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  • October. 9, 2015: List of students who receive student support grand
  • September. 26, 2015: Final program has been posted
  • September. 15, 2015: Preliminary program is online
  • July. 21, 2015: Online registration is now available
  • Jul 17. 08, 2015: Final camera ready submission instructions are available here
  • July. 08, 2015: The list of papers accepted for PR4MCA 2015 is available here. Detailed reviews will be made available in the next days.
  • July. 06, 2015: The list of papers accepted for presentation at KSE 2015 is available here. Detailed reviews will be made available in the next days.
  • July. 1, 2015: Notification of paper acceptance date is postponed until July 6, 2015. Please accept our sincere apology for any inconvenience this may have caused!
  • June. 8, 2015: Authors of accepted papers presented at KSE 2015 will be invited to submit extended versions of their manuscripts for consideration in Journal of Science and Technology: The Section on Information and Communication Technology (LQDTU JICT).
  • June. 1, 2015: Due to numerous requests, the organizers of  the PR4MCA 2015 workshop decided to extend the paper submission deadline to June 12th, 2015 11:59 PM (PDT).

KSE 2015

The KSE conference is an open international forum for presentation, discussion and exchange of the latest advances and challenges in research of Knowledge and Systems Engineering. The main objective of the conference is to bring together researchers, academics, practitioners and students not only to share research results and practical applications but also to foster collaboration in research and education in KSE. The seventh edition of the conference, KSE 2015, will be held in Ho Chi Minh, the biggest city of Vietnam, during October 08-10, 2015, and organized by the University of Information Technology (UIT), Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City. KSE 2015 solicits contributions dealing with any aspects of Knowledge and Systems Engineering.  Proposal for special sessions and workshops are welcome and encouraged.


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The list of main topics includes (but is not limited to):


• Natural Language Processing
• Multimedia & Pattern Recognition
• Evolutionary Learning
• Network and System Security

• Biomedical Information Processing

• Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
• Data Mining & Big Data
• Information System Engineering
• Knowledge Management
• System Engineering
• Software Systems Engineering

• Web Services
• Cloud Computing, Computing Models

• Human Machine Interaction




- Deadline for paper submission: 11:59 PDT (UTC-7) May 23, 2015 (Final).

- Deadline for updates of existing submissions: 11:59 PDT (UTC-7) May 28, 2015.

- Notification of acceptance/rejection: July 1, 2015. July 6, 2015.

- Deadline for the final camera-ready: July 15, 2015. July 24, 2015.

- Deadline for author registration: July 30, 2015.




The authors are invited to submit their full papers by the deadline through the KSE 2015 submission page The submissions will be peer-reviewed for originality and scientific quality. The proceedings will be published by IEEE and be available at the conference. Papers should follow the LaTeX series format as described at IEEE-cs’s website and should not exceed 6 pages (

Post-conference publication: Several journal special issues related to KSE 2015 will be announced in due course.


We  are pleased to announce 5 special sessions for KSE 2015.  The full list of special sessions is:


1. Special Session: Legal Text Processing

Session Organizers:

Ngo Xuan Bach (PTIT, Vietnam)

Makoto Nakamura (Nagoya University, Japan)

Katsuhiko Toyama (Nagoya University, Japan)


Legal text processing is a research area of natural language processing (NLP) specialized for legal texts. The recent development of NLP, which has entered a period of statistical processing, makes it possible to realize advanced intelligent processing. However, research on the legal domain is still a work in progress due to insufficient language resources. The difficulty also comes from requirements of expertise in law, and the feasibility of legal knowledge bases. Thus far, these problems have been discussed in different fields such as NLP, Legal Informatics, and AI and Law. This special session aims to bring together researchers and developers with all these different backgrounds to discuss and exchange new ideas and the latest achievements in legal text processing.

Information about the post-conference publication is updated!!

