School of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Computer Application and Division of Research and Development organized ‘Feynman 100’ – 4th International Conference on Computing Sciences at Lovely Professional University. The conference, named after, Feynman, an American theoretical physicist aimed to bring together researchers, scientists, industry personnel, research scholars and students from India and the world. Faculty from world’s top universities, scientists and researchers attended this conference.
As the conference proceeded, the esteemed attendees at the conference enlightened LPU students about the industry shift towards new technologies in the field of computer science. Keynote speakers, Mr. Richard Hill, Professor and Head, Deptt. for Computer Science, Huddersfield University, UK, Mr. Deepak Dahuja, Associate Vice President, Hughes Systique Corporation (HSC) and Valentina E. Balas, Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania preceded the conference. Welcoming the researchers and scientists, LPU Chancellor, Mr Ashok Mittal congratulated all the participants and students for their research and bringing it forward for the community benefit.
The researchers presented their papers in various fields including multidimensional system architectures, software engineering and automation, intelligent systems, data science engineering, networks and data communication, Internet of Things, Cyber Security and, Embedded Systems among many more. Prof. Richard Hill from Huddersfield University, UK educated the students about IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and modern computing science. Prof. Valentina E. Balas from Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania informed the students about emerging trends in the field of computer science and urged them to keep up with the fast pace of emerging technologies.
The year 2018 marked the 100th birth anniversary of Richard Feynman, the theoretical physicist remembered for his contribution in quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics, superfluidity of super-cooled helium and, the patron model. Richard Feynman, Julian Schwinger, and Shin’ichirō Tomonaga jointly received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. With great participation of delegates from research, the conference proved to be a massive success, where participants shared their individual findings with fellow researchers.