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ICETE 2011 - International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications

Venue: Seville, Spain
From 18/07/2011 to 21/07/2011

ICETE 2011 is a joint conference aimed at bringing together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested on information and communication technologies, including data communication networking, e-business, optical communication systems, security and cryptography, signal processing and multimedia applications, and wireless networks and information systems. These are the main knowledge areas that define the six component conferences, namely: DCNET, ICE-B, OPTICS, SECRYPT, SIGMAP, and WINSYS, which together form the ICETE joint conference.

Agenda

DCNET 2011

The purpose of DCNET 2011 is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested on communication networking between computer systems or other digital devices.

ICE-B 2011
OPTICS 2011

The purpose of OPTICS 2011, the International Conference on Optical Communication Systems, is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested on any of the optical communication components of an optical communication system, or the system itself. An optical communication system consists of a transmitter, which encodes a message into an optical signal, a channel, which carries the signal to its destination, and a receiver, which reproduces the message from the received optical signal.

SECRYPT 2011

The purpose of SECRYPT 2011, the International Conference on Security and Cryptography, is to bring together researchers, mathematicians, engineers and practitioners interested on security aspects related to information and communication.

SIGMAP 2011
WINSYS 2011

Speakers gallery

  • Orator National Ilan University, Taiwan
    Han-Chieh Chao
    National Ilan University, Taiwan

    Han-Chieh Chao is a joint appointed Full Professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering and Institute of Computer Science & Information Engineering where also serves as the president of National Ilan University, I-Lan, Taiwan, R.O.C. He has been appointed as the Director of the Computer Center for Ministry of Education starting from September 2008 to July 2010. His research interests include High Speed Networks, Wireless Networks, IPv6 based Networks, Digital Creative Arts and Digital Divide.

  • Orator Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
    Vincenzo Piuri
    Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

    Vincenzo Piuri obtained the Ph.D. in Computer Engineering in 1989, at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Since October 2000 he is Full Professor in Computer Engineering at the University of Milano, Italy. He was Visiting Professor at the University of Texas at Austin during the summers from 1993 to 1999.
    His research interests include biometrics, signal and image processing for industrial applications, theory and industrial applications of neural networks, intelligent measurement systems, fault tolerance, and digital processing architectures. Original results have been published in more than 300 papers in book chapters, international journals, and proceedings of international conferences.

  • Orator University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
    Enrique Cabello
    University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain

    BSc in Physical Sciences (esp: Electronics) by the University of Salamanca (Spain). PhD. by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (Best Computer Science Thesis prize). Full time professor at the University of Salamanca (1990-1998) and, since 1998, full time professor at University Rey Juan Carlos.
    Since 1990 he was working in Computer vision projects, applied to real environments. Now he is focused in computer vision systems applied to security in real environments such as airports (face recognition and verification, detection of suspicious behaviors) and to traffic safety (pedestrian and vehicles detection and tracking, driver surveillance to detect distractions).

  • Orator University of Hamburg, Germany
    Winfried Lamersdorf
    University of Hamburg, Germany

    Winfried Lamersdorf is a full Professor in the Informatics Department of Hamburg University since 1991 and head of the "Distributed and Information Systems" group. After his PhD in Computer Science in 1985, he spent a year at the University of Maryland, USA, and was, from 1983 to 1990, scientific staff member at the IBM Scientific and European Networking Centre(s) in Heidelberg working in the area of open distributed applications.