Welcome to ICBDACI 2017!

Accepted papers will be published in IEEE Digital Library.
IEEE ISBN : 978-1-5090-6399-4; IEEE Part Number CFP17K61-USB

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Honorary Chair
Fuzy Logic Guru
Dr. Bernadette BOUCHON-MEUNIER,
Director of Research Emeritus,
The National Center for Scientific Research,
France

The growth of data both structured and unstructured will present challenges as well as opportunities for industries and academia over the next few years. With the explosive growth of data volumes, it is essential that real-time information that is of use to the business can be extracted to deliver better insights to decision-makers, understand complex patterns etc. Computational Intelligence tools offer adaptive mechanisms that enable the understanding of data in complex and changing environments. The main building blocks of computational intelligence involve computational modeling of biological and natural intelligent systems, multi-agent systems, hybrid intelligent systems etc.

The conference will provide an opportunity for the researchers to meet and discuss the latest solutions, scientific results and methods in solving intriguing problems in the fields of Big Data Analytics, Intelligent Agents and Computational Intelligence. The conference programme will include workshops, special sessions and tutorials, along with prominent keynote speakers and regular paper presentations in parallel tracks. The aim of BDACI’17 is to serve as a forum to present current and future work as well as to exchange research ideas in this field.

Important Dates

Paper Submission Due 15 February 2017
Acceptance Notification Due24 February 2017
Final Paper Upload Due08 March 2017
Author Registration Due03 March 2017
Conference23 - 25 March 2017

































Call for Paper

Original contributions based on the results of research and developments are solicited. Prospective authors are requested to submit their papers in not more than 6 pages, prepared in the two column IEEE format. All the accepted and presented papers will be published in the form of e-proceedings in USB.

BDACI’17 takes plagiarism very seriously and regard plagiarism as a professional misconduct. Papers will be screened for plagiarism and when identified the paper will be rejected. In addition all authors of the paper will be denied to the conference and other papers by these author(s) will also be rejected. When paper accepted, BDACI’17 don’t encourage withdrawals meaning it should not be submitted with the intention to get the reviews by the TPC.

BDACI’17 invites authors to submit their original and unpublished work that demonstrate current research using big data analytics, computational intelligence and other intelligent computing techniques and their applications in science, technology, business and commerce.

Computational Intelligence

  • Fuzzy Logic
    • Non-standard fuzzy sets
    • Granular computing
    • Computing with words
    • Aggregation/fusion
    • Fuzzy sets and statistics
    • Uncertainty
    • Decision-making
    • General theoretical issues
    • Generalisation in neural, fuzzy and evolutionary learning
    • Fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory
    • Lattice theory and multi-valued logic
    • Approximate reasoning
    • Type-2 fuzzy logic
    • Rough sets and random sets
    • Fuzzy mathematics
    • Fuzzy measure and integral
    • Possibility theory and imprecise probability
  • Neural Networks and other machine learning techniques
    • Neural computation
    • Self-organizing maps
    • Recurrent networks
    • Multilayer perceptrons
    • Recursive deterministic perceptrons
    • Evolutionary neural networks
    • Neural networks for pattern recognition
    • Neural netwoks for prediction and optimization
    • Neural networks for principal component analysis
    • General regression neural networks
    • Neural networks as/and fuzzy systems
    • Radial basis functions
    • Learning theory
    • Reinforcement learning
    • Generalization in neural networks
  • Evolutionary Computation
    • Theoretical foundations of bio-inspired heuristics
    • Exact and approximation runtime analysis
    • Fixed budget computations
    • Black box complexity
    • Self-adaptation
    • Population dynamics
    • Fitness landscape and problem difficulty analysis
    • No Free Lunch Theorems
    • Statistical approaches for understanding the behaviour of bio-inspired heuristics

Computational studies of a foundational nature.

Big Data Analytics

  • Big Data Models, Algorithms and Architectures
    • Foundational Models for Big Data
    • Algorithms and Programming Techniques for Big Data Processing
    • Big Data Analytics and Metrics
    • Novel Theoretical Models for Big Data
    • New Computational Models for Big Data
    • Data and Information Quality for Big Data
    • New Data Standards
    • Cloud Computing Techniques for Big Data
    • Big Data as a Service
    • Big Data Open Platforms
    • Data Stream Algorithms
    • Randomized Algorithms for Matrices and Data
    • Algorithmic Techniques for Big Data Analysis
    • Models of Computation for Massive Data
    • The Modern Algorithmic Toolbox
    • Big data storage architecture
    • GEOSS clearinghouse
    • Distributed and parallel computing
  • Big Data Management
    • Big Data Persistence and Preservation
    • Big Data Quality and Provenance Control
    • Big Data Storage and Retrieval
    • Search and Mining of variety of data including scientific and engineering, social, sensor/IoT/IoE, and multimedia data
    • Algorithms and Systems for Big Data Search
    • Distributed, and Peer-to-peer Search
    • Big Data Search Architectures, Scalability and Efficiency
    • Data Acquisition, Integration, Cleaning, and Best Practices
    • Visualization Analytics for Big Data
    • Computational Modeling and Data Integration
    • Large-scale Recommendation Systems and Social Media Systems
    • Cloud/Grid/Stream Data Mining- Big Velocity Data
    • Link and Graph Mining
    • Semantic-based Data Mining and Data Pre-processing
    • Mobility and Big Data
    • Multimedia and Multi-structured Data- Big Variety Data
  • Big Data Security, Privacy and Trust
    • Big Data System Security and Integrity
    • Big Data Information Security
    • Privacy Preserving Big Data Analytics
    • Usable Security and Privacy for Big Data
    • Intrusion Detection for Gigabit Networks
    • Anomaly and APT Detection in Very Large Scale Systems
    • High Performance Cryptography
    • Visualizing Large Scale Security Data
    • Threat Detection using Big Data Analytics
    • Privacy Threats of Big Data
    • Privacy Preserving Big Data Collection/Analytics
    • HCI Challenges for Big Data Security & Privacy
    • User Studies for any of the above
    • Sociological Aspects of Big Data Privacy
    • Trust management in IoT and other Big Data Systems
  • Big Data Search, Mining, and Visualization
    • Algorithms and Systems for Big Data Search
    • Distributed, and Peer-to-peer Search
    • Machine learning based on Big Data
    • Visualization Analytics for Big Data
    • Social Web Search and Mining
    • Web Search
    • Algorithms and Systems for Big Data Search
    • Distributed, and Peer-to-peer Search
    • Big Data Search Architectures, Scalability and Efficiency
    • Data Acquisition, Integration, Cleaning, and Best Practices
    • Visualization Analytics for Big Data
    • Computational Modeling and Data Integration
    • Large-scale Recommendation Systems and Social Media Systems
    • Cloud/Grid/StreamData Mining- Big Velocity Data
    • Link and Graph Mining
    • Semantic-based Data Mining and Data Pre-processing
    • Mobility and Big Data
    • Multimedia and Multi-structured Data-Big Variety Data
    • Multifaceted and task-driven search
    • Personalized search and ranking
    • Data, entity, event, and relationship extraction
    • Data integration and data cleaning
    • Opinion mining and sentiment analysis
  • Big Data Applications
    • Big Data for Enterprise, Government, and Society
    • Case Studies of Big Data Value Creation
    • Big Data for Science and Engineering Research
    • Complex Big Data Applications in Science, Engineering, Medicine, Healthcare, Finance, Business, Law, Education, Transportation, Retailing, Telecommunication
    • Big Data Analytics in Small Business Enterprises (SMEs)
    • Big Data Analytics in Government, Public Sector and Society in General
    • Real-life Case Studies of Value Creation through Big Data Analytics
    • Big Data as a Service
    • Big Data Industry Standards
    • Experiences with Big Data Project Deployments
    • Big Data Analytics in Enterprises
    • Big data in eGovernment
    • Big data in Mobile apps
    • Big data in smart cities
    • Big data in Manufacturing
    • Big data in security and privacy
    • Big data in Ecommerce
    • Big data in Biomedicine
    • Big data in Regulated Industries
    • Big data in clinical and healthcare
    • Financial aspects of Big Data Industry
    • Current and future scenario of Big Data Market
    • Big Data in Travel Industry
    • Big Data Trends in Retail
    • Big data in Public administration
  • Big Data Infrastructure
    • Cloud/Grid/Stream Computing for Big Data
    • High Performance/Parallel Computing Platforms for Big Data
    • Autonomic Computing and Cyber-infrastructure, System Architectures, Design and Deployment
    • Energy-efficient Computing for Big Data
    • Programming Models and Environments for Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing to Support Big Data
    • Software Techniques andArchitectures in Cloud/Grid/Stream Computing
    • Big Data Open Platforms
    • New Programming Models for Big Data beyond Hadoop/MapReduce, STORM
    • Software Systems to Support Big Data Computing



















Key Dates


Paper Submission Due 15 February 2017
Acceptance Notification Due24 February 2017
Final Paper Upload Due08 March 2017
Author Registration Due03 March 2017
Conference23 - 25 March 2017

































Submissions

Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original unpublished research and recent developments in the topics related to the conference. It is required that the manuscript follows the standard IEEE camera-ready format (IEEE standard format, double column, 10-point font). Submissions must include title, abstract, keywords, author and affiliation with email address. Please double-check the paper size in your page setup to make sure you are using the letter-size paper layout (8.5 inch X 11 inch). The paper should not contain page numbers or any special headers or footers.

The IEEE templates in Microsoft Word (US Letter) and LaTeX format can be found at :
http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html

All papers that conform to submission guidelines will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, relevance to conference, contributions, and readability. Acceptance of papers will be communicated to authors by email.

The authors of the accepted papers will be allowed to make corrections in accordance with the suggestions of the reviewers and submit final camera-ready papers within the stipulated deadline. The conference proceedings will be distributed amongst the participants during the conference.


































Oversight Committee

Patron-in-Chief
Mr. K. Naga Malleswara Rao, President, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Mr. P. Sambasiva Rao, Vice-President, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Er. K. Ravi Kumar, Secretary, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Er. T. Ashok Kumar, Joint Secretary, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Er. P. Sunil Kumar, Treasurer, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Dr. K. Raghavendra Rao, Joint Secretary, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society
Smt. K. Nagaveni, Executive Member, G.S.R & T.S.R Educational Society

General Chair(s)
Prof. Dr. Syed Kamaluddin, Principal, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Prof. Dr. S K Niranjan, Prof. & Head, Department of M.C.A, SJCE, Mysore
Prof. Dr. Daniel Thalmann, Founder of the Virtual Reality Lab (VRLAB) at EPFL, Switzerland

Organizing Chair(s)
Mr. M. Venkata Rao, Head – Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. Kolla Bhanu Prakash, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C

Steering Committee Chair(s)
Prof. Dr. Amir Hussain,University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
Personal Chair in Cognitive Computation; Director, COSIPRA Lab; Director: PhD Programmes
IEEE UK & RI Chapter Chair, IEEE UK RI IAS Chapter

Mr. N. Suresh Babu, Head – Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. P. Gopi Chand, Head – Department of Civil Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. V. Venkata Rao, Head – Department of M.B.A, C.E.C
Ms. M. Anitha, Head – Department of S & H, C.E.C
Mr. Y. T. Sameer, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C

Technical Program Committee Chair(s)
Prof. Alex James, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan
Dr. Ch. Sukesh Babu, Head – Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. P. Balanagu, Head – Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering, C.E.C
Mrs. M. Rajyalakshmi, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mrs. R. Kavitha Lakshmi, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Dr. B. Koteswara Rao, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Dr. B. Ravi Kumar, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Dr. K. Ravindranadh, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Mr. M. Jayakumar Jacob, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Mr. H. Raghunadha Rao, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala

