Integration of Communications, Navigation, Sensing and Services (CONASENSE)
The Overall Objective of the SYMPOSIUM FOUR IN ONE is to open discussions on innovation and its commercialization through a strong partnership between industries and academia as well as on modern practices and methodologies in cross-/multi-/inter-disciplinary areas such as social science, technology, Business Canvas and so on. The novel, innovative solutions for the inherited and current problems will be examined to have a discrete system of work to be followed. The symposium will create an atmosphere for socialization among participants and on the popular happenings in the Digital World. It will also provide a platform for different sectors to look for new initiatives for defining project proposals.
BITSindri is the premier Engineering College of Jharkhand state in India. BIT Sindri is a public Institute controlled and managed by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Jharkhand, Ranchi, India. The institute was established in the year 1949 and is affiliated to Vinoba Bhave University (VBU). The alumni of BIT Sindri organizes an international event each year since 2016. The first event was held in Delhi, the second one in Dubai, the third event in Goa, and the fourth event will be held in Herning, Denmark.
CGC started its journey in 2004 as the Centre for TeleInfrastructure (CTIF). This legacy was gradually embraced to transform the sturdy network into a non-profit association, known as CGC since 2015. Today, CGC has been gaining the internationally acclaimed recognition for its activities. Officially, it has been inaugurated in Villa Mondragone, Rome, Italy on October 28, 2015, and legally registered in March 2016. CGC has several Divisions all over the world supporting the Global Network activities. CGC provides an international platform for the purpose to strengthen international and cross-/inter-disciplinary research and business development. The Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) sector has been the main focus for CGC since its inauguration in 2004. As ICT technologies rapidly evolve and security concerns continuously change, the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach to research, education and business model innovation of CGC have enabled it to keep pace with emerging issues. Currently, a strong emphasis is given to aspects such as security, eHealth, Green ICT, cybercrime, Multi Business Model Innovation (MBMI), Digitalization, etc.
CTIF Global Capsule-South East Europe (CGC-SEE) consists of Six countries namely Greece, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria. The names of the organizations are as followings: Athens Institute of Information Technology (AIT) Greece, University of Montenegro, Montenegro, Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, Macedonia, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania, University of Zagreb, Croatia and Technical University, Sofia, Bulgaria.
CENTRAL Project aims at developing and implementing academic educational curricula with an international orientation in content and form, aimed at preparing students for performing (professionally/socially) in a global and multicultural context and designed for domestic and/or foreign (international) students. CENTRAL is aimed at enabling employability, internationalisation and interdisciplinary engagement of students and graduates, as well as research staff. The goal is to modernize existing infrastructure in Asian universities by developing and implementing appropriate support software tools and to create new curricula in the fields of ICT, which are expected to grow exponentially in the next years and train and educated with skilled personnel.
The Green Technological Business Model innovation (GTBMI) aims to increase business potentials and competences by developing the workforce of the companies to increase growth and employment around the green economy. The purpose of the GTBMI project, through digitization, is to maintain, streamline and make better use of its material created through innovation in start-ups and SMEs as well as the processes and environments associated with them that focus on green business models.
Gitte Kingo Andersen