ICTAACS 2019

December 15-16, 2019, Skikda, Algeria
20 Août 1955-Skikda University

International Conference on Theoretical and Applicative Aspects of Computer Science, Skikda 2019


About

The ICTAACS like CTAACS'12 and CTAACS'13, which are the previous editions, covers theoretical and practical aspects related to Computer Science. The aim of this conference is to give researchers the possibilty to share and exchange their new ideas, research results and experiences about different specialities of Computer Science.

The ICTAACS'19 will be held in Skikda, Algeria from 15-16 December 2019. It's co-organized by the Computer Science department of the 20 Août 1955-Skikda University, the LICUS (Laboratoire d'Informatique et de Communication de l'Université 20 Août 1955-Skikda), the MISC (laboratory of Modélisation et d'Implémentation de Systèmes Complexes, Abdelhamid Mehri-Constantine 2 University), the GLIA team of the LIRE (Laboratoire d'Informatique REpartie, Abdelhamid Mehri-Constantine 2 University) and by the LINFI (Laboratoire d'INFormatique Intelligente, Mohamed Khider-Biskra University).

The target audience for ICTAACS'19 ranges from Teacher-Researcher to PhD students and Master students. They will also be encouraged to present their research, to self-evaluate and to increase the visibility of their work within the IT community.

Scientific topics (but not limited to)

Track 1: Database and Information Systems
  • Advanced databases
  • Information systems architectures
  • Data warehouses
  • Information systems integration
  • Information systems analysis and specification
  • Multimedia database applications
  • Database security and transaction support
  • Object-oriented database applications
  • Distributed database systems
  • PDMS (P2P data management systems)
  • Enterprise resource planning
  • Enterprise-wide client-server architecture
  • Security and privacy in cloud computing
Track 2: Software Engineering
  • Component-based software engineering
  • Component based Agents
  • Requirements engineering
  • Software architectures
  • Real-time software engineering
  • Agent-based software system
  • Software maintenance, reuse, and legacy systems
  • Software quality assurance
  • Formal methods and formal approaches to software development
Track 3: Computer Networks, Distributed and Complex Systems
  • Modeling, design, and engineering of distributed systems
  • Complex and multi-agent systems
  • Foundations and formal methods for distributed systems
  • Animated pedagogical agents
  • Advances in networking and web based applications
  • Information and network security
  • Cloud computing and pervasive systems
  • Autonomic agents
  • Bayesian networks
  • Strategic decision support systems
  • Evolutionary programming
  • Adaptation, self-organization, and emergence in complex systems
Track 4: Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision and Information Processing
  • Image processing, segmentation and registration
  • Motion, Object Tracking and Video Analysis
  • Medical and application dedicated image analysis
  • Energy Minimization based Vision
  • Data mining and machine learning
  • Distributed and Collective Vision
  • Data and knowledge engineering and modeling
  • Image and multimedia search and retrieval
  • Data classification and clustering
  • Sensorial information and knowledge engineering and modeling
  • Signal, speech and time series analysis, recognition and retrieval
  • Image analysis, scene understanding and character recognition
Track 5: e-governance, Smart cities and Next Generation Computing Ecosystem
  • Open and smart government
  • Smart cities, smart homes
  • Smart grids and the Internet of things (infrastructure, transportation, governance, environment, health care, safety, security, and energy)
  • Smart devices and their novel use in public management
  • Smart (technology-facilitated) practices such as payment systems, identification systems, etc.
  • Smart city (governance) and emerging technologies (IoT, big data, open data, social media & networks)
  • Wireless communications and networks in smart cities
  • Sensing technologies for smart cities
  • Green multimedia wireless networks for smart cities

Keynote Speakers

Pr. Esma AIMEUR

University of Montreal, Canada
"Privacy and Security issues in Artificial Intelligence"

Dr. Zahia GUESSOUM

LIP6 of Paris 6, France
"Multi-agent Coordination Models and Applications"

Pr. Zaidi SAHNOUN

Abdelhamid Mehri-Constantine 2 University, Algeria
Intelligence Artificielle : Nouvelle Perspectives, Nouveaux Défis

Pr. Rachid BENLAMRI

Lakehead University, Canada
"Resolving Semantic Interoperability: A Roadmap for HealthCare Big Data"

Contact

SPONSORS
IEEE
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20 Aout 1955 skikda University

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Laboratoire d'Informatique REpartie (LIRE), Université Constantine 2, Abdelhamid Mehri

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Laboratoire de Modélisation et d'Implémentation de Systèmes Complexes, Université Constantine 2, Abdelhamid Mehri (MISC)

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Laboratoire d'INFormatique Intelligente (LINFI), Université Mohamed Khider de Biskra.

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Laboratoire d'Informatique et de Communication de l'Université 20 Août 1955-Skikda