- Articles have explored artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, machine learning, computer networks and security, data mining, microwave circuits, renewable energy and PV, wireless communications, and more.
- The keynote speaker, Professor Jalel Ben Othman from the University of Paris, presented a study on “Improving vehicle safety and mobility in smart cities” modeled for the city of Abu Dhabi
Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates: The 3rd International Conference on Electrical and Computing Technologies and Applications (ICECTA 2022) organized by the American University of Ras Al Khaimah (AURAK) attracted 99 technical papers from 40 universities around the world, presenting theoretical and practical developments in the fields of electrical engineering, computer technologies, their applications and related fields.
Papers presented at the two-day conference held at AURAK covered a wide range of topics including IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology, Machine Learning, Computer Networks and Security, Data Mining , microwave circuits, renewable energy and PV, wireless communications and even Bitcoin money laundering.
Professor Jalel Ben Othman, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Paris, in an in-depth presentation on “Improving vehicle safety and mobility in smart cities” based on his study for the city of Abu Dhabi, explained the role of “self-organizing networks in which each vehicle can be part of the network topology and can automatically exchange information with all other routers.
His study focused on vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) which offer many advantages such as easy deployment, user mobility and network access to users regardless of location, but the flip side of medal is that they suffer from security problems.
In order to avoid fatalities, collisions and traffic jams, Professor Jalel recommended better transmission of information to drivers and more efficient driver-to-driver communication via 5G networks, AI and Edge Computing. He said the way forward is through connected vehicles with the deployment of self-driving cars, autopilot cars and flying cars.
Teacher. Khalid Hussain, Dean of the School of Engineering, AURAK, Chairman of the ICECTA 2022 Steering Committee: “Today we live in the age of the information explosion. Sensors, cell phones, cameras and data collection devices are deployed everywhere. They are interconnected through the Internet using cellular networks and other communication methods. The enormous amount of data available represents a major challenge for the engineering and scientific communities in terms of communication, analysis and information security.
“On the other hand, the production of clean and pollution-free energy is a pressing issue worldwide. In addition to generating energy from non-fossil fuel sources like the sun and wind, this involves developing more efficient energy management strategies. The International Conference on Electrical and Computing Technologies and Applications paves the way for constructive discussions and collaborations to address these issues.”
Professor Maen Takruri, Director of ICONECT, AURAK and Chairman of the Organizing Committee of ICECTA, said: “The conference has been designed to provide engineers, professionals, academics and researchers with a platform to share their results. current research papers and explore recent developments, current practices and future directions in research. Our technical program was rich and dynamic, with three keynotes and 99 technical papers. The event also included a competition for students who were invited to present their own articles.
Professor Amjad Omar, Chair of the Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering and Chair of the ICECTA Technical Committee, said: “A group of 67 professional and dedicated technical reviewers from the United States, Canada, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Jordan participated in the selection of papers. A total of 125 papers were submitted to the conference, of which 28 were rejected. Meanwhile, the student paper competition attracted submissions from 41 students from different universities. The top three were selected for recognition and awards on the final day.
The Industry Advisory Committee and Technology Program Committee were comprised of experts from AURAK and other leading local and international universities. The conference was supported by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and sponsored by Huawei, Du and Software AG.
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