18th International Conference named after A. F. Terpugov
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND MATHEMATICAL MODELLING IТММ – 2019
Venue: Saratov State University, 410012, Astrakhanskaya st. 83, Saratov, Russian Federation
Tomsk State University
Saratov State University
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences
– to discuss the latest research and hands-on results in the field of information technologies and mathematical modelling;
– to integrate scientific knowledge and practice;
– to define important advanced long-term directions of scientific research and practical developments;
– to enhance the role of higher educational institutions and scientific research organizations in establishing educational environment.
Topics of the conference:
- Information technologies and their application (in engineering, natural sciences, economics, education, humanities and other fields);
- Mathematical and computer modelling of technological processes;
- Intelligent data analysis and visualization;
- Modelling and simulation of telecommunication networks;
- Applied probabilistic analysis;
- Queuing theory;
- Optimization and operations research;
- Software engineering;
- Information and computer security;
- Economic and mathematical modeling;
- Digital business;
- Discrete systems;
- other scientific fields under the scope of the conference.
The scientific program of IТММ includes:
– plenary sessions;
– parallel thematic sessions;
– round-table discussion.
The Conference also includes School for young scientists with lectures of leading specialists and scientists in information technologies and mathematical modeling.
Working languages: Russian and English.
Conference Web-site: http://itmmconf.ru/
Selected papers will be recommended for publication in journals
«Tomsk State University Journal of Control and Computer Science» (indexed by Web of Science and Scopus).
«Izvestiya of Saratov University. New Series. Series: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics» (indexed by Web of Science ).
|The revised selected papers on Queueing Theory and its applications will be published as a separate volume of the Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series Springer Verlag.
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February, 20 – April, 25: registration and uploading short papers
May, 15: acceptance decision
June, 20: final date for uploading extended papers fot CCIS volume
June, 26 – 30: Conference days
July, 10: decision about acceptance of extended papers for CCIS volume
To participate in the conference until April 25, 2019:
1. Register for the conference https://goo.gl/Wzao1Z
2. Submit to the organizing committee email email@example.com:
2.1 Electronic version of the papers (doc-file). Please, follow the requirements and use the template to type your paper.
2.2 Additionally, you can provide extended versions of papers:
a) up to 8 pages in the journal Tomsk State University Journal of Control and Computer Science (indexed by Web of Science and Scopus). Requirements.
b) «Izvestiya of Saratov University. New Series. Series: Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics» (indexed by Web of Science ). Requirements.
c) 12–15 pages, in English on queuing theory, teletraffic theory in the journal “Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS)“ Queuing Theory and Applications”. The template for the article can be downloaded here.
The acceptance of the application for participation and the acceptance (rejection) of materials for publication will be reported to the email address specified in the application.
Organization fee: information will be later
International Program Committee
Alexander Dudin (Belarus) – general chair
Anatoly Nazarov (Russia) – co-chair
|Khalid Al-Begain (United Kingdom)
Ivan Atencia (Spain)
Pedro Cabral (Portugal)
Pau Fonseca i Casas (Spain)
Srinivas Chakravarthy (USA)
Bong Dae Choi (Korea)
Tadeusz Czachorski (Poland)
Rui Dinis (Portugal)
Dmitry Efrosinin (Austria)
Mais Farhadov (Russia)
Yulia Gaydamaka (Russia)
Erol Gelenbe (United Kingdom)
Alexander Gortsev (Russia)
Viktor Ivnitskii (Russia)
Bara Kim (Korea)
Che Soong Kim (Korea)
Alexander Kirpichnikov (Russia)
Udo Krieger (Germany)
Krishna Kumar (India)
Achyutha Krishnamoorthy (India)
Quan-Lin Li (China)
Yury Malinkovsky (Belarus)
|Gennady Medvedev (Belarus)
Agassi Melikov (Azerbaijan)
Alexander Moiseev (Russia)
Svetlana Moiseeva (Russia)
Paulo Montezuma-Carvalho (Portugal)
Evsey Morozov (Russia)
Valeriy Naumov (Finland)
Rein Nobel (The Netherlands)
Michele Pagano (Italy)
Tuan Phung-Duc (Japan)
Thomas B. Preußer (Germany)
Jacques Resing (The Netherlands)
Vladimir Rykov (Russia)
Konstantin Samuylov (Russia)
Sergey Suschenko (Russia)
Daniel Stamate (United Kingdom)
Janos Sztrik (Hungary)
Henk Tijms (The Netherlands)
Oleg Tikhonenko (Poland)
Gurami Tsitsiashvili (Russia)
Vladimir Vishnevsky (Russia)
Vladimir Zadorozhny (Russia)
Local Organizing Committee
Svetlana Moiseeva (TSU, Tomsk) – co-chair
Dmitry Andreichenko (SSU, Saratov) – co-chair
|Mikhail Abrosimov (SSU, Saratov)
Inna Batraeva (SSU, Saratov)
Valentina Broner (TSU, Tomsk)
Elena Danilyuk (TSU, Tomsk)
Vitaliy Dolgov (SSU, Saratov)
Antonina Fedorova (SSU, Saratov)
Ekaterina Fedorova (TSU, Tomsk)
Nadezhda Fokina (SSU, Saratov)
Elena Glukhova (MIPT, Moscow)
Ivan Lapatin (TSU, Tomsk)
Ekaterina Lisovskaya (TSU, Tomsk)
Mikhail Matalytski (GrSU, Grodno, Belarus)
Anna Morozova (TSU, Tomsk)
|Oleg Osipov (SSU, Saratov)
Svetlana Paul (TSU, Tomsk)
Ekaterina Rogachko (SSU, Saratov)
Svetlana Rozhkova (TPU, Tomsk)
Daria Semenova (SFU, Krasnoyarsk)
Maria Shklennik (TSU, Tomsk)
Alexey Shkurkin (TSU, Tomsk)
Igor Shmyrin (TSU, Tomsk)
Elena Stankevich (SSU, Saratov)
Igor Tananko (SSU, Saratov)
Konstantin Voytikov (MIPT, Moscow)
Anton Voitishek (ICMMG SB RAS, Novosibirsk)
Alexander Zamyatin (TSU, Tomsk)
Andrey Zorin (NNSU, Nizhny Novgorod)
Organizing committee contact information:
|Contact: Svetlana Moiseeva
Address: Tomsk State University, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, 634050, Lenina ave. 36, Tomsk, Russian Federation
|Contact: Elena Stankevich
Address: Saratov State University, 410012, Astrakhanskaya st. 83, Saratov, Russian Federation
Russian version of the Conference Web-site: http://itmmconf.tsu.ru.
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