SPEAKERS INCET

Aleksandar Mastilovic

Aleksandar Mastilovic is currently employed as the Director of Telecommunications at the Communications Regulatory Agency Bosnia and Herzegovina, from December 2017. 

Since January 2017, Aleksandar has started serving in the IEEE on the global level as an executive board member. Aleksandar is an active IEEE volunteer for more than 17 years and nowadays he is the active or former member of a few working groups and executive committees on a global level: IEEE Publications Services and Products Board, IEEE Conferences Committee, IEEE Young Professionals Committee, IEEE Platform Guidance Group, IEEE Internet of Things Standards Steering Committee and many others global level OUs, but also in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia in their local sections and chapters. He served in the IEEE Industry Engagement Committee in 2017.

He is very active in promoting smart technologies for improving quality of life and building a smart society at all. Aleksandar has substantial international experience in technical, business, education and regulation/legal side of smart technologies. His working experience helped him to build the Triple-Helix-based understanding and multidisciplinary knowledge from Government-Business-Academia sectors perspective.

His research interest is Cellular Mobile System 4G/5G with focus on Internet of Things applications and services and especially for Smart Cities and their initiatives, but also Computer Networks Design, Routing, and Switching and Communications Security including Applied Mathematics methods and algorithms in Cryptography.Scholars… etc.

Professor ChunChe Lance Fung

Emeritus Professor ChunChe Lance Fung was trained and worked as a Marine Radio and Electronic Officer in Hong Kong during the 70’s. He graduated with a B.Sc. Degree with First Class Honours and a M.Eng. Degree from the University of Wales, UWIST. His PhD Degree was awarded by the University of Western Australia, with a thesis on Artificial Intelligence and Power System Engineering. He has taught at Singapore Polytechnic, Curtin University, and, Murdoch University where he was appointed Emeritus Professor in 2015. His roles have included Associate Dean of Research, Postgraduate Research Director and Director of the Centre for Enterprise Collaborative in Innovative Systems. He has supervised to completion over 31 doctoral students and published over 330 academic articles. His contributions can be viewed at IEEE Xplore, ResearchGate, Google Scholars… etc Lance has been a dedicated volunteer for the IEEE for over 25 years in various positions in the Chapter, WA Section, Australia Council and the Region 10 Executive Committee. Lance continues his research and supervision of postgraduate students and his motto is “Learning has no Boundary”. His profile is located at:  http://profiles.murdoch.edu.au/myprofile/lance-fung/ and his personal website is at Lancefung.net

 

 

V.Susheela Devi
PhD (Indian Institute of Science, 2000)
Principal Research Scientist
Department of Computer Science and Automation
Indian Institute of Science , Bangalore ,Email: susheela@iisc.ac.in

Dr..V Susheela Devi is faculty at IISC Banglore in comuter science and automation branch , she delivered more than 100 talks and published many papers in indexed journals.

Dr. T.C. Manjunath

He has  reviewed many research papers for the various national & international  journals & conferences in India & abroad (more than 200 times). He has 50+ scopus indexed & 30 web of science papers along with more than 25,000 citations in the google scholar portal with more than 50 in h-index & more than 500 in i-10 index.

Dr. Kavi Mahesh

Dr. Kavi Mahesh is the Director of the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Dharwad. Previously, he was the Dean of Research at PES University, Director of the World-Bank funded Research Centre for Knowledge Analytics and Ontological Engineering – KAnOE and a Professor of Computer Science. His areas of interest are knowledge management, analytics, epistemology, ontology, classification studies, text processing and unstructured data management. He has three US patents and has published two books, 16 book chapters and 80 papers which have received over 1300 citations with a h-index of 20, i10-index of 28 and a g-index of 35. Notable among these are the textbook Theory of Computation: A Problem[1]Solving Approach (Wiley India, 2012) and Ten Steps to Maturity in Knowledge Management (Elsevier Pub. UK, 2006). He was earlier with Oracle Corporation, USA and New Mexico State  University and has consulted in the area of Knowledge Management with Infosys,Hewlett Packard, United Nations and EasyLib.com. He holds an M. Tech. in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (1989) and an MS (1991) and a PhD (1995) in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.