November 29th - 30th, 2018
THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FRONTIERS OF INTELLIGENT COMPUTING: THEORY AND APPLICATION (FICTA 2018)
Duy Tan University, Da Nang, Viet Nam
Address: Hall 613, 03 Quang Trung, Str
Time Left To Conference:
Conference Dates: November 29-30, 2018
Final paper submission and authors camera ready: 20th, November 2018
Notification of acceptance: 05th, November 2018
Paper submission: 23rd, October 2018
Special Session on “Advances in Camera Based Document Recognition"
Special Session on “ Blockchain Technologies: Challenges, Solutions and Applications”
Special Session on “Emerging Trends in Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning (ETCDL)”
Special Session on “Emerging Trends & Technologies in Computing & Management"
Special Session on “Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Financial Services, Agriculture”
Special Session on “Computational Intelligence in Biomedical Imaging (CIBI)”
Special Session on “Application of soft computing in software engineering: A Multidisciplinary Domains”
Special Session on “SCML18: Soft Computing and Machine Learning models for Bio-Medical Applications”
Keynote 1: On the Load Balancing of Sensor Deployment for WSN
Prof. Sheng-Lung Peng
Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
The Internet of things (IoT) is a network concept proposed for integrating physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, items embedded with electronics, and so on such that in IoT these device objects can connect and exchange data. On the other hand, a wireless sensor network (WSN) is a network formed by a large number of sensor nodes such that information obtained by sensors can be collected to a sink server for analysis. It is believed that WSN is a key technology for realizing IoT.
Deployment of sensor nodes, in particular, relay nodes or gateways, is an important issue in studying WSN. For example, clustering and area coverage on WSN are two extensively studied problems. Some balancing issues are also discussed in recent studies. In this talk, we consider a more general problem, namely, graph partitioning problem with load balancing issue. Note that sensors in WSN with their link abilities can define a graph. In this presentation, we will cover both algorithmic aspects and experimental studies for the problem. We hope this talk can trigger some ideas for audience to further study on this research topic.
Sheng-Lung Peng is a full Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan. He received the BS degree in Mathematics from National Tsing Hua University, and the MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science and Information Engineering from the National Chung Cheng University and National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, respectively. His research interests are in designing and analyzing algorithms for Bioinformatics, Combinatorics, Data Mining, and Networks.
Dr. Peng has edited several special issues for journals, such as Soft Computing, Journal of Internet Technology, Journal of Computers and MDPI Algorithms. He is also a reviewer for many journals such as IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, Theoretical Computer Science, Journal of Computer and System Sciences, Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, Journal of Modelling in Management, Soft Computing, Information Processing Letters, Discrete Mathematics, Discrete Applied Mathematics, Discussiones Mathematicae Graph Theory, and so on. He published more than 100 international conferences and journal papers.
Dr. Peng is now the Dean of the Library and Information Services Office of NDHU, an honorary Professor of Beijing Information Science and Technology University of China, and a visiting Professor of Ningxia Institute of Science and Technology of China. He is a director of Institute of Information and Computing Machinery (IICM), and of Taiwan Association of Cloud Computing (TACC) in Taiwan. He is also a supervisor of Chinese Information Literacy Association, of Association of Algorithms and Computation Theory (AACT), and of Interlibrary Cooperation Association in Taiwan. He has been serving as a secretary general of TACC from 2011 to 2015, of AACT from 2013 to 2016, and of IICM from 2015 to 2018. He was a convener of the East Region of Service Science Society of Taiwan from 2014 to 2016. He was also the regional director of the 2017 ACM-ICPC Contest Council for Taiwan.
Keynote 2: Modern to Future Scenario of Drones: Internet of Drone Things (IoDT)
Dr. Anand Nayyar
Duy Tan University, Da nang city, Viet Nam
Drones hover at the central intersection of the modern technological renaissance, allowing for new and imaginative application of Artificial Intelligence, Flight Technology, 3D Imaging and other burgeoning fields. These curious machines have an increasingly large presence in our anticipated future, bringing both incredible opportunities and new challenges. For humanitarian sector, they allow relief workers to be more informed, more effective and to access and solve complex real-time problems.
