This conference aims to bring many important research streams together. Computer Information Systems and their applications in Image Analysis and Processing, Biometrics in both behavioral and physiological categories comprise researches in Information Processing Systems and Human Identification and Recognition Techniques. Therefore, researchers are encouraged to submit their contributions in both theoretical and practical aspects of the following Topics.

The topics of the conference include the following scientific research areas of Computer Science.

  • Biometrics Security and Multi-media
    Preprocessing Methods, Feature Extraction, Face Description and Identification, Retinal and Iris, Tongue, DNA and EEG Biometrics, Multi-modal Biometric Methods, Medical Analysis, Border Control, Biometric Cryptosystems, Fingerprints, Hand Palm and Hand Geometry, Speech and Speaker Verification and all other topics on Human Description, Classification, Identification and Recognition; Kansei Engineering, Affective Systems and Human Emotion Measuring Techniques

  • Computer Information Systems
    Signal & Image Analysis and Processing, Computer Graphics and Vision, Object Classification and Recognition, Artificial Intelligence, Ambient Intelligence, Ubiquitous Systems, Mobile andPervasive Computing, Security, Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Network Service-oriented Framework and Middleware
    Network and Application Hardware, Quality of Services (QoS), Medical, Multimedia.

  • Classification and clustering with application
    Classification, Clustering, SVM, Neural gas, Bayesian Models, Neural Networks

  • Industrial Management and other Applications
    Decision Analysis and Methods, E-Business and E-Commerce, Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, Engineering Education and Training, Global Manufacturing and Management, Human Factors, Information Processing and Engineering, Intelligent Systems, Manufacturing Systems, Operations Research, Production Planning and Control, Project Management, Quality Control and Management, Reliability and Maintenance Engineering, Safety, Security and Risk Management, Service Innovation and Management, Supply Chain Management, Systems Modeling and Simulation, Technology and Knowledge Management