4th International Conference on
Next Generation Computing Technologies

NGCT 2018

21 st - 22nd NOVEMBER 2018

Theme : "Computational Intelligence"

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About NGCT 2018

NGCT Society and UPES Dehradun are committed to Quality Education and Research in India and abroad. Overwhelming success of previous editions of NGCT Conferences, NGCT Society and UPES announces 4th International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies, (NGCT’ 2018). Objectives of NGCT’2018 will focus on experimental, theoretical and application aspects of innovations in Computational Intelligence. This Conference aims to create a community of researchers, scholars and experts from academia and industry working on Computational Intelligence and its applications in Informatics, Imaging and Machine Vision, Language Technology, Smart Applications and E-commerce, Networking and High Performance Computing domain and share most recent and latest research findings. Authors across the globe are invited to submit their research proposal/papers which are not simultaneously under consideration with any other journal or conference.

Conference Theme: Computational Intelligence

Can computers be intelligent?

In the mid-1900s, Alan Turing gave much thought to this question. He believed that machines could be created that would mimic the processes of the human brain. More than sixty years later his statements are still visionary and motivating researches to make the computer intelligent.

Computational Intelligence(CI) is a subfield of Artificial Intelligence(AI) and an adaptive mechanism that exhibit an ability to learn or adapt to new situations, to generalize, abstract, discover and associate. Computational Intelligence has five main paradigms, namely artificial neural networks (ANN), evolutionary computation (EC), swarm intelligence (SI), artificial immune systems (AIS), and fuzzy systems (FS). These CI paradigms have been applied successfully to solve complex problem in the field of Robotics, Speech Analysis, Medical Science, Automobiles, Recommendations, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision and many more. Advancement in the computational power and the availability of data; ignited the Computation Intelligence research field.

With spirit of multidisciplinary applications of Computational Intelligence and quest for innovative and promising research contributions, theme of NGCT’2018 has been decided to Computational Intelligence.

About UPES

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) was established in the year 2003 through UPES Act, 2003 of the State Legislature of Uttarakhand. With an ambitious vision and unique approach, UPES emerged as an innovative institution offering programs that are specifically designed for core sectors with high growth projections. The university endeavours to be recognized as 'Nation Builders University' with a progressive vision of creating specialized professionals in the core sectors that can contribute in the economic growth of the country.

Focused on the requirements of the future, UPES offers a wide spectrum of globally competitive undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate programs in various growth sectors of engineering, management , law and design studies. The university’s objective is to develop domain specific and competent technocrats, professionals, and managers who are ready to join the core industries.

The different colleges under UPES are:

  • School of Engineering (SoE)
  • School of Business (SoB)
  • School of Law (SOL)
  • School of Computer Science (SoCS)
  • School of Design (SoD)
School of Computer Science (SoCS) +

School of Computer Science (SoCS), is an academy-industry alliance between UPES and IBM India aimed at developing a dynamic platform for next generation students to acquire high end IT education at graduation level.

SoCS introduces and trains the students with Information Technology platform skills essential for the IT professionals. Information Technology plays a crucial role in the functioning of any organization. SoCSE offers well designed and specialized programs that provides appropriate skills and helps in becoming a competent IT professional. These programs are expected to add to the inclination of the recruiters towards the students, ready and aligned with the skills required for the IT industry.

The School provides the students with a sophisticated learning environment, equipped with all essential learning tools and facilities. There is an advanced computing centre with 24 hours Wi-Fi connectivity and conducive ambiance. The online ERP system for academic monitoring, iCos platform, and LMS tool make the unique process of learning.

Current Programs under SoCS

  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technology in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Mainframe Technology in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Oil & Gas Informatics in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Open Source & Open Standards in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in E-Commerce, Retail & Automation in association with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in IT Infrastructure in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Business Analytics and Optimization in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Cyber Security and Forensics in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Graphics and Gaming in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Mobile Computing in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with Specialization in Internet of Things and Smart Cities in academic collaboration with IBM.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Big Data in academic collaboration with Xebia.
  • B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Dev Ops in academic collaboration with Xebia.
  • M.Tech (CSE) with Specialization in Artificial Intelligence.

For more information about various colleges and programs please visit www.upes.ac.in

Keynote Speakers

PAPRZYCKI, Marcin

Marcin Paprzycki is an Associate Professor at the Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences. He has an MS from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, a Ph.D from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and a Doctor of Science from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is a senior member of IEEE, a senior member of ACM, a Senior Fulbright Lecturer, and an IEEE CS Distinguished Visitor.

He has contributed to more than 450 publications and was invited to the program committees of over 500 international conferences. He is on the editorial boards of 15 journals.

To reach him, please visit http://www.ibspan.waw.pl/~paprzyck/.
Title of Deliberation: Towards Semantic Interoperability in the Internet of Things Ecosystems

Rajan E. G.

