Amrita Students Travel to Johor Bahru in Malaysia

  As soon as their final exams conclude, nine students of 3rd year ECE (Electronics and Communication Engineering), from Amritapuri Campus will travel to Malaysia, with their teacher and mentor, Br. Rajesh Kannan. They will head to Johor Bahru, the southern most city in Asia, at a mere 10-min walking distance from neighboring country Singapore. So, are the students going on a holiday there? No, they are going in order to participate at a conference and present their research papers.

Students traveling to Johor Bahru

A Comparative Study of CMOL Technology and FPNI Technology, High Speed and High Responsivity CMOS Image Sensors, Study of Variation in Process Parameters and Supply Voltage in Various CMOS Technologies, Effects of Substrate Coupling in Mixed Signal ICS — these are the titles of four papers that were submitted by Amrita students and accepted for presentation at the 2008 Regional Student Conference on Research and Development to be held on 26th and 27th of November, 2008.

The conference is organized by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Technology University of Malaysia), the country’s first engineering educational institution and also one among its best. The conference is sponsored by IEEE, and supported by Universiti Teknologi’s IEEE Student Branch. Our student participants, many of them IEEE student members themselves, will have the opportunity to interact with some of the best students from the region. Their papers will be published in Conference Proceedings and IEEE Xplore. We wish them all the very best !

November 20, 2008
School of Engineering, Amritapuri

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