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Invited Speakers

Prof. Toufik Bakir
University of Burgundy, France

Toufik Bakir received his Ph.D. degree in industrial automatics from the University of Claude Bernard-Lyon I, Lyon, France, in 2006. He was associate professor at Le2i (Laboratory of electronics, computer science and image) in the University of Burgundy (2007-2020). He became full professor since 2021 at ImViA (Image and Artificial Vision laboratory) in the University of Burgundy. His research interests include dynamic systems, systems modeling, optimization and control.



 

Prof. Nazri Kama
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Nazri Kama is a Professor in Software Engineering at Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He obtained a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (Database Management) and a Master Degree in Real-time Software Engineering from UTM. He received his Doctoral Degree from University of Western Australia, Australia in the areas of Software Engineering

He has been working on research covering software engineering, requirements engineering, data management, data analytics and electric vehicle charging infrastructure technology. He successfully obtained many research fundings not only from his university but also from local industries. His research output has included many high quality academic quartile journals, research awards, invited keynote speeches, international and local exhibitions, and numerous government demonstrations such as the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia on his research product namely Universal Electric Vehicle Charger and Electric Vehicle Central Management System Infrastructure.





 

Assoc. Prof. Mario Konecki
University of Zagreb, Croatia

Associate professor Mario Konecki, Ph.D. is a special advisor to the rector of the University of Zagreb for Internet services and international cooperation, and coordinator of the Croatian Rectors' Conference for information technology. He teaches at the Faculty of Organization and Informatics in Croatia, and is the author or co-author of more than 100 scientific and professional papers. He has been awarded with 7 best paper awards, and has worked on a number of scientific and professional projects. He is active in the fields of education, computer games, virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, programming, assistive technologies, design and entrepreneurship.

Speech Title: Impact of Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence on Society, Communication, and Sustainability
Abstract: Entrepreneurship is the most essential driving force of both local and global development. Although there are many promising business opportunities, two fields of business are especially future-oriented and offer a number of business novelties. These fields are gaming, which includes the technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality, and artificial intelligence. The important question is how using these kind of technologies can impact the society, communication, and sustainability aspects of everyday life.
 




 

Dr. Nikola Ivković
University of Zagreb, Croatia

Nikola Ivković was a head of Department of Computing and Technology at Faculty of organization and informatics University of Zagreb. He teaches Computer Networks, Operating Systems, and Computer Architecture related courses. He took part in committees for creating new university study programs.

He received the MS degree in Computing and the PhD degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. His doctoral thesis was in the area of swarm and evolutionary computation. He serves as a regular reviewer for high quality (Q1 and Q2) scientific journals and takes part in a number of international conference committees. His research interests include computational intelligence and optimization, especially swarm intelligence, and also computer networks, security and formal methods.




 

Senior Lecturer Amalina F.A. Fadzlah
National Defense University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Amalina F.A. Fadzlah obtained a Bachelor of Information Technology degree in Networking (with honors) in 1998 and a Master of Science in Information Technology degree in 2002 from the Faculty of Information Technology, Northern University of Malaysia. She also obtained a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Computer Science in 2010 from the Faculty of Technology and Information Science, National University of Malaysia. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Defense Science and Technology, and a Coordinator at the eLearning Unit, Center for Academic Development, National Defense University of Malaysia. She has thirteen years of extensive experience in teaching and mentoring students, and eleven years of comprehensive experience in the research and development of handheld – based software application systems, with an interest in the field of Software Engineering specializing in software quality, software certification, software management, and human computer interaction.



 

Prof. Loc Nguyen
Independent scholar, Vietnam

Loc Nguyen is an independent scholar from 2017. He holds Master degree in Computer Science from University of Science, Vietnam in 2005. He holds PhD degree in Computer Science and Education at Ho Chi Minh University of Science in 2009. His PhD dissertation was certificated by World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) and awarded by Standard Scientific Research and Essays as excellent PhD dissertation in 2014. He holds Postdoctoral degree in Computer Science, certified by Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication (INSTICC) in 2015. He serves as reviewer, editor, and speaker in a wide range of international journals and conferences from 2014. He is volunteer of Statistics Without Borders from 2015. He was granted as Mathematician by London Mathematical Society for Postdoctoral research in Mathematics from 2016. He is awarded as Professor by Scientific Advances and Science Publishing Group from 2016. He was awarded Doctorate of Statistical Medicine by Ho Chi Minh City Society for Reproductive Medicine (HOSREM) from 2016. He has published 81 papers and preprints in journals, books and conference proceedings. He is author of 5 scientific books. He is author and creator of 9 scientific and technological products.