[ Instructions ]

The 2020 IEEE-HydCon Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the full virtual conference program tentative schedule.

We have opted for a format where each contributed paper or talk will take the combined form of pre-recorded video and live sessions. All contents will be available during the original dates and on-demand after the conference concludes.


Please note that all program timings according to Indian Standard Time (IST).

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All oral papers will be presented via Zoom at the time indicated in the program schedule. During your scheduled session time, you will be required to be present to answer Questions from attendees. All oral sessions will follow a similar structure to how they are held in a typical physical conference format.

  1. The Session Chair will introduce each presenter
  2. The Conference organizers will play the pre-recorded presentation (12 minutes maximum) for the audience.
  3. Once the presentation has concluded, the Session Chair will facilitate a live Q&A period (5 minutes maximum) with the audience.
  4. Process repeats for each subsequent paper in the session.


  1. Download the template to prepare the slide. TEMPLATE LINK
  2. Presentation should be less than 15 slides.
  3. Total 15minutes are allocated to each paper for presentation: 10mins presentation followed by 5mins Q&A session.
  4. Record your presentation of 10-12minutes using Zoom Meetings and send to hydcon@ieeehyd.org before 15 August 2020.You may create a zoom account by visiting https://www.zoom.us/
  5. Name the video file by your 10digits paper id (e.g. 1570632634)


The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. After studying and evaluating the announcements, guidance, and news released by relevant national departments, we have made the decision, along with guidance from the IEEE Hyderabad Section Leadership, that 2020 IEEE-HydCon will continue as scheduled on 11-12 September 2020, by being converted to an exciting, fully virtual conference, and will not take place physically in Hyderabad.

Author Presentations: In order to accommodate our authors, HydCon 2020 will be providing the ability for accepted authors to present their work through an on-demand virtual platform. These presentations will be made available to all paid attendees and will allow accepted papers to be submitted in IEEE Xplore.

We hope you all stay safe and well, and look forward to working with you all to put on an exciting virtual HydCon 2020.

With Best Regards,
Amit Kumar, Atul Negi
General Chairs


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[ Schedule ]

10:00 - 12:30

The foundation of any good research is sound and comprehensive literature review. However, part of the process of literature review is to be able to quickly explore and compare more research materials that relate to what might be a researcher's current point of attention. However, with the ever-increasing deluge of research information, a researcher has to constantly fight with volume, time, and memory. It is to address these issues that we started building RAx (https://raxter.io). In this tutorial, I am going to discuss how we approached the immensely hard AI problems that we bumped into while developing RAx and how to go about it if you have to take it to the next level - may be a Jarvis for researchers?

13:00 - 15:00


The teaching practices in Indian universities/colleges are not completely based on skill development to enable the student to be industry ready. The focus is on learning by remembering rather than learning by doing. This hinders the capability or in other words capacity building of the individuals to face the real life challenges of the society. The present requirement is to focus the higher education teaching methodologies on skill development such as design, problem solving, team worked and communication skill. It is also needed that our education must be tuned with current industrial requirements i.e. revolution “Industry 4.0” and should be able to address the problems of the society. Project Based Learning (PBL) is a step towards ensuring capacity/skill development in students. The students are encouraged to solve societal problems rather that hypothetical problems.

            The tutorial focuses on introducing the concepts of PBL to the academicians and industry personnel to bring a convergence in the thought processes. The emphasis will be on introducing a systematic way of implementation of PBL in the higher education courses. The hands-on session will result in the participants being able to create PBL architecture for the problem identified by them along with the skill set required for the same.

Objectives: The objective of the tutorial based on PBL is

            1. Introduction of PBL concepts: Philosophy and Principles

            2.  Problems characteristics and Design

            3. PBL curriculum development

            4. Industry 4.0 and PBL: match and mis-match

15:30 - 17:30


Quantum computing is redefining what is possible with technology – creating unprecedented possibilities to solve humanity’s most complex challenges. Microsoft is committed to turning the impossible into reality – in a responsible way that brings the best solutions to humanity and our planet.

