National Conference on ICT: Theory, Applications and Practices is being organized to present a forum for practitioners and researchers of the IT industry, government and academia to network and exchange their ideas on the latest developments, current researches in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and its impact on the society. It will feature influential speakers from academia, government organizations, industry, and technology leaders across the country and abroad, addressing the best practices and sharing their invaluable experience in the field of ICT. ICTTAP 2010, with invited talks and technical sessions, will be useful to get informed about the cutting-edge theory, practice and applications of Information and Communication Technology.
National Conference on ICT: Theory, Applications and Practices 2010 will cover the following topics: Embedded Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications, Evolutionary, Autonomic and Pervasive Computing, Grid and Cloud Computing, DNA and Quantum Computing, Automated Software Engineering, Intelligent Systems and Environment, Mobile Computing, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Knowledge Discovery and Management, Next Generation Web Technologies and Internet Applications, Mobile and Web based Learning Systems, Nanotechnology and Computational Science & Engineering, Utility and On Demand Computing, Social Issues in Super Computerized Societies, Network Security, Graph Algorithms and Networks, Digital Communication, Signal and Image Processing, Bioinformatics, and E-Commerce Technology & Applications.
The targeted visitors at National Conference on ICT: Theory, Applications and Practices - ICTTAP 2010 are: Student, Faculty from Universities and Institutions, Scholars, Researchers, Industry Professionals, etc.