Nitte (Deemed-to-be University) has its roots in a group of Institutions established by the Nitte Education Trust. The Trust was established in 1979 by one of India’s respected Statesman, Late Justice KS Hegde, Supreme Court Judge and Speaker of Lok Sabha, with the mission of empowering rural youth through quality education and healthcare. The Trust has established 36 institutions spread in three campuses at Nitte, Mangaluru and Bengaluru. It offers education in diverse areas of learning including health professions education, engineering, management, humanities, general education, vocational training, and school/pre-university education. The University offers a total of 98 programs in the disciplines of engineering, medicine, allied health sciences, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, physiotherapy, speech and audiology, biological sciences, media & communication, commerce, science, management and Architecture. It has 10,000+ students, over 875 faculty members and over 2475 support staff on roll. The University campuses are spread over 52 acres in Deralakatte-Paneer areas of Mangaluru and 110 acres in Nitte. The University received A+ Grading in NAAC accreditation in 2021. It has been consistently placed in the Top 70-80 rank band in NIRF. The University is placed in the 401 to 450 Rank Band in the QS Rankings for Asia Region. It has received Diamond rating in the QS I-Gauge India Ratings. The Constituent colleges of the university have good standing in their disciplines in the NIRF rankings. In 2021, the dental college was ranked 6th and the medical college and pharmacy colleges were ranked 45th in NIRF. All the Undergraduate Programs of NMAMIT are accredited by NBA. Further, the BPharm program of the University is accredited by NBA. The teaching hospital is accredited by both NABH and NABL.
Nitte Mahalinga Adyanthaya Memorial Institute of Technology (NMAMIT), affiliated to VTU, Belagavi, is an autonomous Institution offering UG, PG and Doctoral programmes. It is a unit of Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore. It currently offers 10 UG programmes in engineering, 06 M.Tech programmes, MBA and MCA programmes. The institute is ranked 138 in the NIRF ranking (Engineering Institutes) -2021, Govt. of India. Atal incubation center supported by NITI AAYOG, Government of India is situated in the campus. The institute is an ISO 9001-2015 certified for quality education by NVT Quality Certifications (ANAB accredited), also, accredited with ‘A’ grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (UGC NAAC). The college has signed MoU with reputed industries, research organizations, and International universities to promote close interaction in areas of recent technologies, Research & Development, and skill development programs.
NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte is hosting the Multiconference ICETE-2022 during 22 – 23rd December 2022. ICETE-2022 will have seven International Conferences under its umbrella which have been organized with specific themes pertaining to different Departments. The Department of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, under the Basic Science stream, are jointly organizing International Conference on Material Science and Mathematics for Advanced Technology (MSMAT). The main scope of MSMAT-2022 is to offer diverse sessions on the on-going developments and applications of material science and mathematics in designing modern technology. The conference, empowered by eminent speakers and researchers across the globe, will provide an opportunity for knowledge sharing and discussions on budding technological concepts with frontrunners in the respective fields. The deliberations include keynote addresses and invited talks by scientists around the world, oral and poster presentations by researchers and faculty. The conference establishes multidisciplinary summit that integrate research and education in the vital field of material science and advances in Mathematics and that transcends institutional, industrial, research organization and global barriers.
MSMAT-2022 will attract researchers and academicians in the field of basic sciences and engineering with a basic theme of co-relating applied research with technology. The conference includes but not limited to the following thrust areas:
|Surface, Interfaces and Thin Films||Ultrafast Optics and Non Linear Optics|
|Electrical and Magnetic Materials||Crystal Growth|
|Optoelectronics and Photonics||Polymer Science and Technology|
|Catalytic materials and Green Chemistry||Biomaterials|
|Advanced Energy Materials||Discrete Mathematics|
|Computational Materials Science||Probability Theory/Statistics|
|Advances in Nanomaterials Science||Algebra and Matrix Analysis|
|Metallurgy and Corrosion||Mathematical Modeling and Graph Theory|
The Basic Sciences Department includes the Department of Physics, Department of Mathematics and Department of Chemistry. All the three Departments have been playing a profound role in providing a strong basic foundation for engineering students. The Departments are recognized as Research Centres under VTU. The Department of Physics is actively involved in research areas such as Condensed Matter Physics, Laser and Photonics, Quantum Field Theory, Ion trapping and Atomic Physics and has more than 70 research articles in national and international journals. Department received external research funds from VTU and VGST. With more than 40 research articles published in reputed journals, the Department of Mathematics has 5 research scholars pursuing their PhD. The research is mainly focused on Graph Theory, Lattice Theory, Group Theory, Algebra, Fluid Dynamics and Tribology. The Department of Chemistry is actively involved in research in the areas like Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Nanocoatings, Corrosion Science and Polymer Composites. Till date, more than 90 research articles have been published by the Department in journals of national and international repute. Presently, 7 students are pursuing their PhD in the Research Centre.