Prof. Dr. E. G. Rajan, B.Sc., D.M.I.T., M.E., PhD, FIE is the Founder President of the Pentagram Research Centre (P) Ltd., Hyderabad, India. He is an Electronics Engineer and a Professor of Signal Processing having about 30 years of experience in teaching, research and administration. He has a number of publications to his credit. He is a professional member of ACM and he is an editor of the journal of AMSE, Barcelona, Spain. He received his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering, (Signal and Image Processing), from Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), Kanpur, U.P., M.E. degree in Applied Electronics, from Madras University, the then famous DMIT in Electronics Engineering from the Madras Institute of Technology, Chromepet, Madras and B.Sc degree in Physics from Madras University. His contribution to the state-of-the-art of Electronic Warfare has been well recognized in the Government and industrial sectors. He was a noted teacher in the department of Electrical Engineering of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He received Distinguished Scientist and Man of the Millennium Award from WhoisWho Bibliographical Records,Cambridge,2000.

He authored many books like, Symbolic Computing Signal and Image Processing, Electronic Order of Battle Records of Military Radars, Computers and Information Technology and Foundations of Information Technology. He is the father of a novel paradigm Symbolic Computing In the Framework of Markov⢠A´Zs Constructive Mathematical Logic. Two of his fifty Ph.D scholars are involved in the design of digital circuits using organic molecules and some of them are working in the novel area of Genomic Signal Processing. He has brought out more than 25 original concepts. One such concept is Codon Space, which advocates the theory of Life Forms as Subspaces of the Information Space called Codon Space. Another concept is a Mathematical Transform, which goes by his name as Rajan Transform. This transform is ideally used for Pattern Recognition and Analysis purposes. He leads the company in his own professorial style and the company is technically strong and steady.
Title of Deliberation: Crime Prediction Support System- An AI Based Approach

Phatak, Deepak Bhaskar (Padma Shri)

Dr. Phatak earned his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from SGSITS Indore in 1969, and his M Tech and Ph D from IIT Bombay. He has served IIT Bombay since 1971. Upon superannuation in 2013, he was reappointed as a Professor, relinquishing this position on 2 April 2018. He has headed several academic units, and was the first Dean of Resources of the Institute. He held ‘Subrao M. Nilekani’ Chair from 2000-2013. He is regarded as the pioneer of Smart Card usage for financial transactions in India. In 1999, he started an IT incubator to foster innovation through start-up companies. He set up the Affordable Solutions Lab (ASL) at IIT Bombay in 2000.

In March 2012, he was given the responsibility to execute the prestigious Aakash tablet project. He has been an Open Source evangelist, and has popularized use of open source knowledge content and software. He started the country’s first interactive Distance Learning program using VSATs in 2000. He executed the T10KT (Train 10,000 Teachers at a time) project, in which more than 1,50,000 teachers have been trained. Since 2012, he has been working on MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). A blended MOOC model suggested by him is being rolled out using IITBombayX.

He has been an advisor and consultant to many organizations and Ministries on issues related to IT. He has served on the boards of several companies and Institutions, including IDBI Bank, Bank of Baroda, UTIISL, IDRBT, NIA, IGNOU, IIT Gandhinagar, and NIT Agartala. He currently serves on the boards of HDFC AMC, MKCL, ReBIT, IBPS, PSL, and VJTI.

He is a recipient of the “Excellence in Teaching” award and the “Industrial Impact Research Award” from IIT Bombay. He was elected Fellow of the CSI in 1999, and Fellow of the IETE in 2000. He was listed amongst fifty most influential Indians by Business Week in 2009. He was conferred Life Time Achievement Awards by Skoch Foundation in 2003, by Data Quest in 2008, by ‘Dewang Mehta Business School Awards’ in 2010, by Interop in 2014, by IIT Bombay in 2014, and by CSI in 2018. He was conferred Padma Shri by Govt. of India in 2013.
Title of Deliberation: Challenges of the Digital Century

Mishra, Anurag

Anurag Mishra is currently working as an Associate Professor in Electronics in Deendayal Upadhyay College, a constituent college of University of Delhi. His research interests are Machine Learning, Soft Computing and their applications in Information Security, Image and Video Processing, Pattern Recognition and Bug Triaging to be specific. He along with his team of researchers has developed some novel intelligent watermarking schemes by using a new class of Single Layer Feedforward Neural Networks called Extreme Learning Machine and its variants for uncompressed and compressed images and video.

He has published about 60 research papers in international journals and conferences of repute which has resulted in good citations by the community. His work on watermarking schemes developed by using GAs and other meta-heuristic techniques is also well acclaimed. He is a reviewer of papers for many prestigious journals and books for reputed publishing houses. Presently, he is working on few problems of software testing, pattern (face) recognition using some advanced protocols and high speed image transmission over wireless channels. He is a member of IEEE and International Institute of Informatics & Systemics (USA).
Title of Deliberation: Intelligent techniques for copyright protection

Conference Committee(s)

