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GSSSIETW hosts webinar on ‘Telemedicine, IOT and Nanoscience’

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Mysuru: GSSS Institute of Engineering and Technology for Women (GSSSIETW), Mysuru, IEEE Student Branch and IEEE WIE Affinity Group in association with IEEE Bangalore Section and IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society Bangalore Chapter had organised second three-day IEEE Webinar series on “Telemedicine, IOT and Nano Science” from June 10 to 12.

All the sessions were commenced by welcoming the panel members, resource persons and participants by Dr. Parameshachari B D, Prof and Head, GSSSIETW, IEEE Student Branch Counsellor and Convener of webinar series.

Dr Álvaro Rocha, Honorary Professor, AISTI & amp; University of Coimbra, Portugal delivered webinar on “Maturity models versus Telemedicine”.

He highlighted about the growth stages of maturity models in various areas, growth towards an enhanced maturity and growth process stages which includes sequential, cumulative and hierarchical progression.

He also emphasized various growth stage models such as PIAGET’S stages of cognitive, Nolan’s stages growth models, Gallier’s stages of growth model. The speech continued with maturity models for hospital Information System Management and IT maturity model, NHS EPR maturity model which are engaged in managing the information in hospital and health care organization. Finally he concluded the webinar with –Telemedicine is a characteristic of higher maturity growth stages.

On Day 2: The webinar session was on “Monitoring the Jungle using Internet of Trees (IoT)” by Dr Liyanage C De Silva Professor & Dean, Faculty of Integrated Technologies (FIT), Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam.

The webinar started with a talk on smart homes and smart cities using IOT with the help of multimodal sensors and n-plug device to incorporate less power consumption. The monitoring of jungle is possible by sensing the environment, analyzing and optimizing, Constant monitoring of the environment using a multimode of sensors is essential to protect loosing biodiversity and avoid eco system collapse.

The speech enlightened that climate change detection using IOT is possible through detecting pollution, global emission etc. He also mentioned about applications of IOT for pollution monitoring and chemical hazard detection, flood detection and weather forecasting.

On Day 3: Dr. Vinay Venugopal, Professor & Head, Dept. of Physics, GSSSIETW, Mysuru delivered a webinar on “Nanostructured Multifunctional Antireflection Coatings for Solar Panel Glass” He discussed about structure of Photovoltaic module, efficient Anti Reflection Coatings (ARCs) to increase the transmittance, types of ARCs, design of ARCs, AR coating process, nano structured multifunctional ARCs on solar glass. The deliberations also included with challenges in large area nanostructured ARCs on solar glass using GLAD, active self cleaning: durability issues, according to Dr Parameshachari B D, Professor & Head, Department of TCE, IEEE Student Branch Counselor, GSSSIETW Mysuru-16.

Dr Shivakumar M, Principal, GSSSIETW gave the concluding remarks for all the three sessions of webinar series. He also congratulated Dr Parameshachari B D for organizing this informative webinar series.

Dr Raghavendra Prasad S G and Dr Jalaja were panelists for this webinar series.

All the sessions were appreciated by the participants. They expressed that the sessions gave valuable inputs and most of the doubts related to “Telemedicine, IOT and Nano Science” were cleared by the resource persons.

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