ADCOM 2022 Programme

9th March 2023, Thursday [Day 1]

09:00 AM Tutorial registration. Participation is restricted to registered delegates only.
09:30 AM
Tutorial 1: Tutorial 2:
Dr. Ashish Tendulkar, Google Dr. Uma Ranajan, International School of Engineering (INSOF)
Title: Practical deep learning and machine learning with Tensorflow and Keras Title: ChatBots 101 – Imbibing Intelligence into Internet Interactions
Will cover the basics of machine learning from the ground up: Linear Regression; Logistic Regression, deep neural network models like feed forward neual networks, convolutional neural networks and transformer models. Each of these models will be covered with hands on colab notebook developed in tensor flow and keras. Will also cover the mathematical basis of each of these techniques. How computers view languages. Brief overview of the developments in this area. How chatbots including ChatGPT work.Some ideas on how students and professionals can use ChatGPT to enhance their productivity without outsourcing their creativity.
Click here to register for the tutorial
11:00 AM Tea Break
11:30 AM Tutorials continue…
01:00 PM Lunch

Inaugural Session of ADCOM 2022

02:00 PM ADCOM 2022 Registration
02:30 PM Welcome Mr. Jailendra Kumar, President, ACCS
Prof. Debabrata Das, Director, IIIT Bangalore
02:45 PM Invocation  
02:50 PM ADCOM 2022 Program Overview Prof. Bidyadhar Subudhi, GC ADCOM 2022
Prof. Ramesh Vaddi, TPC Chair, ADCOM 2022
03:00 PM Inaugural Address Prof. V. Kamakoti, IIT Madras
03:45 PM Break
04:10 PM Conferment of ACCS Award on Dr. (Ms.) Tessy Thomas, Distinguished Scientist and Dir. General (Aero), DRDO
04:25 PM Vote of Thanks Mr. S. Uma Mahesh, Secretary, ACCS
04:30 PM ACCS Foundation Lecture Dr. (Ms.) Tessy Thomas, Distinguished Scientist and Dir. General (Aero), DRDO
ACCS Foundation Award 2022 Winner
05:15 PM High Tea & Networking
06:00 PM Close

10th March 2023, Friday [Day 2]

08:30 AM ADCOM 2022 Registration
09:00 AM
Technical Paper 9147:
Classifying Internet of Things (IoT) devices and non-IOT devices in data center edge by one dimensional convolutional neural network using behavioral data
Sharath Ramamurthy – NVIDIA Graphics Private Ltd.
Dipankar Dutta – University Institute of Technology, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal
09:20 AM
Technical Paper 3076:
Re-introducing Supervised Machine Learning for IoT Security
Sania Iqbal and Shaima Qureshi – National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
09:40 AM
Technical Paper 2702:
Spectral features based speech emotion recognition using artificial neural network
Neha Dewangan, Sunandan Mandal, Kavita Thakur and Bikesh Kumar Singh – Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh
10:00 AM Keynote – Mr. Sandeep Alur, Microsoft India

Title: The world of Generative AI – Imagine What’s Possible
Technology is on a fast track and so are business demands. More than ever, businesses are at a cusp of aligning to the key trends and platform innovations in the industry. Large language models are quickly becoming an essential platform for people to innovate, apply AI to solve big problems, and imagine what’s possible. During this session, we will delve into the art of the possible considering key innovations under the realm of Open AI.
10:45 AM Break
11:15 AM Keynote – Prof. Alex P James, Digital University Kerala

Title: Future of AI hardware and General Intelligence
The world today is enchanted by the wide set use of data driven AI models and technologies. The popularity of AI in data interpretations, predictive analytics, inference engines and insights are on rise across multiple domains of application. However, the underlying compute hardware technologies fail to keep up with the changing demands and often are energy inefficient. This keynote talk takes a futuristic view on addressing the problems, running through the heart of issues in devices to systems architecture of AI hardware. The way forward, the future of AI from a practical hardware perspective for efficient compute to a responsible design is discussed.
12:00 AM
Technical Paper 2964:
Design and analysis of infrastructure to vehicle visible light communication channel modeling
Paul Cheruvillil and Sriram Kumar – National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
12:20 AM
Technical Paper 3019:
Asymmetric CPW – FED ground plane with circularly polarized printed monopole antenna with SRR
Srishti Prasad and Reshmi Dhara – National Institute of Technology, Sikkim
12:40 AM
Technical Paper 1341:
Circular polarized multi band dual sense square slot antenna fed by coplanar waveguide
Vanka Janaki Rama Santhosh, Andi Vivek and Reshmi Dhara – National Institute of Technology, Sikkim
01:00 PM LUNCH
02:00 PM Keynote – Satish Jamadagni, Reliance

