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FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
IEEE Second International Workshop on
Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems:
Technology and Applications
(IDAACS'2003)
Lviv, Ukraine
September 8 - 10, 2003
ORGANISED BY
INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES,
TERNOPIL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY
IN COOPERATION WITH
INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES, AUTOMATION AND METROLOGY,
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY "LVIV POLYTECHNIC"
SPONSORED BY:
  • Ternopil Academy of National Economy
  • IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
  • Science and Technology Center in Ukraine
  • Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
  • Post Pensional Bank "Aval"
  • IEEE Region 8*
  •     * to be confirmed
    TECHNICAL COOPERATION:
  • Ukrainian International Committee of Science and Culture at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • INVITATION
         The main goal of the IDAACS'2003 is to provide a forum for high quality reports on the state-of-the-art Theory, Technology and Applications of Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computer Systems as used in measurement, automation, and scientific research, in industry and business. Rapid developments in these areas have resulted in more intelligent, sensitive, and accurate methods of data acquisition and data processing in manufacturing, in the environmental monitoring, in medical systems and in the laboratory practice. Advanced methods have been developed to enhance the measurement of information for automation, in process inspection, quality control, diagnostics, and other processes.
         The importance of IDAACS'2003 is its vision to establish scientific contacts between research teams and scientists from different countries for future joint research collaborations. This interaction is proved by the successful activity of the scientists after the first IDAACS'2001 Workshop, which was hold in Foros, Crimea, Ukraine.
    THE EXPECTED BENEFIT
         IDAACS'2003 will give the opportunity to discuss topics with colleagues from different spheres such as academia, industry, instrumentation and computer manufacturing companies, public and private research institutions and organizations. IDAACS'2003 will promote the development of relationships between Ukrainian industries and businesses with Western countries and those countries of the former Soviet Union.
         A selection of BEST PAPERS will be proposed for publication in a Special Issue of the international journals COMPUTER STANDARDS & INTERFACES, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INSTRUMENTATION & MEASUREMENT, SENSORS AND SYSTEMS (DATCHIKI I SISTEMY in Russian), COMPUTING (in English, Ukrainian and Russian).
    WORKSHOP LANGUAGE
         The official Workshop language is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided. All materials concerning the IDAACS'2003 should be written in English.
    WORKSHOP TOPICS
        The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Advanced Instrumentation and Data Acquisition Systems
    2. Intelligent Distributed Systems and Remote Control
    3. Virtual Instrumentation Systems
    4. Advanced and High Performance Computing Systems
    5. Cluster and Parallel Computing, Software Tools and Environments
    6. Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks for Advanced Data Acquisition and Computing Systems
    7. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Data Acquisition and High Performance Computing
    8. Signal and Image Processing
    9. Intelligent Information Retrieval Systems
    10. Robotics and Autonomous Systems
    11. Information Computing Systems for Education and Commercial Applications
    12. Cyber- and Homeland Security
    13. Web Application
    14. Bio-Informatics and Homeland Security

    WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRMEN:
    Anatoly Sachenko, Ukraine
    Bohdan Stadnyk, Ukraine
    INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMEN:
    Fernando Lopes Pena, Spain
    Lucio Grandinetti, Italy
    INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
    Pasquale Arpaia (Italy)
    Nikos Chrisochoides (USA)
    Dominique Dallet (France)
    Pasquale Daponte (Italy)
    Valeri Didenko (Russia)
    Mykhajlo Dorozhovets (Ukraine)
    Richard Duro (Spain)
    Mykola Dyvak (Ukraine)
    Halit Eren (Australia)
    Vladimir Golovko (Belarus)
    Ivan Gorbenko (Ukraine)
    Marko Gori (Italy)
    Sergei Gorlatch (Germany)
    Dan Grigoras (Romania)
    Domenico Grimaldi (Italy)
    Vladimir Haasz (Czech republic)
    Robert Hiromoto (USA)
    Orest Ivakhiv (Ukraine)
    Sitharama Iyengar (USA)
    Simon Jones (UK)
    Ivan Kalchev (Bulgaria)
    Vladimir Kneller (Russia)
    Valeriy Koval (Ukraine)
    Janusz Kowalik (USA)
    Theodore Laopoulos (Greece)
    Franco Maloberti (USA)
    George Markowsky (USA)
    Anatoly Melnyk (Ukraine)
    Linus Michaeli (Slovakia)
    Olexander Pallagin (Ukraine)
    Emil Petriu (Canada)
    John Pollard (UK)
    Yuri Rashkevych (Ukraine)
    Peter Reusch (Germany)
    Sergiy Rippa (Ukraine)
    Vladimir Romanov (Ukraine)
    Rauf Sadykhov (Belarus)
    Harald Schumny (Germany)
    Antonio Cruz Serra (Portugal)
    Valeriy Shyrochyn (Ukraine)
    Tarek Sobh (USA)
    Vladimir Sobolev (Russia)
    Janusz Sosnowski (Poland)
    Alexander Sovlukov (Russia)
    Amanda Spink (USA)
    Vladimir Tarasenko (Ukraine)
    Valeriy Terekhov (Russia)
    Allen Tucker (USA)
    Alain Vande Wouwer (Belgium)
    Wieslaw Winiecki (Poland)
    Hideki Yamamoto (Japan)
    Dali Zhang (China)
    ACCOMPANYING PERSONS PROGRAM
         A cultural and tour program will be organized.
    ACCOMMODATION AND PICK-UP
         Accommodation has been booked at the Lviv for all participants registered at the workshop. For available types of accommodation and other related information please check the IDAACS'2003 Web-site: http://www.idaacs.ssft.net/
    INVITATION TO SPONSORING PROGRAM
         Organizations interested in presenting their products are invited to participate in the Sponsor Program and to take part in the Technical exhibition. The exhibition area assigned during IDAACS'2003 will be offered free of charge for sponsors only.
    SUBMISSION
         Prospective authors should submit 3 MS Word pages of the abstract (in English only) by e-mail: idaacs@tanet.edu.te.ua. Each abstract should include significance of the contribution, a list of references, and any figures or tables and must be accompanied with author name(s), affiliation(s), institution(s), address(es), phone number(s), fax number(s), e-mail address(es) and the name of contact author.
         Details of submissions and all information concerning abstract preparation for IDAACS'2003 can be found at the web site http://www.idaacs.ssft.net/. A submission implies willingness to register and pay the registration fee if the paper is accepted for presentation at the Workshop.
    DEADLINES:
    Abstract submission
    Notification of acceptance
    Camera ready paper submission and Registration
    old_deadlines 28 Mar 2003
    18 Apr 2003
    31 May 2003

    CORRESPONDENCE
         All correspondence should be directed to:
    Dr. Volodymyr Turchenko
    Deputy of IDAACS'2003 Chair
    Institute of Computer Information Technologies
    Ternopil Academy of National Economy
    3 Peremoga Square
    46004 Ternopil, Ukraine
    Phone: +380 (352) 436038, 435832
    Fax:     +380 (352) 436354 (24 hrs)
    E-mail: idaacs@tanet.edu.te.ua
    Http://www.idaacs.ssft.net/
         IDAACS'2003 Chair is available on the following current address:
    Anatoly Sachenko
    Fulbright Visiting Professor
    Department of Computer Science
    University of Maine
    237 Neville Hall
    Orono, ME 04469-5752
    Phone: +1 207 5813935
    Fax:     +1 207 5814977
    E-mail: as@umcs.maine.edu,
    Http://www.cs.umaine.edu/~as
     
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