Sartaj Sahni
University of Florida, USA
William Stallings
Independent Consultant

Nitin
University of Cincinnati, USA

Henry Hexmoor
Southern Illinois University, USA

Vijay K. Vaishnavi
Georgia State University, USA

Dennis K. Peters
Memorial University, Canada

Laurent George
University of Paris-East, France

Rafik Zitouni
ECE Paris, France

Jaouhar Fattahi
Valcartier Research Centre, Canada

Karan Verma
Universiti Teknogi Petronas, Malasyia

Zarinah Mohd Kasirun
University of Malaya, Malasyia

Su Cheng Haw
Multimedia University, Malasyia

Shamimul Qamar
King Khalid University,Saudi Arabia

Benoit Favre
Aix-Marseille Universite, France

Sugam Sharma
Iowa State University, USA

Ding-zhu Du
University of Texas, USA

Bharat K. Bhargava
Purdue University, USA

Valentina Emilia Balas
Aurel Vlaicu, India University of Arad

Deepak Kumar Gupta
Fayetteville State University, USA

Nabil Belgasmi
Banque de Tunisie (Tunisia), Tunisia

B.V. Babu
Graphic Era University, India

Mohamed Belaoued
University of Constantine, Algeria

Jindong Liu
Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Brian Lee
Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland

Piyush Maheshwari
Amity University, Dubai

K. Mustafa
Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

M. N. Hoda
BVICAM, India

Niladri Chatterjee
Indian Institute of Technology
New Delhi, India

K. Chandrasekaran
NIT, Suratkal, India

M. L. Saikumar
Institute of Public Enterprise, India

K. K. Shukla
 Indian Institute of Technology
Varanasi, India

Umapada Pal
Indian Statistical Institute, India

Pabitra Pal Choudhury
Indian Statistical Institute, India

Anirban Basu
CSI, India Council, India

Preeti Bajaj
IEEE, India Council, India

Prosenjit Pal
Prophecy Sensorlytics, LLC, India

R.Rajendra Prasath
Indian Instt. of Information Technology, India

Kunwar Singh Vaisla
Uttarakhand Technical University, India

Sanjay Sood
C-DAC, Mohali, India

Bhabatosh Chanda
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata , India

Gopi Krishna Durbhaka
Sathyabhama University, India

Lokanatha C. Reddy
Dravidian University, India

H L Mandoria
G.B.Pant University, India

Subodh Srivastava
JNTU, India

Muthukumar Subramanyam
IIIT, Trichy, India

Parma Nand
Sharda University, India

Arindam Wiswas
Asansol Engineering College, India

Vinay Rishiwal
Rohilkhand University, India

Sudhir Kumar Sharma
Institute of Info. Tech. & Mgmt (IITM), India

Chandrasekaran Subramaniam
SRITE, India

Anil Kumar Verma
Thapar University, India

R. B. Patel
Chandigarh Engg. College, India

Shrihari Honwad
GD Goenka University, India

Ashok Kumar Gwal
Governing Council at Association of Indian Universities, India

Annappa B
NIT, Karnataka, India

N. Muthu Kumaran
Anna University, India

G. R. Sinha
International Institute of Information Technology, India

Murtaza Rizvi
National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training & Research, India

Ajith Abraham
Machine Intelligence Research Labs, India

Deepak Garg
Bennet University, India

K. V. Arya
IET, India

Md. Abulaish
SAARC University, India

M. P Singh
B. R. Ambedkar University, India

D. P Vidyarthi
JNU, India

R. K Agrawal
JNU, India

Chiranjeev Kumar
ISM, Dhanbad, India

Manu Sood
H.P. University, India

Vigna K. Ramachandaramurthy
Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

Der-Chyuan Lou
Chang Gung University, Taiwan

Natarajan Meghanathan
Jackson State University, USA.

Noor Zaman
King Faisal University
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Noor Elaiza Binti Abdul Khalid
University Technology Mara Shah Alam
Malaysia

Visvasuresh Victor Govindaswamy
Concordia University, Canada

Nagarajan Kathiresan
SIDRA Medical and Research Center, Qatar

Sanjay Misra
Federal University of Technology, Nigeria

Alireza Haghpeima
Islamic Azad University of Mashhad, Iran

Mithun Mukherjee
Guangdong University of Petrochemical
Technology, China

Amit Banerjee
Innovative Photonics Evolution Research Center, Japan

Md. Ezaz Ahmed
Saudi Electronic University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

K L Rahmani
Saudi Electronic University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Nguyen Cuong
Quang Nam University, Vietnam

Ahmed Ali Saihood
Thiqar University, Iraq

Arun Dev Dhar Dwivedi
University of Bordeaux, France

Kusum Yadav
University of Hail, Saudi Arabia

Xiao-Zhi Gao
Aalto University, Finland

Mudassir Khan
King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

Upasana Geetanjali Singh
University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Westville campus), South Africa

Gorachand Dutta
University of Bath, United Kingdom

Shailendra Misra
University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Westville campus), South Africa

Mayank Singh
University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Westville campus), South Africa

Abhijit Das
Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, France

Mohd. Shoab
Shaqra University, Shaqra

Angelina Geetha
B.S. Abdur Rahman University, India

Yogita Gigras
The Northcap University, India

Raman Chadha
Chandigarh Group of Colleges, India

S. Arvind
CMR Institute of Technology, India

Hemraj Saini
Jaypee University of Information Technology, India

V Singh Vr
National Physical Laboratory, India

Rajib Kar
National Institute of Technology, India

Jasbir Saini
DCR University of Science and Technology, India

Abdus Samad
Aligarh Muslim University, India

Pallav Kumar Baruah
Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, India

Rajiv Pandey
Amity University, India

Diptendu Sinha Roy
National Institute Technology, India

Chittaranjan Pradhan
KIIT University, India

Bimal Roy
Indian Statistical Institute, India

Sangram Ray
Naitional Institute of Technology , India

Gopalakrishnan T
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, India

Harish Mittal
B.M. Institute of Engg. & Tech, India

J. K. Deegwal
Government Engineering College, India

Saurabh Mukherjee
Banasthali Vidyapith, India

Arvind Rehalia
Bharti Vidyapeeth, India

Arun Sharma
Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, India

Satish Kumar Singh
Indian Institute of Information Technology, India

Shrivishal Tripathi
Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur, India

