Mysuru, December 10:- GSSS Institute of Engineering and Technology for Women, Mysuru, is organising the second International Conference on “Adaptive Computational Intelligence ICACI-2020” on December 15 and 16 in collaboration with Springer Journal and University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy. The conference will provide a platform for the exchange of ideas in the area of computational intelligence.
Dr Fabrice Meriaudeau, Distinguished Professor, University of Burgandy, will be the chief guest for the conference. He will deliver a keynote speech on “Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging: Applications to eye/retina diseases and myocardium infarction.”
Dr Logeswaran, Professor, Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation, Malaysia, will be the guest of honour and will deliver a keynote address on “Data Science and Big Data.”
Dr Navakanta Bhat, Director, Centre for Nano Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, will be the Programme Chair and will deliver a keynote speech on “Sensor Diversity and Scaling: New Paradigm for Intelligent Systems.”
Dr Kamesh Namuduri, Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of North Texas, will be the General Chair who will deliver a keynote address on “Air Mobility.”
The General Co-Chair of the conference Prof Silvia Liberata Ullo, Engineering Department, University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy, will be present on the occasion.
Dr Jagannatha Shenoi, president GSSS; Vanaja B Pandit, secretary GSSS; R K Bharath, Management Committee member and CEO GSSS; Anupama B Pandit, administrative officer, GSSSIETW; Dr Shivakumar M, principal, GSSSIETW, the organizing chair of ICACI 2020 Dr Rajendra R Patil, professor and head, Department of ECE and organising secretary Dr S Padmashree, professor, Department of ECE, will be present at the inaugural function.
The broad areas of the conference are computational intelligence, augmented reality, deep learning, machine learning, mobile intelligence, etc. Out of 144 papers received for the conference from abroad (Pakistan, Ethiopia and Brunei) and from all over India, 72 papers have been selected for presentation. (MR)