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The 2016 IBII International Conference on Business Intelligence, Computer Science, and Education (ICBCE '16)

 

 

Sam Houston State University - The Woodlands Center,
3380 College Park Drive
The Woodlands, TX, United States
April 28, 29 and 30, 2016

www.ibii-us.org

The 2016 IBII International Conference on Business Intelligence, Computer Science, and Education (ICBCE '16) will take place in The Woodlands, TX, United States, Apr. 28, 29 and 30, 2016. The conference aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers and scientists to present their new advances and research results. The conference covered all aspects of Business Intelligence, Computer Science, and Education. The conference will also provide the participants a broad overview of the latest Business Intelligence, Computer Science, and Education, and will be a valuable reference source for further research.

- 2016 International Conference on Management, Leadership and Business Intelligence (ICBCE-MLBI '16)

SCOPE AND LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR ICBCE-MLBI '16 (includes but not limited to):

Management

- Theory and Developments of Management
- Management of ecommerce security, trust and privacy
- Managing in the digital economy.
- Big data analytics C challenges for knowledge management.
- Issues in project management
- Managing across company boundaries C strategic partnering.
- Managing the customer experience C an outside-in view of the companies
- Strategy management in business
- Data and Knowledge management for ecommerce and government
- Supply Chain management

Leadership

- Leadership for Innovative Enterprises
- Developing strategic leadership capabilities
- Entrepreneurial leadership
- Facilitating entrepreneurship throughout the growth cycle.
- Leadership and management Styles
- Gender and leadership
- Leadership for sustainability
- Leaders role in innovation
- Leadership in non-profit settings
- Leadership and the family enterprise
- Leading change and managing conflict
- Leading from the middle C centralized vs. decentralized control
- Leadership challenges C barriers to effective communications

Business Intelligence

- Hybrid Learning
- Ensemble Learning
- Data Analysis
- Data Mining
- E-Business and Management
- Customer Relationship Analysis
- Supply Chain Integration and BI
- Digital business ecosystems
- AI in Business Applications

- 2016 International Conference on Intelligent Computing (ICBCE-IC '16)

SCOPE AND LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR ICBCE-IC '16 (includes but not limited to):

Intelligent Computing

- Artificial Intelligence (ANN, GA, QEA, PSO´) and Applications
- Machine Learning (SVM´)
- Rough Sets and Fuzzy Systems
- Soft Computing
- Swarm Intelligence and Optimization
- Supervised Learning
- Semi-supervised Learning
- Unsupervised Learning
- Reinforcement Learning
- Independent Component Analysis
- Collective Intelligence
- Social Intelligence
- Cognitive Science
- Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics
- Signal Processing
- Pattern Recognition
- Biometrics Recognition
- Image Processing
- Intelligent Computing in Robotics
- Intelligent Computing in Computer Vision
- Intelligent Computing in Finance
- Information Security
- Intelligent Data Analysis & Prediction
- Expert Systems
- Structure Prediction and Folding
- Intelligent Computing in Applications

- 2016 International Conference on Education and Social Development (ICBCE-ESD '16)

SCOPE AND LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR CBCE-ESD '16 (include but not limited to):

Education

- E-Education
- Adult and Continuing Education
- Civic Education and Leadership
- Evaluating of Teaching and Learning Technologies
- Education Games and Informal Learning
- Mobile Learning and Ubiquitous Learning
- Learning Systems Platforms and Architectures
- Mutual Effect between IT Enterprise and Education
- Virtual Environment, Virtual Class and Virtual University
- Construction of the Digital Learning Environment and Educational Software Design
- E-Learning Platform and Implement
- Open Source and Social Software in Education
- Informatics Science Education
- Innovative uses of technology in the classroom
- Collaborative learning
- Partnerships with industry and government
- Team projects and case studies
- Undergraduate research experiences
- Student observation and mentoring strategies
- Teaching methods
- Educational Psychology and Counseling
- Health Promotion and Health Education
- Special Education
- Educational Policy and Administration
- Higher Education
- Arts, Music, Sport and Design
- Culture and Education Law
- Educational Communications and Technology

