COMPSAC News & Announcements

All authors must have camera ready papers uploaded and registration completed by May 31.

The following workshops have extended their paper deadlines to May 1 2020. All other workshop submissions are due April 24.
– ICT4SmartGrid
– MediComp

Camera ready papers will be due May 31, 2020 for all papers. Workshop deadlines have also been updated. Please check Important Dates for the latest.

Special Technical Communities (STCs) are technical, educational, and professional resources on emerging topics that are outside or beyond the scope of the Computer Society’s Technical Committees.  They are online communities of computing professionals who share a common technical, career, or technical interest, and which can be created around any set of ideas relevant to the members and professional colleagues of the Computer Society.  Their membership is open to both members and non-members and available at no cost. Further, anyone, member or not can participate and can propose the creation of new STCs.

This year, several STCs have opted to expand their activities and promote new connections by organizing new activities at COMPSAC.

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COMPSAC 2020 is offering special publishing opportunities for authors. Please visit the CJ/JC page for more information!

IEEE HKN had a strong presence at COMPSAC 2019…read more.

COMPSAC 2019 was held July 15 – 19 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Click here to read the review by Sorel Reisman, COMPSAC Standing Committee Chair.

COMPSAC 2020 – Call for Papers

COMPSAC is the IEEE Computer Society Signature Conference on Computers, Software and Applications. It is a major international forum for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results and advancements, emerging challenges, and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The theme of COMPSAC 2020 is “Driving Intelligent Transformation of the Digital World”.

Staying relevant in a constantly evolving digital landscape is a challenge faced by researchers, developers, and producers in virtually every industry and area of study. Once limited to software-enabled devices, the ubiquity of digitally-enabled systems makes this challenge a universal issue. Furthermore, as relevance fuels change, many influencers will offer solutions that benefit their own priorities. Fortunately, history has shown that the building blocks of digital change are forged by those conducting foundational research and development of digital systems and human interactions. Artificial Intelligence is not new, but is much more utilized in everyday computing now that data and processing resources are more economically viable, hence widely available. The opportunity to drive the use of this powerful tool in transforming the digital world is yours. Will your results help define the path ahead, or will you relegate those decisions to those with different priorities for utilizing intelligence in digital systems? COMPSAC has been and continues to be a highly respected venue for the dissemination of key research on computer and software systems and applications, and has influenced fundamental developments in these fields for over 40 years. COMPSAC 2020 is your opportunity to add your mark to this ongoing journey, and we highly encourage your submission!

COMPSAC 2020, organized as a tightly integrated union of symposia, will focus on technical aspects of issues relevant to intelligent transformation of the digital world. The technical program will include keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, fast abstracts, a doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and workshops and tutorials on emerging and important topics related to the conference theme. Highlights of the conference will include plenary and specialized panels that will address the technical challenges facing researchers and practitioners who are driving fundamental changes in intelligent systems and applications. Panels will also address cultural and societal challenges for a society whose members must continue to learn to live, work, and play in the environments the technologies produce.

Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work, as well as industrial practice reports. Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted. All submissions must adhere to IEEE Publishing Policies, and will be vetted through the IEEE CrossCheck portal.

Conference authors and authors of previously published papers should click here to view special publishing opportunities available at COMPSAC.