The Extended Version of some of the outstanding submissions will be forwarded for publication in the following reputed indexed journals.

  • International Journal of Grid And High Performance Computing - IGI Global
  • International Journal of E-Health And Medical Communications (IJEHMC) - IGI Global
  • IET Quantum Communication
  • International Journal of Hybrid Intelligence, Inderscience publishers
  • Special issue titled "Practical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence for Industry 5.0 " in EAI Transaction on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems. [Subject to the final acceptance by the Special Issue editorial team]
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Conference Venue: Amity University Jharkhand Campus

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  • Paper Submission deadline: 30/09/2021
  • Notification of Acceptance: 01/11/2021
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  • Early Bird: 10/11/2021
  • General: 20/11/2021
  • Camera Ready submission: 25/11/2021
  • Dates of the Conference: 09/12/2021, 10/12/2021

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About EWCIS2021

EWCIS 2021 aims to congregate scientist, engineers and technologist from academia as well as from industry on a common platform for a brief yet intense period of discussion on the Theme of ‘wireless communication technologies for smart and safe society’ and facilitates with an opportunity to collaborate and address the problems of providing security to wireless communication, biomedical engineering in the areas of smart cities, smart healthcare, intelligent transportation systems and also to provide a platform to the researchers to showcase their talent in front of eminent academician, industrialists and publish their work in reputed journals.

About the Department

ECE department at Amity University Jharkhand is keeping its signature in the areas of academics and research and development with collaboration since its inception in 2016. The department is running the program of bachelor of technology in ECE. The department is enriched with people having domain specific knowledge, academic experience and intra as well as inters disciplinary research skill. The research areas where the department can add value are wireless and mobile communication, wideband communication, radar sensing, intelligent transportation systems, free space optics and optical communication, signal processing etc. The department will run its master’s program in ECE as well as doctoral program very soon the strategic plan. Several memorandum of understanding with industry as well as with the universities abroad for exchange program have been initiated to facilitate the scholars.

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Prof. Hiroshi Inokawa,

Shizouka University Japan.

Mr. Utpal Chakrabarti

Head of Artificial Intelligence at YES Bank

Dr. W. Selvamurthy,

President, ASTIF, Director General, Amity Directorate of Science and Innovation, Chancellor of Amity University, Chhattisgarh

Dr. Amlan Chakrabarti,

Professor and Director, A.K. Choudhury School of IT, University of Calcutta

Dr. Mrinal Musib,

BioMedical Engineering, NUS Singapore.

Dr. Daksh Agarwal

Lab Research/University of Pennsylvania

Mr. Aninda Bose,

Senior Editor, Research Publishing, Books, Interdisciplinary Applied Sciences, Springer Nature.

Dr. Rupesh Kumar,

Research Scientist at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Dr. Rajkumar Buyya,

Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Director, Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems (CLOUDS) Lab School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Prof. Jemal H Abawajy,

Professor at Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University, Australia ( Confirmation Awaited)

Lalit Garg,

Senior Lecturer, Computer Information Systems, University of Malta, Malta

Prof. Arun K Majumdar,

Research Scientist, San Diego, California

Tracks of the Conference

The Conference tracks include (but are not limited to)

Track 1:

Wireless Communications and Smart Systems

Ad Hoc Networks of Autonomous, Intelligent Systems, Autonomic Networking, Body Area Networks and e-Health, Coverage, Connectivity and Deployment Issues, Hybrid Wireless Communication Systems, Localization and Positioning Schemes, Measurements and Experimental Research, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks and Multi-Hop Wireless, Modeling, Algorithms, and Performance Evaluation, Ultra-Wideband and Short-Range Networks, Vehicular Networks, 5G for IoMT and smart cities, 6G enabled smart cities, radar sensing.

Track 2:

Signal Processing in Engineering and Biomedical Applications

Image Acquisition, Image Enhancement, Image Restoration, Color Image Processing, Wavelets Processing, Compression, Morphological Processing, Segmentation, Object recognition, Knowledge Base, robust and low complexity filter design, signal reconstruction, filter bank theory, wavelets, statistical signal processing, adaptive filtering, learning algorithms for neural networks, spectrum estimation and modeling, Biomedical device engineering, biomedical technology, bionics and bio sensors, bio robotics, biomedical imaging, wireless body area network, brain computer interfaces, Neuroprosthetics, Medical devices and medical imaging, medical and Nano biotechnology, Bioinstrumentation

Track 3

Data Communication and Information security

Applied cryptography, Cryptanalysis, Digital Signatures, Authentication and access control, Biometric security, Computer and communication security, Cryptography and cryptanalysis, Cyber Physical Systems, Information systems security, Intrusion detection systems, Mobile and wireless security, Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor, Network Security, Multimedia security ,Operating system security, Peer-to-peer security, Privacy and data protection, Quantum cryptography, Security in Media Processing and Communications, Security modeling, tools & simulation, Security of personal area networks, Security of Wi-Fi and WiMAX systems, User & location privacy, Virtualization, VoIP & Web security.

