Important Dates

3rd International Conference
on Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Economy

IEEE conference record number – 58312

About The Event

International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Economy (ICCIKE 2023) aims to provide a platform for the researchers working across the globe to disseminate their knowledge in the field of Computational Intelligence and Development of futuristic Knowledge Economy, with a focus on NASA 2031 - UAE Agenda


Amity University Dubai, UAE


09 & 10 March 2023


Decision making is always supported by gathering sufficient intelligence about the domain of concern. Due to the prevalent availability of data, intelligence gathered by processing and learning from the data will improve our knowledge. Computational Intelligence can play a greater role in attaining this goal. It defines the foundations, core design and application in various fields of engineering using the development of computational paradigms.


The complex problems of real world is increasing exponentially at a rate higher than the growth of industrial revolution. In such scenario, unconventional thinking has led to several path breaking Inventions and further added knowledge to the world economy. Development of knowledge economy is the primary focus of all governments and private organizations while designing their policies. The next half a decade will be on the accumulation of knowledge and decisions based on the huge volume of available data.


  • Manuscript Submission (Last Date)
    16th February 2023
  • Acceptance Notification (Last Date
    20th February 2023
  • Early Bird Registration (Last Date)
    6th February 2023
  • Camera ready Manuscript
    25th February 2023
  • Regular Registration (Last Date)
    25th February 2023


The 3rd International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Economy (ICCIKE 2023) aims to provide a platform for researchers working across the globe to disseminate their knowledge in the field of Computational Intelligence and Development of futuristic Knowledge Economy, with a focus on NASA 2031 – UAE Agenda. The event will also help active and inquisitive researchers to provide an opportunity for networking among fellow researchers working across research organizations and institutions in different countries. Focused on cross-industry discussions, the conference will be a platform for researchers to discuss recent advances in the field of computational intelligence and knowledge discovery. The use of computational intelligence must play a substantial role in the submitted research manuscripts for the conference.

Computational Intelligence includes the theory, design, application and development of computational paradigms like neural networks, learning systems, hybrid intelligent systems, evolutionary computation and artificial intelligence. Some applications are awareness and reasoning, data science, big data and brain science computations. Also, computational intelligence is applied widely in all disciplines of engineering which requires intelligent decision making and automation.

In the information age, rather than physical assets or resources, knowledge is the key to competitiveness. Knowledge Economy can be regarded from the following perspectives-techno-centric perspectives especially those contributing to knowledge enlargement and sharing. Other can be organizational and ecological perspectives.


Established over 30 years ago, Amity Education Group is a not for profit foundation, operating universities and schools around the world with 175,000 students, 85,000 alumni and 6,000 faculties. From pre-schools to Ph.D. level, they offer globally benchmarked education, with campuses across Dubai, London, Singapore, New York, Amsterdam, India and China – with further plans to extend to an additional 25 countries.

The Amity Education Group is one of India's leading private non-profit education groups today, offering globally benchmarked education right from pre-schools to Ph.D. level. Amity's focus on path-breaking innovations in science and technology, a globally benchmarked infrastructure and record job offers have directly resulted in Amity institutes emerging among the most sought after education destinations.

Based in Dubai International Academic City, Amity University Dubai is spread over a 700,000 sq ft area with world class facilities. It is a Ministry of Education licensed institution with Under Graduate, Post Graduate and PhD programs in line with the Government's national agenda. From innovative programs such as Nanotechnology, Aerospace Engineering and Forensic Science to traditional courses like Law, Fashion Design, Business, Journalism and Mass Communication and Mechanical Engineering and Applied Psychology – Amity University Dubai have it all. The Dubai campus is home to more than 2,500 students of over 67 nationalities. The University also have state-of-the-art labs for specialized courses such as aerospace, construction, media, design, hospitality and more, for real-life simulations and on-the-job learning.


As one of the most compelling cities in the Middle East, Dubai leads the region in culture, tourism and shopping, attracting people from all over the world. Home to over 150 nationalities, with expats comprising over 80% of the population, Dubai has proven to be the preferred regional headquarters for expatriates from around the world. UAE is known to be one of the safest countries in the world, with 24-hour security in most apartment buildings and monitored streets, living in the city or commuting solo or with a group is safe.

Dubai is a diverse economy, with opportunities and growth in several fields including tourism, trade, transport and finance. The government invests heavily in creating smart city systems and technological developments to elevate standards of living and consistently create employement opportunities.

5 Things you need to know about living in the city

  • Dubai is a tropical desert city, summers are often sunny and humid while winters are cool and comfortable. The city's abundance of indoor activities and attractions ensure that residents and tourists have enough to see and do all year round.
  • The local weekends are Friday and Saturday, with offices and institutions resuming work every Sunday.
  • As a modern city with students and working professionals from around the globe, Dubai is home to a variety of cuisines and experiential food options. From budget-friendly eateries and home-styled restaurants to fine-dining, molecular gastronomy and international food chains, you are guaranteed to have every craving satisfied.
  • Click for your meals. Mobile applications like Deliveroo, Talabat, Zomato and Carriage detect your location and give you every takeout within the vicinity.
  • Dubai is a shopper's haven. Designer clothes, spices, jewellry, food and anything you require is easily available in one of the city's many shopping malls.
Exploring the city

Immerse yourself in the culture of the region by visiting the Etihad Museum or Dubai Museum, where you can learn about the foundation, formation and values of the city. For art-lovers Dubai is home to several galleries including Alserkal Avenue that brings together diverse artistic disciplines under one banner.

Desert safaris are a must-experience for the thrill and excitement, the day-long drives usually include dinner in the middle of the desert, dune bashing and camel rides. Amusement parks, water-theme parks and virtual reality parks are popular amongst visitors IMG Worlds of Adventures, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Legoland Dubai, Motiongate Dubai and Aquaventure Waterpark, are some of the popular theme parks.

