MGM University

The MGM Trust continues its journey of imparting value based services and creating global technocrats with its self – financed private “MGM University” launched at Aurangabad, Maharashtra with the approval of Government of Maharashtra and passing of MGM University Act 2019 by Maharashtra Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.

About ICAMIDA

As on date, huge volumes of data are being generated through sensors, satellites, and simulators. Modern research on data analytics and its applications reveal that several algorithms are being designed and developed to process these datasets, either through the use of sequential and parallel processes. In the current scenario of Industry 4.0, data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning are being used to support decisions in space and time. Further, the availability of Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) and Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) have enabled to processing of these datasets. Some of the applications of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Analytics are in the domains of Agriculture, Climate Change, Disaster Prediction, Automation in Manufacturing, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Health Care, Retail, Stock Market, Fashion Design, etc. The international conference on Applications of Machine Intelligence and Data Analytics aims to bring together faculty members, researchers, scientists, and industry people on a common platform to exchange ideas, algorithms, knowledge based on processing hardware and their respective application programming interfaces (APIs).

Objectives

To provide opportunities for the researchers, academicians, industry experts and students to interact and exchange ideas.

To serve as a forum to exchange ideas and forge memoranda of understanding among researchers, scientists, faculty experts, research organizations, industry and MGM University.

To focus on emergent issues at the international level by bringing together experts from different countries of the World.

Conference Tracks

Theoretical developments in AI / ML and Data Analytics

Ubiquitous Computing, Data Analytics, Computer Vision, High Performance Computing, Human Computer Interface, AI, Blockchain, IoT and Robotics, Security and Privacy Applications, Optimization and Modern Mathematics, KDD

Societal applications

Green Technology and Applications, Smart Grids,, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Electrical Vehicles, Earth Observation, Lunar Mapping, Astrophysics, Global Climate Prediction, Healthcare Management, Health and Fitness Predictions, Wearable devices, Mental Health, Disabilities

Industrial applications

Smart Cities, Manufacturing and Production Engineering, Industrial and Home Automation, Additive Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, HVAC and Refrigeration, Modern Machining, Structural Health Monitoring, Microelectronics, Electronic and Advanced Materials, Smart Materials, Nano Materials, Solid State Physics, NLP, Signal Processing, Antennas, Networking, Media and Entertainment.

Applications in Chemical Engineering

Polymers, Refineries and Petrochemical Plants, Food Processing, Nuclear Applications, Nanotechnology

Agricultural applications

Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, Modern Agricultural Technology, Water & Soil Research

Governance and Econometrics

Urban and Rural Planning, Smart Mobility and Infrastructure, Disaster Management, Forecasting and Prediction, Blockchain, Land records, econometrics, Heritage, Culture & Tourism

Important Dates

01

June 10, 2022

Abstract submission

02

October 10, 2022

Complete paper submission due

03

October 15, 2022

Notification of paper acceptance

04

October 20, 2022

Final manuscript due

05

October 30, 2022

Registration and full payment due

06

December 22 – 24, 2022

Conference date

Registrations

Registration Details

SR. No. 

Description 

Registration Fee for Single Paper for presenting Author

Registration Fee per head  for Attendees  

Indian Author (Industry) 

₹ 8000

₹ 6000 

Indian Author (Academician)

₹ 6000

₹ 4000 

Foreign Author (Academician)

USD 190

USD 150

Research Scholars 

₹ 5000

₹ 3000 

*Attending Authors will need to register separately.

Publication of the proceedings of the conference:-

The papers accepted after the due review process and presented in the conference shall be submitted for possible inclusion in Springer series, Advances in Computer Science Research, provided they meet the quality standards.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. D.B Pathak

Professor, CSE
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Dr Uddhav Bhosle

Vice Chancellor
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded

Dr. K V Kale

Vice Chancellor
Dr BATU, Lonere

Dr. Ravi Gudi

Professor, Chemical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

Dr. Vandita Shrivastava

Scientist/Engineer - SF
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing

Dr. Aidan Murphy

Post Doctoral Researcher
University College Dublin, Ireland

Patrons

Hon. Dr. P. M. Jadhav

Vice Chairman, MGM

Hon. Shri. Ankushrao Kadam

Chancellor & Secretary, MGM University

Hon. Shri Pratap Borade

Technical Director and Trustee MGM

Hon. Dr. Vilas Sapkal

Vice Chancellor, MGM University, Aurangabad

Steering Committee

Dr. Ashish Gadekar

Registrar
MGM University Aurangabad

Dr. H H Shinde

Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology
MGM University

Dr. Rekha Shelke,

Dean
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities

Dr. Prapti Deshmukh

Dean, Basic and Applied Sciences
MGM University

Dr. Parvati Dutta

Dean, Performing Arts
MGM University

Dr. Vijaya Deshmukh

Dean, Management and Commerce
MGM University

Dr. (Col.) Pradeep Kumar

CoE, MGM University

Shri A. B. Pentawar

AFO, MGM University


Program chair

Dr. Sharvari C. Tamane

Professor and HOD
University Department of Information & Communication Technology
MGM University, Aurangabad.


