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Computer Sciences and Information Technologies

The Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CIT) symposium encompasses diverse areas of research and development in CS/IT fields as well as the arts and social sciences. The symposium also provides variety of opportunities to emerge entertainment and other technology related areas such as connected vehicles, smart city and bio-medical. The symposium also provided a unique venue for CS/IT researchers and engineers from both academia and industry in the US and Korea. The topics include artificial intelligent, machine learning, data science, connected vehicles, augmented reality/virtual reality, art technology, software engineering, human computer interaction, big data and data analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, robotics and computer educations. The CIT Symposium consists of regular sessions, corporate sponsored session, regular sessions, and poster session.

Councilor
Eunjee Song
Baylor University
Eunjee_Song@baylor.edu
Chair
Jeongkyu Lee
University of Bridgeport
jelee@bridgeport.edu
Co-Chair
Mingon Kang
University of Nevada Las Vegas mingon.kang@unlv.edu
Co-Chair
Suejung Huh
Ohhh Inc.
suejunghuh@ohhh-inc.com
Co-Chair
Hyun Lee
Sunmoon University, Korea mahyun91@sunmoon.ac.kr

UKC 2020 Virtual
CIT (Computer Sciences and Information Technologies) Symposium
Call for Papers
December 14-15, 2020

The Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CIT) symposium encompasses diverse areas of research and development in CS/IT fields as well as the arts and social sciences. The symposium also provides variety of opportunities to emerge entertainment and other technology related areas such as connected vehicles, smart city and bio-medical. 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. The topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

  • Big data analytics and data science
  • Social media applications
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Cloud computing and fog computing
  • High performance computing and its applications
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Robotics and automation
  • Automated vehicles
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Augmented Experience
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
  • Mobile and wireless computing
  • Real-time embedded systems and cyber-physical systems
  • Computer architecture and VLSI
  • Software architecture and design patterns
  • Computer graphics, visualization, and computer vision
  • Multimedia systems and applications
  • Information security
  • Educational technologies

Submission of papers

All submissions are done electronically on-line using the submission page at UKC 2020 paper submission website

One-page paper template can be found at UKC 2020 paper submission page

Early Paper Submission Due Date:    Oct 5th, 2020
Notification to Authors:  Nov 9th, 2020