ICCSA 2013 – Computer Science (Vietnam)

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The 13th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2013)

The 2013 International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications
Ho Chi Mihn City, (Vietnam)

ICCSA 2013
June 24-27, 2013



The 2013 International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications(ICCSA 2013) will be held on June 24-27, 2013, in Ho Chi Mihn City (Vietnam).

ICCSA 2013 is the next event in the series of highly successful International Conferences on Computational Science and Its Applications, previously held in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil (2012), Santander, Spain (2011), Fukuoka, Japan (2010), Suwon, Korea (2009),  Perugia, Italy (2008), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2007), Glasgow, United Kingdom (2006), Singapore (2005),  Assisi, Italy (2004), Montreal, Canada (2003), and, as ICCS, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands  (2002) and San Francisco (2001).

Computational Science is a main pillar of most of the present research, industrial and commercial activities and plays a unique role in exploiting ICT innovative technologies.
The ICCSA Conference offers a real opportunity to bring together scientists of different
disciplines, discuss new issues, tackle complex problems and find advanced solutions breeding new trends in Computational Science.

Submitted papers will subject to stringent peer review by at least three experts and carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings to be published by Springer-Verlag in Lecture Notes for Computer Science and Conference Publishing System (CPS). The authors of a selected number of top quality papers will be requested to extend their paper in order to be published as special issues in highly recognized international journals.

ICCSA 2013 has paper submission in different categories: main conference theme papers, workshop/special session papers, and poster session papers. The submission details for each paper category can be found at the URL http://www.iccsa.org/authors-instructions and the list of sessions at the URL: http://www.iccsa.org/sessions.


Conference Themes

The ICCSA 2013 Conference themes, grouped in five tracks,  are the following (but are not limited to):
1. Track: Computational Methods, Algorithms and Scientific Application
Computational Biology
Computational Combustion Computational Chemistry
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Physics
Computational Geometry
Computational Mathematics
Computational Mechanics
Computational Electro-magnetics
Numerical Methods and Algorithms

2. Track: High Performance Computing and Networks Parallel and Distributed Computing
Cluster Computing
Cloud Computing
Autonomic Computing
P2P Computing
Mobile Computing
Grid and Semantic Grid Computing
Workflow Design and Practice
Computer and Network Architecture

3. Track: Geometric Modelling, Graphics and Visualization
Scientific Visualization
Computer Graphics
Geometric Modelling
Pattern Recognition
Image Processing
Web3D, Virtual and Augmented Reality

4. Track: Advanced and Emerging Applications
Biometric Modelling
Environmental, Climate and Weather Modelling
Geology and Geophysics
Nuclear Physics
Financial and Economical Modelling
Computational Journalism
Geographical Information Systems

5. Track: Information Systems and Technologies
Information Retrieval
Scientific Databases
Security Engineering
Risk Analysis
Reliability Engineering
Software Engineering
Data Mining
Artificial Intelligence
Learning Technologies
Web Based Computing
Web 2.0

Paper Submission

To submit a paper, please connect to the Submission site from the link available at the ICCSA 2013 web site: http://ess.iccsa.org.
Only papers submitted through the electronic system and strictly adhering to the relevant format will be considered for reviewing and publication.
The submission may fall into the following five categories: Main Conference Theme PapersSpecial Session/Workshop Papers, Short Papers, PHD Showcase Papers and Poster Papers.

The submitted paper must be camera-ready, between 10 and 16 pages long and formatted according to  the LNCS rules. Please consult the URLhttp://www.iccsa.org/author-instructions for formatting information and templates.
The submitted paper must be between 10 to 16 pages long for LNCS publication, or 6 to 11 pages for CPS publication, and should be formatted according to the LNCS or CPS rules, respectively.
Please consult the URL http://www.iccsa.org/author-instructions for formatting information and templates.

Reporting preliminary results of ongoing research.  The submitted paper must be between 4 to 5 pages long formatted according to CPS rules.  The Short Papers will be presented during the conference and will be published by CPS.

Reporting ongoing research already achieving significant results and primarily carried out by Ph.D. students and junior researchers. The submitted paper must be between 5 to 8 pages long formatted according to CPS rules.  The PHD Showcase Papers will be presented during the conference and will be published by CPS.

Reporting preliminary results of ongoing research.  The submitted paper must be between 3 to 4 pages long formatted according to CPS rules.  The Poster Papers will be presented as posters during the conference and will be published by CPS.

