The Sixth International Conference on Smart City Applications co-organized by the Computer Engineering Department of Karabuk University (KBÜ) in the partnership with Mediterranean Association of Sciences and Technologies (Medi-AST) was held on October 27 – 29. The conference covered many topics with an intersection with smart cities, including geo-smart information systems, education, healthcare, economy and digital business, building and home automation, environment and agriculture, and information technologies and computer science.
The event aimed to bring together research scientists and engineers to discuss and exchange both experimental and theoretical results, novel designs, case studies, and trend-setting ideas in the area of smart cities.
Two Scopus-indexed research papers were presented by the scientists of the Department of Information Technology:
Hryhorii Hnatiienko, Tetiana Babenko, Vira Ignisca, and Mykola Kozlenko, “Ensuring the functional stability of the organizational system considering the impact of critical elements,” presented at the 6th International Conference on Smart City Applications, SCA 2021, Karabuk, Turkey, Oct. 27-29, 2021, Paper 193
as a result of scientific collaboration with the Faculty of Information Technology of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, and
Emrullah Demiral, Ismail Rakip Karas, Yusuf Karakaya, and Mykola Kozlenko, “Design of indoor robot prototype guided by RFID based positioning and navigation system,” presented at the 6th International Conference on Smart City Applications, SCA 2021, Karabuk, Turkey, Oct. 27-29, 2021, Paper 168
as a result of scientific collaboration with the Computer Engineering Department of the Karabuk University, Turkey, within the scope of the project MEV-2018-1342.