International Conference on Applied Modeling & Information Security Systems
October 8-10, 2009
University of Alabama at Birmingham
We organize this conference to honor Dr. Joe F. Thompson, Jr. of Mississippi State University. The entire world of Applied Computations is deeply indebted to this truly outstanding researcher and truly great professor.
Organizing Committe:S.K.Dey, Chairman(Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Eastern Illinois University); B.Soni, Co-Chairman(Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama); L. Turcotte (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Indiana); J. Ziebarth (Vice President, Krell Institute); J. Koontz (ITS, Eastern Illinois University); C. Chatterjee (VP for ITS, Eastern Illinois University); M. Hoadley (Academic Tech. Support, Eastern Illinois University); M. Onofri (Aerospace Engineering, University of Rome); D. Dzemydiene (Computer Science and Software Systems, Mykotas-Romeris University, Lithuania); D. Schultz (Mathematics Department, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee); N. Ford(Mathematics Department, University of Chester); P. Andrews(Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Eastern Illinois University); A. Dodge(ITS, Eastern Illinois University)
The International Conference on Applied Modeling
& Information Security Systems
The International Conference on Applied Modeling & Information Security Systems will take place at University Of Alabama at Birmingham, Oct. 8-10, 2009.
The conference will gather scientists and professionals in the fields of health care, environmental sciences and large-scale data simulation to learn more about recent developments in computational science and information security systems and the role of those disciplines in data security.
One primary objective is to set up forums to conduct exchanges of scientific studies on the most recent research works related to large scale nonlinear system-solvers.
Applications of these works on models related to health and environments are very much welcome.
Also aritcles on parallel computations and large-scale dynamic data simulations in computer graphics will be emphasized in this conference.
"One of the main goals of the conference will be to bring scientists in all of these fields together to learn more about current techniques for storing and managing data and keeping sensitive information out of the wrong hands," said Dr. Suhrit K. Dey of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Eastern, the organizer of the conference.
Within the parameters of the large-scale data manipulation done by banks and financial institutions and that conducted at academic levels, collaborative efforts between researchers in these fields and researchers in information security systems are needed, said Dey.
"The interaction that will take place at the conference at University of Alabama at Birmingham Oct. 8, 9 and 10, 2009, will guide the collaborative studies between these groups of scientists in the field of applied computation and scientists working on information security systems," Dey said.
"This will be beneficial for both groups. People working on information security systems will see novel applications and become acquainted with new guidelines in the fields of environment and health. They will be able to improve their skills significantly as well as improve the quality and application of their talents and expertise in the world of
computation," he said.
The conference will create a synergy of expert lectures, case studies and tutorials that will give attendees a better understanding of both the management and technical aspects of the challenges they face in their jobs, and the best strategies to achieve their goals.