C’CODE 2 days International Conference at Islamabad campus
Category: Past Events
Published on: March 8, 2017

Islamabad: A two days International Conference on `Communication, Computing and Digital Systems` has been organized by Bahria University Islamabad Campus on 8th- 9th March 2017. The aim of this conference is to provide an international forum for academia, research organizations and industry to share their knowledge, experience, and contributions. The event provides a unique platform to discuss latest innovations and challenges, local as well as global, in the fields of communication, computing and digital systems. The conference has technical sessions, invited talks by eminent speakers and panel discussions.

Mr. Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman, Federal Minster of Education, graced the occasion as a Chief Guest on the inaugural session of the conference. While speaking to the audience, he said that it is heartening to know that the C-CODE conference – in the very first year of its launch has attracted a large numbers of researchers from all around the globe and has very high number of submissions. Acceptance rate of about 18%, which is typically achieved in very high standard international technical conferences – is indeed the evidence of research community trust and the success of this conference. He said that in this fast passing century of technology and ideas, in which smart ideas with little or no physical resources have turned into multi-billion organizations – Human resource development is thus essential for any country to progress rapidly. The government of Pakistan is well aware of this fact and is investing in all aspects of human resource development and its management.

Earlier in his address, Honorable Rector of Bahria University, Vice Admiral ® Tanveer Faiz HI (M) expressed his gratitude to the chief guest for his presence in the ceremony. He said that the main objective of this conference is popularizing the idea of global citizenship and providing a catalyst for transition to the era of nationalism to internationalism, which can help students to actively help shape their lives and the environment they live in. He added that we are committed to excellence in teaching and research and this conference is a step towards promoting the research culture at the university.

The conference is divided into different themes covering challenges and opportunities in the fields of Computing, Communication and Digital Systems. The key note speakers of the conference, Dr. Kim Stansfield from Warwick University UK and Dr. Ghazali bin Sulong from University of technology Malaysia also shed light on educational institutions for incorporating a globalized curriculum. The conference speakers presented their respective papers on the themes such as the Communication, Computing and Digital Systems. Prominent distinguished foreign speakers from UK, USA, Turkey, Pakistan, Scotland, Portugal, Malaysia and Netherlands have participated in the conference.