On 15 – 17 November 2023, the School of Information Technology and the Center for Information Technology Services hosted the 7th International Conference on Information Technology (InCIT 2023) and the 15th National Conference on Information Technology (NCIT 2023) at E4 Building, Mae Fah Luang University.
In the opening ceremony, Asst. Prof. Dr.Teeravisit Laohapensaeng, Dean of the School of Information Technology gave a report; followed by the opening speech delivered by Asst. Prof. Dr.Matchima Naradisorn, President of Mae Fah Luang University. There were a series of keynote lectures: “Industry 4.0/5.0: some challenges, cyber-security” by Prof. Jean-Marc Thiriet, FACTORI 4.0; “Sustainability and AWS” by Mr. Patrick Pang Ki Khoon, AWS; “Delivering a greener and more sustainable solution in Information Technology” by Mr. Pongsakorn Yuthagovit, IEEE Thailand Section Chair; “Harvesting the Future: Unleashing the Power of ICT and Digital Twins in Agri-Food Supply Chains” by Dr. Pramod V. Mahajan, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering & Bioeconomy (ATB); and “Generative AI for Cyber Security – Opportunities and Challenges” by Prof. Nauman Aslam, DigiHealth-Asia. Furthermore, the conferences featured oral presentations, workshop, exhibition, and student projects contest.
The conference, supported by the Council of IT Deans of Thailand (CITT), IEEE Computer Society Thailand Chapter, the IEEE Thailand Section, ECTI Association, Amazon Web Services, FACTORI 4.0 Erasmus+, and DigiHealth-Asia, has served as a combined platform to share research findings related to information and communication technologies, including next-generation innovations.
This year, the conferences were held under a theme “Shaping a Greener Tomorrow: Integrating Sustainable Innovations and Transformations for a Resilient Society,” aiming to explore the integration of green technology and sustainability in response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. InCIT 2023 and NCIT 2023 invited researchers and industry stakeholders to discuss sustainable technologies and practices, assess their potential for fostering long-term resilience, and promote knowledge exchange and collaboration for a more environmentally conscious future.
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