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26–27 July 2018 ICSSA 2018 : 4th International Conference on Software Security and Assurance
Seoul, South Korea
Although many attempts have been made to improve software security over the years, traditional software security research has relied on the tools and techniques focusing on testing (e.g., static analysis). We believe that the scope of software security and assurance is much wider than these limited research areas.
Our conference provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of software security and assurance and explore various facets of software security and assurance, which have not been thoroughly studied yet.
6–8 August 2018 SoNet 2018: The International Symposium on Social Networks and Applications
The International Symposium on Social Networks and Applications (SoNet), Co-located with IEEE FiCloud 2018, MobiWis 2018 and Innovate-Data 2018, provides a forum for researchers, developers, and practitioners from cross-disciplinary areas in order to present their work, and share research and development ideas.
The ubiquity of Internet, web, cloud and mobile technologies are the main driving forces behind the success and popularity of online social networks, which represent interactions and linkages among friends, families, colleagues, businesses, and organizations. Billions of users across the globe are using various social networks for various purposes. Social networks are characterised by complex network structures and architectural designs. They give rise to research challenges in different application areas such as social setup, businesses, commerce, education, healthcare, public sector and governmental organizations. This has opened up opportunities for interdisciplinary research that require expertise from a variety of disciplines such as computer science, statistics, mathematics, social science, medical sciences, business and finance.
27–29 August 2018 2018 2nd International Conference on Vision, Image and Signal Processing (ICVISP 2018)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
Welcome you to attend the 2nd International Conference on Vision, Image and Signal Processing (ICVISP-2018) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, the city that never sleeps.
In recent years, we have seen dramatic progress being made in the areas of computer vision, image and signal processing. Computer vision is fundamental to robotics research and development. With the availability of inexpensive, consumer-grade programmable depth cameras such as Microsoft Kinect, we are seeing many interesting computer vision based applications for rehabilitation, worker safety, medical operation, retail, gaming, and education, etc. Image processing is playing an ever-important role in security (such as facial and fingerprint recognition) and medical research and practice (such as the diagnosis of various diseases). Signal processing is the foundation for making sense of various information obtained from wearable devices and Internet of Things. Indeed, it is an exciting era to see our society being transformed by technology.
In 2017, we held the first ICVISP successfully in Osaka, Japan with 26 papers presented. The proceedings of ICVISP-2017 has already been included in IEEE Xplore Digital Library and indexed by Inspec.
We hope this conference provides a venue for researchers, developers, and industry practioners in the areas of computer vision, image and signal processing to share their discoveries, insight, and lessons learned, take home with exciting new ideas to further advance the state of the art and state of the practice in these areas, make new friends and forge fruitful collaborations.
2–5 September 2018 11th International Conference Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE 2018)
Cambridge, England, UK
19–21 September 2018 10th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC 2018)
University of Essex, UK
21–23 September 2018 The 2nd International Symposium on Computer Science and Intelligent Control (ISCSIC 2018)
Welcome to ISCSIC 2018!
The 2nd International Symposium on Computer Science and Intelligent Control(ISCSIC 2018) will be held in Stockholm, Sweden on 21-23, September. If you are interested in ISCSIC 2018, please submit your paper via our Online Submission System.
A selection of papers will be recommended to be published in journals.
Authors of selected papers presented in ISCSIC 2017 will be invited to extended their papers for publication in a special issue of Computers (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/computers/special_issues/ISCSIC_2017). This is an open access journal published by MDPI. The journal has already been included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index by Web of Science.
4–6 October 2018 ICIST 2018: 24th International Conference on Information and Software Technologies
4–5 October 2018 European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS 2018)
European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS) is an annual research event addressing the IS discipline with regional as well as global perspective. EMCIS has successfully helped bringing together researchers from around the world in a friendly atmosphere conducted to free exchange of innovative ideas. EMCIS was founded in 2004 by Brunel University research Group ISEing and it is an annual event. A number of respected collaborations were made with different local universities across the destinations chosen each year and EMCIS still proves to attract many further partnerships.
EMCIS is one of the premier conferences in Europe and Middle Eastern region for Information Systems academics and professionals, covering technical, organisational, business and social issues in the application of Information Technology. EMCIS is dedicated to the definition and establishment of Information Systems as a discipline of high impact for the methodical community and IS professionals – focusing on approaches that facilitate the identification of innovative research of significant relevance to the IS discipline following sound research methodologies that lead to results of measurable impact.
15–16 November 2018 The second Central European Cybersecurity Conference – CECC 2018
21–23 December 2018 2018 Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Conference (AICCC 2018)
2018 Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Conference (AICCC 2018) will be held during 21-23 December, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. This conference is meant for researchers from academia, industries and research & development organizations all over the globe interested in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing. It will put special emphasis on the participations of PhD students, Postdoctoral fellows and other young researchers from all over the world. It would be beneficial to bring together a group of experts from diverse fields to discuss recent progress and to share ideas on open questions. The conference will feature world-class keynote speakers in the main areas.
While artificial intelligence (A.I.) has struggled to gain footholds in other niches, it is finding its place in the world of cloud computing, a sort of revolution within the revolution that could rapidly change the face of businesses using cloud computing solutions over the next few years. What Is A.I.? First contemplated and theorized in the 1950s, A.I. generally refers to the ability of machines to perform intellectual tasks. It has branched into several different sub-levels since then, including machine learning, which, beginning around 1980, enabled computers to learn and build models, deep learning, which uses neural networks, and cognitive computing, a product of the last decade or so, which can allow machines to interact naturally with us. Machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) are the branches of A.I. most commonly linked to cloud computing. They can be harnessed for unsupervised work in analytics, predictions, and data mining – three absolutely huge parts of thousands of applications used by businesses in the cloud every single day. Deep learning takes machine learning a step forward. Instead of using a singular algorithm to crunch data, it uses a legion of them, all related, to create new, deep networks without human oversight. Deep learning has been successful in image recognition, facial recognition, even prediction of diseases based on a patient’s electronic health records. In three areas of cloud computing, A.I. is taking long strides. Those areas are ML algorithms, Big Data and parallel processing.