Objective



Smart cities are sustainable with a high quality of life and economic growth. It requires a shared vision of all stake holders-citizens, public and private organizations and many others. In light of this, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology is pleased to announce International Conference on Smart Innovations for Society (ICSIS-2021)under the Smart City Convergence, 2021.

Innovation can be defined simply as a "new idea, device or method". However, innovation is often also viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more-effective products, processes, services, technologies, or business models that are readily available to markets, governments and society.
The theme “Smart Innovations for Society” focuses on The purpose of innovation is much more profound than just creating greater customer value, better competitive advantage of firms, and an environment for better quality of life. The ultimate goal of innovation should be the creation of a better future. The “small i” for innovation is for an individual, organization, society, or country. However, the “Large I” should be innovation for creating a smart future.
Today, we live in a dynamic and turbulent global community. The wave of mega-trends, including rapid change in globalization and technological advances, is creating new market forces. For any organization to survive and prosper in such an environment, innovation is imperative. However, innovation is no longer just for creating value to benefit individuals, organizations, or societies. The ultimate purpose of innovation should be much more far reaching, helping create a smart future where people can enjoy the best quality of life possible. Thus, innovation must search for intelligent solutions to tackle major social ills, seek more proactive approaches to predict the uncertain future, and pursue strategies to remove barriers to the smart future. ICSIS-2021 provides an opportunity to all participants’ especially young budding engineers and researchers to interact and share ideas related to the innovation and smart technologies so that the latest engineering applications and technologies influence the community.
Smart science dealing with the ongoing environmental changes, rapid globalization, and their effects on the culture, social, civic needs, national security and defense have a greater impact on the built environment of society. This conference therefore will enable young engineers to discuss and deliver their intellectual share on how the recent trends in Science and Engineering can elevate the living standards of the public and confirming sustainable environment for all.
Smart Materials are hybrid materials that are composed of different phases which significantly changes if any external stimuli are applied such as temperature, stress, magnetic or electric fields. Smart Materials are combinations of at least two different materials, which allow the engineering of desired properties. Smart materials used for innovative applications to improve existing materials to give better-quality performance.
Smart education provides an excellent opportunity for students, faculty members and administrators to discuss innovative ideas and approaches, state-of-the-art software and hardware systems, research findings and outcomes, best practices and case studies and many other topics related to smart technology-based education to create smart society.

International Advisory Committee

  • Prof. Diego Alexandre Groupo Educational UNIS, Brazil
  • Prof. (Dr.) Tamar Almor The College of Management, Israel
  • Prof. (Dr.) Neelima Gupta University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
  • Dr. V. Sudarsan Functional Materials Section, BARC
  • Dr. Himanshu Shekhar HEMRL (DRDO), Pune
  • Dr. D.P. Sharma ILO, UN
  • Dr. Sedat Akleylek Ondokuz Mayis University. TK
  • Dr. Mohamed R. Ali Banha University, Egypt
  • Dr. Sandeep Kautish LBEF Campus Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Dr. Sivaram Murugan Lebanese French University, Kurdistan ,Iraq
  • Dr. Prateek Agrawal Klagenfurt University, Austria
  • Dr. Sanjeevi Pandiyan Ministry of Education, Jiangan University, China



 

National Advisory Committee

  • Dr. Shipra Misra DRDO, Delhi
  • Prof. (Dr.) K.C. Swami MNIT, Jaipur
  • Prof. (Dr.) R.K. Sharma DU, Delhi
  • Dr. Nighat Fahmi UoR, Jaipur
  • Dr. Asha Jain UoR, Jaipur
  • Dr. Satpal S. Badesara UoR, Jaipur
  • Dr. S.K. Tiwari MNIT, Jaipur
  • Prof. (Dr.) A.K. Prasad DU, Delhi
  • Prof. (Dr.) T. C. Panda Orissa Engineering College, Cuttack
  • Prof. (Dr.) B.K. Sharma Manipal University, Jaipur
  • Shri. R. S. Saxena President elect, ISHRAE, Jaipur chapter
  • Dr. Ruchika Mehta Manipal University, Jaipur
  • Mr. PeeKay Anand, President, ISHRAE, Jaipur
  • Mr. Akash Vajpai, ISHRAE, Jaipur
  • Mr. Manish Mittal, Secretary, ISHRAE, Jaipur
  • Dr. Munni Nath Manda DRDO, Pune
  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur
  • Professor (Dr.) Dhanesh Patel Director Office of International Affairs
  • Dr Anil Goyal Dean Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Bhopal (M. P.)
  • Dr. Mamta Sharma Hindustan College of Science & Technology, Mathura
  • Dr. Banasri Roy, Asso. Prof., Chemical Engineering department, BITS- Pilani
  • Dr Ranjana Jaiswal, Principal, Govt College, Jalore
  • Dr. Anshu Rani Saxena, Asso. Professor, Govt. College, Abu Road
  • Dr. R. K. Sharma Professor, Govt. Holkar Science College, Indore (M. P.)
  • Dr. Ambica Prakash Mani Graphic Era Deemed to be University, Dehradun
  • Dr. Sunita, Assistant Professor, Dr.B.Lal institute of Biotechnology, Jaipur
  • Dr. Komal Saxena Asst. Professor Grade-III Amity University, Noida