Track 4

Computing and Communication in Intelligent healthcare

Quantum computation, Engineering Challenges of quantum computation, quantum algorithms for optimization, quantum states and quantum operations, machine vision, emotion gestures/affective computing, NLP, NLG, knowledge graphs, deep learning, reinforcement learning, quantum computing, synthetic data, augmented intelligence and machine learning, Information Extraction from Pathology Reports, Impact of Data Interoperability on AI for Healthcare and Drug, Medical Image analysis by AI, RPA, , Smart City Technology and Applications, Smart grids, Smart home and smart buildings, Smart Transportation and Infrastructure, Transportation Infrastructure Sensing, Wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, Wireless Body Area Network and Wireless Health, Big data research, Emerging services and analytics, Internet of things fundamentals, Internet of things applications, Big data for multi-discipline services, security, privacy and trust

Track 5

Electronic Devices

Advanced Technology, Process and Materials, Analog, Power and RF Devices, Compact Modeling and Process, Devices & Circuits for Sensors, Optoelectronics & Display, Emerging Computing Devices and Circuits, Memory Devices & Circuits Towards Non Von Neumann

Chief Patron:
Dr. Ashok K Chauhan Founder President, Amity Education Group
Dr. Atul K Chauhan, Chancellor, Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi.
Shri U. Ramachandran, Hon’ble Sr. Vice President Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi.
Joint Secretary:
Mr. Gourav Gupta, Hon’ble Vice President Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi.
General Chair:
Dr. W. Selvamurthy, President, ASTIF, Director General, Amity Directorate of Science and Innovation, Chancellor of Amity University, Chhattisgarh.
Dr. Raman Kr. Jha, Vice Chancellor, Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi
Dr. Debashis De, Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, West Bengal University of Technology
Conference Co chair
Dr. Ajit Kr. Pandey, Director, Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi
Organizing Chair:
Mr. Prabhakar Tripathi, Registrar, Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi
General Co chair and Convener: 
Dr. Mithun Chakraborty, ECE, Amity School of Engineering & Technology.
Organizing Co Chair:
Dr. Jayeeta Chattopadhyay, Amity University Jharkhand, Ranchi
Publication Chair:
Dr. Samarendra nath Sur, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Dr. Amit Banerjee, Technocrat, Scientific Advisor, Microelectronic Technologies & Devices; Formerly Scientist, ECE, NUS, Singapore & Research Institute of Electronics, Japan
Publication Co chair :
Dr.Manoj Gupta Associate Professor, Department of ECE, JECRC University, Jaipur (Rajasthan), India
Editors of the book proceedings:
Dr. Mithun Chakraborty Dept. of ECE, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. W. Selvamurthy, President, ASTIF, Director General, Amity Directorate Of Science And Innovation, Chancellor Of Amity University, Chhattisgarh
Dr. Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues, IEEE Fellow, Professor, Federal University Of Piauí (Ufpi) Campus Petrônio Portela, Brazil.
Dr. Samarendra Nath Sur Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim Manipal University
Track Chair:
Dr. Angsuman Sarkar, KGEC, Kalyani, West Bengal
Dr. Santi Prasad Maity, Professor, IIEST, Shibpur, West Bengal
Dr. Debdatta Kandar, Associate Professor, North Eastern Hill University, Shillog
Dr. Sarita Kumari, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. Pritam K Sahoo, Amity University Jharkhand
Event Joint Coordinator:
Mr. Biswajit Dara, Amity University Jharkhand
Mr. Debashis Sarkar, Amity University Jharkhand
Sponsorship Chair:
Mr. Saurabh Sarkar, Amity University Jharkhand
Treasurer: Mr. Soumit Ghosh, FO, Amity University Jharkhand

National Advisory Committee: 
Dr. P K Saxena, PSA Fellow, Former Director SAG, DRDO 
Dr. Debajyoti Mukhopadhyay, Dean of SoEAS, Bennett University, Uttar Pradesh
Dr.  Arun  Kumar Majumdar, Emeritus Professor,  JISIASR, West Bengal
Dr. Amitava Roy, Principal, JGEC, West Bengal  
Dr. Rabindranath Bera, Professor, SMU
Dr. Debdatta Kandar, Asso. Prof. NEHU, Shillong
Dr. Bansibadan Maji, Professor, NIT, Durgapur, 
Dr. Debasish De, Professor, MAKAUT 
Dr. Angshuman Sarkar, Professor,  KGEC
Dr. Jitendra Nath Bera, Professor, CU
Dr. Santi Prasad Maity, Professor, IIEST, Shibpur
Dr. Goutam Das, Professor, CGEC
Dr. Sudipta Chattyopadhyay, Professor, Mizoram University
Dr. Subindu Kumar, Professor, IIT Dhanbad
Dr. Sourav. Dhar, HOD ECE, SMU, 
Dr. Rowdra Ghatak, NIT Durgapur,

