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Common Forum / ICAEE conference
« on: March 24, 2019, 09:08:05 AM »
2019 the 6th International Conference on Advances in Electronics Engineering (ICAEE 2019) aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, and professionals from the industry, academia and government to discourse on research and development, professional practice in electronics engineering. ICAEE 2019 will be held in University of Macau during October 26-28, 2019

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Common Forum / EICT conference
« on: March 24, 2019, 09:06:57 AM »
Electrical, Electronics, Information and Communication Technology contribute greatly in the advancement of technologies. Rapid technological advancements can be achieved through continuous research. The faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) of Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET) is going to organize the 4th International Conference on Electrical Information and Communication Technology (EICT) on 19-21 December 2019 in the industrial city Khulna of Bangladesh. The main objective is to create an effective platform for researchers and technical experts to share recent ideas, innovations, and problem-solving techniques in the vast areas of electrical, information and communication engineering. It will be a great opportunity for both researchers and industrial communities to meet, discuss and share their research outcomes. Prospective authors are invited to submit their original technical papers for presentation at the conference and publications in the conference proceedings

Common Forum / ICAEE
« on: March 24, 2019, 09:05:00 AM »
Submission deadline
IC4ME2 15th March 2019
ICAEE 30th April 2019

6th International Conference on Networking, Systems and Security 2019

Call for Paper
The 6th International Conference on Networking, Systems and Security (6th NSysS 2019) aims at providing a forum for researchers, practitioners, developers, and users from academia, industry, and government to interact, present and exchange new research ideas and results. Its scope includes recent advances in both theoretical and experimental research addressing the rich space of computer networks, networking systems, and security across academia and industry. NSysS 2019 will be held during December 17-19, 2019 in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. This conference series is generally technically co-sponsored by ACM Chapter and IEEE Bangladesh Section. It is the 6th event of this conference series.


Scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Addressing and location management
Cellular and broadband wireless nets
Cognitive radio networking
Congestion control
Cross layer design and optimization
Cyber physical systems and networking
Data centers
Data reduction, inference, and signal processing
Delay/disruption tolerant networks
Denial of service
Embedded software for sensor networks
Energy harvesting
Experience with real-world applications
Experimental results from operational networks or network applications
Fault-tolerance, reliability, and troubleshooting
Future Internet design
Innovative applications and deployment experiences
Mobile, participatory, and social sensing
Multicast, broadcast and anycast
Multimedia protocols
Near field communication
Network architectures
Network management and traffic engineering
Network security and privacy
Network simulation and emulation
Network, transport, and application-layer protocols
Novel components, devices and architectures for networked sensing
Operating systems and runtime environments
Optical networks
P2P, overlay, and content distribution networks
Power control and management
Quality of service
Resource allocation and management
RFID networks and protocols
Satellite networks
Scheduling and buffer management
Security, trust and privacy
Self-organizing networks
Sensor data storage, retrieval, processing and management
Social computing and networks
Switches and switching
Theoretical foundation and fundamental bounds
Topology characterization and inference
Underground and underwater networks
Vehicular networks
Wireless, mobile, ad-hoc, and sensor networks

Important Dates
Abstract and paper submission deadline: July 1, 2019
Notification of paper acceptance: September 1, 2019
Short papers for posters and demos submission deadline: July 1, 2019
Notification of short papers for posters and demos acceptance: September 1, 2019
Camera-ready content submission: September 15, 2019
Program: December 17-19, 2019


Common Forum / How Pope Francis could shape the future of robotics
« on: March 24, 2019, 08:58:37 AM »
It might not be the first place you imagine when you think about robots.

But in the Renaissance splendour of the Vatican, thousands of miles from Silicon Valley, scientists, ethicists and theologians gather to discuss the future of robotics.

The ideas go to the heart of what it means to be human and could define future generations on the planet.

The workshop, Roboethics: Humans, Machines and Health was hosted by The Pontifical Academy for Life.
Epochal changes

The Academy was created 25 years ago by Pope John Paul II in response to rapid changes in biomedicine.

It studies issues including advances in human genome editing techniques.

