Prof. Rajender Singh
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India
Professor (Dr.) Rajender Singh Chhillar is a
professor at the Department of Computer Science, Maharshi Dayanand
University, Rohtak, Haryana. He has been teaching in the fields of
computer science and engineering since 1987 and is one of the
founder members of the Department. He obtained his master's degree
from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra and Ph.D in computer
science from Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana. He
received his master of business administration (MBA) degree from
Sikkim Manipal University.
He has visited many countries including France, Hong Kong, China, U.K, Dubai and Nepal. He also won the best paper award in International Conference ICCEE- 2013 held in Paris, France during October 12-13, 2013 and also chaired a session in this conference. He has taught a wide variety of computer courses at University Teaching Departments including software engineering, data structures, data base management system, software testing and quality assurance, software quality management, programming languages, and software design. Professor Chhillar is a director of board, CMAI Asia Association, New Delhi and senior member of IACSIT, Singapore and a member of Computer Society of India. Professor Chhillar has been serving as an editorial board member, guest editor and a reviewer of multiple international journals, and serving as a program committee chair, keynote speaker and session chair of multiple international conferences. He also performs advisory work to Government agencies and academic bodies.
His research interests include software engineering, software testing, software metrics, web metrics, bio metrics, data warehouse and data mining, computer networking, and software design. He has published more than 100 journal and 65 conference papers over the last several years and has also written two books in the fields of software engineering and information technology.
Speech Title: An Optimized Testing Technique for Reduction of Test Cases Using Fusion of UML Diagrams and Genetic Algorithm
Abstract: The growing role and importance of
software testing has led to design and development of new software
testing techniques for all software development paradigms.
Controlling and minimizing software complexity is the most important
objective of each software development paradigm because it affects
all other software quality attributes like reusability, reliability,
testability, maintainability etc. For this purpose, a number of
software testing techniques have been designed to report different
types of faults based on complexity.
In recent years, component-based software development (CBSD) has emerged an evolving paradigm where emphasis is to maximize reuse of code of existing components and effective designing of new components. As the development of component-based software is rising, more and more testing techniques are being developed for the same.
The keynote speech focuses on an optimized testing technique which reduces test cases for a software by using UML diagrams and genetic algorithm. Test data is generated by fusion of three UML diagrams namely, Activity diagram, sequence diagram and Use-Case diagram. Genetic algorithm is used to optimize and reduce the test cases/data. In this way, this technique generates optimized and better test data/cases based on wider coverage of software. By using this, we can improve the quality of a software and can use testing resources more effectively. Therefore, this technique helps in development of good quality software and may be very useful for software industry.
Prof. Sim Kok Swee
The Multimedia University, Malaysia
Professor Sim has won several international
awards from the Academic Science Malaysia (ASM) as Top Research
Scientists Malaysia (TRSM); Korean innovation and special Awards in
2013, 2014, 2015; the 2005, 2006 and 2011 World Conference in
Applied Computing (USA); and 2008 IEEE conference at UK. For
national level achievements, he won the Gold Medal Award in the
Invention, Innovative & Technology Exhibition (ITEX) 2008, 2009,
2010, 2013, 2014; Bio Malaysia Award 2009, 2010; Malaysia Technology
Expo 2011, AIK2011, AIK2012; Apicta Gold medal award 2014, 2015. He
also awarded as MMU best staff in year 2009, 2010 and 2015. In 2016,
he was given awards for the TM Kristal Award and two International
Championships of World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)
Prizes in the category ICT applications: E-science during the event
held in conjunction with WSIS 2016, Geneva, Switzerland. These
awards were in the areas of biomedical Engineering (breast cancer
detection and brain for early infarct detection). In 2017, he again
received another WSIS 2017 International Championship Award on the
Automated Pneumatic Glove Sample Stamping Machine for Colorimetric
Test. Over all, he has won more than 80 awards which can be found in
his website. He is currently working closely with various local and
overseas institutions and hospitals such as Department of Electrical
and Computer Engineering from National University of Singapore,
Centre for Intelligent Systems Research at Deakin University
(Australia), Department of Mathematic at Chinese University Hong
Kong, Hong Kong University Science and Technology (HKUST), City Hong
Kong University (CityU), Perkeso Rehabilitation, Malacca General
Hospital, Hospital, Pantai Ayer Keroh and Putra Specialist Hospital.
