Friday, March 26, 2010

14th Pan-Hellenic Conference on Informatics with international Participation

2nd Call for Papers and Deadline Extension

September 10-12, 2010, Tripoli, Greece

The Greek Computer Society (ΕΠΥ), the Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Peloponnese, and the Department of Telecommunications Science and Technology, University of Peloponnese organize the 14th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2010) at Tripoli, Greece, during 10 - 12 of September, 2010.

The PCI is an event established by the Greek Computer Society. The 1st Conference took place at Athens (1984), the 2nd at Thessaloniki (1988), the 3rd at Athens (1991), the 4th at Patras (1993), the 5th at Athens (1995), the 6th at Athens (1997), the 7th at Ioannina (1999), the 8th at Nicosia Cyprus (2001), the 9th at Thessaloniki (2003), the 10th at Volos (2005), the 11th at Patras (2007), the 12th at Samos (2008) and the 13th at Corfu Island (2009).

Topics of Interest

The PCI 2010 Conference will run in parallel sessions, with invited talks, research and case study tracks. Authors are invited to submit papers in any area of Informatics, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, and Information Systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Algorithms and Data Structures

· Artificial Intelligence

· Bioinformatics

· Business Intelligence

· Communication and Information Systems Security

· Computational Science

· Computer and Communication Networks

· CRM and ERP systems

· Cultural and Museum Information Systems

· Databases

· Data Mining

· Digital Libraries

· eCommerce, eBusiness, eGovernment, eHealth

· Education Technologies

· Graphics, Visualization, Multimedia and Virtual Reality

· Grid and Cluster Computing

· Hardware and Architecture

· Human-Computer Interaction

· Image and Video Processing

· Information Retrieval

· Information Society: Legal and Regulatory issues

· Information Systems

· Information Theory

· Knowledge based Systems

· Open Source Software

· Operating Systems

· Parallel and Distributed Systems

· Privacy and Privacy Enhancing Technologies

· Programming Languages

· Sensor Networks

· Signal Processing

· Software Engineering

· Telecommunication Systems and Policies

· Wearable Computing

· Wireless and Mobile Computing

Important dates

Full paper submission deadline:

16 April 2010

Notification of decision:

11 May 2010

Camera-ready deadline:

11 June 2010

Authors’ registration deadline:

11 June 2010

WIE 2010 submission deadline:

30 April 2010

Instructions for Authors

Authors are invited to submit original manuscripts, in English, limited in length to five (5) pages. The required format is IEEE double‐column (available in doc and LaTeX format at All submitted papers will undergo a peer review process, coordinated by the PC Chairs. The reviewers are not required to read any appendices; the paper should be intelligible on its own. Authors are invited to send their manuscripts electronically in Postscript or PDF format at the PCI Conference website

Submission of a paper implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper. Each participant may be associated with at most two papers.

PCI 2010 Proceedings

The PCI Conference proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society, Conference Publishing Services and distributed at the conference. IEEE Conference Publishing Services arranges for indexing through Thomson ISI, IEE (INSPEC), EI (Compendex), and other indexing services and archives the publication to IEEE‐Xplore and the IEEE Computer Society Digital Libraries (CSDL).


Language of the PCI 2010 Conference

The PCI Conference is mainly a forum for information exchange between Greek scientists from Greece, Cyprus and the Diaspora with international participation. So, English will be the official language of the PCI Conference, including presentations and proceedings. Non Greek‐speaking authors are strongly encouraged to submit papers and participate in the PCI 2010 Conference, as well.

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