Special Sessions

Session:
Emerging Technologies & Upcoming Trends in IT for Engineering, Science & Human Resource Management (ETEHRM)
Theme:
The focal objective of the special session on “Emerging Technologies & Upcoming Trends in IT for Engineering, Science & Human Resource Management (ETEHRM)” is to discuss about the technological and scientific development through the ages.
Chair:
Prof. Hardeep Singh

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Session:
Recent Innovations in Sciences, Management & Technologies (RISMT)
Theme:
The focal objective of the special session on “Recent Innovations in Sciences, Management & Technologies (RISMT)” is to discuss about the technological and scientific development through the ages. The main aim of this special session is to provide platform to all the researchers and academicians from various grounds to get involved in the conference and their contribution of research papers to exchange their views, ideas and research findings about all aspects of Sciences, Management & Technologies. It also provides a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Engineering, Management & Science and Management. This will provide a forum for the interaction and integration in these related disciplines.
Chair:
Prof. Chaman Verma

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Session:
Security and Privacy Issue in WSN and IoT
Theme:
Wireless sensor networks (WSN) is one of the most promising concept, which shows great potential to combat difficult computing and communication challenges, like disaster management, battlefield ad hoc communication etc. With the proliferation of WSN applications, Internet of things (IoT) becomes a reality. For IoT kind of applications, the world will be a web of huge number of computing devices communicating through a common media of IP. The benefit of realization of IoT in human life is immense. It will make our lives comfortable and eventually help us to build smarter planet. However, the benefit of WSN and IoT comes with a cost, which is mainly due to the concern of security and privacy. Large amount of retrievable data storage, collaborating computing, distributed applications are very much susceptible to different security and privacy breach attacks. For sake of simplicity, we define security as a measure of alertness to counter certain attacks, while privacy is defined in terms of probability of exposure at the time of attack. The session offers an interdisciplinary venue to discuss challenges, technologies, and emerging directions in WSN and IoT. Academicians, Research Scholar, Scientist, and Technologist are encouraged to submit original (un-published) research work.
Chair:
Prof. Raghvendra Kumar

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Session:
High Performance Computing and Security
Theme:
The objective of this special session is to give an insight about the emerging trends in computing and security.
Chair:
Dr. Surender Jangra

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Session:
Recent Advancement in Optimization, Modeling, Simulation and Image Processing (RAOMSIP)
Theme:
Optimization techniques are used in a wide-spectrum of industries, including aerospace, automotive, chemical, electrical, and manufacturing industries. A number of models can be formulated and solved by using relevant techniques of optimization, depending on type and complexity of the mathematical model. Simulation techniques provide results for multi-variable complex models. Image processing or digital Image Processing is one of the important applications of computer science. In this the digital images are processed through mathematical operations for which the input is an image, a series of images, or a video, such as a photograph or video frame; the output are the parameters related to the input image. It has many advantages over analog image processing.
Chair:
Dr. Pratiksha Saxena

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Session:
Next Generation Network Security: Engineering, Science and Management Perspective
Theme:
The main objective of our session “Next Generation Network Security: Engineering, Science and Management Perspective” (NGNS: ESMP) is to present the research from different areas of science, technology and management with respect to network security. In Today’s digital world computer systems play an important role for future’s innovation. Today, the world is being increasingly recorded and portrayed into digital bits for perpetuity. In the present scenario, nothing can be done without a communication network. The future and scope for networks are limit less in science, engineering and management areas. Network security is the basic thing which can’t be ignored in this digital world. Network security makes use of techniques and theories of different areas like Information Technology, Statistics and Mathematics. This special session will include the network security issues, challenges, mechanisms, development of secure network architecture and explain the theory behind the security and different cryptographic algorithms. It will provides a platform for researchers, educators and scientists across the world to exchange and share their experiences, research results and the most recent innovations about the network security aspects in their respective field.
Chair:
Dr. Anand Sharma

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Session:
Recent Trends in Embedded System, Control and Robotics (RTECR)
Theme:
The focal objective of the special session on “Emerging Technologies & Upcoming Trends in IT for Engineering, Science & Human Resource Management (ETEHRM)” is to discuss about the technological and scientific development through the ages. The main aim of this special session (such a vast area) is to involve all the Engineering Candidates and Management researchers and academicians to get involved in the conference and their contribution of research papers to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Engineering and Management. It also provides a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Engineering, Science and Management. This will provide a forum for the interaction and integration in these related disciplines.
Chair:
Dr. Rajesh Singh

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Session:
Recent Advances in Big Data, Cloud Computing and Internet of Things Processing
Theme:
The inter-working of Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data is set to transform many areas of business and everyday life. Several countries including India are actively promoting Big Data, Cloud Computing and IoT Processing under various government initiatives program. The Internet of Things is a novel design paradigm and would result in generation of large amounts of data. The session offers an interdisciplinary venue to discuss challenges, technologies, and emerging directions in Big Data, Cloud Computing and IoT. Academicians, Research Scholar, Scientist, and Technologist are encouraged to submit original (un-published) research work
Chair:
Ravinder Ahuja