Traditional computers out-performed our thought process and brought various benefits which we never thought of. But with quantum computers coming in to the picture, our power to revolutionize our future has grown exponentially.

 But what is Quantum Computing at the first place? How is it different from our classical computers? How do we represent Quantum Bit or Qubit? Are there any new mathematical principles we need to incorporate to manipulate these qubits?

 We understand learning quantum computing is not that simple. There are definitely more questions than answers on the first look. To support its mission, Microsoft is set to empower the every person and every organization to learn and achieve more. We at Microsoft, develop tools that not only help us learn, but can be leveraged by all.

 What to know what Microsoft is doing in this space. How can you learn with Microsoft and contribute to the community starting today? Join us in this session to get astonished by the potential of Quantum Computing and learn much more along with Microsoft.

10:00 - 18:00
11:15 - 12:30

Session Chair: Chris Gwo Giun Lee, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

11:20am - 11:40am     –  N. Venkatesh, Silicon Labs Inc.- Wireless Technologies in IOT

Abstract: Wireless connectivity is a key component, or can even be considered the key component, of the Internet of Things. Using the right connectivity technology is critical because IoT communication is rarely just a direct link between two devices. It usually involves a network of varying complexity comprising machines, sensors, equipment, controllers, storage devices, cloud servers and complex software. The talk  will focus on challenges involved in enabling IOT through the choice of right communication protocols, technologies and services.

11:40am - 12:00pm     – Aditya Rao, Service Now, Hyderabad - Cloud computing is here to stay!

12:00pm – 12:20pm    – Reena Dayal, Microsoft, Hyderabad - Emerging Technologies, impact on Industry

12:20pm – 12:30pm    – Q&A session

12:30 - 13:30

Session Chair: Dr. Abhishek Appaji, BMSCE, Bengaluru and Amit Kumar, BioAxis DNA Research Lab pvt. Ltd.

Team Name 1: Team Innovate Plus

Title of Presentation: Quick Deployable UV Light-Based Sanitization Scheme And Low-Cost Alcohol-Based Sanitizer
Thummanapelly Pavani, Saurabh Dixit, Vedika Rai, Yuvraj Kadale, Harshita Kurmindla, Rajashekar Thotakura

Team Name 2: Dark Knights

Title of Presentation: Imparting Education in Low-Bandwidth Areas

Araz Sharma, Rudra Prasad Baksi, Shamanth R Rao

Team Name 3: Sahayaka

Title of Presentation: Sahayaka -- An Android App Solution To Address Public Problems Due To Pandemic

Vijayakumar Pattanashetti, Akash Francis Joseph, Bhargavi Nidoni

Team Name 4: Team Wonder Mates

Title of Presentation: Sanitizing Mr. COVID-19 

Simrah Munaza Ikram, Maleha Naaz

Team Name 5: Care For You

Title of Presentation: COVID-19 predictor with an online appointment booking system and Medicine checker collaborated to build a Web - Application 

Harshitha Boddu, Grandhi Srivalli Saranya


13:30 - 14:30
14:30 - 16:00

02:30pm -03:00pm - Keynote address on “Industry Associations” by D Ramakrishna, Confederation of India Industries (CII), Andhra Pradesh - How Industries are coping up with Industry 4.0 - Current Indian Scenario

Panel Discussion

03:00pm- 03:30pm - Startup Panel (CEO’s and CTO’s) on AI & Robotics --  Dr. Jugnu Jain, CEO of Sapien Biosciences, Ujjwal Aggarwal, CEO of WCB Robotics

03:30pm -04:00pm - Industry Panel on - How Industries are adapting to Post Covid era? Deepak Mathur-IEEE Region 10, Reena Dayal-Microsoft Hyderabad, Bala Peddigari-TCS Hyderabad

