MICSECS 2020 : The Majorov International Conference on Software Engineering and Computer Systems
Call For Papers
The Majorov International Conference on Software Engineering and Computer Systems (MICSECS 2020) is an international event dedicated to discussing research results and directions related to Computer Systems and Networks, Cyber-Physical Systems, Computer Security, Multimedia and Interfaces technologies.
Conference languages: English and Russian.
The best articles will be selected for publication in Proceedings. The Proceedings will be available in printed and online versions.
We are going to publish the proceedings in CEUR with selectable DBLP, Scopus indexing. For more information, refer to the publication page.
The research track welcomes novel papers addressing theoretical, applied, and empirical aspects of research and development. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
Computer Systems and Networks
Computer systems design & development methodology
Parallel & Distributed programming
Computer Networks and Telecommunication
Cloud Computing & Virtualization
Domain-specific modeling and metamodelling
Information Security and Privacy
Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
Computer Network Security
Digital Forensics and Cybercrime Investigation
Internet of Things
Modeling and Co-simulation
Modern development tools (HLS, ESL, ASIP, etc.)
Compilers and Toolchains
Artificial Intelligent & Machine Learning
Ontology Models and Semantic Web
Algorithms and Optimization
Computer graphics, Multimedia, and Interfaces
Image processing and watermarking
Audio and video processing
Motion and tracking
Real-time computer graphics
Physically correct rendering
Artificial intelligence in computer graphics
Augmented, virtual, and mixed reality systems
Human-Computer Interaction & Interface
Modern methods in education on IT discipline
Personal learning paths
Developing educational programs
In addition to oral paper presentations, MICSECS 2020 encourages Student Colloquium and Poster & Demo session.
Postrer & Demo session
The Poster & Demo session is dedicated to demonstrate how the results of participant researchers work. Besides posters, the participants should present their executable models and devices they have obtained during their work.
Posters & Demos form an opportunity to informally present your research approach at the conference. It is great to discuss your research in free form with all attendants of the session. Many people will be stopping by your poster, and you will have a chance to talk to them, explain what you are doing, and get feedback. Of course, the number of people who will stop depends on how well you design your poster!
The Student Colloquium is dedicated to demonstrate work in progress projects of master's, bachelor's, and Ph.D. students focused more on practical and applied tasks, including their "pet" projects. It allows our participants to start networking in the early stages of their projects and career. We offer a short pitch session to present their project and take quick feedback on it (around 5 minutes for each).