WCE Research Symposium on Computing - RSC 2017
Organized by WCE ACM Student Chapter
National Level joint Event by Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Department of Information Technology at Walchand College of Engineering.
At Walchand College of Engineering (WCE) Sangli, Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department as well as Information Technology (IT) Department, under Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) India, are active in promoting research in advances in computer science and engineering; so also in information technology. This has resulted into instituting WCE-ACM chapter. The first 2 days national research symposium was organized during Dec 19-20, 2016 at WCE and it received excellent response from researchers. In this series, the WCE-ACM chapter is delighted to announce its Second National Research Symposium on Computing 2017 (RSC 2017) in Dec 2017 under the technical support from ACM. The WCE-ACM chapter welcomes research paper submissions from faculty, doctoral students, research scholars and industry experts who are actively working in the area of Computer Science and Engineering and allied branches.
The WCE Research Symposium on Computing 2017 will provide unique opportunity to researchers to present their research work and will enable them to interact with renowned and experienced researchers in all areas of computer engineering and information technology. The symposium will also provide to its participants, independent and constructive feedback about their completed / planned research work for its further improvements. The research symposium aims at establishing and promoting social and intellectual interactions among students and researchers from academia and industry. This is one of the motivations behind organization of this Research Symposium. The symposium will be accompanied by prominent experts who will deliver key note address and will actively participate in critical discussions at the symposium.
Prospective Researchers are invited to submit their papers, up to 4 pages, related to their ongoing / completed research. A program committee will review the submissions based on originality, significance, correctness and clarity of the write-up. Accepted papers will be discussed in an oral or poster presentation session at the symposium. Selected presentations at the symposium will be further submitted for its immediate publication in one of the UGC approved journals.