 

Local Advisory Committee

  • Dr. Mahesh M.Bundele Principal & Director, PCE
  • Dr. Manoj Gupta Pro-President, Poornima University
  • Mr. Pankaj Dhemla Vice Principal, PCE
  • Dr. Rekha Nair Dean (1stYear), PCE
  • Dr. Neeraj Jain Director (Admissions), Poornima Group
  • Dr. Chandni Kirpalani Registrar, Poornima University

 

GUIDELINES TO SUBMIT PAPERS

• The full paper has to be submitted in prescribed format given on website through Easy Chair (Template is available at the Convergence 2021 website).

• Only original, unpublished work should be submitted. Any proposal submitted to present identical or substantially similar work already published, under review for another seminar / conference or publication will not be considered.

• In case the paper is considered for publication in the above said journals, copyright of the same rests with journals.

• For paper submission and registration procedure visit conference website:

http://convergence.poornima.org.

Registration Fee

Expert from industry/PHD Scholar  2500/-

Authors from academic institutions 1500/-

Faculty (All RTU Affiliated) 1000/-

Student Author* 600/-

Attendee* 400/-

* ISTE Membership Discounts


 

Important Dates

Full paper submission commencement June 01, 2021

Full paper submission deadline July 01, 2021

Notification of acceptance July 15, 2021

Camera Ready Paper July 18, 2021

Registration Deadline July 25, 2021

Date of conference August 20-21 2021

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS

• One of the authors must register for the conference and must present the paper himself/herself.

• Participants should send the registration form in specified format along with the registration fee. For online payment please visit conference website.


 

Submission Link update in upload paper section

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icsis2021

About PIET

Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology (PIET), Jaipur, affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University and approved by AICTE, established in the academic year 2007. The management makes sustained efforts to use education as an instrument for growth of economy and is the driving force & inspirational spirit behind the establishment of PIET. PIET aims at providing world class technical and scientific education which can develop a professional outlook in every walk of life.


 

Some key salient features are:

• State of Art of Infrastructure for innovative Teaching Pedagogy and ICT based learning.

• Offering four streams of Engineering (CE, AI & DS and Civil) at UG level.

• Accredited with NBA for B.Tech CSE 2020.

• Accredited with NBA for B.Tech Civil in 2019.

• NAAC Accredited institute from 2019.

• Rated as GOLD in Survey of Industry Linked Technical Institutes conducted by AICTE-CII.

• Ranked 3rd among all RTU affiliated colleges in Quality Index Value (QIV) assessment in academic year 2020-21

• Notable funding received from various Government and Private bodies

(AICTE, RTU, IIHT, IMPACT, ZEETRON NETWORKS)

About the Department

Department of First Year is the founding department of PIET, established in 2007 with the mission of imparting quality teaching and promoting implementation of practical aspects of Applied Science to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering education. The department provides a strong footing to the students in first year of the engineering where students get acquainted with wide range of basic science and technical subjects and gets hands on experience on various instruments. This inculcates confidence and makes them ready for the task ahead by developing their logical and analytical skills, which will help them to prosper further in their career.

