DATICS-NESEA’11 International Workshop Issues Call for Papers

The workshop in the 2nd IEEE International Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Enterprise Applications (NESEA 2011) has issued a call for papers. All accepted and presented papers in DATICS-NESEA’11 will be included in the NESEA 2011 proceeding published by IEEE. Special issues of international journals such as Journal of Internet Services and Applications (JISA), IJDATICS and IJCECS will be arranged for selected papers. The deadline for full paper submission is August 14, 2011. NESEA is sponsored by IEEE Computer Society (US) (TBC) and Distributed Thought (UK).

NESEA 2011 will take place in Perth, Australia, 8-9 December 2011. The objective of NESEA 2011 is to provide a forum for scientists and engineers in academia and industry to exchange and discuss their experiences, new ideas, research results, and applications about all aspects of networked embedded systems for enterprise applications.

Circuits, Systems and Communications Topics of Interest

  • Digital, analog, mixed-signal, VLSI, asynchronous and RF design
  • Processor and memory
  • DSP and FPGA/ASIC-based design
  • Synthesis and physical design
  • Embedded system hardware/software co-design
  • CAD/EDA methodologies and tools
  • Statistical timing analysis and low power design methodologies
  • Network/system on-a-chip and applications
  • Hardware description languages, SystemC and SystemVerilog
  • Simulation, verification and test technology
  • Semiconductor devices and solid-state circuits
  • Fuzzy and neural networks
  • Communication signal processing
  • Mobile and wireless communications
  • Peer-to-peer video streaming and multimedia communications
  • Communication channel modeling
  • Antenna
  • Radio-wave propagation
  • Biomedical engineering and VLSI circuit design for bio-medical applications
  • Speech understanding and translation
  • Image recognition and 3D modeling

Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology Topics of Interest

  • Equivalence checking, model checking, SAT-based methods, compositional methods and probabilistic methods
  • Graph theory, process algebras, petri-nets, automata theory, BDDs and UML
  • Formal methods
  • Distributed, real-time and hybrid systems
  • Reversible computing and biocomputing
  • Software architecture and design
  • Software testing and analysis
  • Software dependability, safety and reliability
  • Programming languages, tools and environments
  • Face detection and recognition
  • Database and data mining
  • Image and video processing
  • Watermarking
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Average-case analysis and worst-case analysis
  • Design and programming methodologies for network protocols and applications
  • Coding, cryptography algorithms and security protocols
  • Evolutionary computation
  • Numerical algorithms
  • E-commerce

More info: DATICS-NESEA’11 Paper Submission