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Session:
Nature Inspired Algorithms for Feature Selection and Function Approximation (NIAFSFA)
Theme:
Computational Intelligence (CI) has played a significant role in various industrial applications such as pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, etc. Data generated or collected for modeling is a crucial aspect apart from the conventional experimental work carried out in the industry. Often collected data need to be analyzed. In this case, CI tools help in understanding and modeling collected data. For several applications, the critical variables involved in the experimental process are required to be determined. Hence, feature selection methods helps discovering these critical variables. This session is devoted to novel research on nature inspired algorithms for feature selection and function approximation in real world applications.
Chair:
Dr. Sujata Dash

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Session:
Recent modernism analysis of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images
Theme:
Synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) is an active microwave remote sensing technology that measures the phase difference between a radar wave emitted from an antenna attached to a satellite or aircraft to generate high-resolution images of a surface. Analysis and classification of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image is one of the research domain in computer vision. With the proliferation of Internet, the availability of cheap digital cameras, ubiquity of cell-phone cameras and trends to access visual content has increased dramatically. But the environmental monitoring, earth-resource mapping and military surveillances, is another domain of SAR image analysis where high resolution image set is used for better accuracy. Sometimes the imagery is acquired in inclement weather or insufficient light. SAR imagery system has the ability to capture the data in undistorted form because of its capabilities of the long range propagation characteristics of signals. This data set provides the inner details, acquired at any time irrespective of whether condition. Sometimes this data set contains noises which need to be removed in the different stages of processing subsequently. Finally it covers a comprehensive compression with the existing method of SAR Classification.
Chair:
Dr. Debabrata Samanta

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Session:
Recent Advancement in Multimedia (RAM)
Theme:
Multimedia technologies refer to interactive, computer-based applications that allow people to communicate ideas and information with digital and print elements. Professionals in the field use computer software to develop and manage online graphics and content. The aim of Special Session to provide platform for researchers to share key findings in field of multimedia technologies and related research.
Chair:
Prof. Ranjeet Kumar

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Session:
Recent Trends in Networking, Cloud and Big Data (RTNCBD)
Theme:
The objective of this special session is to give an insight about Recent Advancements in Information and Communication Technology, Cloud Computing & Big Data. It will provide a platform to the researchers, academicians, industry experts to share their kn
Chair:
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Singh

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Session:
Application of Soft Computing and Intelligent System in Engineering (ASCISE)
Theme:
Soft computing is a collection of methodologies, which aim to exploit tolerance for imprecision, uncertainty and partial truth to achieve tractability, robustness and low cost solution. The objective of the special session on “Application of Soft Computing and Intelligent System in Engineering (ASCISE)” is to discuss about the recent developments and trends in the area of Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems. We invite academicians, researchers from all disciplines of engineering and industry experts to contribute papers based on emerging techniques in the broad areas of Soft Computing. It also provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to discuss the applications of Soft Computing to Control problems, sensor fusion, manufacturing, testing and diagnostics, semiconductor processing, modeling of complex systems, approximate reasoning, optimization, decision analysis, information systems, forecasting, reliability, cost-benefit analysis, risk assessments, medical applications, forensic applications, automotive applications, robotics, automation, etc.
Chair:
Dr. Jaspreet Kour

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Session:
Optimization using Soft Computing Techniques & Applications (OSCTA)
Theme:
The idea of this special session is to provide an insight about current Advancements in Soft Computing based Optimization in various problems, Information Technology, software Engineering, Data Warehousing, Cloud Computing & Big Data. It will provide a platform to the researchers, academicians, industry experts to share their knowledge & experiences in context to the development of new technologies and their applications.
Chair:
Prof. Ravi Shankar Singhal

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Session:
SECURE and RELIABLE COMPUTING (SRC- 2017)
Theme:
• Secure and Reliable Computing (SRC-2017) session will be held at Goa, India with The conference will be held on 27-28 January 2017. The flow and frequency of information is increasing day by day in huge amount due to growth of communication media. “Secure and reliable Computing" provide the main role this situation in present scenario. The aim of this SRC-2017 is to bring together researchers, scientists and practitioners from word wide countries to discuss the state of research and practice when dealing with network security and reliability issues to jointly formulate an agenda for future research in these emerging areas on a single platform for archive thoughts and share the fundamental research and design issues of next generation network and security of Software architecture and engineering, High level structure of software system, Software architecture view point, Architecture description language, Software define Network, Multicast, Cloud Computing, Internet of Thing, Sensor Network, Vehicular Network, and Multimedia Communication. Therefore, session SRC 2017 research work describing significant and contributions on innovative aspects of several areas related to time critical system.
Chair:
Dr. B. B. Sagar and Dr. Karan Singh

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