The Electronics Engineering Department, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Aligarh, is organizing an International Conference on Multimedia, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies (IMPACT 2017) from 24th to 27th November 2017.
The event is expected to provide an interactive platform to engineers, scientists, teachers, researchers and students to exchange their innovative ideas and experiences in the areas of Multimedia, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies.

Traveling to Aligarh
Aligarh is located on the main Delhi-Kolkata rail route at a distance of 135 km south-east of Delhi (Approximately two hours journey from Delhi). Aligarh is only 82 km from Agra and 60 km from Mathura (by road), two very famous places of historical interest and tourist attraction.
Aligarh Climate
Aligarh has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate, typical of north-central India. Summers start in April and are hot with temperatures peaking in May. The average temperature range is 28–33 C (82–91 F). The monsoon season starts in late June, continuing till early October, bringing high humidity. Aligarh gets most of its annual rainfall of 800 millimetres (31 in) during these months. Temperatures then decrease, and winter sets in December, and continues till early February. Temperatures range between 12–16 C (54–61 F). Winters in Aligarh are generally mild, but fog and cold snaps sometimes occur.