Sponsored by

Course Coordinator: Prof. Sudip Misra, IIT Kharagpur

Organized by
School of Information Technology
Indian Institute of Technology
Kharagpur 721302, India

Cloud computing and the big-data analytics are the two new technologies that are evolving across the globe. IT organizations are moving towards the concept of seamless computing, and real-time processing of data with high degree of resource scalability. Moreover, cloud technology is continuously improving in security and data integration techniques. Business organizations are more concerned with the growing scope of data 
analytics, rather than selective storing of data from diverse resources. Thus, big-data and cloud technologies go hand-in-hand and as a result, most of the organizations are inclining towards cloud delivery models, in addition with the support of big-data analytics, especially for mission-critical workloads.

The collaboration of these two technologies enable the scope of another emerging technology – the Internet-of-Things (IoT). With the help of cloud and big-data networking, today it is possible to envision pervasive connectivity, storage, and computation, which, in turn, gives rise to different IoT solutions from environmental sensing to public safety. IoT-based applications such as innovative shopping system, infrastructure management in both urban and rural areas, remote health monitoring and emergency notification systems, and transportation systems, are gradually realizing the long-awaited dream of smart-cities. Hence, proper focus on Internet-of-Things, with the assistance of cloud and big-data technology, is of utmost importance in today's modern world.

Resource Persons
Primarily faculty members of IIT Kharagpur will be teaching the course. Renowned professors/scientists from other academic/research institutions may also offer a few lectures.

Faculty and students of AICTE approved Technical Institutes are eligible to participate FREE of cost.  Other participants will have to pay the applicable fees.

Registration & Fees
Registration form in the prescribed format (see attachment) should reach the Coordinator on or before June 24, 2015. As there are only a few seats available for this course, preference will be given to eligible early bird registrations.  Please enclose your biodata along with the filled registration form. The selected participants will be informed through e-mail or by phone on or before July 1st, 2015. There is no registration fee (for AICTE approved institutions). However, while registering, a fee of Rs. 1,000/- by way of DD drawn in favour of Dean (CE), IIT Kharagpur has to be sent in advance, which will be refunded after successfully completing the course. The registration fee for other participants, if approved, will be Rs. 15,000 (excluding TA/DA). Course fees for other participants are to be paid strictly by bank draft in favor of 'CEP-STC, IIT Kharagpur' payable at Kharagpur.
The following course fees apply for eligible applicants:

For AICTE College Participants
AICTE Approved College Teachers/Students: FREE
The TA (for shortest route, by maximum AC 3-tier) of each AICTE college participant will be reimbursed up to an amount of Rs. 2,000. Relevant claim forms will have to be filled-up by the participant after completing the course. On campus accommodation, if available, will be provided to AICTE college participants.

Other Participants
Overseas Participants: US $500
Sponsored Industry/ Research Organizations:    Rs. 10,000
Self-sponsored Participants:     Rs. 5,000
The above fees do not include TA/DA/Accommodation for non-AICTE college participants. However, accommodation for these participants can be booked on payment basis. Such participants should inform their accommodation requirements immediately.

Address for Communication
Prof. Sudip Misra
School of Information Technology
Indian Institute of Technology
Kharagpur - 721 302
West Bengal, India
Phone: 03222 282338 (O); 09734880277 (Mob)
E-mail: smisra.editor@gmail.com

IIT Kharagpur Campus
Kharagpur is known world over for two landmarks. One, the longest railway platform in the world and the other, the Indian Institute of Technology, more commonly known as lIT. Situated about 120 km west of Kolkata, Kharagpur can be reached in about 2 hours by express trains from Howrah railway station of Kolkata or 3 hours by car from Kolkata Airport. Kharagpur is also connected by direct train services to most major cities of the country. The Institute is about 10 minutes drive (5 km) from the Kharagpur railway station. Private taxi, auto-rickshaw or cycle-rickshaw can be hired to reach the Institute.

Dr. Sudip Misra
Associate Professor
School of Information Technology
Indian Institute of Technology
West Bengal, India
Tel: +91-3222-282338
Fax: +91-3222-255303
Email: smisra@sit.iitkgp.ernet.insudipm@iitkgp.ac.insudip_misra@yahoo.com
URL: http://sit.iitkgp.ernet.in/~smisra/
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