Today, researchers need to work in multidisciplinary field. It becomes necessary to have common platform where researchers from different fields can exchange their ideas. It is also possible to port the ideas from one field to another. The primary goal of International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communication and Control (ICAC3) is to provide common platform for researchers from multidisciplinary fields.
ICAC3 is biennial conference organize by Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering, Mumbai, India. The fourth edition of this series, ICAC3’15 was organized on April 1, 2015. The Conference provided a platform for discussing recent developments in a wide variety of topics including Image Processing, Antenna, Software Application Development, etc. Every submitted paper went through a rigorous review process. Each paper received at least two reviews from the members of Program Committee. Sixty two papers were selected and finally forty five authors registered for conference. The proceeding was published in Procedia Computer Science and uploaded on ScienceDirect
Conference was inaugurated in auspicious presence of Chief Guest Dr. Siddartha Sengupta (Head, Decision Sciences and Algorithm Laboratory, TCS), Guest of Honour Dr. Shabbir Mechant (Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, IITB), Fr. Almeida (Chairman, St. Francis Xaviers, Pilar), and Fr. Victor Rebello (Director, Fr. Agnel Technical Complex, Bandra). The general chair Dr. Sija Unnikrishnan welcomed all the distinguished guests, delegates and authors. Programme chair Dr. Sunil Surve briefed about the objective and review process of the conference. Dr. Sengupta enlightened on the topic “Artificial Social Intelligence”. This was followed by the vote of thanks by conference chair, Dr. Deepak Bhoir. The IEEE Bombay section Vice chair Dr Shabbir Merchant gave a Keynote speech on “Wireless Sensor Network – Research Issues”. All papers presented by authors in four tracks in eight sessions. Certificates distributed to authors in valedictory function.