1. IoT and smart Ecosystem
2. Connected Devices in a Smart City
3. Open API Economy
4. All and Smart Devices
5. Optimazation of Resources in a Smart City
6. Building Citizen Centric Apps for the citizens of Smart city
7. Smart command and control center
1. Introduction about chip route
2. Statement of the problem.
4. Fundamentals of reconfigurable Systems SoCs & NoCs
5. Reconfigurable Router Designs
6. Link design for NoC used in reconfigurable system
7. Future Work
Dr F. Henry Abanda is a Reader (Associate Professor) in the School of the Built Environment, Oxford Brookes University. He is a Chartered Engineer with the UK Institution of Engineering and Technology. Henry has obtained a number of qualifications in his academic career including: “Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches” (HDR) in Digital Construction Technology (Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France), PhD, Construction IT (Oxford Brookes University, UK), PGCert [Distinction] (Oxford Brookes University, UK ), MA in Monitoring & Evaluation ( Africa Nazarene University, Kenya), Dipl. Ing., Civil Engineering (École Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique de Yaoundé, Cameroun), and BSc. (Hons), Mathematics/Physics (The University of Buea, Cameroon). His teaching and research interests are in Construction IT with focus on Building Information Modelling (BIM) and emerging digital technologies applied in construction practice. He has designed, implemented and delivered BIM related modules on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the School of the Built Environment. He is currently supervising a number of PhD students working on construction project management, BIM, Big Data, and the Semantic Web. He has worked on research projects funded by the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council, the International Labour Organisation and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Henry has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, co-author a book and at least 5 peer-reviewed reports. Over the years Henry has facilitated a number of workshops. He facilitated a workshop attended by over 180 construction project managers and senior quantity surveyors in the use of BIM in managing construction project as part of the FutureFit Built Assets (European Union funded project) project between 2014-2016. He facilitated a capacity building workshop in the use of BIM in managing upgrading projects in informal settlements at the UN-Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador, 17 – 20 October 2016. Lastly, Henry has developed and delivered BIM-based capacity building workshops to the Architectural Association of Kenya (1 day) , School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi-India (10 days), École Nationale Supérieure de Travaux Publics, Yaoundé, Cameroon (3 days), Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tarbes, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse-France (2 days), Universitat de Lleida, Spain (1 day).
1.The Importance of Writing a Research Paper
2. Why publish your academic work?
3.How to ensure Scopus or WoS Indexation?
4. How to ensure publication of high-impact journals?
5. How to Get Published Effectively?
6. How to detect and avoid rejections?
7. Dealing with Reviewers' Feedback
8. Uses of Smart Technology
9. Finding the Right Journal
1. A government-funded research project for Structural Integrity Monitoring System of buildings and bridges in the metro.
2.Structural threshold determination using seismic fragility curves of buildings and bridges.
3.Disaster Risk Reduction Management tool for Local Government Units
4. Building resilience initiatives through research and development of Mapua University
1. Application of neural network models in Hydrology
2. The weaknesses of the conventional neural network model
3. Different types of metaheuristics algorithms
4. The superiority of coupling novel metaheuristic algorithms with neural networks
5. Samples of research: estimation of runoff, estimation of future rainfall due to the impact of climate change, water level estimations due to the impact of climate change, imputation of missing rainfall data