Title: Learnings from the initial 5G deployments and what to expect in 6G Abstract: 5G deployments are well underway across the globe but the uptake in subscription and revenue impact from 5G so far has been negligible. In this talk we try and understand the reasons. 6G discussions have already started at the ITU, we shall discuss the emerging trends 6G and its relevance in to what the industry is expecting from any future wireless technology generation.
02:45 PM
Technical Paper 2120:
A Deterministic Distributed Algorithm for All-Pairs Shortest Paths in Linear Time
Dharmendra Prasad Mahato, Radha Rani and Aman Pratap Singh – National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh
03:05 PM
Technical Paper 6429:
An Efficient Hybrid MPI-OpenMP Based Parallel Approach for Longest Common Subsequence
Akash Yadav, Mustaq Ahmed – Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Alina Khan – Karaganda Medical University, Kazakhstan
03:25 PM
Technical Paper 7084:
On scheduling transaction in grid computing using Gaussian mixture model-ant colony optimization considering load
Dharmendra Prasad Mahato, Radha Rani and Prakratey Rai – National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh
Van Huy Pham – Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam
03:45 PM Break
04:05 PM
Technical Paper 7950:
An approach to solve the Identification and Authentication challenges in Metaverse
Nency Chauhan, Hard Dudhia and Shaji Joseph – Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology
04:25 PM
Technical Paper 7089:
Protection of personal identifiable information using Blockchain Technology
Parul Pachori, Raunak Choudhary and Nisha TN – Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology
04:45 PM
[PhD Form] Paper 5725:
On-chain Off-chain Blockchain Model for IoT using IPFS
Pooja Khobragade and Ashok Kumar Turuk – National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha
05:05 PM High Tea & Networking
06:00 PM CLOSE

11th March 2023, Saturday [Day 3]

09:00 AM Assemble, Meet and Greet
09:30 AM
Technical Paper 9698:
Energy Harvesting in Cellular Radio Access Networks based on Q- Learning
Shruti Sharma – Ajou University, Suwon, South Korea
Neha Dewangan, Sunandan Mandal and Kavita Thakur – Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh
Ashutosh Sharma – Ajou University, Suwon, South Korea
09:50 AM
Technical Paper 7240:
Performance Comparison of Different Physical Layer Authentication Techniques
Hemant Kumar Gupta, Venkatesan C. and B. Rebekka – National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
10:20 AM Keynote – Mr. N. Kishor Narang, Narnix Technolabs

Title: Sustainability & Standardization imperatives for Embedded A.I.
Meta-analysis of the environmental policy and standards challenges presented by emerging technologies collectively referred to as machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). Innovation and standards are always competing with each other, yet the role of standards is to enable technologies to be successfully deployed and for their widespread use by allowing interoperability and global harmonization of technologies. It is well understood and acknowledged that Artificial Intelligence leverages predictive models to help scientists understand how climatic shifts might manifest across the world in the coming decades. But as exciting as it may be to contemplate a world where AI helps tackle the climate crisis, there’s no escaping the bitter irony that AI itself comes with a significant carbon footprint. The emergence of these technologies has already begun profoundly reshaping our lives, our interactions, and our lived environments. As adoption of these technologies becomes widespread, they are likely to play a substantial independent role in society’s energy consumption and environmental impact. The talk takes a systemic & structured view of the System Architecture of upcoming Autonomous & Intelligent systems to help optimize their respective carbon footprint. It proposes a holistic ethical and policy approach towards the design and deployment of AI technologies. It highlights the imperative to embed an awareness of key ethical, standards and policy goals throughout the ecosystem and value chain – from researchers to engineers to corporations to global standards & policymakers – to better generate and distribute metrics that can inform policies oriented towards ethical and sustainable practices.
11:00 AM BREAK
11:20 AM Keynote – Dr. Kalpit Desai, CEO & Co-Founder, Datakalp

