The valedictory session of International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Analytics and Information Systems (CIAIS- 2021) was organized on 3rd April 2021 by the Department of Computer Science and Technology, Manav Rachna University.
The ceremony witnessed the virtual presence of the Chief Guest, Dr. Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor, Delhi University, and the Guest of Honor, Dr. Sanjay Mishra, Advisor DST, Delhi in virtual mode. Prof. I.K. Bhat, Vice-Chancellor, Manav Rachna University; Prof. Sanjay Srivastava, Vice-Chancellor, MRIIRS; Dean Academics MRU, Prof. Sangeeta Banga; and Dean Research MRU, Prof. Pradeep Varshney, were amongst those who graced the occasion with their presence.
The session commenced with the address by Dr. Parneeta Dhaliwal Associate Professor, CST Department. She apprised the audience about the vision and theme of the conference, paper selection and review process, and about the Technical and Industry partners of the conference.
The session progressed with the address by Dr. Jyoti Pruthi, Associate Head, CST Department. She congratulated the department for its 1st International Conference and highlighted session tracks, keynote sessions and presented the concluding report for the two days technical program.
During the welcome speech by Prof I.K. Bhat, VC, MRU, he emphasized the importance of innovation, teaching-learning practices, and multidisciplinary approach in various disciplines in the university ecosystem.
In his opening remarks, Chief Guest, Dr. Yogesh Singh, highlighted the need for integration of technology for the purpose of social transformation and inspired young minds to actively participate in innovation.
Guest of Honor, Dr. Sanjay Mishra, congratulated the university for organizing the conference on the most current prevalent topic of big data and artificial intelligence. He emphasized on AI for all and said that collaboration and integration of AI with other economical, societal disciplines is the need of the hour.
Convener, Dr. Hardeo Thakur announced the Five best paper awards of the conference:
The details are:
Paper ID: 28: Archit Prashant Patil, Parikansh Ahluwalia, Siddharth Yadav and Preeti Kaur “Classification and Transfer of Accented Voice using RNN and GAN”
Paper ID 107: Junaid Ali, Vansh Khera, and Anudruti Singha, “A computational approach to detect the incipient cracks of bearing in magnetic particle inspection process.”
Paper ID 105: Sumit Bansal, Himanshu Aggarwal and Mayank Agarwal “Random Cloudlet Priority Scheduling: An Enhanced Approach”
Paper ID 106: Saurabh Kharwar and Sangeeta Singh, “Codoped on Armchair Silicene Nanoribbon using Al and P: A Potential Material for Efficient Computing”
Paper ID 130: Anjana Gosain and Sonika Dahiya “DOIFCM: Density Oriented Intuitionistic Fuzzy C Means Clustering Algorithm”
The Conference Organizing Chair, Prof. Hanu Bhardwaj, Head, CST Department proposed her vote of thanks and expressed her deep sense of gratitude to all the honorable guests, dignitaries, faculty members, students for their research contributions, valuable presence, efforts, and guidance.