Social Development

- Sustainable Development
- Sociology of Religion
- Social Complexity
- Social Computing
- Social Network Analysis
- Social Work
- Social Systems Dynamics
- Labor Market
- Sociology
- Sustainable Human and Social Development
-Technology, Society, Environmental Studies
- Research Methods in Sociology
- Cultural Sociology
- Ethnic Relations
- Economic Sociology
- Civil Society
- Classical Sociological Theory
- Cultural Theory and Policy
- Science, Technology and Society
- Social Stratification and Social Mobility
- Sociology of Art
- Collective Behavior and Social Movements
- Social-Psychological, Social, Organizational, and Technological Systems

 

CFP

Call for Presentation


The 2016 International Conference on Business Intelligence, Computer Science, and Education (ICBCE '16) will be held at Sam Houston State University, The Woodlands, TX. The conference invites you to submit abstracts of your research presentation and special session proposals to this conference. The presentation can be in person or via video conference.

Full papers are not required for the conference but recommend if you wish to publish a paper on selected IBII Journal after the conference. Following your registration, ICBCE '16 will select a number of the best extended versions of the papers for publication in an IBII journal, and you will be given instructions on how to submit an extended version of your abstract and paper. Best presentation awards are voted during each session of the conference.

The benefits of attending ICBCE are considerable for established academics and new scientists alike. Apart from the academic benefits, the rich social and cultural program is always associated with our events. Attractive destinations and quality venues ensure an enjoyable stay to all participants. The multinational composition of the attendees often stimulates the initiation of fruitful conversations. The overall experience is always fulfilling.

Although this web site is designed to answer any questions you might have regarding the event, please feel free to contact ICBCE if you have any questions via email contact_ibii@yahoo.com.

 

Registration:

  1. Registration fee is $240 for researchers and scholars; $200 for students with student ID provided
  2. Registration deadline is April 25, 2016
  3. By submitting the registration fee, you are entitled to the following:
    • 30 minutes presentation (20 minutes talk and 10 minutes Q &A)
    • Publication of one paper up to 15 pages in one of the IBII journals after the conference;
    • Admittance to the multi-conference;
    • Participation in the conference coffee and food breaks;
    • Certificate of attending conference
  4. Register Here
Selection

 

Important Dates & Deadlines:

o General Submission (Abstracts): April 21, 2016

o Notification of Acceptance: April 23, 2016

o Authors' Registration: April 25, 2016

o ICME 2016 Conference Date: April 28-30, 2016

o Full Paper submission (optional): May 15, 2016

Directions and Lodging:

  1. Physical Address:

    Sam Houston State University - The Woodlands Center

    3380 College Park Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77384

  2. Direction: 30 minutes drive from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).
    Go north on I-45 or the Hardy Toll Road to the Woodlands Parkway exit (76B) to I-45, then exit 79A (College Park Dr.) and turn left to College Park Drive for about 1 miles. See Map
  3. Nearby hotels are recommended here:

Presentation:

  1. The presentation will be 20 minutes talk followed by 10 minutes Q&A (Total of 30 minutes each)
  2. To apply for a talk, you are required to submit an abstract (see Submission for more details)
  3. The presentation can be in person or via video conference (instruction will be provided upon request contact_ibii@yahoo.com)

Submission:

  1. The conference will accept abstracts up to 500 words
  2. Indicate which conference session you would like to present: ICBCE-MLBI(Management, Leadership and Business Intelligence), ICBCE-IE(Intelligent Computing), or ICBCE-ESD(Education and Social Development)
  3. Title of Submission format is ^ICBCE ̄+ ^Conference Session ̄+^ Title ̄
  4. Abstract will be send via email to conference chairs:
    Dr. Bruce O¨Neal boneal@shsu.edu; boneal@shsu.edu; or submission_ibii@yahoo.com
  5. Abstract submissions for the ICBCE '16 are due by April 1, 2016

Publication: 

  1. Full papers are not required for the conference but recommend
  2. Selected papers will be published on one of IBII Journals for FREE
  3. Deadline for submission a full paper: May 15, 2016
  4. Hard Copy will be mailed and charged separately up on request

It should be noted that by submitting a paper to IBII conference means you automatically agree with our submission terms. If you have any question, please feel free to contact the e-mail at contact_ibii@yahoo.com.

 

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