CIT-RIT Kosovo Student's Breakthrough Research Set to Revolutionize Smart Cities

Artesa Qela, a freshman student at RIT Kosovo (A.U.K) pursuing a degree in Computing and Information Technologies (CIT), has achieved a remarkable milestone after an intensive five-month research journey under the mentorship of Dr. Debabrata Samanta and Dr. Blerta Prevalla-Etemi.

Her research paper, focused on image processing and the application of steganography in smart cities, unveils groundbreaking insights into the future of data security. By exploring how steganography can safeguard data in urban environments, Artesa introduces a novel algorithm poised to redefine standards in this burgeoning field.

Photo of Professor Samanta and the student during research paper

The significance of her pioneering work has not gone unnoticed. Artesa's research has earned prestigious recognition and has been selected for presentation at the renowned International Conference on Computing and Communication, to be hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Furthermore, her paper will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes on Networks & Systems, a distinguished publication indexed in SCOPUS, INSPEC, EI Compendex, and Web of Science.

Artesa Qela's exceptional contribution promises to catalyze advancements in computing and communication technologies, setting the stage for transformative innovations in smart city infrastructure. Her dedication and ingenuity exemplify the spirit of academic excellence at RIT Kosovo (A.U.K), inspiring future generations of researchers and scholars.

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