Program Co-chairs

Dr. R. R. Deshmukh

Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, JNEC and Director, IQAC
MGM University, Aurangabad


Program Co-chairs

Dr. Suddhasheel Ghosh

Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, JNEC
MGM University, Aurangabad

Organizing Chair

Dr. Sonal S. Deshmukh

Head, Department of Master of Computer Applications
MGM University, Aurangabad

Organizing Committee

All HOIs and Professors from constituent Institutes and departments of MGM University

All HoDs and Coordinators of all constitutes of MGM University

Advisory Committee

Mr. R K Vyas

President
Computer Society of India

Prof. A K Nayak

Immediate Past President
Computer Society of India

Dr A K Saini

Vice President
Computer Society of Indian

Dr Pradeep Kumar Rathi

Regional Vice President
Region-VI, Computer Society of India

Prof. O. P. Vyas

Visiting Professor
(Univ. of Paderborn-Germany)
Professor (I.T.) & Program Mentor
(Business Informatics)
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Allahabad

Dr Uday A Dabade

Professor, Dept of Mechanical Engineering
Walchand COE, Sangli
Shivaji University Kolhapur

Dr. S. M. Jadhav

Associate Professor and Head
Dept. of IT
Dr BATU Lonere

Prof V N Tawade

Professor Emeritus
Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College
MGM University, Aurangabad

Dr S R Sutar

Associate Professor
Dept. of IT
Dr BATU. Lonere

Prof. V. J. Kadam

Assistant Professor
Dept. of IT
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. Sachin M. Pore

Associate Professor and Head
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. L. D. Netak

Associate Professor
Dept. of CSE
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. S. R. Bhagat

Assistant Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. M. Sadaiah

Professor & Head
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. K. Vadirajacharya

Professor
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. S L Nalbalwar

Professor & Head
Department of Electronics & Telecomm. Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Dr. S B Deosarkar

Professor
Department of Electronics & Telecomm. Engineering
Dr BATU Lonere

Technical Committee

Dr. Vishwanath Bijalwan

Assistant Professor
Institute of Technology
Gopeshwar, India

Dr. Suddhasheel Ghosh

Associate Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering, JNEC
Aurangabad (TPC Chair), India

Dr. Meghna V Kshirsagar

Post Doctoral Researcher, University College, Dublin,
Ireland

Dr. Uttara Dhananjay Gogate

Associate Professor
Department of Computer Engineering
Shivajirao S. Jondhale COE
Dombivali (E), University of Mumbai ,India

Dr Manoj Semwal

Senior Scientist
CSIR-CIMAP, Lucknow, India

Ms. Savita Zalki

HOD
Department of Computer Engineering
Shivajirao S. Jondhale COE
Dombivali (E), University of Mumbai, India

Dr Prashant Nair

Director IQAC and Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Amrita School of Engineering
Coimbatore Campus, India

Onyewuchi Njoku

Graduate Research Assistant at University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Joseph Ajagunmolu Mayaki (PhD)

Faculty Edo State University Uzairue, Nigeria.

Dr. Shilpa Mehta

Auckland University of Technology, Auckland,
New Zealand

Dr. Alaa El Din Mahmoud

Environmental Sciences Department, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Egypt

Dickson Adom (PhD)

Dept. of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

Dr Johra Khan

Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences,
College of Applied Medical Sciences, Majmaah University, KSA

Georgian A. Morgan-Clarke

Human Ecology department, Foga Road High School
The University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI),
West Indies

Dr Comfort Olebara

Computer Science Department, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria.

Dr Valentina Della Corte

Professor of Business Management at Federico University of Naples, Italy

Samuel Oluwagbemiga Ishola

Architectural Engineer & Doctoral Student,
Succor Developers & DMG Associates Ltd., Ibadan, Nigeri
Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic

Dr. Vishal Waghmare

Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science, (DST-FIST Sponsored Department) Vivekanand College, Tarabai Park, Kolhapur-416 003(MS) India

Contact

Address

MGM University,
MGM Campus, N-6, CIDCO,
Aurangabad, Maharashtra,India,
431003

Dr. Sharvari C. Tamane

Program Chair

[email protected],
+91-9404494299

Dr. R. R. Deshmukh

Program Co-chair

[email protected],
+91-9422749908

Sponsors

Aurangabad

DAULATABAD FORT

Daulatabad Fort is a fortified citadel located atop a conical hill in Aurangabad, about 200 meters above the sea level. Its strategic location, incredible architecture and three-layer defense system made it one of the most powerful hill fortresses of the medieval period. It served as the capital of the Yadava Dynasty and the Delhi Sultanate as well as the secondary capital of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate at different points in history. The fort, which now is a key tourist attraction in Aurangabad, offers spectacular views of the surrounding areas.

AJANTA CAVES

The Ajanta Caves constitute ancient monasteries and worship-halls of different Buddhist traditions carved into a 75-metre (246 ft) wall of rock. The caves also present paintings depicting the past lives and rebirths of the Buddha, pictorial tales from Aryasura's Jatakamala, and rock-cut sculptures of Buddhist deities.

ELLORA CAVES

Carved top down with just three different types of chisels and hammers, Ellora cave temples is astonishingly beautiful. It is a Unesco World Heritage Site, one thats needs to be seen to be appreciated. Located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Ellora is the epitome of ancient Indian rock-cut architecture. It was carved out laboriously by Buddhist, Hindu and Jain monks over five centuries

PANCHAKKI

Panchakki, known as the water mill. This monument is located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, displays the scientific thought process put in medieval Indian architecture. It was designed to generate energy via water brought down from a spring on a mountain. The building, attached to the dargah of Baba Shah Musafir a Sufi saint is located in a garden near the Mahmud Darvaza and consist of a mosque, a madrassa, a kacheri, a minister's house, a sarai and houses for zananas.

BIBI KA MAQBARA

The Bibi Ka Maqbara (Tomb of the Lady) is a tomb located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It was commissioned in 1660 by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in the memory of his wife Dilras Banu Begum (posthumously known as Rabia-ud-Daurani) and is considered to be a symbol of Aurangzeb's 'conjugal fidelity'.It bears a striking resemblance to the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum of Aurangzeb's mother, Mumtaz Mahal.