Flagship Programs


Fifth Indo-American Frontiers of Engineering Symposium (IAFOE) 2014 

Convened by: Indo-US Science and Technology Forum in partnership with National Academy of Engineering, USA

Indian Chair : Upadrasta Ramamurthy Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 
Email: ramu@materials.iisc.ernet.in, satwiku@gmail.com

US Chair : Lisa Alvarez-Cohen
University of California, Berkeley, CA
Email: chair@ce.berkeley.edu,chair@ce.berkeley.edu

Principal Organizers

Rajiv Sharma, Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, India 
Email: rajiv@indousstf.org 

Janet Hunziker, Academy of Engineering, Washington DC, USA
Email: jhunziker@nae.edu

Date & Venue: 18-21 May 2014, Mysore, India

Session Themes:

  • BIOMATERIALS
    -Glimpses into the Exciting World of Biomaterials through Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery Systems
    -Polymeric Biomaterials for Targeted Macromolecule Delivery
    -Stimuli Responsive Lipid and Biopolymeric Biomaterials for Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering
    -Transforming Biomaterials with Novel Therapies . . . from Science to Entrepreneurial Start-ups
     
  • ENGINEERING IN THE CONTEXT OF BIG DATA
    -The Internet of Manufacturing Things 
    -Predictive Analytics for Industrial Applications
    -On The Algorithmic and System Interface of Big Learning
    -Facilitating Discovery in Big Data Sets
  • WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    - Climate Change Causes and Hydrologic Predictive Capabilities
    - Emerging Water Resources Modeling Technologies to Understand Climate Change Impacts on Various Sectors and Develop Adaptation Strategies
    - Interactions and Adaptations of Natural and Constructed Elements of Water Resources Systems
    - San Francisco Bay – Adapting to Rising Tides from Different Perspectives
  • GREEN APPROACHES TO COMMUNICATIONS
    -Mobile Processor Architectures: Design Implications and Challenges for Energy Efficiency
    -Energy Efficiency in Cellular Networks Commercial Software Design to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Mobile Devices
    -Energy Harvesting-Based Green Wireless Communication Systems