Drones already have a huge impact on our lives. For example, they are involved in producing our food: large, professional farms now routinely use drones to detect areas of weeds and poor yield that they need to target for herbicides and fertilisers. This saves farmers a lot of money and prevents them releasing unnecessary chemicals into the environment. Other uses include atmospheric research – to monitor pollution, the weather and climate, and in scientific studies that involve monitoring hazardous areas like volcanoes. They are also having an impact on popular culture; all the film companies use them now and the aerial shots you see in the latest films and TV programmes are captured by drones.
They have great potential; a step change would be the ability to operate drones safely in populated areas – delivering parcels, doing maintenance on buildings and filming events like the London Marathon. For this, drones need to be extremely reliable, so that if one of the rotors fails, it won’t fall into a crowd or road. Through our research, we are trying to understand why components of drones fail – for example whether it is vibration, heat or wear, so that we can build drones that can withstand these problems.
The Internet of Drone Things (IoDT) is regarded as next Future Envision of Smart Drones backend via Internet of Things. The utilization of drones in diverse fields is increasing from organizations to government agencies and from military to Agriculture. With IoDT based implementations, all the existing sectors become more intelligent and smarter with regard to Monitoring, surveillance, search and rescue and more.
Dr. Anand Nayyar (Academician, Researcher, Scientist, Author and Innovator) received his Ph.D degree in Computer Science from Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh, India. He is a Certified Professional with 75+ Certifications from top IT Giants- Microsoft, CISCO, EXIN, BeingCert, GAQM, Oracle, Cyberoam, Google and many more. He has published 250+ Research Papers, 18 Books and 50+ Articles on Open Source with various International Magazines. He is associated with more than 350 International Conferences as Technical Committee, Programme Committee and Session Chair Member. He has 12 Years of Teaching and Research Experience and currently associated with Graduate School, Duy Tan University as Lecturer, Researcher and Scientist. He has been awarded 25 Awards for Teaching and Research including Young Researcher, Young Achiever, Young Scientist, Exemplary Educationist, Distinguished Faculty and Best Scientist award to name a few. He is senior member of IEEE, ACM and even acting as ACM Distinguished Speaker. He is acting as Associate Editor for IJDST and IJISP. He has delivered 60+ Keynote Talks in various International Conferences and other IT events including Google I/O 2018 Mien Trung and FinTech 2018. He has been cited in Marquis Who’s Who in the World in 2014/2015/2016/2017/2018 and Rifacimento International: Reference Asia: Asia’s Who’s Who of Men and Women of Achievement 2013.
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The papers can be submitted through easychair system: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ficta2018
|Academician/Researchers/Students (India and Vietnam):||USD 150
(Up to a max. page limit of 10 pages on Springer Template)
|Extra page charges:||USD 50 (per page)|
|Authors with multiple papers: (Up to 2 papers only)||Second and Third paper is USD 100 each|
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(FICTA - 2018)
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Pay the conference registration fee in US Dollar($) via Bank Transfer (Please quote " FICTA-2018 Registration Fee, Your Name and Your Paper IDs" in the description section of your transfer) to:
- Bank name: Vietcombank Danang ( JOINT STOCK COMMERCIAL BANK FOR FOREIGN TRADE OF VIETNAM )
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- Address: 254 Nguyen Van Linh str, Da Nang city, Viet Nam
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- Account Name: Đại học Duy Tân
- Account Number: 004.1.000010792
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Corresponding Editor & Publication Chair-FICTA-2018
Prof. Vikrant Bhateja
Organizing Chair and Editor FICTA-2018
Dr. Nguyen Gia Nhu
Dean, Graduate School, Duy Tan University
254 Nguyen Van Linh, Da Nang, Viet Nam
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