About Conference

The aim of the conference is to bring together the academicians, researchers, and industrial professionals to discuss and exchange their knowledge, innovative ideas, latest issues, advanced technologies, and advancements in the area of Cyber physical systems, and related applications that will be presented in the conference. This conference will act as an International platform to share and demonstrate novel approaches, development, technology improvement and research among interested researchers, students, developers, and practitioners. The conference invites and encourages the submissions in terms of concepts, surveys, state-of-art original and unpublished research, running implementation, applications, industrial case-studies and in progress research that can be categorized among regular and poster papers. The conference will be having many plenary and invited keynote talks by the international reputed speakers covering the latest topic of wide range of interested researchers.
About IIIT Kota: Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kota (IIIT, Kota) is an institute of national importance. IIIT Kota is a joint venture of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Govt. of India and Govt. of Rajasthan with Industry Partners in Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) mode. IIIT, Kota was established in 2013. Currently the institute is mentored by Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur (MNIT Jaipur) and situated at MNIT Jaipur. The main site of IIIT, Kota shall be constructed at Ranpur near Kota on 100.37 acres of land made available by the Govt. of Rajasthan. The institute is governed by the eminent personalities of the Government, Industry and Academia. Currently we offer B.Tech in the discipline of Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering only. Please visit www.iiitkota.ac.in to know more about the Institute.
About MNIT Campus Jaipur: The college was established in 1963 with the name as Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur as a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Rajasthan, Subsequently; on June 26, 2002 the college has been given the status of National Institute of Technology and on 15 August 2007, Proclaimed Institute of National Importance through Act of Parliament. The Institute is fully funded by Ministry of Education (Shiksha Mantralaya), Government of India. More than 12,000 students have already been graduated since its establishment. Extending into an area of over 317 acres of lush greenery, the campus of the Institute is imaginatively laid-out with a picturesque landscape. It presents a spectacle of harmony in modern architecture, and natural beauty which enthralls and inspires. The campus of the institute consisting of the institute buildings, halls of residence and staff colony. It is a residential campus offering accomodation to faculty, staff and students. The campus provides all essential amenities for community living like staff clubs, hospital, bank, post office, community centre, school, staff residences, gymnasium, playing fields, guest houses, 24 Hours internet connectivity, and canteen etc.

Tentative schedule

Call for Papers - November 1, 2020
Last date for Paper Submission - March 15, 2021 May 14, 2021

~We have started sending the notification of acceptance , however there are several papers which still need some reviews pending. The ongoing pandemic is affecting the review timings. Sorry for the inconvenience. We have to further extend the date of notification.

Date of notification of accepted Papers - May 30, 2021June 10, 2021
Last date for receiving camera-ready paper - June 10, 2021 June 15, 2021

Call for Paper

The recent development in artificial intelligence and embedded systems has increased the potential of receiving and processing huge amounts of real-time data in Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). CPS is the engineered physical systems able to perceive and process the information and act accordingly. These physical systems are well inter-connected, coordinated and integrated by computing and communication. As computing and communication devices have become much faster, cheap and consume less power. It has become significant to understand, analyse and apply the knowledge of artificial intelligence in CPS to provide more intelligent physical systems and involve more and more end users who are still isolated. Artificial intelligence (AI) can provide capability to any physical system to apply human-like intelligence on the perceived information in order to achieve its goal. The growing area of CPS with AI can provide the smart machines and networked physical systems to perform tasks in remote and dangerous areas. Currently the intelligent cyber physical systems is gaining momentum at an unprecedented pace to combine AI and CPS for many real-time applications. Still this domain is facing many challenges and gaps and lagging behind in implementation in the real world which needs improvements and more attention. This conference aims to collect the latest development and original contribution in all related technologies of AI and CPS and their applications. This conference is an effort to bring together the leading researchers, academicians and industry experts to share their ideas, recent development, upcoming challenges and directions in the area of intelligent CPS. We encourage the experienced and young researchers worldwide to submit the papers with new ideas, theory, analytical study, methods and applications of AI and CPS. This conference would be of immense benefits to academicians, young researchers, industry persons, students and others who are working in this area.
The topics of the conference would include but not restricted to:

