Focus Areas

Multidisciplinary worldview for investigation in IC4IR will be the focus on the methodological unification that inter-connects the following usual

tracks and more: with “Fusion of Technologies that is blurring the lines beside the physical and biological sciences”

Track 1. Information and Communication Technology: AI, Big data, IoT, Machine learning, Robotics, Cloud computing, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, Smart city and IoT, 3D printing.

Track 2. Engineering and Technology: Traditional Power generation, Alternative resources of energy, Power distribution, Smart city and energy, Nanotechnology, Water and sanitation, Transportation, Automation, Sustainability.

Track 3.  Arts, Humanities, Social Science, Future Education system: STEM to STEAM to S2TEAM, Outcome-based Education (OBE) & Student-Oriented Active Teaching–learning, Robot-Be Human, Seeing-Doing-learning Concept of Teaching-Learning, Ethics, Equality and Social Considerations, Leadership and People Management, Critical Thinking, Data ownership and privacy, Biosecurity and Biosafety.

Track 4. Economics, Business, Management & Finance: BlockChain, Supply Chain, Social Entrepreneurship, E-commerce and E-business, E-Design, E-Market and E-Deliver products.

Track 5. Medical, Bio-Sciences, and Pharmaceutical Research: Bioinformatics, Nanorobot for heart surgery, Nanotechnology, Medical things and IoT, Computing for improved diagnosis, Equal quality healthcare in the urban and rural area (Telemedicine), Better Data- the bridge between pharmaceutical science and medical doctors, Robotic surgery, AI-based medical diagnosis, Drone for medical monitoring and medicine intake.

The conference will be inaugurated by dignitaries from Bangladesh and abroad. The Honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh is expected to inaugurate the IC4IR. There will be learned keynote speakers and invited speakers on the theme of the conference. Besides these luminaries the informed scholarly participants from all disciplines of knowledge will enlighten the students, researchers, academia, industry sectors and policy makers.