Organized by Department of CSE & IT, SRMSCET Bareilly
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow
Date: 12th – 16th July, 2016
Time: 9:00am to 4:40 pm
Venue: CS Seminar Hall
Good afternoon, I Sakshi Gupta faculty of CS Department welcomes Er. Subhash Mehra Sir, Trust Administrator, Prof Dr. Prabhakar Gupta Dean Academics SRMSCET, Mr. L. S. Maurya, FDP coordinator and HOD of CS department, all the faculty members and all the participants present over here in the valedictory session.
As we all now come to the end of five days FDP on Network Simulator 2, I would like to take you through the brief summary of all the sessions.
The FDP was started at 9:30 am 12 July 2016 with the inaugural session in the presence of Honourable Chairman Sir Shri Dev Murti Ji, Trust Secretary Aditya Murti Sir, Richa Murti mam, Chief guest Prof D K Lobiyal from JNU New Delhi, Dean Academics SRMSCET Prof Prabhakar Gupta Sir and FDP coordinator and HOD of CS department Mr. L. S. Maurya Sir. Inaugural session was started by lightning of ceremonial lamp by all dignitaries present in the session and with Saraswati Vandana. After the welcome address by MOC, FDP coordinator Mr. L. S. Maurya sir HOD of CS department, welcomed all the respected dignitaries and participants and introduced the objective and theme of FDP. Then Aditya Murti Sir, Trust secretary appreciated the program organized by CS department in his speech. Followed by the address by chief guest Prof. D.K. Lobiyal from JNU New Delhi in which he had given brief information about the importance and application of Network simulator2 in research and development. The Honourable Chairman Sir Shri Dev Murti Ji encouraged the faculty member for such activities and emphasized on the benefits of such kind of resourceful activities. He also gave his best wishes and shown support for this program. In the end of Inaugural session Dr. Prabhakar Gupta Sir, Dean Academics SRMSCET proposed vote of thanks and gave his best wishes for the program.
After this we started with the technical session for all 5 days with two sessions on each day.
The first session was taken by Prof. DK Lobiyal from JNU New Delhi who delivered a keynote address on ‘simulation of Computer Network and application in research field.
In the noon session, Dr. Sushil Kumar from JNU New Delhi delivered an interactive lecture on component and tools of NS2, It further continued with lab session where participants learned the basic syntax of Tcl Programming.
In morning session, an informative lecture on next generation Network was discussed by Dr. Karan Singh from JNU New Delhi. In this session participants learned about the importance of NS-2 in growing research areas.
The noon lab session was taken by again by him on TCL/OTCL programming and detailed step by step procedure for installation of NS-2 on Linux operating system.
In the morning session Dr. Hari Prabhat Gupta from IIT BHU Varanasi has illuminated us on Wireless Scenario and Energy efficient Mobile Adhoc Network Routing Protocols.
In noon session an enlightening lecture was taken by Dr. Tanima Dutta from IIT BHU Varanasi on introduction to wireless Network and discussed the various challenges of Adhoc Mobile network, which followed by lab session that was taken again by Dr. Hari Prabhat Gupta on NS-2 Installation.
In Morning Session, Mr. A.K Sinha from Nex-G Noida focused on wireless sensor Network. In this session Participants become familiar with the platform requirements to design the project on NS-2.
The noon lab session was again taken by him on the implementation of wired routing protocols on NS-2.
In morning lab session a demonstration on wireless routing protocols on NS 2 was given by A.K Sinha. The participants were trained with the coding of NS-2.
The noon session was again conducted by him on mobility models and installation of NS-2 on different operating system like Windows XP/ Windows-7.
Now here we come to valedictory session of FDP on NS-2.
All the sessions were very much informative. The discussed areas are of great benefit for participants as the topics match with their current working domain. Participants were enlightened with the most widely used advance techniques in this domain. This in turn will help in their research activity.