Track 1 Cyber physical systems architecture
● Integrated design methods for CPS
● HW/SW co-design for CPS
● Simulation and emulation of CPS
● Integrated tool chains for CPS
● Scalable CPS Architectures
● Composability of software, hardware and physical components
● Analysis of cyber-physical systems with
multiple temporal and spatial scales
● High-confidence and security in CPS
● Real-time systems
● Low power consumption
● System-level design methodology
● Embedded systems design
● Mobile computing and devices
● Internet of Things architecture
● IoT interactions
● Real-time applications of IoT
● Industrial IoT
● Industry Standards in CPS
● Industry 4.0
● Intelligent agents
● Industrial Automations
● Cloud computing in CPS
● Intelligence and control of CPS
● Deep learning in CPS
● Cyber-physical multimedia systems
● Integration of physical and virtual artifacts
● Information architecture design
Track 2: Medical Cyber Physical Systems and Health
● Interoperability and scalability of systems and platforms
● It standards and profiles for interoperability
● Software and devices for healthcare
● Programming paradigms and tools for health applications
● Human-computer interaction and usability in healthcare
● Technologies for dynamic data integration (ontologies, nosql, rdf, sparql, etc.)
● Cross-computational methods
● Medical cyber physical systems
● Mobile health and sensor applications
● Internet of things for healthcare
● RFID and sensor-enabled healthcare technologies
● Intelligent technologies for healthcare (smart homes, cloud-based, etc.)
● Computational drug discovery; on/in-body medical sensors communications
● Ubiquitous health applications
● Health portals and big data visualization
● Food control and recommendation systems
Track 3. Networks and Communication in CPS
● Sensors networks and communication
● Interconnected systems
● Communication in edge computing
● Network systems
● Wireless sensor networks
● 4G/5G communication in smart devices
● Energy efficient communication
● Smart networking
● Green communication
● Hyper connected smart devices
● Communication networks
● Object access and networking technology
● Smart Sensor Networks
● Networked Dynamical Systems
Track 4. Threats, Security and Privacy for Cyber Physical System
● Foundations of data security and privacy in CPSs
● Vulnerability analysis and assessments for CPSs
● Attacks and vulnerabilities detection in WSNs
● Risk assessments and identification strategies
● Human aspects in CPSs security and privacy
● Attack pattern detection and prediction
● Internet of Things (IoT) security threats
● Industrial Control Systems threats
● CPS resilience
● Architecture and frameworks for securing CPSs
● Authentication and access control in CPSs
● Secure IoT Communication using blockchain
● Socio-technical defenses for security and privacy
● Smart IDS and IPS designed for different CPSs
● Cyber security and anonymity
● CPS applications security
● Access control and authorizationv ● Attacks and defences
● Security and privacy in CPS
● Attacks prevention and control in CPS
● Tampering detection and protection in IoT
● Security threats assessment
● Risk assessment and management
● Security management and development
● Cyber-attacks detection and prevention
● Embedded systems security
● Intrusion detection and prevention in software and hardware
● Networks and systems security
● Secure information flow
Track 5: Technologies and Applications of Cyber Physical Systems ● Smart transportation
● Medical and health care applications
● Smart city and smart world
● Environment monitoring
● Robotics and automation
● Intelligent robots
● Automation and control
● Human-robot interaction
● Man-machine systems
● Smart manufacturing systems
● Smart Transportation systems applications
● AI and CPS applications in agriculture
● Oil and gas applications in AI and CPS
● Internet of Industrial Things (IoIT) applications
● Smart grid and energy
● Rehabilitation systems
● Social-economical systems
● Military and defence systems
● Wearable devices
● Smart devices for physically disabled persons
● Emerging applications in AI and CPS
● Education and social aspects
● Diagnosis systems
● Mathematical modeling of different CPS Applications


All the accepted and registered papers will be published in a Springer Book Series, 'Algorithms for Intelligent Systems (AIS)'. Authors are requested to follow standard Springer template.