These techniques were controversially claimed to have been used by Chinese scientist He Jiankui, to alter the genes of twin girls so they could not get HIV.
Image caption Japanese professor Hiroshi Ishiguro, with his robot double

For the opening of the meeting, Pope Francis presented a letter to the Human Community, where he outlines the paradox of "progress" and cautions against developing technologies without first thinking of the possible costs to society.

In the letter, the Pope emphasises the need to study new technologies: communication technologies, nanotechnologies, biotechnologies and robotics.

"There is a pressing need, then, to understand these epochal changes and new frontiers in order to determine how to place them at the service of the human person, while respecting and promoting the intrinsic dignity of all," Pope Francis writes.
Human robots

In stark contrast to this message came a hypothesis from Japanese Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro, who says we will no longer be recognized as flesh and blood humans, in 10,000 years time.

Famous for creating extremely human-like robots at his lab in Osaka University, including one of himself, Prof Ishiguro spoke about the need to evolve our bodies away from their current materials to something more enduring.

"Our ultimate aim of human evolution is immortality by replacing the flesh and bones with inorganic material," he said.

"The question is what happens if something happens in the planet, or something happens on the Sun, so we cannot live in the planet, we need to live in space."

"In this case, which is better? Organic materials or inorganic materials?"
Image copyright Giordano Giuseppe
Image caption Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro addresses the Vatican's conference on Roboethics

For Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, there is a clear answer.

"This dream is a terrible dream," adding that it was "impossible" to divide the body and soul.

"The flesh is the body with the soul and the soul is a spirit with flesh," he asserted.

"The body is very important for human beings, through the body we love, through the body we embrace and communicate with one another," he said.

"We are aware on one side this is unbelievable progress, but on the other side, we felt that are risks that this development can give the world.

"The risk is we forget we are creatures, not creators."
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Listen to Why is the Pope is worried about robots?, on the Beyond Today podcast on BBC Sounds.
Image caption Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia hosted the conference
Robot rights

Creating robots that can do tasks humans can do, even intimate tasks like caring for elderly people or having a relationship, is a fundamental aspect of Prof Ishiguro's work.

"We have a serious problem, the Japanese population is going down to half the number of the current population within 50 years."

Instead of relying on human immigrants or a baby boom to solve the decline, Prof Ishiguro points to the possibility of utilising robots instead.

"We don't have enough annual immigrations, Japan is an isolated country, it's an island, our culture is quite different from other countries,"

"It is not so easy for the foreigners to survive in Japan in some sense,' Prof Ishiguro said.

"That is the main reason why we are so crazy for creating robots."

The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) released a report last year emphasising the "urgent and complex moral questions" raised by advances in AI and robotics.

It emphasized a need to for a collective and collaborative way of working to establish a set of values around which to organise society and the role these new technologies play.
Image copyright Pontifical Academy for Life
Image caption The meeting brought roboticists together with theologians and moral philosphers

"It was on the request of the European Commission to have ethical thoughts about the future of our societies and the future of work in times of robotics and artificial intelligence," said Professor Christiane Woopen, chair of the EGE and Professor of ethics and theory of medicine at Cologne University, who was at the Vatican.

The focus of the group's work is on how human rights relate to robots, rather than the idea of giving rights to new forms of autonomous technology.

"We are not of the opinion that AI or robots should have rights on their own," Prof Woopen said.

"Rights pertain to people and refer to fundamental rights, like human dignity, the right to autonomy."

"Those rights refer to people, to human beings, and they refer to the EU Charter on fundamental rights," she explained.

But Prof Ishiguro thinks the closer we get to having robots in our house and in our friendship circles, the more rights we will naturally want to give them.

"Once a robot is going to be a partner, or a companion for us, a friend for us, we will want to protect the robot of course," he said.

"As we give a kind of right to the animals, I think we will give a kind of right to the robots as well."
Image copyright Pontifical Academy for Life
Image caption Pope Francis listens to Archbishop Paglia

For Prof Woopen, blurring the lines between humans and robots and entering into relationships with them raises complex ethical issues.

"If you imagine that someday there will be a robot that completely behaves like a human being, moves like a human being, has facial expressions like a human being, how will you then decide whether this entity has a soul or not?"

"We use them for our purposes, because we are the beings who can set their goals, who can choose the means, who can do good and evil, but we are free human beings," she says.

