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Paper Submission Deadline
             June 30 , 2022

All accepted and presented papers of the conference by duly registered authors will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for Publication.

Speakers Info

Prof. Sardar M.N. Islam

Prof. Deepak Puthal

Prof. Pavel Kromer

Advancements in Smart, Secure and Intelligent Computing (ASSIC) aims to highlight recent development research works in Information and Communication Technologies so as to create intelligent systems driven by automation capabilities thereby addressing prevailing concerns faced by humanity. It aims to integrate the capabilities of computer units, social media, security methods and communication networks together with smart devices, internet technologies, big data analytics, computational intelligence and intelligent systems to realize various innovative applications. ASSIC can provide a platform in not only designing smart computing systems but also in incorporating machine intelligence based hi-tech system models with advanced security measures. It provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in modern technologies like Internet-of-Things, edge computing, cloud computing, secure intelligent frameworks and ubiquitous computing.

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Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) was established in 1992 as a vocational training centre with only two staff and 12 students. However, it took shape as an institution only in 1997, when degree engineering programme commenced. KIIT owes its existence to the vision of its founder Prof. Achyuta Samanta who, with no land, limited finances (only Rs. 5000/-) and little knowledge of higher education to create an institution for the benefit of the society. From these small beginnings, KIIT has developed into a leading university with a strong interdisciplinary culture and a commitment to teaching excellence.KIIT is one of the first institutions in the State of Odisha to attract foreign students into its various academic programmes. KIIT has students from over 60 countries, including most of the South Asian Nations, proving its reputation as a quality institution of professional education that transcends borders.Read More..

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Founder Of KIIT

Dr. Achyuta Samanta is an educationist, philanthropist, and social worker. He is the founder of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) and Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), both educational institutions of global repute and recognition. KIIT is an Institution of Eminence and one of the most prominent universities in India Read More..

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Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences – KISS, comprises of KISS Foundation, KISS School & College and KISS University. KISS Foundation is an NGO in India headquartered in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. School, College and University is the educational wing of this initiative located at the intersection of food, education and empowerment.We are powered by a belief that a better world – free from hunger, poverty & illiteracy – is possible.Read More..

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Odisha (formerly Orissa), an eastern Indian state on the Bay of Bengal, is known for its tribal cultures and its many ancient Hindu temples. The capital, Bhubaneswar, is home to hundreds of temples, notably the intricately-carved Mukteshvara. The Lingaraj Temple complex, dating to the 11th century, is set around sacred Bindusagar Lake. The Odisha State Museum is focused on the area’s history and environment.The term "Odisha/Orissa" is derived from the ancient Prakrit word "Odda Visaya" (also "Udra Bibhasha" or "Odra Bibhasha") as in the Tirumalai inscription of Rajendra Chola I, which is dated to 1025.Sarala Das, who translated the Mahabharata into the Odia language in the 15th century, calls the region 'Odra Rashtra' as Odisha. The inscriptions of Kapilendra Deva of the Gajapati Kingdom (1435–67) on the walls of temples in Puri call the region Odisha or Odisha Rajya.Read More..

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