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Conference Chair:  Prof Millham

Technical Chair:   Dr Heukelman

Programme Chair:  Dr Singh

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Prof Bhavsar

His research spans many other areas of computer science including computer architecture, real-time process control systems, fault-tolerant computing, transliteration, 3-D computer graphics, fractals, and multi-lingual systems. He founded the first research group in computer science at the University of New Brunswick in 1986 and also led the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) project on the Advanced Computational Research Laboratory (ACRL) and established the laboratory in 2000. 


His current research interests include parallel and distributed processing, artificial intelligence applications in e-Business, e-Learning and bioinformatics, and the semantic web. He co-led the bioinformatics component of the Canadian Potato Genomics project. He has  also been involved in the Atlantic Computational Excellence Network (ACEnet) – about $30 million high performance computing initiative in Atlantic Canada.


He has organized many national and international conferences/workshops. He has been co-organizing “High Performance Grid and Cloud Computing” workshops as a part of the ‘IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium’ series and the tenth workshop was held in Boston in 2013.


Virendrakumar (Virendra) C. Bhavsar received the B.Eng. (Electronics and Telecommunications) from University of Poona, India, the M.Tech. (Electrical Eng.) and Ph.D. (Electrical Eng.) degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. His masters and  doctoral theses were related to parallel computing.  He was the Director of Graduate Studies 1994-97 and Dean 2003-08 of the Faculty of Computer Science, University of New Brunswick (UNB).

Key Note Title:

Convergence of Internet of Things, Big Data, and High Performance Computing: Challenges and Opportunities