7th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics (RTCSE)
05-07 January 2022
Room 105, University of Hawaii, Manoa 2520 Correa Road, IT Center Honolulu, HI 96822
Aalborg University, Denmark
D. M. Akbar Hussain is working as an associate professor in the department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University Denmark. He holds a PhD degree in Control Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences (EAPS), University of Sussex ENGLAND, more specifically, in the field of state estimation / Tracking and its implementation on multi-processor systems. The main focus of his research is related with computer and control engineering. He has made contributions in several energy related areas for example; PV integration with grid and security issues related with grid communication network, energy efficient hardware design and design of control to get maximum power from a wind turbine. He has the experience of working in three continents (ASIA, EUROPE and NORTH AMERICA) with different cultural heritage and feels proud in adapting to these environments adequately. He has multi-discipline/cross disciplined ability in teaching and he has have been teaching both core computer science and engineering subjects, for example Computer Architecture, Micro-controller Programming, Compiler Construction, Operating Systems, Software Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Real Time and Embedded System Programming, Databases and Engineering Management. He is chief editor of a Springer Book CCIS series published in November 2008, 2013; he is also author of a contributory chapter in a book “Parallel Processing in Control System Environment, published by Prentice Hall UK, 1993, edited by Eric Rogers. He has reasonable publications record in the various fields of his interest and expertise in some refereed journals, Springer books and conference papers. He has been the Chief Editor of Journal of Software Engineering, Associate Editor of International Journal on Computer Engineering and Information Technology (IJCEIT), Editor of Advances in Computer Science and IT, Editor of International Journal of Computer Science and Software Technology (IJCSST) Editor Board Member of International Journal of Multidisciplinary Sciences and Engineering (IJMSE), Regional Editor for Journal of Computing & Applications, Editorial Board Member for ACRS International Journal on computing & ACRS Journal on Mathematics and Computer Science and Member of International Committee for IMECS. He has also reviewed couple of books on filtering, management, computer science and actively involved in reviewing conference papers related with his research. He is external examiner, chairman of the evaluation committee and coordinator for over 20 PhD examinations. He was member of the E-study board of Aalborg University for many years and now is an observer for the same study board. He is coordinator for 3 different semesters, currently and in the past he has been active member of the department in connection with coordination, supervision, administration and curriculum review. He has formally obtained a certificate in management from the University of Toronto, CANADA, Adjunktpædagogikum ved Aalborg Universitet (University Pedagogy for Assistant Professors).
University of Hawaiʻi - West Oʻahu, USA
Dr. Levy is globally renowned for his original interdisciplinary research for addressing complex system-of-systems problems lying at the confluence of society, technology and the environment, with applications in disaster robotics, participatory disaster risk governance, intelligent autonomous vehicles, sustainable hazard mitigation and emergency management decision making. Dr. Levy's research uses a wide range of decision making methodologies and techniques in order to promote disaster resilience and to manage the cascading impacts of hazards and disasters that cross policy domains, geographic regions, political administrations and sectoral boundaries including natural-technologic (na-tech) crises, health-related emergencies, fluvial and marine disasters, and global climate change.
National University of Mayor de San Marcos and National University Federico Villarreal, Peru
DEAN, MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (MUET), JAMSHORO, PAKISTAN
Central University of Technology, South Africa
Professor, The Oxford College of Engineering, India
Department of Computer Science, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.