When living in Dubai, be sure to also check out some of the city's favourite and most visited spots like Dubai Mall, Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, Kite Beach, City Walk, Dubai Marina, JBR, Al Seef and La Mer.

Important emergency numbers

Police: 999
Fire Department: 997
Ambulance: 999
Electricity: 991
Water: 991



Dr Ashok K Chauhan, Founder President, Amity Education Group
Dr Atul Chauhan, Chancellor, AUUP & President, Amity Education Group


Dr Ajit Kumar Nagpal, Chairman, Amity Middle East
Dr Vajahat Hussain, CEO, Amity Education ME and Europe
Dr. Saif Al Seiari, Vice Chancellor, Amity University Dubai
Prof. (Dr) Fazal Malik, Pro Vice Chancellor, Amity University Dubai

Conference Chairs

Dr Anand Kumar
Dr Ved Prakash Mishra

  • Dr Vishal Naranje - Chair
    Dr Vinod Kumar Shukla
    Dr Swaroop Pillai
    Dr Riadh Belkebir
    Dr Bhopendra Singh

  • Dr Asha Madhavan - Chair
    Dr Ramesh Vandanapu

  • Prof. (Dr) Xu Yong Ping, Singapore
    Dr Patthira Phon-ngam, Thailand
    Dr Amanai Shatara, KSA
    Dr Piyush Maheshwari,UAE
    Dr Xiaolei Wang, Finland
    Prof. Shreejit Sugathan, USA
    Dr Jiju Puthiya Veettil, India
    Dr Mohamed Ahmed Ramadan, Egypt
    Dr Hussein Mohamed, Egypt
    Dr Arch. Ing. Ferran Yusta Garcia, France
    Dr Sanoj Rejinold N, Korea
    Dr Parwathy Chandran, USA
    Dr Manal Shawkat Al-Labadi, Jordan
    Dr Daniel Sunghoi Choi, UAE
    Dr Haj Hussein Muhannad, Palestine
    Prof. (Dr) Fethi Rabhi, Australia
    Dr Tansir Ahamad, KSA
    Dr Raju Khan, India
    Dr Mohammad A. Al-Jarrah, Jordan
    Prof. Dr Iqbal A Khan, KSA
    Dr K Senthil Kumar, Ethiopia
    Ms. Maria Nunes V, Portugal
    Dr Ghanim Alotaibi, Kuwait
    Dr Jiju Puthiya Veettil, India
    Agus Suharyanto, Indonesia

  • Dr. Gianluca Moro, Italy
    Dr Tarlochan S Sidhu, Canada
    Dr Maninder Jeet Kaur, Canada
    Prof. Valentina Emilia Balas, Romania
    Dr Alexander Norta, Estonia
    Dr Pallavi Bhatnagar, India
    Dr Xiao-Zhi Gao, Finland
    Dr Arindam Banerjee,UAE
    Dr Xiaolei Wang, Finland
    Dr Ankit Vidyarthi, India
    Dr David Lanter, USA
    Dr Ghanshyam Singh, South Africa
    Dr Nicholas Q. Tran, USA
    Dr Praveen Kumar, India
    Prof. Yehia Abdel-Aziz, Egypt
    Prof. Sondipon Adhikari, UK
    Dr Rajkumar Techchandani, India
    Prof. Vasudeva Rao Veeredhi, South Africa Dr Prashanth T, UAE
    Dr Nagaraj Shivappa Nayak, Oman
    Dr Huamin Jia, UK
    Dr Tanu Sharma, India
    Dr Joshua Omer, UK
    Dr Shadi Refaat Ali, Egypt
    Dr Wafaa Abd Elmoneim Ghonaim, KSA
    Dr S K Tyagi, UAE
    Dr Zamantungwa Khumalo, South Africa
    Dr Gouranga Banik, USA
    Dr K N Mishra, India
    Dr Sushil Kumar, NIT Warangal
    Dr Ranjeet Kumar Rout, NIT Srinagar
    Dr Alessandro Agostini, Uzbekistan
    Dr Ashish Seth, Uzbekistan
    Dr Tanupriya Choudhury, India
    Dr Boris (Buba) Lezhava, Georgia
    Dr Ahmed Saeed Hassanien, Egypt
    Dr Abrar Ahamad, UAE
    Dr Paramesh Nandan, Australia
    Dr Omar Mohamed Mohyeldin Khattab, Kuwait
    Dr Shadi Atalla, UAE
    Dr Kashif Rajpoot, UAE
    Dr Eliseo Ferrante, UAE
    Dr Deepti Mehrotra, India
    Dr Deepesh Srivastav, UAE
    Dr Rubén García Rubio, UAE
    Dr Rana Mujumdar, India
    Dr Charu Jain, Manav Rachna University, India

  • Dr Apurv Yadav
    Ms Vidya Mohan

  • Ms Reshmi Nair
    Ms Lipsa Sadath

  • Dr D C Sharma
    Dr Ishu Sharma
    Dr Efstratios Ntantis
    Dr Niva Mahanta
    Dr Venkata Reddy
    Dr Sidhharth Sudhakaran
    Prof Abraham Samuel
    Prof Sarath Raj
    Dr Nrashant Singh
    Prof Deepak Patil
    Prof Amna Chaudhry
    Dr Ashok Iyer
    Dr Rafe Alasem
    Ms Salma Al Zahabi

  • Mr Nithin Thomas, UAE
    Ms Sanyukta Prasad, UAE
    Mr Karan Pillai, UAE

  • Ms Shalini Bedi, Amity University Dubai, UAE
    Mr Kushaj Sharma, Amity University Dubai, UAE
    Mr Norman Pineda, Amity University Dubai, UAE