16:00 - 16:10
16:10 - 17:00

Session Chair: Takako Hashimoto, VP Chiba University, Japan


Sarada Jayakrishnan – Terumo, Kerala 

Shilpi Agarwal – TESCO, Bangalore - Software Testing and Relevent technologies

Rashmi Pathak – Reckitt Benckiser, Hyderabad - SAP based Industries

08:30 - 18:00
10:00 - 10:45

TITLE: Super Resolution Techniques for Video Analytic Applications

ABSTRACT: In this talk, we will present and discuss video analytics researches focused on super resolution techniques conducted at video technology research group, Chulalongkorn University. Super-resolution (SR) is an image, video, and computer vision task that reconstruct the high quality or high-resolution (HR) image with large texture detail information from a single or multiple low quality or low-resolution (LR) image, under the limited conditional environment and low-cost imaging system. Despite its difficulty and limitations, SR could be applied in real world applications, such as security and surveillance imaging systems, face recognition, and medical and satellite imaging systems.  This talk will discuss the evolution of SR from interpolation techniques to deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and will present some of the recent research works on multi-scale inception-based super-resolution (SR).

13:30 - 14:00
17:15 - 18:00

TITLE: Making Healthcare More Accessible via AI: Extension of Telemedicine

ABSTRACT:   This talk will focus on innovative digital health ecosystem and analytics system which fosters extension of telemedicine through the transfer of comprehensive medical expertise and experiences via Artificial Intelligence (AI) from tertiary medical centers to remote care facilities in making healthcare more accessible! Cancer is among the most important issues of healthcare worldwide. However, under current medical systems, diagnosis of these severe diseases is commonly delayed, especially in remote locations with limited medical resources. Hence it is necessary to facilitate point-of-care early screening at these distant care units using Computer-Aided-Diagnostic (CAD) tools possessing tertiary centers’ experiences accumulated through AI. In attempts to reform and advance the digital health environment, using skin care as example, this tutorial introduces an ecosystem, by which integration of remote care facilities is substantiated, through utilization of high accuracy and efficiency of AI as extension of telemedicine! Being an exemplary, this AI medical networking model is readily extensible to global medical and biotech communities! This talk will also introduce the speaker’s reconfigurable edge system for the detection of Skin Cancer on mobile devices with more than 95% accuracy.

18:00 - 18:15
19:45 - 20:30

Abstract: The vision of the Smart City covers many changes in order to enhance the safety, energy-efficiency, and user comfort for urban areas. In the talk the concept of  power profiling is presented. It enables a designer of embedded devices to get deep insights into the energy consumption of the
device being developed, especially the reasons why and when energy is consumed for specific dynamic activities. The presentation shows the application of the power profiler in the fields of building automation as well as automotive wireless networks. The talk closes with an outlook on upcoming technologies, namely the memristors, which might revolutionize the usage and energy consumption of embedded devices.


11:00 - 12:30

Session Chairs: Rashmi Pathak (Reckitt Benckiser, Hyderabad), N. Usha Rani VFSTR, Guntur

1570632777 - Content Based Temporal Segmentation for Video Analysis
1570628959 - An ANN-TLBO Model to Predict Cumulative Number of Failures in Software
1570629381 - Twin and Multiple Black Holes Algorithm for Feature Selection
1570625968 - Prediction of Wind Speed with Optimized EMD Based RVFLN
1570632185 - Cipher Block Parallel Mode
1570632612 - Virtual Mouse Control Using Colored Finger Tips and Hand Gesture Recognition

12:45 - 13:30

Session Chairs: Shilpi Agarwal (TESCO, Bangalore), Sanjeev Nimishakavi QualComm

1570629157 - Independent Demand Side Management System on Basis of Energy Consumption Scheduling by NSGA-II for Futuristic Smart Grid
1570632577 - Smart Attendance Management System Based on Face Recognition Using CNN
1570629243 - Learnes Controller for Differently Abled

14:00 - 15:15

Session Chairs: MGPL Narayana IEEE Hyderabad Section, Sreenivas Jasti TCS Hyderabad

