• All accepted and presented papers of the conference by duly
    registered authors will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for Publication.

    Technically Supported By:

    Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia

  • All accepted and presented papers of the conference by duly
    registered authors will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for Publication.

    Technically Supported By:

    Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia

  • All accepted and presented papers of the conference by duly
    registered authors will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for Publication.

    Technically Supported By:

    Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia

Conference
Timeline

About Conference

After the grand success of three versions of International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Speech Technology (AIST2019, AIST2020 and AIST2021), Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, Delhi is all set to ready for hosting its fourth version i.e. 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Speech Technology (AIST2022) on 9-10th December, 2022 at IGDTUW Campus, Delhi. Last three Conferences witnessed a number of Expert Researchers, Academicians and Industry Practioners in AI and Speech Domain from premier Institutions in India and abroad including Japan, Australia, France, Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Austria, Vietnam and others.
Thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning(ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Speech Technology, which are enabling the development of Virtual Assistants in user-facing applications and working in the background to automate workflows. AI driven solutions like speech recognition systems are more accurate and efficient and makes it easier to identify and understand the components of natural language. These models can be used for voice recognition services, making an NLP service well-rounded and more efficient for various domain including medical (e.g. speech impaired people), forensics and academics and others.
Conference will involve Paper presentations, Tutorials and Key Note Speeches by Eminent Personalities on these technologies.

About the Tutorial on Deep Learning and Speech Technology

In parallel to AIST2022, tutorials on Deep Learning and Speech Technology will also be organised during the Conference. Hands on Sessions along with strong conceptual knowledge will be conducted by senior Academicians, Researchers and Practioners on these technologies. There is no participation fee for attending the Tutorial for authors and delegates. A separate Participation Certificate will be awarded to all the participants.

PROCEEDINGS

All accepted and presented papers of the conference by duly registered authors will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for Publication

Technically Supported By

Call For Papers

Like the previous three versions, 4th AIST 2022 is dedicated to cutting edge research that addresses scientific needs of academic researchers and industrial professionals to explore new horizons of knowledge related to Artificial Intelligence and Speech Technologies. AIST 2022 is scheduled to include high-quality paper presentation sessions revealing the latest research findings, and to engage participants in interesting discussion sessions. Main focus will be towards novel contributions which could open the new opportunities for providing better and low cost solutions for the betterment of the Society. Use of new AI based approaches line Deep Learning, CNN, RNN, GAN and others in various Speech related issues like speech synthesis, speech recognition etc will be highly appreciated. We seek novel paper submissions to be presented in AIST 2022 with topics broadly including, but not limited to the following

Machine Intelligence
  • Computational Theories of Learning
  • Neuro-informatics
  • Cognitive Science
  • Supervised /Unsupervised learning
  • Convolution Neural Network
  • Recurrent Neural Network
  • Generative Adverse Network
  • Applications of ML and Deep Learning
  • Robotics
  • Cyber Security
  • Internet of Things
  • Federated learning: the next generation machine learning for regulated domains- Healthcare, Agriculture and Banking

Schedule

  • Important Dates
  • Event Schedule
30th Sept, 2022

Notification of Acceptance

9th-10th Dec, 2022

Conference Dates

Event Schedule Coming Soon...

Committee

  • Steering Committee
  • Technical Program Committee
  • Local Organizing Committee
  • IEEE Delhi Section Oversight Committee (SOC)
Technical Program Committee

Dr. S. Nakamura, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Japan

Dr. S S Agarwal, Emeritus Scientist, CSIR, (INDIA)

Dr. Vinod Shukla, Amity University, (DUBAI)

DR. Kirti Tyagi, Inha University, (TASHKENT)

Dr Sanjay Misra, Covenant Univ., (NIGERIA)

Dr. Poonam Bansal, MSIT, Delhi, (INDIA)

Mrs. Swaran Lata, Director & Head, TDIL Programme, DEITY, (INDIA)

Dr. Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Sunita Arora, CDAC, (INDIA)

Dr. Ashwani Kumar, IGDTUW, Delhi

Ms Anu Khosla, SAG DRDO, (INDIA)

