Rourkela: Dr. Anup Nandy, faculty of computer science and engineering, NIT Rourkela has been selected to present his research paper in the prestigious 5th BRICS Young Scientist Conclave 2020 scheduled to be held at Chelyabinsk, Russia from September 21-25.
Dr. Nandy is among six Indian scientists selected to present his research at the virtual BRICS conclave on the thematic area of Artificial Intelligence. His research paper focuses on the role of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare application. He is currently working as Assistant Professor (Grade I) in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at NIT Rourkela. His research interest includes Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Robotics.
The conclave to be held on virtual mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is organised by the National Research University South Ural State University, Russia with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Secretariat of the Russian BRICS STI Cooperation Council.
The key goals of the BRICS YSF are development of cooperation among the young scientists from the BRICS countries and creation of new young R&D groups. It is one of the most effective platforms for expanding the network of international contacts among young scientists and exchanging experience and best practices.
“It was a challenging task to compete and be a part of this conclave. This would provide an opportunity to create a network with young scientists of BRICS countries,” said Dr Nandy.