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Computer Science and Information Technologies

CSIT'2019 CSIT'2019
CSIT'2018 CSIT'2018
CSIT'2017 CSIT'2017
CSIT'2017 CSIT'2016
CSIT'2015 CSIT'2015
CSIT'2014 CSIT'2014
CSIT'2014 CSIT'2014
CSIT'2014 CSIT'2013
CSIT'2013 CSIT'2013
CSIT'2012 CSIT'2011
CSIT'2011 CSIT'2010
CSIT'2009 CSIT'2008
CSIT'2008 CSIT'2007
CSIT'2006 CSIT'2005
CSIT'2004 CSIT'2004

Workshop sessions will take place at Technische Universitaet Wien. Established in 1815, TU Wien is one of the oldest and the most high-rated technical universities worldwide. University Campus is located in the center of Vienna. Vienna is among the most significant European cities. Set in a backdrop of royalty, imperial palaces and amazing mountains, Vienna Vienna is the political, cultural, and economic hub of the Central Europe. City center and Schoenbrunn are within the UNESCO list of the cultural heritage. Being a cultural centre, it has an ancient tradition of classical music, theatre, and opera. During the last 20 years Vienna was several times recognized to be the city with the highest quality of life worldwide. The development of infrastructure for smart city in Vienna is more active within the last several years. An option for post-conference activity: “The long night of museums” will take place on Saturday, October 5th 2019 from 6 pm to 1 am. During this time one can visit most of Vienna museums with a single ticket. Details can be found here.

CSIT'2019 Infromation Letter

Conference Timeline and Information

Peer Review and Reviewers Guide

Author Guidelines

Presentations and Authors

Publication Ethics

Publications

Fees and Payments

Program

Track Policies

Organizing Team

Conference Gallery

Conference History

The official language of the Workshop is English.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Scientists from all over the world are kindly invited to present the results of their researches in the plenary, section and poster sessions.

Companies, offering computer equipment, information technology and services on the market, are also invited to present practical results in accordance with the Workshop topics in the form of company presentations and advertisement at the Workshop halls and in the Workshop printed issues.

Papers abstract up to 200-350 words, written in English, in .doc or .docx format, with up to 10 keywords, authors’ names and titles, occupation and e-mail address, together with the Author’s Response (Application Form) or the online registration has to be sent to the Organizing Committee not later than July 01, 2019.

The Author’s response Form A will be registered in the section “Received Abstracts and Papers” of the Workshop web-site and a registration number will be given the paper. The Organizing Committee recommended the authors use this registration number in the further correspondence and if the files sent also begin with this number and the phrase “CSIT’19”. For example: 131_Spenser_ CSIT19.doc.

Authors of the approved papers will be informed about the Program Committee’s decision not later than 15.06.2019.

Submitted papers must clearly describe new ideas or experimental results, which have not been previously published in journals and Proceedings of conferences. Papers will be judged on originality, clarity, relevance, and soundness of methodology. Each paper should include a short abstract and a list of keywords indicating subject classification. Authors' names and institutions should be identified on a cover page.

Papers should be written in English. Authors may submit drafts of full papers. The minimum length of the paper is 5 pages and the maximum recommended length is 7 pages with 2,5 cm margins and 10 point font (the paper template will be sent to you by e-mail). The full length paper must be received not later than July 01, 2019 by email, together with the Application form for participation (Application Form) or online registration. The name of the paper’s file has to consist of the registration number, author’s name and the phrase “csit19”. For example: “131_Spenser_csit19.doc

If the authors cannot participate personally in the Workshop, they can participate in the poster session. In that case the author should pay only the publication fee and the paper will be published in the Workshop journals. The poster papers have to be formatted according to the poster graphical and text instructions. They should be sent by e-mail until August 01, 2019 so the papers could be presented at the Workshop. The Organizing Committee takes the obligation to print the poster and to include it in the poster session.

All instructions can be found on the Workshop website: http://csit.ugatu.su An example of the title page can be downloaded there, so the authors could write easy the whole paper according to the requirements.

