Call For Papers

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The main goal of the IDAACS'2007 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 in 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 monitoring systems and in laboratory measurement equipment. 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'2007 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 held in Foros, Crimea, Ukraine, the second - IDAACS'2003, Lviv, Ukraine and the third - IDAACS'2005, Sofia, Bulgaria.

The Expected Benefit
IDAACS'2007 provides 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'2007 with its truly internaional character promotes the development of relationships between former Eastern and Western Europe, and with countries from all parts of the globe.

Workshop Topics
The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Advanced Instrumentation and Data Acquisition Systems
  • Intelligent Distributed Systems and Remote Control
  • Virtual Instrumentation Systems
  • Advanced and High Performance Computing Systems
  • Cluster and Grid Technologies, Parallel Software Tools and Environments
  • Embedded Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks for Advanced Data Acquisition and Computing Systems
  • Advanced Mathematical Methods for Data Acquisition and High Performance Computing
  • Industrial Signal and Image Processing
  • Data Analysis and Dynamic Modelling
  • Intelligent Information and Retrieval Systems
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems
  • Information Computing Systems for Education and Commercial Applications
  • Bio-Informatics and Homeland Security
  • Safety, Security and Reliability of Software
  • Wireless Systems - Special Stream

Best Papers Publication
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).

* - to be confirmed

Honorary Committee
  • Andriy Gurzhiy, Ukraine
  • Eberhard Menzel, Germany
  • Serhiy Yuriy, Ukraine

Workshop Co-Chairmen
  • Anatoly Sachenko, Ukraine
  • Peter Reusch, Germany

International Programme Committee Co-Chairmen
  • Richard Duro, Spain
  • Wieslaw Winiecki, Poland

International Programme Committee
  • Plamenka Borovska, Bulgaria
  • Nikos Chrisochoides, USA
  • Laszlo Czuni, Hungary
  • Dominique Dallet, France
  • Jack Dongarra, USA
  • Mihal Dorozhovets, Poland
  • Mykola Dyvak, Ukraine
  • Halit Eren, Australia
  • Pierre Fiorini, USA
  • Manuel Grana, Spain
  • Vladimir Golovko, Belarus
  • Lucio Grandinetti, Italy
  • Uwe Grossmann, Germany
  • Vladimir Haasz, Czech republic
  • Akira Imada, Belarus
  • Orest Ivakhiv, Ukraine
  • Masami Iwase, Japan
  • Vladimir Jotsov, Bulgaria
  • Mikolaj Karpinski, Poland
  • Ivan Kalchev, Bulgaria
  • Zdravko Karakehayov, Bulgaria
  • Nikolai Kolev, Bulgaria
  • Yury Kolokolov, Russia
  • Igor Kotenko, Russia
  • Natalia Kussul, Ukraine
  • Kurosh Madani, France
  • George Markowsky, USA
  • Vladimir Oleshchuk, Norway
  • Manuel Dias Pereira, Portugal
  • Dana Petcu, Romania
  • John Pollard, UK
  • Michael Radtke, Germany
  • Sergey Rippa, Ukraine
  • Vladimir Romanov, Ukraine
  • Rauf Sadykhov, Belarus
  • Dimitros Serpanos, Greece
  • Axel Sikora, Germany
  • Miki Sirola, Finland
  • Tarek Sobh, USA
  • Alexander Sovlukov, Russia
  • Vladimir Svyatny, Ukraine
  • Feruccio Tiplea, Romania
  • Wolfgang Tysiak, Germany
  • Ihor Voytovych, Ukraine
  • Hideki Yamamoto, Japan
  • Dali Zhang, China

Chair of the Wireless Systems - Special Stream
  • Uwe Grossmann, Germany

IDAACS International Advisory Board
  • Theodore Laopoulos, Greece, Chair
  • Robert Hiromoto, USA
  • Fernando Lopez Pena, Spain
  • Domenico Grimaldi, Italy
  • Anatoly Sachenko, Ukraine
  • Peter Reusch, Germany


Prospective authors should submit a 3 pages summary of their work (in English only) using On-line submission system. Each submission should present clearly the novelty and significance of the contribution, a list of references, and any figures or tables.

Details of submissions and all information concerning abstract preparation for IDAACS'2007 can be found at the Author's Kit page. A submission implies willingness to register and present the work if the paper is accepted for presentation at the Workshop.

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All correspondence should be directed to:
Anatoly Sachenko
Professor and Head,
Department of Information Computing Systems and Control,
Ternopil National Economic University
3 Peremoga Square
Ternopil 46004 Ukraine

Phone: +380352-436038
Fax: +380352-436354 (24 hrs.)