4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics

03-04 January 2019

University of Hawaii, USA

About us

Welcome to the official website of 4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering (RTCSE® 2019). The conference will be held on 03-04 January 2019 in Hawaii, USA. This is 9th International Conference being organised by Gyancity Research Lab. This RTCSE® conference is a sister conference of IMCES conference and ICGCET® conference. The 1st International conference on Green Computing and Engineering Technology (ICGCET®) (www.icgcet.org) was organised in July 2015, Dubai and 2nd was in Denmark, 3rd was in Ireland, and 4th will in Denmark. RTCSE® 2016, RTCSE® 2017 and IMCES 2017 was in collaboration with UTHM Malaysia. RTCSE® 2018 was in Bangkok, Thailand. The main objective of RTCSE® 2019 is to present the research from different areas of science and technology. This conference provides a platform for researchers and scientists across the world to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of electronics and information technology. This conference also provides an opportunity to interact and establish professional relations for future collaboration. The conference aims to promote innovations and work of researchers, engineers, students and scientists from across the world on Advancement in electronic and computer systems. The basic idea of the conference is what more can be done using the existing technology. In Today’s world electronic and computer systems plays an important role for future’s innovation. These systems involve a very wide area for research. We are pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their original manuscripts to RTCSE® 2019. Gyancity Research Lab organize following 2 conferences in 2 continents: ICGCET®, and RTCSE®. ICGCET® was organized in Dubai, Denmark and Ireland in 2015, 2016, 2017 respectively. It will organize in Denmark in 2018.

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Venue of 4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering (RTCSE®) is University of Hawaii, USA

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  • Tourist Attraction in Bangkok, Thailand

    Dusit Palace

    Dusit Palace is the name of the compound of Royal residences, constructed in European style between 1897 and 1901 for King Rama V. The most prominent building is the Vimanmek Mansion, built of golden teak wood. The world’s largest wooden mansion, it contains 31 exhibition rooms as well as the throne room, bathrooms and bedrooms. If you visit the Grand Palace before this one make sure you keep your ticket as it gives you free entry into the mansion.

    Lumphini Park

    Lumphini Park is more than just an oasis of nature in bustling Bangkok. Originally designed to house Thai crafts and flowers, it is a serene place where people can stroll paths, take a paddle boat ride or just sit and relax and watch others do their morning and evening exercises. Visitors who stroll along the pond may even come across a water monitor lizard, a crocodile-like reptile. Free outdoor concerts take place on Sunday afternoons.

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Known locally as JJ Market, Chatuchak Weekend Market is the largest of its kind in Thailand. Some even say it’s the largest weekend market in the world. With more than 8,000 stalls peddling wares ranging from antiques to clothes to furniture, the wildly popular market draws in more than 200,000 people on weekends and includes a wide array of tasty restaurants. Shoppers are also entertained by shows, including dancing and live music.

    Khao San Road

    Khao San Road is, technically speaking, a small road located about a block from the Chao Phraya River. Khaosan translates as “milled rice”, a reminder that in former times the street was a major Bangkok rice market. In the last 20 years, however, Khaosan Road has developed into a world famous backpackers hangout. It offers cheap accommodation, ranging from dorm style hostels to reasonably priced 3-star hotels as well as bars, food stalls, restaurants, convenience stores, internet cafes and travel agencies.

    Wat Arun (“Temple of Dawn”)

    Situated on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River , Wat Arun (“Temple of Dawn”) is one of the oldest and best known tourist attractions in Bangkok. The temple is an architectural representation of Mount Meru, the center of the universe in Buddhist cosmology. Despite its name, the best views of Wat Arun are in the evening with the sun setting behind it.


    Opened in 1990, the eight-story CentralWorld marketed itself as a middle class shopping center, opposed to the upper class-marketed Siam Paragon. On 19th May 2010, CentralWorld was one of the many properties set on fire by anti government protestors. The fire raged for two days and the Zen department store collapsed in the fire. After months of repair works, the shopping complex reopened on 28th September with 80% of its retail space open for business.