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IMPORTANT DATES
Deadline May 28, 2017
Notification of Acceptance June 4, 2017
Conference Dates July 17-20, 2017
Program (To be anounced)

WELCOME TO 4TH DOCTORAL
COLLOQUIUM & DEMOS SESSIONS-2017
(DCDS-17)

Welcome to 2017 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing website. The Congress will be composed of research presentations, keynote lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, panel discussions, and poster presentations.

The congress will include a session for student doctoral work presentations "Doctoral Colloquium" and Demos. Showcases "Demos Sessions" of the twenty conferences are highly encouraged to be part of this congress. We welcome demo proposals on all subjects related to all conferences of this congress. Topics include the themes outlined in each conference topics.

For more info about the submission and registration process please visit the Doctoral Colloquium and Demos Sessions parts.

NEWS
ABSTRACT/POSTER PAPERS
DCDS17 now accepts "ABSTRACT/POSTER PAPERS" :
  • Describe research roadmaps (similar to PhD plan or PhD prospectus).
  • The maximum number of pages is 2.
  • Please write the following on the first page of your submission "name of conference: ABSTRACT/POSTER PAPER".
  • If accepted, the length of the final/Camera-Ready paper will be limited to 2 (two-column IEEE style) pages and the author will be given the opportunity to present the paper in a discussion/poster session.

DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM

WORKSHOP / Present, discuss, feedback

The congress will include a session for student doctoral work presentations.

The Doctoral colloquium is a workshop for doctoral students whose research is related to the world congress research conferences at any stage in their thesis. The goal of the Doctoral Consortium is to help the doctoral students with their thesis by giving feedback on their own research work as well as to give some general advice on making the most of their research environment. It is intended to obtain valuable feedback from conference attendees, particularly senior researchers and experts in the field. The main objective of the Doctoral colloquium is to encourage doctoral students to present their research, exchange information and learn from the discussions about their own work. Also to write, submit and to present papers in order to help them to improve the quality of their papers.

SUBMISSION
TO WORKSHOP

Students interested in participating in the world congress 2017 Doctoral Colloquium are requested to submit an extended abstract. This paper addresses specifically their thesis.

Note : Papers accepted in this workshop will be published in the Final Edition of the proceedings which goes to press after the conference – we will ship the printed book to authors of accepted papers during the month of September (ie, all shipments will be done after the congress).

SUBMISSION AND
REGISTRATION PROCESS
Student Research Competition
Selected best paper (To be announced)
Selected best presentation (To be announced)
Workshop Program / STUDENTS

(To be anounced)

Awards

(To be anounced)

DEMO SESSIONS

DEMO SESSIONS / Present, exchange, collaborate

It is an important opportunity for both business and academic sectors to network with different communities and collaborating projects investigators and developers, to exchange information, ideas, techniques. Demos and experiential showcases of the twenty conferences are highly encouraged to be part of this congress.

We welcome demo proposals on all subjects related to all conferences of this congress. Topics include the themes outlined in each conference topics. Demos will be scheduled throughout conferences, with dedicated sessions and times as will be indicated in the Program. Demos will give authors the opportunity to present their work to a wide audience. This will also provide an excellent opportunity to market products and services as well as present announcements. Demos is an outstanding way to understand real user requirements and help adoption of technologies by the mass market. In addition, the demo sessions showing real-systems prototypes at work will naturally complement the technical sessions, thus stimulating discussions among attendees. It can also enable collaboration between different fields of research scientists from the twenty two conferences of the Congress.

SUBMISSION
TO DEMO SESSIONS

We invite you to prepare an abstract following the proposed templates below. This paper addresses specifically your thesis

Papers accepted in this workshop will be published in the Final Edition of the proceedings which goes to press after the conference - we will ship the printed book to authors of accepted papers during the month of September (ie, all shipments will be done after the congress).

SUBMISSION AND
REGISTRATION PROCESS
Workshop Program / DEMO SESSIONS

(To be anounced)

TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE

TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE

General Chairs

  • Lamia Atma Djoudi : Synchrone, France
  • Hamid Arabnia : University of Georgia, USA

Co-chair

  • Ben C.K. Ngan : Pennsylvania State University, USA

Honor Chairs

  • Pierre Lacaze : CEO Synchrone, France
  • Laurent Leconte : CEO Synchrone, France

Program Committee

  • Gideon Samid : Maryland University, USA
  • Miguel Rome : Synchrone, France
  • Indu Anand : Sushila Publications, USA
  • Karim Moustafa : Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Chirag N.Modi : NIT Goa, India
  • Dan Tamir : University of Texas, USA
  • Pravati Swain : NIT Goa, India
  • Alpa Reshamwala : SVKM's NMIMS University, India
  • A.Ghani Karkar : Qatar University, Qatar
dcds-17@synchrone.fr

CONTACT & INFORMATION

Information :

July 17-20, 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
The Congress will be held
at the Monte Carlo Resort

For inqueries
please contact us on :

dcds-17@synchrone.fr

For information
or questions about demos

please contact
Doctoral colloquium Chair:

Dr Lamia Atma Djoudi,
Synchrone