The objective of International Conference on “Advancements and Innovations in Civil Engineering” (IC-AICE-2021) which is scheduled to take place on the 18th and 20th March, 2021 organized by K.D.K.College of Engineering, Nagpur, to present the latest research and results of scientists (preferred students, post graduate Students, Research Scholars and post-doc scientists) related to Civil Engineering. The conference will feature traditional paper presentations as well as keynote speeches by prominent speakers who will focus on related state-of-the-art technologies in the areas of the conference.
Now-a-days the academia and researchers are not only pondering but also experiencing the overwhelming outcomes of interdisciplinary researches. Moreover, it has been ubiquitously encouraged by the governments, research agencies and by the academic institutions. The intent behind the international conference is to provide a common platform, where academia, delegates from industry and nominees from various Government and Private Universities and Institutions can sit together, and cherish about achievements so far, as well as deliberate upon futuristic approaches along with major bottlenecks. The deliberations will not only encompass all avenues but also through spotlight on positive and inadvertent impact of modern technologies on society.
The context of the conference is to foster as well as exaggerate the research culture among academia and industry facilitated by sprinkled out ideas by exchange of the intellect during conduct of the conference. Furthermore, the intent of the activity is to let the folks acquaint with transcendental growth, recent trends, innovations and security issues involved in the domain of civil engineering and their impact on societal applications through various brainstorming sessions. The conference will facilitate the young researchers, industries and research agencies especially, those, who are carrying out their research work in the aforesaid domain of civil engineering with valuable discussions in order to make the outcomes more realistic.