|Full Name||The 2010 International Conference on Computational and Information Sciences|
|Date||Dec 17-19, 2010|
The 2010 International Conference on Computational and Information Sciences(ICCIS2010)December 17‐19, 2010
The 2010 International Conference on Computational and Information Sciences (ICCIS2010) aims at bringing researchers in the areas of computational and information sciences to exchange new ideas and to explore new ground. The goal of the conference is to push the application of modern computing technologies to science, engineering, and information technologies.
Following the success of ICCIS2004, ICCIS2010 conference will consist of invited keynote presentations and contributed presentations of latest developments in computational and information sciences.
The conference topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
1. Computational Science and Engineering:
*High performance computing and algorithms;
*Parallel and distributed computing and algorithms;
*Problem solving environments;
*Numerical simulation and numerical algorithms;
*Computational finance and economics;
*Large scale scientific and engineering computing;
*Applied numerical analysis;
*Biological modeling and simulations;
*Web and grid based on computation and simulations;
*Education and training of next generation computational scientists.
2. Computational Information Sciences:
*Data mining and analysis algorithms;
*Bioinformatics, genomics, and biometrics;
*E‐commerce and web mining;
*Text, video, multimedia mining;
*Intelligent analysis and evaluations;
*Security and privacy of information;
*High performance information processing and algorithms;
*Parallel, distributed, and scalable algorithms in computational information sciences.
Conference Sponsors and Venue:
ICCIS2010 will be jointly sponsored by Southwest Petroleum University (China), University of Kentucky (USA), and technically co‐sponsored by IEEE (to be approved). It will be held in Chengdu, China, in December 17‐19, 2010. The conference hotel is to be determined. The official web page of ICCIS2010 is at www.cs.uky.edu/~jzhang/cis10.html
Honorary Chair: Zhimin Du, Southwest Petroleum University,China
General Chair: Jun Zhang, University of Kentucky, USA
Co‐Chair: Lixue Chen, Southwest Petroleum University, China
How to Contribute:
Please prepare your research paper of no more than 4 pages in IEEE conference proceedings paper format. Please use the Microsoft Academic Conference Management Service for your paper submission.
Submitted papers should be in English and contain unpublished contributions to computational and information sciences. Please note that we only accept a paper for peer review with the understanding that the paper has not been published elsewhere and has not been submitted for consideration of publication elsewhere. If accepted, at least one of the authors will register and present the paper at the ICCIS2010 conference, either in lecture or post formats. This requirement is to reduce the burden of reviewers and the cost of publication of the proceedings.The deadline for submitting a paper for consideration is July 1, 2010. Notification for accepting or declining a paper will be sent out by August 1, 2010. The firm deadline for the submission of camera ready papers to IEEE CPS for publishing in the proceedings is September 1, 2010. The registration fee must be received by the organizers by September 1, 2010, in order for the paper to be included in the conference proceedings.
All accepted papers are expected to be published by IEEE CPS in the IEEE conference proceedings (pending approval). IEEE CPS will send all published papers to EI and ISTP for indexing, but there is no guarantee that all papers will be indexed by either agency. The proceedings in CD will be available to the attendees during the conference. After the conference, selected papers will be considered for publication as special issues in several journals. Guest editors and suggested journals are welcome. Those papers will go through the standard rigorousrefereeing procedure established by the individual journals. Additional page charges by the journals are the responsibility of the authors.
Best Student Papers:
Excellent papers whose main authors are graduate students will be judged and selected by the Student Paper Award Subcommittee of the Program Committee for their scientific merits. Up to 5 best student papers may be selected for the ICCIS Student Paper Awards.