The primary aim of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Computing and Applications (ICRACA) is to provide a platform for academics, engineers, researchers, students working in the area of core computing and applications. The conference also provides opportunities to network, collaborate and share research findings and experiences. It is a forum which will focus on specific disciplinary research as well as on multi-disciplinary studies. The conference will provide the authors and participants with opportunities for research collaboration among universities and institutions.
ICRACA has five major tracks, a) Distributed and Parallel Computing, b) Machine Intelligence and Applications, c) Image and Signal Processing, d) Sensor Networks and IOT, e) Data Science and Analytics
Dr. Andrew Stranieri, Leader Health Informatics at the Centre of Informatics and Applied Optimization, Federation University Australia will be delivering a keynote address on April 7, 2017.