The 30th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing is organized by the University of Salamanca and will take place from 13 to 17 April at Colegio Arzobispo Fonseca. This symposium is promoted by the ACM association, which is the first scientific and educational society oriented to computing, created in 1947 in the United States, and currently a referent in such environments counting with more than 34 groups of interest and established in more than 100 countries.
SAC 2015 is a first level, scientific level (Core B), in computing market within the framework of computing, artificial intelligence and applied technology. This edition brings together more than 450 scientifics and experts from 57 different countries, to represent and discuss the latest advances in applied computing. The conference establishes high quality ratios as demonstrated with the fact that, from the 1211 received papers, only 291 were accepted for presentation. Also, a promoted by Microsoft Research competition for students has been organized. Finally, the program is completed with two invited sessions on Il-Yeol Song from the University of Drexel in Philadelphia (USA); and on Matthias Klusch from the German Research Center in Artificial Intelligence.
ACM has chosen Salamanca as a special place to hold the celebration of the 30th edition of the conference, remarking the scientific and logistic quality of the University of Salamanca. The inauguration will be happening on tuesday 14 April 2015 at Auditorio de la Hospedería de Fonseca and will be attended by Roger Wainwright (Conference Chair, University of Tulsa, USA), Juan Manuel Corchado (Conference co-chair and Vice Chancellor of Research and Technology Transfer of the University of Salamanca), Sung Shin (South Dakota State University, USA), Jiman Hong (Soongsil University, Korea), Alessio Bechini (University of Pisa, Italy) and Chih-Cheng Hung (Southern Polytechnic State University, USA).
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