1570623263 - Abrupt Shot Change Detection Using Midhinge Local Binary Pattern
1570632123 - Macroscopic Traffic Stream Variable Prediction with Weather Impact Using Recurrent Learning
1570623751 - A Platform for Enhancing Application Developer Productivity Using Microservices and Micro-Frontends
1570624388 - Implementing Marked-Based Augmented Reality in Discrete Industry - A Case Study
1570632609 - Model Predictive Controller for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive: Analysis of Speed Controllers

15:30 - 17:00

Session Chairs: Naresh Mallenahalli (NRSC, Hyderabad), T. Hitendra Sarma SRIT, Vijayalata Reddy Yellasiri GRIET

1570632607 - Subject Tracking with Camera Movement Using Single Board Computer
1570624271 - Cognition as a Service - 5G Based CaaS
1570632567 - Polyps Segmentation Using Fuzzy Thresholding in HSV Color Space
1570632568 -Multi-step Short-term Electric Load Forecasting Using 2D Convolutional Neural Networks
1570632637 - Fraud Detection via Deep Neural Variational Autoencoder Oblique Random Forest
1570635551 - Analysis of Temperature-Sensitive on Short-Term Electricity Load Forecasting

18:30 - 19:30

Session Chairs: Aditya Rao (Service Now, Hyderabad) and Venkatramana IEEE Hyderabad Section

1570632542 - An Experimental Study of SEPIC Converter with BLDC Motor as Application
1570632634 - Deep Learning Based Automatic Maintenance of Soft Sensors Used in Wastewater Treatment Plants
1570632576 - Camera and Biometric Based Vehicle Monitoring System for Public Safety
1570622585 - Retrofit of HT Motor with LT Motor and VFD - An Energy Conservation Technique

11:00 - 12:30

Session Chairs: C. Satish, IEEE Hyderabad Section, Arif Sohel MJCET, Syed Musthak Ahmed SR University

1570629465 - Design of Efficient 1-Bit Comparator in Quantum Dot Cellular Automata Nano-computing
1570629036 - Multimodal System Framework for Feature Level Fusion Based on CCA with SVM Classifier
1570625049 - The Importance of Impedance Calibration and the Modeling Practice for Simulation in DDR Memory
1570631960 - An Evaluation of the Canny Edge Detection Algorithm Using Hybrid Approximate Adder Architecture
1570629345 - A Study of Carbon Footprint in an Educational Institution in India
1570632638 - Design and Simulation of Smart Flooring Tiles Using Two-Phased Triangular Bimorph Piezoelectric Energy Harvester

12:45 - 13:30

Session Chairs: Gopalkrishna kuppa IEEE Hyderabad Section, C Harinath (GPREC Kurnool), Sreelakshmi Gundebommu CVRIT Hyderabad

1570633363 - Analysis of Photo Voltaic Based Active Boost Inverter for Asynchronous Motor Drives
1570632569 - Investigation on Electrical Characteristics of Ester Oil with TiO2 Nanoparticles
1570632644 - Reduction of Harmonic Content for Power Electronic Applications Using Diode-Clamped-Multi Level Inverters

14:00 - 15:15

Session Chairs: Namrata Manohar MJCET, C Harinath (GPREC, Kurnool)

1570632632 - Solar and Biomass Based Hybrid Power System for Rural Areas
1570623436 - A Generalized Numerical Series Method for Switching Angle Calculation in Multilevel Inverters
1570632603 - Design and Analysis of Square Hole Based MEMS Piezoelectric Energy Harvester Using PiezoMUMPs Process
1570632554 - Active Power Quality Enhancement of Wind Microgrid Supported by PV Generation
1570632506 - Impact of Microgrid Connected to A Conventional Power System on System Frequency and Control Strategy

15:30 - 16:45

Session Chairs: Lalitha Vadlamani (IIIT-H) and Nitin sharma (Qualcomm)

