Low Power: A Critical Technological Need
UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Electronic Devices, Systems, and Information Security – 2017 which will be held on 24-25, March, 2017 at the Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, India is third in its series, with first two successfully organised in 2015 and 2016. This year it comprises of three tracks namely: a) Electronic Devices and Systems, b) Signal Processing and Communication Engineering, and c) Information Security.
Electronics Engineering is one of the fastest growing fields of engineering. The major driving force for the present day Information Technology revolution is the development in Electronics Engineering. The advancements in microelectronics, satellite and optical fibre technology, analog and digital communication techniques have resulted in developing complex electronics devices, circuits and equipment capable of implementing fast and efficient telecommunication systems.
Signal Processing and Communication Engineering (SPACE) have been rapidly growing and evolving over the past few years. Multimedia signal processing and Ubiquitous communication is becoming a necessity for the society. The theme of the seminar is designed to cover not only in-depth theoretical knowledge in the area of Communications, Signal Processing, and Wireless Networks, but also system modelling and integration aspects emphasising overall system behavioural studies in a laboratory.
Mitigating information security threats is an ongoing battle, as unique threats get prevalent swiftly, therefore, security administrators must begin with an understanding of the threats facing the information, and then must examine the vulnerabilities inherent in the systems that store, process, and transmit the information possibly subjected to those threats. Continuous identification of most serious vulnerabilities, possible threats to information and their rapid mitigation can prevent an organisation from falling prey to any such threat.