GENERAL CHAIR: Ioan DZIŢAC
The International Conference on Computers, Communications & Control (ICCCC) (founded in 2006 by I. Dziţac, F.G. Filip and M.-J. Manolescu and organized every even year) provides a forum for international scientists in academia and industry to present and discuss their latest research findings on a broad array of topics in computer networking and control.
- Honorary Conference Chair: Lotfi A. ZADEH, USA
- Honorary IPC Chair: Florin Gheorghe FILIP, Romania
- Conference Chair: Mişu-Jan MANOLESCU, Romania
- General Chair: Ioan DZIŢAC, Romania
The 84 papers selected from the ICCCC 2006 (event dedicated to the centenary of Grigore C. Moisil (19006-1973) - a pioneer in computer science, principal invited keynote speaker Solomon Marcus) and 90 papers selected from the ICCCC 2008 (event dedicated to the centenary of John Bardeen (1908-1991), principal invited keynote speaker Lotfi A. Zadeh), published in supplementary issues of International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control, are covered in ISI Web of Science.
We extend a warm invitation to all interested in the related topics to submit papers and to participate in a hopefully successful event.
The Program Committee is soliciting paper describing original, previously unpublished, completed research, not currently under review by another conference or journal, addressing state-of-the-art research and development in all areas related to computer networking and control.
The Program Committee encourages especially the submission of scientific papers that focus on the convergence of the three "C" (Computing, Communication, Control).
ICCCC 2010 Program Committee seeks to acknowledge excellence by awarding the best paper (co)-authored by a PhD student.
Most important criteria are:
(1) degree of innovation,
(2) scientific importance and/or practical importance
(3) general impression of presentation.
The winner will receive a Diploma and 1,000 euros from Organizing Committee.
In case the paper has been written by several PhD students, the award will be divided equally among these students.
Eligible are students who had not yet obtained their PhD a year before the deadline.
Also, a PhD student must be first author of the paper he or she proposed, and each PhD student can participate only once.
The winners of this contest are:
- PhD student Adrian Brasoveanu, ULB Sibiu - Excellency Diploma and 1000 EUR from Dan Voiculescu Foundation
- PhD student Andrei Rusan, TU Iasi - Excellency Diploma and 500 EUR from Dinu Patriciu Foundation
- PhD student Cristian-Mihai Amarandei, TU Iasi - Excellency Diploma and 500 EUR from Dinu Patriciu Foundation