Publication Committee
Prof. Dr. V.P. Thinagaran, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia (Chair)
Dr. D. Suresh Samson, Training Head, C.E.C
Mr. T. Kameswara Rao, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. A. Atchyut Kumar Reddy, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. V. Siva Nagaraju, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. K. Srikanth, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C

Conference Coordinators
Mr. S. Uma Maheswara Rao, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. S. Suman, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. M. Ram Prasad, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C

Conference Co-Coordinators
Mrs. SK. Mowna, Faculty, Department of Computer Applications, C.E.C
Mr. V. Srinivasa Rao, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. K. Hari Krishna, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C

Registration Committee
Mr. Y. Prakash Babu, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Ms. Subhashini, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. P. Anvesh, Faculty, Department of Computer Applications, C.E.C
Ms. P. Bharathi Devi, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Ms. A. Vijaya Lakshmi, Faculty, Department of E.C.E, C.E.C

Sponsorship Committee
Mr. Raghavaiah, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. Ch. Masthan Chowdary, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. S. Amarnath, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mrs. V. Leela Sarada, Faculty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.E.C

Finance Committee
Mr. Y. Venu Babu, Faculty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. K. Sravan Kumar, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. L.V. Kiran, Faculty, Department of Computer Applications, C.E.C


































International Advisory Board

Angelo Cangelosi, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Alana Abdool, Zaref Engineering Ltd., India
El-Sayed El Alfy, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia
Arrchana Muruganantham, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Cristian Rodriguez Rivero, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
Daniela López De Luise, CI2S lab director, Argentina
Dipti Srinivasan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
De-Shuang Huang, Tongji University, China
Friedhelm Schwenker, University of Ulm, Germany
Hao Ying, Wayne State University, USA
Huanhuan Chen, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), China
Ivo Bukovsky, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Jacek M. Zurada, University of Louisville, USA
Janusz Kacprzyk, Intelligent Systems Laboratory, Poland
James C Bezdek, University of West Florida, USA
Jose M. Merigo, University of Manchester, UK
Jude Hemanth, Karunya University, India
Rudolf Kruse, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Leif E. Peterson, Cornell University, USA
Longbing Cao, University of Technology Sydney, Auatralia
Francesco Masulli, University of Genova, ITALY
Philip Yu, The University of Hong Kong , China
Paul S. Pang, Faculty of Creative Industries and Business, New Zealand
Roman Slowinski, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Athanasios V. Vasilakos, Lulea University of Technology Sweden, Sweden
Xin-She Yang, Middlesex University, UK
Xiao-Jun Zeng, University of Manchester, UK
Xin Xu, National University of Defense Technology (NUDT), China
Alvaro Orjuela Cañon, Antonio Nariño University, Bogota, Colombia, USA
Wojciech Ziarko, University of Regina, Canada
Chin-Teng Lin , National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Julian Antonio Pucheta, National University of Cordoba, Argentina

































Steering Committee

Steering Committee Chair(s)
Prof. Dr. M. G. Michael, University of Wollongong, Australia
Mr. N. Suresh Babu, Head – Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. P. Gopi Chand, Head – Department of Civil Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. V. Venkata Rao, Head – Department of M.B.A, C.E.C
Ms. M. Anitha, Head – Department of S & H, C.E.C
Mr. Y. T. Sameer, Faculty, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, C.E.C


Members
A. Rama Mohan Rao, CSIR-SERC, Chennai
Abduladhem Abdulkareem Ali, Senior Member of IEEE, University of Basrah, Iraq
Ahmad Kamil Mahmood, Universiti Teknologi, Petronas
Ajinkya Deshmukh, Uurmi System Pvt. Ltd, India
Alex P James, IEEE Senior Member, Nazarbayev University, Astana
Alvaro Rocha, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Anamika Ahirwar, MPCT, Gwalior, India
Angelo Genovese, Università Degli Studi Di Milano, Italy
Ankur Gupta, IEEE member, Model Institute of Engineering and Technology, India
Arun Raja Raman, IIT Madras
Arup Dasgupta, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Independent Director, Scanpoint Geomatics Ltd., India
Asharaf S, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, India
Ashoka K., BIET Davangere, Karnataka, India
Assaf Schuster, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Atreyi Kankanhalli, Member of IEEE ComSoc, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Bhushan Trivedi, GLS(Shailesh R. Parish) Institute of Computer Technology, India
Chen Hsiao Hwa, Member of IEEE ComSoc, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Chew Lim TAN, IEEE Senior Member, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Daniel Thalmann, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Deepak Garg, Patiala University
Dhiya Al-Jumeily, IEEE Member, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Edy Portmann, IEEE Member, University of Bern, Switzerland
Francesco Masulli, Robotica e Ingegneria dei Sistemi Universita' di Genova, Italy
G. F. Ali Ahammed, VTU PG centre, Mysore, India
H. B. Prajapati, Dharmsinh Desai University - Nadiad, Gujarat, India
Hareesh K. S., Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University, Manipal, India
Hemanth Kumar G, University of Mysore, India
Himanshu Monga, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India
I. Goswami, INFO Institute of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Ignacio Enrique Zaldívar Huerta, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica, México
Indrajit Saha, National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training & Research, Kolkata, India
J. Karthikeyan, SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul, India
Jalel Ben-Othman, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Paris 13, France
Jan Platos, Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Jangala. Sasi Kiran, Vidya Vikas Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, India
Jemal Abawajy, Deakin University, Australia
Jeng-Shyang Pan, Member of IEEE SMC, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan
Jerzy Grzymala-Busse, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Kansas, USA
Jitendra Agrawal, Member of IEEE CIS, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, India
Joyanta Kumar Roy, MCKV Institute of Engineering, Howrah, India
K S Shivaprakasha, NDRK Institute of Technology, Hassan, India
K. Chidananda Gowda, Kuvempu University, India
Kapila Chandika Wavegedara, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Univ. of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Kin Leung, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Imperial College London, UK
Koduri Srinivas, Chairman, IEEE Hyderabad Section, India
L. M. Patnaik, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Lei Zhang, East China Normal University, China
Leif Peterson, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, USA
Lipo Wang, AdCom Member of IEEE CIS, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
M. A. Dorai Rangaswamy, Sathyabama University
M. Lakshmi, Sathyabama University
M. Senthil Kumar, Ranganathan Engineering College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
Mahadeva Prasanna, S. R., Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
Mallikarjun. S. Holi, University B.D.T. College of Engineering, Davangere, India
Manjunath S, Central University of Kerala, Kasargod, India
Manu Malek, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Maulika S Patel, IEEE member, G H Patel College of Engg & Tech, India
Mohammed El Mohajir, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Morocco
Mohan Kankanhalli, Member of IEEE ComSoc, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Mojtaba Ahmadieh, IEEE Member, Toosi University of Technology, Iran
Muthukumar Subramanyam, Anna University, India
Nasimuddin, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), A*STAR, Singapore
Nikhil Bhargava, Chairman of Industry Outreach Committee, IEEE Computer Society India Council, India
Nirmala C R, Bapuji Institute of Engg & Tech, Davangere, India
Nirmala Shenoy, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
P. Kuppusamy, Gnanamani College of Technology, Namakkal, India
Pallav Kumar Baruah, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, India
Pascal Lorenz, IEEE Senior Member, University of Haute Alsace, France
Patrick Siarry, Université Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne, France
Periklis Chatzimisios, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Alexander TEI of Thessaloniki, Greece
Pethuru Raj, IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence, India
Philip Branch, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Pietro Ducange, The University of Pisa, Italy
Ponnambalam G, IEEE Computer Society of India Life Member, Monash University Sunway Campus, Malaysia
Prabhakar C J, Kuvempu University, India
Prabir Bhattacharya, Concordia University, Canada
Preeta Sharan, Member of IEEE Bangalore Section, The Oxford College of Engineering, India
Premasudha B. G., Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Karnataka, India
Pullela, Aditya College of Engineering, Surampalem, India
Quoc Bao, Swinburne University, Australia
R. Rath Vannithamby, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Intel Corporation, USA
R. V. Venkatesha Prasad, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Rajesh Ingle, Pune Institute of Computer Technology, India
Rajesh K Shukla, Sagar Institute of Research and Technology, Bhopal, India
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
Ramalatha Marimuthu, KCT, Coimbatore [IEEE-WIE Chair]
Ravibabu Mulaveesala, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, India
Roopa G M, BIET, Davangere, India
Russell Hsing, Member of ComSoc, Telcordia Technologies, USA
S. Jagannathan, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
S. M. Altaf Hossain, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Bangladesh Software Testing Board, Bangladesh
S. Ram, IIT Kharagpur
S. Selvaperumal, Syed Ammal Engineering College, Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
S.K.Ramesh, California State University, USA
Sanjay Chaudhary, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, India
Sanjay Sharma, Roorkee Engineering & Management Institute Shamli (U.P), India
Sansanee Auephanwiriyakul, IEEE Senior Member, Member of Fuzzy System TC-IEEE CIS, Member of Bioinformatics and Bioengineering TC-IEEE ComS, Thailand
Saravanan Chandran, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, West Bengal, India
Sargur N. Srihari, University at Buffalo, USA
Sarmistha Neogy, Jadavpur University, India
Sasi Prabha, Sathyabama University
Sathyanarayana S V, JNN College of Engg., Shimoga, India
Sergey Mosin, Vladimir State University, Russia
Sheela Rani, Sathyabama University
Shekhappa G. Ankaliki, SDM College of Engineering & Technology, Dharwad, India
Shishir K. Shandilya, BANSAL Institute of Research & Technology, India
Siby Abraham, TC Member of IEEE SMC, University of Mumbai, India
Siddesha S, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering [SJCE], Mysuru, India
SK Hafizul Islam, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, India
Sotiris Kotsiantis, University of Patras, Greece, Greece
Sriram Veeriah Perumal, Kalasalingam University, India
Subir Saha, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Motorola Research Labs, USA
Subramanian K, VIT University, Vellore, India
Sudhir Kumar Barai, IIT Kharagpur
Suma. V, Dayananda Sagar Institutions, Bangalore, India
Sumana Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
Sumathy Eswaran, Dr.M.G.R. Educational & Research Institute, Chennai Sunil Kumar B S, GM Institute of Technology, Davangere, India
Surekha Mariam Varghese, M.A. College of Engineering, Kerala, India
Suresh GR, Easwari Engineering College, Chennai, India
Swati V. Chande, IEEE SMCS TC member, International School of Informatics and Management, Jaipur, India
T. S. Rangarajan, IEEE Madras Section
Thinagaran Perumal, Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Malaysia Chapter, Malaysia, Malaysia
Thippeswamy K, VTU, India
Umapada Pal, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
V. C. M. Leung (Victor), Member of IEEE ComSoc, The University of British Columbia, Canada
V. Cyril Raj, Dr.M.G.R. Educational & Research Institute, Chennai
V. E. Nethaji Mariappan, Sathyabama University, Chennai, India
V. Ganesan, IIT Madras
V. Vijaya Kumar, Anurag Group of Institutions(Autonomous), Andra Pradesh, India
Venu Govindaraju, University at Buffalo, USA
Venugopal K R, Bangalore University
Vikas Saxena, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India
Vinay S, PESITM, Shivamogga, India
Vinit Kumar Gunjan, Treasurer-IEEE Computer Society & Young Professionals Community, IEEE Hyderabad Section, India
Vivek S Deshpande, MIT College of Engineering, Pune, India
X. Z. Gao, Aalto University, Finland
Y. C Kiran, BNM Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
Zhensheng Zhang, Member of IEEE ComSoc, USA

































Technical Program Committee

Technical Program Chair(s)
Prof. Alex James, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan
Dr. Ch. Sukesh Babu, Head – Department of Mechanical Engineering, C.E.C
Mr. P. Balanagu, Head – Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering, C.E.C
Mrs. M. Rajyalakshmi, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C

