Plenary Talks ICGTI 2012

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Presents
The highlights of
ICGTI
International Conference on Global
Technology Initiatives
(Steps towards Global Collaborative Learning)
at
World Education Summit 2014
• ICGTI is a multidisciplinary venture, held on 29th& 30th March every year since 2012.
• An erudite event consisting of Plenary Talks, Presentation of Research works & Global
Interaction on various domains of technology & science.
• Self-financed venture where in the experts are invited from across the globe.
• Selection of research papers is done through strict blind peer review, the
recommended papers are published in the conference proceeding and selected papers
are published in IJGTI (International Journal of Global Technology Initiatives) .
 ICGTI
2014
Theme : Ongoing
Attempts & Investigations
towards Radical
Innovations Holding NextG Technology Seeds
 ICGTI
2013
Theme : Ideation &
Solutions in the World of
Technology
 ICGTI
2012
Theme : Trendsetting
initiatives in the field of
technology.
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Home Department
Government of Maharashtra
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Vice-chancellor
University of Mumbai
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Human Resource Development
Government of India
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Ministry of Home Affairs
Government of India
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Ministry of External Affairs
Government of India
Keynote Speech (ICGTI 2012): Green Buildings
By…
Prof. Rahula Attalage,
Pro-Vice Chancellor, Moratowa University, Srilanka.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Future Challenges and Opportunities via Geotechnical Centrifuge Modelling
By…
Dr. Charles Wang Wai Ng
Director of Geotechnical Centrifuge Facility,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Environmental Audit and Impact Assessment.
By…
Dr. Andrew Chan
Professor / Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering,
The University of Nottingham, Malaysia.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2012): Communication Constrained Distributed Multi-agent Cooperation
By …
Dr. Lihua Xie,
Nanyang technological University, Dept. of Electronics, Singapore.
Keynote Speech (ICGTI 2013): Technological Challenges arising from Space Disturbances
By…
Dr. G. G. Sivjee
Director, Space Physics Research Laboratory, U. S. A.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Autonomy of Mobile Robotics
By…
Dr. Danwei Wang
Professor, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2012): Control of Mechanical Systems: From a Single to Networks of Systems
By…
Dr.Ioannis Sarras,
CNRS France.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Elliptic Curve Cryptography
By…
Dr B. K. Lande
Dean, School of Engineering & Technology,
Swami Rama Himalayan University,
Dehradun, India.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Special Concretes
By…
Dr. Ananth Ramaswamy
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Exergo-economic analysis and optimization of thermal systems
By…
Dr. Pradeep Sahoo
Professor, IIT Roorkee, India
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Introduction to Micromanufacturing
By…
Dr. Anupam Agarwal
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar,
Punjab 14000, India.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Demystifying Big Data - What does it mean for the Future for IT ?
By…
Mr. Subodh Gajare
Technical leader, APJC-Technical Services team , Cisco Systems.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): New Materials in Structural Concrete Repairs
By…
Dr. Ananth Ramaswamy
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Smart Grid: Issues in Cyber Security
By…
Dr. Faruk Kazi
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
VJTI.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2014): Extrusion for producing Expanded Snacks
By…
Mr. Rajkumar Malik
CEO, MALIK ENGINEERS.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Sustainable Manufacturing: Recent Developments and Future Trends
By…
Dr Anshu Jayal
Assistant Professor
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Antennas for Ultra wideband technology
By…
Dr. K. P. Ray
SAMEER, Mumbai
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Different mechanisms by which tumor suppressors maintain human genome
integrity
By…
Dr. Sagar Sengupta
Staff Scientist V,
National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Theory of Constraints
By…
Mr. Makarand Inamdar
General Manager, Supply Chain Management
Reliance Industries.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Importance of Benchmark problems in Vibration Control
By…
Dr. Suhasini Madhekar
Faculty of Civil Engineering Department, Applied Mechanics Division
College of Engineering Pune.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2013): Challenges in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry
By…
Dr. V. N. Singh
Professor, A. D. Patel Institute of Technology. Gujarat.
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2012): CO2 Sequestration in Deep Un mineable Coal Seams
By…
Dr. T. N. Singh
Professor, Department of Earth Science
IIT Mumbai
Plenary Talk (ICGTI 2012): Advances in control of mobile robots
By…
Dr. Vrunda A. Joshi
Professor, PVG's college of Engineering & Technology
Paper
Received
Papers
Accepted
Papers
Rejected
Rejection
Ratio
ICGTI 2012
440
110
330
75%
ICGTI 2013
310
72
238
77%
ICGTI 2014
219
55
164
75%
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IJGTI is published by Rizvi College of Engineering, online as well as in
printed form.
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ISSN Number (Print): 2277-6591 & (Online): 2320-1207
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The journal has an Impact Factor of 0.5 rated by jifactor.org
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The online version of International Journal of Global Technology Initiatives
(IJGTI) is available to all the reader across the globe, taking the technological
innovations to every ones’ palm & laptops.
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Selected papers from the conference proceeding are published in the IJGTI.
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Multi-disciplinary Venture: the domains included in the conference cater to all core
and allied branches thus providing benefit to maximum researchers and scholars.
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Unique Platform and a Building Block: ICGTI is a unique platform that acts as a
premise to research ideas in latest fields of technology and further allows the
researchers to showcase their work to the world through IJGTI.
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Breeding Ground for Project Ideas: with the best scholars and researchers from
across the world teaming up together and involving in discussions with the students,
it’s a great platform for them to get the latest ideas for their project work.
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Wide-ranging Exposure: A new world with new horizons is opened for the students
through ICGTI, which is not confined to the limits of syllabus and curriculum.
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Educating Incentive: ICGTI acts as an incentive to the teachers and students to
indulge in research activities as they have a platform every year to show case their
ingenuous abilities.

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