Conference Theme :

Scholars, researchers, students, and professionals are all welcome to participate in the International Congress on Emerging Engineering Technology, Science & Humanities (IC"EETSH"-23), which is prepared to open discussion on all relevant subjects. By socialising, exchanging ideas, and meeting prominent individuals, you can widen your network. You'll learn more, discover new things, and develop your skills as a result of doing this.

Scope :

Micro- and Nanomaterials Technology Engineering and New Materials Applications and Materials in Optical, Electronic Materials Properties, Measuring Techniques, and Applications in Materials Science and Engineering Research, analysis, and modelling approaches used for producing and processing industrial materials Automotive Applications Materials Information Technology Applied Materials and Technology, Applied Mechanics for Materials.

About the Institution :

Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, established at 2008 is a leading and organized educational institution is run by Indra Ganesan Educational & Charitable Trust which has consistently followed a growth path owing to our philosophy of constant innovation, upgradation and well defined quality policy. We believe in educating people with the necessary skills to advance the engineering "state of the art". We have launched belief in the discovery of new knowledge through innovative research that encourages entrepreneurship and economic development to benefit our societies which lead us towards Excellence. Here equal importance is given to teaching and we follow ethical, environmentally responsible engineering practice, which is the need of this hour.

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Senior Lecturer

Nanotechnology Catalysis Research Centre, University Malaya, Malaysia.

Submissions Deadlines
Submission Deadline 08 June 2023
Revised Article submission Deadline 10 June 2023
Registration Deadline 12 June 2023
Conference Date 16 & 17 June 2023
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  • Registration fee includes conference kit refereshment, lunch, etc.
  • A Paper may contain 4 authors(including Guide) in the nominal charge.
  • Authors who wish to publish with Scopus, Sci, and UGC Care Journals can publish with additional publication cost quoted by the journal.
  • Articles must meet the selection criteria of respective journals.
  • If co authors want to participate, he/she has to pay Rs. 500/per head.
  • Paper template, copright form is available in ESP journals.
  • Acceptance Rejection will be intimated as soon as possible.
  • Other state / Foreign authors who are not able to participate can present their papers.
Registration Fee Details
UG/PG Student Rs. 2500/- $50
Research Scholar/Staff Rs. 3000/- $65
Corporate People Rs. 4000/- $115
Other Participants Rs. 750/- $10
*Note : The Conference Registration fee includes free of cost publication in ESP international journals only. Additional publication charges may applicable for Scopus, Sci, and other indexed journals.
Conference Chairs
Chief Patron Mr. T. Ganesan, Chairman, Indra Ganesan Institutions.
Patron Er G Rajasekaran, Secretary, Indra Ganesan institutions.
Co-Patron & Organizing Head Dr G Balakrishnan, Director, Indra Ganesan Institutions.
Convener Dr M Anusuya, Registrar, Indra Ganesan Institutions.
Co-Convener Dr V S Thangarasu, Principal , Indra Ganesan Institutions.
Organizing Secretary Prof. S. Krishnaveni, Mr. G. Alex Michael Raj
Internal Advisory Committee Dr. S.N . Sivanandam, Former Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, PSG College of Technology, India.
External Advisory Committee Dr. SN Deepa, Associate Professor, National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh, India.
Dr. Nehir Tokgov, Associate Professor, Department of Energy System Engineering, Osmaniye Korkut Ata University, Turkey.
Dr K. Viswanath Allamraju, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institution of Aeronautical Engineering, Telangana, India.
Dr. Sema Vural, Professor, Department of Metallurgy & Material Engineering, Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey.
Dr. Thuttagunta Manikya Sastry, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Organic chemistry, Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam, India.

Indra Ganesan College of Engineering, NH45B, Madurai Main Road, Manikandam, Tiruchirapalli, TamilNadu, India

About The City :

Tiruchirappalli or Tiruchi or Trichy is the 4th largest city in Tamil Nadu. The Kaveri river borders the north of the city. Trichy was once part of the Chola empire and houses several temples. The Shevaroy hills in the north and the Palani hills in the south and south-west frame the city which lies on the plains between them. The region around the city is a fertile one and hence is largely agricultural.

City Attractions:
  • Rockfort Ganapathi Temple : Located on a huge rock, this temple is one of the oldest temples in the country. The rock on which the temple stands is as old as the Himalayan Mountains. Following 344 steps, the main temple area starts. The temple has shrines for many Gods and Goddess of Hindu mythology. The temple was built in 7th century.
  • Rockfort Ganapathi Temple : Located on a huge rock, this temple is one of the oldest temples in the country. The rock on which the temple stands is as old as the Himalayan Mountains. Following 344 steps, the main temple area starts. The temple has shrines for many Gods and Goddess of Hindu mythology. The temple was built in 7th century.
  • Vekkaliamman Temple : Dedicated to the Goddess Parvati, this temple was built many centuries ago. Every year, this temple engages six festivals, which includes many cultural activities, shopping stall and others. The temple is specifically left without a roof. It is an important pilgrim spot and thus, it will be very crowded during auspicious days and religious festivals.
  • Mukkombu : Mukkombu is a small picnic spot which holds garden, fishing area and others. Boating facilities are also available here. Boating and fishing facilities are available only during tourism season. The region is famous among tourists for strolling, relaxing and enjoying the evening. If you visit during off-season, the region will be secluded for you to enjoy with your special ones.
  • Ranganathaswamy Temple : This 9th century temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is famous for its ancient Dravidian architecture. You can find many statues and carving in this 156 acre covering temple. The 72 tier temple tower is an interesting attraction of this temple.
  • Puliancholai Falls : This terrace waterfall is a picnic spot. The serene surrounding and pristine water body make the place more beautiful. The place will not be very crowded and thus, you can enjoy a relaxed time in this region.
  • Jambukeshwara Temple : This ancient 2nd century temple is a major pilgrimage site and tourist attraction. You can find many tourists visiting this temple to enjoy the carvings and paintings that explain many mythological stories. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and you can find many Dravidian styled architectural elements in the temple.