Technical Program Committee Co-Chair(s)
Mrs. R. Kavitha Lakshmi, Faculty, Department of Computer Science Engineering, C.E.C
Dr. B. Koteswara Rao, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Dr. B. Ravi Kumar, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Dr. K. Ravindranadh, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Mr. M. Jayakumar Jacob, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala
Mr. H. Raghunadha Rao, Chirala Engineering College, Chirala


Members

A. Anil Macwan, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Alcatel-Lucent, USA
Abhay Bansal, ASET, AUUP, India
Abzetdin Adamov, IEEE Computer Society Azerbaijan Chapter, Qafqaz University, Azerbaijan
Adel M. Alimi, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Akira Namatame, National Defense Academy, Japan
Alain Pruski, Université Lorraine, France
Alamelu N.R., Member of IEEE ComSoc, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, India
Alexander Gelbukh, Center for Computing Research of the National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico
Alexandru Ciprian Zavoianu, Member of IEEE SMC, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Alfredo Cuzzocrea, Member of IEEE SMC, ICAR-CNR and University of Calabria, Italy
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Malaysia
Ami Marowka, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Andrew Ortony, Northwestern University, USA
Anil Kumar, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, India
Aniruddha Bhattacharjya, CSE Department Guru Nanak Institute of Technology (GNIT), India
Anju Sharma, Thapar University, India
Ankit Chaudhary, IEEE Member and The University of Iowa, USA
Ankur Gupta, Model Institute of Engineering and Technology, India
Anna Paulson, Member of IEEE ComSoc,
Arun Somani, Iowa State University, USA
Ashraf Darwish, Member of IEEE SMC, Helwan University, Egypt
Ashraf Elnagar, Sharjah University, UAE, UAE
Ashutosh Dutta, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Virginia, USA
Asif Ekbal, IIT Patna, India
Asoke Nath, St. Xavier's College, India
Atul Negi, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Hyderabad, India
Axel Sikora, Hochschule Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Ayman Assra, McGill University, Canada
Azah Kamilah Muda, Member of IEEE SMC, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia
B. S. Chowdhry, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Southampton, UK
B.S. Daya Sagar, Indian Statistical Institute - Bangalore Centre, India
B.Sundar Rajan, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India
Bane Vasic, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Arizona, USA
Bao Zong Yuan, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China
Baskaran R, Anna University, India
Bellaachia Abdelghani, The George Washington University, USA
Bhushan Trivedi, GLS Institute Of Computer Technology, India
Binod Kumar, Jayawant Technical Campus, India
Bjöern Schuller, Technische Universität München, Germany
Brijendra Joshi, Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, India
C. Chung-Sheng Li, Member of IEEE ComSoc, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
Carlos Calafate, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Chang Wu Yu, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
Carlos A. Astudillo Trujillo, Member of IEEE ComSoc, State University of Campinas, Brazil
Chengcheng Hu, University of California, USA
Chew Lim TAN, IEEE Senior Member,
Ching-Hsien Hsu, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
Chin-Pan Huang, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan
Chin-Teng Lin, Member of IEEE SMC, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan
Chu Yang, Member of IEEE ComSoc, National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan
Cicero Garrozi, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Costas Stasopoulos, Member of IEEE ComSoc, IEEE Region 8 Director-Elect 2015-2016,
Debashis Sen, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Debasis Giri, Haldia Institute of Technology, India
Debu Nayak, Huawei Telecom, India
Deepak Garg, Chair, IEEE Computer Society Council, India
Deepti Mehrotra, ASCS, Noida, India
Demetrios G Sampson, University of Piraeus & Center for Research and Technology - Hellas, Greece
Dennis Pfisterer, University of Luebeck, Germany
Detlef Seese, Member of IEEE SMC, Universitaet Karlsruhe, Germany
Ding-Zhu Du, University of Texas, USA
Donald Schilling, Member of IEEE ComSoc,
Dongkyun Kim, Kyungpook National University, Korea
E. George Dharma Prakash Raj, Bharathidasan University, Trichy, India
Ekram Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India
Farzam Farbiz, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Feng Liu, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Wuhan University, China, China
Fernando R De Sousa, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Fernando Velez, University of Beira Interior, portugal
Gao Xiaozhi, Member of IEEE SMC, Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland, Finland
Geetha, Anna University, India
George Karagiannidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Gerard Parr, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Ulser, Northern Ireland, Norther Ireland
Girijesh Prasad, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Ulster, UK
Giuseppe Araniti, University "Mediterranea" of Reggio Calabria, Italy
Gopalasamy Athithan, SMC Bangalore Chapter Chair, India
Graham Leedham, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Gregg T. Vesonder, Member of IEEE SMC, AT&T Labs - Research/ University of Pennsylvania, USA
Gregorio Martinez Perez, University of Murcia, Spain
Guuchang Yang, Member of IEEE ComSoc, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
H T Kung, Harvard University, USA
Hao Che, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Hao Ying, Wayne State University, USA
Hideyuki Takagi, Member of IEEE SMC, Kyushu University, Japan
Hirosato Seki, Member of IEEE SMC, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Houcem Gazzah, University of Sharjah, UAE, UAE
Houcine Hassan, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Imre Jozsef Rudas, Member of IEEE SMC, Óbuda University, Hungary, Hungery
Iti Saha Misra, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
J. Buford (John), Member of IEEE ComSoc, Avaya Labs, USA
Jacob Baal-Schem, IEEE Region 8 LM Coordinator, Israel
Jaidhar C, National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), India
Jaime Lloret Mauri, IEEE Senior, IARIA Fellow, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
James, A. P., IEEE Member and Nazarbayev University, Kazakhastan
Janos Abonyi, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Pannonia, Hungery
Jayanta Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
Jean-Claude Martin, University Paris 8, France
Jeng-Shyang Pan, Member of IEEE SMC, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan
Jethro Shell, Member of IEEE SMC, De Montfort University, UK
Jie Li, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Jinjun Chen, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Technology, Australia
Joberto Sérgio Barbosa Martins, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Salvador University (UNIFACS), Brazil
John Strassne, DENSoft Corporation, Chicago, USA
Jorge Sá Silva, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Coimbra, portugal
Jose M. Merigo, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Barcelona, Spain
Josip Lorincz, University of Split, Croatia, Croatia
Joyati Debnath, Winona State University, USA
Jun Suzuki, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA
Junpei Kawamoto, Kyushu University, Japan
K Thangavel, Periyar University, Salem, India
K M Soni, ASET, AUUP, India
Ka Lok Man, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China
Kaf Hassan, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Network Development Lab, USA
Kamesh Namuduri, University of North Texas, USA
Kamran Arshad, University of Greenwich, UK
Kandarpa Sarma, Gauhati University, India
Klaus David, University of Kassel, Germany
Klaus Moessner, University of Surrey, UK
Koichi Asatani, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Kogakuin University, Japan
Krishnaiyan Thulasiraman, University of Oklahoma, USA
Kumar Padmanabh, Corporate Research, Robert Bosch GMBH, India
Lalit Awasthi, National Institute of Technology, India
Leonardo Franco, Universidad De Malaga, Europe, Europe
Liansheng Tan, Central China Normal University, China
Lingfeng Wang, University of Toledo, USA
Liu Honghai, University of Portsmouth, UK
Liu Li, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Luisa Gargano, University of Salerno, Italy
Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos, BiZZdesign, The Netherlands, Netherlands
Lukas Kencl, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, Czech republic
Lukas Ruf, Consecom AG, Switzarland
M Ayoub Khan, IEEE Member and Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, India
M. Fatih Tasgetiren, Yasar University, Turkey, Turkey
M. Manjunatha, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
M. Tariq Banday, University of Kashmir, India
Ma Maode, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Madhukar Pitke, Member of IEEE ComSoc,
Manoj Sharma, Bharati Vidyapeetha's College of Engineering, India
Mariofanna Milanova, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA
Maytham Safar, Kuwait University, Kuwait, Kuwait
Michael Lauer, Vanille-Media, Germany
Michael Nicolaidis, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Chair of TTTC, TIMA Laboratory, France
Michal Wozniak, Member of IEEE SMC, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Ming Xia, Ericsson Research US, USA
Mohamed Rawidean Mohd Kassim, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Technology Park Malaysia, Malaysia
Mojtaba Ahmadieh, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Semnan, Iran
Mokhtar Beldjehem, Member of IEEE SMC, Sainte-Anne's University, Canada
Nargiza Usmanova, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Tashkent University of Information Technologies, Uzbekistan
Nakjung Choi, Bell-Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Korea
Nazeeruddin Mohammad, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia
Neeli Prasad, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Standard Liaison, Communications & Information Security, Technical Communities,
Noor Akhmad Setiawan, Member of IEEE SMC, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
P. Peter Leuthold, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Communication Technology Laboratory, Switzarland
Palaniappan Ramaswamy, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Paramartha Dutta, Visva-Bharati University, India
Pascal Lorenz, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Haute Alsace, France
Patrick Siarry, Member of IEEE SMC, University Paris 12 (LiSSi), France
Paulo Novais, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Minho, portugal
Pethuru Raj, Wipro Technologies, Bangalore, India
Philip Branch, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Pietro Ducange, University of Pisa, Italy
Pitoyo Hartono, Member of IEEE SMC, Future University Hakodate, Japan
Prabhakar C, Kuvempu University, India
Prabu Dorairaj, NetApp Inc, India
Pradip Srimani, Clemson University, USA
Pramode Verma, Member of IEEE ComSoc, The University of Oklahoma, Tulsa
Punam Bedi, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Delhi, India
R Goudar, Graphic Era University, India
Radu-Codrut David, Member of IEEE SMC, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Rommania
Rahul Khanna, Intel, USA
Raj Jain, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Rajendra Boppana, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Rajib Ghosh, National Institute of Technology Patna India, India
Rajkumar Buyya, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Rameshwar Kawitkar, Electronics Engineering, India
Rami Haddad, Georgia Southern University, USA
Ramjee Prasad, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Aalborg University, Denmark
R. Venkata Siva Reddy, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Bangalore Session, Reva Institute of Technology and Management, Karnataka, India
Robert G. Reynolds, Member of IEEE SMC, Wayne State University, USA
Ronald R. Yager, Iona College, New Rochelle, USA
Robert T. F. Ah King, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Ruhul Sarker, University of New South Wales, Australia
Samir Sadhukhan, Member of IEEE ComSoc, IIM Calcutta, India
Sanjay S. Pawar, Member of IEEE ComSoc, S.N.D.T. Women's University, India
Sattar Bader Sadkhan, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Babylon, Iraq
Seshan Srirangarajan, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland
Shubhalaxmi Kher, Member of IEEE SMC, Arkansas State University, USA
Shu-Ching Chen, Member of IEEE ComSoc, Florida International University, USA
Shu-Heng Chen, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Shyam Diwakar, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham ( Amrita University), India
Siby Abraham, Guru Nanak Khalsa College, India
Snehanshu Saha, PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore South Campus, India
Soura Dasgupta, The University of Iowa, Iowa, Iowa
Srinivasan Alavandar, Member of IEEE SMC, CK College of Engineering and Technology, India
Sriparna Saha, IIT Patna, India
Sriraam, M.S. Ramaiah Institute Of Technology, India
Stefano Ferretti, University of Bologna, Italy
Stephen G. Matthews, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Bristol, UK
Sudip Misra, IIT Campus, Kharagpur, India
Sundaram Suresh, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Sung-Bae Cho, Yonsei University, Korea
Surekha Varghese, M. A. College of Engineering, Kothamngalam, India
Suresh Mehrotra, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, India
Sushanta Karmakar, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India
Swagatam Das, Jadavpur University, India
Swati Chande, Member of IEEE SMC, IIS University,India, India
Syed Ali, Ajman University of Science & Technology, UAE, UAE
T. Vasudev, PES College of Engineering, Karnataka, India
Tamaghna Acharya, Bengal Engineering & Science University Shibpur, India
Tathagat Varma, ,
Tariq Durrani, Member of IEEE ComSoc, University of Strathclyde, UK
Terry Bossomaier, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Thanh-Do Tran, Member of IEEE SMC, Inria Research Center, Lille - Nord Europe,France, France
Thienne Johnson, University of Arizona, USA
Thomas Hobbins, Member of IEEE ComSoc,
Tony Thomas, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Mangement - Kerala, India
Tribeniprasad Banerjee, Dr. B.C.Roy Engineering College, India
Tuhina Samanta, Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, India
Tulika Mitra, Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems,
Uday Chakraborty, University of Missouri, USA
Valentina Balas, Member of IEEE SMC, University "Aurel Vlaicu" Arad, Romania
Vana Kalogeraki, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Veena Bhat, Bangalore University, India
Vikas Saxena, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India
Vivek Deshpande, MIT College of Engineering, India
Vladimir Brusic, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, USA
Wael El-Medany, University Of Bahrain, Bahrain, Bahrain
Waqas Haider Bangyal, Member of IEEE SMC, Iqra University Islamabad, Pakistan
Witold Pedrycz, University of Alberta, Canada
Xavier Gandibleux, Member of IEEE SMC, University of Nantes, France
Yacine Atif, UAE University, UAE, UAE
Yan Pei, Member of IEEE SMC, The University of Aizu, Japan
You-Chiun Wang, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
Yuan-Cheng Lai, Information Management, NTUST, Taiwan
Yuh-Ren Tsai, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Yusuke Nojima, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Sujatha B R, Malnad College Of Engineering, India
Kishor P Patil, Sinhgad Academy of Engineering, India
J. Sasi Kiran, Vidya Vikas Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, India
M Basavanna, Govt. College (Autonomous), India
Saravanan Chandran, ,
John Walsh, Shinawatra University, Thailand
K. Thippeswamy, VTU, India
Muthukumar Subramanyam, Indian Institute of Information Technology, India
Indrajit Goswami, INFO Institute of Engineering, India
Kunal Gaurav, ICBM - SCHOOL OF BUSINESS EXCELLENCE, India
Sanat Sorangi, Indian Institute of Technology, India
Gopikrishnan Sundaram, ,
Supha Lakshmi, Paavai engineering College, India
Mahesh Bundele, Poornima College of Engineering Jaipur, India
Rajesh Prasad, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, India
Shashank Joshi, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, India
T. Abdul Razak, Jamal Mohamed College, India
Vishwa Nath Maurya, The University of Fiji, Fiji
G.Alex Rajesh, ,
Nethaji Mariappan Velu Ethirajan, Sathyabama University, India
Shivaprakasha K. S, NDRK Institute of Technology, India
Dong Hwan Lee, ,
Rana Ahmed, Alrafidain University College, Iraq
Shivanand S Gornale, University of pune , India
Sorab Sadri, Manipal University, India
Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Kalyani Government Engineering College, India
Ankur Gupta, MIET, India
Thyagharajan K.K., RMD Engineering College, India
Nalini Chidambaram, B. I. S. T. (Bharath University), India
Evon Abu-Taieh, ,
Shah Jahan Wani, Sri Pratap College, India
Anamika Ahirwar, MPCT, India
P. B. Beulahbel Bency, ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, India
Padmanabhan Krishnan, VIT University, India
Rong Zhang, Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan
Sanjay Sharma, Roorkee Engineering & Management Institute Shamli (U.P), India
Debajyoti Mukhopadhyay, Maharashtra Institute of Technology, India
Sivarama Krishnan R, SSN College of Engineering, India
Pullela S V V S R Kumar, Aditya College of Engineering, India
M. Senthil Kumar, Ranganathan Engineering College, India
S Balaji, ,
Subramanian Kulandhaivelu, VIT University, India
Raj Kulkarni, WIT, India
Shailendra Gupta, ,
R. C. Singh, Sharda University, India
Sangeet Vashishtha, ,
Vani Laturkar, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, India
Punitha Valli, Sri Ramakrihna college of arts and science for women, India
Suma V, Dayananda Sagar Institutions, India
Kiran Y C, BNM Institute of Technology, India
Shekhappa G Ankaliki, SDM College of Engineering & Technology, India
Viswanathan P, VIT University, India
S P Garg, ,
Sasidhar Babu Suvanam, Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering, India
Sandeep Kumar, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, India
Kapileswar Mishra, Synergy Institute of Technology, India
Sundarapandian Vaidyanathan, Vel Tech University, India
Selvaperumal Sundaramoorthy, Syed Ammal Engineering College, India
Ramakrishna Kolikipogu, Sridevi Women's Engineering College, India
R. Krishnan, CMRIT, India
Prasad M, ,
Poornachandra S, SNS College of Engineering, India
Chetana Prakash, B.I.E.T, India
K. S. Shreedhara, University BDT College of Engg, India
G.R.Sinha, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus, India
Anita Goel, Dyal Singh College, India
Vinay Shivasubramanyan, NMAMIT, India
Srinivasan Subramanian, P.B. College of Engineering, India
K Sreenivasa Reddy, BVRIT HYDERABAD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN, India
Siddesha S, ,
Sriram Veeriah Perumal, Kalasalingam University, India
Sridharan Vallioor, SSSIHL, India
T Devi, Bharathiar University, India
Dharma Raj Cheruku, GITAM University, India
P Narahari Sastry, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, India
Prof A Prabakaran, Vinayaka missions univerity, India
Anand S, College of Banking and Financial Studies, India
Rajneesh Talwar, RIMT-IET, India
Mehraz Boolaky, ,
Neeraj Marwaha, HIET, India
Shivani Arora, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, India
Syed Rizwan, Caledonian College of Engineering, India
A. K. Malik, B. K. Birla Institute of Engineering & Technology , India
S. Ramachandran, AMET University, India
Ali Ahammed.G, VTU Post Graduate Centre, India
B. K. Mishra, ,
S. V Sathyanarayana, JNN College of Engg, India
A.P Jagadeesh Chandra, Adichunchanagiri Institute of Technology, India
R Dhanasekaran, SYED AMMAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE, India
Neeta Baporikar, Namibia University of Science and Technology, India
P. Kuppusamy, Gnanamani College of Technology, India
Venkat Yalla, GIET Engineering College, India
D P Acharjya, VIT University, India
Bommanna Raja Kanakaraj, KPR Institute of Engg and Tech, India
Padma, PES College of Engineering, India
Murtaza Rizvi, National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research, India
Sunmeet Banerjee, Kristu Jayanti College, India
Harshad Prajapati, Dharmsinh Desai University, India
Ashok K , BIET, India
Rana Mukherji, The ICFAI University, India
Geetha Mohan, Jerusalem College Of Engineering, India
Ramachandran Manikandan, SASTRA University, India
Manish Prateek, UPES, India
Santhi V, VIT University, India
Rajeev Kumar, Teerthanker Mahaveer University, India
B G Premsudha, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, India
Usha, R. V. College of Engineering, India
Karthikeyan J, SSM Institute of Engineering and Technology, India
Mallikarjun S Holi, University B.D.T. College of Engineering, India
Harish K S, Manipal Institute of Technology, India
Roopa G. M , BIET, India
Pushpa Kotipalli, Shri Vishnu Engineering College for Women, India
Rajini Kanth T V, Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, India
R.C. Chhipa, ,
Mohit Verma, Amity University, India
Vinay Kandpal, ,
Pradeep Kumar Singh, Jaypee University of Information Technology, India
Madhu Viswanatham V, VIT University, India
Godfrey Winster Sathianesan, Saveetha Engineering College, India
M. V Vijayakumar, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, India
Prof Sunil Kumar B S, GM Institute of Technology, India
Rakesh L, Jain Institute of Technology, India
Arvind K Sharma, ,
Jayavardhana Gubbi, ,
Umesh Kumar, Vishveshwarya Group of Institutions, India
Srinivasan Arulanandam, MNM Jain Engineering College, India
Sasirekha V, Sri Sairam Institute Of Management Studies, India
Ravinder Chandok, ,
Ajay Somkuwar, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, India
Vandana Tandon Khanna, K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, India
Lakshminarayana Vemuri, Mohamed Sathak Engg. College, India
Asha Ambhaikar, Rungta College of Engineering & Technology, India
Vinutha H P, BIET, India
Brahm Sharma, AIMS Institute of Higher Education, India
Akhil Khare, MVSR Engineering College, India
Thirumaran J, Rathinam College of Arts and Science, India
Velmurugan T, D.G.Vaishnav College, India
Mohan, BGS health & Education CITY, India
Ikhtiar Ghumro
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Special Sessions

