The Department of Computer Science at the Swami Dayananda College of Arts & Science, Manjakkudi conducted a two day national level conference on advanced research in computer science and technology in the college campus last month.
A total of 40 papers from various faculty members, research scholars and students were presented in the conference. The event saw 60 participants from different colleges and the delegates included research scholars and other students.
The inaugural function started with a prayer and welcome address by the programme convenor,
Sri. T.Venkatesan. After this, the college Correspondent, Sri. M.G. Srinivasan gave the felicitation address.
The chief guest of the inaugural function, Dr. P.Thiyagarajan, head of the computer science department, Central University, Dehradun gave an informative talk on block chain and its applications in bit coins. Dr. V. Kavitha from the computer science department at the Swami Dayananda College of Arts & Science, Manjakkudi proposed the vote of thanks.
The first paper presentation session was chaired by the Vice Principal, Professor V. Hema with a number of participants presenting papers. During the afternoon session on Day 1, there was an interesting session on ‘Broker architecture for federated cloud’ by Dr. M. Aramudhan, head, department of Information Technology, Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Institute of Engineering Technology, Karaikal, Puducherry.
Day two of the national computer seminar started with an interesting talk on data mining by Dr. Gladston, head of the computer science department, Government College, Nedungadu, Kerala.
The valedictory session was conducted in the afternoon with Professor A.G. Gayathri giving the welcome address. The chief guest of the function, Professor V. Sangeetha, vice principal, Deen College of Arts and Science, Nidur, Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu released the conference proceedings and delivered a talk on thesis writing, publication of papers and attitude towards research.
The two day national level computer conference ended with a vote of thanks delivered by Professor S. Navitha from the college’s computer science department. This was followed by playing of the National Anthem.