Tanvir Ahmad
Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

Suraiya Jabin
Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

V K Jain
Mody University of Science and Technology, India

Sudeep Tanwar
Nirma University, India

Dhirendra Mishra
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, India

Anil Kumar Yadav
UIET-CSJM University, India

Niyati Baliyan
Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, India

Shelly Sachdeva
NIT, Delhi, India

Ranjeet Kumar
Indian Institute of Information Technology, India

Sanjeev Sharma
Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, India

Sherin Zafar
Jamia Hamdard University, India

K.Saravanan
Anna University Regional Campus, India

M.Sandhya
B.S.Abdur Rahman University, India

S.Geetha
VIT university, India

Ranjit Rajak
Dr Harisingh Gour  University, India

Ashutosh Tripathi
Amity University, India

Rajat Saxena
Indian Institute of Technology, India

Lalit B. Damahe
Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,  India

Umesh  L. Kulkarni
VIT Wadala, India

Nihar Ranjan Roy
GD Goenka University, India

Rashmi Thakur
Thakur college of Engg and Technology, India

Xavier Arputha Rathina
B.S. Abdur Rahman University, India

Emmanuel Shubhakar Pilli
MNIT, India

Manuj Aggarwal
ARSD College, India

Tarun Goyal
AIETM, India

Dheeraj Malhotra
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India

Gaurav Agrawal
Inderprastha Engineering College, India

Vaibhav Muddebihalkar
Savitribai Phule University Of Pune, India

TRV Anandharajan
Einstein College of Engineering, India

K.M. Mehata
Hindustan University, India

Neha Gulati
University Business School, India

Akhilesh Kumar Sharma
Manipal University, India

Rajeev Kumar
Teerthanker Mahaveer University, India

Baldev Singh
VIT, India

Vishnu Srivastava
CSIR CEERI, India

Rakesh Kumar Bansal
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, India

H N Suresh
Bangalore Institute of Technology, India

Y. J. Nagendra Kumar
Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, India

A. K. Verma
Thapar University, India

Daya Gupta
Delhi Technological University, India

Jyotirmay Patel
MIET, India

S. Ghosh
Galgotias University, India

Sajai Vir Singh
Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India

Sandeep Paul
Dayalbagh Educational Institute(Deemed University), India

Sunil Sikka
Amity University, India

Kuldeep Kumar
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

Sunita Varma
S.G.S.I.T.S, India

Lavika Goel
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, India

Sunanda Dixit
ISE department, DSCE, India

Vijander Singh
Amity University, India

Pratiyush Guleria
NIELIT, DOEACC Society, India

Saiyedul Islam
BITS, Pillani, India

Purnima Sharma
Mody University of Science and Technology, India

Manoj Kumar
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India

Mohd Imran
Aligarh Muslim University, India

Syed Aamiruddin
Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, India

Sudhanshu Kumar Jha
National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur, India

S. Balan
Government Arts College, India

Mohd Vasim Ahamad
University Women's Polytechnic, India

Sonal Purohit
FMS-WISDOM Banasthali University, India

Om Prakash Sharma
Poornima College of Engineering, India

Devendra Kumar Sharma
Meerut Institute of Engg. & Technology, India

Vandana Niranjan
IGDTUW, India

Surya Prakash
Indian Institute of Technology, India

B.Narendra Kumar Rao
Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, India

Rohit Beniwal
Delhi Technological University, India

Amit Patel
RGUKT IIIT, India

Puneet Mishra
University of Lucknow, India

Atul Garg
Maharishi Markandeshwar University, India

Savina Bansal
Punjab Technical University, India

Vinay Nassa
South Point Technical Campus, India

Manu Sood
Himachal Pradesh University, India

Neeta Singh
Gautam Buddha University, India

Damodar Reddy
National Institute of Technology, India

Sujata Pandey
Amity University, India

Seema Maitrey
Krishna Institute of Engineering & Technology, India

Mahinder Singh Aswal
Gurukul Kangri University, India

A. Srinivasan
MNM Jain Engineering College, India

Gollapudi Ramesh Chandra
VNR Vignana Jyothi Insitute of Engineering and Technology, India

