ICTCC 2016: how the nature is going to shape computing systems

ICTCC 2016 launch

Only two weeks left until the 2nd EAI International Conference on Nature of Computation and Communication (ICTCC 2016)!

The 2016 edition of the Conference will take place in the capital city of Kien Giang province, Rach Gia, Vietnam on 17-18 March, 2016.

What is the aim of the Conference? ICTCC 2016 will be a place for highly original ideas about how nature is going to shape computing systems of the future and will focus on rigorous approaches and cutting-edge solutions. Participants to ICTCC 2016 will also have the possibility to attend two special tracks:

  • Modelling of Contextual Systems (ICTCC-MCS 2016): which tries to be meeting point where researchers and practitioners in areas of modeling of contextual systems (cyber-physical systems, multiagent systems, cellular automata,…) could have the opportunity to present current research results, to share their research achievements and solutions, and to look for new idea of modeling of contextual systems.
  • Nature of Computation and Communication in Image Processing and Visualization (NCCIPV 2016): which vision is focused on nature of computation and communication in image processing and visualization.

But this is not all! ICTCC 2016 will also host three keynote speakers: Prof. Leonard Barolli (Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan), Prof. Phan Cong Vinh (Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Vietnam) and Pandian Vasant (Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia).

Furthermore a tutorial will also be given during the Conference, Knowledge Management System (on an IT platform): which vision is focused on nature of computation and communication in image processing and visualization.

Find also more information about ICTCC 2016 Final Program!

You will find selected papers from the conference published in the EAI Endorsed Transactions on on Context-Aware Systems and Applications.

So don’t lose the unique opportunity to take part to this fascinating event and the extras ICTCC 2016 offers!

Editorial Staff

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