The 20th International
Computer Science and Engineering Conference 2016

"Smart Ubiquitous Computing And Knowledge."

14 - 17 December 2016, Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel, Chiangmai, Thailand

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Welcome to ICSEC2016

The 2016 International Computer Science and Engineering Conference (ICSEC2016) is the twentieth year premier international conference, this year's theme is "Smart Ubiquitous Computing and Knowledge." ICSEC2016 is hosted by Maejo University, Thailand. This conference not only brings both academicians and practitioners in the field of Computer Science and Engineering from around the world to disseminate the results of their research, but also provides a platform to build a network of researchers in both computational and applied science. The event will be held for three days with well-recognized keynote speakers, advanced workshops and high-quality research presentations delivered by researchers and experts from the international communities.

Authors should submit papers reporting original work that are currently not under review or published elsewhere in the areas of Computer Science and Engineering and emerging technologies in the related fields. ICSEC2016 includes, but are not limited to, the following topics:

  • Information Retrieval
  • Internet of Things
  • Knowledge and Data Management
  • Computer Vision
  • Multimedia and Computer Graphics
  • Ontology and Semantic Web
  • Pervasive and Mobile Computing
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Algorithmic Bioinformatics
  • Cluster and Grid Computing
  • Computational Science and Engineering
  • Computer and Internet Security
  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Geoinformatics
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Keynote

Potchanat

Prof.Dr. Potchanat Samermit

A Note on Computer and Human Intelligence

University of Interdisciplinary Studies (UIDS), USA

Interdisciplinary Scholar & President of International Section. The Interdisciplinary Network of the Royal Institute of Thailand . The Royal Institute of Thailand

Thanarat

Asst.Prof. Dr. Thanarat Chalidabhongse

Reading Text in a Wild

Department of Computer Engineer, Engineer, Chulalongkorn, Thailand

  • Image and video processing
  • Human motion understanding
  • Real-time vision
  • Multimedia
  • Software technology
Charles

Dr.H.C. Charles Singh

Steps for Increasing Data Protection

Country Manager, CompTIA (Thailand), Training Specialists for CompTIA, The IT Industry Trade Association, South Africa

He has over a decade of experience as a Training Specialist for various Certification channels and has also been involved as a member of the Academic Community for various institutions throughout South East Asia.

Somasundaram

Dr.K. Somasundaram

Challenges in Image Segmentation

MSc.,PGDCM, Ph.D.(IISc) Professor Department of Computer Science and Applications Gandhigram Rural Institute, India

  • Medical Imaging
  • Image Compression
  • Image Enhancement
  • Multimedia for Teaching
  • PC-Based instrumentation
  • Theoretical and Computational Plasma Physics

Monzer

Dr. Adib M.Monzer Habbal

The Internet Weather in ASEAN Countries

InterNetworks Research Group, School of Computing, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia

  • Future Internet
  • Internet Performance
  • 5G Mobile Networks
  • Internet of Things

Important Date ICSEC 2016

Registration Fee

* please make payment in Thai Baht ฿
** Early Bird Registration Deadline 18 Nov. 2016
*** A Second paper with the same author of the first paper can register at the co-author rate.
Registration Fee Early Bird Regular
International Track    
    Non-IEEE/ECTI Member 12,000฿ 14,000฿
    IEEE/ECTI Member
    (Both Regular / Student Member)
11,000฿ 13,000฿
    Participant
    (Co-author/ Second Paper/ Non-paper)
8,500฿ 9,500฿
Thai Track    
    Regular 5,500฿ 6,500฿
    Participant 4,500฿ 5,000฿
Registration Fee Lunch Book of Abstract Banquet Souvenir Flash Drive
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Inter : Co-author/ Second Paper/ Non-paper
Participant
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Thai : Regular check check check minus check
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Paper Submission

Submissions must not exceed six (6) pages in the standard IEEE Conference Proceeding format and all submissions must be in PDF format. Manuscript templates are made available on the website (http://www.icsec2016.mju.ac.th). Only electronic submissions in PDF format will be accepted via Confserve submission system (http://www.confserve.org/icsec-2016). All submissions will be subjected to a double-blind review procedure. At least one of the authors is expected to register and present the paper at the conference upon acceptance.