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Keynote Address

Data Science and Cyber Security Systems: A Statistical Perspective

Data science is empowering many contemporary innovations, including the development of robust cybersecurity systems. It is becoming a significant research area that embedded the combination of modern computing tools and statistical inferences, with the demand of adequately maintaining data privacy within the systems. For example, in e-healthcare systems, IoT devices monitor the patient’s health and upload classified data as Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) to the cloud. Sharing EMRs data in hyper-connected systems with a limited storage capacity of IoT devices in a third party based service provider is more vulnerable to attack by sophisticated cybercriminals. Existing privacy protection schemes, including cryptography, cannot ensure the privacy demands in a cloud environment. Medical data sharing need multiple data accessing paradigms with different levels of privacy according to the need for consultation by a specialist, e.g., surgeons, general practitioners, allied health staff. Besides, none of these techniques is robust in privacy preservation because of not determining privacy weight (i.e. an orthogonal design matrix-based weight generation strategy for determining data privacy) for the e-Health industry using a cloud environment or automated by adaptation of AI. These effectively limit the full potential of the dynamic cloud-based e-healthcare systems and business environment and the wider uptake and comprehensive benefits of data science more generally.

In this inaugural talk, I will address some significant computing and inferential challenges in data science with a particular focus on cyber design space, security of data, computation, and inferences. It will not only highlight computing statistics for the decision-making process or running intelligent algorithms, but also there must be a focus on reliability measures on any applied outputs. This keynote presentation will also illustrate some real-world case studies from data science, including a quick overview of one of our project aims to develop a robust solution for privacy-preserving ehealth data sharing in a cloud environment with an AI-based automated technique to ensure data privacy and measuring reliability.

Keywords: Bayesian thinking, Big data, Business industry applications, Cloud-based systems, Features attribute data, Predicting powe

Associate Professor Azizur Rahman, PhD
Data Science Research Unit (DSRU)
School of Computing and Mathematics
Charles Sturt University
Email: azrahman@csu.edu.au

Azizur Rahman, PhD is an applied statistician and data scientist with expertise in both developing and applying novel methodologies, models and technologies. He is the Leader of “Statistics and Data Mining Research Group” within the Data Science Research Unit at Charles Sturt University, Australia. He is able to assist in understanding multi-disciplinary research issues within various fields including how to understand the individual activities which occur within very complex scientific, behavioural, socio-economic and ecological systems.

Prof. Rahman develops "alternative methods in microsimulation modelling technologies" which are very useful tools to socioeconomic policy analysis and evaluation. He has more than 110 publications including a few books. His 2020 and 2016 books have contributed significantly to the fields of “data science and policy analysis” and “small area estimation and microsimulation modelling” respectively. His research is funded by the Australian Federal and State Governments, and he serves on a range of editorial boards including the International Journal of Microsimulation (IJM) and Sustaining Regions. He received several awards including the SOCM Research Excellence Award 2018 and the CSU-RED Achievement Award 2019.