The Institute is located on the Padubidri-Karkala State Highway (SH01) which is 10 km away from Karkala, well connected with Mangalore (60 KM) and Udupi/Manipal (45 KM) through NH66 & NH169. The participants can alight at Mangalore or Udupi Railway Stations/Bus Terminals or Mangalore Airport to reach the Institute.
The technical committee warmly invites extended abstract of original research papers describing their latest findings & research work to the conference from academic/industry professionals, R&D organizations & departments and researcher scholars across the globe. The manuscript should contribute original research ideas, analysis & findings which is related to the conference theme. The manuscript should not have been published in any journals or conference proceedings or magazines and not under review in any of them. Full-length manuscripts which clearly present the work, methods, originality, significance and applications of the research work should be submitted through Easy Chair Conference Management System. The accepted manuscripts, after peer review process, will be considered for e-proceedings and conference presentation. Authors interested in journal publication of their research article should submit the full-length manuscript as per prescribed format.
The research paper submitted should be an original work and should not have been submitted in any another conference or journal. The journal format should be followed for preparing the manuscript of the paper.
Manuscript needs to be prepared by keeping plagiarism below 15%. Manuscripts in electronic format (DOC, DOCX only) need to be submitted. The template for manuscript submissions can be found here
Accepted papers presented in the conference need to be resubmitted by the author(s) to the Materials Today Proceeding portal, which will be activated after the conference. Necessary instruction regarding the same will be given to the author(s) at the appropriate time.
There is no extra charge for publication.
For Foreign Delegates: USD $75.00
For Indian Delegates: INR Rs. 4000.00
The registration fee can be paid through NEFT as per the details given below.
A/c Holder Name: Nitte Deemed to be University
Canara Bank, Nitte-574110
Account Type: S/B
Account No.: 110047322915
IFSC/RTGS code: CNRB0010115
The proof of NEFT payment (with UTR No; Date & Time; Paper Id) needs to be communicated through email to email@example.com
|Submission of Full length manuscript (Opens from)|
|Last date to submit Full length Manuscript|
|Notification of Acceptance|
|Starting date for registration|
|Submission of Camera-Ready Manuscript|
|Last date for registration|
|10 March 2022|
|30 October 2022|
|10 November 2022|
|5 November 2022|
|20 November 2022|
|20 November 2022|
Chancellor, Nitte-Deemed to be University
President, Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore
Pro-Chancellor, Nitte-Deemed to be University
Chancellor, Central University, Karnataka
Vice Dean- Mech Engg, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Professor, University of Miyazaki, Japan
Senior Associate Dean and Professor, Penn State University, U.S.A
Professor, Purdue University, U.S.A
Professor, University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia
Director, Chairman, NIDEC-READ Corp., Kyoto, Japan
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
President, Kobayashi Create Co. Ltd.,Aichi-Ken, Japan
Principal, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte
Vice Principal & Dean (Academics)
Vice Principal & Controller of Examinations
Dean (R & D)
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Dept. of Computer Science Engg
Director (R&D Technical), Nitte-Deemed to be University
Head, Dept. of Physics,
Head, Dept. of Mathematics
Head, Dept. of Chemistry
Associate Professor,Dept. of Physics
Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Purdue University Fort Wayne, Indiana
Chief Scientist and Head, Surface Engineering Division, CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories, HAL Airport Road, Bangalore, India
Professor, Electrotechnical and Optoelectronics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czestochowa University of Technology, Armii Krajowej 17, PL-42-201, Czestochowa, Poland.
, Scientist, Institute of Electrochemistry, Ulm University, Germany
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry& Centre for Nanotechnology, IIT, Guwahati
Professor, Department of Mathematics, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Scientist E1, National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bangalore, Karntaka, India
Senior Technologist, Global Foundries, Singapore
Senior Scientist, CSIR-CIMFR, Dhanbad, Jharkand, India
Professor, Department of MACS, NITK, Surathkal, Karnataka, India
Asst. Manager (QC, R&D), MRPL, Mangaluru
Assistant Professor, School of Chemical and Materials Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Goa, Farmagudi, Ponda, Goa -403401, India
Professor, Department of MACS, NITK, Surathkal, Karnataka, India
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