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5th International Conference and Exhibition on Nanoelectronics and Advanced Intelligence Systems, will be organized around the theme “Future outlook Advancement in the world of Nanoelectronics and Intelligence Systems”
Nanoelectronics 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Nanoelectronics 2018
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This Session Content Modern Intelligence System is the capability of a computer-controlled robot to perform assignments commonly associated with intelligent beings. Integration of various systems are necessary for a promising Artificial Intelligence In modern era, advanced Intelligence techniques have undergone a renaissance following parallel advances in computer power, Big amounts of data, and theoretical understanding. Modern Artificial Intelligence uses tools and data from the fields like Computer science, Psychology, Philosophy, Neuroscience, cognitive science, linguistics, Operations research, Economics, Control theory etc. The Advanced Intelligence System session will set a clear picture about various facets of Advanced Intelligence System.
- Track 3-1Intelligence System in Healthcare
- Track 3-2Intelligence System Educating the Future
- Track 3-3Intelligence system in Business
- Track 3-4Intelligence system in Manufacturing
- Track 3-5Intelligent System in Power Distribution
- Track 3-6Intelligent System Transportation Systems
- Track 3-7Intelligence System in Space
- Track 5-1Fuzzy Logic System
- Track 5-2Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision
- Track 5-3Artificial General Intelligence
- Track 5-4Artificial Narrow Intelligence
- Track 5-5Artificial Super Intelligence
- Track 5-6Natural Language Processing
This session mainly concert with Intelligence in Robotics is an advanced and emerging wing of engineering and science that includes concepts of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and others. Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. The concept and process of creating machines which can be operated independently by its own, dates back to classical times, but research into the functionality and potential uses of robots did not grow substantially until the 20th century.
- Track 6-1Robotics and control systems
- Track 6-2Robot Motion Planning
- Track 6-3Robotic Process Automation
- Track 6-4Robots for Outer Space Exploration
- Track 6-5Navigation and mapping for autonomous mobile robots
This session content Information Mining Applications in Engineering and Medicine focuses to offer data earthmovers who wish to apply stand-out data some help with mining circumstances. These applications relate Data mining structures in genuine cash related business territory examination, Application of data mining in positioning, Data mining and Web Application, Medical Data Mining, Data Mining in Healthcare, Engineering data mining, Data Mining in security, Social Data Mining, Neural Networks and Data Mining, these are a portion of the jobs of data Mining.
- Track 8-1Medical Data Mining
- Track 8-2Data Mining in Healthcare data
- Track 8-3Engineering data mining
- Track 8-4Data mining in security
- Track 8-5Application of data mining in education
- Track 8-6Advanced Database and Web Application
Thsis Sessiom content Nano Robotics is the technology of creating machines or robots close to the microscopic scale of a nanometer (10−9 meters). Nanorobotics refers to nanotechnology – an engineering discipline for designing and building nanorobots. Macroscale robots or microrobots which can move with nanoscale precision can also be considered nanorobots. Nowadays, these nanorobots play a crucial role in the field of Bio-Medicine, particularly for the treatment of cancer, cerebral Aneurysm, removal of kidney stones, elimination of defected parts in the DNA structure, and for some other treatments that need utmost support to save human lives. Nanorobots are implemented by using several components such as sensors, actuators, control, power, communication and by interfacing cross-special scales between organic & inorganic systems. Nanorobots are applied to purify the CO2 (Carbon dioxide) and O2 (Oxygen). Another big setback is water pollution and therefore, the nanorobots are put into the act for purifying the sewer wastes and reservoirs.
- Track 10-1• Nanorobotics in Surgery
- Track 10-2Nanorobotics Diagnosis and Testing
- Track 10-3Nanorobotics in Gene Therapy
- Track 10-4Nanorobots in Cancer Detection and Treatment
- Track 10-5Nanorobots in Environment
Big data is a term that describes the large volume of data – both structured and unstructured – that inundates a business on a day-to-day basis. But it’s not the amount of data that’s important. It’s what organizations do with the data that matters. Big data can be analyzed for insights that lead to better decisions and strategic business moves. The amount of data that’s being created and stored on a global level is almost inconceivable, and it just keeps growing. That means there’s even more potential to glean key insights from business information – yet only a small percentage of data is analyzed. What does that mean for businesses? How can they make better use of the raw information that flows into their organizations every day?
Spintronics is an emergent nano technology which deals with spin dependent properties of an electron instead of or in addition to its charge dependent properties. Whereas, Conventional electronic devices ignore the spin property and rely strictly on the transport of the electrical charge of electrons adding the spin degree of freedom provides new effects, new capabilities and new functionalities due to the special features it became one of the rapidly emerging fields. Spintronic devices offer the possibility of enhanced functionality, higher speed, and reduced power consumption. These Spintronic devices might lead to quantum computers and quantum communication based on electronic solid state device, thus changing the perspective of information technology in the 21st Century.
List of some of Spintronic Devices are:
- Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM)
- Quantum Computer
- Spin Semiconductors
- Spin Transistors
- Spintronic Scanner
Hybrid organic- inorganic materials are not simply physical mixtures they can be broadly defined as molecular or nano - composites with organic and inorganic components. Hybrid organic- inorganic materials will play a major role in the development of advanced functional nanomaterials. Research in functional hybrid organic- inorganic materials is supported by the growing interest on chemists, physicists, biologists and materials scientists who are looking to fully exploit this opportunity for creating smart materials that benefit from the best of the three realms: inorganic, organic and biological. Organic-inorganic materials are open new perspectives towards the design and tailoring of materials with desired features and functions.
List of some organic- inorganic materials are:
- Animal parts (Ivory, Bone, Leather)
- Synthetic Materials (Plastics)
- Materials related to stone, ceramic and glass
- Paper based material particles
Graphene, the "wonder material", is made of a single atom thick carbon atom layer in a honeycomb-like hexagonal lattice and is the thinnest, strongest and hardest material available. The last few years has seen extensive research into the properties and applications of graphene, and the material has been suggested as being an potential replacement for silicon in many electronics applications.
Graphene has several useful properties that include high mechanical strength, very high electron mobility, and superior thermal conductivity. The applications of graphene in various components of electronic devices are detailed below.
- Graphene in BioEngineering
- Graphene in Composite Materials
- Graphene in Energy Technology
- Graphene in Nanotechnology
- Graphene in Batteries
- Graphene in ICs & Transistors
- Graphene in Electrodes for Touch Screens