Few snaps of NaSAEAST-2013 inaugural function, technical exhibition and cultural program
Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research (SAMEER), Mumbai in collaboration with Gauhati University, Guwahati had organised a two day workshop on Remote-Sensing Techniques during 14 and 15 November 2013. The workshop was held at the Phanidhar Datta Memorial Hall, Gauhati University. Scientists from SAMEER and Professors from Gauhati University had presented learned discourses on the working and design aspects of State of Art Remote sensing Techniques along with their application potentialities in exploration of atmosphere and near earth environment. Scientists, Engineers, Research scholars and Students from different parts of NE Region had participated. This event created an interactive platform between experts and the participants for achieving inputs for both fundamental and application oriented problems related to the subject matter of the workshop, through exchange of ideas and thoughts.
International Journal of Electronics and Applied Research (IJEAR), is a part of the academic wing of the Electronic Scientist and Engineers Society (ESES). This Society founded in 1984, initially aimed at promotion and dissemination of information in Electronic Science and Engineering, the most important areas of public interest. Subsequently, the society had enlarged its scope of involvement in other disciplines associated with the field of electronics. The ESES contributes in initiating research through publishing books of science relevant to the aims of the Society. As a further promotion of its activity, the society has launched a research journal the IJEAR. The journal publishes basic research articles related to state of the art electronic circuits & systems and application oriented research relevant to electronics, physics and associated disciplines covering the following topics:
1.State of the art Electronic system design and application (LIDAR, DIAL, SODAR, Wind profiler, RADAR, Satellites, Sensors, Microwave based systems like Radiometer.
2. New approaches in design and working of basic Electronic circuits and systems
3.Approaches and methods using Electromagnetic techniques for identification of Natural Hazards like Earthquake, Tsunami, Volcanic eruption, Cyclone, Worst weather spells.
4.Signal processing and Data mining (speech & image processing, DTW, neural network, Botnet detection etc; statistical data analysis.)
5.Understanding on Physics and dynamics of the atmosphere and near earth environment towards better predictability of climatic modification; aerosol - cloud interactive processes: observations through remote sensing systems, model and analytical computation.
6.High mode programming.
The society also keeps provision of inducting topics in addition to those mentioned in the list above, in special issues related to ESES workshops and seminars. The journal aims at to encourage young scientists and engineers to involve themselves in research activities in the defined areas by providing an easy access to the work of International repute. It also offers a platform to the academic community mainly of developing countries to be abreast with the modern research and technical scenario in the stated disciplines at a relatively reduced cost. The Society keeps a provision to publish a periodic compilation of best published papers in the form of Books.
The ESES has patronized a academic visit of 4th semester MSc Physics student to NESAC Umium, Meghalaya. A team of 22 students accompanied by teachers and research scholars had a one day long program on 2nd May 2014 at this centre.
The organizer and participants of NaSAEAST-2015
Invited deliberations by Dr. S.K. Sarkar (NPL, New Delhi): NaSAEAST-2015
A two day workshop on ST Radar of Gauhati University: System and Application potentialities organised by the Gauhati University and SAMEER Mumbai during November 19-20, under the patronization of Vice Chancellor of Gauhati university, had a successful ending. The workshop was convened under the project on Stratospheric–Tropospheric Radar (ST) of Gauhati University for the NE Region a major research facility of the country, come up with the sponsorship of Government of India and Assam government. The main purposes of the workshop were to bring awareness to the scientists and engineers on the multidisciplinary research avenues created at the ST radar facility at Gauhati University. The deliberations and discussions covered scientific & technical aspects of the state of art ST radar system and its vast application potentialities. The programme delivered that this facility at GU will not only be the unique system of this region. In the country, but will enjoy a global status wherein scientists from all over world will participate through exchange of ideas and concepts with their counterparts of the NE region for creating a high standard international research platform not only in Electronics & Atmospheric physics but in other disciplines of sciences too. It is expected that user agencies like IMD, civil aviation, agriculture, flood control and planning will be benefited through the research output from the radar system. A few sessions were also arranged where participants were taken to the antenna filed site for receiving practical demonstration on process of laying of 576 pedestrial, installation of 576 antenna array design of trans receiver modules working at 212 MHz. The seminar enjoyed overwhelming participations research scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs. The team of scientists from Atmospheric and Electronics research group of the Physics department of Gauhati University, the Programme director & senior scientists from SAMEER Mumbai and DDGM from RMC, Guwahati had offered valuable information to make the workshop a great success.
The organizer and participants of NaSAEAST-2016
Poster presentation by young participants at NaSAEAST-2016
Brochure of NaSAEAST-2017