2-3 September 2021
Country: United States
Education: Master's Degree
Affiliation: University of Cincinnati
Domain of Research: Technology Trends,Machine Vision,Intelligent Systems,Artificial Intelligence,Software Engineering and Quality,3G/4G Network Evolutions,Action Languages,Agents and Multi-agent Systems,Ambient Assisted Living,Ambient Intelligence,Ant colony optimization,Artificial Consciousness and Artificial Brain,Artificial Imagination,Artificial Intelligence,Artificial Intuition,Artificial Neural Networks,Assistive Robots,Augmented Reality,Automated Planning And Scheduling,Autonomous Robots,Bayesian networks,Big Data,Big data analytics for security,Bioinformatics,Biometrics,Business Intelligence,Cellular Networks,Cloud Computing,Cognitive Radio,Collaborative Learning,Combinatorial optimization,Communication,Communication Protocols,Computational Creativity,Computational Intelligence,Computational Learning Theory,Computer Aided Network Design,Computer Forensics,Computer Networks,Computer Vision,Creative and Entertaining Robots,Cryptography,Curriculum Content Design,Cyber Security,Data Mining,Data Retrieval and Data Mining,Data Science,Databases,Decision Making,Decision Support Systems,Decision theory,Delivery Systems and Environments,Design Automation,Digital Circuits,Digital Communication Systems,Digital Goods and Services,Digital Marketing,Digital Signal Processing,Distance Learning,Distributed Computing,Distributed Systems,Dynamic programming,e-Business,e-Commerce,Educational Systems Design,e-Governance,e-Learning,e-Learning Organisational Issues,e-Learning Tools,Electronic Data Interchange (EDI),Electronics,Enterprise Resource Planning,Evolutionary Algorithms,Evolutionary Computing,E-Waste,Expert Systems,Facial and Object Recognition,Fuzzy Logic,General Intelligence,Genetic Algorithms,Geographic Information Systems,GPS,Green Computing,Health care Systems,High Performance Computing,Human Computer Interaction,Human-Robot Interaction,Image Processing,Image Processing and Analysis,Image/Video Processing,Information Retrieval,Information Theory,Intelligent Driving,Intelligent Systems,Internet of Things,Internet Security,Intrusion Detection,Knowledge Engineering and Mining,Knowledge Management,Knowledge Representation,Localization,Machine Learning,Machine Perception,Machine Vision,Medical Diagnosis,Mobile Adhoc Networks,Mobile Applications,Mobile Communications,Mobile Robots,Motion And Manipulation,Motion Planning,Multimedia Communication,Natural Language Processing,Network Security,Networking,Neural Networks,Neuro-Fuzzy Systems,Numerical Analysis,Ontology Engineering,Open Spectrum Solutions,Optical Communication Systems,Parallel and Distributed Computing,Parallel Computing,Pattern Recognition,Perception and Learning,Pervasive Computing,Planning,Power Electronics,Problem Solving,Quality of Service,Quantum Computing,Robotics,Satellite Communication Systems,SCADA,Secure Protocols,Secure Transactions,Security,Security Intelligence,Segmentation Techniques,Semantic Networks,Sensing and Sensor Networks,Sentiment Analysis,Signal Processing,Simulation,Smart Buildings and Cities,Smart Cities,Smart Grid,Smart Healthcare,Social Computing,Soft Computing,Software Engineering,Software Quality,Spam Detection,Speech Recognition,Supervised and Unsupervised Learning,Support Vector Machines,Swarm Intelligence,Systems Architectures,Technology Trends,Unmanned Systems,Video Analysis,Virtual Learning Environments,Virtual Reality,Web Analytics,Web Services and Performance,Web-based Learning Communities,Wireless Communication
Biography: Nirmalya Thakur is associated with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio, United States. His research interests have been interdisciplinary, with a specific focus at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction with Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Robotics, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Blockchain and their applications in the context of solving real-world problems to improve the quality of life of elderly people in Smart Homes. He has authored 26 peer-reviewed publications in the form of 19 conference papers, 2 journal papers and 5 book chapters. His work has been cited 67 times with as many as 51 citations coming in 2020 alone. He has delivered a total of 22 presentations which include 5 keynote addresses and 17 invited presentations at several international conferences all over the world. He has published an edited book titled – ‘HCI and Beyond: Advances Towards Smart and Interconnected Environments’ and has also completed more than 100 certifications related to emerging technologies in Human-Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Robotics, Machine Learning, Internet of Things and Blockchain, primarily via LinkedIn Learning, to stay updated with the recent developments in these fields. Nirmalya Thakur’s accomplishments in research have earned him several accolades both from the University of Cincinnati (UC) and beyond. He just received $5000 from UC’s Office of Research under the Graduate Student Stipend and Research Cost Program for Faculty (URC) - Student Collaboration to support his research. In 2018-19, he received the Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship Award and the Risk Management Award from UC. In view of his breakthrough research in Computer Science, his biography was featured as a worldwide press release by ‘Marquis Who’s Who’ in 2019, who since 1899 have chronicled the lives and achievements of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from around the world for their outstanding contributions to different fields. He has been associated with 27 international conferences as a committee member. He is currently associated with 17 journals as an editor/reviewer and has reviewed more than 60 papers for different conferences and journals. He is organizing an invited session – ‘Human-Computer, Human-Robot and User Experience Technologies’ at the upcoming 24th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. He is also an active member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Interaction Design Foundation (IDF), Association for Information Systems (AIS), International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT) and Association of Scientists, Developers and Faculties (ASDF).