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Mohanty and colleagues helped coordinate international conference

Saraju Mohanty, College of EngineeringThree College of Engineering faculty - including program chair Saraju Mohanty  - attended the annual International Symposium on Electronic System Design (ISED) in Bhubaneswar, India.

The event is funded by the National Science Foundation and the Indian Department of Science and Technology, which is the Indian equivalent of NSF, and co-sponsored by UNT.

  • Mohanty, right, associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering, also was the Steering Committee co-chair.
  • Elias Kougianos, associate professor of engineering technology, served on the steering committee of ISED.
  • Mahadevan Gomathisankaran, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, served as a finance chair and session chair.

The conference was attended by science and technology leaders from the United States, India, United Kingdom, Singapore, Germany and Taiwan. Sponsors included Intel and Larsen & Toubro international engineering firm. The conference also was co-sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and IEEE Computer Society. Below, Mohanty at the conference.

The event provided major visibility to UNT and also provided a student recruitment ground for UNT. 

ISED 2010 brought together researchers and experts from industry and academia around the world to advance the science, engineering and technology of electronic system design. The December event included presentation of scholarly papers and invited expert presentations, plus educational components in the Workshop for Engineering Scholars. The workshop’s purpose is to prepare students for study at UNT.

Mohanty said that ISED 2010 served as a leading forum for dissemination and sharing of the state of the art, and the new advances and shifts in the various theoretical and experimental aspects of VLSI design, and analog/RF/digital systems.

The event ISED was well covered by several leading newspapers including The Times of India, The New Indian Express, and Orissa Today.

Indian faculties, students and engineers from the industry, the national institutes such as IITs, and from various state and private engineering colleges also participated. Major speakers included: 

  • Mohanty Priyadarsan Patra of Intel Corporation USA
  • Gopal Nayak of IIIT Bhubaneswar
  • Durga Misra of New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Jacob Abraham of the University of Texas at Austin
  • Praveen Vishakantaiah, Intel India president
  • Karthikeyan Natarajan, Global Head of Mahindra-Satyam IES

The invited talks were delivered by representatives of Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California Davis and Texas A&M University.

UNT provided travel support for eight invited and student speakers with an NSF grant to Mohanty, whose research involves nanoscale device and system modeling.  

Mohanty thanks Vish Prasad, vice president for research and economic development, for providing the sponsorship for ISED 2010. The next edition of the symposium, ISED 2011 will be held at Kochi, India. Mohanty plans a major presence for UNT there, as well.  -  Submitted by Saraju Mohanty, associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering

Saraju Mohanty, international engineering conference

 

Posted on: Tue 07 June 2011

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