The 52nd Annual Convention
52nd Annual Convention of Computer Society of India (CSI 2017) will be held at Science City, Kolkata during 19th January to 21st January 2018. The CSI Annual Conventions are held in different cities across India. The CSI Annual Conventions, usually attracting 2000 plus participants have been held since 1965. Apart from technical sessions, tutorials, panel discussions, Exhibitions, various functions for awards are main features of the convention. The conventions held at Kolkata include CSI 66 (First Convention), CSI 78, CSI 86, CSI 90, CSI 94, CSI 2001, CSI 2006, CSI 2012.
Theme: Social Transformation - Digital Way
The theme of the CSI 2017 is “Social Transformation - Digital Way ”. It will cover all aspects of digital technology and machine learning in computer science and engineering, general science, educational research and management science. This convention will provide a platform to the participants to share their views and ideas on latest technological developments in an inter- and intra-disciplinary perspective. There will be total eight tracks in the call for papers. Tracks of the international Conference are: Social Transform based on Signal Processing, Microwave and Communication Engineering, Social Transform based on Electronic Devices, Circuits and Systems, Data Science and advanced Data Analytics, Computational Forensics for Social Justices, Computational Intelligence, Intelligent Bio Computing for Social Enrichment, Mobile Nano and Quantum Computing, Data Mining and Data Warehousing.
Participations in the 52nd Annual Convention of Computer Society of India (CSI 2017) are solicited from Industry Houses, Academicians, Corporate Houses, Exhibitors, Faculty Members, Researchers and Students.
The papers for the International Conference should be within 15 pages in the Springer CCIS one-column format. All submissions are subject to screening for plagiarism by iThenticate®. Double blind review system will be followed and each paper will be reviewed by at least three reviewers. Formatting style is available in http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0. Each paper should be registered separately with at least one full registration fee and papers only of student authors are eligible for student registrations (proof needed). Research scholars will not be considered as any category of student.
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