Each  paper must deal with original and unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere (copyright problems fall entirely under responsibility of the authors). Each paper will be reviewed by at least three experts in the relevant field (acceptance rate was 28% in 2005, 26% in 2006 and 28% in 2007, 29% in 2008, 30% in 2009, 29% in 2010) ensuring the publication of only top quality contributions.

When a paper is accepted at least one of the authors has to register to the conference and deliver the related talk. Failure to do so shall lead to rejection of the application to attend next year conference and the exclusion of the paper for the current year proceedings.

Workshops/technical Sessions


N. Session title Acronym Organisers Topics Proceedings
Advances in Web Based Learning

Jan 15th, 2013
AWBL 2013 Mustafa Murat İnceoglu(Ege University, Turkey) Mobile learning; Student modeling in Web based learning; Learning Management Systems; AI in Web Based Learning; Web based learning standards; Web 2.0 / Web 3.0 technologies; High Performance Computing in Web Based Learning, semantic web and ontologies in Web Based Learning.

Big Data: Management, Analysis, and Applications
Jan 15th, 2013

BigData 2013 Wenny Rahayu
(La Trobe University, Australia)
Big Data Analytics; Big Data Integration Techniques; Big Data in the Cloud; Big Data Multi-disciplinary applications; Big Data Warehousing and Intelligent Mining; Big Data Migration, Processing, and Optimization; Big Data Scalable Model; Big Data Collaborative Management; Big Data for Collaborative Decision Support Systems.

Bio-inspired Computing and Applications
Jan 15th, 2013

BIOCA 2013 Nadia Nedjah and ,
Luiza de Macedo Mourell
(State University of Rio de Janeiro, UERJ)
Evolutionary algorithms, ant colony optimisation, swarm intelligence.

Computational and Applied Mathematics

Jan 15th, 2013
CAM 2013
Ana Maria Rocha andMaria Irene Falcao
(University of Minho, Portugal)
Approximation Theory and Applications; Complex Analysis; Differential Equations with Applications; Discrete Applied Mathematics; Operations Research; Optimization; Scientific Computation.
Computer Aided Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis 

Jan 15th, 2013
CAMSA 2013 Jie Shen (University of Michigan, USA)
Yanhui Wang (Beijing Jiaotong University, China)
Hao Chen (Shanghai University of Engineering Science, China)
Simulation via GPU, grid, cluster, and cloud computing; Computer aided modeling and analysis (novel algorithms or applications); Cyberinfrastructure-enabled modeling and analysis; Sensor-based modeling and analysis Multiscale modeling and analysis Finite Element, Boundary Element, or Meshless Simulation Computer Vision and Image Processing
deadline: Jan 15th, 2013
CASA 2013 Andres Iglesias(University of Cantabria, Spain)
Akemi Galvez (University of Cantabria, Spain)
computer algebra applications to Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology, Computer Science, Social Sciences, Arts, Entertainment, Architecture, etc.; symbolic-numerical computations using computer algebra systems; computer algebra systems and Internet; industrial applications of computer algebra; problem-solving environments; symbolic-numeric interface; computer algebra systems in Education; computer algebra based simulations; new computer algebra developments (packages, notebooks, etc.); new symbolic computation algorithms; new issues in symbolic computation.
7 Computational Geometry and Applications 

Jan 15th, 2013
CGA 2013 Marina Gavrilova(University of Calgary) Design and analysis of geometric algorithms, Animation of geometric algorithms, Computational aspects of implementation of geometric algorithms, Theoretical computational geometry, Geometric Algorithms in Geographic Information Systems, Geometric methods in computer graphics, Geometric computations in parallel and distributed environments, Computational geometry in Robotics and path planning, Implementation issues
8 CMST 2013 Antonio Laganà (Perugia University, Italy) Realistic simulations based on rigorous molecular treatments of chemical processes and material, design, implementation and exploitation of accurate and fast algorithms on parallel machines and distributed environments (such as the Grid) to maximize  theperformances and make calculations feasible will be at the hearth of the workshop.

