Industry 4.0 is about using connected intelligence to usher in greater productivity, quality, flexibility, safety and resource utilisation across manufacturing enterprises, in which advanced manufacturing such as Robotics or Additive Manufacturing play a critical role.
International Conference on Industry 4.0 and Advanced Manufacturing, abbreviated as I-4AM (pronounced i-forum), is a biennial conference series, intends to provide a platform to bring together all stakeholders in manufacturing and Industry 4.0, in particular those in academia and industry, in both India and abroad for them to deliberate on the nature, needs, challenges, opportunities, problems and solutions in this transformational area of endeavour. A specific focus of I-4AM is to provide a platform for exploring avenues for creating a vision of, and enablers for sustainable, affordable, and human-centric Industry 4.0, and to showcase cutting edge practice, research and educational innovation in this crucial and rapidly evolving area.
I-4AM 2022 is the second in a series of a conferences to be hosted online by the Centre for Product Design and Manufacturing (CPDM), partnering with twelve other departments at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru during 10-11 January 2022. IISc is one of India's leading science and technology institutions and is one of the Institutes of Eminence decreed by the MHRD, Government of India. I-4AM 2022 is sponsored by the Smart Factory at IISc, a common engineering facility centre under the Samarth Udyog Bharat 4.0 Programme, Department of Heavy Industries, Govt of India.
I-4AM 2019 was organised by the Centre for Product Design and Manufacturing, Indian Institute of Science, under its CEFC on I4.0India@IISc (Smart Factory) within the SAMARTH Udyog Bharat 4.0 programme of the Department of Heavy Industries, Government of India. I-4AM 2019 was held at JN Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, during 28-29 June 2019 with more than 200 national and international participants. The conference had 12 keynotes and 5 panel discussions from thought leaders in industry, academia, strategic sectors and policy bodies, as well as podium and poster sessions for research papers. The proceedings of I-4AM 2019 was published by Springer, and can be accessed from here: www.springer.com/gp/book/9789811556883
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Giri received a B. Tech. in Metallurgical Engineering from IIT, Bombay and an MS in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, with a focus on laser ultrasonic tomography. He has more than 23 years of experience serving in engineering, research, and management positions largely in high performance and scientific computing, with seven of these in Tokyo at companies such as NKK and RIST, and more than sixteen years in Bangalore at GE (JFWTC), IBM and Siemens. He is currently a senior project manager for Software Systems and Processes at Siemens Technology, where he has led global Digital Twin related initiatives.
Title: Towards a Digital Twin-driven PLM: trends and challenges
Abstract: Product lifecycle management (PLM) is at the threshold of a leap in evolution. Technologies at the heart of the fourth industrial revolution are increasingly enabling the creation and interconnection of Digital Twins that are digital clones of all phases and functions of the product lifecycle, and could even control related processes, with a potential to transform manufacturing and business ecosystems. Glimmerings of the North Star of an end-to-end Digital Twin-driven PLM are becoming apparent. We will examine trends leading to these developments, and some challenges along the journey.
Smt. Nidhi Chhibber is an IAS Officer of 1994 Batch, Chhattisgarh Cadre. In the state, she has worked in the departments of mining and geology, school education, technical education and manpower planning and as Chief Electoral Officer of the state. She joined Government of India in 2017, as Joint Secretary in Ministry of Defence. Presently she is posted as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India since April 2021.
Diane Mynors is the Head of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Brunel University London. She has degrees in both physics and engineering disciplines and has led complex multidisciplinary projects and groups, enhanced by her background in physics and manufacturing engineering, both of which are multifaceted disciplines. Throughout her career she has focused on the collection and application of knowledge in the field of manufacturing.
She has received personal awards from:
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers: The Thomas Stephen Prize The Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey
Title: Knowledge and Data in Manufacturing, Past and Future
Abstract: Driving research is part hard work and part imagination. Without imagination, things don't move forward, and without the hard work what has been imagined can't be realised.
