Conference on Digital Information Processing Held at MIEM
On July 6-8 the third international conference ‘Digital Information Processing, Data Mining and Wireless Communications’ was held at HSE MIEM. The event was dedicated to issues related to smart data processing and was supported by the Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC), InfoWatch, and the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI.
The main topics addressed at the conference were: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Information Processing, Information Security, Computer Linguistics, Neural Networks, Text and Graphics Processing, among many others .
A special session on ‘Education for Secure Digital Information Processing, Data Mining and Wireless Communications’ was held during the conference.
Over 100 renowned scholars from across the world were members of the conference programme committee. Researchers from Russia, the USA, Great Britain, Slovenia, China, Japan, Malaysia, Iran, and other countries presented their reports. All the papers presented at the event will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to the IEEE Xplorer digital library with further indexing in several databases, including SCOPUS.
The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications regularly holds conferences in various disciplines, providing a platform for members of the scientific community to present their projects, share ideas and search for new approaches to IT and wireless communications issues. This time HSE MIEM provided the platform for the conference.