After the success of the second edition of the Information and Communication Technologies International Symposium (ICTIS'07) and the IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS'09) that were held in Fez, the IEEE Colloquium in Information Science and Technology is emerging as a key annual event organized by the faculty of sciences dhar mahraz of the university of sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, the faculty of technical sciences of Fez, the IEEE Morocco section, the IEEE Morocco computer & communications chapter, and the USMBA IEEE Student Branch. It brings together computer science researchers, IT decision makers, IT architects, software and application designers and practitioners to discuss computing challenges, models, applications and solutions from the perspectives of academia, industry and government.
Among the objectives of the Fez IEEE CIST'11 is the initiation of various projects for the 7th European framework program for research and development (PCRD7).
The Fez IEEE Colloquium will accommodate several technical plenary sessions addressing a variety of research challenges in Information science and Technology. In order to provide an open forum and encourage participation, original communications describing significant results and developments are being solicited in a wide range of fields addressing, but not limited to the topics listed in the following sessions:
- Business Process Modelling, Information System Engineering, Business Intelligence, Software quality assurance, Design and Frameworks
- Databases, Data and Knowledge Management, Datawarehouse and Decision support Information Systems
- Cloud computing, distributed applications, Web Systems and ontologies
- Multimedia Database processing and Applications
The Fez IEEE Colloquium is organized over two days (May 11-12) with key lectures, shorter communications and poster sessions – Participants are selected on the basis of an abstract submitted before December 2010. The registration fee to the Colloquium covers the costs of the inaugural reception, the official lunches and the cost of publication of the proceedings.
The papers presented at the Colloquium will be published in a IEEE Book of extended abstracts. The papers with the highest marks in the reviewing process will be invited to submit an extended version to an international journal.
Prof. Ladjel Bellatreche
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d'Aérotechnique, Poitiers University, France
"ontology-based database design, datawarehousing and visualisation"
Prof. Kurt Richter
Austrian Academy of sciences, Austria
"Basic research at universities and its impact on innovation processes and industry "
Prof. Mohammad Essaaidi
Information and Telecommunication Systems Lab, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetuan, Morocco
"VANET : Vehicular Ad HocNetworks"
Prof. Hamid Harroud
School of Science & Engineering, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco
"Policy-based Management as one of the mechanisms used to incorporate decision-making and autonomy to Agents"
Please read the IEEE criterias for the Author Responsibilities before submitting your paper.
Author Contact Information
Publication Principles on Authorship
January 31, 2011
April 15, 2011
May 11, 12, 2011
Final abstract submission
June 30, 2011