This talk is a light-hearted look across several decades, decades across which the author has worked in developing ideas, decades where so much has changed in the acquisition, handling and application of knowledge and data. A world where the next generation of researchers have the opportunity to imagine and realise, in real and virtual space, manufacturing environments that result in products for a new era of customer expectations.
Paulo Bartolo is Professor on Advanced Manufacturing at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Executive Director of Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP), Singapore. At NTU, he is also Director of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) hub at NTU and member of the Food@NTU programme. He is also Professor at the University of Manchester (UK). He authored more than 600 publications in journal papers, book chapters and conference proceedings, co-edited 22 books and holds 16 patents. Paulo Bartolo was listed as a top 2% in the world by Stanford University and Microsoft Academic ranked him as the most salient author worldwide on the biomanufacturing field and among the top 25 most salient author worldwide in the biofabrication field.
Title: Advances in Additive Manufacturing
Abstract: This keynote presentation will address new research trends in the field of additive manufacturing (AM) a key enabling technology of Industry 4.0. Key aspects related to AM digital twins, advanced materials and multi-modal AM systems will be discussed. Examples in the field of electronics, construction and medicine will be provided.
Dr. S. N. Omkar is a Chief Research Scientist at Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India. He is the chairperson at Standardization of Drones Committee by the Bureau of Indian Standards. He is also the convenor, Standardization of Agricultural Drones Special Committee by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Dr. S. N. Omkar’s research interests include Satellite image processing, Uninhabited Air Vehicles (UAV), Drone Computing, Nature-inspired algorithms, Biomechanics and Yoga. He is also pursuing several projects and research work in the area of Satellite and UAV image processing; Flood and Disaster Management; and Yoga. He has developed several algorithms and used them for a variety of applications like road extraction, flood assessment, crop classification, crop growth analysis, radiation monitoring etc. The other facet of Dr. Omkar's research includes composite design optimization using nature inspired techniques.
Title: Drones - Design Challenges
Abstract: The design challenges can be broadly classified as technical, financial, standards and regulation. The technical front includes a lack clear established drone sizing methodology, lack of interdisciplinary collaboration, custom battery, motor and propeller fabrication facility, noise reduction, UTM, cyber security rogue drone, lack of peer reviewed development of simulators for certification and understanding flying characteristics, lack of open-source software's for battery, motor and propeller sizing.
Financial challenges include - 1. shortage of raw materials (Balsa, Birch, Depron, composites) 2. unforeseen delay in shipment due to international regulations 3. shortage of skilled workforce.
Regulations and standards are still exploratory in nature. Lack of lack of manufacturing expertise and volume on making specialized equipment is a major challenge.
Soundar Kumara is the Allen, E., and Allen, M., Pearce Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Penn State and has an affiliate appointment with the school of Information Sciences and Technology. He is a Fellow of IISE, ASME, CIRP, and AAAS. He is the recipient of David Baker Distinguished Research Award from IISE, Excellence in Research Award from ASME Computers & Information Engineering (CIE) division and Listed among the 20 most influential academics in smart manufacturing by Society of Manufacturing Engineering.
Title: Self Sufficient and Resilient Supply Chains
Abstract: Covid-19 has shown us the drawbacks of our supply chains and exposed our vulnerabilities. In this talk we will focus on the research aspects related to resilient supply chains keeping in mind the mantra, “self-sufficiency.” We will discuss our previous work using network science to build resilient and adaptive supply chains. Our research driven discussion will highlight how the “intelligent,” and “digital,” technologies can play an important role in driving the future.