1570633195 - Performance Study of Massive MIMO with Linear Precoders Using OpenSource Simulators
1570632216 - Analysis of GPS/GAGAN Based Airborne Receiver Position Accuracy Using RAIM Algorithms
1570626506 - Error Analysis of Multi-hop M-QAM Modulated Free Space Optical Communication Systems with Exponentiated Weibull Channel
1570620368 - Bandwidth and Power Cost Optimized MAC Protocols for IoT over VLC
1570632507 - Load Balancing in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Multiple Cluster Heads

18:30 - 19:30

Session Chairs: Lakshminarayana Merugu IEEE Hyderabad Section, Srinivasa Nookala IEEE Hyderabad Section

1570630430 - Design of Inset Feed Tri-Band Microstrip Patch Antenna for GPS and IRNSS Application
1570632580 - Wide-Band Microstrip Patch Antenna for Millimeter Wave-Band Applications
1570634154 - Improved Package Isolation for High Gain MMIC Packaging Using Offset Port Selection Technique
1570632420 - Wideband Sub-THz Substrate Lens Yagi- Uda Antenna for 5G Communications and Beyond

09:15 - 21:30
10:30 - 20:00
10:00 - 10:45

Title: Digital Transformation and Emerging Technologies for Post COVID-19

Abstract: Saleforce defined Digital transformation as the process of using digital technologies to create new or modify existing business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements. On the other hand, the Forth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is being transformed by emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, 5G, Robotics etc. All these drivers have strong association with the emerging technologies and initiatives from IEEE. ON the other hand, the COVID-19 crisis has brought unprecedent disruption to every aspect of businesses, industries, education, health care and day-to-day operations. In this talk, Professor Fung will discuss some of the emerging technologies and trends that play major parts in the 4IR in the post COVID-19 era.

13:30 - 14:00
16:45 - 17:30

Abstract: This talk covers the changes in how people consumer energy in their everyday life. Everybody carries mobile devices, these need constant power and people are using various methods to tap into power. The wide spread adaption of solar technology, is changing the way power companies are managing demand and supply.At the same time many people want green technologies, and many new technologies are not green, on the contrary they leading to rather inefficient solutions.

17:30 - 18:15

5:30pm-5:35pm: Welcome Address by Atul Negi, General Chair, 2020 IEEE-HYDCON

5:35pm-5:40pm: Address by N. Venkatesh, TPC chair, 2020 IEEE-HYDCON

5:40pm-5:45pm: Address by B.L. Deekshatulu, Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

5:45pm-5:50pm: Address by NV Rao Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

5:50pm-5:55pm: Address by MGPL Narayana Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

5:55pm-6:00pm: Address by R. Kannan Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

6:00pm-6:05pm: Address by Lakshmi Narayana Merugu Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

6:05pm-6:10pm: Address by PVS Maruthi Rao Past Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section

6:10pm-6:15pm: Closing remarks by Amit Kumar General Chair, 2020 IEEE-HYDCON

11:00 - 12:30

Session Chairs: A. Kavitha JNTUH, Y V Siva Reddy GPREC Kurnool

1570624204 - Improving the Efficiency of Spectral Feature Extraction by Structuring the Audio Files
1570635557 - Space Complexity Analysis in Hybrid Principal Component Analysis
1570632575 - Analysis of Parameters Variations in Brain Emotional Learning Controller
1570632595 - Analysis of Deep Learning Architectures for Object Detection - A Critical Review
1570622922 - A Semi-Supervised Approach for Detection of SCADA Attacks in Gas Pipeline Control Systems
1570629149 - Transparent Decision Support System for Credit Risk Evaluation: An Automated Credit Approval System

12:45 - 13:30

Session Chairs: Bala Prasad Peddigari, TCS and Reena Dayal Microsoft

1570630038 - Intelligent Automation-Led Transformation of Clinical Data Management: A New Antidote for a Smarter Biopharma Industry
1570623443 - Story and Task Issue Analysis for Agile Machine Learning Projects
1570632522 - Real Time Predictions of Adverse Digressions in Critical and Noisy Industrial Processes Using LSTMs

