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Deadline for abstract submission has been reached. No more abstracts will be accepted now. Thank you for the overwhelming response.

The following is the list of the final shortlisted participants who qualified for presenting their paper at Quark 2010 (listed category wise)


"All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become." - Gautam Buddha

Do you have an idea that has been nudging you for long.If you think it is the next big thing that will transform technology, then this event provides the perfect platform for you to showcase it and let the world open up tomorrow with your thought.

This event is for all those who are deeply involved in researching the different dimensions of science and engineering. It is designed to refine concepts, develop scientific attitude and approach towards problem statements.The event focuses on three areas of study: Engineering, Science and Humanities which are further divided into various categories. The participants are provided with different topics and problem statements under each category.

Remember, “The vitality of thought is in adventure, ideas won't keep”. So let your ideas find their way into action.


Below are given topics for paper presentation. One team can submit abstracts on only one topic. If you have worked on something innovative and that area is not being included in given topics then also your abstracts are welcomed.


Chemical (Code : CHML)

  1. Process synthesis and design
  2. Nano technology
  3. Process control and advanced process control
  4. Product plant design and simulation
  5. Energy engineering or Energy Management
  6. Alternate Fuels or Non-Conventional Energy Sources
  7. Petrochemical and refinery engineering
  8. Biological and synthetic materials
  9. Process intensification
  10. Environment management system
  11. Corrosion science and engineering

Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation (Code : EEE)

  1. Processor Architecture
  2. RF circuits
  3. VLSI & ULSI design
  4. Micro/Nano Electronics
  5. DNA computers
  6. Data Acquisition
  7. Electronics Smart Materials
  8. Analog/Digital Instrumentation
  9. Analysis and Control
  10. Industrial Instrumentation
  11. Analog\Digital communication: a.) Telecommunication Networks b.) Optical Networks c.) Wireless sensor Network d.) Wireless security e.) Multiuser communication
  12. Power: a.) Transmission and Distribution b.) Generation c.) Electronics d.) Machines
  13. Neural Networks: a.) Adaptive signal processing b.) Array signal processing
  14. Digital Signal Processing: a.) Image processing b.) Speech processing c.) Signal processing
  15. Distributed Control Systems

Mechanical (Code : MECH)

  1. Mechatronics
  2. Automobile Engineering And Design
  3. Computational Fluid Dynamics & Finite Element Analysis
  4. Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing
  5. Flexible Manufacturing Systems
  6. Microprocessor Based IC Engines/ Camless Engines
  7. Total Quality Management
  8. Genetic Algorithms In Machine Design
  9. Aerodynamics
  10. Plastic And Composite Manufacturing
  11. Manufacturing Technology Management

Computer Science and Information technology (Code : CS)

  1. Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary computation, neural networks
  2. Database and data mining
  3. Wireless communication
  4. Medical image processing
  5. Networking and information security
  6. Operation systems
  7. Distributed and parallel computing
  8. Internet application
  9. Algorithms
  10. Computational linguistics


Biology (Code : BIO)

  1. Genetics and Molecular biology
  2. Bio Informatics
  3. Bio electronics and instrumentation
  4. Bio –medical
  5. Bio-mimetics
  6. Bio-Nano technology
  7. Bio-sensors
  8. Bio-photomics
  9. Gene manipulation
  10. Stem cell biology

Chemistry (Code : CHEM)

  1. Photochemistry
  2. Determination of kinetics of chemichal reaction in range of femto seconds
  3. Determination of thermodynamic properties in single/multi component system
  4. Smart materials
  5. Nano particles and its applications in chemistry
  6. Ionic liquids
  7. Theoretical and computational chemistry, molecular modelling
  8. Bio degradable polymers
  9. Protein folding
  10. Green chemistry

Mathematics (Code : MATH)

  1. Set theory and logic
  2. Algebra
  3. Differential and Partial differential equations
  4. Geometry and Topology
  5. Discrete mathematics
  6. Number theory
  7. Cryptography
  8. Applied mathematics
  9. Vedic mathematics
  10. History of mathematics
  11. Finite element method
  12. Indian mathematicians’ contribution to mathematics

Physics (Code : PHY)

  1. Classical Mechanics
  2. Electromagnetism
  3. Computational Physics
  4. Non Linear Dynamics
  5. Nuclear Physics
  6. Optics / Optoelectronics / Photonics
  7. Particle Physics
  8. Quantum Computation
  9. Quantum Mechanics
  10. Relativity and Gravitation
  11. Condensed state physics
  12. Statistical Physics
  13. Astronomy and Astrophysics


Arts, Literature and General (Code : ART)