"And I think that we shouldn't grant technical artefacts the freedom we have."
Ethics partnership

The Vatican recently partnered with Microsoft to offer an international prize on ethics and artificial intelligence, after a private meeting between Pope Francis and Microsoft President Brad Smith.

The prize is for the best doctoral dissertation of 2019 on the subject of "artificial intelligence in the service of human life".
Image copyright Reuters
Image caption Pope Francis meets Microsoft's President Brad Smith

Next year, the agenda for the Academy's meeting focuses on artificial intelligence.

"We have underlined the importance of technical research, this is a really good gift that God gave to us," Archbishop Paglia says.

"But when we become similar to computers, we immediately see conflicts, dangers, inequalities and sometimes a terrible slavery with the other." he says.

Prof Woopen emphasised the need for governments to address these emerging ethical issues.

'We have to be faster in Europe," she said.

"But I think governments have already learned that these are crucial aspects to regulate and deal with because this will just shape our societies without taking account of what governments say, if they don't."
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« on: March 24, 2019, 08:57:24 AM »
t is the search giant which is pouring billions into everything from mobile phones to artificial intelligence and driverless cars,

Now Google wants to transform the video games industry and on this week's Tech Tent we explore whether its new service Stadia really does mean the death of the console.

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The pitch as delivered at the Games Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday seemed simple but compelling. Google was offering a streaming gaming service which would give you access to all kinds of hot titles on any kind of screen with all the heavy lifting being done in the cloud. Bye bye console, hello a kind of Netflix for games.

But before we consign all those Xboxs, PlayStations and Nintendo Switches to the dustbin of history, there are a few questions to be answered. Will most gamers' broadband connections be fast enough to make a streaming service an attractive proposition? Will developers all come on board? And is Google the right company to trust with the future of the games industry?

Keza MacDonald, games editor at the Guardian, has her doubts. She makes the point that while Netflix viewers will tolerate occasional buffering of TV programmes, gamers will find that intolerable: "What makes the game nice to play is the instant responsiveness. So even the tiniest little bit of lag or delay, or stuttering or anything like that will ruin it."

Phil Harrison, the Google executive in charge of Stadia, says the service will use "some very clever compression algorithms inside our data-centres to make sure we deliver the highest quality experience to you at the best possible bandwidth."

While the menu of games outlined at the launch looked thin, he promised that big titles from major publishers would be coming to the platform in the coming months. But Google can't expect the established players to sit back and watch as it steals their lunch.

Microsoft is preparing its own streaming service, and neither the Xbox nor Sony's PlayStation are going to fade away any time soon.
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Image caption Google VP Phil Harrison says "clever" technology will make sure games work over the web

Google certainly has both the funds and the technology to make a success of a cloud gaming service. But there are questions about its track record when it comes to products that people have to pay for. Its Pixel phones have won good reviews but modest sales, Google Glass was an expensive flop and can anyone remember what happened to the Google TV service?

Keza MacDonald also questions how comfortable gamers will be with a firm whose business has been built on collecting personal data to sell advertising: "The idea of a Netflix-style subscription service that's also essentially mining my data and selling it, is not awesome."

Then there is the question of Stadia's link with YouTube, where Google has struggled to combat abuse and hateful behaviour. The platform will be both a powerful marketing channel for the streaming service and a source of reputational risk if young players face bullying.

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Cloud Computing / cloud computing new research areas
« on: July 21, 2018, 11:26:34 AM »
The following topics offer a lot of scope for research scholars in the cloud infrastructure domain:

    Energy optimisation
    Load balancing
    Security and integrity
    Privacy in multi-tenancy clouds
    Data recovery and backup
    Data segregation and recovery
    Scheduling for resource optimisation
    Secure cloud architecture
    Cloud cryptography
    Cloud access control and key management
    Integrity assurance for data outsourcing
    Verifiable computation
    Software and data segregation security
    Secure management of virtualised resources
    Trusted computing technology
    Joint security and privacy-aware protocol design
    Failure detection and prediction
    Secure data management within and across data centres
    Availability, recovery and auditing
    Secure computation outsourcing
    Secure mobile cloud

Cloud Computing / Re: Cloud Computing and Cloud Economy
« on: July 21, 2018, 11:22:37 AM »
Thanks for sharing this valuable  information.

