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Hands on Workshop on Analog & Embedded Processing on MSP430, Bangalore

Department of Medical Electronics & Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC), BMSCE in collaboration with Texas Instruments & Cranes Software International Ltd is organizing TEQIP-II sponsored one week workshop on “Analog & Embedded Processing” from 1st to 6th July 2013 for the benefits of PG Students/Research Scholars and Faculties. The resource persons for the workshop will be from TI, Cranes, Infosys, Bosch and other institutes. The workshop consists of lectures and hands on sessions on ASLK Kit, DSP Kit and MSP430 Kit.
We request you to attend or depute PG/research students and faculties for the workshop

Participation is for the faculties, Research Scholars and PG students from colleges/ universities from Medical
Electronics, Electronics, Electrical, Telecommunication, Instrumentation and allied branches. The participation is
also open to the industry professionals. The registration is limited for 50 Participants on first come first serve

Workshop On Biomedical Informatics in AIIMS, New Delhi

Indian Council of Medical Research

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April 27 – 30, 2011

Bio-Medical Informatics Centre (ICMR), Department of Biophysics,
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi – 110029
Bio-Medical informatics is a newly emerging interdisciplinary field that integrates medicine, biology, and information technology. This workshop is the starting point for hands-on instruction in the use of software tools for genomic and drug discovery. The workshop will focus on the basics of protein structures, molecular modeling and receptor-ligand docking techniques in addition to sequence alignment tools and databases. More emphasis will be given to hands on training and practical exercises.
The workshop is fully supported by ICMR. There will be no course fee. However, the selected students will have to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Preference will be given to applicants from in and around Delhi and to those who can use these tools in their research work. A maximum of 25 participants will be selected.