Third International Conference on Applied Informatics

28th to 31st October 2020 ONLINE

Accepted Workshops

First International Workshop on Applied Artificial Intelligence (WAAI)

Abstract: The workshop on Applied Artificial Intelligence is an annual event intended to be an important forum of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) community, organized by the GRUPO GEMIS of the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Facultad Regional Buenos Aires. The workshop aims to provide a forum for researchers and AI community members to discuss and exchange ideas and experiences on diverse topics of AI. It also seeks to strengthen a space for discussion of innovative ideas as well as development of emerging technologies and practical experiences related to Artificial Intelligence in general and each of its technologies in particular. Submissions are invited on both applications of AI and new tools and foundations.

Second International Workshop on Applied Informatics for Economy, Society and Development (AIESD)

Abstract: The workshop on Applied Informatics for Economy, Society and Development organized by the SAEES Research Group of ABREC (Ecuador) seeks to promote discussion and dissemination of current economics research, systems for territorial intelligence, e-participation, e-democracy and territorial economic development; with special emphasis on social and environmental development. The objective of this second edition of AIESD 2020 is to discuss aspects related to computer science applied in society. The idea is to learn the different techniques and tools that are used to study social phenomena, economic growth, the interaction between economic analysis and decision-making. The workshop seeks to promote an atmosphere of dialogue among the community of professionals working on issues related to technology and its application in the economy as well as society.

First International Workshop on Bioinformatic Tools and Computational Biology (BTCB)

Abstract: Although most evolutionary computation techniques are designed to generate specific solutions to a given instance of a problem, some of these techniques can be explored to solve problems related to the evolution of pathogens. For instance, with the adoption of Next Generation Sequencing technologies to infectious disease, surveillance, outbreak investigations and/or genomic epidemiology (combining pathogen-genomics data with epidemiological investigations to track the spread of infectious diseases) it has been provided an unprecedented amount of data for the study of the pathogens and its evolution. In the field of the sequence analysis, new software has to rise during the last year providing useful tools to face problems on alignments, phylogeny, evolution and, the spread of bacterial or viral pathogens. Besides, there are new tools to explore molecular modeling including the drug discovery addressed by the bioinformatic tool. Like the accumulation of data, the accumulation of computer tools requires the study of how they can be combined to achieve a better analysis of the results. Therefore, we will face the challenge to study a starting point (or as "building blocks") for the sequence analysis focused on the new bioinformatic methods.

Third International Workshop on Data Engineering and Analytics (WDEA)

Abstract: Data has become pervasive. Data Analytics, Data Mining, Data Science, or more generally the practice of identifying patterns or constructing mathematical models based on data, is at the heart of most new business models or projects. This, coupled with what has been termed the Big Data phenomenon, used to describe challenging scenarios involving either datasets that are too big to be handled using traditional approaches, datasets with diverse formats and semantics, data streams that need to be actioned in real time, or a combination of these, has led to a whole new series of rapidly evolving tools, algorithms and methods which combine data engineering, computer science, statistics and mathematics. The aim of this workshop is to present recent results at the intersection of these areas, discussing new methods or algorithms, or applications including Machine Learning, Databases, optimization or any type of algorithms which consider managing or obtaining value from data.

Third International Workshop on Smart and Sustainable Cities (WSSC)

Abstract: The International Telecommunication Union ITU define a smart sustainable city as : “An innovative city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social, environmental as well as cultural aspects”. The aim of this Workshop is to present recent results in this area, discussing new methods or algorithms, or applications in different areas including architecture, cultural, tourism, mobility, among others.

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