Internet of Things / IOT new Projects Ideas
« on: July 21, 2018, 11:21:32 AM »
IOT or internet of things is an upcoming technology that makes use of internet to control/monitor electronic/mechanical devices, automobiles and other physical devices connected to the internet. IOT gives user the ability to control more than digital things easily through a comfortable GUI over the internet. We are amongst the pioneers researching in the field of internet of things. Our efforts concentrate on researching innovative iot projects that could benefit mankind. Our IOT systems are well researched ideas that help you bring innovative IOT projects to life.    
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These iot project ideas are an inspiration to students and researchers for further iot research. Our researchers focus on the use of IOT for home/industry automation and monitoring various physical parameters over the internet. Here you may find a wide list of projects related to internet of things. These internet of things projects have been proposed on existing system improvements and new innovative solutions to different problems.

    IOT Color Based Product Sorting Machine Project
    IOT Paralysis Patient Health Care Project
    IOT Car Parking System
    Smart Dustbin With IOT Notifications
    IOT Smart Mirror With News & Temperature
    IOT Color Based Product Sorting Machine Project
    IOT Garbage Monitoring With Weight Sensing
    IOT Smart Energy Grid
    IOT Asset tracking System
    IOT Based ICU Patient Monitoring System
    Biometric Attendance System Over IOT
    IOT Gas Pipe Leakage Detector Insect Robot
    IOT Irrigation Monitoring & Controller System
    IOT Electronic Door Opener
    IOT Home Automation Using Raspberry Pi
    IOT Alcohol & Health Monitoring System
    IOT Liquid Level Monitoring System
    IOT Garbage Monitoring System
    IOT Based Home Automation
    IOT Based Office Automation
    IOT Based Industry Automation
    IOT Weather Reporting System
    IOT Based Antenna Positioning System
    IOT Based Fire Department Alerting System
    IOT Solar Power Monitoring System
    IOT Streetlight Controller System
    IOT Traffic Signal Monitoring & Controller System
    IOT Industry Automation Using Raspberry Pi
    IOT Underground Cable Fault Detector Project
    IOT Air & Sound Pollution Monitoring System
    Energy Meter Monitoring Over IOT
    IOT Based Person/Wheelchair Fall Detection
    IOT Patient Health Monitoring Project
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Internet of Things or IoT is nothing new. The idea of a future connected world is becoming a reality as everything from refrigerators to jet engines are connected to the Internet. In reality, of course, a lot of challenges still remain. The best way to learn what these are, is to look at academic research.

Eliko has its roots in academia but for the past 10+ years, our focus has been on commercial technology development or on close-to-market research projects. Still, we have a broad network of universities that we regularly work with and many of our forward-looking insights are a result of that collaboration.

So, it is fascinating to share the latest list of topics that the top 500 Internet of Things researchers focus on, compiled by The League of Scholars. The list represents the keywords that the researchers used when publishing their work. The top 500 researchers are defined based on their citations, the journal’s impact factor, industry collaboration, and public engagement.

Top 20 Internet of Things Research Frontiers

    wireless sensor networks      30%
    cloud computing          27%
    big data 12%
    ubiquitous computing 12%
    distributed systems     10%
    cyber-physical systems          9%
    pervasive computing  8%
    embedded systems    8%
    mobile computing       8%
    artificial intelligence    8%
    machine learning        8%
    security  7%
    semantic web   7%
    network security          6%
    sensor networks          6%
    wireless networks       6%
    RFID          6%
    smart cities       5%

International Conference on Innovations in Science, Engineering and Technology 2018 (ICISET 2018) is a multidisciplinary international conference organized by the Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) of International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC) in association with the Center for Research and Publication (CRP) of the university. This is the second time ICISET is going to take place where the first round of this immensely successful conference was held in 2016. The objective of ICISET 2018 is to create a unique opportunity for the scientists, engineers, professionals, researchers and students to present their latest research findings and experiences in the areas of Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunication Engineering, Pharmacy and other relevant areas of Science, Engineering and Technology.


