REV2019 03–06 February 2019, B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bengaluru, India

REV2019 03–06 February 2019, B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bengaluru, India

Some workshops run parallel, make sure not to register for more than one workshop in the same time slot.

Takeaways From Pre Conference Workshops - 90 Minute Duration

1. Remote Lab-"A Platform For Experiential Learning"

Takeaway: Awareness and experience of executing experiments remotely, Knowledge on ways to create a remote lab facilitating remote learning

2. Tutorial On "How To Create A Remote Experiment"

Takeaway: Awareness on how to build remote experiments using relevant hardware.

3. "Immersive Learning Solutions - AR/VR/MR"

Takeaways : Examples of AR, VR and MR. New use cases for Augmented reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed reality , Popular Application Areas in Corporate, Awareness to hard ware and Apps. Experience of AR, Back end technology , Case studies.

4. Workshop on “Advanced study on Video and Audio Processing, Compression and Transcoding”

Takeaway: Awareness and knowledge of different advanced techniques implemented in digital audio, video and image processing in the multimedia industry.

5. Workshop on "An Open and Improved VISIR System Through PILAR Federation for Electrical/Electronics Remote Experiments".

Once the PILAR project is introduced, and after training in VISIR remote labs, All attendees will be invited via the PILAR platform to freely access and experiment with VISIR.

6. Workshop on “Developing and deploying analytics for Cyber-physical systems ", using MATLAB and Simulink”

Takeaway : Awareness of a platform to explore different machine learning, signal processing, and dynamic modeling techniques to develop an algorithm that can accurately determine when a machine will require maintenance. After having trained and validated the algorithm, How It can then be integrated with embedded devices and enterprise IT platforms.

7. Workshop on " Role of Industry 4.0 and Digital Twin in Manufacturing".

Takeaway: Answers to What is Industry 4.0, potential for disruption, How to get started and be early adopters

8. Evaluating Online Experimentation

Takeaway: To grasp the purpose of the methodology used, the importance of gathering data in a controlled manner and how using online experimentation can be a motivational factor, without the loss of effectiveness in conceptual knowledge gain.


Workshop Schedule


You can select the workshops in the Conftool Submission System:, which gives the organizers an overview of the needed capacities, but you will have to finalize your registration as well as the payment on arrival at the conference reception desk.

The deadline for workshop registrations is 15th January.The confirmed participants will receive an email from the workshop team regarding their seat confirmation. The workshops that are full will be indicated after Jan 15th.

Pre-Conference Workshops (03 Feb 2019) 1 Workshop 2 Workshops
Indian + International Participants
Students Rs. 500 Rs. 750
Research Scholars (Ph.D. Students, Faculty) Rs. 750 Rs. 1000
Industry Rs. 1250 Rs. 1500

Important Dates

30 Sep 2018Submission of structured abstracts for full and short papers;
Submission of proposals for special sessions
10 Oct 2018Invitation to submit a full paper or short paper
12 Nov 2018Submission deadline for complete full and short papers and all other submissions (Special sessions papers, Work in Progress, Demos, Poster, Tutorials, Workshops)
22 Nov 2018Notification of Acceptance
15 Dec 2018Camera-ready due
Late Paper submission
21 Dec 2018Submissions for GOLC OnlineLabAward 2019
15 Jan 2019Author registration
03 Feb 2019Conference Opening


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