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2024 Keynote Speakers
University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Prof Bagula is a full professor at the University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa. He has a PhD in Computer Engineering. His research interests include the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, cyber-security, and immersive technologies. He has published 5 books, 14 book chapters, 11 conference papers, 52 journal articles, and 166 conference papers. He is an experienced speaker, giving 13 keynote speeches. Some of his research interests, such as big data and cybersecurity, mesh with the research themes of our conference and enable him to engage in research collaborations with delegates from other universities, notably those in South Africa.
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Prof Cios is an IEE Fellow, a full professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, USA and an affiliate professor at its School of Medicine. He has a PhD in Computer Science and a DSc (habilitation). His research interests include machine learning, computational neuroscience, and biomedical informatics. He has published 98 journal articles, 82 conference papers, and 11 book chapters and has been awarded over US $5 million in research grants. Prof Cios, has received accolades worldwide. One of his research interests, machine intelligence, is a common theme at our conference and another, neuroscience, opens up our conference to a new group of delegates.
Yeshiva University, USA
Prof Wang is a full professor and department chair at Yeshiva University, USA. He has a PhD in Computer Engineering. His research interests include the IoT, Edge Computing, and wireless networking. He has published 17 journal articles and 11 conference papers in three years. He has given 21 talks at various venues. His research interest, IoT, is another common theme at our conference and within this area alone, there is a large allowance for future project collaborations.