Special Sessions
 

Track - 1: RTECE

Special Session on Recent Trends In Electronics and Communication Engineering

Session Chair: Prof. Y. Sreenivasulu
Submission email: yerraboina@yahoo.com

Aim and Objective The objective of this special session is to give an insight about Recent Advancements in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Quantum optics, quantum cryptography, quantum key distribution system
  • Optical Communications, optoelectronics, organizational communication, and communication, sonar, switching theory and techniques, symbolic communication
  • Telecommunication, theory and design of circuits, transducer, wave propagation
  • Signal processing, synchronization systems, algorithms of search optical signals
  • Compound Semiconductors, and Thermoelectric, Semiconductor, Semiconductor Device, Signal and System theory, Signal processing
  • Digital Circuits, Digital Electronics, Digital Signal Processing, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Electronic Components, Galvano-magnetic Devices, Microelectronics, Microwave theory and Techniques, Mixed-Signal Circuits

Track - 2: POCS

Special Session on Protected Optical Communication Systems

Session Chair: Prof. Pljonkin Anton Pavlovich
Submission email: pljonkin@mail.ru

Aim and Objective Implementation of quantum cryptography is based on Protected Optical Communication Systems (POCS). The report will introduce the work of the quantum cryptography protocols and synchronization algorithms of POCS.
SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Quantum cryptography
  • Synchronization in quantum key distribution systems
  • Protected optical comminucation systems
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Quantum optics
  • Hardware and software of secure laser systems
  • Optical communication in mobile devices
  • Single-photon detectors
  • Protection of cloud computing
  • Image processing

Track - 3: CIBA

Special Session on Computational Intelligence in Big Data Analysis

Session Chair: Dr. Ankur Saxena
Submission email: conference.cibdab@gmail.com

Aim and Objective

Computational intelligence is an interdisciplinary approach exploring cutting edge research solutions in the fields of Computer science, Software engineering, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Nanotechnology with Big Data. The objectives of the special session on “Computational Intelligence in Big Data analysis” are to promote and coordinate the development and practice of computational intelligence to advance the knowledge of electronic business, Information & knowledge management, Big Data and cloud computing. It also aims to provide an international forum for researchers, practitioners, business educators, academicians and policy-makers to disseminate knowledge, exchange new ideas, trends, and practical challenges encountered in this field. It will also discuss the concerns along with the solutions adopted in these fields, to establish business or research relations, and to find global partners for future collaboration. This special session will spotlight on state-of-the-art research paradigms, research challenges and issues in the digital Information & knowledge management, e-business, use of computational intelligence in biological data analysis, and Cloud Computing with Big Data. This special session is open for submission of high quality research contributions from academia and professionals. Original research papers, practical applications, case studies and state of the art reviews will be accepted. We anticipate that the special session will open new entrance for further research and technology improvements in this important area.

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Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Cloud computing with software development Architecture
  • Software framework with Java
  • Execution and analysis of Big Data
  • High performance computing for computational biology
  • Analysis of high dimension omics data
  • Design and implementation of novel bioinformatics tools.
  • Informatics and Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research
  • Computational Genomics & Proteomics
  • e-commerce and e-business
  • IPR
  • SAS
  • Machine Learning

Track - 4: ETCGIC

Special Session on Emerging Trends in Cyber Security for Smart Grid ,IoT and Communication Networks

Session Chair: Dr.Suresh Shanmugasundaram and Dr. Srinath Doss
Submission email: srinath.doss@bothouniversity.ac.bw

Aim and Objective

This Special Session focuses on the most recent advancement in interdisciplinary research areas encompassing advances in cyber security areas including network security, Grid, cryptography, cyber security, security protocols, approaches and techniques applied to all types of information and communication networks, including wired, wireless and optical transmission platforms.The landscape of cybersecurity continues to change rapidly, with new threats and attack paths that seemingly appear almost daily. At the same time, advances on the technology side have accelerated. In particular, the Internet of Things (IoT) and miniature cyber-physical systems are bringing information security concerns to every aspect of life.This Special Issue will solicit papers on various disciplines of Cyber Security for Smart Grid ,IoT and Communication networks.

SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Secure and resilient communication and control architectures
  • Secure smart metering
  • Cryptography, key management, authorization and access control
  • Security threat and vulnerability assessment and measurement
  • Cyber-physical security information and event management
  • Trust and privacy
  • Security design and verification tools
  • Simulation and performance analysis of security operations and services
  • Network and cyber security
  • Secure and resilient communication and control architectures,
  • Secure smart metering,
  • IoT Applications
  • Sensing Techniques for IoT
  • Communication Techniques for IoT
  • Middleware Techniques for IoT
  • Data Analysis Techniques for IoT

Track - 5: MLDSA

Special Session on Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics

Session Chair: Dr. SuneethaManne
Submission email: suneethamanne74@gmail.com

Aim and Objective

Machine Learning is a growing field that is used when searching the web, placing ads, credit scoring, stock trading and for many other applications. The Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics can be used to derive practical solutions using predictive analytics. Also examine why algorithms play an essential role in Big Data analysis.


SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Data Science with R
  • Probabilistic Statistics and Data Analysis
  • Random Forest
  • Boosting and Bagging
  • Support Vector Machines
  • Neural Networks
  • Text Mining with R

Track - 6: RPACSE

Special Session on Research Perspectives in Advanced Computer Science and Engineering

Session Chair:Dr. Meenakshi Sundaram Karuppaswamy
Submission email: meenaksji@gmail.com

Aim and Objective

RPACSE encourages scholars to submit research that emphasises their research and demonstrates a clear understanding of the influence that their research has on business and society in the advanced contemporary areas of computing sciences and engineering. RPACSE 2017 will provide a forum where scholars engage in a robust conversation on the impact of their research and studies in general and thus paving way for a fruitful progress.


SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • Computer Networks and Cyber Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Image Processing
  • Big data methods and analytics
  • INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)
  • Advanced Computing and Cloud Computing
  • Sustainable Green Engineering
  • Cloud Computing
  • Multimedia and Information Security
  • Quality of Service
  • Smartphone and mobile applications
  • Social computing and networks
  • Vehicular networks
  • Web applications and content distribution
  • Wireless access networks

Track - 7: RSFD

Special Session on Remote Sensing of Forest Disturbances

Session Chair: Reeves Meli Fokeng and Raoul Etongue Mayer
Submission email: rfokeng@yahoo.com

Aim and Objective Advances in remote sensing has greatly enhanced research in the forestry domain. Forest disturbances are manifold; ranging from disturbances of natural origin (wild fires, ice capping, ice storms, violent storms (hurricanes/cyclones/typhoons/tornadoes), volcanic eruptions, landslides, avalanches, insect defoliation) and human-induced (expansive agriculture, logging, forest road construction) amongst others. Passive and active remote sensing platforms span the earth's surface archiving landscape data for varied uses. This session provides forum for researchers across the globe to disseminate knowledge on the various ways the scientific committee can better study forest disturbances from a remote sensing perspective.
SCOPE

Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned tracks are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • New approaches of mapping forest disturbances
  • Reconstructing the history of a specific forest disturbance or disturbances
  • Remote sensing image processing and band rationing for forest disturbances mapping
  • Lidar applications in forest disturbance study
  • Mapping forest disturbances and impacts from remote sensing data
  • Derivation of spectral indices use in forest disturbances modelling from remote sensing data
  • Forest disturbances under changing climate
  • Monitoring forest disturbances using remote sensing
  • Strategies to mitigate forest disturbances

Track - 8: VWCT

Special Session on VLSI Design Systems and Wireless Communication Technologies

Session Chair: Dr.P.A. Harsha Vardhini
Submission email: pa.harshavardhini@gmail.com

Aim and Objective The objective of this special session is to insight the advanced technologies and future scope in various fields of Engineering.
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Full length original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental contributions related to the below mentioned topics are invited for submission in this special session but are not limited to:

  • VLSI circuits, architectures, Low Power VLSI, Cryptography.
  • FPGA architectures and Applications, SoC
  • Analog Circuit Design, Digital Circuits, Mixed-Signal Circuits.
  • Circuit and System Level Design
  • Circuits and Systems for Signal Processing
  • Embedded Systems and its applications
  • IoT, Big data, Cloud Computing.
  • Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks.
  • Communication and Information System Security
  • Communications QoS, Reliability and Modelling
  • ASIC and FPGAs
  • Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Signal Processing and Image processing
  • Broadband wireless technologies
  • Antenna Design and Microwave techniques
  • 3G and 4G Communication Systems

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