CITA 2011 : 7th International Conference on IT in Asia
Conference Series : Conference on Information Technology in Asia
Call For Papers
The theme for CITA's 7th run is chosen to be “Emerging Convergences and Singularity of Forms” which will be held on the 12th – 14th July 2011 in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
The International Conference on IT in Asia (CITA) is a regular series of biennial conference being planned to bring together professionals and executives to share and exchange ideas and information pertaining to the roles of ICTs within the prevailing challenges of development faced by the region. This international forum introduced and organized by the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak aims to investigate how the technology can be adapted to improve local needs as well as to bring technology within reach of the communities.
CITA covers various areas such as data mining, high performance computing, image processing, distributed computing, language technology, wired and wireless technologies. Researchers and industry practitioners in these fields are invited to participate, to share and collaborate research works with experts in this conference.
The quality of papers submitted is assured to be of high standard. Submission of full paper is required and will go through strict review by the chosen international programme committee.
Accepted papers and posters will be published in CITA 2011 proceedings. To recognize high quality research papers, CITA 2011 will be giving out awards for the best paper, best student paper and best poster. Nominations for the awards will be based on the significance and potential impact to the scientific community. These selected papers will be invited to publish in the Journal of IT in Asia or the Journal of Computer Science.
The topics for regular sessions include, but are not limited to:
Computational Analysis and Modeling
Design of experiments quality control
Multimedia Processing and Applications
Audio, image, video processing
Multimedia security and content protection
Multimedia networks and system support
Multimedia computing systems and appliances
Multimedia modeling and applications
Multimedia information retrieval
Wired and wireless security
Software model checker
Knowledge Management and Community Informatics
Open source and open content
ICT Education for Remote Communities
Innovative Technologies for Bridging the Digital Divide
ICTs for Social Inclusion
Full-paper submission due: 7th January 2011
Notification of acceptance: 15th April 2011
Early bird Registration: 6th May 2011
Registration & Payment due : 6th June 2011
Camera-ready paper due : 20th May 2011
Workshop due: 6 December 2010
Notification of workshop: 6 January 2011
Fees MYR USD
Early bird (Conference) 1400 460
Conference Fee 1600 520
Students Fee 800 240
Workshop Fee 500 170
Conference & Workshop 2000 650