Thursday, 26 October 2017

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Volume - 5 - Issue - 9 November 2017

ISSN (Online)  : 2321-0613
Subject Category : Engineering Science and Technology
Frequency            : Monthly, 12 issues per year
Impact Factor       : 4.396
IC Value               : 64.81

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Friday, 4 March 2016

National Conference on Computational and Mathematical Sciences : COMPUTATIA-V : IJSRD


on Computational and Mathematical Sciences

(March 18th & 19th, 2016)

The Conference proposes to bring together experts, researchers, faculties, students and the leaders of industries for sharing their knowledge and expertise in the field related to Computer and Mathematical Sciences.
We have successfully organized four National Conferences named “COMPUTATIA” since 2011. Following that this year also we are organizing COMPUTATIA-V “Two Days National Conference on Computational and Mathematical Sciences” on March 18th-19th, 2016.
Authors are requested to submit their abstracts in MS WORD file format at email-id: on or before 9th March, 2016.
The Selected Papers will be published in IJSRD (International Journal for Scientific Research and Development) having ISSN (online): 2321-0613 and Impact Factor: 2.39
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Monday, 8 February 2016

Youth Conclave Paper Presentation on Smart & Sustainable city : Habitat Conclave 2016

Habitat Conclave 2016

Youth Conclave


Paper presentation on

Smart & Sustainable City

In association with

IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development

Gujarat Institute of Civil Engineers & Architects (GICEA) is organizing 4-day event named Habitat Conclave 2016on 18th-21st February 2016.Under Youth Conclave Paper Presentation on Smart & Sustainable city is being managed by IJSRD.This event aims to cover the recent trends of research in the field of "Smart & Sustainable City".

Interested participants/Authors can prepare a paper/article showing their idea in the well managed format. They have to submit their article here. Innovative ideas will be selected and participants will be called for presentation during event.
Researchers working on Smart & Sustainable City development can submit their papers under following themes but not limited to.
  1. Culture & heritage of Smart city                         
  2. Green building and Smart Cities
  3. Sustainable cities issues & solutions
  4. Urban trends in Smart City Planning
  5. Sustainable Smart Tourism
  6. Urban Infrastructure issues and solutions
  7. Sustainable Urban Environmental Design
  8. Smart Urban Transportation Planning
  9. National & Individual needs in smart cities
  10. Smart, Urban, Congestion free Sustainable Mobility

Habitat Conclave
Youth Conclave
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Paper Presentation
With everything going green in the recent past, the meaning is somehow lost in the translation and very often sustainability is the forgotten and mildly ignored facet of the green movement. This competition provides students and professionals with a unique opportunity to present their ideas on "Sustainable & Smart" city theme in the form of paper submission.
Interested participants/Authors can prepare a paper/article showing their idea in the well managed format. They have to submit their article here. Innovative ideas will be selected and participants will be called for presentation during event.
 Eligibility :          
Students and professionals including researchers, social activists and policy makers, smart city technology providers, environment specialists, infrastructure provider, energy solutions provider, architects, civil engineers etc. and other professionals who offer any valuable inputs in the given scope of topics and subjects.
 Topics included but are not limited to :
Deadlines :
 - Culture & haritage of Smart city  
For abstract submission
 - Green building and Smart Cities  
2 FEB. 2016
 - Sustainable cities issues & solutions  
 - Urban trends in Smart City Planning  
For full paper submission
 - Sustainable Smart Tourism  
8 FEB 2016
 - Urban Infrastructure issues and solutions 
 - Sustainable Urban Environmental Design 
Announcement of Shortlisted candidates
 - Smart Urban Transportation Planning   
 - National & Individual needs in smart cities 
12 FEB 2016
 - Smart, Urban, Congestion free Sustainable Mobility 
18 - 21 FEB 2016 : Paper Presentation at Habitat Conclave
Registration Guidelines
 For more information please contact us 
Habitat Youth Conclave Team
 Devang Chavda (+91) 8980921679 || Habitat Conclave (079) 26565935,26430213 
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Thursday, 10 December 2015

Perspectives on Intelligent system techniques used in Data Mining

IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development | Data Mining 2015 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613

Poonam Verma

Intelligent Systems, Neural Networks, Data Mining

With the uprising trend of the social media, for marketing purposes and for personal communication, the data mining techniques used in the early decade can no longer handle the data for pattern recognition .It becomes necessity that the data mining techniques become intelligent enough to deal with the volume and variety of the data being searched for recognizing patterns or trends. Thus in this article, I have explored the various neural networks and their techniques being implemented on data to find a particular trend. Various applications of such hybrid intelligent systems have been discussed. Perceptron and it's varieties have been long used for machine learning without the human intervention. Moreover their various features are inspired by the biological strategies endowed by nature on humans to recognize, learn and innovative ideas to solve their problems. Humans have various sensory organs to help them receive their inputs from the surroundings, however it is their brain that helps them to process the large data and get the required data as an output. Neural Networks are based on the Human brain and the nervous system. So we shall explore various intelligent systems of Neural Networks to help in data mining.


