InCAP 2019

2nd Indian Conference on Antennas & Propagation (InCAP2019)
December 19-22, 2019 | Ahmedabad, India

Three workshop on December 18, 2019

Workshop 1: Satellite antennas- introduction, design, analysis, hardware, test and qualification

Workshop 2: Design and Development of Passive and active microwave absorbers

Workshop 3: Planar antenna technology : Design fundamentals, advancements and applications

Last date for Student Travel Grant Application is November 15, 2019

Hotel Accommodation

Award & Travel Grants

Last Date for Registration : Dec 10, 2019

Congratulations! 2018 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP) has been posted to the IEEE Xplore digital library effective 2019-07-25

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“Surat ka jaman aur Banaras ka maran” a popular saying in Gujarati which means dining at Surat and dying at Varanasi, is the way to heaven. One of the thrills of traveling to Gujarat is its multi cuisine. Perhaps the best way to know a state is to cutting to the heart of the extraordinary culture of Gujarat is by exploring its cuisine. The people of Gujarat have perfected the art of vegetarian cooking and their cuisine is a delectable and mouth watering. To taste the excellent vegetarian Gujarati cuisine, is to have a Thali Meal – the ultimate delightful vegetarian fare. The traditional Gujarati Thali is one of the best ways to know the Gujarati Cuisine. Saurashtra’s typical seasonings – mustard seed, turmeric, pounded red chillies, cumin and coriander – which flavour Gujarat’s distinctive vegetarian cuisine. Vishala, a vegetarian restaurant, at Ahmedabad is one of the best choices for tasting vegetarian dishes.

Because of its cosmopolitan mix of people, Ahmedabad is a great place for foodies. Whether you are looking for a Sindhi brunch of dal-pakwan and puri-dal or a Tamil breakfast of idli, upma and dossa, Punjabi parathas or Marwari kachori, a Gujarati thali with its array of vegetarian dishes or a Malayalee fish curry, fafda and jalebi made in front of you or paya and kaleji fresh off the tawa, the walled city of Ahmedabad has it all.

In the trendier western half of the city, you can get a bigger range of food – North and South Indian restaurants vie for business with Gujarati thali houses, farsan places with sandwich cafes, pizza parlours and international fast food places, and Italian, Mexican, Thai, Japanese and Middle-eastern food are increasingly becoming popular dining out options for the globe-trotting Gujarati.

Being the main centre of Gujarat and because of its location near Rajasthan, Ahmedabad offers a great choice of restaurants where Gujarati, Kathiawadi, Mewari and Marwari food can be enjoyed.

A Gujarati thali typically comprises of one or two steamed or fried snacks called farsans, a green vegetable, a tuber or a gourd shaak (shaaks are main courses with vegetables and spices mixed together into a curry or a spicy dry dish), a kathol (braised pulses like beans, chickpea or dry peas), one or more yogurt dishes like dahi, kadhi (yogurt and pulses soup), raita or sweet shrikhand, rice or khichdi, daal usually toor dal, and sweets like halwas, basundi or shrikhand. Accompaniments include sweet, sour and spicy chutneys, pickles, ghee and a salad of chopped vegetables served raw or may be steamed in spices. Much detailing goes into creating a balance of tastes and textures - you could have coarse, grainy, granular, smooth, uniform, dry and wet dishes on the same platter, the sweetness, bitterness, sourness and heat of each main course would vary between dishes, and the thali has more colours than a rainbow – the yellow of turmeric, the whiteness of dairy products, the redness of tomatos, the green of leafy vegetables, the brown of pulses, and the colours of various spices, relishes and salad vegetables, are harmoniously part of a single thali.

The breads eaten with a thali would include thick and coarse bajra rotla, thin unleavened wheat rotlis, thick and crisp whole wheat flour rotis called bakhris, parathas, savoury griddle bread called the thepla, deep-fried puris, among others. There are many variations like methi thepla or masala puri within these breads. As Gujaratis are globe-trotters, with a large Gujarati Diaspora overseas and around India as well as being great travellers on holiday or pilgrimage around the world, there are many Gujarati farsans, snacks and mini-meals that are designed to travel and keep well – for instance khakras are crisp wafer-like rotis made from wheat, cornflour or lentils that can be carried and eaten with vegetables or accompaniments or dhebras made from a mix of flours can travel better than rotlis.

As in other states of India, Gujarati cuisine is not homogenous through the entire state of Gujarat. While the classic Gujarati thali which is served at most restaurants is the food of central Gujarat with sweeteners like sugar or jaggery added to many dishes even the ones that are fiery hot (it is believed that these sweeteners are used to balance the salinity and hardness of water in cities like Ahmedabad), the cuisine of Saurashtra or the Kathiawad peninsula is strong on garlic, onions and chillies. Some of the key Kathiawadi dishes are sev tamata (dough slivers sprinkled over a spicy tomato puree), lasania bataka (potatoes cooked in a spicy garlic paste), raseela shaak (potatoes and other vegetables cooked in a tomato curry), kadhi – khichdi (yogurt-based curry served with softened rice) and baigan bartha (mashed aubergine), usually eaten with bajra rotla. Dairy products like curds are abundantly used in the cuisine of Kutch and Kathiawad peninsulas, which are arid grassland regions with a large population of livestock, while in the food of Surat and other parts of Southern Gujarat which is one of the wettest regions of Gujarat you will get a bigger variety of green vegetables and tubers like sweet potato in the food.