  1. Journalism
  2. Teenage Psychology
  3. Intelligence Quotient, Emotional Quotient, Social Quotient, Spiritual Quotient, Happiness Quotient
  4. How Arts & Literature imitate nature
  5. International and cross cultural studies
  6. Ethics – Professional vs. Personal , Law Ethics, Intellectual Property
  7. Management systems from Renaissance – Literature, Values and Leadership

Economics & Management (Code : ECO)

  1. Indian Economy - History, Development and Future
  2. Industrial Economics
  3. Internet Economics
  4. Finance
  5. Marketing & Advertisement
  6. Supply chain management
  7. Strategy planning
  8. Social Entrepreneurship
  9. Measures & Acquisition

General rules

  1. Event consists of THREE PHASES.
  2. Maximum three members can be in a team and no one can participate in more than one presentation per category.
  3. People from different colleges can participate under one team but not violating Rule 2.
  4. Students currently enrolled for up to an undergraduate/postgraduate/diploma program carrying a valid identity card of their respective institutes are eligible for the competition.
  5. Selected teams will be informed by mail or their team ids will be put up on site and they are required to submit full paper as per the guidelines.
  6. LCD projector will be provided for presentation by the institution.
  7. Participants must keep ready their authentication letter duly signed by the guide under whom they have done their research work or in case it is an independent research then authentication letter should be signed by Head of Department and should be properly stamped.(For details check guidelines of PHASE II).It is a letter supporting that the work is your original work and has not been copied.
  8. No consideration will be given to any teams in case of time conflicts with other events.
  9. Teams should inform us 1 week prior to the event for any specific requirement. However, the fulfillment of the requirement lies at the discretion of the Event Managers.
  10. You are required to regularly check website for any updates.


  1. Directly copying from the internet is strongly discouraged.
  2. Each paper should have valid references.
  3. Comparative analysis, innovations and new thoughts will be given weightage for the final selection.


(Only Online softcopy permitted)

1. Abstract should be in two pages –

  1. First page – Quark registration number, Name, email id, contact no., Branch, College
  2. Second page – Abstract.

2. Approximately 500 words which must contain entire summary of paper, results and conclusion.

3. Heading of second page must be the topic (Font size - 14) on which you are going to present your paper.

4. Abstract should be in one column, single space format, with one and half line spacing. Font – Times New Roman, Size – 12.

5. Page setup

  • Paper size: A4
  • Top Margin: 1”, Bottom: Margin 1”, Left: Margin 1”, Right: Margin 1”.  

6. Should be submitted in .doc, .docx or .pdf format and attached with the mail.

7. Abstract format can be downloaded from here(pdf and doc).

8. Abstract should be mailed to [email protected] latest by 13th January 2010

Format of E-mail

  1. The mail should have its subject as “Category Code” which are mentioned along with your area of interest. For e.g. If you are presenting paper under Mechanical Engineering then subject of mail should be ‘MECH’ only not more than that otherwise your mail will go in junk.
  2. The body should contain the topic of interest, name of paper, abstract, author(s) name, e-mail ID(s), Name of institute(s) ,mobile number(s)
  3. The abstract should be a .doc, .docx or .pdf document attachment.

Selected teams’ Quark registration number will be displayed on website so keep checking it.


In this phase participants are required to submit their full paper and authentication letter.

Guidelines for paper

  • Neatly typed on single side of A4 size paper.
  • The full paper should be as per following specifications.
  • Paper size : A4
  • Line spacing : 1.5
  • All side edge margins: 1 inch
  • Main Title: All capital, bold, centre–aligned, Times New Roman-16.
  • Sub Title: All capital, bold, left justified, Times New Roman-14.
  • Text: Times New Roman -12 justified.
  • Maximum 10 pages including diagrams, tables, etc.
  • Must be in .doc or .pdf format

Guidelines for authentication letter

  • Format for authentication letter can be downloaded from here.
  • Authentication letter must me duly signed by the guide or Head of department (with a seal of institution)

Full paper and scanned copy of authentication letter must be mailed by 24th January (23:59 hrs) from the confirmation for PHASE II

Selected teams will be intimated by email and their details will be put on the website.

PHASE III - Paper presentation (On campus)

Guidelines for this round will be sent to the selected candidates through an email.

Judging Criteria for Finals

  • Originality (30%)
  • Presentation (15%)
  • Format (5%)
  • Understanding of submitted paper (25%)
  • Understanding of Fundamentals (15%)
  • Efforts (10%)

Certification Policy

Certificate of Excellence/ Merit/ Participation will be awarded.



B. Ajay


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