Dr. S. K. Shrivastava, Head-TDIL, DRDO, (INDIA)

Dr. S. K. Jain, Director General,CFSL, (INDIA)

Dr. Deepak Garg, Bennett University, (INDIA)

Dr. Mani Madhukar, IBM India Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Dr. Kamini Malhotra, SAG, DRDO, (INDIA)

Dr. Samundra Vijay, IIT-Guwahati, (INDIA)

Dr. Shweta Sinha, KIIT, Gurgaon, (INDIA)

Dr. A. K. Mohapatra, IGDTUW, DELHI (INDIA)

Prof. R. K. Singh, IGDTUW, (INDIA)

Prof. Ashwni Kumar, IGDTUW, (INDIA)

Prof. Deepak Garg, Bennett University, (INDIA)

Dr Rajesh Kumar, Thapar University, (INDIA)

Dr Rajesh Tyagi, SRM University NCR, (INDIA)

Dr Shrrdha sagar, Galgotias University, (INDIA)

Prof. Arun Kumar, IIIT-Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr. Syed A. Hossain, Professor, ULAB, Bangladesh

Dr. Nick Campbell, Trinity College Dublin, (IRELAND)

Dr. Milan Stehlik, Professor, Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Dr. Laurent Besacier, Principal Scientist, Naver Labs Europe, France

Dr. P. K. Saxena, PSA, PMO, (INDIA)

Dr. Anupam Shukla, Director, IIIT-Pune, (INDIA)

Mr Karunesh Arora, CDAC, Noida, (INDIA)

Dr. Sunil Tyagi, Directorate of Naval Design (SDG), IHQ MOD(Navy) Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr Niyati Baliyan, IGDTUW, (INDIA)

Dr. S. Nakamura, NIST, (JAPAN)

Dr. P.C. Ching, Chinese University of HONGKONG, (CHINA)

Prof. Rajiv Sangal, IIIT-Hyderabad (INDIA)

Dr. Hiroya Fujisaki, Tokyo University, (JAPAN)

Dr. Tanja Shultz, Professor, University of Bremen, Germany

Prof. M. N. Hoda, BVICAM, (INDIA)

Prof. Chai Wutiwiwatchai, NECTEC, (THAILAND)

Dr. Bin Ma, Institute for Infocomm Research, (SINGAPORE)

Dr. Hsin-Min Wang, IIS, Academia Sinica, (TAIWAN)

Dr. Ashish Seth, Inha University, (TASHKENT)

Dr. Mirna Adriani, UI, (INDONESIA)

Dr. Shakir Ali, Imam University, (RIYADH SAE)

Dr. P. K. Dass, IIT Guwahati, (INDIA)

Prof. Omar Farooq, AMU, (INDIA)

Dr. Arun Kumar, Jubail Univ., SA

Dr. Anup Girdhar, Sedulity Solutions, Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr Vishal Bhatnagar, AIACTR, Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr Geeta Sharma, Mewar University, Rajasthan, (INDIA)

Dr. Sarmad Hussain, Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science, Lahore, (PAKISTAN)

Prof. Sakriani Sakti, NAIST, (JAPAN)

Prof. Jianhua Tao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, (CHINA)

Dr. Chiu-yu Tseng, Academia Sinica, (TAIWAN)

Dr. Alexey Karpov, SPIIRAS, (RUSSIA)

Dr. Sebastian Stüker, KIT, (GERMANY)

Dr. Eric Castelli , MICA, (VIETNAM)

Dr. Etienne Barnard, NWU, (SOUTH AFRICA)

Dr. Claudia Soria, ILC-CNR, (ITALY)

Dr. Lori Lamel, LIMSI, (FRANCE)

Dr. Santoshi Nakamura, NAIST, (JAPAN)

Dr. Emmanuel Dupoux, EHESS-ENS, (FRANCE)

Dr. Luong Chi Mai, IOIT, (VIETNAM)

Dr. Tanja Schultz, Uni- Bremen, (GERMANY)

Dr P S Grover, GGSIP University, (INDIA)

Dr Ashish Khanna, MAIT, Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr Sangeeta Arora, AKTU Lucknow, (INDIA)

