Milan Tuba received his B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics, and M.S., M.Ph., and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of
Belgrade and New York University. He was an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Cooper Union Graduate School
of Engineering, New York. During that time, he was the founder and director of Microprocessor Lab and VLSI Lab, and led scientific
projects. Since 1994, he has participated in the scientific projects for the Republic of Serbia's Ministry of Science. Currently,
he is the Vice Rector of Singidunum University, Serbia. His research interests include mathematical, queuing theory, and heuristic
optimizations applied to computer networks, image processing, and combinatorial problems. He is the author of more than 150
scientific papers and a monograph. He has held ten plenary lectures at conferences at Harvard, Cambridge, Moscow, Paris, and
Istanbul. He is also a co-editor, member of the editorial board, scientific committee member, and a reviewer for several international
journals and conferences. He is a member of various international and scientific organizations: ACM, IEEE, AMS, SIAM, and
FNA. Shyam Akashe is a Professor at ITM University, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. He completed his Ph.D. at Thapar University,
Punjab, and his M.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering at the Institute of Technology & Management, Gwalior.
He has authored 190 publications, including more than 50 papers in SCI-indexed journals. His main research focus is low-power
system on chip (SoC) applications in which static random access memories (SRAMs) are omnipresent. He has authored two books
entitled Moore's Law Alive: Gate-All-Around (GAA) Next Generation Transistor published by LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany,
and Low Power High Speed CMOS Multiplexer Design published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, USA. He has also published
over 120 papers in leading national and international refereed journals of repute. Dr. Akashe has participated in numerous
national and international conferences and presented over 100 papers. Amit Joshi is a young entrepreneur and researcher who
holds an M.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering and is currently pursuing research in the areas of Cloud Computing and
Cryptography. He has six years of academic and industrial experience at prestigious organizations in Udaipur and Ahmedabad.
Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology, Sabar Institute in Gujarat.
He is an active member of the ACM, CSI, AMIE, IACSIT-Singapore, IDES, ACEEE, NPA, and many other professional societies. He
also holds the post of Honorary Secretary of the CSI Udaipur Chapter and Secretary of the ACM Udaipur Chapter. He has presented
and published more than 30 papers in national and international journals/conferences of the IEEE and ACM. He has edited three
books, on Advances in Open Source Mobile Technologies, ICT for Integrated Rural Development, and ICT for Competitive Strategies.
He has also organized more than 15 national and international conferences and workshops, including the International Conference
ICTCS 2014 at Udaipur through the ACM-ICPS. In recognition of his contributions, he received the Appreciation Award from the
Institution of Engineers (India) in 2014, and an award from the SIG-WNs Computer Society of India in 2012.