Himanshu Monga
Shiva Group of Institutions, India

Sudipta Roy
Assam University, India

Dilip Singh Sisodia
National Institute of Technology, India

Ravi Mishra
Indian Institute of Technology, BHU, India

Rakesh Chandra
IIIT, Bhubaneshwar, India

Arif Mohammad
Integral University, India

Abhineet Anand
Galgotia University, India

Rakesh Kumar
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, India

Devendra Prasad
Chandigarh Group of Colleges, India

Harmunish Taneja
DAV College, India

Amit Doegar
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, India

Mala Kalra
National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, India

Mukesh Kumar
YMCA, India

Jyoti Thaman
Independent Consultant, India

Sanjeev Rana
MM University, India

Amit Sabharwal
IIT, Kharagpur, India

Leena Arya
ITS Engineering College, India

Himanshu Aggarwal
Punjabi University, India

J. Satheesh Kumar
Bharathiar University, India

Kamal Kant
NIT, Hamirpur, India

Rama Krishna Challa
NITTR, India

Charu
Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India

Paawan Sharma
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

Rashid Ali
AMU, India

S. R. Balasundaram
NIT, Trichy, India

Saru Dhir
Amity University, India

B. Surendiran
NIT, Puducherry, India

Sapna Tyagi
Institute of Management Studies, India

Anurag Singh
NIT, Delhi, India

Avdhesh Kumar Gupta
Institute of Management Studies, India

Paresh Virparia
S.P University, India

Sandeep Vijay
DIT University, India

Udai Pratap Rao
Sardar VallabhBhai National Institute of Technology , India

B. Balamurugan
VIT University, India

Rabindra Jena
Indtitute of Management Technology, India

S. N. Pandey
MNNIT, India

Ved Prakash
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

Susheela Dahiya
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

Partha Pakray
NIT, Mizoram, India

Pradeep Tomar
GBU, India

Mansaf Alam
Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, India

Deepika Koundal
Chitkara University, India

Mukesh Kumar
Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, India

Atul M. Gonsai
Saurashtra University, India

A. Malathi
Government Arts College, India

Manik Sharma
DAV University, India

N.N. Das
Manav Rachna University, India

S.K. Singh
Sanskriti University, India

Prashant Ahlawat
GITM, India

Dheeraj Jain
Sangam University, India

Nishant Malik
CERT, India

Kumud Ranjan Jha
SMVDU, India

Rakesh Kumar Jha
SMVDU, India

Ajay Kaul
SMVDU, India

Soumen Bag
IIT (ISM) Dhanbad, India

Gesu Thakur
IMS, India

Dinesh Sharma
Amity, India

Saptarshi Roy Chowdhury
NSHM Knowledge Campus, India

Anwesa Das
NSHM Knowledge Campus, India

Ritika
DIT University, India

Sudhansh Sharma
IGNOU, India

Ashish Bagwari
Uttarakhand Technical University, India

Sanjay Kumar
Uttarakhand Technical University, India

Alaknanda Ashok
G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India

Vishal Kumar
Uttarakhand Technical University, India

Vinay Rishiwal
M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, India

Pramod Kumar
Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, India

A. Senthil
Mody University, India

Ajay Kr. Singh
Mody University, India

S. R. Biradar
SDM College of Engineering & Technology, India

Anand sharma
Mody University, India

S. K. Vasistha
Mody University, India

Rabins Porwal
Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, India

Prateek Srivastava
Sir Padampat Singhania University, India

Manoj Diwakar
DIT University, India

Manu Pratap Singh
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, India

P.K Mishra
Banaras Hindu University, India

Sunita Agarwal
MNNIT, India

B.K Verma
Chandigarh Engineering College, India

Rajneesh Kumar
Maharishi Markandeshwar University, India

Shashi Bhushan
Chandigarh Engineering College, India

Nisheeth Joshi
Banasthali University, India

Susheel Chandra Dimri
Graphic Era University, India

Iti Mathur
Banasthali University, India

Nipur Bali
Gurukul Kangri University, India

Ritika Arora Mehra
Dehradun Institute of Technology, India

Rishi Asthana
IMS Engineering College, India

Mahendra Singh Aswal
Gurukul Kangri University, India

Madhu Gaur
G.L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, India

Anil Prabhakar
IIT Chennai, India

Manuj Darbari
Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology, India

Rajdev Tiwari
GNIT, India

Somesh Kumar
NIET, India

Ashish Sharma
GLA University, India

Diwakar Bhardwaj
GLA University, India

Anand Singh Jalal
GLA University, India

Anil Kumar Sagar
Galgotia University, India

Rashi Agrawal
Sharda University, India

Rajiv Kumar
Sharda University, India

Hitendra Garg
Hindustan College, India

Himani Maheshwari
Uttaranchal University, India

Musrrat Ali
Glocal University, India

Umesh Chandra
Banda University Of Agriculture and Technology, India

Sunil Shukla
Desh Bhagat University, India

Mohammad Mazhar Afzal
Glocal University, India

Sangeet Srivastava
North Cap University, India

Sanjay Tanwani
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, India

Urjita Thakar
S.G.S. Institute of Technology and Science, India

Nirmal Dagdee
S.D.Bansal College of Technology, India

Nikhil Marriwala
Kurukshetra University, India

Chief Patron

S.J.Chopra, Chancellor, UPES, Dehradun, India

Patron (s)

Deependra Kumar Jha, Vice Chancellor, UPES, Dehradun, India

Co-Patron

Kamal Bansal, Dean-CoES, UPES, Dehradun, India

General Chair

Valentina E. Balas, University “Aurel Vlaicu” Arad, Romania

Manish Prateek, Professor and Director, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India


