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Special sessions of ICCCC 2014

Written on March 25, 2013.

Special sessions of ICCCC 2014

ICCCC 2014: Approved Special Sessions

Special Session 1. Decision Support Systems for Supply Chain Management and their dynamics. New proposals and directions

Organizer: Angel Ortiz, University  Politécnica Valencia, Spain

Address: Eng. Angel Ortiz, Ph.D., Professor

Centro de Investigación de Gestión e Ingeniería de la Producción

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

Camino de Vera s/n, Edificio 8B - Acceso L Nivel 2

(Ciudad Politécnica de la Innovación)

46022 Valencia – España

Tel.:+34963879680

E-mail: aortiz@cigip.upv.es

Short Bio Sketch: Angel Ortiz is a professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), Spain. He is an  industrial engineer and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from UPV. He are  developing research and enterprises activities in Supply Chain Management, Business Process Management and Information Technologies. He has authored more than 20 papers in journals as Computers in Industry, IJCIM, IJPE, Omega and others. He has participated also in several European Projects of V-CHAIN Project (Virtual Enterprise for Supply Chain Management-GRD1-2000-25881) and University leader of ECOSELL (Extended Collaborative Selling Chain- GRD1-2001-40692), UEML (Unified Enterprise Modelling Language- IST - 2001 - 34229, a Thematic Network) and V-CHAIN ASIA-IT (ASI/B7-301/97/0126-49). Prof. Angel Ortiz has  developed projects about SCM, BPM, IT and Enterprise Engineering in several enterprises from different sectors (automotive, tiles, furniture, beverages, food, packaging, textile, etc.). I am a member of the IFAC TC5.3 “Enterprise Integration and Networking” and IFIP TC5 WG 5.12 “Architectures for Enterprise Integration”. He has participated in several Masters in Spain and courses in others countries like France, Mexico and Sweden.

 Session  Scope

The goal of this workshop is to deal with new proposals in the decision support system (DSS) field related with the integration of the decision-making process concerning Supply Chain Management (SCM) with special focus on demand management and operations planning in a dynamic and distributed environment.

DSS is a computer-based information system, which assists manager in their decision-making process. New requirements needs new DSS proposals to include improvements on the data management, decision models, interaction among systems and people in global decision process.

Special focus will be made over complex decisions where:

1) the DSS proposes different solutions using different decision models or

2) the DSS include a sequential decision process where sub-DSS outputs are inputs for other sub-DSS

Session Topics

Decision Support System is a multidisciplinary research area that can be applied in several sectors.

This special session will be focused to new proposals in the DSS field dealing with:

T.1.1. The main components in DSS

  • Data: Models, Aggregation/Disaggregation, ETL , Data-Driven DSS
  • Decision Models: Mathematical Programming, Solvers, Rules, Expert Systems
  • Processes: Decision sequence, Interaction steps
  • User Interfaces: Interface design, Novel interaction techniques, usability

T.1.2. Complex decisions solved using different models and sequential DSS where DSS outputs are inputs for other DSS

T.1.3. Application in Supply Chain Management using a period-driven or an event-driven approach

T.1.4. DSS Experiences in the industry

T.1.5. DSS in Education

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Special Session 2. Network Optimization and Security

Organizer: Yezyd Donoso, University  de los Andes, Colombia

Address: Eng. Yezid Donoso, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Head of the Information Security Postgraduate and Master Program

Systems and Computing Engineering Department

Universidad de los Andes

Cra. 1 Este No. 19A-40

Phone 57-1-3394949  Ext 1723

Bogotá, Colombia, South America

E-mail: ydonoso@uniandes.edu.co

Short Bio-Sketch: Eng. Yezid Donoso, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at the Universidad de los Andes in the Computing and System Engineering Department in Bogota, Colombia, South America. He is a consultant in computer network and optimization. He holds a degree in System and Computer Engineering, a M.Sc. degree in System and Computer Engineering, a D.E.A. in Information Technology and a Ph.D. (Cum Laude) in Information Technology from Girona University, Girona, Spain. IEEE Senior Member. Distinguished Professor, given by Universidad del Norte, Colombia, October 2004. National Award of Operations research given by the Colombian Society of Operations Research, 2004. He is co-author of the book Multi-Objective Optimization in Computer Networks Using Metaheuristics (2007) and Network Design for IP Convergence.

Session Scope 

The convergence in communication networks and computing has led the exponential growth of new applications and information systems. Nowadays, users and applications generate and request more data demanding efficient and secure management. New algorithms are needed to manage the network resource allocation improving the network performance, response against failures, congestion and attacks; and to avoid loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability in the network.

Session Topics

T.2.1. Network Optimization

  • Advanced Network Architecture
  • Computational complexity and data structures        
  • Distributed Algorithms for control and management in Communication Systems
  • Energy Efficiency in Wireless Networks
  • Mobility, Handoff, and Location Management
  • Network Algorithm analysis
  • Network Structure, Routing and Resource Management
  • Networks Survivability against Failures, Congestion and Attacks
  • Network Planning
  • Quality of Service / Quality of Experience Optimization
  • Software Define Network
  • Scheduling and Network Optimization
  • Self-Organizing Networks
  • Reliable Networks
  • Special Topics in Network Optimization

T.2.2. Security

  • Intrusion
  • Detection and Prevention Systems
  • Network Authentication and Key Management
  • Network Reliability
  • Privacy and Anonymity
  • Secure Networking
  • Secure Network Protocols
  • Security for Cloud Networking
  • Security for Internet Applications
  • Security for Wireless Sensor networks
  • Security for Smart Grids
  • Security for Vehicular Networks
  • Security for Critical Infrastructures
  • Special Topics in Security

More details at http://univagora.ro/icccc2014/

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