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Important Dates 

     Dates

   Description 

     June 2, 2024 Proposal Submission Deadline
June 16, 2024  Notification of Acceptance
June 26, 2024

Full Chapter Submission

June 30, 2024  Final Acceptance Notification

Scope

The "Sustainable Multidisciplinary Advanced Research Trends" (SMART) conference gathers experts across disciplines to explore innovative technology and sustainability. This year, the conference will address three key themes:

  1. VIP figures from government, academia, and industry will discuss policies and governance, highlighting the intersection of technology with public administration including higher education, healthcare, fintech, and banking sectors.
  2. Scientific keynote speeches, an opportunity for publishing in IGI-Global Book Chapters, and the program also includes workshops and panel discussions for researchers and industry leaders.
  3. Hackathon in the Entrepreneurship and Industry Impact track that will engage students and fresh graduates, fostering practical solutions with real-world relevance.

The conference focuses on new research trends that transform our use and understanding of technology in a dynamic world. Key goals include enhancing knowledge of technology's role in sustainable development, encouraging cross-disciplinary collaborations, and sparking initiatives to tackle global issues. This hybrid event offers attendees valuable insights and networking opportunities, with a special focus on information security through software algorithms and hardware implementations, complemented by keynote speeches and workshops.

  • Authors are invited to submit English-language research and application book chapter proposals representing original, previously unpublished work conforming to IGI-Global manuscript guidelines. via this Submission Link. Duplicate submissions are not allowed.
  • Submissions must conform to - IGI - Global manuscript guidelines, Proposal submission(1,000 - 2,000 words), Full chapter submission  (Minimum 7,000 words)
  • Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
  • To start your submission: Click here
  • The papers submitted to SMART will be reviewed by a PC and the authors of successful submissions must consider reviewer's comments during the preparation of final version and describe the changes in a separate document to be submitted together with the final camera-ready version.
  • The program committee reserves the right to reject a paper if the final version does not meet the requirements above.

Full Waiver

Get a FULL WAIVER on Conference fees for accepted full chapter papers submitted to IGI BOOK "Advanced Research Trends in Sustainable Solutions, Policy, and Governance,"

By Submitting your proposal to IGI before 2nd of June. And the Full Chapter early by June 23rd , 2024.

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Tracks

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Meikang Qiu | Professor at Augusta University, Georgia

Prof. Meikang Qiu Professor at Augusta University, Georgia Short Bio Meikang Qiu received the BE and ME degrees from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from University of Texas at Dallas. Currently, He is a full professor at Augusta University. He is an ACM

Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini

Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini Al-Khawarzmi Distinguished Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering at KAUST Short Bio Mohamed-Slim Alouini was born in Tunis, Tunisia. He received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1998. He served as

Dr. Yuhong Liu | Associate Professor at Santa Clara University, USA

Dr. Yuhong Liu Associate Professor at Santa Clara University, USA Short Bio Yuhong Liu, Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Santa Clara University. Her research interests include responsible AI, trustworthy computing and cyber security of emerging applications

Dr. Cyril Onwubiko | Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Research Series Limited, London, UK.

Dr. Cyril Onwubiko Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Research Series Limited, London, UK. Short Bio Dr. Cyril Onwubiko is a Senior Member of IEEE, 2024 Vice President of the Professional and Educational Activities Board (PEAB), Board of Governor (BoG) member, Distinguished Speaker (DVP)

Prof. George J Proeller | Independent Security Consultant and IEEE Computer Society DVP Chair.

Prof. George J Proeller Independent Security Consultant and IEEE Computer Society DVP Chair. Short Bio Dr. George Joseph Proeller is an independent cybersecurity consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the military, government, industry, academia, and public service as a principal

Prof. Francesco Flammini | Professor at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IDSIA).

Prof. Francesco Flammini Professor at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IDSIA). Short Bio Francesco Flammini graduated cum laude (M.D., 2003) and got a research doctorate (PhD, 2006), both in Computer Engineering
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Generation Z Entrepreneurs Hackathon

The Hackathon is aimed at fostering innovation and growth in the digital and electronics startup ecosystem. This event will provide a platform for Generation Z entrepreneurs (born 1996-2012) to collaborate, ideate, and develop robust business strategies that can drive their success in the fast-paced technology landscape.

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2nd IEEE Computer Society R8 Digital Transformation Workshop

The main objective of the 2nd IEEE Computer Society R8 Digital Transformation Workshop is to provide opportunities for European, African, and Arab IEEE CS members to network, learn, and collaborate. Through this workshop,  IEEE CS members will have the chance to attend talks and sessions led by experts in the field, participate in group discussions, and connect with fellow students who share their passion for computer science.

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Conference Committee

General Co-Chairs

  • Wael Akl, NU, EGY
  • Ahmed Radwan, NU, EGY

Program Co-Chairs

  • Tarek Khalil, NU, EGY
  • Salwa k. Abd-El-hafiz, Cairo Uni,EGY
  • Ahmed Madian, NU, EGY
  • Islam Tharwat,NU, EGY

Special Session Co-Chairs

  • Meikang Qiu, Texas A&M Uni, USA.
  • Martin Gilje Jaatun, Uni of Stavanger, Norway.
  • Yuhong Liu, Santa Clara Uni, USA.
  • Sahar Selim, NU, EGY

Publication Co-Chairs

  • Mohamed Elkhatib, MTC, EGY.
  • Irene Samy, NU, EGY.
  • Abdallah Kassem, Notre Dame Uni, USA.

Finance Co-Chairs

  • Mohamed Elshabrawy, NU, EGY

Entrepreneurship Co-Chairs

  • Alaa Adris, NU, EGY
  • Heba Labib, NU, EGY
  • Amr El-Awamery, Benha Uni, EGY

Industrial Co-Chairs

  • Francesco Flammini, Mälardalen Uni,Sweden
  • Mohamed Darweesh, NU, EGY

Tutorial Co-Chairs

  • Costas Psychalinos, Patras Uni, GRE
  • Anne C. Elster, NTNU, Norway
  • Ghada Khoriba, NU, EGY

International Publicity Co-chairs

  • Karabi Biswas, IIT Kharagpur, IND
  • Adel Elmaghraby, Uni of Louisville, USA
  • Lobna A. Said, NU, EGY
  • Hala Strohmier Berry,Uni of South Carolina Aiken, USA
  • Mohamed Rawidean Kassim, MIMOS,Malaysia
  • Ahmed Awad, Uni. of Tartu, EST
  • Alaa Khamis, GM Canada, CAN
  • Alex Yakvolov, Newcastle Uni, GBR
  • Mahmoud Shaaban, NU, EGY
  • Mohamed Fouda, RAIN Inc., USA
  • Heba Kaoud, NU, EGY
  • Wafaa Saber, Cairo Uni, EGY

 

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