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2. Special Session: Fuzzy logics and Intelligent Systems


Session Organizers

Bui Cong Cuong (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam)

Philip Moore  (Lanzhou University, China)

Hai Van. Pham Hanoi (University of Science and Technology,Vietnam)


Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems reflects the most recent developments in fuzzy logic, neural networks, and their application in intelligent systems. The aim of the session is to present topical and innovative research utilizing fuzzy theories, applications in intelligent systems. This session provides a forum for engineers, researchers, and scientists to exchange the latest results.


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3. Special Session: Bioinformatics and Computational Biology


 Session Organizers

  • Dang Hung Tran (Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam)
  • Ngoc Tu Le (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
  • Cuong Nguyen (Institute of Biotecnology, VAST, Vietnam)
  • Ly Le (School of Biotechnology, Ho Chi Minh International University, Vietnam)

BCB2015 (Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2015) aims at bringing together researchers, students and industrial practitioners for exchange of new developments  in all areas of bioinformatics and  computational biology. We  invite original  full papers on any topic related to bioinformatics and computational biology. The submitted papers have not been published or under consideration for publication in any other journal or conference. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:  

  • Expression Data Analysis
  • Biological Sequence Analysis
  • Genome and Transcriptome Analysis
  • Disease Gene Prioritization
  • Protein-Protein Interaction Network
  • Gene Regulatory Network
  • Statistical Genetics
  • Systems Biology
  • Computational Proteomics
  • Computational Structural Biology
  • Large-scale Data Management

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4. Special Session: Knowledge Representation and Intelligent Software

 Session Organizers:

  • Jason J. Jung (Yeungnam University, Korea)
  • Nhon V. Do (University of Information Technology, Vietnam)
  • Bao Pham (University of Science, Vietnam)

Knowledge Representaion (KR) and Reasoning are exciting and well-established fields of research in knowledge engineering. KR is key drivers of innovation in computer science, and they have applied in many practical applications in a wide range of areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge-based Systems, Expert Systems, Intelligent Problems Solver, Decision Support Systems and another Intelligent Software. In recent years, KR has also derived challenges from new and emerging fields including the semantic web, computational biology, and the development of software agents. This special session aims to bring together researchers and developers with all these different backgrounds to discuss and exchange new ideas and the latest achievements in KR and its applications.

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Methods and Tools for KR
  • Ontology Engineering
  • Automated reasoning
  • Knowledge Acquisition
  • Knowledge-based systems
  • Logic programming
  • Vision Computer and Pattern Recognition
  • Expert Systems
  • Intelligent Problem Solvers
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Semantic Web
  • Intelligent Agents
  • Intelligent software in education, medical, mangement, bussiness, …

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5. Special Session: Information System and Communication Protocol for Vehicular Technology

 Session Organizers:

  • Dong-Chul Park (Myongji  University, Korea)
  • Soo-Young Min (Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Korea)

In the last decade, major developments on information systems for vehicular technology have been witnessed. These new developments have led to an enormous increase in competitiveness among companies and new technology is needed to capitalize on the information systems. Hardware configuration as well as algorithm development for a certain communication topology such as the synchronous Ethernet communication become a vital technology for vehicles equipped with various electronic equipment including cameras and different sensors. This research trend includes the development of real time control and communication for over 100Mbps traffic data with flexible configuration of network topologies among different manufactures. This research also requires the development of intelligent safety information system for vehicle and drivers. The aim of this special session is to bring together individuals from academia, industry and government to discuss and exchange ideas in the fields of mobile, wireless and vehicular technology as well as the applications and services associated with such technology. Features include regular research track and industrial track. In industrial track, up-to-date development reports and work-in-progress papers from industry are invited.

Topics of Interests, but not limited:

  • PHY/MAC layer protocol for vehicle communication
  • Integrated gateway based on 1 Gbps Synchronous Ethernet
  • Intelligent safety system with Around View Monitoring
  • Intelligent pedestrian identification and classification system
  • Error detection and correction technology
  • IV/OV network system
  • Multi-channel imaging system communication and pedestrian safety system
  • Multi-sensor data integration

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