International Conference on Renewable Energy Research & Education
Welcome to International Conference on Renewable Energy Research E Education (RE)2 9-10 February 2018, which is organised by Faculty of Sciences, Government College Autonomous, College with Potential for Excellence, NAAC "A" Grade, Affiliated to Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajamahendravaram, Andhra Pradesh, India in Association with Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, UofL, USA. The Government College Rajahmundry situated on the banks of the Sacred Godavari. It was established in 1853, completed 160 years of its mammoth service in the field of Higher Education. It is the first and the oldest college in Andhra Pradesh imparting quality education over the decades.
The proceeding of (RE-2018) will be published by AIP (American Institute of Physics) conference proceedings. The Proceeding will have a Volume number, ISBN, ISSN, and will be registered with the Library of Congress. AIP Conference Proceedings are indexed in a number of services,
including these leading databases :-
1. The Conference Proceedings Citation Index (part of Web of Science), 2. Scopus (Elsevier), 3. Inspec, 4. Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), 5. Astrophysics Data System (ADS), 6. UGC Journal List.
Partially Sponsored By
The RE2-2018 is partially sponsored by :
University Grants Commission (UGC)
Young Achiever Awards
Nominations are invited For the Young Achiever Award form researchers (age below 40 years and having at least 3 years of research experience after Ph.D. degree) working in the Held of Renewable Energy Research E Advanced Energy Materials. The nominations should be submitted by December 15th 2017 Candidate needs to apply through online from user accountRead More
Govt. College , Rajamahendravaram
The Government College Rajahmundry situated on the banks of the Sacred Godavari it was established in 1853 completed 160 years of its mammoth service in the field of Higher Education. It is the first and the oldest college in Andhra Pradesh imparting quality education over the decades.Read More