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ACCUEIL D’UNE DELEGATION INDIENNE DE L’UNIVERSITE D’AMRITA (Province du KERALA)

Dr. Maneesha Ramesh, Head of Amrita Centre for Wireless Network and Applications www.amrita.edu/awna) and Chairperson of Amrita Center for International Programs from Amrita University in India will be in Europe. Her research team has deployed India’s first ever wireless sensor network for landslide detection. Their data is continuously real streamed to the web page.
www.winsoc.org. We had issued a real time warning in July 2009 for a potential landslide in Kerala, Southern India. Other research areas include a wireless sensor network for health care applications, smart grid and disaster monitoring. This center offers a Master’s degree & Ph.D. degree in Wireless Networks and Applications.

Dr. Krishnashree Achuthan, Director of the Centre for Cyber Security at Amrita University : The primary goal of the Center is to promote the partnering of industry, academia and the government, to create innovative educational and research opportunities and to develop world-class proficiency in cyber security. The center aims to develop and advance the state-of-the-art in secure data handling, trustworthy storage and interchange, verifiable authentication, and certification through a proactive industry-enabled systems research and development agenda. The Center runs several graduate academic programs (i.e. M.Tech and Ph.D.) that provide a good blend of theoretical and industrial knowledge with emphasis on analytical methods and management practices for sustainable computing and communication systems.

ACWR 2011 : With our experience in successfully designing and deploying a large scale wireless sensor network for landslide monitoring and detection, we plan to bring together renowned researchers and practitioners with an interest in humanitarian applications of emerging technologies. Towards this goal, we are planning the first International Conference on Wireless Technologies for Humanitarian Relief (ACWR2011) to be held on the beautiful backwaters of Kerala, India from December 18-21, 2011.

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