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Professor Anil. K. Jain

Michigan State University, USA

Professor Jain is a distinguished professor from Michigan State University, USA. His research interests includes: biometric recognition, pattern recognition and computer vision. Professor Jain is one of the seniors of IEEE Fellow. His research in biometrics recieved worldwide recognition. He currently hold the highest H-Index of publication in the field of pattern recognition.


Professor Dame Wendy Hall

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Professor Hall is widely known as the co-founder of World Wide Web Consortium, along with Sir. Tim Berners-Lee. She is a professor from Southampton University, United Kingdom. She is also the director of Web Science Institute. In 2009, she was  awarded “Dame Commander of the British Empire” due to her contributions in Engineering Policy and Education. Her research interests includes: web science, semantic web and hypermedia


Professor Toshio Fukuda

Nagoya University, Japan

Professor Fukuda is a well known professor in the field of robotics and nano-mechatronics. He is a professor from Nagoya University, Japan. Professor Fukuda was the former IEEE Robotics and Automation Society president. Professor Fukuda is the Editor in Chief  for the Advanced Computational Intelligence and Informatics (JACIII). His research interests includes: robotics system, micro and nano robotics, technical diagnosis, and error recovery systems.


Professor Masatoshi Ishikawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Professor Ishikawa is a professor in the Department Creative Informatics, Department of Information Phyisics and Computing, and Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics. Professor Ishikawa recieved over 50 awards in the field of Computer Science. His research interests includes: sensor technology, robotics, image processing, perception and behaviour systems, and sensor fusion

  Professor José A.B. Fortes, Ph.D       

University of Florida, USA

José A.B. Fortes is the AT&T Eminent Scholar and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Florida where he founded and is the Director of the Advanced Computing and Information Systems Laboratory. He has authored or coauthored over 200 technical papers and has lead the development and deployment of Cloud and Grid-computing software used in several cyberinfrastructures for e-Science and digital government. His research interests are in the areas of distributed computing, autonomic computing, computer architecture, parallel processing and fault-tolerant computing.

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Professor Kevin Burrage

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Prof Kevin Burrage joined Oxford University in early 2008 and now Professor of Computational Systems Biology at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford and the Oxford Centre for Integrative Systems Biology.  Prof Kevin Burrage is a member of the Computational Cardiac Modelling and Simulation group within Computer Science. Prof Kevin Burrage is also a theme leader in the new Institute for Future Environments at QUT http://www.qut.edu.au/institute-for-future-environments. Prof Kevin Burrage was a supernumerary fellow of New College at Oxford University between 2008-2012.  Before coming to Oxford, Prof Kevin Burrage  was a Federation Fellow of the Australian Research Council (2003-2008) at the University of Queensland.


SubhasProfessor Subhas Mukhopadhyay

Massey University, New Zealand

Professor Mukhopadhyay has more than 24 years of experience in teaching, industry, and research experience. He is currently a Professor of Remote Sensing at Massey University, New Zealand. His research interests includes smart sensor and remote sensing technology, instrumentation technique, wireless sensor networks, numerical calculation, and electromagnetics. Prfessor Mukhopadhyay has published more than 280 international journals and conference proceedings. He has delivered 190 presentations, including keynote speech, invited speech, tutorial, and special courses.