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Electronics Makers – 2017
July 1, 2017 - July 2, 2017
“Electronics Makers – 2017”
Jointly organized by Industry relations-IEEE India Council, Centre for Embedded Product Design, Centre for Electronics Design and Technology, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
IN ASSOCIATION WITH IEEE DELHI SECTION & IEEE CAS, BANGALORE CHAPTER
JULY 1-2, 2017
Venue: NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI
Call for Participation
Industry professionals as well as students are welcome to submit their work to this two-day conference, which aims at creating a platform for innovation and Do-It-Yourself electronics. It is an oft-quoted statistic that by 2020, India will spend more than $400B in importing electronic technology/products. Do-It-Yourself and “Make-In-India” will surely help in bringing down this number and creating jobs in India in the core sectors of Electronics, Electrical, and Computer Engineering. Initiatives such as Open Source hardware and software as well as availability of low-cost semiconductor products are accelerating the growth of DIY. In this conference, the aim will be manifold – to discuss problems that DIYers tend to face, to provide networking opportunities for DIYers to help one another, and to provide a forum to showcase some of the recent innovations in Electronics DIY space. Prizes will be provided to 3 best entries!
Prior registration is mandatory – please FILL OUT FORM no later than May 25. There is a participation fee to cover the costs of the conference. The fee structure is mentioned in the form. Please calculate the fee applicable to you and send a cheque or DD made out to ‘Centre for Embedded Product Design, NSIT’ and send it to Dr. Tarun Rawat, Electronics and Communication Engineering Division, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Sector-3, Dwarka. New Delhi 110078 to reach no later than June 1. Your participation will be confirmed and further instructions will be sent through e-mail.
Submission of your Work
- The topic of the conference concerns innovative electronic system design. It does not include chip design.
- Accepted papers must be presented July 2 and the projects must be demonstrated. There is no scope for only paper presentation or only demo.
- DIY-ers who wish to present their work and demo their projects on Day 2 are requested to FILL OUT FORM no later than May 25. DIY-ers who wish to present their work must upload a PowerPoint presentation to [email protected] with the subject line “Submission for EM2017”.
- Certificates from IEEE will be provided to authors of all accepted papers.
- It is OK to present/demo a project that has been discussed in other forums. No formal publication will be brought out and no copyright release will be sought. The presentation foils will be shared with the participants through Internet.
- The authors are expected to submit foils describing their projects before May 25, 2017.
Contact Person :
Advance Technical Program
|Day 1-Track 1
DIY in India
|Day 1 – Track 2
|9.00am – 9.30am||Registration||Registration|
|10.00am-11.00am||Keynote Address by Amitabh Kant (Tentative)||
Hands-on Workshop“Microcontroller Learning Platform on a Shoestring Budget using MSP430 LunchBox” Each participant gets an MSP430 Lunchbox Kit.
|11.30am – 1.00pm||Panel Discussion #1: “Do It Yourself” to “Make in India”: A Leap of Faith.|
|1.00pm – 2.00pm||Lunch and time for selected demos|
|2.00pm – 4.00pm||Panel Discussion #2: Project based Engineering Education for “Make in India”|
|4.00pm – 5.00pm||Tea and time for networking|
|Day 2-Track 1
|Day 2 – Track 2
|09.00am – 9.30am||Registration||Registration|
Beaglebone and Linux – Open-Source Hardware and Software for DIY. Each participant gets a Beaglebone Cape.
|11.30am – 1.00pm||Project Presentations|
|01.00pm – 2.00pm||Lunch|
|02.00pm – 4.00pm||Project Demos|
|04.00pm – 5.00pm||Tea and time for networking|