About the Conference

“Changes call for innovation, and innovation leads to progress”

Smart cities are sustainable with a high quality of life and economic growth. It requires a shared vision of all stake holders-citizens, public and private organizations and many others. In light of this, Department of First Year, Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology is pleased to announce “International Conference on Smart Innovations for Society (ICSIS-2021) under the Smart City Convergence, 2021. Innovation can be defined simply as a "new idea, device or method". However, innovation is often also viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more-effective products, processes, services, technologies, or business models that are readily available to markets, governments and society. The theme “Smart Innovations for Society” focuses on the purpose of innovation is much more profound than just creating greater customer value, better competitive advantage of firms, and an environment for better quality of life. The ultimate goal of innovation should be the creation of a better future. The ultimate purpose of innovation should be much more far reaching, helping create a smart future where people can enjoy the best quality of life possible. Thus, innovation must search for intelligent solutions to tackle major social ills, seek more proactive approaches to predict the uncertain future, and pursue strategies to remove barriers to the smart future. ICSIS-2021 provides an opportunity to all participants’ especially young budding engineers and researchers to interact and share ideas related to the innovation in science and management so that the latest engineering applications and technologies influence the community. This conference therefore will enable young engineers to discuss and deliver their intellectual share on how the recent trends in Science and Management can elevate the living standards of the public and confirming sustainable environment for all.

 

Call for Papers

The topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

Track-1: Smart Innovations for Systems data Infrastructure

• Use of digital technologies and data

• Smart infrastructure & design

• Smart hardware and software design

• Intelligent communications & networking

• Web and informatics


 

Track-2: Smart Innovations for Sustainable & Green Initiatives

• Environmental Planning and Management

• Environmental Pollution and Control Strategy

• Wastewater Engineering

• Solid Waste Management

• E-Waste management

• Renewable Sources of Energy

• Recycling and Reuse

• Energy Efficiency

• Bio-fuels

• Biodiversity Conservation

• Soil Conservation

• Disaster Management


 

Track-3: Smart Material and Technology

• Nanotechnology

• Polymer Chemistry

• Ceramic and Composite materials

• Smart Information & Communication Technology(ICT)

• Safety and Security Management

• Biomedical Applications

• Biomedical Sensors & Instrumentation

• Smart Materials and Intelligent Systems


 

Track-4: Smart Society and Innovations in Education

• Virtual Learning Environments

• Ethical issues in Education

• Research and Globalization

• E-Learning

• Smart Healthcare

• Smart City Examples and Case Studies


 

Track-5: Smart Innovations in Mathematical Modellings

• Mathematical Modelling & Simulation

• Computational Methods for Fluid Flow

• Statistical Modelling & Applications

• Computational Methods for Linear & Non Linear Optimization

• Mathematical Modeling In Environmental & Bio-Sciences

• Numerical Methods for Solving Non-Linear Problems


 

Track-6: Smart Innovations in Business Marketing & Management

• International Business Ethics

• Strategic Management

• Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability

• International Trade & Investment

• Business and Sustainable Development

• E-Business and E-Commerce

• Business Economics and Management Science

• Corporate Finance and Governance

• Entrepreneurship & Challenge


 

 

Patron

Dr. Dinesh Goyal

Director, PIET

Conference Chair

Dr. Gautam Singh,

Registrar, PIET

Program Chair

Dr. Sama Jain,

HoD, Dept. of Applied Science, PIET

Conveners

Dr. Ritu Soryan,

Associate Professor,

Department of Applied Science, PIET

Mr. Mohit Bajpai,

Proctor, Department of

Applied Science, PIET

Co-Conveners

Dr. Om Prakash Sikhwal

Professor, Department of

Applied Science, PIET, Jaipur

Mr. Saurabh Agarwal

Assistant Professor, Department of

Applied Science, PIET, Jaipur


 

Organizing Secretary

Dr. Sandeep Singh Kharb, Assit. Prof., Department of Applied Science, PIET

Mr. Arshad Ali, Dy. HoD, Department of Applied Science, PIET, Jaipur


 

Organizing Committee

Dr. Mukesh Chandra Associate Professor, PIET

Dr. Neelima Jain Assistant Professor, PIET

Dr. Aisha Rafi Assistant Professor, PIET

Mr. Ashok Kumar Assistant, Professor, PIET

Mr. Nitin Mukesh Mathur Assistant Professor, PIET

Ms. Nandini Sharma Assistant Professor, PIET

Mr. Manish Mathuria Assistant Professor, PIET

Mr. Prince Dawar Assistant Professor, PIET

Mr. Vimal Chand Jain Technical Officer, PIET

Mr. Laxmikant Gupta Technical Assistant, PIET

Mr. Mahendra Kumar Sharma Technical Assistant, PIET


 

For More Information

Contact : Mr. Arshad Ali (91-8447156109) • arshad.ali@poornima.org

Mr. Mohit Bajpai (+91-9694035235) • mohitbajpai@poornima.org

Visit : http://convergence.poornima.org

Write : icsis2021@poornima.org

Address : ISI-2, RIICO Institutional Area, Sitapura, Jaipur - 302022