1st International Conference Of Applied Computing & Smart Cities (ICACS21 ) - 2nd Day
Cities stand to benefit the most from connecting people, processes, data, and things. A Smart City exploits sustainable information and communication technologies to improve quality of life, health, education, and also the performance of urban services for citizens.
Under the supervision of the board of trustees and the presidency of Knowledge University, on Sunday 23/1/2022 Knowledge University held a second day of the International conference entitled: 1st International Conference of Applied Computing & Smart Cities (ICACS21) at 9:00 am, KNU campus in the city of Erbil, Iraq.
Overall, in terms of participation in ICACS21, almost half of the papers submitted were international. A total of 35 papers were received. In order to guarantee the quality of the papers published our international technical program committee comprises of 21 experts in the fields relevant ICACS21. Each submitted manuscript was reviewed by at least 3 reviewers and only 19 papers made it to the final round; almost a 54% acceptance rate.
The importance of this scientific occasion is seen in this scientific co-ordination between the four universities: Wolverhampton University and Sanniga, St. Valley University and Tikrit University, where each is a high academic profile holder.
Below are the links relevant to this event:
Accepted Papers: ICACS21 - Accepted Papers (google.com)
Agenda link: ICACS21 - Agenda (google.com)
Organizing Committee: ICACS21 - Organizing Committee (google.com)
Technical Committee: ICACS21 - Technical Committee (google.com)
Keynote Speakers: ICACS21 - Keynote Speakers (google.com)
- AI and Machine Learning for secure and sustainable smart cities
- Cloud/edge/fog computing for smart cities
- IoT and Cyber Physical Systems for smart cities
- Secure and Trustworthy Computing for smart cities
- Energy harvesting and sustainability in smart cities
- Employment of IoT and mobile network technologies in education
- AI enabled IoT education systems
- Machine learning for IoT Systems
- IoT for health care systems
- Sustainable power system based on IoT and AI
- Protocols and algorithms for wireless sensor networks
- Internet of Flying Things
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in IoT
- Social media and urban awareness
- Blockchain for IoT networks
- 5G and beyond 5G networks
- Wearable devices for communications and computing
The next step is coordinate with ITM Web of Conference (Europe, France) to publish all accepted papers with DOI and other indexing services.
The local proceedings of the conference will be available soon on the KNU’s website.