The International Symposium on Programming and Systems (ISPS) is a biennial event that brings together top researchers in Computer Science from all over the world to present and discuss recent research results in various areas of the field. Strong of its experience that accuses more than 20 years, the ISPS conference has evolved and managed to gather around her a scientific participation of high quality and growing interest.
Indeed, from its first edition in 1991, the growth has been steady and substantial through the eleven past editions. From the edition held in 2011, ISPS has earned the IEEE label and the conference papers were indexed through IEEE Xplore and for the 2013 edition, we have received the technical sponsorship
Of IEEE subsection Algeria. Beside,ISPS now benefits from the expertise of an international program committee whose members have been chosen for their technical quality.
The papers are reviewed according to international standards via the Easy Chair conference system.
ISPS is already at its twelfth edition, a sure sign of maturity and quality ! And the managing team aims to continue in this way and ensure the continuation of the high quality of the conference. The purpose of the 12th ISPS conference is to bring more and more together researchers, engineers and practitionners interested in the computer science and technological advances. Papers describing advanced prototypes, systems, tools and techniques and general survey papers indicating future directions are encouraged. All papers must describe original work, not previously published or submitted to another conference. Accepted papers, presented at the conference by one of the authors, will be published in the Proceedings of ISPS. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality.
Both full research reports and work-in-progress reports are welcome. There will be both oral and poster sessions.
ISPS’2015 have four main tracks, covering different domains of computer science including Communication Technologies and Systems Security, Information Technology, Computational Intelligence and Computer systems and Applications.
Each topic of track is expanded below but the list of sub-topics is not exhaustive.
Networking and communications; Information Security and trust management; Reliability and fault tolerance; Mobile and ubiquitous computing; Energy-efficient network services and operations; P2P (Mobile) social networks and P2P (Mobile) computing; Grid computing; Distrubuted systems; Sensor networks; Certification; IDS;
Big Data; Data Warehousing and Data mining; Data integration, interoperability; Data base systems; Information systems; Web services; Social networks; Semantic Web; Scientific computing; Green computing models; Geographic information systems; Ontology based modeling Linked Data; Knowledge managment;
Neural networks; Machine learning; Pattern recognition; Multimedia and image processing; Natural language proces-sing; Bioinformatics; Human-Computer interaction; Computer vision, Dicision support systems; Evolutionary computation; Metaheuristics; Hybrid intelligent systems; Agent systems; Constraint satisfaction and optimization; Knowledge Representation and reasonning; Scheduling and Planning;
Computer Architecture; Operating Systems; Programming Language; Real time Systems; Compilers; Embeded Systems; Software engineering; Advanced algorithms and applications; Formal modeling verification and validation, Analysis, testing; Modeling languages;
Computer Science Department Faculty of Electronics and
Science - USTHB BP 32, El Alia
Tel/Fax: (213) 21 24 76 07
Abdelmadjid BOUKRA, USTHB University
Program Committee Chair
Latifa MAHDAOUI, USTHB University
Organization Committee Chair
Kamel BOUKHALFA, USTHB University