Program Chair(s)

Kamal Kumar, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Durgansh Sharma, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India


Convener(s)

Amit Agarwal, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Thipendra Pal Singh, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India


Technical Program Chair(s)

Rajeev Tiwari, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Neeraj Kumar, Thapar University, Patiala, India

Rashmi Sharma, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Sriparna Saha, IIT Patna, India


Conference Secretary

Ajay Prasad, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Rajeev Tiwari, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India


Joint Secretary(s)

Hitesh Kumar Sharma, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Ravi Tomar, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Ankit Vishnoi, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Varun Sapra, School of Computer Science, UPES, Dehradun, India

Call for Papers

Original contributions from researchers describing their original, unpublished, research contribution which is not currently under review by any other conference or journal and addressing state-of-the-art research are invited to share their work in all areas of Computational Intelligence and various associated domains for Next Generation Computing and its Applications but not limited to the conference tracks.

Authors are requested not to mention their names and affiliations on manuscripts, as CCIS undertakes double blind review.
Full Paper : 10 - 15 pages
Short Paper : 6 - 8 pages

All submitted papers must be in SPRINGER CCIS format. Click here to download CCIS Paper template.

Download CFP

Plagiarism policy for NGCT 2018

  • Submitted papers must comply with Springer plagiarism policy and procedures.
  • Plagiarism must not be more than 15% in paper.
  • Any plagiarised text must not be from significant contribution part of paper.
  • Even plagiarism from a single source must not be more than 4%.
  • Papers submitted to NGCT 2018 must not have been published elsewhere and must not be under review or submitted for review elsewhere while under consideration for NGCT 2018.
  • NGCT 2018-TPC will look for all ethical standards in all best possible ways, further author will be responsible for any further plagiarism claims.
  • After paper recommendation to journal, submission must comply with journal ethical and publication policies.


  • Conference Tracks:

    Information and Data Convergence

    • Heuristic and Meta-heuristic Algorithms
    • Expert Systems and Inference Engines
    • Heuristic-Adaptive Rule Based Systems
    • Evolutionary algorithms and its applications
    • Fuzzy Interpolative Methodologies
    • Applied Deep Learning
    • Data Mining Technologies
    • Data Visualization
    • Data-Warehouse and ETL Developments
    • Big Data Analytics
    • Classification, Clustering and Association Approaches
    • Feature Engineering
    • Progressive Machine Learning
    • Reinforcement Learning Mechanisms for Autobots
    • Text, Link and Graph mining
    • Personalization and Customization
    • Adaptive Learning and Intelligent Tutorials
    • Scenario Based Learning
    • Informatics aspects in Cloud Computing
    • Intelligent and Adaptive Networks
    • IDS for Data Sites and Data Warehouse
    • Homomorphic Encryption for Data and Analytics
    • Secure and Privacy Preserving Data Analytics
    • Data and Network Forensic Analysis

    Intelligent Linguistics and Pragmatics

    • Morphology
    • Phonology
    • Syntax and Semantics
    • Discourse
    • POS Tagging
    • Parsing
    • Word Sense Disambiguation
    • Machine Translation/Statistical Machine Translation
    • Pragmatics
    • Computational or Quantitative Psycholinguistics
    • Statistical Methods
    • Knowledge-based Methods
    • Annotation and Annotated Corpora
    • Lexical Resources
    • Linguistic Ontology
    • Sentiment Analysis
    • Machine Learning in NLP
    • NLP-based Recommendation Systems
    • Performance Evaluation of NLP Systems
    • Information Retrieval and Extraction
    • Automatic Text Summarization
    • Dialog Systems
    • Speech Recognition and Synthesis
    • NLP for Language Documentation and Preservation
    • NLP for Educational Purposes
    • NLP for Digital Humanities

    Image Processing, Pattern Analysis and Machine Vision

    • Medical Image Analytics
    • Robot Vision Systems for Manipulation and Navigation
    • Camouflage Technologies
    • Cognitive and Biologically-inspired Vision
    • Image Segmentation and Enhancement
    • Data Clustering and Texture Analysis
    • Active Vision, Tracking and Motion Analysis
    • Object and Event Recognition
    • 2D, 3D Scene Analysis and Visualization
    • Image Processing in Forensic Science
    • Holographic Image Processing
    • Image/Shape Representation and Recovery
    • Face and Gesture Recognition
    • Machine learning and deep learning for images and videos
    • Vision Systems Ontology
    • Identity and Trust Convolution Systems

    Disruptive Technologies for Future

    • Web Analytics
    • Social Media Analytics
    • Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics
    • Opinion Mining
    • Sentiment Analysis
    • Health-care Analytics
    • Waste Economics
    • Cloud Sourcing Social Intelligence
    • Sensors Ergonomics
    • Driver Assistance Systems and Autonomous Driving (Autopods)
    • Oneirology
    • Autonomous Environment Analytics
    • Block Chains
    • Malware and Attack Analysis
    • Social-Media Hack Analytics
    • Intelligent Biometrics
    • Olfactory Ontologies
    • Blue Brain
    • Facets
    • Brain-scales
    • Multi-valued Logical Systems
    • Cloud Computing and Wireless Networks Economics