International Advisory Committee:
Dr. Korhan Cengiz, Trakya University, Turkey
Dr.  Hiroshi Inokawa, Professor, Shizouka University Japan.  
Dr. Xiao-Zhi Gao, Professor at University of Eastern Finland
Utpal Chakraborty, Head of Artificial Intelligence at YES Bank 
Dr. Mrinal Musib, BioMedical Engineering, NUS Singapore. 
Dr. Daksh Agarwal, Lab Research/University of Pennsylvania.  
Dr. Joel Rodriguez,  Federal University of Piauí (UFPI), Brazil; Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal 
Dr. Rajkumar Buyya, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Director, Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems (CLOUDS) Lab School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr. Jemal H Abawajy, Professor at Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University, Australia 
Chandan Jha,  Deputy Manager, (Algorithm Development), IC Plus Corporation, Taiwan
Dr. Rupesh Kumar, Research Scientist at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Dr. Lalit Garg, Senior Lecturer, Computer Information Systems, University of Malta, Malta 
Prof. Arun K Majumdar, Research Scientist, San Diego, California 

Organizing Committee:
Dr. Amit Kr. Datta, AIBT, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. Shovona Choudhury, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. Sayantani Banerjee, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. Soumen Kanrar, Amity University Jharkhand
Dr. Shalini Mahato, Amity University Jharkhand
Mr. Amit Kumar, Admin, Amity University Jharkhand
Mr. Satish Kumar, IT, Amity University Jharkhand
Mr. S K Rohit, BJMC, Amity University Jharkhand

Technical Program Committee:
Dr. Debdatta Kandar, NEHU
Dr. Samarendranath Sur, SMU
Dr. Sourav Dhar, SMU
Dr. Swarup Roy, SMU
Md. Ruhul Islam, SMU
Dr. Santanu Misra, SMU
Dr. Tatiana Chakravorthy, KL UNIVERSITY
Mr. Shubhajit Datta, Research Scholar, IIT Kharagpur
Mr. Mrinmoy Sarkar, BIET WEST BENGAL
Dr. Manash Saha, SIT WEST BENGAL
Dr. Ratheesh Kumar, Department of Ophthalmology & Vision Science
University of California Davis (UC DAVIS), Davis, CA 95616
Mr. Chandan Kr. Jha , TAIWAN
Dr. Barnali Dey, SMU
Mrs. Avipsa Banerjee, SIEM
Mr. Subhankar Shome, ST. MARY UNIVERSITY
Mr. Arun Kumar Singh, SMU
Dr. H Saikia, SMU
Dr. Rabindranath Bera , SMU
Dr. Divya Sharma, Asst. Prof.,THAPAR Inst.of Engg &Tech
Mr. Dheeraj Dubey, R Scholar, MNNIT Allahabad, 
Mr. Shivam Singh, R Scholar, MNNIT Allahabad, 
Mr. Raghavendra Pal, Vaagdevi Col of Engg, Warangal, 
Mr. Prateek Raj Gautam, R Scholar, MNNIT Allahabad,
Mr. Ajay Kumar Yadav, R Scholar, MNNIT Allahabad, 
Deepak Kumar Maharana, R Scholar, BPUT Rourkela, 
Dr. P K Sahoo, Asst. Prof, AUJ
Mr. Saurabh Sarkar, Asst. Prof. , AUJ
Dr. Sarita Kumari, Asst. Prof., AUJ
Mr. Swaraj Banerjee, NIT, Mizoram
Dr. Avishek Roy, Adamas University
Dr. Saurav Gupta, Asst. Prof, VR Sidhhartha Engg College
Dr. Anil Kumar, Asst. Prof. K L University
Dr. Gopiram, asst. prof. , K L university
Dr. Angshuman Sarkar, KGEC
Dr. Goutam Das, CGEC
Dr. Sudipta Chattyopadhyay, Mizoram University
Dr. Dipen Bapari, Vaagdevi College of Engineering, Telengana
Prof. Sayanti Banerjee, Amity University Kolkata
Prof Kalyan Chatterjee, Amity University Kolkata
Dr. Rajkishore Kumar, VIT Chennai


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INUSTRY PERSONNEL 6660.00 7400.00

Information for Delegates

  • Bhagawan Birsa Biological Park also known as Jharkhand Zoo is wildlife zoo spread over 104 hectares that features numerous animals including Asian Black Bear, Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lions, Indian Peacock, Indian Elephant among others.
  • Tagore Hill
  • Jagannath Temple
  • Dassam Falls
  • Jonha Falls
  • Rock Garden


Ranchi has a domestic airport (BIRSA MUNDA AIRPORT) and is also well connected to major Indian cities by road and rail. There are frequent flight available from Ranchi to Indra Gandhi International Airport


Ranchi airport, located at Hinoo, is about seven(07) km away from the city centre. Patna, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai are connected to Ranchi by regular flights. Kolkata is the nearest international airport, which is well-connected to many cities in India and abroad.