ICBDACI 2017 invites a proposal to organize a special session. Below is the list of special session you may wish to choose or if you have something new to propose, please send email to: chair@icbdaci-conference.org.

Computational Intelligence in Feature Analysis, Selection, and Learning in Image and Pattern Recognition
  • Neural networks for feature analysis
  • Fuzzy systems for feature analysis 
  • Hybridization of evolutionary computation and neural networks, and fuzzy systems for feature selection and construction
  • Hybridization of evolutionary computation and machine learning, information theory, statistics, mathematical modelling, etc., for feature analysis
  • Feature analysis in classification, clustering, regression,  image analysis, signal processing, and other tasks
  • Feature ranking/weighting
  • Feature selection
  • Feature construction/extraction
  • Multi-objective feature selection, construction or extraction
  • Feature analysis on high-dimensional and large-scale data
  • Analysis on computational intelligence for feature selection and construction/extraction algorithms
  • Evolutionary computation for feature analysis


Intelligence in Vehicles and Transportation Systems
  • Automated driving and driverless car
  • Learning and adaptive Control
  • Object recognitions such as pedestrian detection, traffic sign detection and recognition
  • Route guidance systems
  • Trip modeling and driver speed prediction
  • Vehicle energy management and optimization in hybrid vehicles
  • Advanced transportation information and communication systems
  • Cloud computing and big data in transportation and vehicle systems
  • Multimodal intelligent transport systems and services
  • Personalized driver and traveler support systems
  • Simulation and forecasting models
  • Connected vehicles of the future.
  • Air, Road, and Rail Traffic Management
  • Advanced Transportation Management
  • Collision detection and avoidance
  • vehicle communications and connectivity
  • Driver state detection and monitoring
  • Driver assistance and automation systems
  • Vehicle fault diagnostics and health monitoring


Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering & Economics

  • Big Data Finance & Economics
  • Intelligent Trading Agents
  • Trading Room Simulation
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Financial Data Mining
  • Rules and XBRL for Financial Engineering Applications
  • Semantic Web and Linked Data for Computer & Engineering Applications & Models
  • Risk Management
  • Pricing of Structured Securities
  • Asset Allocation
  • Trading Systems
  • Forecasting
  • Risk Arbitrage
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Exotic Options
  • Portfolio Optimization
  • Front/Back Office Operations
  • Agent-based Computational Economics


Computational Intelligence and Data Mining 
  • Text mining
  • Link and graph mining
  • Social media mining
  • Collaborative filtering
  • Security, privacy and social impact of data mining
  • Data mining applications
  • Evolutionary algorithms for data mining
  • Fuzzy sets for data mining
  • Data mining with soft computing
  • Foundations of data mining
  • Mining with big data
  • Classification
  • Clustering
  • Regression
  • Association
  • Multimedia data mining


Computational Intelligence in Cyber Security
    • Sensor network security, web security, wireless security
    • Cyber fraud and illicit behavior detection
    • Digital forensics, security information visualization
    • Sensor fusion and decision support in computer security
    • Security applications and cyber infrastructure protection
    • Modeling criteria of serious games in internet security
    • Information assurance, cyber fraud and crime detection
    • Security of storage systems, operating systems, and networks
    • Intrusion detection, prediction, classification, and response
    • Models for survivable, resilient, and self-healing systems
Computational Intelligence for Communication Systems and Networks 
  • Computer networks design and optimization
  • Networking protocols, services, and management
  • Design of Future Internet
  • Optical communication systems and networks
  • Bio-inspired and artificial networks
  • Nature-inspired approaches for the design of communications systems and networks
  • Multi-objective optimization of network resources
  • Simplified and cost-efficient communication architectures
  • Design of wireless networks and wireless sensor networks
  • Dynamic and reconfigurable antenna systems
  • Passive and active microwave technologies
  • Signal processing
  • Autonomic networks and networking
  • Nano and molecular networks
  • Social and green networking