There are also seasonal specialties – aamraas (mango pool) is commonly served in summer while undhiyu which has roast vegetables and muthias (veg kebabs) is characteristically had in January.

As many of Gujarat’s famous cooks called Maharaj are Brahmins from Mewar and Marwar regions of Rajasthan, their signature dishes like dal-batti-churma and besan gatta have also been incorporated in the thalis served at many restaurants.

Besides vegetarian dishes, the Muslim community, the tribal groups like Bohras and Khojas offers special non-vegetarian cuisine. And also Saurashtra’s garlic spice mixture – a combination of garlic, red chillies and salt pounded together, which adds extra peps to lot of Gujarati foods. Many Gujarati dishes are distinctively sweet, salty, and spicy at the same time.

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Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre (VENUE HOTEL)

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Adjacent to the Hyderabad International Convention Centre the venue for InCAP 2018 – Novotel Hyderabad is strategically located. The hotel is set in landscaped grounds and features 2 restaurants, a bar, swimming pool and health club.

Name of Hotel Category Single room Double room
Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre 5 Star 6750+ 7750+
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Lemon Tree Premier

Lemon Tree Premier, HITEC City, Hyderabad, with 267 smart and stylish rooms, offers a wide range of Upper Midscale accommodation options at an unbeatable value. These bright and spacious rooms are designed to give you a great night’s sleep with an orthopedic mattress, excellent sound insulation and near-perfect black-out curtains.

They come with a range of world class facilities including Wi-Fi, satellite television, mini bars and well-appointed bathrooms including one for differently abled guests. The rooms also have a workstation and an ergonomically designed chair, to make business on the move productive.

Name of Hotel Category Single room Double room
Lemon Tree ( Premier) 4 Star 5800+ 5800+
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Hotel Deccan Serai

Deccan Serai is a 3-star rating hotel which is a 5-storey property in Hyderabad comprising of a total of 100 centrally air-conditioned and spacious rooms. We also have three outlets which include a T-Grill Restaurant, Palato Italian and Continental restaurant, Desserts & Co. Situated 40 minutes from the International Airport are a hundred rooms of possibilities designed with elegant finishing to make your stay whether short or extended as comfortable as possible. There is not just one reason why travelers find their way to Deccan Serai.

The easy-to-access location of the hotel right in the technology hub of Madhapur 45 minutes’ drive from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport 15 minutes’ drive to the Venue Multi-cuisine fine dine, outdoor swimming pool, gym, Executive Room.

Name of Hotel Category Single room Double room
Deccan Serai 3 Star 4000+ 4500+
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Kanha Boutique Hotel

Hotel Link:- https://details.oyorooms.com/hotel_crs/1s2bsne8vl68
Name of Hotel Category Single Double Triple Quad
Kanha Boutique Hotel Budget 999 Rs 1200 Rs 1500 Rs 1900 Rs

BUDGET HOTEL

SN Hotel Name No of Rooms Owner Agreed-Single Owner Agreed-Double Owner Agreed-Triple Distance from HICC Image Link
1 Iconic Living 10 1320 1500 1750 0.7KM Home Photos
2 My Place Kondapur HICC 33 1420 1600 1800 1 KM Home Photos
3 OYO Flagship Swagath Residency 36 1320 1550 1760 1.7 KM Home Photos
4 Swiss Legrand 16 1320 1500 1700 1.7 KM Home Photos
5 Aurobindo Comforts 26 1367 1571 1844 2 KM Home Photos
6 Hotel Annapurna 24 1320 1500 1700 2.1 KM Home Photos
7 Hotel Saharsh Grand 40 1320 1500 1700 2.3 KM Home Photos
Premium Hotel Hotel Name No of Rooms Price-SO Price-DO Price-TO Distance from HICC Hotel Link
1 Tara Residency 60 1800 2000 2200 4.3 KM Home Photos
2 OYO Townhouse 034 Devi Inn 51 1800 2000 2200 3.1 KM Home Photos

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Hotel Booking And Cancellation Terms

General
  • The room tariff is inclusive of buffet breakfast and all currently applicable taxes Except Venue Hotel
  • Hotel rooms have been secured at a special tariff for InCAP 2018 participants only. All participants should book their rooms at the earliest to ensure confirmation. Being the peak season, city has very heavy demand for hotel rooms.
  • The tariffs mentioned are valid for stay only from 14th to 20th December 2018 and for bookings made through Dreamz Conference Management Pvt Ltd. Kindly send your request with your name, checkin / checkout dates to : info@dreamztravel.net
  • Booking for the dates outside the secured room block dates, i.e. 14th to 20th December 2018 would be charged at the prevailing rates for those dates.
  • The official Check in time is 1400 hrs and Checkout time is 1200 hrs in the official congress hotels. For early check-ins and late departures room will need to be booked from the previous night / subsequent night
  • Participants are advised to take their own travel insurance policies before departure from the country of origin. The Organizers/Dreamz Conferene Management Pvt.Ltd do not take responsibility for any individual, medical or travel insurance.
  • Participants are to ensure that their passports, travel documents and visas are valid for travel.

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