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Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology (MBCET), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala was established in the year 2002 by the Major Archdiocese of Trivandrum with the noble objective of providing quality technical and skill education based on fundamental human values. MBCET offers 7 Undergraduate programmes and 7 Postgraduate programmes in Engineering. The institution is an approved research centre of APJ Abdul Kalam Kerala Technological University. All the B.Tech programmes are accredited by NBA since 2016. The institution is also accredited by the NAAC with A grade (CGPA 3.13) since 2016. The institution was conferred with the “Autonomous” status by the University Grant Commission (UGC) in the year 2020.

About the Conference

The International Conference on E-Mobility, Power Control and Smart systems (ICEMPS) is a premier Conference being organized as a follow up of the preceding mega events of IEEE ICAGE 2014, IEEE PEDES 2016 and IEEE SPICES 2022 hosted by MBCET. Thiruvananthapuram being the capital of Kerala and home to many organization like VSSC, CTCRI,IIST, LPSC, IISU and so on. MBCET envisages ICEMPS as a platform for Research scholars, students and professionals to meet the leading experts in the field of Circuits, Systems Control, Electric vehicles, Power and Energy systems. With a rich mix of programs of keynote lectures, plenary sessions, tutorials, technical sessions and so on, ICEMPS 2024 will surely be a unique and exciting experience. The State of Kerala is known for its beauty and greenery hence there will be enough for sightseeing as well.


About  IEEE Kerala Section


IEEE activities in Kerala were formally initiated on 17 February 1975 as a subsection under the then India Section. Kerala subsection became part of the Bangalore Section in 1976 upon formation of India Council, and later, it became a full Section in 1983. From the outset, IEEE Kerala Section has been noted for its vibrant activities. Several innovations from IEEE Kerala Section in organizing activities for students as well as professionals have been appreciated and replicated by the global IEEE community. Winner of MGA Large Section Award in 2015 and Region 10 (Asia Pacific) Outstanding Large Section Award in 2004, 2009 and 2015, IEEE Kerala Section has been organizing high quality, high impact technical events including several international conferences in the recent past. The Humanitarian Technology initiative (which later led to formation of SIGHT), the first ever IEEE Job Fair for Undergraduate Students, the formation of LINK (Local Integrated network of Kerala) – a framework connecting all the Student branches in the Section, which has been replicated globally, and the coining of “Joy of Volunteering”, have been some of the humble initiatives that trace back its root to Kerala Section. Well supported by the different AGs – Young Professionals. WIE and Life Members, they form the backbone of some of the major activities in the Section. The presence of 10 Technical Societies add a technical focus to the community and provide them with a dimensional focus.

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