Computational Intelligence in Healthcare and e-health
  • Human-Machine Interfaces
  • Design and development methodologies for Healthcare IT
  • Mobile technologies for Healthcare applications (m-Health)
  • Evaluation and use of Healthcare IT
  • Health Knowledge Management
  • Pattern recognition and Machine Learning
  • Practice-based Research Methods for Healthcare Informatics/IT
  • e-Health for Public Health
  • Integrating genetics with e-health
  • Ontology Driven Knowledge Management
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Telemedicine
  • Medical research using Grids
  • Interoperability
  • Medical and Nursing Informatics
  • Confidentiality and Data Security
  • Wearable Health Informatics
  • Semantic Interoperability
  • Therapeutic Systems and Technologies
  • Cognitive Informatics
  • Healthcare Management and Information Systems
  • Electronic Health Records and Standards
  • Software Systems in Medicine
  • Pervasive Health Systems and Services
  • Clinical problems and applications
  • Data Mining and Visualization
  • Consumer Health Informatics
  • Virtual Healthcare Teams


Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning
  • Neuroscience and biologically inspired control
  • Finite-sample analysis
  • Applications of ADP and RL
  • RL and ADP-based control
  • Statistical learning
  • Function approximation and value function representation
  • Complexity issues in RL and ADP
  • Policy gradient and actor-critic methods
  • Direct policy search
  • Planning and receding-horizon methods
  • Monte-Carlo tree search and other Monte-Carlo methods
  • Adaptive feature discovery
  • Learning rules and architectures
  • Bayesian RL and exploration
  • Partially observable Markov decision processes
  • ADP and RL for multiplayer games and multiagent systems
  • Distributed intelligent systems
  • Transfer learning
  • Convergence and performance analysis
Computational Intelligence Applications in Smart Grid
  • Optimization
  • Markets and economics
  • Communication and control
  • Demand side management
  • Distributed energy resources
  • Dynamic equivalents
  • Emissions
  • Algorithms for modeling, control and optimization
  • Methods and algorithms for real-time analysis
  • Planning, operation and control
  • Plug-in vehicles
  • Renewable energy
  • Smart micro-grids
  • Smart grid education
  • Cyber security
  • Visualizations for control centers
  • Smart sensing
  • Wide area monitoring, control and protection


Computational Intelligence in Big Data
  • Big data in public services
  • Big data in social media
  • Big data and cloud computing
  • Big data in intelligent robotics
  • Big data driven new business
  • Big data in healthcare
  • Big data in industrial internet of things
  • Big data in future media
  • Big data in finance and economy
  • Big data visualization and visual data analytics
  • Deep learning of big data
  • New information infrastructure for big data
  • Semantic technologies for big data
  • Scalable learning techniques for big data
  • Optimization of complex systems involving big data
  • Data governance and management in big data
  • Human-computer interaction and collaboration in big data
  • Integrative analytics of diverse data resources
  • Integration of structured and unstructured data
  • Extracting understanding from distributed, diverse and large-scale data resources
  • Extracting understanding from real-time large-scale data streams
  • Predictive analytics and in-memory analytics
  • Applications of big data, such as  industrial processes , business intelligence, healthcare, bioinformatics and security


OLAP technologies
  • Data Storage and Access
  • OLAP Operations
  • OLAP Architecture
  • OLAP tools and internet
  • Functional requirements of OLAP systems
  • Limitation of spread sheets and SQL
ETL (Extract, Transform and Load)
  • ETL Basics in Data Warehousing
  • ETL Tools for Data Warehouses
  • Logical Extraction Methods
  • ETL data structures
  • Cleaning and conforming
  • Delivering dimension tables
New visualization techniques
  • Analysis data for visualization
  • Scalar visualization techniques
  • Frame work for flow visualization
  • System aspects of visualization applications
  • Future trends in scientific visualization
Data Mining
  • Novel Theoretical Models for Big Data
  • New Computational Models for Big Data
  • High performance data mining algorithms
  • High performance data mining algorithms
  • Methodologies on large-scale data mining
  • Empirical study of data mining algorithms
  • Competitive analysis of mining algorithms
  • Computational Modeling and Data Integration
  • Semantic-based Data Mining and Data Pre-processing
  • Mining on data streams
  • Graph and sub-graph mining
  • Scalable data preprocessing and cleaning techniques
  • Statistical Methods in Data Mining
Social network analysis
  • Networks and relations
  • Development of social network analysis
  • Analyzing relational data
  • Dimensions and displays
  • Positions, sets and clusters
Data Mining Applications in Science, Engineering, Healthcare and Medicine
  • Data mining systems in financial market analysis
  • Application of data mining in education
  • Data mining and processing in bioinformatics, genomics and biometrics
  • Advanced Database and Web Application
  • Medical Data Mining
  • Data Mining in Healthcaredata
  • Engineering data mining
  • Data Mining in security
Forecasting from Big Data
  • Challenges for Forecasting with Big Data
  • Applications of Statistical and Data Mining Techniques for Big Data Forecasting
  • Forecasting the Michigan Confidence Index
  • Forecasting targets and characteristics
Data Warehousing
  • Data Warehouse Architectures
  • Case studies: Data Warehousing Systems
  • Data warehousing in Business Intelligence
  • Role of Hadoop in Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
  • Commercial applications of Data Warehousing
  • Computational EDA (Exploratory Data Analysis) Techniques
Complexity of algorithms
  • Mathematical Preliminaries
  • Recursive Algorithms
  • The Network Flow Problem
  • Algorithms in the Theory of Numbers
  • NP-completeness
Open data
  • Open Science and Research
  • Technology, Tools and Business
  • Open Development and Sustainability
  • Open Data, Government and Governance
Quality of Big Data Services
  • Big Data Service Performance Evaluation
  • Big Data Service Reliability and Availability
  • Real-Time Big Data Services
Business analytics
  • Emerging phenomena
  • Technology drives and business analytics
  • Capitalizing on a growing marketing opportunity



















Keynote Speakers


Dr. Bernadette BOUCHON-MEUNIER,
Director of Research Emeritus,
The National Center for Scientific Research,
France
Prof. Dr. Annabel Latham,
School of Computing, Mathematics and Digital Technology,
Manchester Metropolitan University,
Manchester, UK


Dr. Madhan Kumar Srinivasan
General Manager - Analytics Advisory & Lead - IS Cloud and Big Data Analytics
Accenture Innovation Center for Analytics, Bangalore
Founder Member, Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India (CCICI)
“Top 100 Scientist 2014 Award” by IBC, Cambridge, UK
“Cloud Tech Guru Award” by Infosys Ltd, India
Dr. Anupama Raman,
Architect for IBM Smarter Cities,
Technical Eminence Awardee, Client success Role Model Awardee and
Technical Innovation awardee
IBM, India


Prof. Dr. Vakulabharanam Vijaya Kumar,
Anurag Group of Institutions,(AGOI)(Autonomous)
Hyderabad, India
Prof. L.M. Patnaik,
Honorary Professor,
Department of Electronic Systems Engineering (formerly CEDT),
Indian Institute of Science (IISc),
Bangalore 560012, India


Prof. Dr. A. Rajaraman ,
IITM(Retd.), Professor @ Hindustan University
Visiting Professor in Concordia University, and University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Dr. Pethuru Raj,
Infrastructure Architect,
IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence
IBM, India






Tutorials

Tutorial 1: Design Challenges in the Wireless Sensor Communications Networks


Prof. Vivek S. Deshpande,
Chair, IEEE Communication Society, Pune,
Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune University,
India
  

Biography

Mr. Vivek S. Deshpande, Dean, Research & Development, MIT College of Engineering, holds Bachelors and Masters of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunications from Pune University. Currently he is doing a research in Wireless Sensor Networks, embedded systems and High Performance Computer Networks. He is a Chair of IEEE Communication Society, Pune Chapter and Member of IEEE Computer Society, India Council.

Specific topics of interest and Research: Wireless sensor networks, Body area networks, Quality of Service, Algorithm/Protocol development, Mobile Communications and mobility in WSN, Wireless Communications and networking in WSN, Information and Communications technologies in WSN, Simulation, Modeling and analysis and performance evaluations, Network management and services, Health care and home networking, Reviews and Applications: Social, health, sports, environmental, etc.

The Rs.25 lacks of funded projects “Highway Traffic Monitoring Systems (HTMS)” phase-I is done under his guidance. He guided the 10 person’s team of technical researchers. The innovation of palm tops based on Android ported on ARM is having great success of research project. Many industries achieve huge success in their research and development with the kind help of his technical consultancy.

His 25 years of teaching and industrial experience is an asset to the organization. He is working as Associate Professor in Department of Information Technology, His expertise in the field of Wireless computer Networks and Distributed system helps in guidance to the PG students.


Abstract

Now-a-days Wireless Sensor Networks plays predominant role in the communication domain. The data to be disseminated from multiple sources to the destination base station or sink is having vital significance. There are many problems with which data can be conveyed up to the sink. The congestion, reliability, delay, fairness, etc. are of main concern. These can be treated as Quality of Service parameters that govern the performance of the WSN. Above all the Energy’s consumption is the main constrain for WSN node. It is very difficult to obtain good QoS by keeping energy consumption low. Even if response of one of QoS parameter will depends on the many other QoS parameters. We have to take care of all QoS parameters to improve the performance of the wireless sensor networks. This Quality of Services may improve the application base of the WSN. With the QoS parameters the data dissemination along with energy optimization is get affected. We have to check the performance of the WSN against the QoS metrics for different data inputs. This may contain the periodic- non periodic data, event based data, transient or bursty data. For all these different types of inputs data we are checking the performance of QoS parameters like congestion, reliability and fairness. This may lead to new researcher to verify their results and excel their research work accordingly.

This tutorial will will able the audience to design and develop the wireless sensor network. They must able to analyze the performance of sensor network and would possibly build an applications based on the WSN for national and social interested activities.

Tutorial 2: Near Shannon Limit Channel Codes : Modified Turbo Codes

Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare,
Senior Member IEEE, Professor and Head,
Department of Electronics and Telecom. Engg.
Shri G. S. Institute of Technology and Science, Indore (M. P.),
India

Biography

Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare (SM-IEEE(USA), F-IETE(India), F-IE(India)) is Professor in Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engg. at S. G. S. Institute of Technology and Science, Indore, India. He received his M. Tech. and Ph. D. degrees from IIT Bombay in 1976 and 1995 respectively. He worked at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay as Communication Engineer from 1976 to 1982. He was Hindu-Hitachi scholar at Hitachi Ltd. Japan in 1981-82. He then joined SGSITS Indore (1982) and in past held various positions in the institute such as Dean (R & D), Dean (Administration) and Head of the Department. He was associate of ICTP (UNESCO organization), Trieste, Italy during 1998 to 2005. He has 24 papers to his credit in international and national journals including IEEE Transactions in Communications, IEEE Transactions on Electronic Devices and IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. He has guided six Ph. D. students and four scholars are pursuing their research under his supervision. In the past, he has delivered seminars at various organizations including CERN (Geneva), Milan polytechnic Milan and INRIA Rocquencourt France. His areas of interests include channel coding, channel modeling, cross layer design issues and secure communication.


