Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
IISc ComSoc Student Branch exists for a long time. They conduct lot of activities on regular basis.
Office bearers are:
Branch Advisor: Prof. T Srinivas
Please contact here for more detail.
Indian Cybertariats (One day workshop on 29th July @ IISc.)
IEEE Communication Society Student Chapter
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
In association with the
IEEE SSIT/ES Joint Chapter, Bangalore Section
One-day Workshop on
29 July 2017 (Saturday)
Golden Jubilee Seminar Hall, ECE Dept,
Indian Institute of Science
The term “CYBERTARIAT” is used analogous to secretariat to facilitate an inclusive societal governance by the government or any organization either private or public deploying modern features involving Information and Communication Technoogy (ICT) and Cyber – Physical Systems (CPS). Cyber Physical system (CPS) is a modern way to visulaize a physical system, and its extension involving the modern technologies such as information technology, wireless communications, electronics and sensors, and so on and has many social applications such as health care, education, town planning and so on.
Cybertariat has many interesting features from a technological perspective, such as wireless networking, cyber security, and resource management to social aspects such as per-to-peer relations ships to social networking. This workshop is organized by IEEE-IISc student branch in association with the IEEE- Society for Social implications of technology, Bangalore Chapter. It is designed to be of interest to wide ranging participants from students of ICT to government and industry officials interested in using ICT in their office environment. In the modern day the society is not isolated from technology.
1.Pawan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi
2. N Vijayashankar, Director: Cyber Law College and Ujvala Consultants Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
Three Dimensional Information Security Approach
3. (On skype) Greg Adamson, Board of Directors, IEEE-SSIT, Dept of ECE, Univ of Melbourne
4. T V Gopal, Dept of Computer Science, Anna Univ
Some Humane Imperatives in Governance Going Online
5. T. Srinivas, Indian Institute of Science, Banglaore
Microsensor Technology for Cyber Physical Systems Applications
Fee: Rs. 1500/- for non-members, Rs. 1200/ for IEEE members, Rs. 1000/- for IEEE ComSoc and/or IEEE SSIT/ES members.
Free for limited number of IEEE-IISc students (please contact the Mr.Manu)
The fee includes a kit, lunch/ tea etc.
A participation certificate will be given.
Priya Ranjan Mishra, Phillips (mishra.priyaranjan@philips. )