DEADLINES

The Abstract of the paper and Author’s Response Application Form should be sent up to

01.06. 2019

Confirmation of the abstract approval

15.06. 2019

The Full text of the paper(s) and Participation should be sent up to

01.06. 2019

Payment of the Congress fees

01.07. 2019

Announcement of the Workshop program on the web page:

http://csit.ugatu.su/index.php/csit/csit2019/schedConf/program

01.08. 2019

The Organizing Committee will receive posters up to

01.08. 2019

Registration of the participants

24.08. 2019

Opening of the Workshop 10:00 h

02.10. 2019

Departure оf the participants

04.10. 2019

Addresses:

Mail: 21thCSIT’2019

Department of Computer Science and Robotics,

USATU, 12, K.Marx Str., Ufa, 450008, Russia

E-mail: csitugatu@mail.ru

Tel.: +7 (347) 273-77-17, 273-79-67

  • Computer Science and Information Technologies 2019

    October 2, 2019 – October 4, 2019

    Dear Colleagues,
    The Workshop will be a forum for presentation of new results in research, development and applications in computer science and information technologies. The previous Workshops on Computer Science and Information Technologies (CSIT) were conducted in Moscow (1999), Ufa (2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, and 2007), Patras, Greece (2002), Budapest, Hungary (2004), Karlsruhe, Germany (2006), Antalya, Turkey (2008), Crete, Greece (2009), Moscow-Saint-Petersburg, Russia (2010), Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany (2011), Ufa - Hamburg - Norwegian Fjords (2012), Vienna-Budapest-Bratislava (2013), Sheffield, England (2014), Rome, Italy (2015), Prague- Kunovice, Czech Republic (2016), Baden-Baden, Germany (2017).
    The workshops aim at bringing together researchers from different areas, including Distributed Systems, Management of Data and Knowledge, Computer Control. These areas are heavily related nowadays. Agent technology, Peer-to-Peer Information management and ubiquitous computing are just examples of the strong interrelationship between these disciplines. The Workshop organizers would be happy to provide a platform for cross disciplinary discussions in the framework of the announced topics. 
    Selected presentations and contributions are to be identified for including into full Proceeding papers. The submissions will be judged not only for scientific quality but also for suitability as a basis for broader discussion.

  • Computer Science and Information Technologies 2018

    September 24, 2018 – September 26, 2018

    Dear Colleagues,
    The Workshop will be a forum for presentation of new results in research, development and applications in computer science and information technologies. The previous Workshops on Computer Science and Information Technologies (CSIT) were conducted in Moscow (1999), Ufa (2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, and 2007), Patras, Greece (2002), Budapest, Hungary (2004), Karlsruhe, Germany (2006), Antalya, Turkey (2008), Crete, Greece (2009), Moscow-Saint-Petersburg, Russia (2010), Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany (2011), Ufa - Hamburg - Norwegian Fjords (2012), Vienna-Budapest-Bratislava (2013), Sheffield, England (2014), Rome, Italy (2015), Prague- Kunovice, Czech Republic (2016), Baden-Baden, Germany (2017).
    The workshops aim at bringing together researchers from different areas, including Distributed Systems, Management of Data and Knowledge, Computer Control. These areas are heavily related nowadays. Agent technology, Peer-to-Peer Information management and ubiquitous computing are just examples of the strong interrelationship between these disciplines. The Workshop organizers would be happy to provide a platform for cross disciplinary discussions in the framework of the announced topics. 
    Selected presentations and contributions are to be identified for including into full Proceeding papers. The submissions will be judged not only for scientific quality but also for suitability as a basis for broader discussion.

  • Computer Science and Information Technologies 2017

    October 8, 2018 – October 10, 2018

    Baden-Baden is the world famous resort located on southwest border of Germany. It is only 10 km away from France and 40 km away from Strasbourg, the capital of the European Union. Baden-Baden is the fascinating town with a thousand faces that will undoubtedly bring a wide smile to yours. Nestled in a beautiful landscape along the border of the Black Forest, Baden-Baden is the elegant, international spa and cultural town. You can enjoy art and culture at the Festspielhaus, Europe’s second-largest concert hall and opera house, as well as the museums of the Cultural Mile.Nature flaunts its unrivalled beauty in Baden-Baden. Enjoy delightful strolls through the magnificent Lichtentaler Alleepark and garden, the Dahlia garden, Gönneranlage and the 'Paradies', and the Mediterranean-like Florentine Hill with its breathtaking views of the spa and cultural town. The International Competition for New Rose Varieties is held at the beautifully situated Rose Society Garden on Beutig Hill every year, attracting growers from round the world.Baden-Baden is a town of diversity: hotels and accommodation, from premium to family-run, and a whole host ofrestaurants and cafes make a stay in Baden-Baden unforgettable.



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