The International Conference on Recent Advances in Intelligent Computational Systems (RAICS) will be held in Kothamangalam, Kerala, India from May 16 to May 18, 2024. With the theme Intelligent Computational Systems for humanity, the conference is open to researchers, practitioners, and industry professionals from all over the world. RAICS will focus on the interdisciplinary nature of intelligent computational systems, encouraging participants to present their research contributions and pioneering concepts that transcend traditional boundaries within the realms of Electrical, Electronics, Computer, and Information sciences. It aims to attract participants of international repute, thereby fostering transcultural collaboration and knowledge exchange on a global scale. The conference will feature keynote addresses by leading researchers in the field, as well as paper presentations, workshops, and tutorials. It is poised to serve as a catalyst for the fostering of robust collaborations between industry stakeholders, academic institutions, and research communities. The conference will provide opportunities for networking and discussion between participants from different sectors, with the goal of accelerating the development and deployment of intelligent computational systems.

About MACE

Mar Athanasius College of Engineering pioneered engineering education in central Kerala with a history of excellence and innovation since 1961. Managed by the Mar Athanasius College Association, aided by the Government of Kerala, the college was one of the earliest and the topmost engineering colleges in Kerala. MACE, as it is popularly known, was the first engineering college in Asia under Christian management. The college offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in various branches of engineering and computer applications, affiliated to KTU and approved by AICTE. The NBA accredited full-fledged departments, namely Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, and Computer Applications, apart from the two auxiliary departments of Mathematics and Science and Humanities has been consistently ranked among the top engineering colleges in Kerala and India by various agencies and surveys. The college is the first in Kerala to be accredited by the NAAC with an A+ grade. The college has a very active IEEE Student Branch which is currently the largest in the Kerala Section. MACE has the vision to be a center of excellence in engineering education and research that fosters innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and social responsibility. MACE has a mission to provide a quality education that meets the needs and expectations of the stakeholders; to create an environment that promotes research, development, consultancy, and extension activities; to nurture creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and ethical values among students; to collaborate with industry, acadgemia, government, and society for mutual benefit; and to contribute to the advancement of technology and the welfare of humanity.

About IEEE Kerala Section

IEEE Kerala Section is a vibrant and dynamic community of engineers, professionals, and students who are passionate about advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Established in 1983, IEEE Kerala Section is the largest IEEE Section in the world with over 16,000 members across various domains and disciplines. IEEE Kerala Section offers its members numerous opportunities for networking, learning, volunteering, and collaborating on various projects and initiatives. IEEE Kerala Section also organises and supports various events, workshops, conferences, and contests to keep its members updated with the latest trends and developments in technology and the industry. IEEE Kerala Section has two Subsections, 17 technical Society Chapters, one Technical Council Chapter, four Affinity Group Chapters, nearly 100 active Student Branches, 250+ Student Branch Chapters, 60 + Affinity Group Chapters and SIGHT Community groups. IEEE Kerala Section is committed to fulfilling the vision and mission of IEEE by serving the society and the profession with excellence and integrity. To learn more about IEEE Kerala Section, please visit

About Kothamangalam

Nestled in the pristine landscapes of Kerala, India, Kothamangalam is a town where nature and culture harmoniously coexist. As you explore this enchanting destination, you'll find a treasure trove of experiences catering to diverse interests. Nature enthusiasts will be captivated by the Thattekad Bird Sanctuary's 500+ bird species and the serene beauty of Bhoothathankettu, a picturesque dam site. Kothamangalam also boasts architectural gems like the St. Thomas Syro-Malabar Catholic Church and the ornate Kothamangalam Mar Thoma Cheriapally, steeped in history and architectural splendour. But the allure of Kothamangalam extends beyond its borders. Just 80 kilometres away lies the breathtaking hill station of Munnar. Surrounded by rolling hills, tea plantations, and lush greenery, Munnar is a paradise for nature lovers. You can visit tea estates, trek to scenic viewpoints, and indulge in the region's renowned tea culture. The Eravikulam National Park, home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, is another highlight. Munnar's cool climate and serene ambience make it a perfect escape from the city. Back in Kothamangalam, don't miss the opportunity to savour local delicacies and the ever-popular banana chips. Kothamangalam and Munnar together offer a diverse range of experiences, making them memorable destinations for travellers with varied interests.

About Kochi

Kochi, situated on the stunning Kerala coast, is a city that seamlessly weaves together its rich history, vibrant cultural heritage, and a culinary scene that's a gastronomic adventure in itself. Kochi's historical narrative is a reflection of its past as a bustling port city, which has influenced its cuisine over centuries. The arrival of traders and colonists brought a fusion of flavours, making Kochi a culinary melting pot. The city is renowned for its spice trade history, and these aromatic spices play a starring role in its cuisine. Explore Fort Kochi's colonial charm, visit the Dutch Palace and Paradesi Synagogue, and savour Kathakali performances. Stroll along Marine Drive, discover royal heritage at the Hill Palace Museum, and shop at Jew Town. Cherai Beach offers relaxation, while houseboat cruises unveil Kerala's backwaters. Kochi, a captivating blend of past and present, promises a multifaceted travel experience. Exploring Kochi's culinary scene is a delightful adventure encompassing a seafood extravaganza featuring fish curries and Kerala fish fry, the iconic appam and stew breakfast, local delicacies like Karimeen Pollichathu, and the sensory explosion of flavours in the traditional Kerala Sadya feast. The liberal use of spices infuses dishes with aromatic richness, as seen in biryanis, curries, and stir-fries, while the bustling streets of Kochi offer authentic street food experiences with snacks like banana chips and samosas. Pairing meals with toddy, a locally brewed palm wine, enhances the culinary journey, and concluding with sweet treats like Kerala halwa and payasam adds the perfect finishing touch to this gastronomic exploration.