Algorithms & Information Systems
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Expert System
Computer Vision, Robotics & Human-Computer Interaction
Computer Graphics & Multimedia Systems
Signal, Image, Audio & Video Processing
Distributed, Mobile & Cloud Computing
Database, Data Mining & Big Data
Engineering Ethics, E-Commerce and E-Governance
Internet of Things
System Security
Power Systems, Electrical Drives and Control Systems
Mobile & wireless communication
RF & Microwave Engineering
Antenna Propagation
Optical & under water communication
Concept of 5G & Advanced Communication Technology
Electronic Devices and Embedded System
VLSI Design, Fabrication & Computer Architecture
Materials Science
Renewable Engineering
Instrumentation and Sensors
Nanotechnology and NEMS
Photonic Devices
Herbal Medicine
Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Immunology
Bioinformatics, Biotechnology & Molecular Biology
Pharmaceutical Technology & Nanotechnology
Important Dates
Paper submission deadline:July 15, 2018
Notification of acceptance: August 27, 2018
Camera-ready due: September 10, 2018
Last date of registration: September 24, 2018
Conference Dates: October 26-27,2018
Venue: Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) of International Islamic University Chittagong

All accepted and presented papers are expected to be included in IEEE Xplore and will be indexed by EI.

1st IEEE International Conference on Innovation in Engineering and Technology 2018 hosted by University of Dhaka

Call for paper
Welcome to the 1st International Conference on Innovation in Engineering and Technology 2018, in historic city Dhaka, Bangladesh. The conference is organized by the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The theme of the conference is “Science, Engineering and Technologies for Next-Generation”. It provides ample opportunities for researchers, industry practitioners, & students of EEE, CSE, Applied Chemistry, Nuclear Engineering, Robotics and Mechatronics, Information Technology, Biomedical Physics to share their research results on related arenas. All accepted and presented papers will be sent to IEEE for uploading its Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society BD Chapter has confirmed as Technical Co-sponsor of the conference.

Computing and Processing
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Robotic Applications
Data Mining and Big Data Analysis
Communication, Networking and Broadcast Technologies
Components, Circuits, Devices and Systems
General Topics for Engineers
Nuclear Engineering
Power, Energy and Industry Applications
Robotics and Control Systems
Signal Processing and Analysis
Chemical Engineering
Biochemical Engineering
Nanotechnology and Materials Science
Analytical and Organic Chemistry

Important Dates:
Last Date of Paper Submission: 25 July 2018
Submission of Special Session Proposal:25June 2018
Submission of Student Posters only: 25 Aug. 2018
Notification to Authors:5 Sept. 2018
Camera Ready Paper Submission & Early-bird Registration:15 Sept. 2018
Conference Date: 25-27 Oct.


1st IEEE International Conference on Advancement in Electrical and Electronic Engineering hosted by Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology (DUET)

Call for Paper
The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) of Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology (DUET), Gazipur is going to organize an international conference “International Conference on Advancement in Electrical and Electronic Engineering - (ICAEEE 2018)” on 22-24 November 2018. Department of EEE, DUET, Gazipur has been playing a pivotal role in education, research, innovation and contributing significantly to technological interests. The conference intends to bring together researchers, academics, scientists, industrial communities, technical experts and students from home and abroad to present, share and flourish their knowledge and to contribute to the field of electrical and electronic engineering. Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit their original research papers for presentation at the conference.


Control, Robotics and Automation
Automation and Control Systems
Robotics and Mechatronics
Detection Technology and Automatic Equipment
Sensors and Applications
Human-computer Interaction
Electrical Power and Energy
Renewable Energy Systems and Sources
Power Systems
High Voltage Engineering
Power Electronics
Power Devices and Driving Circuits
Smart Grid
Nuclear Energy
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Systems and Applications
Genetics and Bioinformatics
Cellular and Tissue Engineering
Bio Nano Devices
Medical Imaging
Electronic and Optical Devices
Nano Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices
Optical Fibers
2-D and Emerging Materials
Quantum Information Processing
VLSI Design and Fabrication
Signal Processing
Artificial Intelligence
Signal, Image and Video Processing
Pattern Recognition
Neural Networking
Data Communication and Networking
Fuzzy Logic Systems
Telecommunications and Information Technology
Wireless Communications
Optical Fiber Communications
RF and Microwave Communications
Cloud Computing
Network Security
Internet of Things (IOT)

Important Dates
Paper submission deadline : 1st July, 2018
Acceptance notification : 1st October 2018
Registration and Camera ready submission : 15th October, 2018
Conference date : 22-24 November, 2018


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