Cities, Technologies and Planning

Jan 31th, 2013

CTP 2013
Giuseppe Borruso(University of Trieste, Italy), Beniamino Murgante (University of Basilicata, Italy) SDI and Planning; Planning 2.0; Urban social network; E-democracy, E-participation, Participatory Gis; Technologies for eParticipation, policy modelling, simulation and visualisation; Second Life and participatory games; Ubiquitous Computing Environment – Urban computing – Ubiquitous-City; Neogeography; Collaborative mapping; Geotagging; Volunteered Geographic Information Crowdsourcing; Ontology; City Gml; Web 2.0 Wikinomics, Socialnomics; Mesh up LNCS
10 Computational Tools and Techniques for Citizen Science and Scientific Outreach 

Jan 15th, 2013

Rafael Santos (National Institute for Space Research, Brazil), M.Jordan Raddick and Ani Thakar (Johns Hopkins University, USA) Architectures for scientific data distribution for public use; Architectures and systems for volunteer data collection and reporting; Models, algorithms and applications for knowledge extraction from volunteer-obtained data; Models, algorithms and applications to enable the most skillful and enthusiastic volunteers to contribute in deeper ways; Data validation techniques; Novel techniques and tools for user engagement; Specialized hardware or user interfaces for data acquisition by volunteers; Analysis of interaction of volunteers with the project (logging, traffic metrics, etc.); Metrics and techniques for measuring the impact if citizen science for the research and for the volunteers; Security and privacy issues and solutions.

11 Econometrics and multidimensional evaluation in the urban environment 

Jan 15th, 2013


Carmelo M. Torre(Polytechnic of Bari, Italy), Maria Cerreta, University Federico II of Naples, Italy) and Paola Perchinunno (University of Bari, Italy) Multidimensional approaches in the field of urban economics, from the econometric approach to qualitative evaluation; 

new analytical and empirical approaches, hard, soft, fuzzy multicriteria analysis, multidimensional computing, bio-econometrics, spatial econometrics, MCDM in environmental, cultural and urban economics.

12 Energy and Environment – Scientific, Engineering and Computational Aspects of renewable energy sources, energy saving and recycle of waste materials


Jan 15th, 2013
ENEENV 2013 Maurizio Carlini(University of Viterbo, Italy) and Carlo Cattani(University of Salerno, Italy), Logical and Ontological Aspects of Transformations (formal logic, experiments); Technical and Computational Aspects (sampling procedures for estimating pulse parameters); Specific Dynamical Aspects of Transitions in Nature and Society (mathematical models for dynamics of transformation in nature and society); Mathematical Aspects of Time Series analysis Stochastic Aspects and Applications (application of stochastic methods, and simulation of transitions in natural, biological and human sciences);
Future Computing Systems, Technologies, and Applications

Jan 15th, 2013
FiSTA 2013 Bernady O. Apduhan(Kyushu Sangyo University, Japan),
Rafael Santos (National Institute for Space Research, Brazil),
Jianhua Ma (Hosei University, Japan),
Qun Jin (Waseda University, Japan)
Cloud/Grid/Cluster Computing/Systems, Green Computing/Communication, Sustainable Cloud, Intelligent/Mobile Agents, Ontologies in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Biologically Inspired Algorithms in ICT Systems Design, Social Networking and Computing, Web and Grid Service-based Applications, Wireless Mobile/Pervasive Computing, Autonomic Computing, Service Oriented Computing, Parallel/Distributed Computing Techniques.
14 Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial statistics 

Jan 31th, 2013

Geo-and-Mod 2013 Giuseppe Borruso(University of Trieste, Italy), Beniamino Murgante (University of Basilicata, Italy) The growth of spatial data infrastructures produced an increase of geographical data availability at any scale and worldwide. Within a few years, all over the planet many Clearinghouse nodes have been arisen and more rapidly they have become Geo-portals with the main task of facilitating geographic data searching. At the same time the growing of availability of geographic data and information involve also private sector (e.g. Google Earth, Microsoft Virtual Earth, etc.). This growth has not been fully coupled by an increase of knowledge to support spatial decisions. Spatial analytical techniques and geographical analysis and modelling methods are therefore required in order to analyse data and to facilitate the decision process at all levels. Old geographical issues can find an answer thanks to new methods and instruments, while new issues are developing, challenging the researchers for new solutions. This workshop is aimed at contributing to the development of new techniques and methods to improve the process on knowledge acquisition.
15 International Workshop on Biomathematics, Bioinformatics and Biostatistics