Dr. Satyandra K. Gupta holds Smith International Professorship in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Department of Computer Science in Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California. He serves as the Director of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing. He served as a program director for the National Robotics Initiative at the National Science Foundation from September 2012 to September 2014. Dr. Gupta’s research interests are physics-informed artificial intelligence, computational foundations for decision making, and human-centered automation. He works on applications related to Computer-Aided Design, Manufacturing Automation, and Robotics. He has published more than four hundred technical articles. He is a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Solid Modeling Association (SMA), and Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). He serves as the editor-in-chief of the ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering. Dr. Gupta has received numerous honors and awards for his scholarly contributions. Representative examples include a Young Investigator Award from the Office of Naval Research in 2000, Robert W. Galvin Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers in 2001, CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation in 2001, Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2001, Invention of the Year Award at the University of Maryland in 2007, Kos Ishii-Toshiba Award from ASME in 2011, Excellence in Research Award from ASME Computers and Information in Engineering Division in 2013, Distinguished Alumnus Award from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee in 2014, and ASME Design Automation Award in 2021. He was named “The 20 most influential professors in smart manufacturing” by Smart Manufacturing Magazine in June 2020. He was given Use-Inspired Research Award by Viterbi School of Engineering in 2021 for creating solutions that are addressing US aerospace and defense industry’s needs in the advanced manufacturing area. He has also received ten best paper awards at international conferences.
Title: Additive Manufacturing with Robots: Improving Part Strength, Processing Speed, and Process Flexibility
Abstract: Additive Manufacturing (AM) is expected to revolutionize manufacturing. The current generation of AM technology has overcome many limitations of traditional manufacturing. However, the current AM technology still needs many improvements. This presentation will describe how robots can be used to realize the next generation of AM technologies. The first part of this presentation will describe how performing material deposition using articulated robot arms can significantly expand AM processes capabilities by enabling material deposition on non-planar layers. Many composite parts have thin three-dimensional shell structures. Achieving the right fiber orientation is critical to the functioning of these parts. Printing them using conventional planar-layer AM processes leads to fibers being oriented in the plane of the layer. The capability to deposit the material along non-planar conformal layers can produce parts with improved material properties. Robots can be used to perform multi-resolution printing that finds the best trade-off between build speed and surface finish. Robots can also be used to realize of supportless AM. In the near foreseeable future, AM is not expected to produce high-quality electronics (e.g., processor, sensors). The use of robots also enables the insertion of externally fabricated components such as sensors, actuators, and energy harvesting components during the AM process. The second part of this presentation will describe artificial intelligence techniques needed for generating and executing robot trajectories to build high quality parts using AM.
Dr Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair is a Professor, a Highly Cited Researcher, and a Most Influential Scientist in the world at the National University of Singapore (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seeram-ramakrishna/). He has previously held various senior academic leadership roles at NUS, is a member of ISO/TC 323 on circular economy; and an elected Fellow of UK Royal Academy of Engineering, among other prestigious positions. He advises the Singapore Ministry of Sustainability and Environment as well as the World Bank; and is a member of UNESCO Global Independent Expert Group on the Universities and the 2030 Agenda (EGU2030).
Title: Circular Economy: Role of Industry 4.0 and advanced Manufacturing
Abstract: COVID19 pandemic as well as changing geopolitics have accelerated the development and adoption of fourth industrial revolution technologies, 4IR so as to restore resilience of economies. The 4IR technologies coupled with advanced manufacturing are critical in attaining the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 via circular economy. Benefits include lower greenhouse gas emissions; reduction of solid waste going into the land, incinerators, and oceans; higher circularity of materials and products; low-carbon products and services; reduced social costs; and better and new jobs. This keynote presents a discussion of basics, trends, challenges, solutions, and opportunities.
Professor Ashutosh Tiwari (CEng FIMechE FIET) holds the prestigious RAEng/Airbus Research Chair in Digital Manufacturing at the University of Sheffield. Internationally renowned for research in digital manufacturing, he is Deputy Director of £20mn EPSRC Future Electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub, in the Executive Committee of £7mn Made Smarter Research Centre for Connected Factories, and serves on the EPSRC Strategic Advisory Team (SAT) for Manufacturing. With over 20 years of experience, he has a track record of leading cross-TRL projects worth over £15mn, produced 343 publications (155 journal and 133 conference papers), graduated 36 PhDs, and was awarded an EPSRC HVM Catapult Fellowship.
