Scientist from Odisha chosen to present paper on Artificial Intelligence to BRICS nations

Rourkela: An Assistant Professor of the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela has been selected to participate in the prestigious 5th BRICS Young Scientist Conclave 2020.

The Assistant Professor, Dr. Anup Nandy, who works at the Computer Science and Engineering department of the institute is among the six Indian young Scientists to present his research to BRICS countries in the thematic area of Artificial Intelligence.

Nandy will present his research virtually on ‘The role of Artificial Intelligence to Healthcare Application’ on September 23.

In his reaction Nandy said, “The conclave will provide an opportunity to create a network with young scientists of BRICS countries. Even though many Indian young scientists were interested to participate in this conclave, six scientists were selected to present their research on the thematic area of Artificial Intelligence. I am happy to one of the six scientists to present the research paper.”

The 5th BRICS Young Scientist Conclave 2020 is being organized 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.

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