Abstract

Digital Communication techniques are widely used over the last few decades for transmission of voice, video and data. Error detecting and correcting codes (Channel codes) are employed in such systems to achieve reliable transmission of digital data. Such codes add controlled redundant information (parity bits) to the transmitted message for error recovery at the receiving end. Shannon’s legendary “Channel capacity theorem” set milestones in theoretical limits on communication in presence of noise which, in turn, resulted in the evolution of Information Theory and Channel coding. Over the last six decades, many researchers have proposed and investigated numerous channel codes to achieve higher coding gains. Turbo codes are modern near Shannon limit codes which are used in modern wireless communication system standards. Recently, a class of low complexity hybrid turbo codes called as Low Complexity Hybrid Turbo codes (LCHTC) and Improved Low complexity Hybrid Turbo Codes (ILCHTC) are being proposed which have equivalent performance but lower complexity than that of Turbo codes. The seminar aims to cover a panoramic view of various channel codes with emphasis on recent developments in the area of Turbo Codes, Modified Turbo Codes and their variants with their salient features and applications and future areas of research in this field.


































Short-Courses



The conference program includes short courses, which will be conducted by leading experts in the field. Details will get updated in the conference website and available in subsequent mailings. As of now we have the following short-courses confirmed:

Course 1: The Resiliency of the Cloud Paradigm: the End-to-End Perspective

Course 2: Introduction to Big Data & Analytics

Proposals for short courses can be submitted to chair@icbdaci-conference.org

Course 1
Full Day

The Resiliency of the Cloud Paradigm: the End-to-End Perspective

Course Leader

Dr. Pethuru Raj, Infrastructure Architect, IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence, IBM India.

Date/Time

23 March 2016 (Thursday) / 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Fee

Rs. 2000 (local) / USD 200 (overseas)
(includes, Certificate, short course kit, buffet lunch & tea/coffee network session, and free entry to Innaguaral & Keynote sessions.)

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for business and information technology workers such as, Business Analysts/ IT Specialists - security - infrastructure - services - systems - testing; Business Managers/ Business Process Owners / Consultants/ Sales; and Service Providers/ System Integrators/ Architects/ Developers.

This short course will help the participants to: Define the common terminology used in cloud computing; Identify the cloud computing and cloud services from a business perspective; Explain the different deployment models in cloud computing; Able to list the steps to successfully adopt cloud computing services; Identify the organizational capabilities and the clud benefit; List the impact and changes of cloud computing on IT service management; and Identify the issues associated with integrating cloud environment into an organization's existing framework.

Course 2
Full Day

Introduction to Big Data & Analytics

Course Leader

Ms. Revathy Padmanaban, Big Data Automation Consultant, Big Data Assurance Unit, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited, India

Date/Time

24 March 2016 (Friday) / 10.00 am to 6.00 pm

Fee

Rs. 2000 (local) / USD 200 (overseas)
(includes, Certificate, short course kit, buffet lunch & tea/coffee network session)

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for anyone who:

  • wants to understand big data landscape;
  • wants to analyze enormous amounts of data;
  • wants to work in Hadoop and its eco-system components, and
  • have a programming background and want to take career to next level.

Limited seats, on first-come first-serve basis.           

       
















Course 1

The Resiliency of the Cloud Paradigm: the End-to-End Perspective

Course Leader

Dr. Pethuru Raj
Infrastructure Architect, IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence, IBM India, Bangalore.




         

Abstract
The Cloud paradigm is on the fast track these days as it has the exemplary potential to emerge as a boon for the sagging and struggling IT industry to bring in the much-needed business agility, acceleration and automation. The cloud idea is the culmination of the cool convergence of several enterprise-class technologies. In other words, the cloud concept is a kind of technology cluster. Virtualization, service oriented architecture (SOA), scores of matured computing models (utility, cluster, grid, autonomic, etc.), a bevy of automation tools for job scheduling, capacity planning, resource provisioning and management, load balancing, and security, performance engineering and enhancement, etc. are the principal hallmarks of the powerful cloud discipline. Thus the cloud journey has started on a strong note and it is being projected that the cloud idea is to blossom and become the core, central and cognitive environment for hosting all kinds of applications and platforms. In this short course, we are to learn the beginning, the journey thus far, the trends emanating in this field, the future, etc.


Course Outline

  1. An Introduction to the Cloud Computing
    • What is Cloud Computing? Why it matters?
    • Traditional IT Infrastructures Vs Cloud Infrastructures
    • Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Advantages
    • The Virtualization Paradigm
    • Cloud Computing - All the Background Information (the beginning, the formalization, the noteworthy milestones, the accomplishments thus far, etc.)
    • The IT Transformation, Optimization, Simplification and Standardization via the Cloud Concepts
    • The Elasticity and Economy of Clouds
    • The Lean and Green Computing through Clouds
    • The Key Drivers and Motivations for the Grand Success of the Cloud Paradigm
    • The Cloud Journey (Cloud 1.0 & Cloud 2.0)
    • The Use, Technical and Business Cases
    • The Cloud Realization Technologies
    • The Prevailing Challenges and Risks
    • A Demo of how a Cloud environment functions
  2. The Cloud Paradigm for the Real-world Things
    • The Cloud Management Frameworks (OpenStack)
    • The Cloud Delivery & Deployment Models
    • The Generic as well as Specific Clouds
    • The Cloud Networking and Storage Aspects
    • The Cloud Load balancing, Security, Active Directory (AD) / LDAP, etc.
    • The Industry Verticals Profitably leveraging the Cloud Innovations
    • Clouds as the Core, Central, and Cognitive Platform for the Smarter Planet
    • The Role of Cloud in the Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Physical System (CPS) and Smarter Environments
    • The Prominent Application Domains wherein the Cloud Field started to bear fruits
    • A Demo on Device, Sensor and Mobile Clouds
  3. Cloud Platforms, Tools, Tips and Techniques
    • The Auto-Scaling Techniques
    • Cloud Integration for Hybrid Clouds
    • The Cloud Brokerage Services and the Platforms
    • The Research Activities on Cloud Computing
    • The Cloud Modernization and Migration Steps
    • The Cloud Patterns & Practices
    • The Cloud Adoption Strategy-making Tips
    • Cloud-Enablement and Cloud-Native Applications
    • A Demo on Application Design, Development, Debugging, Deployment and Delivery
  4. The Emerging and Evolving Trends
    • Software-defined Cloud Environments (Cloud 3.0)
    • Software-defined Infrastructure (SDI)
    • Software-defined Networking (SDN)
    • Software-defined Storage (SDS)
    • The Cloud Skills Matrix (Technology and Technical Competencies)
    • A Demo on the future of Clouds
    • Docker Containers on Cloud Infrastructures
    • Cloud Configuration and Orchestration Platforms

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for business and information technology workers such as, Business Analysts/ IT Specialists - security - infrastructure - services - systems - testing; Business Managers/ Business Process Owners / Consultants/ Sales; and Service Providers/ System Integrators/ Architects/ Developers.

This short course will help the participants to: Define the common terminology used in cloud computing; Identify the cloud computing and cloud services from a business perspective; Explain the different deployment models in cloud computing; Able to list the steps to successfully adopt cloud computing services; Identify the organizational capabilities and the clud benefit; List the impact and changes of cloud computing on IT service management; and Identify the issues associated with integrating cloud environment into an organization's existing framework.


 
















Course 2

Introduction to Big Data & Analytics

Course Leader

Ms. Revathy Padmanaban
Big Data Automation Consultant, Big Data Assurance Unit, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Limited, India




         

Abstract
Big data is data that surpasses the processing capacity of conventional database systems. The data is too big, moves too fast, or doesn't fit the limits of your database architectures. To process and get insights from this data, we must choose an alternative way to process it.The hot IT catchphrase, big data has become feasible as cost-effective approaches have now emerged to tame massive data. Within this data lies valuable information, previously hidden because of the amount of work required to extract them. To leading corporations, such as Walmart or Google, this power has been in reach for some time, but at fantastic cost. Today's commodity hardware, cloud architectures and open source software bring big data processing into the reach of the less resourced. Big data processing is eminently feasible for even the small garage startups, who can cheaply rent server time in the cloud.The value of big data to an organization falls into two categories: analytical use and enabling new products. Big data analytics can reveal insights hidden previously by data too costly to process. The past decade's successful web startups are prime examples of big data used as an enabler of new products and services. This short course will focus on the concept of big data technologies and business analytics with its strategic importance to any organization. Participants will be introduced to the concept of business analytics with big data technologies: Hadoop, Hive and HBase.


Course Outline

  1. Introduction to Big Data & Analytics
    • What is Big Data?
    • Characteristics of big data
    • Traditional data management systems and their limitations
    • Big Data Analytics
    • What is Hadoop?
    • Why is Hadoop used?
    • The Hadoop eco-system
    • Big Data/Hadoop use cases
  2. Hadoop - HDFS
    • HDFS Architecture
    • HDFS internals and use cases
    • HDFS Daemons
    • Basic Hadoop commands
    • Hands-on exercise
  3. Hive
    • Understanding Hive
    • Using Hive command line interface
    • Basic DDL operations
    • Hands-on examples
  4. HBase
    • HBase overview
    • HBase architecture
    • HBase data access
    • Overview of Zookeeper
    • Hands-on exercise

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for anyone who:

  • wants to understand big data landscape;
  • wants to analyze enormous amounts of data;
  • wants to work in Hadoop and its eco-system components, and
  • have a programming background and want to take career to next level.

































Venue

CHIRALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE :: CHIRALA, AP

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About College:

The Chirala Engineering College was established in academic year 2001 by GSR & TSR Educational society with a clear objective of providing quality technical education in tune with international standards and contemporary global requirements. The college is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), affiliated to the JNTU Kakinada and recognised as the Jawahar Knowledge Centre (JKC) by the government of A.P. It is the first engineering college in Prakasam district to attain ISO: 9001:2000 certifications. College is NAAC accredited and `A' graded by APSCHE.

The management's commitment to excellence and relevance in technical education is reflected in the marvellous infrastructure that is comparable to the finest institution of its type in the country. The imposing multi-storied buildings housing state-of-the-art laboratories, spacious classrooms, workshops, computer centre with server room, a well-stocked library, wide and well lit clean corridors and a large canteen has set new standards in providing facilities at an international level.

The 31 acre sprawling campus with lawns, gardens, playgrounds and a parking lot ensures the right academic ambience essential for a centre of higher education.

Application of modern technology in teaching- learning process and effective day-to-day governance of the college makes CEC unique. Thus, within just 11 years of its existence, CEC has carved out a niche for itself as one of the leading engineering colleges in A.P.

VISION:

Our College seeks to develop wisdom in students that translates academic achievement into responsible citizenship, sincere professional service and a deep respect for life and beauty in God's creation.

MISSION:

Our mission is to further the college in imparting technical education for students, while maintaining our traditions and culture. All staff shall inculcate in themselves humbleness, simplicity, honesty and uphold dignity towards higher learning and serving the mankind. The college shall strive to its best in producing excellent engineers and managers who will be appreciated by industry and other sectors.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COLLEGE:

  • To achieve academic excellence in professional education and emerge as a centre of excellence.
  • To strengthen the college/society in all academic aspects.
  • To encourage and support collaborative and cross program initiatives.
  • To include high moral, ethical and professional standards among our students and improve their overall personality.
  • To improve the communication skills of rural students by arranging special training programmes.

Quality Policy :

CHIRALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE strongly believes that quality meets success. Hence we constantly endeavour to provide the best quality education by student centred teaching, learning and training process, to equip the institute with latest cutting edge technology labs comparable to the best in the industry, and to modernize them, to tap the resources of best minds as faculty and visiting faculty and to encourage them to upgrade their skills and knowledge and to develop strong relationships and linkage with industry.