14:00 - 15:45

Session Chairs: Amita Kashyap (BDRC,Hyderabad), G Jyothsna (BDRC, Hyderabad)

157063129 - Dorsal Hand Vein Biometric Recognition Based on Orientation of Local Binary Patter
1570635344 - Potential of Memristors in Medical Image Processing and Concerns in the Clinical Context
1570635896 -Liver Tumor Segmentation and Classification: A Systematic Review
1570632735 - Respiration Rate Variability Analysis Under Different Body Postures
1570631126 - Detection and Classification of Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
1570632494 - Digitization and Analysis of Cardiotocography Records
1570632566 - Investigations of Shallow and Deep Learning Algorithms for Tumor Detection

15:45 - 16:45

Session Chairs: Satish Singh (IIIT Allahabad), A. G. Krishna Kanth AMS Semiconductors

1570629380 - Medicine Delivering Smart Autonomous Vehicle
1570623344 - Oil Spill Management System Based on Internet of Things
1570632378 - Comfort Management System for Smart Buildings: An Open Source Scalable
1570624700 - Solar Powered Smart Home Design with IoT

11:00 - 12:30

Session Chairs: Madhumita Chakravarti (RCI DRDO Kolkata), Sandeep M Satav, RCL Lab DRDO

1570630486 - Sub-THz SIW Circular Ring Slot Antenna with Wide Bandwidth and High Gain
1570632649 - A Planar Circular Monopole UWB Antenna for RF Energy Harvesting Applications
1570632645 - A Circular Planar Monopole UWB Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications
1570631274 - A Gain Enhanced Wideband Antenna Using Metasurface for Mobile Communications
1570621008 - Design and Analysis of High Gain Slotted SIW Array Antennas at Ka-Band
1570631784 - Automated Rubber Tree Tapping and Latex Mixing Machine for Quality Production of Natural Rubber

12:45 - 13:30

Session Chairs: P Chandrasekhar ECE OU, Kaleem Fatima MJCET

1570632647 - Implementation of Advanced Wireless Communication Through USRP for Connecting IoT
1570631821 - An IoT-Based Intimation and Path Tracing of a Vehicle Involved in Road Traffic Crashes
1570632614 - Resource Prediction Using Hybrid Double Seasonal Decomposition in Fog Integrated Cloud

14:00 - 15:45

Session Chairs: P V Rajgopal Gen.Manager BHEL R&D (rtd.), Naveenkumar Marati Valeo India Pvt Ltd

1570632584 - Support Vector Machine Based Fault Classification and Faulty Section Identification Scheme in Thyristor Controlled Series Compensated Transmission Lines
1570624370 - Electromagnetic Computational Analysis of Double Rotor Induction Motor for Propulsion System in Torpedoes
1570635499 - A LV Islanded Microgrid with Controlled Voltage and Frequency Fluctuations for Rural Area
1570634916 - Design and Analysis of Solar e-Rickshaw Charging System
1570624772 - Performance Evaluation of PV-SOFC Grid Integrated 3P3W System by UPQC with Sinusoidal Current Control Strategy at Constant Irradiance
1570632531 - Statistical Feature Based Identification of Rotor Fault Indicators for Three Phase Induction Motor
1570631929 - State of Charge Estimation of Lithium-Ion Battery Using State Augmented Cubature Kalman Filter in Presence of Uncharacterized Coloured Noise

15:45 - 16:30

Session Chair: R. Balasubramanium LMAG Chair  IEEE Hyderabad Section, Namrata Manohar MJCET

1570634873: Optimal Load Distribution of Power Networks Considering the Economic and Pollution Problems of Production Units in the Presence of Solar Resources

1570632651: Nonlinear Control of Single-Machine-Infinite-Bus System Steady State and Transient Stability

1570635157: Monitoring of Voltage Stability Margin by Artificial Neural Network


09:15 - 19:00
10:30 - 16:35