Title: Digitalisation of Skill-Intensive Manufacturing Processes
Abstract: This talk will focus on the development and application of novel digitalization techniques for smart industrial systems. The simultaneous tracking of human actions and the effect of those actions on the workpiece(s) during a manual task and the digitalisation of this real-time knowledge will be demonstrated in this talk using a gaming interface technology. The main steps in this research are the spatio-temporal segmentation of the captured continuous digital data into human and workpiece states and the subsequent human-workpiece state interaction modelling. These steps enable deeper investigation of manual tasks, paving the way for in-process monitoring and intelligent automation support for skill-intensive manual manufacturing tasks.
Prof. Manoj Kumar Tiwari (FNAE, FNASc, FIIIE, FIISE, and FIETI) is serving as Director, National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai since Nov 05, 2019. He was a Professor with Higher Academic Grade (HAG) in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and currently on lien for five years. As a researcher, he is working in the domain of Manufacturing System and Supply Chain Management. His research and teaching interests are in modeling the Manufacturing Processes and Operations analysis in Supply Chain Networks. Optimization, Simulation and Computational Intelligence are the main techniques adopted by Prof. Tiwari to automate the decision support system for complex and large-scale problems in Manufacturing and Logistics System. His research interests have been supported by several industries, national and international research funding agencies. He has published more than 325 papers (H Index, Google Scholar – 71 and Scopus-57) in the International Journals of repute and he has been rated as Rank 1 among top 100 individual researchers across the world who had published research articles in International Journal of Production Research (Taylor & Francis) during the time period 1985-2010 (International Journal of Production Research, Volume 51, Issue 23-24, 2013). He is also mentioned as Top leading author in the domain of Supply Chain Analytical Techniques by Journal of Computer & Industrial Engineering (Volume 137, 2019). He is serving as Associate editors of IEEE System, Man and Cybernetics- System, (SMC-S), International Journal of Production Research (Taylor & Francis), Computers and Industrial Engineering (Elsevier), Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing (Springer), and Sadhana (Springer). Prof. Tiwari is also serving as Chairman, Sectional Committee of Global Initiative for Academic Networks (GIAN), Chairman of Board of UG Studies AICTE and Member, Board of Governor at NIFFT Ranchi. Prof. Tiwari is Fellow of Institute of Industrial Engineers (IISE, USA), Fellow of Indian National academy of Engineering (INAE, India), and Fellow of National Academy of Sciences (FNASc, India).
Industry 4.0 Implementation along with efforts to pursue inclusive manufacturing
Abstract: Industry 4.0 implementation is on the board of corporates and academics. Wherein several emerging technologies are converging to provide digital solutions by utilizing the concepts of digitalization, advanced networking, and data analytics. Its implementation is not limited to manufacturing and production areas. Whereas, Logistics and supply chain participants are increasingly interconnecting through advanced networking and computing technologies that enable design, production, and service capabilities far beyond anything previously possible. Manufacturing & service complexity is being realized to be resolved, covering a wider paradigm of social and environmental concerns. The idea coins a term “Inclusive Manufacturing”. It is a composition of various policies and standards for resolving societal issues, environmental degradation and economic difficulties along with the integration of advanced manufacturing models and emerging technologies, like information and communication technologies, cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things and Semantic Web. In nut cell, the talk presents the adoption issues/patterns of Industry 4.0 technologies in a manufacturing firm along with the discussion on three industry cases, i.e., Airport baggage handling systems and fault detections, Competitive advantages of additive manufacturing over conventional manufacturing, Integrated forecasting and order management.
