Welcome to RIVF 2012
Started in 2003, RIVF has become a major scientific event for researchers in the field of Computing and Communication Technologies, not only in Vietnam but also worldwide. RIVF 2010, held in Hanoi, had received submissions coming from 23 countries across all the continents. The 9th RIVF continues to offer an opportunity for researchers and innovators to discuss problems, share results, identify emerging issues, and establish academic collaborations in various disciplines of computing and communications. This 9th edition is hosted by Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Ho Chi Minh City University of Science, VNU-HCM, Vietnam, sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society and IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. The conference series URL is www.rivf.org.
Previous RIVF conferences have been held at the Institut de la Francophonie pour l'Informatique (Hanoi, 2003, 2004), University of Can Tho (Can Tho, 2005), VNU - Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Ho Chi Minh City, 2006), Hanoi University of Technology (Hanoi, 2007), VNU - Ho Chi Minh City University of Science (Ho Chi Minh City, 2008), Da Nang University of Technology (Da Nang, 2009), and VNU - Hanoi University of Science (Hanoi, 2010).
The conference solicits submission of research papers in major areas of computing and communications, organized into the following seven tracks. Relevant topics of each track include, but are not limited to:
Model-based information integration, distributed data management,
integration of heterogeneous data sources, metadata & metamodels,
domain modeling, information architectures, security & privacy,
e-commerce and business integration solutions, information management
in health care and public services, ontologies and semantics in
Language and speech processing, soft computing, knowledge discovery
and data mining, machine learning, computational biology, agent-based
systems, semantic web, information extraction and retrieval.
Network architecture, network protocols and security, parallel and distributed computing, grid and cloud computing, mobile and ubiquitous computing, green communications, sensor and quantum networks.
Data visualization, virtual reality, behaviour simulation, scientific
Linear programming, integer programming, dynamic programming,
constraint propagation, heuristics, applications in control,
production, and scheduling.
Software development methods; software system modeling;
component-based, model-driven, grid-based, automated software
engineering; open source software development; product lines;
softwareprocess; software testing and verification; embedded system
testing and verification; multi-core programming; real-time systems;
Human-computer interface and interaction, multi media, image
processing, imaging in chemistry, medicine, biology, geography, etc.
Please visit call for papers for more detail
Please click here to download the Call for Papers.