How Past Researches Can Lead Way To Newer Technologies In India.


Call for Short Papers


Chairs: Pratik N SAVALE | Manya JAIN
(PURATATTVASAMVARDHAN (NGO), Pune, Maharashtra, India)

Like most third-world countries, India is also on its way to digital developments.
In this new age of tech-savvy millennials, where technology is being constantly applied to newer and newer areas, the past and its remains have constantly been exposed to methods that are as old as them. The round table intends to start from the very start and discuss how the data already present can yield more results or how the knowledge gathered by our predecessors can be harnessed better.
We intend on giving a new turn to some prominent studies to increase the data we get from them.

This round table seeks the following ideas:

• Scientific applications to ongoing or already established studies.
• How third-world countries like India can take a step towards sustainable
  heritage management?
• How can technological applications be made more accessible in terms of both
  usage and costs?
• How can already present infrastructure and technological knowledge be used
  in fulfilling the aim of sustainable heritage development?
  (Bringing to life the funda of less is more).

This is a call for short papers that seek to answer similar issues.
In addition to short impulse lectures, a lively discussion will be the true essence of this round table.

Send us your submission until September 3, 2021