Dr Selvamani K, Anna University, Chennai, (INDIA)

Dr Senthil P, SRM University Chennai, (INDIA)

Dr Sanjay Singla, IET, Punjab, (INDIA)

Dr Purushottam Sharma, Amity University Noida, (INDIA)

Dr Gagan Tiwari, Galgotia College, Gr. Noida, (INDIA)

Dr Laxmi Ahuja, AUUP, (INDIA)

Dr Adesh Pandey, KIET, Ghaziabad, (INDIA)

Dr. Ing. Gianluca Valentino, University of Malta

Dr Nisheeth Joshi, Banasthali University, (INDIA)

Dr Pratishtha Mathur, Sikim Manipal Univ, Jaipur, (INDIA)

Dr Pradeep Sharma, MANNU, Hyderabad, (INDIA)

Ms. Mona Bharadwaj, IBM (I) Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Mr. Khundmir Syed, IBM (I) Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Mr. Kranti Athalye, IBM (I) Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Ms. Shikha Maheshwari, IBM (I) Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Ms. Ruchika Gupta, IBM (I) Pvt. Ltd, (INDIA)

Dr. Vipin Tyagi, JUIT, Guna, India, (INDIA)

Dr. Somnath Chandra, DEITY, Delhi, (INDIA)

Dr. Sudip Sanyal, BML Munjal University, (INDIA)

Dr Nidhi Goel, IGDTUW, Delhi

Prof O P Sangwan, GJU Hisar (INDIA)

Dr. S. Nakamura, NAIST, (JAPAN)

Dr. Kanwalinderjeet Gagneja, Florida State University, (USA)

Dr. Sandeep Chauhan, Bank of America, Hyderabad

Dr. Vijai Kumar, Ciena India, Gurugram

Dr. Mayank Singh, KIET, Ghaziabad

Dr. Mamta Mittal, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, Delhi

Dr. Sushil Yadav, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, Delhi

Dr. Mansaf Alam, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Dr Monika Mehrotra, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Dr. Iftekhar Raza Khan, Jamia Hamdard University

Dr D P Mohapatra, NIT Rourkela

Dr. P K Behera, Utkal University, Orissa

Dr Ajay Rana, Shobhit University, Meerut

Dr Vineet Kansal, AKTU, Lucknow

Dr. Amit Prakash Singh, GGSIP University, New Delhi

Dr P K Yadav, NIT Jammu

Dr Kumkum Garg, IIT Roorkee

Dr. Durga Toshniwal, IIT Roorkee

Dr. Rajesh Bhatia, PEC University, Chandigarh

Dr. Bindu Narayanm EnY, Gurugram

Dr. Pooja, NIET, Gr. Noida

Dr. Sanjeev Sofat, PEC University, Chandigarh

Dr. Suneet Gupta, Bennett University, Gr. Noida

Dr Anubha Gupta, IIIT Delhi

Dr. Anand Nayyar, Duy Tan University, Vietnam

Dr. Chandra Prakash, NIT, Delhi (INDIA)

Dr. Sourabh Bharti, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, Ireland

Dr Aruna Bhatt, DTU, New Delhi

Dr. Neha Bansal, British Council, Noida

Dr. Neha Gupta, VIPS, New Delhi

Dr. Shweta Singhal, VF, IGDTUW

Dr. Arun Garg, Ramanujan College, Delhi

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Tanja Shultz

Professor
University of Bremen

Dr. Syed A. Hossain

Professor
ULAB, Bangladesh

Dr. Milan Stehlik

Professor
Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Dr. S Sakti

Professor
JAIST/NAIST, Japan

Dr. Rajkumar Buyya

Professor
University of Melbourne,Australia

Dr. Laurent Besacier

Principal Scientist
Naver Labs Europe, France

Dr. S. Nakamura

Professor
NAIST, Japan

Registration Details

Indian Authors

Faculty Members/Industry Professionals ₹ 7000/-
IEEE Members ₹ 5500/-
Students ₹ 5000/-
IEEE student Members ₹ 4000/-
Delegates (Non Authors/Additional Authors) ₹ 3000/-

Foreign Authors

Faculty Members/Industry Professionals USD 150
IEEE Members USD 120
Students USD 100
IEEE student Members USD 120
Delegates (Non Authors/Additional Authors) USD 50

About the University

  • Ranking of University

    • Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW) has been conferred with ISO 9001:2015 Certification on 25.09.2019

    • The most prestigious universities for Women in India, IGDTUW has taken a top spot and ranked 2nd in category of “HEIs for Women (Govt. and Govt. Aided)” in Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievement (ARIIA) 2020, by the honourable Vice President of India on 18th August 2020.

