, 2014
                                                    December 25th ,2014
Guidelines for Full Paper Submission