ICSEE 2016 is the fourth edition of the conference on Systems, Energy and Environment and the first one at international level. The objective is to provide a common platform for engineers, researchers and technologists to exchange their technical, scientific and experimental ideas for the sustainable development at global level. Every session of the conference will be enlightened with invited talks by experts from National University of Singapore, Delft University Netherlands, IITs, NITs and other premier institutes within the country.
The conference will be held at Government College of Engineering Kannur which has been a premier institution for imparting quality engineering education in northern Kerala (God’s own country) since its establishment in 1986. The present campus, spread across 64 acres, is located at Mangattuparamba, just off NH-17 and 15 km away from the district headquarters, Kannur. The college is affiliated to Kannur University and has both UG and PG programmes.
Kannur, the land of Lord Krishna, is believed to be an ancient port which had trade links with many foreign countries. The place is famous for a colourful folk art called “Theyyam”. A wide and diverse varieties of rituals, myths and folklores are connected to Kannur. It has been a key contributor to the cultural, religious, political and industrial heritage of the state. Apart from many rivers, temples, old shrines, palaces and ancient forts add to the scenic beauty of the place.
Kerala, a state on India's tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600 Km Arabian Sea shoreline. It is known for its palm-lined beaches and its backwaters, a network of canals popular for cruises. Many of its upscale seaside resorts include specialists in Ayurvedic treatments. Inlands are the Western Ghats, a mountain range whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as abundant native wildlife.
It is an isolated cluster of hills, situated at about 30 Km from the conference venue. Carved stone pillars and an ancient burial chamber can be seen at the foot of the hills. The hills are well known for its medicinal herbs. The largest naval academy in Asia is located here.
It is the largest fort in Kerala and situated on the backdrop of Arabian seashore. The zig-zag entrance and the trenches around the fort show the defence strategy inherent in the fort.
It is the first fortress of Portuguese in India which was later modernised by the Dutch. Lyinf on the shores of arabian sea, it is well protected and preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India.