We invite you to submit full papers addressing the topics listed below. I-4AM 2022 will include keynotes and panel discussions from thought leaders in industry, academia, strategic sectors and policy bodies, as well as podium and poster sessions for research papers. All research papers submitted will undergo a peer review process by an international programme committee; all papers accepted for the conference will be published in a proceedings book by Springer and indexed in Scopus and other databases.
A Poster/flyer for I-4AM 2022 is available for download from this link (PDF format, Image format). Please feel free to download, print and display this poster in your department premises for a broader visibility of the conference.
Submission of papers are sought in all areas of Industry 4.0 and advanced manufacturing, including but not limited to the following areas:
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|Call for Papers||:||May 2021|
|Extended full Paper Submission||:||31 July 2021|
|Paper Acceptance Decision||:||20 October 2021|
|Final Paper Submission||:||10 November (Start) - 20 November (End) 2021|
|Early Bird Registration||:||30 November 2021|
|Conference||:||10 - 11 January 2022|
Information for Registration
Early Bird Registration Fees (On or before 30 November 2021)
|I-4AM 2022 Registration Category||Indian/ SAARC||International|
|Students||INR 1200||USD 60|
|Academics||INR 1600||USD 100|
|Organisations||INR 2000||USD 140|
Late Registration Fees (After 30 November 2021)
|I-4AM 2022 Registration Category||Indian/ SAARC||International|
|Students||INR 1600||USD 80|
|Academics||INR 2000||USD 120|
|Organisations||INR 2400||USD 160|
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|Fixed Charge for extra pages (Up to 2 pages)||USD 50||INR 1500|
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Advisory Committee* :
|Gurumoorthy, B||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India (Chair)|
|Amrutur, Bharadwaj||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Bhattacharjee, Debashish||Tata Steel, India|
|Chandrasekhar, U||Wipro 3D, India|
|Das, Debabrata||International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Bangalore, India|
|Gnanamoorthy, R||Indian Institutes of Technology Madras, India|
|Goel, PS||National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore, India|
|Gopalakrishnan, Kris||Axilor Ventures, India|
|Gregory, Mike||University of Cambridge, UK|
|Jayaram, Vikram||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Jayaraman, Kishore||Rolls Royce, India|
|Joshi, Suhas S||Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay, India|
|Khargaonkar, Pramod||University of California, Irvine, USA|
|Majhi, Banshidhar||Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram, India|
|Mandanna, KM||Ashok Leyland, India|
|Nagahanumaiah||Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore, India|
|Narahari, Y||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Palanisamy, Suresh||Swinburne University, Australia|
|Pratap, Rudra||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Radhakrishnan, P||PSG Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, India|
|Ramakrishna, Seeram||National University of Singapore, Singapore|
|Rao, V Bhujanga||National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore, India|
|Reddy, Satheesh||Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), India|
|Suresh, Subra||Nanyang Technological University, Singapore|
|Tiwari, Manoj Kumar||National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), India|
|Yarlagadda, Prasad||Queensland University of Technology, Australia|
Conference and Programme Chairs :
|Chakrabarti, Amaresh||Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India|
|Suwas, Satyam||Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India|
|Arora, Manish||Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India|
|Adams, Nico||Swinburne University, Australia|
|Babu, Ramesh||Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India|
|Bartolo, Paulo JDS||University of Manchester, UK|
|Frenz, Walter||RWTH Aachen, Germany|
|Gupta, Satyandra K||University of Southern California, USA|
|Jha, Sunil||Indian Institutes of Technology Delhi, India|
|Jolly, Mark||Cranfield University, UK|
|Kailas, Satish Vasu||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Karunakaran, KP||Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay, India|
|Minshall, Tim||University of Cambridge, UK|
|Morikawa, Hiroyuki||University of Tokyo, Japan|
|Pal, Surja Kanta||Indian Institutes of Technology Kharagpur, India|
|Rao, PVM||Indian Institutes of Technology Delhi, India|
|Ravi, B||Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay, India|
|Roy, Rajkumar||City University of London, UK|
|Schuh, Christopher A||MIT, USA|
|Sudarsan, Rachuri||Department of Energy, USA|
|Tandon, Puneet||Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Jabalpur, India|
|Tewari, Asim||Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay, India|
Programme Committee* :
|Anbu, V||Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA), India|
|Bajpai, Vivek||Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, India|
