Two days “International Conference on Soft Computing and its Engineering Applications (icSoftComp-2017) was organized by Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Institute of Computer Applications on 1st – 2nd December, 2017. Theme of the conference was “Harnessing Soft Computing Techniques for Smart and Better World”.
The objective of the conference was to provide an excellent international forum to the researchers, academicians, students, and professionals in the areas of computer science and engineering to present their research, knowledge, new ideas and innovations. icSoftComp-2017 will exhibit an exciting technical program.
The chief guest of the conference was Dr. Ketan Kotecha, Provost, Parul University, Conference Chair was Dr. Atul Patel, Principal and Dean, CMPICA and Program Chair of the conference was K.K.Patel, Faculty member, CMPICA.
The inauguration of the conference was held on 1st December, 2017 attended by Dr. B G.Patel, Provost, Charusat, Dr. M. C. Patel, the founder secretary of kelavani mandal, charusat health care foundation. The conference comprises of one keynote speech, three invited talks, ten technical sessions and one special session on IOT.
Dr. Ashish Ghosh, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata has delivered keynote speech on “Next Generation Internet, Data Science, & Soft Computing”. Dr. Deepak Garg Bennett University, Greater Noida, Dr. Vishnu Pendyala, CISCO, Silicon Valley, USA and Dr. Amit Ganatra, Dean, Faculty of Technology & Engineering, Charusat have delivered invited talk on “Deep Learning: Different dimensions”, “In Pursuit of Truth on the Web – Soft Computing for Truth Finding” and “Various tools for Nueral Nework & Genetic Algorithm” respectively.
During this ten sessions, total 50 papers were presented by the researchers of various countries. In the Conference, more than 190 participants were actively participated from various countries. All selected papers in conference will be published by IEEE in IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
As a result of the conference various research directions are generated and new hypothesis are proposed to the research scholars and participants.