    • IGDTUW has upgraded its position from 162 to 145th in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) Ranking for the academic year 2020-2022 among the top National Engineering colleges.

    • IGDTUW have made a debut among top Universities in the “World’s Universities with Real Impact (WURI)” Ranking, “WURI: Innovative Universities for 2020” with 77th position and also bagged the rank 21 in the special category “Entrepreneurial Spirit” of WURI 2020 ranking.

  • Acheivements of the year

    • This year in 2020, Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women has been aggregated under All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for all the under-graduate and post-graduate programmes [except M. Plan (Urban Planning)]

    • IGDTUW is well known for its best teaching rating and excellent research records. It offers various disciplines of courses for graduate, undergraduate and doctorate in field of engineering. With over 3000 students and 1,50 staff, it becomes one of the top-ranking women universities in India. It is approved by the University Grant Commission (UGC) of India. IGDTUW is now recognized under University Grant Commission (UGC). This year IGDTUW achieved 12B UGC grant dated 9th Sept. 2020

    • IGDTUW has been awarded with QS I-GAUGE E-LEAD (E-Learning Excellence for Academic Digitization) certification for excellence in conducting online training and Learning process.

    • Under QS I-Gauge (Indian Colleges and University Rating) Rating, Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women has been awarded with a “Diamond University” Rating on 30th September 2020. The university has achieved this award through its rigorous performance under the abled leadership of the honourable Vice-Chancellor of IGDTUW, Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Dev.

    • IGDTUW has been conferred with Sushma Swaraj STREE (Serene Tenacious Reverberating Enchanting Empowering) SHAKTI SAMMAN award on 25th Sept. 2020 owing to its vision and outstanding commitment.

    • The University has set up the “Centre of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence” with the grant from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) within the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India

    • The University has set up the “Centre of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence” with the grant from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) within the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India

    • “Women in Big Data™ (WiBD)” International chapter in IGDTUW for enhancing women representation in Big Data. IGDTUW launched its first global not-for-profit global organization out to champion the success of Women in Big Data™ (WiBD) centre and an International chapter to enhance and increase women’s representation in Big Data.

    • The University has been granted with funding of 8 Crores from Delhi Knowledge Development Fund (DKDF) for establishment of Centre of Excellence in Mechatronics

    • The University has been granted with funding of 7.50 Crores from Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, for establishment of Centre of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence in the University with building high tech, and quality AI equipped hardware and Software resources.

  • Courses Offered By University
    Under graduate Programmes

    B. Tech - CSE (Artificial Intelligence)

    B. Tech (CSE)

    B. Tech (IT)

    B. Tech (ECE)

    B. Tech (MAE)

    Dual Degree (B.Tech - MAE + MBA)

    BBA

    Post graduate Programmes

    M. Tech - CSE (AI)

    M. Tech - IT (ISM)

    M. Tech (R & A)

    M. Tech - ECE (VLSI)

    M. Plan (Urban Planning)

    MBA

    MCA

    Doctoral Programmes

    Electronics & Communication

    Computer Science & Engineering

    Information Technology

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Applied Sciences & Humanities

  • Departments By IGDTUW

    Department of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
    The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and M. Tech CSE (Artificial intelligence) and Ph.D. in all emerging areas of computer science.

    Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)
    The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) provide dynamic and quality engineering for Women. In the existing scenario of rapid and sophisticated development in the field of Electronics and Communications and its allied fields, the Department’s intent and focus has always been to globally produce competitive and socially sensitized engineering for graduates and post-graduates. The department also focus to bring out quality research in the emerging areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

    Department of Mechanical & Automation Engineering (MAE)
    The Department of Mechanical & Automation Engineering (MAE) offers B. Tech in Mechanical & Automation Engineering, M. Tech in Robotics Automation & Ph.D. in different specializations of Mechanical & Automation Engineering.

    Department of Information Technology (IT)
    The Department of Information Technology (IT) has shown incomparable innovation, research aptitude, industry linkage, intellectual talent, technical and problem-solving skills through active participation of Faculty, Research Scholars and Students at National and International level.

    Department of Architecture & Planning
    The Department of Architecture & Planning (approved under Council of Architecture) provides a Bachelor’s Degree program in Architecture (B. Arch.) with an intake of 40 young creative minds each year. The students have to qualify JEE mains (Paper 2) and apply through JAC for admission. The Department has also introduced a two year full-time Postgraduate Master of Planning (Urban Planning) program from 2019 with an intake of 23 students.

    Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities (ASH)
    The Department provides and imparts quality education in the area of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Soft Skills & Communication and Management to the future technocrats of all streams. Strong engineering background supported with sound knowledge in basic and applied sciences equips graduates with many skills that would contribute to their success in their careers in academics, research and industry.

    Department of Management
    The Department is currently running a BBA program and is launching a new two-year full-time MBA program starting from Academic Session 2020-21 in order to cater to the growing industry need for Management graduates, with technical background.

  • Incubation Center of University

    IGDTUW Anveshan Foundation is a section 8 company promoted by Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women to create an entrepreneurial culture, to promote startups an intellectual property creation that can lead to the value creation, employment for inclusive and sustainable development. It is recognized by Department of Science and Technology (DST), Gol as Technical Business Incubator.

    ANVESHAN FOUNDATION has been formed as an independent corporate entity to enable sufficient flexibility and quicker response time and to bring in best of the professional practices for benefit of upcoming entrepreneurs. IGDTUW- Anveshan Foundation was incorporated on 13th October 2016, formed as a Section 8 company under the Indian Companies Act 2015, it is completely owned by IGDTUW.

    ANVESHAN FOUNDATION is an outcome of Incubation Policy from Govt. of NCT, Delhi. Under this policy, initially 6 institutes from Delhi were selected to develop incubation centre within the institute, with an objective to provide a progressive and comprehensive platform to the entrepreneurs.

  • IGDTUW Student Placement Review

    The Placement Season for the batch 2019-20 started with the high note and more than 80 companies visited the campus for about 277 Full Time Offers, 43 pre-placement Offers and more than 173 internship offers. Thus about 465 offers were received by students in the year 2019-20 during the On-Campus Drives. The CTC of Rs.43.3 Lakhs from Microsoft IDC and internship package of Rs.1.5 Lakhs per month from Uber were the highest in each category.

    It is a matter of stupendous pride to share that compared to the last year 2018-19, there has been a rise in average CTC from 10.3 Lakhs per annum to 13.33 Lakhs per annum and a rise in highest package from 41.6 Lakhs to 43.3 Lakhs.

    Many of our students have been placed in renowned National and Multinational companies. We are honoured to have corporate giants like Google, Microsoft, Uber, Intuit, Goldman Sachs, American Express, Walmart, Netapp, Cisco, GE, Nestle, Siemens, Accenture , TCS, DELL, Qualcomm, Mahindra & Mahindra, Maruti , Honda, Bajaj Automobile, MG Motor, Tata Motors, Nestle, Eaton, HUL, Ather Energy, Siemens, Honeywell, Cameron, Fluor Daniel, and list is endless, visiting us annually and offering great opportunities to our students. In the Placement Season 2020-21 till now, more than 300 full time offers and about 203 internship offers (for summer internship-2022) have been bagged by the students. This season, till date, the highest annual package offering for full time is 59.45 Lakhs CTC by Google-India, with internship package of 1.6 Lakh, by Uber for the 2022 summers. The placement season started on a high note with more than 55% of the current FTE offers being above 14 Lakhs CTC (so far) and a commendable increase in the number of Pre-Placement Offers.

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