|Banerjee, Dipankar||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Behera, Amar||University of Chester, UK|
|Bhatnagar, Shalabh||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Biswas, Pradipta||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Bouras, Abdelaziz||Qatar University, Qatar|
|Chinnam, Ratna Babu||Wayne State University, USA|
|Ciszak, Olaf||Poznan University of Technology, Poland|
|Devadula, Sivasrinivasu||Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India|
|Dubey, Rameshwar||Liverpool John Moores University, UK|
|El-Khasawneh, Bashar||Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates|
|Ferreira, Joao Federal||University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil|
|Frank, Alejandro Germán||Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil|
|G R, Jayanth||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Ghosal, Ashitava||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Gopinath, Muvvala||Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India|
|Gururaja, Suhasini||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Haapala, Karl R||Oregon State University, USA|
|Huang, Yiinlun||Wayne State University, USA|
|Jain, Vipul||Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand|
|Kandasamy, Jayakrishna||Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), India|
|Kar, Amlan||Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, India|
|Kulkarni, Satyabodh||National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India|
|Kumar, C S||Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India|
|Kumara, Soundar||The Pennsylvania State University, USA|
|Kumaraguru, Senthilkumaran||Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Kancheepuram, India|
|Lee, Jay||University of Cincinnati, USA|
|Madhusudanan, N||Corporate Technology, Siemens, India|
|Malshe, Ajay||Purdue University, USA|
|Mani, Monto||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Meena, Kusum||Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India|
|Mohanty, Amiya||Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India|
|Mynors, Diane||Brunel University, UK|
|Ong, S K||National University of Singapore, Singapore|
|Pande, Sanjay||Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India|
|Prinz, Fritz||Stanford University, USA|
|Raman, Thulasi||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Rassõlkin, Anton||Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia|
|Rehman, Fayyaz||Southampton Solent University, UK|
|Samuel, G L||Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India|
|Sangwan, Vivek||Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India|
|Sarmah, SP||Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India|
|Sen, Dibakar||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Shafik, Mahmoud||University of Derby, UK|
|Shee, Himanshu||Victoria University, Australia|
|Srinivasan, Vijay||National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA|
|Subramanian, Nachiappan||University of Sussex, UK|
|Sutherland, John W||Purdue University, USA|
|Tomiyama, Tetsuo||International Professional University of Technology in Tokyo, Japan|
|Udai, Arun Dayal||Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, India|
|Vinodh, S||National Institute of Technology Trichy, India|
|Viswanathan, Koushik||Indian Institute of Science, India|
|Vyasarayani, Chandrika Prakash||Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India|
|Witherell, Paul-William||National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA|
|Yuan, Lang||University of South Carolina, USA|
Local Organising Committee :
|Mr Ansuman Sahu||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Anubhab Majumder||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Apoorv Naresh Bhatt||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Arun Kumar S||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Ms Charu Tripathi||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Govind Kumar||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Ishaan Kaushal||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Kaushik Bhattacharya||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Kiran Ghadge||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Ms Naz Yaldiz||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Ms Nishath Salma||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Prasanth Soundappan||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Priti Panda||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Puneeth K S||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Ms Sanika Paranjape||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Sanjay Singh||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Subin Raj||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Vivek Upadhyay||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Karthick B||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Surenderan Krishnan||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
|Mr Venu Allam||Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India|
For submission related query:
I-4AM 2022 Secretariat
Phone: +91 80 2293 3136
Fax: +91 80 2360 1975