List of Titles Accepted for Presentation
December 18, 2019, 3.30pm
  1. NDN: New way of understanding Network ( Md Rashedur Rahman, Impress Capital Limited)
  2. Prediction and Detection of Brain Tumors Using Machine Learning Techniques (Sudhanshu Suhas Gonge, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, India)
  3. Underwater communication and navigation (Mrinal Sarvagya, Reva University)
  4. Neuro Fuzzy System for Epileptic EEG Signal Classification (Rajesh R, Central University of Kerala)
  5. Real world scenarios on Constraints of Digital Image Deep Processing (Sathya, MIT Anna University)
  6. Interoperability of SDR Products (Abhay Shriramwar, Cyient Ltd)
  7. A new secure Evidence Collection Protocol for Network Forensic Investigation (Rachana Yogesh Patil, A. C. Patil College of Enginerring, Kharghar, Navi-Mumbai)
  8. Security challenges In IoT Applications: An Authentication Approach (Patel Chintan J, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University)
  9. A New Polyalphabetic Substitution Scheme for Secure Communication (Ranju S Kartha, SNGCE, Kerala)
  10. Federated Learning and its Applications, (Manu Vardhan, National Institute of Technology Raipur)
December 19, 2019, 4.00pm
  1. Policing Cyber Security in a Distributed World-A Role for Local Law Enforcement (Michael Losavio, University of Louisville)
  2. A requisite for framing an optimum network structure (Anne Dickson, Mar Baselios College of Engg & Technology)
  3. Deep Learning and Cancer (Sindhuja.M, Rajalakshmi Engineering College)
  4. Mobile Phone Based Drinking Water Nitrate Monitoring (Darsana S., College of Engineering, Chengannur)
  5. U-COSFIRE lters for vessel tortuosity quantication with application to automated diagnosis of retinopathy of prematurity (Siva Kumar R, College of Engineering Trivandrum)
  6. Security at Physical Layer in Wireless Network with Cooperative Jamming (Shashibhushan Sharma, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur)
  7. Sociology, Models and Computing (Prakash Hegade, KLE Technological University, Hubballi)
  8. Heart and Lung Sounds Analysis for Diagnostic Purpose ( Madhusudhan Mishra, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Arunachal Pradesh)
  9. Communication using IoT Architecture in Marine Environment (P Karthik , K S School of Engineering and Management)
  10. IoT based Cognitive Video Analytics for Crowd Anomaly Detection​ (Elizabeth B Varghese, IIITM-K)

Call for Lightning Talks

CoCoNet'19 ( will feature few lightning talks-TEN minute talks presented sequentially without interruption. The point of a lightning talk is not to give a detailed talk but rather to present briefly the main point. The topics acceptable for talks are any subject that is conference related. The Lightning Talk sessions will likely take place on 18th or 19th of December.
Lightning Talk proposals can be submitted only through the online submission form and must be received by November 30, 2019. By submitting an abstract, the presenting author is indicating that they will be available during any of the possible time slots.
Click the link to submit your Proposal:
Slides and media are optional, but they must be loaded and presented from our laptop. Please also indicate in your proposal if you anticipate requesting a few extra minutes to cover your topic. Presentation slots are limited, but we’ll try to accommodate as many proposals as we can. There is only one presenter permitted for each Lightning Talk presentation due to time constraints. Speakers must be present at the start of the session or their slot is forfeited to the next speaker signed up. You will be asked to stop at the end of 10 minutes.
The talks will be selected by the committee and announced on this page before 5th of December. Lightning talk speakers are required to register for the conference. There is no separate registration fee for registered authors/attendees of CoCoNet'19 and ACN'19 to conduct a lightning talk. Certificate of the presentation will be issued.
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