Jan 15th, 2013
Unal Ufuktepe (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)
Andres Iglesias(University of Cantabria, Spain)
Mathematical Modeling in Biology, Bioinformatics, Advances in Biomathematics, Statistical applications in medicine and ecology, Analysis of dynamical biological processes using differential equations, Computational molecular biology and phylogenetics

16 International Workshop on Agricultural and Environmental Information and Decision Support Systems 

Jan 15th, 2013

Sandro Bimonte(IRSTEA, France),
André Miralles (IRSTEA, France),
François Pinet (IRSTEA, France),
Frederic Flouvat (University of New Caledonia, New Caledonia)
Application domains (include but are not limited to):
Agricultural production; Agricultural traceability and food safety; Eco-technologies; Environmental issues in rural and urban areas; Forest fires; Global climate change; Impact assessments of agricultural and industrial activities; Soil, air and water quality models; Precision farming; Risk assessments; Water management. 

Information and Decision Support Systems topics (include but are not limited to) :
Database; Data Warehouses; Geographic Information Systems; Data Mining; Cloud/Grid computing; Distributed information systems; Interoperability between information systems; Data Integration; Geovisulization; Knowledge management; Spatial Big Data;

17 International Workshop on Collective Evolutionary Systems 

Feb 28th, 2012

IWCES 2012
Clement Leung (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong), Alfredo Milani

(University of Perugia, Italy)

evolutionary models for collective systems, data mining and knowledge discovery in collective systems, temporal and evolutionary behavior models, selfish agents and collective welfare measures of evolutionary efficiency and collective intelligence, emerge
18 Mobile Communications 

Jan 15th, 2013

MC 2013 Hyunseung Choo(Sungkyunkwan University, Korea) Mobile Computing;
HCI for Ubiquitous Applications;
Intelligent HCI based Networking;
HCI Mobile Platforms.
19 Mobile-computing, Sensing, and Actuation – Cyber Physical Systems 

Jan 15th, 2013

MSA4CPS 2013 Saad Qaisar (NUST School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Pakistan),
and Moonseong Kim((Korean intellectual Property Office))
Topics of research include, but are not limited to: Computing (Multi-sensor data fusion; Cloud computing for CPS; Distributed computing, Graph and data mining for CPS; Inference Engines and Algorithms; Context-aware computing; Decision support systems for CPS; Embedded computing; Event processing and Event Driven Architecture (EDA); Mobile computing)
Sensing (Sensing hole and full coverage problems; Context-aware computing; Data reliability; Data aggregation; Self-* for wireless sensor networks; Applications of wireless sensor networks),
+ Actuation >> Actuator design for CPS / Control methods for mobile sensors / Networked control for CPS / Embedded systems and controls for cyber physical systems + Mobility and Networking >> Sensor mobility problems / Mobile data transmission / Mobile networking / Cooperative communication + System level architecture >> Real-time CPS / Middleware for CPS / Novel device designs for CPS / Cross-layer techniques / Testbeds / Business process management / Hardware-Software Co-design / Coupled sensing, computing and actuation / End-to-end quality of service / Human computer interaction + Applications of cyber physical systems >> Smart Power Grid / Resource distribution / Smart Water Distribution System / Vehicular ad-hoc networks / Healthcare / Activity and Life-style monitoring / Social networks / CPS as a service / CPS as an infrastructure / CPS as a solution Cyber Physical Systems:  System Level Architecture, Core issues in Sensing, Computing and Actuation, Security, Applications
20 Mining Social Media


Jan 15th, 2013
MSM 2013 Robert M. Patton, Chad A. Steed, David R. Resseguie, and Jim N. Treadwell (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA), Event Detection, Tracking, Trending in Social Media; User Profile Modeling; Multimedia or Opinion mining of social media; Industry specific applications of mining social media; Visualizations of social media; Automated classification of links shared on social media; Recommending information/links shared on social media; Trust models for social media;
Jan 15th, 2013
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan(International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia)
Mobile communication; Mobile hardware; Mobile software; Availability of Cloud Computing Resources; Role Based Access Control for Cloud Services; Sensor technologies and distributed processing; Mobile identity management; Security in Next Generation Networks; Location-based service
22 Quantum Mechanics: Computational Strategies and Applications 

Jan 15th, 2013

QMCSA 2013
Mirco Ragni, (Universidade Estadual de Feira de San- tana, Brazil) Vincenzo Aquilanti(Perugia University, Italy), Ana Carla Peixoto Bitencourt (Universidade Federal do Reconcavo da Bahia, Brazil), Roger Anderson (University of California, USA), andFrederico Vasconcellos Prudente, (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil) The purpose of this session is of collect works developed using the first principle of the quantum mechanics and oriented to the applications in different areas. Today, the solution of the Schroedinger equation does not
represent only the quantum description of atoms and molecules. Quantum mechanics, jointly with suitable computational strategies, is also an important tool that allows to design molecular structures with specific purposes.
For example, strategic areas of research, like biology, quantum computation, and nano-structured materials, are strongly dependent from theoretical studies.

