Int’l moot on ‘advanced communication’ concludes
A two days International Conference on ‘Communication, Computing and Digital Systems‘ organized by Bahria University concluded at BU Islamabad Campus Thursday. The aim of this conference was to provide an international forum for academia, research organizations and industry to share their knowledge, experience, and contributions. The event provided a unique platform to discuss latest innovations and challenges, local as well as global, in the fields of communication, computing and digital systems.
Ahsan Iqbal, Minister of Planning and Development of Pakistan graced the occasion as a Chief Guest on the closing session of the conference. While speaking to the audience, he said It is heartening to know that the C-CODE conference – in the very first year of its launch had attracted researchers and academicians from all around the globe and received a record number of submissions in the category of technical conferences in Pakistan through Bahria University.
He added that current government has done a remarkable job in improving economic situation of Pakistan, our stock market is at record high and all international indicators are positive about Pakistan. In the coming days the policies, developments and initiatives undertaken by this Government will provide the foundation for tremendous growth in all sectors in general and in ICT, in particular. He congratulated Bahria University for a successful International conference.
Earlier in his address at closing ceremony, Honorable Rector of Bahria University, Vice Admiral ® Tanveer Faiz HI (M) expressed his gratitude to the chief guest for his presence in the ceremony. He said that we truly are in the era of technological innovation having great ideas from outside the traditional boundaries, from people who suddenly have the tools to collaborate, innovate and make their expertise known and all this is happening in a global world independent of geographical or other boundaries.
Young people, using new tools, are creating products and paradigms that companies can’t. This is indeed amazing. Let us ensure that we are able to adapt to that, i.e. our young people are equipped with the latest tools and technologies so that they can innovate. C-CODE’17 is a step in this direction and we hope that this level of engagement is soon translated into real action.
Let us make a firm pledge that the two days spent here at Bahria University will make a real difference in the way we look at the problems we face and the solutions that we intend to design through innovation for a better world.