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Session 2

Innovative
Trends in Computer Science and Applications

Objective:

The primary objective of the ITCSA track is likely to focus on exploring and showcasing cutting-edge innovations, advancements, and emerging trends within the field of computer science and its applications. This track aims to bring together researchers, professionals, and academics to discuss, share, and collaborate on novel ideas, methodologies, and technologies in the ever-evolving domain of computer sciences and applications.

Innovative Trends in Computer Sciences and Applications (ITCSA) is contribution to
The Sustainable Development Goals:

Tracks

1 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

2 Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks

3 Pattern Recognition and Image Understanding

4 Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems and Hybrid Systems

5 Computational Intelligence and Evolutionary Computation

6 E–Systems and Computer Systems

7 Human-Centered Computing

8 Knowledge Engineering Methods and Practices

9 Big Data Acquisition, Integration, Cleaning, and Best Practices

10 Big Data Applications for Internet of Things

11 Network Coding and Information Theory

12 Intelligent cloud-support communications

13 Robotics Engineering

14 Natural Language Processing

15 Next Generation Networks

Session Speaker

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ahmed A. Elngar

Associate professor
Head of the Department
Department of Computer Science Beni-Suef University
Egypt

Organizing Committee Members

Ronnel A. dela Cruz

Associate Dean,
College of Computer Studies
Laguna State Polytechnic University
San Pablo City Campus Laguna ,
Philippines

HLA MYO TUN

Professor,
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Yangon Technological University,
Yangon Region,
The Republic of the Union of Myanmar

PAQUITO G. FERNANDO JR., PCpE

Program Chairperson,
Department of ComputerScience
Mindoro State University-Bongabong
Campus, Bongabong,
Philippines

Deenadayalan T

Assistant Professor,
School of Computer Science Engineering and Information systems
Vellore Institute of Technology-Vellore TamilNadu,
India

Stefano Cirillo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,
Department Of Computer Science
University of Salerno Salerno,
Italy

Prof Dr.Yousef Ibrahim Daradkeh

Assistant Dean,
Department of Computer Science
Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University Al-Kharj,
Saudi Arabia

Theme:

The theme for ITCSA could revolve around embracing and adapting to the latest trends and innovations in computer science. Potential themes might include, but are not limited to:

Cybersecurity: Addressing challenges and presenting solutions in the realm of cybersecurity, covering topics like threat intelligence, secure coding practices, and risk mitigation.

Data Science and Big Data: Discussing advancements in data analytics, data management, and big data technologies for extracting meaningful insights.

Internet of Things (IoT): Exploring the integration of IoT into various applications, industries, and its impact on everyday life.

Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: Examining the latest trends in blockchain technology, decentralized applications, and the use of cryptocurrencies.

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI): Discussing innovations in user interfaces, user experience, and the interaction between humans and computers.

Quantum Computing: Exploring developments in quantum computing and its potential applications in solving complex problems.

Outcome:

The expected outcomes of the ITCSA track could include:

Knowledge Sharing: Participants gain insights into the latest trends, research findings, and innovations in computer science and its applications.

Networking: Facilitating collaboration and networking opportunities among researchers, professionals, and industry experts.

Publication of Research Papers: The presentation and publication of high-quality research papers, showcasing contributions to the field.

Inspiration for Future Research: Providing inspiration for future research directions and interdisciplinary collaborations within computer science.

Practical Applications: Highlighting practical applications and case studies that demonstrate the real-world impact of innovative trends in computer sciences.

Community Building: Fostering a sense of community among attendees, encouraging ongoing communication and collaboration beyond the conference or event.

To be a Presenter please submit your Research Abstract
To be a Listener, Please register