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WORLDCOMP'10 Steering Committee's Welcome Continue

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    The last offering of WORLDCOMP (2009) attracted 1,900 computer science and engineering researchers from 81 countries. It is anticipated that WORLDCOMP'10 will attract over 2,000 participants. The Congress is composed of 22 (planned) major conferences; each conference will have its own program committee as well as referees – attendees will have full access to all 22 conferences' sessions, tracks, and planned tutorials. A number of individual research tracks of WORLDCOMP have been held for many years; for example, PDPTA has been held annually since 1995 (PDPTA'10 is the 16th annual conference); ERSA has been held annually since 2001 (ERSA'10 is the 10th annual conference); ICAI has been held annually since 1999 (ICAI'10 is the 12th annual conference); other tracks of WORLDCOMP Congress have similar records. All conferences will be held simultaneously (same location and dates: July 12-15, 2010, Las Vegas, USA). Each conference will have its own proceedings. All proceedings/books will be indexed in Inspec/IET/The Institute for Engineering and Technology, DBLP/CS Bibliography (these are major database indexes that are designed to provide easy access to the current literature of sciences). For DBLP references to the prior offering for each of the main 22 tracks of WORLDCOMP congress Click Here. In addition, the proceedings will also be sent to others for indexing consideration. Soon after the congress, selected authors will be invited to publish the extended versions of their papers in various special issues of journals, edited research books, and authored books (as chapters).

    In 2009, WORLDCOMP attracted 1,900 participants; 49% from outside USA (80 countries), 50% from USA (48 states), and 1% unknown. 24% of participants were non-author/non-speaker attendees. 68% of participants were from academia, 20% from industry, 11% from government agencies, and 1% unknown. We anticipate to have similar demography for WORLDCOMP 2010.

    In recent years, the following have delivered lectures and/or participated in panel discussions at WORLDCOMP: Prof. David A. Patterson (pioneer/computer architecture, University of California, Berkeley), Dr. K. Eric Drexler (known as Father of Nanotechnology), Prof. John H. Holland (known as Father of Genetic Algorithms; University of Michigan), Prof. Ian Foster (known as Father of Grid Computing; U. of Chicago & ANL), Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy (pioneer/VR, University of California, Berkeley), Prof. Barry Vercoe (Founding member of MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Dr. Jim Gettys (known as X-man, developer of X Window System, xhost, ...), Prof. John Koza (known as Father of Genetic Programming, Stanford University), Prof. Brian D. Athey (NIH Program director, University of Michigan), Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna (pioneer, University of Southern California), Dr. Jose L. Munoz (NSF Program Director and Consultant), Prof. Jun Liu (Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard University), Anousheh Ansari (CEO, Prodea Systems and first female private space explorer), and a number of other distinguished speakers.

    We all look forward to seeing you at WORLDCOMP 2010.
    WORLDCOMP'10 Steering Committee

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Academic Co-Sponsors
The Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)
University of California, Berkeley, USA

Collaboratory for Advanced Computing and Simulations (CACS)
University of Southern California, USA

Intelligent Data Exploration and Analysis Laboratory
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA

Harvard Statistics Department Genomics & Bioinformatics Laboratory
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

BioMedical Informatics & Bio-Imaging Laboratory
Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Hawkeye Radiology Informatics, Department of Radiology, College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
University of Minnesota, USA

Center for the Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Medical Image HPC & Informatics Lab (MiHi Lab)
University of Iowa, Iowa, USA

The University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA

Knowledge Management & Intelligent System Center (KMIS)
University of Siegen, Germany

UMIT, Institute of Bioinformatics and Translational Research, Austria
SECLAB of University of Naples Federico II
University of Naples Parthenope, & Second University of Naples, Italy

National Institute for Health Research
World Academy of Biomedical Sciences and Technologies
High Performance Computing for Nanotechnology (HPCNano)
Supercomputer Software Department (SSD), Institute of Computational Mathematics & Mathematical Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences

International Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine

The International Council on Medical and Care Compunetics

The UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

VMW Solutions Ltd.
Scientific Technologies Corporation
HoIP - Health without Boundaries

Space for Earth Foundation
Medical Modeling and Simulation Database (EVMS) of Eastern Virginia Medical School & the American College of Surgeons

Corporate Sponsor

Other Co-Sponsors
Manjrasoft (Cloud Computing Technology company), Melbourne, Australia

Hodges' Health


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