CALL for papers

Workshop on Smart Solutions and Applications

Emerging trends in smart city solutions are the key facilitators for the spread and adoption of intelligent applications. This workshop will bring together a group of professionals who are interested in emerging smart solutions for crucial applications in a variety of domains.

This workshop also intends to bring together cutting-edge industrial and academic research to create a holistic, innovative solution for crucial applications across multiple sectors. The research that has been submitted will look at new and innovative intelligent applications that have been made possible by recent research and commercial trends. Diverse obstacles associated with smart solutions, as well as contentious concerns in services and applications in various sectors such as computer vision, social listening, IoT, smart city, and security, will be discussed.

Several firms and projects are already creating AI and Big Data applications to meet the increased need for smart solutions. For example, the CMC-CIST has shown how computer vision for face recognition, blockchain for banking and customs, social data and in-house data for risk, and social listening for analyzing customer response can all be linked. Intelligent solutions and applications can assist local and regional governments in making more effective smart city decisions. The session demonstrates a methodology for increasing the prominence of high-knowledge domains in the future.

Takeaways of the Workshop

This session aims to provide strategies for developing intelligent solutions and applications that are better and faster. Research in this area focuses on emerging techniques such as blockchain, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision modeling and analysis, modeling and analysis, sensors and sensor networks analytics, tools, methods, algorithms, and application areas such as the Internet of Things security. Smart solutions and applications have developed a wide range of experiences and interests in this session. The current collaboration expands on the international potential of the Smart solution concept and methodology, based on the outcomes and lessons learned from the previous event.

Call for Paper for Workshhop Connected Special Session Chair’s :

  • Thurst Area
  • Internet of Things security through emerging techniques including, but not limited to, blockchain, machine learning, deep learning
  • Computer vision modeling and analysis
  • Modeling and data analysis
  • Sensors and sensor networks

Important Dates

Due Date for Submission Manuscript:  10 November 2021

Due Date for Review’s to Author: 10 December 2021

Due Date for Final decision to Authors:  25 December 2021

Contact person’s Information

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Anh

Mobile phone: +84989190192