The Computing Conference will hold its annual international research event on the 22-23 June at Clayton Hotel Chiswick, West London, with innovative researchers and scientists from over 50 countries set to attend the industry-leading event.
Formerly known as Science and Information Conference (SAI), the Computing Conference is one of the most highly-respected computer science conferences in the world, and offers a platform for academicians and industry practitioners to share and report on recent innovations and developments in all aspects of computer sciences and its applications.
Tickets are now available to purchase for the well-renowned conference, which will hold lectures by eminent scientists, presentations by innovative researchers, discussion-oriented sessions, workshops, tutorials and contributed papers, all with the intention of allowing attendees to share new ideas and research results in a welcoming and open atmosphere.
The keynote speakers at the upcoming event are Neil Thompson at MIT, Heather Harrington at University of Oxford, Bill Harrod at U.S’s Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity and Yang-Hui He at City University of London.
The Computing Conference will also announce the SAI Conference Awards at this year’s event to authors who have written the best paper or poster, which is judged on the potential impact, novelty, use of appropriate data and analysis methodologies and clarity of presentations. The paper submissions can focus on different subject fields such as technology trends, computing, artificial intelligence, machine vision, security, communication, ambient intelligence and e-leaning. The recipients will receive a trophy, cash prize and a certificate that describes the award during the closing session.
Dr. Benedict du Boulay, Emeritus Professor at the University of Sussex and the esteemed Conference Chair commented, “The 2023 Computing Conference will enable us to peep into the technological future of the world. The event will present workable and practical applications of Technologies, Computing and Artificial Intelligence. The astounding success of the Conference can be gauged by the overwhelming response from scholars across the globe.”
Since 2013, the Computing Conference has witnessed devoted attendees from more than 60 countries come together to talk and engage in creative ways, whilst showcasing achievements. The main goal of the series is to share new ideas and research results, as well as discuss insightful and unique approaches to some of the world’s toughest problems.
Despite the short history of computer science as a formal academic discipline, it has made a number of fundamental contributions to science and society – in fact, along with electronics, it is a founding science of the current epoch of human history calls the Information Age and is a driver of the Information Revolution.
As one of the most respected conferences in the area of Computer science, the Computing Conference is a premier venue for all research and development practitioners to unite in an open and interactive space and share their enriching experiences in various fields.