  • Day 01 25th Sep2023

    Call for Paper Opens

  • Day 02 30th Nov 2023

    Full Paper Submission Deadline

  • Day 03 1st Feb 2024

    Notification of Acceptance

  • Day 04 1st Mar 2024

    Camera Ready Submission

  • Day 05 16th May 2024

    Conference Date

Paper Submission

The RAICS 2024 aims to provide the most relevant opportunity to bring together researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry to exchange their knowledge and discuss their research findings. The theme of the conference - Intelligence Computational Systems for Humanity covers a wide range of topics related to intelligent computational systems, including but not limited to: Artificial intelligence and machine learning, Highperformance computing, Big data analytics, Cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Cybersecurity, Natural language processing, Computer vision, Human-computer interaction, Quantum computing, Bioinformatics and Robotics.

Topics of interest also include, but are not limited to:
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  • Data Analytics
  • Communication and Computer Networks
  • Distributed Generation and Smart Grid Technologies
  • Electrical Machines, Power electronics and Drives
  • Guidance & Navigation control and Control systems
  • Signal Processing and Communication
  • VLSI and Embedded System
  • IOT and Machine Learning
  • Paper Submission Guidelines

    Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished papers are solicited in all areas described above. The template for the conference is available at:

    Authors are invited to submit papers through Microsoft’s Conference Management Toolkit (CMT). All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed based on their quality and relevance.

  • Guidelines for Authors

    The authors are invited to submit full papers up to 6 pages through:
    br After logging to the Conference Management System, please click on the “Create new submission” tab and follow the instructions. The Title of the paper and the Abstract are to be entered separately, along with the full paper. paper.

    Accepted and presented papers of RAICS 2024 will be submitted for publication in the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library .
    In order to be acceptable for publication submissions must make a new contribution to the scientific community. All submissions are processed through Crossref Similarity Check (iThenticate) to screen for plagiarism.

  • Instructions for Camera ready paper Submission RAICS 2024

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  • Registration Guidelines

    At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register for the conference for the paper to be included in the conference proceedings and published through IEEE Xplore.

    Full registration includes the registration of one paper. Additional author registrations for the same paper come with an additional fee of 2000 INR/50 USD per head, irrespective of category.

    The maximum length of the paper is 6 pages including references.

    Accepted and presented papers of RAICS 2024 will be submitted for possible publication in the IEEE IEEE Xplore® Digital Library .

  • Registration Fees

    After logging to the Conference Management System, please click on the “Create new submission” tab and follow the instructions. The Title of the paper and the Abstract are to be entered separately, before uploading the paper.

  • Delegates Category Fee incl. tax
    Attendee IEEE Member INR 2000
    Non IEEE Member INR 3000
    Indian Student Authors IEEE Member INR 6000
    Non IEEE Member INR 7000
    Indian Academia/Industry Authors IEEE Member INR 8000
    Non IEEE Member INR 9000
    Foreign Student Authors IEEE Member USD 200
    Non IEEE Member USD 225
    Foreign Academia/Industry Authors IEEE Member USD 250
    Non IEEE Member USD 300

Venue : Mar Athanasius College of Engineering

The RAICS 2024 will be hosted by Mar Athanasius College of Engineering Kothamangalam. The institute has multiple halls for conducting seminars, conferences, and other events. The halls are well equipped with advanced sound systems and projectors that provide a good atmosphere for sessions and lectures. There are five seminar halls provided by our institution in different blocks. The halls are big enough to accommodate the expected crowd. The PTA Seminar hall can accommodate more than 70 people, Seminar Hall-2 can hold 170 people, Seminar Hall 3 can hold 125 people, Seminar Hall 4 can hold 80 people and Seminar Hall 5 which can hold 70 people. All these seminar halls are air conditioned and spacious, providing a world class facility for the attendees. We have a large men’s hostel with 5 different blocks and can accommodate about 500 people and a women’s hostel which can also accommodate nearly 500 people. We also have plenty of other private hostels and lodging facilities for both men and women within a 2 km span of the college. Besides, The Silver Tips, is a four star hotel which is at a distance of 2 km from the college.

Transportation & Accommodation

Transportation details from Kothamangalam

  • Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport (CIAL), approximately 32 km away
  • Nearest Railway Station: Aluva Railway Station (34 km away) & Angamaly/Kalady Railway Station (35 km)

Public Transport Options

  1. Buses operated by KSRTC (2.8 km away from the college )
  2. Private bus stand, nearly 1.6kms away from the college.
  3. Taxis and Cabs for local transportation.

Participants must make their own arrangements for accommodation when attending conferences and other events at the Institute.