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28th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering

The theme of CASCON 2018 is Think: Cognitive Computing, Big Data, Cloud, Security and Privacy This year we aim to explore the economic and societal impacts of cognitive systems. Join us for CASCON 2018 and be exposed to thought-provoking keynotes, original researchers and emerging topics papers, stimulating workshops, and our famous CASCON Expo.

CASCON is a premier industrial and academic conference for advanced studies in computer science and software engineering sponsored by the IBM Canada Laboratory. CASCON attracts software developers, researchers, innovators, technologists and decision makers from academia, industry, and government who come together to learn about technology trends, present papers, participate in workshops, and exhibit prototypes and solutions. The CASCON program features thought-provoking keynotes, original research papers, stimulating workshops, and an engaging technology expo. Conference proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library.

2018 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Data Science
for Everyone

Monday, October 29th
14:00 - 15:00

Steven Astorino

VP of Development, Hybrid Cloud,
z Analytics and Canada Lab Director at IBM

The Quantum
Computing Landscape

Tuesday, October 30th
11:00 - 12:00

Jessica Pointing

Quantum Computing Researcher at Stanford, Harvard, MIT

Encryption, Key Management,
and Quantum Computing

Tuesday, October 30th
14:00 - 15:00

Walid Rjaibi

CTO, Data Security at IBM

It Only Took 60 Years
to Solve Artificial Intelligence

Wednesday, October 31st
11:00 - 12:00

John Tsotsos

Distinguished Research Professor of Vision Science at York University's Lassonde School of Engineering, and Director of the Centre for Innovation in Computing at Lassonde


Showcase your research. Share your knowledge.

We cordially invite research and position papers as well as workshop and expo proposals in the broad areas of computer science, software engineering, software applications and data science in general, including but not limited to cognitive computing, big data analytics, cloud computing, security and privacy, Internet of Things (IoT), software-as-a-service, adaptive systems, service systems, database technologies, compiler technologies, machine learning, mobile application frameworks and platforms, blockchain, DevOps, and business intelligence.

We also encourage papers, workshop, and expo proposals that describe applications including but not limited to the following areas: healthcare, finance, smart cities, supply chain, smart commerce, smart grid and energy, connected and driverless cars, smart design, wearable computing, and social computing.

We invite submissions that that focus on innovation and innovative use of products, platforms and solutions including but are not limited to Bluemix, Cloud Foundry, Analytics, Watson, Cognos, PureApplication, IRIS, Weather, IoT Platform, RFID, DB2, Rational, Websphere, Worklight, Jazz, Lotus.