More precisely, the college will strive hard towards providing/establishing:

  • A practice of quality assurance to regularly address, monitor and evaluate the quality of education offered to students, and promoting effective teaching-learning methods for the benefit of both students and teachers and making the institution a place for excellent temple of knowledge in engineering science and technology.
  • Best standards and practices of good governance, shall be put in place to bring in transparency of operations and improve credibility at all levels.
  • Skills among students are developed through Interactive Teaching - Learning Process, Corporate exposure by Industry Internship and project work and thus make them ready to get into industry soon after the completion of their course.
  • Research work among staff members shall be encouraged in-order to update their knowledge.
  • Well equipped Laboratory facilities are provided in all the departments.
  • Reputed Industries are invited for campus placements.

































Registration

FREE ACCOMMODATION in resorts/hostel for foreign and local authors (75 rooms) on first come first serve basis. FREE TRANSPORTATION between collage campus and railway/bus stations.

                        

Registration fees can be paid by the paper authors only after the acceptance notification of the paper.

Category

For India

For Other Countries

Authors

INR 9500

USD 450

Authors (IEEE Member)

INR 8500

USD 400

Student Authors

INR 7500

USD 300

Invited Presentation

INR 6000

USD 250

Conference Attendee/Listener

INR 3000

USD 200

Extra Paper

INR 4000 / paper

USD 200 / paper

Extra Page Charges (> 6 pages)

INR 800 / page
(maximum 3 pages)

USD 50 / page
(maximum 3 pages)


*Please note that Conference Attendee / Listener registration fee includes the full conference kit, including the certificate.


For Student Authors/Attendees

Students from overseas will get subsidized accommodation either in the college campus (hostel) or at the designated accommodation in place. Approx. (~50 participants sharing basis) available on first-come first-serve basis.

The registration fee, includes:

  • Participation in all sessions
  • Conference Kit
  • Program Book
  • Conference e-Proceedings in USB Thumb Drive
  • Buffet lunch and tea/coffee breaks
  • Conference Banquet

For Student Registration, student status verification is required either by a letter from the Institution or a scanned copy of the student card.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE:

(a) All banking charges MUST BE borne by the participants.

(b) Please ensure that the Remitter's (Participant/Author) name, Paper-ID and the Purpose of remittance (Registration Fees) is clearly mentioned by the Remitter in the Funds Transfer Application.

(c) Registration fees do not include accommodation and travel.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Substitutions or cancellations should be made in writing on or before 6 July 2016. Refunds will be subjected to an administrative charge to be borne by the registrant. Bank charges that occur will also have to be borne by the registrant. Registrants wishing to cancel may send someone to take their place without penalty if they send a written request with the replacement person's name to secretariat at least two weeks prior to the event start date. No refunds will be made for cancellation or no-show after 6 July 2016.


































Program

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About Andhra Pradesh

Situated in the southeastern coast of India, Andhra Pradesh is the 4th largest State of India. The capital of the state was Hyderabad which is also the largest city here. However, due to the announcement of the recently formed Telangana State, Hyderabad will be a part and capital of Telangana from the 2nd of June 2014. The State of Hyderabad will continue to function as the State Capital of Andhra Pradesh for a period not exceeding 10 years till a new capital is determined. The state of Andhra Pradesh is mentioned since 800 BC in the Sanskrit Epics like Aitareya Brahmana and Mahabharata. The native language ‘Telugu’ is often associated with the Early Cholas. Andhra Pradesh also came under the rule of the Maurya Empire, the Ikshvaku Dynasty, Pallava, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas and Later Cholas.When it comes to geography, Andhra covers most of the eastern part of the Deccan plateau and the eastern plains of the Eastern Ghats. The Eastern Ghats being a mineral rich area is covered with thick vegetation and the two regions are connected by patch of sparse vegetation. The State of Andhra Pradesh is well promoted by their tourism department and is well known for its rich natural resources, temples and rivers. The state of Andhra also shares a part of the coastal areas of the Bay of Bengal. The rich cultural heritage, ancient architecture and historical importance have made Andhra Pradesh one of the top tourist destinations in India. We shall discuss in brief the top 15 places to visit in the State of Andhra Pradesh.


Tourist places in Andhra Pradesh

Situated in the southeastern coast of India, Andhra Pradesh is the 4th largest State of India. The capital of the state was Hyderabad which is also the largest city here. However, due to the announcement of the recently formed Telangana State, Hyderabad will be a part and capital of Telangana from the 2nd of June 2014. The State of Hyderabad will continue to function as the State Capital of Andhra Pradesh for a period not exceeding 10 years till a new capital is determined. The state of Andhra Pradesh is mentioned since 800 BC in the Sanskrit Epics like Aitareya Brahmana and Mahabharata. The native language ‘Telugu’ is often associated with the Early Cholas. Andhra Pradesh also came under the rule of the Maurya Empire, the Ikshvaku Dynasty, Pallava, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas and Later Cholas.When it comes to geography, Andhra covers most of the eastern part of the Deccan plateau and the eastern plains of the Eastern Ghats. The Eastern Ghats being a mineral rich area is covered with thick vegetation and the two regions are connected by patch of sparse vegetation. The State of Andhra Pradesh is well promoted by their tourism department and is well known for its rich natural resources, temples and rivers. The state of Andhra also shares a part of the coastal areas of the Bay of Bengal. The rich cultural heritage, ancient architecture and historical importance have made Andhra Pradesh one of the top tourist destinations in India. We shall discuss in brief the top 15 places to visit in the State of Andhra Pradesh.

1. Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam was the second largest city in Andhra Pradesh and a major sea port of India. However, with the recently announced Telangana State, Vishakhapatnam will now be the largest city of Andhra Pradesh and a probable Capital of the future state of Andhra Pradesh. The climate is tropical and humidity is high throughout the year. The city has all the necessary attractions and resources to make it one of the top tourist destinations in India. Its various beaches, hilltops and a wildlife sanctuary attract a major tourist crowd. The place is the major port of the Indian National Army and is the deepest ports of India. There are various valleys like the Araku Valley, which is a picturesque location for picnics and is a hill station that has some really great trekking hotspots. The various beaches like Yarada and Rishikonda are situated in some of most picturesque locations and are relatively clean and are frequented by many tourists.Given below are the major tourist attractions of Visakhapatnam:

  • Borra Caves
  • Araku Valley
  • Yarada Beach
  • Rishikonda Beach
  • Katiki Waterfalls
  • Indira Gandhi Zoological Park
  • Kailasagiri Hill Park
  • VUDA Park

2. Tirupati

Tirupati

Tirupati is one of the Major cultural and religious pilgrimage spots in India. The city is located at the southern part of Andhra Pradesh and is situated at the foothills of the Eastern Ghats in the Chittor district. Although the major language spoken here is Telugu, the word Tirupati is a Tamil word as saint Ramanujacharya who was a Tamil Vaishnava saint was responsible for founding this city. The town is famous for its temple dedicated to ‘Balaji’, a form of Lord Vishnu. The temples foundation history is unknown and it was expanded over the centuries by various kingdoms and dynasties including the Chola, Pallava and the Vijaynagar Empire. The temple is one of the major pilgrimage spots in India and especially in the southern India. Apart from the temples, there are various other attractions like parks and zoos. Here are some of the major tourist attractions of Tirupati:

  • Sri Venkateswara Temple
  • Talakona Waterfalls
  • TTD Gardens
  • Deer Park
  • Sri Vari Museum
  • Sri Govindarajaswami Temple
  • Srikalahasti
  • Kanipakam

3. Vijayawada

Vijayawada

Vijayawada, being the third largest city of Andhra Prades is number 3 on this list. The city is an agriculturally rich state and has been recognized as the Global city of the future by McKinsey. The former name of the city was Bezawada and has been under the rule of various ancient kingdoms of the South and has been one of the places the Chinese pilgrim Hieun Tsang stayed at. The River Krishna runs through the city and is located at the hills of the Eastern Ghats. The city’s location is unique as well as to its west lays the deep jungles of the Kondapalli Reserve Forests which is known to house leopards, jackals, wolves, wild boar and wild dogs. The city itself is a cultural and religious center with its various temples, religious monuments, rivers, ancient caves and many more. Do not forget to buy the famous Kondapalli Toys as souvenirs. Some popular tourist places in Vijayawada are:

  • Undavalli Caves
  • Mogalarajapuram Caves
  • Prakasam Barrage
  • Bhavani Island
  • Victoria Museum
  • Kondapalli Fort
  • Kolleru Lake
  • Gandhi Hill

4. Nellore

Nellore

The name ‘Nellore’ literally means ‘Paddy Place’ and is thus one of the primary agricultural cities in Andhra Pradesh. The vast paddy fields of Damaramadugu are one of the prime sources of rice in the state and in the country. The town is split in two by the Pennar River and is thus located at both the banks of the river. Towards the east of the city is the Bay of Bengal and thus Nellore is at a unique and strategic geographical location. The city has seen various ancient dynasties like the Mauryas, Chola, Pallava and Vijaynagar etc. Nellore is also famous for its ancient temples which are amazing owing to their stunning architecture and the cultural history associated with them. Nellore also has the Nelapattu bird sanctuary which is a great spot for the photography enthusiasts and professionals alike. The various lakes, temples, forts in the ancient agricultural town of Nellore are sure to keep you enchanted. Here are some important tourist destinations in Nellore:

  • Udayagiri Fort
  • Venkatagiri Fort
  • Nellapattu Bird Sanctuary
  • Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
  • Penchalakona
  • Jonnawada
  • Mypad Beach
  • Pulicat Lake

5. Chittoor

Chittoor

The city of Chittoor lies at the banks of the Ponnai River and is thus an important agricultural town in Andhra Pradesh. The town’s major source of economy is its crops and agricultural products like grain, sugarcane, mango and Peanuts. The town has a unique climate which is high in the Eastern areas and low in the western areas because of the change in the altitude. The place is considered to be a backward district as far as the economy is concerned; nevertheless it is a great place to visit and an undiscovered gem for a tourist. The town with its various hills, rivers, temples, forts and a rich collection of flora and fauna is a must visit. A personal recommendation would be to spend more time at the western areas near the Horsley Hills and simply relax. While most attractions in Chittoor can be covered in a day, it is more of a place to relax and rejuvenate. Some major tourist places in Chittoor are given below:

  • Horsley Hills
  • Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kalavagunta
  • Gurramkonda Fort
  • Nagari Hills
  • Sri Venkateswara Temple
  • Mogili
  • Ramagiri

6. Anantapur

Aanantapur

The Largest of all the districts in Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur is famous for diamond mining and agricultural produce like rice, cotton, maize, chillies etc. The town is located near the bordering State of Karnataka and has 6 rivers that flow through the district. The town is an undiscovered tourist location with a number of monuments that exemplify the ancient reign of the Vijaynagar Kingdom and is famous for its ancient temples as well. The old ruins of the hilltop forts, its hidden waterfalls make it an amazing tourist attraction. The town of Anantapur is also famous for housing the mighty banyan tree of ‘Thimmamma Marrimanu’ which is one of the largest trees in the world. Its branches are spread in an area covering around 2.5 acres and a canopy that is spread around 19,107 sq meters. Anantapur is a definitive visit for all people visiting Andhra Pradesh. Given below are major places to visit in Anantpur:

  • Penukonda
  • Ravadurg Gooty Fort
  • Thimmamma Marrimanu
  • Dharmavaram
  • Hemavathi
  • Aluru Kona
  • Lepakshi
  • Raidurga Fort

7. Kurnool

Kaurnool

Kurnool is known for being the erstwhile capital of the State of Andhra Pradesh. The town is one of the oldest cities and based on the rock paintings of Ketavaram, the town has seen humans since the Paleolithic era. The ancient caves and fort ruins in Kurnool date back pretty far in history and are a marvel to behold. The town is surrounded by the parallel running mountain ranges from north to south. The various temples and pilgrimage sites in this ancient town are not only significant when it comes to their cultural history but are also important architectural heritage of the city. The Rollapadu Bird Sanctuary is one of the prime reasons one must visit this town as it is a great place for both nature lovers and the shutterbugs. Some major attractions of Kurnool are given below:

