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Eligibility and Rules Participants with a valid Identity card/Bonafide Certificate of their respective institute are eligible to participate in Techscribe’12. Student of any discipline is eligible to participate in this event. Paper may be Experimental/ Research/ Project work/ Review. Maximum of three members allowed per team, all of them belonging to the same institute.Any number of teams from a institute can submit their papers and the team should have a name that would be used for any further reference. For the screening purpose, only abstract/ brief summary of the paper not exceeding 400 words must be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject : Tech Scribe -, as an attachment with the name, e-mail, contact number, institute name of every member as body. Participants should also register on Techniche website before mailing the abstract. The last date for submission is 13th August, 2012 and any registered entry that exceeds the deadline will be disqualified. A presentation has to be created by the participants based on your paper and that would be presented before the experts. The entire report/paper in form of three hard copies and one soft copy should be brought to the venue for judges.
Eligibility and Rules The selection of papers for final presentation would be done entirely on the basis of your abstract/summary only. We can also ask for the full paper for abstract selection purposes The short listed teams after the screening round will be displayed on TECHNICHE website by 19th of August. All the winners are requested to submit their full paper before 23th August 11 pm. Submitting full paper is crucial to confirm your participation in Techscribe. Each team will get a maximum of 12 minutes to articulate important features/points of their paper through PowerPoint Presentation in front of panel of judges and then 5 minutes for Q & A and discussion. If exceeded, the marks may be deducted accordingly. The decision of the judges and the organizers shall be final and abiding. Every member of the team should present the slides.IMP: Certificate from the Head of the Department or any other concerned authoritymentioning that participants have done original work relevant to the submitted paper shouldbe submitted beforehand.
Format of Abstract / SummaryThe submission should only be in pdf format. Please do not send any other format.• Abstract should be in Times New Roman, font 12, Black, single spacing.• Maximum word limit :400 words.• Complete Bibilography should be provided in the abstract itself(word count excluded). Judging Criteria : Papers submitted will be judged by a panel of professors on the following basis : Originality & Innovation. Technical Content. Clarity of Presentation Practical Application
Paper Layout• Structure : The structure of the paper must have the following sections : a cover page, a title page table of contents, abstract, introduction, body, conclusions & biblography.• Details : The participants should furnish the following details on the cover page :: Team name, names of the team members, contact address, phone numbers, e- mail addresses and name of the institute.• Title page : On the title page, only the title of the paper should appear. The title should consist of the minimum number of keywords necessary to portray accurately the contents of the paper. Reader’s interest is stimulated by a well- : chosen title. The author’s name should NOT appear on the title page, nor should any other person’s or institute’s.• Table of Contents : The table of contents should consist of a list of the parts of the paper and the page numbers, in order in which they occur.• Abstract : The abstract should not describe the paper, but should give, in brief, the essential facts of its contents; for example, a brief of the problem or objective and a concise summary of the results or conclusion, touching upon methods or other details only if they are unique or if they are of some particular significance. The abstract should be no longer than 150 words.• Introduction : The introduction should lead to the development of the subject so that the reader may obtain a clear understanding of the significance of the paper or article prepared. This can often be done by briefly giving the state of the art as background and then by bringing out the added advantages of the method of approach and emphasizing the importance of the results or conclusions.
Paper Layout• Body : The main argument of the subject is carried out in the body of the paper, complete with supporting data. The argument should proceed in a logical sequence according to a prepared outline. The writing should be in the third person. Support data and results can be presented most effectively as curves, charts or tables.• Conclusion : The conclusion is often considered the most important part of a paper. It should be stated concisely in a separate section at the end of the paper. If there are three or more conclusions, better emphasis can be obtained by numbering each conclusion and setting it off in a separate paragraph.• References : To enable the reader to consult important works used by the author identical to the preparation of his manuscript and other related literature, which might be helpful, a suitable reference list should be appended.
Formatting• The submission should only be in pdf format. Please do not send any other format.• Maximum number pages of the paper should not exceed• Recommendations should be in single column, Italics, Times New Roman, 12 point.• The entire main report should be in Times New Roman, 12 point, single spacing. NOTES :• All entries shall be property of Techniche, and Techniche shall the right to use or reproduce the same.• The organizers reserve all rights to change any or all of the above rules as they deem fit. All changes will be highlighted on the website and registered paticipants shall be informed by email.• The decision of organisers and panel of Judges will be final and binding on all participants.
Papers spanning the underlying modules are invited: A) COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING : This module is open to all entries and the recommended topics are:• Software Development• Computer and Network Security• Ad-hoc networks• Mobile Computing• Distributive Systems B) ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION : This module is open to all entries and the recommended topics are:• Image Processing• Speech/Speaker processing• VLSI• Biometric Authentication• Wireless Communication• UWB Communication• Video Processing
C) CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING : This module is open to all entries and the recommended topics are: I) Civil :• Application of GIS and Satellite Remote Sensing in Civil Engineering• Seismic Damage Assessment• Air and Water Quality Monitoring• Heavy Metal Removal from Waste Water• II) Mechanical :• Computational Fracture Mechanics• Metal hydride based thermal machines• Thermal Hydraulics• Mechanical Vibration• Cryogenics• Renewable Energy : Wind, Tidal, Solar etc.
D) BIOTECHNOLOGY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING : This module is open to all entries and the recommended topics are: I) Biotechnology:• Reproductive Biology and Molecular Endocrinology• Genetic Engineering of Stem Cells for tissue repair• Biotransformation of Heavy Metals• Protein folding and aggregation. II) Chemical Engineering:• Polymer Nanocomposites• Interfacial phenomena• Complex Flow and Fluids• Nano-Materials in Chemical Engineering• Sono-process engineering
E) TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES This module is open to all entries and the recommended topics are: I) Mathematics:• Mathematical Biology• Mathematical Finance• Optimization of Inventory Models II) Chemistry:• Chemisrty in Everyday Life.• Material Chemistry• Computational Chemistry III) Physics:• Material Physics / Metamaterials• Photonics / LASER / Fibre Optics• Quantum Physics