He has heavily involved in various engineering council namely Institute of Engineer Malaysia (IEM) as Melaka State committee member, secretary, vice chairman, Multimedia University student chapter advisor, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) MMU student chapter. He is also the senior member of IEEE, Fellow member of IEM. As professional Engineer, he also registered as Chartered Engineer from IET, Professional Engineer from IEM, International Professional Engineering from IEM and APEC, Asia Pacific Engineer (APEC) from both IEM and APEC, and also Asean Chartered Professional Engineer.
He also serves as fellowship for Malaysia Academic Science Malaysia, senior panel for Engineering Accreditation council and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) to visit universities to assess university programs. So far, Prof. Sim has filed eight patents and more than 70 copyrights. Prof Sim has brought in National and International funding respectively to support his researches.
Speech Title: Rehabilitation Using Virtual Reality Technology
Abstract: The objective of this Virtual Reality
(VR) Rehabilitation System is to develop rehabilitation system using
latest VR technology to replace the traditional physical therapy;
deliver human machine interface with virtual reality; reduce the
number of specialist required for supervising. The impact of this
system is to focus on the 4 key areas which are developed by Telekom
Malaysia (TM). They are health care, effectiveness; life made easier
and "cool" culture.
In the field of health care, VR technology can be an alternative approach of rehabilitation engineering. It is a new approach to break through the traditional rehabilitation. In term of effectiveness, the system can increase efficiency, obtain more reliable data, and eventually reduce the effort of the health-care specialist. For the "Life made easier", VR technology is able to allow the rehabilitation exercise to be conducted at home. Lastly, "Cool" culture is aimed to remain ahead of the health care technology.
VR is the three-dimensional environment that generated by computer software which can be explored or interacted by people. It is expressed as a creation of three-dimensional computer graphics that allows an individual to feel the interactive realistic of the VR mentally and physically. The devices involved for virtual reality is an Android-based mobile phone and a cardboard likes VR headset. The software involved in developing the applications is known as Unity Software. Besides, this system involves the fusion of sensors with virtual reality in order to detect the movement of the user. The sensors are known as Microsoft Kinect and Leap Motion sensors. By interfacing the data from these sensors, the body movement of the user can be tracked and the program eventually updates the environment shown in the VR according to the movement.
Rehabilitation applications that developed based on VR based such as with 360 degree treadmill framework; application with VR and integration of leap motion; application with VR and integration of Microsoft Kinect; clinical rehabilitation system support are able to benefit the public in terms of health care by uplifting the user-convenience and efficiency.
Assoc. Prof. Jing Xingjian
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Dr X.J. Jing received his degree from Zhejiang University,
China, in 1998, and was then with the Robotics Laboratory,
Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences
until 2005, where he undertook research into motion-planning and
stability analysis of mobile robots and tele-robotic systems,
and obtained MPhil and PhD in intelligent systems / robotics in
2001 and 2005, respectively. He started his PhD program studying
nonlinear systems and signal processing at the University of
Sheffield in Oct 2005, supported by the EPSRC-Hutchison Whampoa
Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Award. Before he joined in the
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, as an assistant professor in Nov 2009, he was a
research fellow with the Institute of Sound and Vibration
Research, University of Southampton since Aug 2008, where he
worked on modeling and signal processing of locust neuron
systems funded by a BBSRC (UK) project. He was promoted to
Associate Professor in 2015.
Dr. Jing currently serves as a Technical Editor of IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, an Associate Editor of Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, and editorial board members of several other open-access journals.