Abhay Saxena

Abhay Saxena is Dean of School of Technology, Management and Communication and Professor, Computer Science at Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalya, Hardwar, Uttrakhand, India. He holds Doctoral Degree of Computer Science in the area of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). He is a visiting Professor for Budapest Business School, Hungary, National Formosa University Taiwan. He had been appointed as a Honorary Research fellow for two years by University of Malaysia (UNIMAS). He had also delivered Technical talks in Swinburne University, Malaysia, University of Malaysia, Yunlin University, Taiwan along with his contribution and participation in national and international workshop, conferences across India and abroad. In his 28 years of Teaching and Industry experience, he had authored twelve books on discrete areas of Core computing, i.e., Computer Networks, DBMS, E-commerce, Web technology, .Net Framework, Life management and Human values, Internet of things for futuristic computing (2018) and Vedic Informatics (2109). His upcoming two books are Artificial Intelligence for the societal development and Global well-being (IGI global publication May 2022) and Block Chain (2021 December).

Publications

Artificial Intelligence for Societal Development and Global Well-Being
Abhay Saxena, Ashutosh Kumar Bhatt, Rajeev Kumar. © 2022. 292 pages.
Artificial intelligence has become an invaluable tool in modern society and can be utilized across fields such as healthcare, travel, education, and construction. There are...
An Application for Human Resource and Humanoid Management for Smart Cities
Abhay Saxena, Ashutosh Kumar Bhatt. © 2022. 16 pages.
The big players like Cisco, Hitachi, Siemens, etc. are taking part in designing and developing smart colonies across the globe. The basic applications designed so far in smart...
Artificial Intelligence for the Comprehensive Development of Household Makers (Especially in South Asian Countries)
Prof. Abhay Saxena, Amit Saxena, Aditi Saxena. © 2022. 14 pages.
This chapter will cover the basic problems of women in South Asian countries. For this, a group survey is taken in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, and...