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About Harbin
(ICITA 2007)
15-18 January 2007

Four yeas ago, the inaugural ICITA was successfully held in Australia and since then, it has been running 3 times in difference countries. Conference like ICITA has transcended east and west in both time and space, and provided us with a blue print for bring the information technology academic in all areas from all over the world together. IT is the most active and broad knowledge area which covers all areas of social and economical activity. In today's world the level of IT development has become a key indicator for a country's social and economical development. The purpose of ICITA 2007 is to provide a platform for academics and engineers in all IT areas to meet, exchange ideas, and establish professional networks. It is a forum to focus on specific disciplinary research, as well as on multi-disciplinary studies. The uniqueness of ICITA is that it crosses narrowly defined subject areas and gathers researchers from not only technical areas, but also from social science areas.

All papers submitted to this conference have been full-paper peer reviewed.

Topics include, but are not limited to, the following research areas/fields:
Topic 2: IT in finance and economy
Topic 3: Security
Topic 4: Telecommunication and Networking
Topic 5: Mobile Communications
Topic 6: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Intelligence and Imformation Fusion
Topic 7: Computer Vision and Image Processing
Topic 8: Multimedia
Topic 9: Agents, Datamining and Ontologies
Topic 10: System Management
Topic 11: Distributed and Parallel Computing
Topic 12: IT in Education and Health
Topic 13: Computer Graphics and Visualization
Topic 14: Bioinformatics
Topic 15: Computer and Communication Systems
Topic 16: Signal Processing
Topic 17: Advanced Robotics
Topic 19: Software Engineering

 Keynote Speaker

Keynote :  

Dr Dapeng Tien
Project Leader - Project 5.1 - Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI), Charles Sturt University, Australia

Please note that the papers are in PDF format and Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view them. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, please download from Microsoft Windows users can install Adobe Acrobat Reader from the CD.

ISBN: 978-0-9803267-0-3 © ICITA 2007. All Rights Reserved.