  • Kurnool Fort
  • Belum Caves
  • Nallamala Forest
  • Rollapadu Bird Sanctuary
  • Adoni Fort
  • Mahanandi
  • Kurnool Museum
  • Mantralayam

8. Kadapa

Kadapa

Kadapa literally means a “Gateway”. This name owes to its special location which acts as a gateway to the pilgrim spot of the Tirumala Hills. The town was a part of the various ancient kingdoms of the South and it’s famous for its various temples and forts that exemplify a marvelous Dravidian style architecture and prowess of the artisans when it comes to stone carving. The Bellum Caves are few of the longest caves in the Indian subcontinent and a spot that one shouldn’t miss. The town got its economic boom when the large deposits of natural Uranium were discovered here and is one of the world’s top 20 reserves of the nuclear fuel. The Shree venkateshwara wildlife sanctuary located here is also a great spot worth visiting and is rich with flora, fauna and some breathtaking views. Major tourist places in Kadapa include:

  • Belum Caves
  • Gandikota Fort
  • Sidhout Fort
  • Bhagvan Mahavir Government Museum
  • Sri Venkateswara Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Pushpagiri
  • Ontimitta
  • Ameen Peer Dargah

9. Srikalahasti

Srikalahasti

Located on the banks of the Swarnamukhi River, Srikalahasti is located near the pilgrim city of Tirupati. The name of the town comes from the native names of three animals (spider, snake and elephant) which are said to have received salvation owing to their worship of Lord Shiva. Many different spots of this sacred town have been mentioned in the ancient texts and epics like Mahabharata. The town being a holy spot for the Hindu pilgrims boasts of its various temples which are architectural marvels and are located in few of the most picturesque locations between the surrounding hillocks. The town’s major sources of economy are agriculture and tourism so the visitors can expect good food and hospitality. Here are some major tourist places to visit in Srikalahasti:

  • Sri Kalahasti Temple
  • Talakona Waterfalls
  • Veyilingala Kona Waterfalls
  • Ubbalamadugu Falls
  • Gudimallam
  • Sahasra Linga Temple
  • Bharadwaja Tirtham
  • Durgambika Temple

10. Ongole

Ongole

Ongole is an ancient town that came under the reign of the ancient southern Indian kingdoms like Mauryas and Sathavahanas and the Pallava Ruler Krishna Deva Raya. Due to this ancient history behind the town’s origin, it is famous for its Hindu temples which date back to the 17th century. The town’s major produce is tobacco and is famous for its various small scale industries. Ongole is famous for its small beaches which are often devoid of huge crowds and has various water sport facilities. The sands are grainy and golden and the waters are clean. The hidden waterfalls of Bhairavakona are also not to be missed and you’re sure to get lost in the breathtaking and relaxing surroundings. Here are the major tourist attractions of Ongole:

  • Kothapatnam Beach
  • Vodarevu Beach
  • Chennakesava Swamy Temple
  • Kashi Visweswara Swamy Temple
  • Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir
  • Tangutur
  • Chandavaram
  • Bhairavakona

11. Puttaparthi

Puttaparthi

The significance of Puttaparthi rose to fame due to it being one of the major religious centers of ‘Satya Sai Baba’. The various temples and sociocultural centers in the town attracted a majority of the tourist population and pilgrims. The town houses a no. of religious sites and temples popularized by Satya Sai. The Chitravathi River is also referred as being the new Ganges and was used a cleansing spot for the pilgrims who visit here. One of the most distinctive places to visit here would be the Chaitanya Jyoti Museum which is a modern architectural marvel. The museum combines a mix of Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Gothic style architecture into a single monument. The Satya Sai Space Theater and planetarium is also worth visiting. Here are some major places to visit in Puttaparthi:

  • Sai Kulwant Hall
  • Chaitanya Jyoti Museum
  • Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre
  • Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium
  • Gopuram
  • Anjaneya Hanuman Swamy Temple
  • Village Mosque
  • Chitravathi River

12. Rajahmundry

Rajahmundry

The city is known to be the cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh and is notable for its ancient Vedic culture. The city was said to have been founded by the Chalukyas in the 11th century. However it has been disputed by many historians and archeologists who claim that the town existed before the rule of the Chalukyas. Rajahmundry is also known to be the birth place of the Telugu language. The river Godavari is the major attraction in this town and various parks and ghats are located by its banks. The boat cruises on the river are also an activity that shouldn’t be missed. The town being an ancient one is also famous for its ancient Dravidian Hindu temples that are frequented by tourists from all around. Some of the most popular places in Rajahmundry is given below:

  • Papi Hills
  • Kadiyapulanka
  • Godavari Boat Travels
  • Kotilingeswara TempleRallabandi Subbarao Government Museum
  • Pattiseema
  • Markandeya Temple
  • Dowleswaram Barrage

13. Secunderabad

Secunderabad

The town is famous for bearing the nickname ‘The twin city of Hyderabad’. Secunderabad was founded in 1806 AD as a British cantonment; the city differs in major ways from the city of Hyderabad. The town developed under the direct rule of the British as opposed to the Nizam ruled princely state of Hyderabad. Secunderabad is also one of the largest cantonment areas of India. The town is distinct from the other places in Andhra Pradesh due to the majority of its population being Anglo-Indian and Parsis. The town’s various forts and the famous hussain sagar lake are a must visit. Here are the main places to visit in Secunderabad:

  • Golconda Fort
  • Hussain Sagar Lake
  • Konaseema
  • Birla Mandir
  • Trimulgherry Fort
  • Birla Planetarium
  • Saidanimba Tomb
  • All Saintsí Church

14. Amalapuram

Amalapuram

A small town which is mainly known for its agricultural produce of coconuts and rice, Amalapuram has a rich Vedic culture and is known for its various temples. While there isn’t much to see in this town the main places to visit are the Appanapalli Temple, Ainavilli Siddhi Vinayaka Temple and Sree Veereswara Swamy Temple. The town also lies at the head of the Konaseema Delta which is formed by the Godavari River. The town is also a hub of financial and education institutes in the Konaseema region. Major tourist attractions in Amalapuram include:

  • Appanapalli Temple
  • Ainavilli Siddhi Vinayaka Temple
  • Sree Veereswara Swamy Temple, Muramulla

15. Srikakulam

Srikakulam

The town of Srikakulam is located at the banks of the Krishna River and is placed on the northeast corner of Andhra Pradesh. This town came under the kalinga region of ancient India and is known for its various ancient temples. The town has one of the longest coastlines in the state of Andhra Pradesh and its various beaches are also worth visiting. Srikakulam is also a major producer of Khadi products. The various historic temples, monuments and beaches are deserving of a definitive visit.

Being a part of the ancient kingdoms of the southern India, Andhra Pradesh is one of the major sources of Dravidian culture and history. With numerous tourist places in Andhra Pradesh, vast natural resources, varied climatic conditions and numerous ancient temples is a great location which will definitely make you look into the history books.

Tourist places in Telangana

The State of Telangana is to be a newly christened state of India on the 2nd of June 2014. The region was a part of the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh. It contains 10 districts, many of which are important towns of Andhra Pradesh including its very own capital, Hyderabad. The Main Language spoken is Telugu, and the word Telangana itself was meant to distinguish Telugu speaking region from the Marathawada region. The state is rich with historic and cultural heritage and the climate is hot n dry. The place has a majority of historic monuments and temples which were once a part of the State of Andhra Pradesh.

One of the oldest dynasties in India the Sathavahanas were the dominant power here. The rule was followed by the reign of prominent royal dynasties like the Vakataka, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas but the golden age of the Telangana region came under the reign of the Kakatiya dynasty which is attributed for most of the ancient architecture in this State. In the 14th century the city of Hyderabad came under the Delhi sultanate and the Nizams of Hyderabad which led to it becoming a princely State. In this article we shall discuss in brief the different cities of the upcoming State of Telangana.

1. Hyderabad

Charminar

Hyderabad, the capital and the largest city of the State of Telangana and also the capital of the State of Andhra Pradesh till the next capital is determined. The place is rich with historic and urban structures. The city is also a home to the ‘Telugu Film Industry’ or ‘Tollywood’, which is the second largest producer of motion pictures in India. Monuments like Charminar, marketplaces, cuisines, the town of Hyderabad is a must visit.

2. Warangal

The district lies not very far from the Capital city of Hyderabad and is one of the largest cities in Telangana. Warangal enshrines a huge number of ancient temples and monuments. The Pakhal lake is a must visit. The thousand pillar temple here is a historic marvel to behold and will ensure you note it down in your bucket lists for this city.

Warangal Fort

 

3. Nizamabad

Nizamabad Temple

Located by the River Godavari, Nizamabad is also a major city in the State of Telangana. The town is famous for its various temples and historical monuments. The Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary is located next to the Pocharam Lake in Nizamabad and contains a rich flora and fauna. The Nizamabad fort is also a great place to visit.

4. Karimnagar

Karimnagar

Karimnagar is located by a tributary of the Godavari River and is located at an approximate distance of 165 kilometers. The city is famous for its various historical forts owing to it being under the Nizam’s reign. The Elgandal fort is a great place to visit due to its great location. The town is also famous for its various pilgrimage spots with some really amazing temples. The city is the 4th most populated city in the State of Telangana.

5. Khammam

Khammam

The city’s name ‘Khammam’ owes to the local derivation of the name of hill located in this area. The Godavari River covers an area of 250 kilometers in this area from the Warangal district. This is also rich in coal minerals and called the ‘Coal Town of South India’. The town is famous for its lakes, forts, temples and hot springs. The Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place to visit which houses animals like tigers, pythons, jackals etc.

6. Adilabad

Adilabad

Adilabad is the second largest city in Telangana and is known for its handicrafts. The area is distinguished from the Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts by the River Godavari. The Kawal wildlife sanctuary is a home to wildlife species like the tiger, panther, crocodiles etc. The town is also known for its various waterfalls and parks. A great place to visit would be the Basar Saraswati Temple which is situated at the banks of the Godavari River.

7. Mahbubnagar

Mahabubnagar

Located at a distance of around 100 kilometers from the capital Hyderabad, Mahbubnagar was the core of the Sathavahanas and the Chalukya Dynasties’ reign and was also a part of the Princely state of Hyderabad. The town is famous for various palaces and ancient temples. A major tourist attraction is the ‘Peerlamarri’ which is a 800 years old banyan tree and its underlings are spread across 3 acres of land.

8. Medak

Medak

Medak is famous for its rock paintings that date back to the Neolithic era. The Narsapur Forest is a great place to visit especially for the wildlife enthusiasts. The Devnoor Village is a beautiful village which is located by the Manjira River and is a great place to visit. The Manjira Wildlife Sanctuary is also a great place to visit and is a home to a variety of migratory birds and crocodiles. The Medak cathedral is a monolithic church of the Methodist Christian sect and the second largest Diocese in the world. The gothic styled architecture is a marvel to behold.

9. Nalgonda

The city of Nalgonda is located between two hills and is known for its various hill forts. The rivers Krishna, Musi River, Aleru, Peddavagu, Dindi and Paleru flow through the city and enrich it with various natural resources. The World’s largest masonry dam, Nagarjuna Sagar is located in this city and is a major source of irrigation in the region. The town is also famous for its old temples and monuments.


 

 

10. Rangareddy

Rangareddy

Rangareddy was form in 1978 when it split from the Hyderabad district. The town is basically a rural district and is famous for its temples. Ananta Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a major tourist attraction here. The Osman Sagar Lake is also a great place to visit. The town however has fewer attractions than the rest of the cities in Telangana and due it being close to Hyderabad can be covered in a day.

Even though Telangana is a newly christened state, we might see many more additions to the huge list of tourist places to visit in the future. The cultural heritage and the historic significance of Telangana has certainly made it a must visit place in India.

 


 

Software industry in Telangana

 

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