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International Conference on

Advancements in Smart, Secure & Intelligent Computing

At KIIT-DU Campus, Bhubaneswar,India( November 19-20, 2022)

Name : Professor Sardar M.N. Islam

Affiliation : Institute for Sustainable Industries and Liveable Cities,
Victoria University, Melbourne 14428, Australia.

Topic : Advanced Machine Intelligence paradigms in Cybersecurity.


Professor Sardar M.N. Islam has lived, studied, worked and travelled (extensively) in different countries over a long period of time. He adopts a global and humanistic approach in his research and academic works. In his research, he has undertaken rigorous scientific studies of universal and emerging issues in several disciplines. Currently, he is a Professor at Victoria University's Institute for Sustainable Industries and Liveable Cities. He was a Professor of Business, Economics and Finance from 2007 to 2017, and has had many years of academic work experience in teaching, supervision, and multi-disciplinary research. His research has attracted international acclaim, leading to a number of appointments as distinguished visiting professor, visiting professor or adjunct professor in artificial intelligence, accounting, industrial engineering, finance, economics and management in several different countries. Professor Islam has also received a many invitations to address international conferences as a keynote speaker. He has published a large number of research books in artificial intelligence and digitization, game theory, operations research, supply chain management, accounting, finance, business, economics and law. These books are published by prestigious publishers and the majority of his books are published in highly regarded book series. The following are the areas of his interest and expertise are Artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics, Game theory, agency theory and mechanism design, Advanced econometrics, Management science/applied quantitative methods (applied operations research methods, applied econometrics, structural equation modelling, etc.), engineering/operations management, engineering analytics and management.


Name :Prof. Shivashankar B. Nair

Affiliation : Department of CSE, IIT Guwahati, Assam, India

Topic : Intelligent Internet of Things


Shivashankar B Nair received his Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Engineering from Amravati University, Amravati, where he served as a faculty member from 1986 to 1998. He later joined the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, where he is currently a Professor in Computer Science and Engineering. His major areas of interest include, Artificial Intelligence - Real (Open) World Applications, Cyber-Physical Systems/Internet of Things, Intelligent Mobile Agents, Nature-inspired Systems, Networked & Emotional Robotics, Decentralized Systems, Nature-inspired Language processing, Artificial Immune Systems, Genetic Algorithms, Fuzzy Systems, Embodied Life-Long-Learning & Federated Learning. Dr. Nair has been the chief investigator for projects funded both by the Indian government and foreign agencies and is a member of several international and national journal and conference committees. He was a visiting Professor (Korean Brain Pool) at the Human-Centred Advanced Research Education Centre, Hanbat National University, Daejeon, South Korea. He is awarded a Korean Brain Pool Professorship by the S. Korean Federation of Science & Technology for research in Emotional Robotics, where he was investigated a new ways of instilling emotions into robots.

Name :Professor W. Alan Eardley

Affiliation : Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Sciences, Staffordshire University, Staffordshire, UK.

Topic : Professor Eardley is a native of Staffordshire and began his association with the Staffordshire University as a part-time student in 1972. He worked in variety of production management roles in several manufacturing industries before becoming involved in the computerisation of information systems and a transition to computing. Having been a student at Staffordshire University for twelve years Alan joined the teaching staff of the Business School in 1984. Alan joined the School of Computing in 1986. He then led a teaching group for a number of years and developed and led undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Technology Management and Business Information Technology while continuing to study in the part-time mode, achieving a Masters degree from Aston University in 1990 and a PhD from Southampton University in 2001. He taught the University’s advanced qualifications in a number of overseas universities and has attended academic conferences all over the world. He was a University Learning and Teaching Fellow from 2007 to 2009 and is a fellow of the Academy of Teaching Excellence. Alan is a Member of the British Computer Society (MBCS) and is a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) and a Member of the UK Academy for Information Systems. He was awarded a Professorship in Enterprise Computing in 2013. Alan’s research interests include knowledge management and IT management (particularly in healthcare) and the development and delivery of innovative learning materials and methods. In 2012 he was a part of the team that completed a successful European research project into work-based learning and is involved in a number of research projects across the University. His expertise includes IT and information strategy, project management, knowledge management, research methods, work-based learning.

Name :Pavel Kromer

Affiliation : VSB- Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic