Computer and Information Technology (CIT) Symposium

Innovations in the computer sciences (CS) and information technologies (IT) impact almost everyone's lives on a daily basis. In this modern-technology era, the importance and influences of CS and IT have never been greater, and they are continuing to grow. The CIT symposium encompasses diverse areas of research and development in CS/IT fields. The symposium will provide a unique venue for CS/IT researchers and engineers in the US and Korea to display state-of-art research and development efforts, exchange creative ideas, and build strong networks among participants.

Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
- Cloud Computing
- Social Networking
- Computer Network Security
- Machine learning
- Big data
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Human-machine interface
- Cellular & Broadband Wireless
- Satellite Systems
- Future Internet Technologies
- Wireless Mesh Networks
- Cognitive Radio Networking
- Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET)
- Sensor Networks
- Real-time and Embedded Systems
- Multimedia Systems


Chair

Mario Gerla
University of California, Los Angeles
USA
Co-Chair   Co-Chair

Taek Jin Kwon
Fasoo USA
USA
 
Jihie Kim
KT
Korea