23 Remote sensing Data Analysis,  modeling, interpretation and  Applications: from a global view to a local analysis 

Jan 15th, 2013
RS 2013
Rosa Lasaponara(IRMMA, CNR, Italy)
Nicola Masini (IBAM, CNR, Italy)
Space, aerial and round Remote Sensing techniques (LiDAR, Radar, multispectral, hyperspectral, GPS), data analysis and interpretation,
Land, marine, urban, environmental, atmosphere, Cultural Heritage, civil protection, emergencies management
24 Soft Computing for Knowledge Discovery in Databases

Jan 15th, 2013

SCKDD 2013
Tutut Herawan(Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Indonesia)
Soft Computing: Ant and bee colonies for KDD; Fuzzy set theory for KDD; Genetic algorithms for KDD; Grey set theory for KDD; Immunological computing for KDD; Intelligent systems for KDD; Neural networks for KDD; Particle swarm optimization for KDD; Rough set theory for KDD; Soft set theory for KDD;
Knowledge Discovery: Association rules; Classification; Clustering; Data cleaning; Data integration; Dimensionality reduction; Feature selection; Information retrieval; Outlier analysis; Visual data mining.
25 Software Engineering Processes and Applications

Jan 15th, 2013
SEPA 2013 Sanjay Misra
(Covenant University, Nigeria)
Software models, agile development, software engineering practices, requirements, system and design engineering including architectural design, software modeling, testing strategies and tactics, process and product metrics for each phase of software development, component based software engineering, software quality, verification and validation techniques and software project management.
26 Spatial Data Structures and Algorithms for Geoinformatics


Jan 15th, 2013

SDSAG 2013
Farid Karimipour(University of Tehran, Iran, and Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Spatial data commonly refers to data located in a – typically 2D or 3D – space. Spatial data structures and algorithms are used to efficiently store, retrieve, manipulate, and visualize such data. This topic is of interest for researchers of variety of fields including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), robotics, computer graphics, virtual reality, solid modeling, and computer‐aided design. Especially, the recent improvements in collection of spatial data from the geographical space – in terms of type, volume, speed, accuracy, dimension, etc. – has provoked the researchers of geoinformatics to deploy more efficient data structures and algorithms to interact with such data. This workshop aims to concentrate on the main issue raised by the recent research in this area and presents the achievements. . LNCS
27 Software Quality


Jan 15th, 2013

SQ 2013
Sanjay Misra (Covenant University, Nigeria)
Software quality issues in the modern software development processes. It covers all the aspects of process and product quality, quality assurance and standards, quality planning, quality control and software quality challenges. It also covers the frontier issues and trends for achieving the quality objectives. It includes quality management process, role of software metrics, predictor metrics and control metrics, role of measurement in accessing the quality and limitations. LNCS
28 Security and Privacy in Computational Sciences 

Jan 15th, 2013

SPCS 2013
Arijit Ukil (Tata Consultancy Services, India) Cryptography; Applied Cryptography and provably-secure cryptographic protocols; Design and analysis of efficient cryptographic primitives: public-key and symmetric-key cryptosystems, block ciphers, and hash functions. Cryptanalysis;  Economic fraud on the Internet: phishing, spam, and click fraud; Mobile and Internet security; Cloud security; Biometric security; Intrusion detection; Denial of service; Evidence, Authentication, and Identity; Trust management; Malicious Codes; Trusted computing; Anonymity; Homomorphic encryption ; Privacy preserving data mining; Data stream privacy; Privacy and the Dimensionality Curse. LNCS
29 Technical Session on Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling

Jan 15th, 2013

TSCG 2013 Andres Iglesias(University of Cantabria, Spain) Geometric Modeling; Geometric Processing; CAGD; CAD/CAM/CAE; Solid Modeling; Physically Based Modeling; Surface Reconstruction; Volume Visualization; Autonomous Agents; Computer Animation; Computer Graphics in Art, Education, Engineering, Entertainment and Medicine; Rendering Techniques; Multimedia; Non Photo-Realistic Rendering; Virtual Environments; Illumination Models; Texture Models; Computer Graphics and the Internet (VRML, Java, etc.); Artificial Intelligence for Computer Graphics; Computer Graphics Software; Computer Graphics Hardware; Computer Graphics Applicationbr //pbr /s; New Directions in Computer Graphics.
30 Tools and Techniques in Software Development Processes

Jan 15th, 2013

TTSDP 2013 Sanjay Misra (Covenant University, Nigeria) The session provides a forum for researchers, academicians and practitioners to share their new achievements, tools and techniques in field of Software development process. It covers most recent novel ideas, new developments, and industrial experiences, in the field of software development
31 Virtual Reality and Applications 

Jan 15th, 2013

VRA 2013 Osvaldo Gervasi(University of Perugia, Italy), Lucio Depaolis(University of Salento, Italy) VR systems; VR toolkits; Augmented and Mixed Reality; VR based scientific visualization; 3D interaction; Haptic, audio and immersive interfaces; Learning and assessment based on VR approaches; Molecular VR techniques;
Virtual classes and practice;
VR on Grid environments:
Virtual Laboratories;
Educational games;
VR applied to Cultural Heritage; VR applied to Medicine.
32 Wireless and Ad Hoc Networking

Jan 15th, 2013
WADNet 2013 Jongchan Lee
Sangjoon Park (Kunsan National University, Korea)
Service schemes in future wireless networks, ubiquitous networks, and the network simulation modeling, routing scheme, interconnection with other network services, information security and specific service application in Ad hoc networks


Please pay attention, when submitting your contribution to one of the above listed Sessions, to select the  right entry in the listbox shown in the submission form.

Please refer to the URL:
for updated information about the Sessions.

An author is enabled to change the session associated to a submitted paper until the submission deadline is expired, by resubmitting the paper into the system.


Important Dates

January 15, 2013: Deadline for paper submission to the General Tracks (Sessions may select a different deadline)

January 16, 2013-February 28, 2013: Reviewing of submitted Papers

March  10, 2013:                Notification of Acceptance and Early-bird Registration starts.
April 6, 2013:                   Early-bird Registration ends.
April 6, 2013:                   Submission deadline for the final version of the Papers
June 24-27, 2013:            ICCSA 2013 Conference


The proceedings of the Conference will be published both by Springer-Verlag and IEEE Conference Publishing System (CPS).

In  particular:

1. The selected top quality Theme Papers and Session Papers having adopted LNCS, will appear in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series (paper length: 10-16 pages).

2. The selected top quality Session Papers having adopted CPS, will appear in the CPS Proceedings  (paper length: 5-11 pages).

3. The Short Papers, PHD Showcase Papers and the Posters will be published in the CPS Proceedings (paper length: 4-5, 5-8 and 3-4 respectively).

For a selected number of top quality papers, after the Conference, the authors will be requested to extend the paper in order to be published as special issues in appropriate international journals.

Conference policy

By submitting the paper to ICCSA conference, all authors agree to abide by all  ICCSA conference paper submission, publication and presentation policies. Namely, authors confirm that the work is  original, has not appeared in literature in any form in the past and will not be submitted to any other venue concurrently with ICCSA submission or until it appears in ICCSA proceedings (in the case of acceptance). Furthermore, upon paper acceptance,  authors agree to transfer copyright on the accepted paper to ICCSA, and one of the authors will register the paper and present the paper

at the event. No paper withdrawals can be accepted after Conference pre-registration date or within three months of the actual event, whichever date comes first. Paper withdrawal request can be only accepted in writing through email, letter or fax to conference organizers.

The conference has no responsibility for any intentional or accidental misuse, misinterpretation, or failure to follow above rules and conditions and holds no legal, civil or other responsibility for opinions, content or utilization of any methods/algorithms expressed in the Conference Proceedings.

Contact Information

Osvaldo Gervasi
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Perugia
Via Vanvitelli, 1
06123 Perugia

Phone:  +39-075-5855048
Fax:    +39-075-5855024
e-mail: osvaldo <at> unipg <dot> it

Conference e-mail address:  info2013 <at> iccsa <dot> org


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