    E-Governance and Smart World

    • Internet of Everything (IOE)
    • IoT based SMART solutions
    • iDAQs for Digital India
    • SMART Cities
    • SMART Healthcare
    • Intelligent Recreational Systems for Sports and Leisure
    • Geo-Informatics
    • SMART Information Routing
    • Security Defiance in E-Governance
    • Aadhaar: Implications and Applications
    • Cloud Computing for SMART World
    • Wireless Networks for SMART World
    • SDN, NFV and 5G Networks for SMART World

    Registration Details

    Registration Fees
    Category of Authors / Delegate Indian Authors / Delegates Foreign Authors / Delegates
    Corporate Professional
    7000
    250$
    Academician
    6000
    230$
    Full time PhD Scholars
    5000
    210$
    PG/UG Students
    5000
    210$
    Attendee Delegates
    4000
    200$

    * Full Paper : 10 - 15 pages {for each extra page beyond 12, INR 1000 extra will have to be paid}
    * Short Paper : 6 - 8 pages {for each extra page beyond 8, INR 1000 extra will have to be paid}

    Registration Guidelines

    1. At least one of the author(s) should register to present the paper at the conference.
    2. For single paper, multiple authors can present with multiple registration fees.
    3. For a single author, multiple papers; the author has to give full registration fee.
    4. The certificate will be given to registered participant(s) only.

    Registration Fee includes

    1. Conference kits, Certificates.
    2. High Tea and Working Lunch (Both Days).

    Payment Modes & Instructions

    1. Pay Through PayuMoney Payment Gateway
    2. Pay Online-NEFT / RTGS / Wire Transfer in our OBC (Oriental Bank of Commerce).While making online payment, authors are further requested to mention their Paper ID and Name in Payment Remark to enable us to trace your payment in the Bank Statement. Kindly also note to add the applicable bank charges, if any, for online payment.
    3. No Cheque payment is accepted.

    Step 1

    Choose Payment Method

    At least one author of each accepted paper must be registered for the conference so that the paper appear in the proceedings and be scheduled for presentation. Participating members may register using one of the methods mentioned above.


    Step 2

    Make Payment and Save Payment Receipt

    The payment can be made through PayU as mentioned above or through NEFT / RTGS / Wire Transfer with details provided below.

    While making online payment, authors are further requested to mention their Paper ID and Name in Payment Remark to enable us to trace your payment in the Bank Statement. Kindly also note to add the applicable bank charges, if any, for online payment.

    Bank Details

    Name of the Bank: Oriental Bank of Commerce

    Branch: Niranjanpur, Dehradun

    Name of Account: Next Generation Computing Technology Society

    Account Number: 20721131000298

    IFSC code: ORBC0102072

    or Make your Payment through PayU by clicking on the following button. Convenience Fees Applicable.


    Step 3

    Fill Registration Form

    Click here to download Registration Form


    Step 4

    Fill e-Copyright

    Click here to download Copyright Form


    Step 5

    Prepare Camera Ready Copy (CRC)

    Click here to download Paper Format (Latex / Word)


    Final Step

    Scan the documents and email

    Please mail us the following five documents at ngctconference2018@gmail.com with Subject line as "Registration with your Easy Chair Paper ID":

    1. Payment Receipt (Pdf Format)
    2. Registration Form Filled in pdf format.
    3. Copyright form signed by author.
    4. CRC copy.
    5. Original Source Copy (docx/Latex format).

    Important Dates

    Last Date of Paper Submission : August 20, 2018 September 30, 2018

    Paper Acceptance Notification : October 20, 2018

    Last date for receiving CRC and Registration : November 05, 2018

    Conference Dates : November 21-22, 2018

    Publication

    Publication Partner

    Accepted and presented papers will be submitted to

    Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS)
    Series ISSN No: 1865-0929

    It is planned to publish the peer reviewed and selected papers of conference as proceedings with Springer in their prestigious Communications in Computer and Information Science series.
    CCIS series H-Index is 29

    Extended version of selected papers will be published in:

    • Cluster Computing (Springer) indexed in SCIE and SCOPUS: “Special Issue on Innovations in Cluster Computing using Big-Data and Advanced Networks."

    • International Journal of Computational Vision and Robotics (InderScience) indexed in SCOPUS and ACM: Special Issue on "Cognitive Image Analysis and Machine Vision for Human Computer Interaction"

    • International Journal of Measurement Technologies and Instrumentation Engineering (IJMTIE) indexed in ACM and INSPEC: “Special Issue on Advance Computing, Communication and Automation”

    • International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics (InderScience) indexed in ESCI: Special issue on "Hybrid Intelligent Systems for Information and Data Convergence"

