The objective of International Conference on emerging technologies in Engineering, Sciences and Entrepreneurship (ICESE) 2020 which is scheduled to take place on the 22nd to 23rd July, 2020 in Teegala Krishna Reddy Engineering College (TKREC), Hyderabad with IFERP is to present the latest research and results of scientists (preferred students, post graduate Students, Research Scholars and post-doc scientists) related to Electronic and Communication engineering, Data Analytics, Cybersecurity, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering. The conference will feature traditional paper presentations as well as keynote speeches by prominent speakers who will focus on related state-of-the-art technologies in the areas of the conference.Read More
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Interact with eminent international speakers
Participate in Brainstorming technical sessions
Join special interest groups
Access new and profound research ideas
Showcase your latest research findings through either the means of an oral or poster or Video presentation
Connect with top industry experts at the Conference
Publish your research in International SCOPUS Indexed Journals
Avail opportunities to network and exchange ideas
Get inspired towards undertaking professional studies
Network with likeminded peers
Share your knowledge to enhance the growth of your field
Gain recognition & earn a Reputation
Make your presence felt at an epoch-defining making conference
Commune with industry experts at the Conference
Industry Professionals(CEOs, CMOs, Vice-Presidents, Directors, GMs)
Practitioners (Brand Specialists, Head of Marketing)
Editorial Board Members of Journals
The main objective of the International Conference on emerging technologies in Engineering, Sciences and Entrepreneurship (ICESE–2020) is to encourage scientific and informative exercises for the development of participants' lives by promoting the theory and application of different disciplines and divisions linked to the hurdles of experimental research.
One of the goals of ICESE–2020 is to give specialists a world-class stage to distribute research discoveries by using innovative means of lecturing and presenting. This one-of-a-kind lecture output will be of tremendous benefit to students participating in the event. Scientists will also be invited to distinguish significant research subjects in identified regions in the fields of applied sciences, engineering, technology, and management.
The International Conference on emerging technologies in Engineering, Sciences and Entrepreneurship (ICESE–2020), one of the most comprehensive professional conferences of its kind in world, has been specifically designed to present technical and other assistance to intensify research and development enterprises, by proclaiming high quality research findings, as well as research papers/articles.
The capital city of Telangana, Hyderabad is a popular tourist destination and presents its visitors with a mesmerising contrast of age old traditions, culture at one end and modern facilities, amenities of a metropolitan city at the other end. Hyderabad is one city, which has no dearth of tourist attractions. The very well known Charminar of Hyderabad is located at the Old City. This square shaped structure with a height of 56 m and breadth of 30 m was constructed in 1591. It was built by Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in the honor of his wife Bhagmati. Charminar is adorned with four towers in each corner. The minarets on each side, is of 48.7 m height, each with four storeys. Lighting in the evening is quite glamorous and makes for a worth watching site.
Just 11 km away from the city, the architectural marvel Golconda Fort is well connected to the rest of the city. Built by Qutub Shahi Kings, this fort presents an impressive structure, with eight gates and 87 bastions. Its impressive structure has majestic walls which are as high as 15 to 18 foot and a parameter of close to 11 km. Along with brilliant architecture; this fort also captivates its visitors with its system of acoustics, its water supply system, 'Rahban' cannon and Ramdas’ prison which has carved Hindu deity in it.
Since 1991, Ramoji Film City has been alluring tourists from every corner of the country. One of the largest film studios in the world it has the capacity to house almost 50 film units within a given point of time. It is also listed in Guinness Book of World Records as well. Spread over 2500 acres, it is situated about 30 km away from Hyderabad. Its brilliant architecture and sound technical facilities make it suitable for all the pre and post production of a film. Its various sets like London Street, Hollywood sign, Japanese gardens, etc; landscapes; vintage buses; and many other features such as Filmi Duniya, Action, Interactive Entertainment, etc, makes a trip to Ramoji memorable.
Connecting the twin cities, Hussain Sagar Lake boasts of being the largest artificial lake in Asia. On the tributary of Musi River, it was excavated during Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah’s reign, in 1562 AD. It has got its name after Hussain Shah Wali. The main attraction is 16 m high white granite statue of Lord Bhudda with a weight of 350 tonnes, situated at the middle of the lake. The lighting show here is worth watching.
Located atop 280-foot-high hillock of Kalapahad, the beautiful Birla Mandir has derived its name from the industrialist Birlas who have constructed Birla temples in various parts of the country. Constructed in 1976, it is said it took close to 2000 tonnes of white marbles to build this stunning temple which was brought from Rajasthan. It has drawn its architecture from the amalgamation of three known architectural designs - South Indian Architecture, Utkal temple Architecture and Rajasthani Architecture.