1st Edition

Intelligent Computing and Optimization for Sustainable Development

    304 Pages 62 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    This book presents insights into how Intelligent Computing and Optimization techniques can be used for attaining the goals of Sustainable Development. It provides a comprehensive overview of the latest breakthroughs and recent developments in sustainable, intelligent computing technologies, applications, and optimisation techniques across various industries, including Business Process Management, Manufacturing, Financial Sector, Agriculture, Financial Sector. Supply Chain Management and Healthcare etc. It focuses upon Computational Intelligent Techniques along with Optimization techniques to provide sustainable solutions to many problems.

    •            Provides insights into the theory, implementation, and application of computational intelligence techniques in many industries.

    •            Includes industry practitioner perspectives and case studies for better understanding for sustainable solutions.

    •            Highlights the role of intelligent computing and optimisation as key technologies in decision-making processes and in providing cutting-edge solutions to real-world problems.

    •            Addresses the challenges and limitations of computational approaches in sustainability, such as data availability, model uncertainty, and computational complexity, while also discusses emerging opportunities and future directions in the field.

    This book will be useful for professionals and scholars looking for up-to-date research on cutting-edge perspectives in the field of computational intelligent & Optimization techniques in the areas of agriculture, industry, the financial sector, business automation, renewable energy, optimization, and smart cities.

    1.      A Journey to Computational Intelligence in Sustainable Development.

    Sonal Trivedi, Veena Grover and Balamurugan Balusamy

    2.      Business Combining Artificial Intelligence Concentrating on Sustainable Development Goals: A Win-Win situation

     Arvind Kumar Bhatt, Anand Kumar Rai, Shuchita Singh and Amare Abawa Esubalew

    3.      Deep Neural Networks (DNN) for Sustainable Development for Smart Cities

    Karthikeyan V, Kirubakaran G, and Ezhil Kalaimannan

    4.      Digital Task Optimization with Resource Allocation in Business Process Management Using Machine Learning Model

    Krishna Kumar. R, T. Lavanya Kumari, S. Magesh, Vijayalakshmi. S, and R. Manikandan

    5.      Design of an Efficient Multi Model Deep Learning Framework for Assessing Mental Workload using Eye Tracking & Physiological Parameters

    Vijay Anand R, Jayalakshmi P, Alagiri I, Madala Guru Brahmam, Balamurugan Balusamy, and Veena Grover

    6.      Deep Learning in Smart Manufacturing: Advancements, Applications, and Challenges

    Gnanasankaran Natranjan, Shirley Chellathurai Pon Anna Bai, Sundarayadivazhagan Balasubramanian, and Elakkiya Elango

    7.      Fuzzy Optimization Techniques in Agricultural Field using Supply Chain Management 

    A. Sathya Kala, K. Rajam, and G.H. Jayantha Lanel

    8.      Computational Techniques for Banking and Financial Sectors

    A. Jalaludeen, Fayaz Ahamed, and M. Marimuthu

    9.      Smart Computing for Green Sustainability

    Ms. Divya Sahu, Veena Grover, Manju Nandal, and Mahima Dogra

    10.      Sustainable Manufacturing for Industry 4.0: Navigating the Path to Environmental Responsibility.
    Deepa Gupta, Parth Mukul Gupta, and Mukul Gupta

    11.      Blockchain Technology for Agriculture Supply Chain Management.
    Adla Padma, Mangayarkarasi. R, and Vinayakumar Ravi

    12.      Computational Intelligence for Biodiversity Conservation
    Channi Sachdeva, Veer P Gangwar, and Veena Grover


    13. Sailing the Waves of Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Unveiling the Moderator Role of Technological Adoption in SMEs Innovation
    Aemin Nasir, Shajara Ul-Durar, and Mustafa Abdulwahab Mohammed

    14. Robotic Process Automation: The Tangible and Human Shift in Business Process Efficiency.         
    Praveen Tomar and Veena Grover


    Dr. Veena Grover is currently working as Professor in Department of Management at Noida Institute of Engineering & Technology, Greater Noida, UP, India. Prior to this, she has been working as a professor in School of Business, Galgotias University, she has more than 21 years of teaching experience in educational institutions of repute like Lingaya’s University, New Delhi Institute of Management, University of Delhi, DAV Institute of Management etc. She is Gold Medallist & University topper in Economics. She has got many appreciation letters & research awards for her teaching, research & administrative skills over the years. Her research interests include Micro Finance, Sustainability, Macro Economic Variables and Innovation Strategy. Dr. Veena Grover earned her PhD from Department of Business Administration, Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal (Sonepat). Her proficiency has garnered international recognition, evident through her role as an adjunct faculty member & Thesis supervisor at Westford University, UAE. Her influence extends to the global academic stage, where she has been invited as a distinguished panelist, keynote speaker, and session chair at several prestigious conferences, summits, and seminars. A prolific researcher, Professor Grover has contributed significantly to the academic discourse by presenting and publishing more than 35 research papers and book chapters in esteemed international and national conferences, as well as reputable refereed journals. She serves as an Editor of the refereed journal, International Journal of Advanced Trends in Technology, Management & Applied Science & Reviewer of International Journal of Applied Behavioural Economics. She is also a member of Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS)working towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals. She is also Innovation Ambassador under Ministry of Education to mentor & implement innovative projects & start ups in educational institutions. 

    Dr. Rajesh Kumar Dhanaraj, a distinguished Professor at Symbiosis International University, Pune, India, previously held the same title at Galgotias University, Greater Noida. Recognized among the top 2% of global scientists by Elsevier and Stanford University, he holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Anna University, Chennai. With over 70 authored and edited books, 23 patents, and 150 articles, his research expertise spans Machine Learning, Cyber-Physical Systems, and Wireless Sensor Networks. As a Senior IEEE Member, he fosters global collaborations, delivers tech talks, and serves on editorial boards for prestigious journals like Elsevier and Hindawi. Furthermore, his role extends to advising Texas Instruments Inc., USA, as an Expert Advisory Panel Member.

    Prof. Balamurugan Balusamy is presently working as an Associate Dean (Student engagement), Shiv Nadar University. Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) He has also served up to the position of Associate Professor in his stint of 14 years of experience with VIT University, Vellore. His research 

    focuses on Blockchain and IoT. He has published 80 technology books and over 150 journal and conference papers and book chapters. He serves on the advisory committee for several start-ups and forums and does consultancy work for the industry on Industrial IoT. He has given over 175 talks at events and symposiums. He holds a PhD degree in “Investigations of cloud computing access control techniques” from VIT University, Vellore, India.

    Dr. Gopal Rathinam is currently working as Assistant Professor in department of  Information and communication Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Buraimi , Oman. His research interests are Networking & Internet of things.