Computer Sciences and Information Technologies Symposium (CIT)

Recent advances in Information Technology have dramatically changed the nature of computing. Cloud computing has made unlimited computing and storage resources available to any individual or enterprise. Mobile devices are rapidly replacing desktop computers while tiny sensors are getting connected to the Internet. Social media is profoundly changing the way we interact with others and how companies conduct business. All these trends contribute to the Big Data problem, which brings a new challenge to data mining and analytics. The Computer sciences and Information Technologies (CIT) symposium encompasses diverse areas of research and development in CS/IT fields as well as industrial engineering and management sciences. The symposium will provide a unique venue for CS/IT researchers and engineers from both academia and industry in the US and Korea to display state-of-the-art research and development, exchange creative ideas, and build a strong network among participants. Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

  • Big data analytics and machine learning
  • Web engineering, Internet technology and applications
  • Mobile and wireless computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) applications
  • Control systems and intelligent systems
  • Real-time embedded systems and cyber-physical systems
  • High performance computing and its applications
  • Parallel and distributed computing
  • Computer architecture and VLSI
  • Software architecture and design patterns
  • Middleware architectures design
  • Computer graphics, visualization, and computer vision
  • Multimedia systems and applications
  • Information security
  • Human computer interface
  • Social media applications
  • Management information systems and e-Commerce
  • Industrial engineering

Chair

Yoohwan Kim ✉
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Co-Chair

Jeho Park ✉
Harvey Mudd College

Co-Chair

Sungdeok Cha ✉
Korea Univerity