Florida Tech To Host Applied Computing Symposium
– Florida Tech will draw applied computing professionals from around the world when it hosts the Eighteenth Annual ACM (Association for Computing
Machinery) Symposium on Computing, March 9-12. The conference technical sessions will take place at the Holiday Ocean Front in Indialantic; the tutorials
will be held on the university campus.
The local conference chair is Dr. Ronaldo Menezes, computer sciences assistant professor. He will also chair a technical session, as will Florida Tech
adjunct faculty member Matt Mahoney. Technical session topics include data mining, bioinformaics, information retrieval and access, E-commerce, computer
applications in health care, and artificial intelligence and computational logic.
Tutorials include semantic Web and ontologies; wireless/mobile network security; resource and mobility management in next generation wireless systems; and
complex event processing in distributed enterprise systems.
The conference is open to local applied computing professionals. For more information about sessions, tutorials, presenters and cost, visit:
http://www.acm.org/conferences/sac/ or contact Menezes at 321-674-7623 or on E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org/