6-day workshop held at MJCET
The sixday summer school on computational intelligence was organised at Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology MJCET, in collaboration...
Jubilee Hills: The six-day summer school on computational intelligence was organised at Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET), in collaboration with IEEE Hyderabad Section, concluded on Tuesday.
The summer school invited over 10 international speakers from US, Singapore, Australia, Italy, Slovenia, Japan and Austria. About 50 faculty and research members, involved in the field of Artificial Intelligence from all parts of India, participated in the workshop program.
They attended both theory and practical sessions on computational intelligence held for six days.
Prof. Atul Negi, program chair of the summer school, thanked all the dignitaries and participants and expressed his views on carrying the program forward in the future.
He also briefed about the long-standing efforts of IEEE Hyderabad Section for implementing the program. Dr. M Naresh thanked MJCET for encouraging the idea of summer school in its campus.
“This is the first summer school organized in the city, and we hope to conduct more such sessions in future,” he said.
Dr Janez Brest, professor at the University of Marobor, Slovenia, and Dr Akira Hirose, professor at University of Tokyo, Japan, thanked IEEE and MJCET for inviting them.
They also encouraged participants to do active research and to publish papers in high quality journals and conferences. All the participants were awarded with the certificates at the end of the workshop. Mousmi Ajay Chaourasia, Professor and Head of IT department, presented the vote of thanks.