Call For Papers: 14 Joint Int'l Conferences, Las Vegas, June 24-27, 2002

From: Hamid Arabnia (hra@cs.uga.edu)
Date: Tue Apr 16 2002 - 17:20:09 MEST

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    Deadline for Submissions: April 25, 2002

                     C A L L F O R P A P E R S
              For Publication in Post-Conference Proceedings
              ==============================================

         The 2002 International Multiconference in Computer Science
                     (14 Joint Int'l Conferences)

                Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
                           June 24-27, 2002

    Dear Colleagues:

    We have received a large number of requests for permission to
    submit papers to be considered as RRR, SRP, or PST papers
    (Important: see the appended information for categories of
    accepted papers.) I am happy to report that we now have
    the infrastructure to consider all such submissions if received
    by April 25, 2002.

    You are invited to submit a draft paper (see instructions below.)
    All accepted papers submitted in response to this Call For Papers
    will be published in the respective Post-Conference proceedings/books.

    We expect to have about 2000 attendees for the whole event.
    (As of April 10, 2002, 510 papers have been accepted as RRR, SRP,
    and PST papers and 414 as RRP papers; we can have 260 more
    RRR, SRP or PST papers. The overall paper acceptance rate has
    been about 30%.)

    The Fourteen Joint Conferences are:

    1. The 2002 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed
        Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA'02)

    2. The 2002 International Conference on Imaging Science,
        Systems, and Technology (CISST'02)

    3. The 2002 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
        (IC-AI'02)

    4. The 2002 International Conference on Internet Computing (IC'02)

    5. The 2002 International Conference on Mathematics and
        Engineering Techniques in Medicine and Biological Sciences
        (METMBS'02)

    6. The 2002 International Conference on Communications in
        Computing (CIC'02)

    7. The 2002 International Conference on Engineering of
        Reconfigurable Systems and Algorithms (ERSA'02)

    8. The 2002 International Conference on VLSI (VLSI'02)

    9. The 2002 International Conference on Information and
        Knowledge Engineering (IKE'02)

    10. International Workshop on Computational Models of Scientific
        Reasoning and Applications (CMSRA'02)

    11. The 2002 International Conference on Machine Learning and
        Applications (ICMLA'02)

    12. The 2002 International Conference on Wireless Networks
        (ICWN'02)

    13. The 2002 International Conference on Software Engineering
        Research and Practice (SERP'02)

    14. The 2002 International Conference on Security and Management
        (SAM'02)

    (a link to each conference's URL is available
    from http://www.ashland.edu/~iajwa/conferences)

    You are requested to send your submission to the Multiconference
    chair whose address appears below.

    CONFERENCES CONTACT:

        H. R. Arabnia, Ph.D.
        Chair, The 2002 Int'l Multiconference in Computer Science
        The University of Georgia
        Department of Computer Science
        415 Graduate Studies Research Center
        Athens, Georgia 30602-7404, U.S.A.

        Tel: (706) 542-3480
        Fax: (706) 542-2966
        email: hra@cs.uga.edu

        Email submissions are preferred.

    SUBMISSION OF PAPERS:

          Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers
          (about 5 pages - single spaced and font size of 10 to 12 -
          all reasonable typesetting format is acceptable)
          to H. R. Arabnia by April 25, 2002.
          E-mail submission (in Word Doc, pdf, or postscript) to
          hra@cs.uga.edu is strongly preferred/encouraged.
          The length of the Camera-Ready papers (if accepted) will be
          limited to 7 (IEEE style) pages. Papers must not have been
          previously published or currently submitted for publication
          elsewhere.
          The first page of the draft paper should include:
          title of the paper, name, affiliation, postal address,
          E-mail address, telephone number, and Fax number for
          each author. The first page should also include the
          name of the conference the paper is being submitted to.

    IMPORTANT DATES:

          April 25, 2002: Submissions Due
          May 5 - 11, 2002: Notification of acceptance
          June 1, 2002: Camera-Ready papers & Prereg. due
          June 24-27, 2002: All 14 Int'l Conferences:
                                      PDPTA'02 + CISST'02 + IC-AI'02
                                      + IC'02 + METMBS'02 + CIC'02 + ERSA'02
                                      + VLSI'02 + IKE'02 + CMSRA'02
                                      + ICMLA'02 + ICWN'02 + SERP'02 + SAM'02

    PRESENTATION FORMATS / PAPER CATEGORIES:

          The Accepted Paper Categories are:

          RRR papers (Regular Research Report) will be a maximum of 7 IEEE
          style pages in Camera-Ready form (will be published in the
          proceedings). RRR papers will be presented in DISCUSSION Sessions.
          Authors of these papers are expected to bring with them to
          the conference a maximum of 10 pages describing their paper.
          These pages will be pinned to presentation boards during
          the DISCUSSION Sessions. Please use large fonts so that
          the paper can be read from about 1.5 meter distance - any
          reasonable typesetting format is acceptable. Authors of
          RRR papers are expected to be present during these sessions
          to answer any questions that readers might have (scheduled
          times for DISCUSSION Sessions will be emailed to you in June.
          Please note that you are still required to send us the
          Camera-Ready of your paper by the due date for publication
          in the proceedings. Your Camera-Ready paper should not
          exceed 7 IEEE style pages.

          SRP papers (Short Research Paper) will be a maximum of 4 IEEE
          style pages in Camera-Ready form (will be published in the
          proceedings). SRP papers will be presented in DISCUSSION Sessions.
          Authors of these papers are expected to bring with them to
          the conference a maximum of 10 pages describing their paper.
          These pages will be pinned to presentation boards during
          the DISCUSSION Sessions. Please use large fonts so that
          the paper can be read from about 1.5 meter distance - any
          reasonable typesetting format is acceptable. Authors of
          SRP papers are expected to be present during these sessions
          to answer any questions that readers might have (scheduled
          times for DISCUSSION Sessions will be emailed to you in June.
          Please note that you are still required to send us the
          Camera-Ready of your paper by the due date for publication
          in the proceedings. Your Camera-Ready paper should not
          exceed 4 IEEE style pages.

          PST papers (Poster) WILL NOT be included in the conference
          proceedings for publication. PST papers describe research
          projects that are at early stages of their design. PST papers
          will be presented in DISCUSSION Sessions. Authors of these
          papers are expected to bring with them to the conference a
          maximum of 10 pages describing their paper. These pages will
          be pinned to presentation boards during the DISCUSSION Sessions.
          Please use large fonts so that the paper can be read from
          about 1.5 meter distance. Any reasonable typesetting format
          is acceptable. Authors of PST papers are expected to be
          present during these sessions to answer any questions that
          readers might have (scheduled times for DISCUSSION Sessions
          will be emailed to you in June).

          SUMMARY: RRR, SRP and PST mode of presentation is Poster
          Style. The difference however is that RRR and SRP papers
          get published in the proceedings.

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