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ENC 2009 : MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SCIENCE

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Conference Series : Mexican International Conference on Computer Science
 
Link: http://enc09.imag.fr/
 
When Sep 21, 2009 - Sep 25, 2009
Where Mexico City
Submission Deadline TBD
Categories    distributed systems   software engineering   data management   applied mathematics
 

Call For Papers

MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SCIENCE
21- 25 SEPTEMBER, 2009
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO
CALL FOR PAPERS

http://enc09.imag.fr

http://dia.ccm.itesm.mx/enc2009/#?&pg1=inicio

HONORARY PRESIDENT: Alejandro Buchmann, Freie Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany

The Mexican International Conference on Computer Science is one of the most important
scientific actions of the Mexican Society on Computer Science (SMCC). It promotes the
publication of scientific results of the international community related to applied and
fundamental research on Computer Science. Today, Computer Science has enlarged its
horizons and it is practiced under multidisciplinary contexts that introduce new challenges to
theoretical and technical approaches. In this sense, the conference provides a main scientific
track but also workshops and tutorials on emergent and hybrid topics and technologies.

IMPORTANT DATES

Papers' submissions at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=enc2009

Call for scientific and industrial papers:
- Full paper submission deadline: 20th May 2009
- Acceptance or rejection notification: 15th June 2009
- Camera-ready: 15th July 2009

Call for workshop and tutorial proposals:
- Submission deadline: 30th April 2009
- Acceptance or rejection notification: 10th May 2009
- Official CFP and site web: 15th May 2009

Call for Ph.D. workshop:
- Submission deadline: 10th August 2009
- Acceptance or rejection notification: 1st September 2009
- Camera-ready: 17th September 2009




SCIENTIFIC TRACK
This track will address topics concerning these issues focussing on issues concerning human
computer interfaces, algorithmic, data management and exploitation and distributed
systems. Authors are invited to submit original works on relevant topics, including, but not
restricted to:

Software engineering techniques and methodologies: agile software techniques, software
processes and modelling, software architectures, quality and metrics, programming
paradigms (objects, components, services), autonomic systems, human computer
interaction.

Chairs:
Maria Valeria de Castro, URJ, Spain, vcastro@escet.urjc.es
Perla Velasco Elizondo, CIMAT, Mexico, pvelasco@cimat.mx

Data management and exploitation: distributed databases, stream management systems,
sensor based networks and databases, multimedia data retrieval and management, natural
language processing, database tuning, data mining, information visualization, information
retrieval, P2P systems.

Chairs:
Sodel Vazquez Reyes, ITESM, Mexico, vazquezs@itesm.mx
Tania Cerquitelli, Politecnico di Torino, Italy, tania.cerquitelli@polito.it
Nicandro Cruz Ramirez, UV, Mexico, ncruz@uv.mx

Distributed systems: middleware services, Web engineering, ubiquitous and mobile
distributed computing, grid computing, collaborative computing, groupware development
frameworks and toolkits, mobile collaborative systems, workflow management.

Chairs:
Manuel Aguilar Cornejo, UAM-Iztapalapa, Mexico, mac@xanum.uam.mx
Paulo Pires, Federal University of Rio Grande do Nord, Brazil, paulo.pires@dimap.ufrn.br

Algorithmic and Applied Mathematics: distributed algorithms, parallel computing,
evolutionary algorithms, model checking, modal logic, incomplete reasoning.

Chairs:
EfrŽn Mezura, LANIA, Mexico, emezura@lania.mx
PIlar Pozos, UJAT, Mexico, pilar.pozos@dais.ujat.mx



INDUSTRIAL, APPLICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES TRACK

This year the conference will open a space for an industrial track for practitioners willing to
report interesting experiences in developing solutions and systems in the industrial arena.
The Industrial, Applications, and Experience Track covers innovative commercial
implementations, novel applications of technology, and experience in applying recent
research advances to practical situations, in any of the following areas:

- Adapting DB Technology to Industrial Settings and Requirements
- Application Areas (Government, Finance, Humanities, Home and Personal
Computing, Telecommunications, ...)
- Bio-Informatics/Life Sciences
- Business Process Engineering and Execution Support
- Data Management for Developing Countries
- Digital Libraries/Document Management
- Electronic Commerce
- Engineering Information Systems
- Enterprise Data Management
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Environmental Management
- Geographic Information Systems
- Industrial-Strength Systems based on existing technology
- Medical Systems
- Reporting of Pitfalls and Difficulties
- Retail Systems
- Self-Managing Systems
- System Design and Implementation

Chairs:
Luis Enrique Rocha, SAS Institute, Mexico, luisenrique.rocha@sas.com
Regina Motz, Universidad de la Republica de Uruguay, Uruguay, rmotz@gmail.com


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Research papers

Authors are invited to submit full papers (12 pages, IEEE style) to this topic according
to the conference schedule. All accepted full papers will be published in the IEEE
conference proceedings and a selection of papers will be published in a recognized
journal with ISSN registration.

Industrial, Applications, and Experience Papers

Full papers or extended abstracts must be submitted electronically, using the conference
management tool. In particular, each paper must be formatted according to the
conference's camera-ready format (IEEE style) and the page length is restricted to at
most 12 pages.

VENUE

French poet AndrŽ Breton famously called Mexico the surrealist country par excellence, and
Mexico City, the capital seems to revel in its strangeness. The world's third largest urban
area (by some estimates) fills a highland basin 2240m above the sea level, so you might
already feel a bit light-headed upon arrival. The city impresses visitors as a wonderfully
weird and welcoming world, and captivates them with its year-round spring-like climate,
bubbling street life and abundant cultural offerings.

ENC 2009 will profit from the cultural opportunities offered by Mexico City
(http://www.mexicocity.com.mx/indexen.html) and will combine science with an interesting
cultural program. Here some links about the content of the program:

- http://www.mna.inah.gob.mx/muna/mna_ing/intro_ing.html
- http://www.templomayor.inah.gob.mx/
- http://www.mexicocity.com.mx/teoti_i.html

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