The 20th IEEE/ACIS International Summer Conference on Computer and Information Science brings together scientists, engineers, computer users, and students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects (theory, applications and tools) of computer and information science, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. The conference will cover a broad set of research topics.
Sponsor Type:1; 9
Roger LEE, Central Michigan University, USA
Huaikou MIAO，Shanghai University, China Lizhi CAI, Shanghai Development Center of Computer Software Technology, China
Jiayu GONG , Shanghai Key Laboratory of Computer Software Testing and Evaluating, China
Local Arrangement Chair
Yin SHEN, Shanghai Key Laboratory of Computer Software Testing and Evaluating, China
Roger LEE, Central Michigan University, USA Yun HU, Shanghai Key Laboratory of Computer Software Testing and Evaluating, China
Jianxin GE, Hebei Software Testing Center, China Liping LI, Shanghai Polytechnic University, China Keshou WU，Xiamen University of Technology, China
Yun HU, Shanghai Key Laboratory of Computer Software Testing and Evaluating, China
We welcome colleagues to organize workshops or special sessions for ICIS 2021 summer.
The Deadline to submit the proposals is February 4, 2021.
ICIS 2021 Summer Proceedings will be published by IEEE Conference Publishing Services and will be submitted to be indexed by SCI, EI, INSPEC, and DBLP.
Selected papers will be recommended to publish in the following journals (www.acisinternational.org ):
• International Journal of Networked and Distributed Computing (IJNDC), Paris, France
• International Journal of Software Innovation (IJSI), IGI Globe, U.S.A.
• Studies in Computational Intelligence (SCI), Springer, Germany
The 19th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science brings together scientists, engineers, computer users, and students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects (theory, applications and tools) of computer and information science, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. The conference will cover a broad set of research topics including, but not limited to, the following:
|Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms||Mobile/Wireless Computing|
|Applied Informatics||Parallel and Distributed Computing & Systems|
|Big Data and Analytics||Programming Languages, Compilers, & Operating Systems|
|Communication Systems & Networks||Software Architectures, Design Patterns, Frameworks|
|Computer Architecture and VLSI||Software Metrics & Project Management|
|Control Systems, Intelligent Systems||Software Quality Management Methods|
|Data Mining, Data Warehousing & Database||Software Specification Techniques|
|High Performance and Small Computing||Software Verification and Testing|
|Image Processing & Pattern Recognition||Speech and Signal Processing|
|Image, Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing||Testing of Large-scale Distribute Systems|
|Intelligent Agent Technology, Agent Based Systems||Testing, Validation and Verification of AI applications|
|Internet of Things||UML, OO Modeling & Simulation|
|Internet Technology and Applications, e-Commerce||Visual and Multimedia Computing|
|Management Information Systems||Visual and Multimedia Computing|
|Middleware Architectures & Techniques||Web Engineering & Applications|
We solicit research and experience papers as well as research-in-progress and practitioner reports in any of the technical areas listed under Scope and Topics. Submit your paper via the web-based conference management system following the instructions below:
In order to submit a paper for review to ICIS 2021, please go to the Conference Management system
The file that you submit should include the paper title, abstract, keywords, and an introduction followed by the body of your paper. The author’s name and address MUST NOT appear in this file. This is to facilitate a blind review.
Upload your full paper in two column format (not to exceed 10 single-spaced pages) via the web-based conference management system in PDF format, or you can submit your paper in the final manuscript format.
The format of the final manuscript should be in a two-column format and 6 pages in length. Up to an extra 2 pages (total of 8) can be purchased at registration time (see the registration form for pricing).
Please select a category from the topics menu. If you cannot find the right category in the menu, select other then please enter a category for your paper at the end of the summary. We need this information when determining reviewers for your paper.
All papers must be submitted through our Conference Management System
The program committee will review each submission and judge it with respect to its originality,significance, readability/organization, references and technical quality.
Conference officers will select papers for the Best Paper Award and Best Student Paper Awards. (in order to qualify for the award, the paper must be presented at the conference.)