The field of the Intelligent Systems has phenomenally increased in the range of techniques and the applications. Intelligent Systems includes a range of techniques that are capable of the data processing capabilities in the real life situations. These intelligent systems techniques are inspired by the biologically strategies that are used in this universe to handle the real life situations. Major categories of the intelligent systems are the Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logics, Genetic algorithms. In most of the data rich environment, these techniques help in optimizing search criteria of different factors. Such techniques are useful in today's scenario as the data has grown exponentially. To recognize pattern from this data using the earlier techniques might not result into optimal results. 


An artificial Neural Network is an information processing model that is basically inspired by the nervous systems of the most important organ of human body that is brain. It consists of a large number of highly interconnected processing system that work together to solve pattern recognition or data classification problems. Human Brain consists of neurons that collect signals from dendrites and sends it to the required neuron with the help of axon, only when the neuron is excited enough to surpass the restraint activity on it. view more 


Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Preparation of Gold Target through Electron Vapor Deposition and 'Paras' the Rutherford Back Scattering Experimental setup @ IUAC

International Journal For Scientific Research & Development :: IJSRD

Sarvesh Kumar , Inter University Accelerator Center, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi.; Tulika Sharmay, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida, (U. P.); Pranav Bhardwaj, Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, New Delhi; Avnee Chauhan, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida, (U. P.); Shruti Kapoor, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida, (U. P.)

Rutherford Back Scattering, Electron Vapor Deposition

Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (RBS) is a widely used method for the surface layer analysis of solids. Lord Ernest Rutherford first used the backscattering of alpha particles from a gold film in 1911 to determine the fine structure of the atom, resulting in the discovery of the atomic nucleus. RBS includes all types of elastic ion scattering with incident ion energies in the range 500 keV ¬ several MeV. Usually protons, 4He, and sometimes lithium ions are used as projectiles at backscattering angles of typically 150¬ 170¦. Different angles or different projectiles are used in special cases. Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy is employed to detect the impurity present in target material and to test the amount and type of impurity present in any target sample to be used in any experiment of atomic physics/ nuclear physics or of material science. The detection of these impurities before conduction of any experiment is essential as the presence of impurity in target sample may hamper the results of the experiments. Thus, although being a traditional concept the use of Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy still prevails. One requires a target material to learn the working principle of Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy. INTER UNIVERSITY ACCELERATOR CENTER (IUAC) provides the facility for fabrication of the target and its analysis. This paper includes the fabrication of gold target of thickness 300mm and its analysis using Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy.

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Monday, 16 November 2015

All Color Detector Sensor AR001

IJSRD : International Journal for Scientific Research & Development


Aditya Kumar , DIT University Dehradun; Vivek Kumar, DIT University Dehradun; Sandeep Sharma, DIT University Dehradun; Vimal Kant Pandey, DIT University Dehradun


Color Detector Sensor, Color sensing, AR001


The objective of the present paper is to explore an approach of constructing a simple, low cost colour sensor using filter model which defines all colours as an additive combination of the primary colours Red, Green and Blue. The sensor consists of low pass filter surrounded by all color and light source. The low pass filter and the amplifier are mounted in such a way so that the color intensity from the source get absorbed by low pass filter and its passes through amplifier circuits. Therefore the voltage drop across the amplifier is varied whenever the light of different intensities from the low pass filter falls upon it. According to the voltage drop we decide the color identity because we know that every color has own intensity that why its produce specific voltage drop. The experimental results show that the variation of the color intensity gives the color identity.



Color sensing is one of the important subjects of optical sensors. Color sensors have a variety of applications including detection of environmental, biological, and chemical parameters and in future its also use in robot as a eye. Color detectionbased chemical sensing is mostly implemented with particular emphasis on colorimetric sensors because many parameters, like pH, concentration, and chemical gases can cause direct or indirect color changes in biological and chemical species.

Optical sensors usually have a non-linear relationship between the sensor’s response and the effect to be sensed or the measured. Due to the fact that optical sensors have highly sensitive and non-linear nature, an unexpected change in the measured may cause considerably changes and measurement errors in the sensor’s responses. Furthermore, it is expected that in modern sensor technology, a sensor has to adapt itself to the changing or unexpected conditions. In order to meet the expectations and to predict the sensor’s response more accurately, filter techniques become a useful tool for the design of intelligent color sensors.

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Monday, 9 November 2015



Transforming ICT to IoT

In association with

IJSRD– International Journal for Scientific Research & Development

SAL Institute of Technology & Engineering Research, affiliated to the Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad., is organizing 1-day event named National Conference on ICT”  on 20th January 2016 in association with IJSRD.
The conference aims to provide an opportunity to teachers/mentors/ educators and students to acknowledge, celebrate and showcase research being carried out by students by enabling them to engage with the wider communities to exchange ideas and share intellectual activity through paper presentations sessions. The event shall feature research papers presentations by eminent educators and students from all over India in the field of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) & IoT (Internet of Things).

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SAL Institute of Technology & Engineering Research
Opp, Science city, Sola Bhadaj Road,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380060
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