The IEEE Conference on Smart City and Emerging Technologies shall be maneuvering around multifarious topics with an aim to accomplish interesting research insights and technological innovations majorly affiliated to the areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Sciences and Automobile Engineering, Applied Science and Humanities and so on. This premier undertaking invites Research Papers from eminent and experienced academicians, engineers and scientists with impressive prowess in their fields. Topics of interest for due submission include, but are not limited to:

1. Civil Engineering

  • Renewable Energy Sources for smart city
  • Smart Building/Highway Construction Materials
  • Design for Sustainable/Smart Structures
  • Smart Waste Management
  • Smart technology for Construction Engineering and Management
  • Smart techniques & technology for sustainable developments.
  • Urban Transport System and Intelligent Traffic Management.

2. Electronics Engineering and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

  • Communication and Networking
  • Nanotechnology, MEMS and VLSI
  • Signal & Image Processing
  • Controls, Instrumentation and Automation
  • Robotics, Fuzzy logic, Neural Network and Artificial Intelligence
  • Power Control and Distribution

3. Computer Engineering and Information Technology Engineering

  • Smart Computing, Modeling & Algorithm
  • Smart Home and Community
  • Smart Image & Signal Processing
  • Smart Network & Communication
  • Software Engineering and Testing
  • Smart Agriculture

4. Applied Science and Humanities

  • Application of basic science in Smart City
  • Interdisciplinary mathematics statistics and computational technique
  • Application of ICT (Information Communication Technology) in smart cities

5. Mechanical Sciences and Automobile Engineering

  • Emerging trends in renewable energy
  • Advanced robotic systems for smart cities
  • Smart Composite Materials and engineering designs
  • Smart production techniques
  • Hybrid and electric vehicles
  • Communication between vehicles
  • Fuel saving technologies and Smart alternate fuels
  • Intelligent vehicle-to-infrastructure integration

6. Interdisciplinary