KUSCO News Upcoming Events 17th KOCSEA Technical Symposium

17th KOCSEA Technical Symposium

The objective of the 17th KOCSEA Technical symposium is to bring together top researchers in computer science and engineering and information technology, both from the academia and the industry, and from Korea and U.S. to assess current progress in the Computer Science fields and to chart out productive future directions that can lead to significant contributions to the society.

The list of topics include:

 

  • Cloud and BigData
  • AI/Robotics/Cognitive Science/HCI
  • Computer and Network Security
  • Cyber-physical Systems (Embedded and Mobile)
  • Database and Data Mining
  • Bio-, Neuro-Informatics, Media Information Systems
  • Business and E-commerce Applications
  • Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
  • Data Communication and Networking
  • Games, Graphics, and Computer Vision
  • Software Development and Engineering

 

Speaker recruitment: We will recruit speakers from across the United States, from universities and from industry. U.S. speakers will be recruited from Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin and also across U.S., both from the academia and industry. We are leveraging the networking opportunities that KOCSEA members had in UKC 2016 and other professional conferences to seek for new participants to our event. We will also work with KSEA local chapters nearby (Washington Metro, Central VA, Baltimore) to recruit more local participants.

Student participants: Student participants will be recruited in two different ways.

 

  1. KOCSEA scholarship recipients: We expect to award 2 to 3 KOCSEA scholarships to graduate students. The scholarship recipients will be invited to present posters based on their work, and will be reimbursed for their travel expenses. There will be no restrictions on the geographical bases of the students, so any eligible students from across the U.S. can potentially participate. We are also planning to have short-featured talks by graduate students (5 minutes each) so that students can gain valuable experience, presenting their work.
  2. Graduate and undergraduate students from the region local to the symposium venue: Students from near-by universities (up to 100 miles) will be actively recruited for participation in the meeting. Refer to the U.S. speaker recruitment plan above for local universities.

 

 



 

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