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Future Technologies Conference (FTC) 2021

Future Technologies Conference (FTC) 2021


With the aim of providing a worldwide forum, where the international participants can share their research knowledge and ideas, the 2021 Future Technologies Conference (FTC) was held virtually on 28-29 October 2021. The anarchic spirit and energy of inquiry found in our community always help researchers to produce briliant technological advances which continue to restructure entire computing community. FTC saw participation from such researchers, academics and technologists from leading universities, research firms, government agencies and companies to submit their latest research at the forefront of technology and computing.

Conference Dates: 28-29 October 2021
Virtual Event

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Post Conference Publication

All FTC 2021 papers were published by Springer. Proceedings have been published in three volumes:

The proceedings have been submitted for indexing to SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH, SCImago.


Thank you to all of our attendees for their quality submissions. Below you will find the Award winners. Congratulations!
The papers receiving these awards were selected from a set of outstanding papers, based on the potential impact, novelty, use of appropriate data and analysis methodologies, and clarity of presentation.

Best Paper Award
Title: From Swarms to Hyperswarms: A New Methodology for Amplifying Group Intelligence
Authors: Louis Rosenberg, Colin Domnauer, Gregg Willcox, Hans Schumann

Best Student Paper Award
Title: Voice Command based Crowd Control Training System with Various Police Formations
Authors: Ryan Ficocelli, Andrew J. Park, Lee Patterson, Frank Doditch, Valerie Spicer, Herbert H. Tsang

Best Presentation Award
Title: A2Cloud-H: A Multi-tiered Machine Learning Framework for Cost-effective Cloud Resource Selection
Authors: Vivek Pallipuram, Xusheng Ai, Tapaswini Jena, Syeduzzaman Khan, Robert Hughes

Keynote Presentations

Alex Pentland, MIT

Martin Riedmiller, DeepMind

Michael Wooldridge, University of Oxford

Emine Yilmaz, University College London