    About Previous Conferences

    NGCT 2017

    NGCT-2017, 3rd International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies (NGCT-2017) has been successfully organized under the aegis of ‘School of Computer Science and Engineering’ in UPES and was technically sponsored by Springer, Computer Society of India and IUPRAI and co-sponsored by SERB-DST, DRDO, IBM and Springer during 30th and 31st Oct 2017. The theme of the conference was “Smart and Innovative Trends in Next Generation Computing”. Prof. Pushpak Bhattacharyya, Director, IIT Patna, Prof. Rajkumar Buyya, Director Cloud Labs, University of Melbourne, Prof. R. K. Shyamasundar, IIT Bombay and Prof. Valentena E Balas, University “Aurel Vlaicu” Arad (Romania) has inaugurated the conference on 30th Oct. In total 139 quality research papers were presented, which were selected out of 948 submissions from various reputed international and national institutes. The presentations were made on indulging themes like Smart and Innovative Trends in Data Science and Machine Learning, Computer Networks and Communication Protocols, Image Processing and Machine Vision, Security and Privacy and Natural Language Processing. For more details you may visit http://ngct2017.ngct.org/



    NGCT 2016

    2nd International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies was held on 14th – 16th Oct, 2016 at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India. Theme for the conference was “Current and Future Trends”. This conference was technically co-sponsored by IEEE, UP Section. Conference was well received by the researchers from academia and industry as well, in this conference total 437 papers were submitted by various authors from different parts of the globe, after rigors review process (blind triple reviewing after plagiarism check through Turnitin) 159 papers were accepted to present in the conference. Eminent people like Dr. Michael Coyle, CEO of Avatar Med Vision US, LLC, North Carolina, USA, Dr. Piyush Maheshwari, Ph.D. Manchester, Senior Member IEEE Professor - CS & IT, Head of Engineering, Amity University, Dubai, Dr. Ethirajan Govinda Rajan, Director, Pentagram Labs Inc, California, USA, Scientific Advisor, Helios & Matheson Analytics, USA, Dr P. Sekhar, Chief Promoter, Chairman & MD, Micro Technologies (India) Ltd India and Dr. Ram Murthy Garimella, Associate Professor, International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Hyderabad, India were the keynote speakers. For more details you may visit http://ngct2016.ngct.org/



    NGCT 2015

    1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies was held on 4th and 5th Sept, 2015 at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India. Theme for the conference was “Current and Future Trends” and it was technically sponsored by IEEE, UP Section. Conference was well received by the researchers from academia and industry as well, in this conference total 800 papers were submitted by various authors from different parts of the globe, after rigors review process (blind triple reviewing after plagiarism check through Turnitin) 202 papers were accepted to present in the conference. Eminent people like Professor Ezendu Ariwa, Dept. of Computer Science and Technology, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, Prof. Dr. Ramin Yahyapour, Director, GWDG University Göttingen, Germany, Dr. Piyush Maheshwari, Head (R&D and Innovation), Ericsson India, Senior Member IEEE, Prof Sanjay Misra, Covenant University, OTA, Nigeria, Dr. Shailendra Singh, Vice President – Data Analytics, DIMTS (Delhi Integrated Multi-Model Transit System) Limited, New Delhi, India, Dr. Ethirajan Govinda Rajan, President, Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited, India and Dr. Zaki Qureshey, Founder& C.E.O, E2Labs Information Security Pvt. Ltd., India were the key the note speakers. For more details you may visit http://ngct2015.ngct.org/

    How to Reach

    By Air

    Jolly Grant Airport is a domestic airport which is situated at a distance of 25 kms from the centre of the city. The nearest International Airport is situated in New Delhi, at a distance of about 235 kms from Dehradun and provides approximately 7 daily flights to Dehradun.

    By Rail

    Dehradun Railway Station is the nearest rail head of the Northern Railways .The railway station is situated at a distance of about 2 kms from the center of the city. Major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi, Ujjain and Indore are connected by regular as well as frequent train services from the main city. Regular buses as well as taxi are available right from the railway station.

    By Road

    State owned Uttarakhand Transport provides regular bus service (Deluxe A/C bus , Volvo, and various other categories of buses ) from the main city to all major destinations.

    How to Reach UPES Campus from Dehradun City

    By Taxi/Auto

    After reaching the Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand , Taxi / Auto will be available 24 Hours. The fare for taxi is approx Rs 1200/- (from Airport) and approx Rs. 500 (from Railway / Bus stand).

    By Private Vehicle

    From Bus Stand please follow the following sequence:

    Bus Stand --> Niranjanpur Mandi (~ 3 KM) --> Rohan Motorts (~ 1 KM) --> Balliwala Chowk (~ 2 KM) ---> Ballupur Chowk (~ 2 KM) ---> IMA (~ 3 KM)---> Prem Nagar (~ 3 KM)---> Nanda Ki Chowki (~ 2 KM)---> Bidholi (~ 10 KM)----> UPES Campus

    Suggested Hotel Accomodation

    The Solitaire
    Haridwar By-Pass Road Near Mahindra Show Room
    Ajabpur Kalan Dehradun-248001
    Contact: 8650002063

    Free Transport Facility is available from Hotel Solitaire to UPES (Both to and fro)

    Contact us

    For General Enquiry :

    Email: ngct@ddn.upes.ac.in
    Contact: 9971999472 (Mr. Ankit Vishnoi)

    School of Computer Science
    University of Petroleum & Energy Studies,
    P.O. Bidholi Via-Prem Nagar
    Dehradun-248007
    Tel : +91-135-2102691/692, +91-135-2776095/054
    Fax : +91-135-2776095