Nearest station is Hatia. Ranchi railhead is well-connected to all important cities in India.

Ranchi is well connected to several cities in Jharkand and Bihar by state road transport corporation buses. Bokaro (110 km), Chaibasa (130 km), Dhanbad (170 km), Patna (340 km) and Jamshedpur (140 km) are all connected to Ranchi. Private tourist bus services are also available from Kolkata to Ranch


Jharkhand guarantees security to every tourist. The government has set up a police cell for highway patrol and Police &traffic control room has been set up around ranchi and are active 24*7 and highway is being patrolled. We wish to let tourists from the all over the world to know about the good experience they can get in the close to nature Ranchi

SIGHT SEEING - The capital of Jharkhand, Ranchi comes as a surprise to most travellers simply because of its unexplored beauty. With its simple way of life and natural heritage, there is something inexplicably heart-warming and magnetic about this city. Home to numerous waterfalls, temples and scenic viewpoints, the city has got quite a few places to explore. To make things easier and help plan your holiday, we have a compiled a comprehensive list of the best places to visit in Ranch

1.Jagannath Temple
The first thing that strikes you about Jagannath Temple is its resemblance to the temple in Puri. Located about 10 km from the main city, this 17th-century shrine is one of the most popular places in the city and is thus visited by innumerable tourists. The best time to visit the temple is undoubtedly during the Ratha Yatra which is held every year in the months of June-July. As the temple is built on a hill, you will have to climb several stairs to reach there. After seeking blessings, don’t forget to spend a few minutes enjoying the splendid views of the city from the top

2. Rock Garden
Built from the rocks of Gonda Hill, the Rock Garden is one of the most visited tourist places in Ranchi. It is located on a small hill by the Kanke Dam, which further adds to its alluring charm. You must not miss the unusual iron footbridge here which stands on the support of only two poles and is a sight to behold. The garden also encompasses small waterfalls, beautiful sculptures and statues which make for a lovely setting to enjoypicnic.

3. Kanke Dam
Kanke Dam is situated conveniently close to the Rock Garden so it is best to visit the two spots together. The dam has slowly become a must-visit place in Ranchi and is brimming with people, especially during evenings and on weekends. Surrounded by undulating hills and offering charming views of the city, this is a great place to unwind after a long week or enjoy a leisurely picnic

4. Sun Temple
The first glimpse of the Sun Temple in Ranchi is absolutely captivating. Situated on a hilltop, the temple is constructed in the typical Sun temple architecture depicting a giant chariot with 18 wheels, pulled by seven horses. Other than the Sun God, the shrine holds idols of many other Hindu Gods and Goddesses and also has a pondwithin its complex which is considered sacred. The temple is visited by a number of tourists every day and makes for one of the most popular places to see in Ranchi.

5. Jonha falls
There are some places which become a symbol for the city they are in; Jonha falls is one of those places. Breathtakingly beautiful, the first glimpse of these hanging valley falls is unforgettable and will stay with you long after you have left. The Gunga and Raru rivers merge and fall from a height of 141 ft. to add to the most amazing surroundings to watch. Even though it is visited by a number of tourists every day, it is far from over-crowded and you can easily find a quiet spot to enjoy your time.

6. Patratu Valley
If long winding roads overlooking a breathtaking valley is what makes your holiday perfect, then you do not want to miss the Patratu Valley! Perhaps the best stretch you can find in the state of Jharkhand, the drive from Ranchi to the valley is every bike lover’s delight. The S-turns, hairpins and swooping corners, and the stunning vistas make the drive all the more exciting. You must stop at the Patratu Dam which is just as breathtaking and makes a great spot for picnicking.

COMFORT STAY: Ranchi has various 5star as well as 4star Hotels for your comfortable stay Radisson Blu Hotel  
      Yuvraj Palace Hotel
      Golden Tulip Hotel  
    Capitol Residency Hotel
    Landmark Hotel    


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Prof. Dr. Ajith Abraham Delivering the Plenary Talk

Prof. Hiroshi Inokawa, Prof. Arun K Majumder, Dr. Amit Banerjee Delivering the Keynote Speech

Prof. Dr. Jemal H Abawajy, Prof. Dr. Celia Shehnaz Delivering the Plenary Talk

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