Track 2: Computer Science and Systems (CSS'22)
Sofia, Bulgaria, 4 - 7 September, 2022
CSS is a FedCSIS track aiming at integrating and creating synergy between FedCSIS technical sessions which thematically subscribe to more technical (or applicable) aspects of computer science and related disciplines. The CSS track spans themes ranging from hardware issues close to the discipline of computer engineering via software issues tackled by the theory and applications of computer science, and to communication issues of interest to distributed, smart, multimedia and network systems.
The track is oriented on the research where the computer science meets the real world problems, real constraints, model objectives, etc. However the scope is not limited to applications, we all know that all of them were born from the innovative theory developed in laboratory. We want to show the fusion of these two worlds. Therefore one of the goals for the track is to show how the idea is transformed into application, since the history of modern science show that most of successful research experiments had their continuation in real world. CSS track is going to give an international panel where researchers will have a chance to promote their recent advances in applied computer science both from theoretical and practical side.
- Applied parallel and distributed computing and systems
- Applied system architectures and paradigms
- Problem-oriented simulations and modelling
- Applied methods of multimodal, constrained and heuristic optimization
- Applied computer systems in technology, medicine, ecology, environment, economy, etc.
- Theoretical fundamentals of the above computer sciences developed into the practical use
- Hardware engineering
Track includes technical sessions:
- Computer Aspects of Numerical Algorithms (15th Workshop CANA'22)
- Concurrency, Specification and Programming (30th International Symposium CS&P'22)
- Multimedia Applications and Processing (15th International Symposium MMAP'22)
- Scalable Computing (12th Workshop WSC'22)
- Organizers reserve right to move accepted papers between FedCSIS technical sessions.