Professor PE Seeram Ramakrishna
Professor PE Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seeram-ramakrishna/; https://blog.nus.edu.sg/seeram/) is a top salient researcher at the National University of Singapore (https://academic.microsoft.com/institution/165932596/authors?f=Composite(F.FId%3D192562407). He is also among the top six researchers of Singapore (https://www.adscientificindex.com/?university=National%20UniversitySingapore; http://www.webometrics.info/en/hlargerthan100). NUS ranked among the top ten best global universities for engineering in the world (https://www.usnews.com/education/best-global-universities/engineering). Highest professional distinctions include an elected Fellow of UK Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng); Singapore Academy of Engineering; Indian National Academy of Engineering; and ASEAN Academy of Engineering & Technology. He is also an elected Fellow of American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS); ASM International; American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME); American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering (AIMBE); Institution of Mechanical Engineers, IMechE and Institution of Materials, Minerals & Mining, IoM3, UK; ISTE, India; and International Union of Biomaterials Science & Engineering (FBSE). He is senior member of IEEE. He received PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK; and the GMP training from Harvard University, USA. Among numerous recognitions he received are: IIT Madras Distinguished Alumni Award; Singapore Lee Kuan Yew Fellowship; UK Cambridge Nehru Fellowship; Honorary Everest Chair of Nepal (https://mbustb.org/member_cat/honorary-chair/); CUT Honorary Engineering Doctorate, South Africa; APA Distinguished Researcher Award, International Federation of Engineering Education Societies President award- Global Visionary; Global Engineering Dean's Council Ambassador; ASEAN Outstanding Engineer Award; Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award. Thomson Reuters identified him among the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds. His Google Scholar shows over 124,300 citations, 163 H-index, and over 1040 i10-index. He is regarded as the guru of electrospinning and nanofibers.
His academic leadership includes NUS’s Vice-President (Research Strategy); Dean of Faculty of Engineering; Director of NUS Enterprise; Director of NUS Industry Liaison Office; Director of NUS International Relations Office; Founding Director of NUS Bioengineering; Founding Co-Director of NUS Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Institute. As a founding Chairman he championed the establishment ~ $100 million Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore, SERIS. He served as a board member of several national organizations, policy institutes, and tertiary education institutions. He founded the Global Engineering Deans Council (http://gedcouncil.org/ambassadors) while serving as the Vice-President of International Federation of Engineering Educator Societies (IFEES). He authored the book The Changing Face of Innovation. He is a founding member of Plastics Recycling Association of Singapore, PRAS (https://www.sgc.org.sg/events/event-details/sgc-sustainability-committee-and-pras), and Chairman of PRAS Center of Excellence (PRCOE). He is the Circular Economy Taskforce Chair at NUS (https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/unlocking-circular-economy-tickets-156525486945). He is a member of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) committee of Singapore Institute of Directors (www.sid.org.sg). He is a member of Enterprise Singapore’s and ISO’s Committees on ISO/TC323 Circular Economy and WG3 on Circularity. He also the Chair of Sustainable Manufacturing TC at the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES); and a member of standards committee of Singapore Manufacturing Federation (http://www.smfederation.org.sg). He is a member of Technical Committee for Circularity of Materials, Environment and Resources Standards Committee, Enterprise Singapore (ESG). He is an advisor to the MSE-National Environmental Agency’s CESS events, (https://www.cleanenvirosummit.sg/programme/speakers/professor-seeram-ramakrishna; https://bit.ly/catalyst2019video; https://youtube.com/watch?v=ptSh_1Bgl1g). He is an organizer of MRS Materials Circular Economy symposium (https://www.mrs-mexico.org.mx/imrc2021/symposium-B3). He co-authored a book ‘Sustainability for Beginners”. He is an advisor to the World Bank. He is a member of UNESCO’s Global Independent Expert Group on Universities and the 2030 Agenda (https://www.uib.no/en/sdgbergen/141236/members-unesco-expert-group). European Commission Director-General for Environment, Excellency Daniel Calleja Crespo said “Professor Seeram Ramakrishna should be praised for his personal engagement leading the reflections on how to develop a more sustainable future for all” in his foreword for the Springer Nature book on Circular Economy (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-15-8510-4).


Registration National International
Student / Research Scholar 2000 INR 100 USD
Academician / Industry 3000 INR 150 USD
Attendee / Co-Author 1000 INR 50 USD

Account Details for Registration:
Bank Name State Bank Of India
Branch address State Bank Of India, MNIT Campus, JLN Marg,Jaipur – 302017
Account Holder's Name Indian Institute of Information Technology Kota
Account Number 32896056885
Account Type Saving
IFSC Code SBIN0015921
MICR Code 302002066