The 2011 International Conference and Workshop on Current Trends in Information Technology (CTIT'11)
|Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2011||End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2011|
|Paper Submission Date: Apr 25, 2011|
The 2011 International Conference and Workshop on Current Trends in Information Technology (CTITâ€™11) will focus on Applied Research in Information Sciences, Systems, and Technology to solve community problems. It will be held at Dubai Womenâ€™s College, Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 26 and 27 Oct 2011
The CTITâ€™11 Conference and Workshop will provide a valuable forum for researchers, and practitioners to share their research findings among a network of key employers, and experts in Information Technology that shapes our emerging society.
Authors are invited to submit conference papers and workshop proposals describing their applied research in information technology to solve community issues.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Amala Rajan
CTITâ€™11 Conference Chair
Dubai Women's College
Direct: 00 971 42089504
Call For papers:
Join the 2011 International Conference on Current Trends in Information Technology (CTITâ€™11) which will be held at Dubai Womenâ€™s College - Higher Colleges of Technology on Oct 26 and 27, 2011. The CTITâ€™11 conference will focus on applied research in information sciences, systems, and technology to solve community problems. It will provide a valuable forum for both researchers and practitioners to share their research.
Authors are invited to submit papers describing their applied research in information technology to solve community issues. Paper submissions might be:
Full papers: These include mainly accomplished research results and have 6 pages at the maximum.
Short papers: These are mostly composed of work in progress reports or fresh developments and have 4 pages at maximum.
Topics of interest include but not limited to:
Database Management and Warehousing
Communications and Network Protocols
Human Computer Interaction
Computer modeling and Simulation
Internet computing and applications
Genomics and Bioinformatics
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Wireless and mobile computing
Data mining and knowledge discovery
Virtual Environment and its Applications
Computer graphics and Image Processing
Computer Science Education
Computer Practice and Applications
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications
Web services and SOA
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
Call For Workshops:
The aim of the Current Trends in Information technology (CTIT) Workshop is to stimulate and facilitate active exchange, interaction, and comparison of approaches, methods, ideas, and technologies in the areas listed below. The workshop will provide an optimum environment where participants will have the opportunity to discuss specific technical topics in an atmosphere that fosters the active exchange of ideas. It is expected to include presentations, discussion, and hands-on-sessions in a way that is more interactive and focused than the paper sessions in the main conference program. To foster the interactivity and focus, CTIT workshops target a narrower range of topics and have smaller number of participants (often around 20 or more) compared to the main conference. The target audiences of these workshops are High School Teachers, College and university Professors and IT Professionals.
Topics of interest are divided into two streams: IT and Career Guidance:
E-learning - to stimulate discussions about methods, tool
Secure Social Networking - to bring together industry and academic actors to foster discussion, analyze risks, opportunities and privacy challenges of social networking.
Entrepreneurship and Information Technology - to discuss the way we educate our graduates and how important to focus on entrepreneurship, innovation, and information technology in educational curricula as a solution to sustaining progress and improving a countryâ€™s economy.
Green Communication and Networking â€“ to provide a forum for discussions among industry and academia, engineers and researchers on effective recycling, emission reduction and energy savings of products and services in networking to minimize the Greenhouse Gas (GHG).
Life after degree in IT: As students approach the end of their college degree, they face a major decision regarding what they will do once they graduate. This workshop should focus on the students who are in their later years of their program and ready to consider their occupational and/or educational options.
Discovering Emirati Talent: Lack of awareness on different opportunities within the private sector and stereotyping of UAE nationals in these private companies are the major issues that hamper Emiratisation. This workshop should aim at exploring ways in which increased and effective Emiratisation can be achieved.
CV writing and interview skills: This workshop should be designed to show the students how to construct a winning CV that will single them out from the crowd and get them that all-important interview. Having then been shortlisted, the workshop should address what is the best way to approach the interview? How should one prepare and practice?
Workshop Proposal Submission April 25, 2011
Notification of Workshop Acceptance June 10, 2011
Each workshop proposal should contain the following information:
Title of the workshop
Proposed duration of the workshop
Name, affiliation, and e-mail addresses of the workshop organizers
Extended abstract (about 500-1000 words; approximately 1-2 pages) of the workshop, explaining importance of the workshop topics, fit within and complementarity with the topics listed above, intended audience, and other relevant issues.
Information about distribution channels (e.g., list-servs) that will be used for advertising the workshop.
History of the workshop (if it was held before).
Short biographies (about 200 words each) of all workshop chairs, including information about past experience in organizing/chairing conferences and workshops.