Title: Emergent Confluence of Fog Computing, 5G and Privacy Preserving AI
Despite large investments and some of the world’s best minds constantly pushing the envelope on AI, for most organisations, the promise of AI has remained largely on paper due to a variety of practical challenges. This talk is about an emerging confluence of three key technologies – i.e. Fog Computing, 5G Networks and Privacy-Preserving AI – that may finally unlock the benefits of AI for the masses. Fog Computing combines the practical benefits of Edge that brings computation closer to the source of data, with the versatility of Cloud in orchestrating complex, often distributed compute jobs. Fog Computing requires robust communication among Edge nodes as well as between Edge and Cloud. Finally, while AI-powered innovations require adequate and diverse data to learn from, the trust of every stakeholder about fair use of the data is critical for adoption of any such innovations. Technologies such as Federated Learning and Homomorphic Encryption enable AI to learn without compromising privacy. Each leg of this tripod complements the other two, and their confluence will both address completely new use cases and vastly increase adoption of AI-powered solutions for known use cases. The talk will also discuss a few case studies of such applications in diverse verticals such as wellness, manufacturing, and defence. Finally, we will discuss the new challenges that such confluence brings, and potential ways of addressing them.
12:00 PM
Technical Paper 9829:
Design and Security Evaluation of Negative Capacitance FETs for Energy Efficient and DPA Attack Resilient PRSENT-80 Block Cipher Design at Scaled VDDD
Renuka Chowdary Bheemana, Koteswarrao Penumalli, Aditya Japa*, Siva Sankar Yellampal and Ramesh Vaddi – SRM University, Andhra Pradesh KL University Hyderabad
12:20 PM
Technical Paper 6593:
Design and Implementation of an 8-bit Approximate Wallace Tree Multiplier for Energy Efficient Deep Neural Networks
Birudu Venu, Tirumalarao Kadiyam, Varanasi Koundiny, Siva Sankar Yellampal and Ramesh Vaddi – SRM University, Andhra Pradesh
12:40 PM
Technical Paper 4428:
Classifying Internet of Thing (IoT) and non-IoT devices in data center edge networks using statistical and network flow features by one dimensional convolutional neural network
Sharath Ramamurthy – NVIDIA Graphics Private Ltd.
Dipankar Dutta – University Institute of Technology, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal
01:00 PM Lunch
02:00 PM Keynote – Pamod Gummaraj, CEO & Co-Founder,

Title: Evolving Networks with Edge Intelligence
No longer is universal Internet access the primary concern. It touches on every aspect of life. When it comes to industry innovation, the customer experience is the engine that keeps everything moving. How can we learn from the experiences of millions of deployments to inform future improvements? Does Network Edge Intelligence have a chance to save the day?
02:40 PM
Technical Paper 4258:
Mutual Coupling Reduction in DRA MIMO Using Frequency Selective Surfaces
Josyula Padmaja Lakshmi and Sriram Kumar Damodaran – National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
03:00 PM
PhD Forum Paper 7303:
Design of False Data Injection Attacks and their Detection and Mitigation in Cyber-Physical Systems
Sushree Pradhan and Ashok Kumar – National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha
03:20 PM BREAK
03:40 PM
Technical Paper 8073:
User Privacy in Speech Recognition Systems
Mohammad Adib Aslam, Raunak Chaudhary and Nisha TN – Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology
04:00 PM Panel Discussion – Imperatives of AI for India
Moderator – Mr. PVG Menon
Panelists – Dr. Parmod Gummaraj, Dr. Kalpit Desai, Mr. Jailendra Kumar
05:00 PM Valedictory Session Dr. Srinidhi M. Saragur, ACCS
05:10 PM High Tea & Networking
06:00 PM CLOSE