Accepted papers will be published in the ICSEC2016 Proceedings. The non-presented papers will be withdrawn from the conference proceedings. For international track, conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEEXplore Digital Library (IEEE catalog number#39545). In addition, the authors of the high quality papers in international track will be invited to extend their works for the submission to special issues of "Maejo International Journal of Science and Technology" which are indexed by ISI (with impact factor). For Thai track, the selected papers will be proposed for extending the works for submitting to "FEU Academic Review" (TCI1)

Call for Paper

Download: Call for Paper

Submission

www.confserve.org/icsec-2016
16 Oct 2016

Camera-Ready

Before Creating a PDF for IEEE Conference

  1. Please CAREFULLY modify your paper(s) regarding with the Comments for the Reviewers
  2. Please download the folowing documents and CAREFULLY check your camera-ready format with the IEEE Camera-Ready Template as follows
  3. Add the IEEE Copyright Notice: it should appear ONLY IN THE LEFT BOTTOM PART OF THE FIRST PAGE of the paper.
  4. The PDF file characteristics for publishing in the IEEEXplore® Database are described in summary as follows:
    • Embedded All Fonts
    • PDF Version: 1.4 (Acrobat 5) or later
    • MUST use PDF Distiller
    • Paper size:A4
    • Maximum number of pages: 6
    • NO Bookmarks or Links
    • NO Passwords or Security setting
    • NO Allow Crop Marks, Registration Marks, or Other Marks
    • NO Contains Merged Files or Packaged PDF
    • NO Contain Attachments
    • Work with all kind of PDF Viewer

Before Submitting your final Camera-Ready format

Authors have to visit conference's PDF eXpress site in order to check your PDFs file to determine if they are IEEE Xplore®-compatible by November 15, 2016.
  • Log in to the IEEE PDF eXpress™ site (http://www.pdf-express.org).
  • For first-time users should do the following:
    • Select the New Users
    • Enter the following:
      • Conference ID : 39545X
      • Your email address
      • A password
    • Continue to enter information as prompted.
    • An Online confirmation will be displayed and an email confirmation will be sent for verifying your account setup.
  • Existing users of PDF eXpress need to follow the previous steps with the same email and password which were used for previous conferences.

Upload Final Camera-Ready format

The final camera readyfile in IEEE Xplore®-compatible PDF from the previous step is required by November 15, 2016. To be submitted again at Confserve submission system (http://www.confserve.org/icsec-2016). using your email as login. If you have any question, please email to: icsec2016@gmaejo.mju.ac.th

Please note that failure to follow the above instructions may lead to the exclusion of the Final Manuscript from the conference proceedings.


Poster Presentation

For your poster presentation, you must prepare the poster paper size in format 1.2 m high x 0.8 m wide. You have a freedom in displaying your information in text, references, figures, graphs, table, etc in the poster. However, it must be easily readable and clearly, including the background of your research followed by results and conclusions. The title of your poster paper should be done in block letters which at least 1 inch or 2.5 cm high and provides the Authors’ name, email and address information at the top of the poster to identify your paper. Posters will be displayed and presented on Thursday, 15 December from 10:40 to11:10am.

Hotel & Venue

De Chai

De Chai The Oriental Hotel

Featuring an outdoor pool and a restaurant, De Chai the Oriental is located in Nimmanhaemin Road, where trendy coffee shops, and art galleries are just steps away. Views of Doi Suthep.This stylish Colonial-design.

Cozytel

Cozytel

Offering warm Northern-Thai style hospitality, Cozytel Chiangmai is located 200 m from Three Kings Monument.The hotel is 200 m from City Art & Cultural Centre and 400 m from Sunday Walking Street.

Hug Nimman

Hug Nimman Hotel

Hug Nimman Hotel, located in Nimmanhemin, Chiang Mai, is a popular choice for travelers. The city center is merely 3.4 km away and the airport can be reached within 11 minutes. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Yayee

Hotel Yayee

For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Chiang Mai, Hotel Yayee is the perfect choice. Set 4 km from the excitement of the city, this 3.5-star hotel commands an excellent location and provides access to the city's biggest attractions. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Chiang Mai Orchid

Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel

With great care and devotion, the Hotel Chiang Mai Orchid preserves the exotic elegant, charm and the warm atmosphere that characterised the Lanna Thai Era, making it the place of happiness in Chiangmai. At Hotel Chiang Mai Orchid, you are Number One,whoever you are! And nowhere is the city more inviting than at the Hotel Chiang Mai Orchid .

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Travel

Thailand's "Rose of the North" is a cultural and natural wonderland with ethnic diversity, a multitude of attractions and welcoming hospitality.

doi suthep

Doi Suthep Temple

The temple is often referred to as "Doi Suthep" although this is actually the name of the mountain where it's located. It is a sacred site to many Thai people. From the temple, impressive views of Chiang Mai can be seen. The original founding of the templeremains a legend and there are a few varied versions.

Wat Phra Singh

Wat Phra Singh

There are several magnificent and very old temples within the walled old city of Chiang Mai, with the Wat Phra Singh being one of the most attractive.The temple, which is also known as "The Monastery of the Lion Buddha" or "The temple of the Lion Buddha" is an active temple, with hundreds of monks and novices.

DOI MON CHONG

DOI MON CHONG

Situated within the Omkoi Wildlife Sanctuary, Doi Mon Chong is a beautiful mountainous hill featuring attractions such as the near-extinct mountain goat, rare birds, Thailand's largest azelia flowers (blossom during Dec-Jan) as well as breathtaking mountainscape vistas. Hiking trip up Doi Mon Chong can be done within a day.


Chiang Mai Night Safari

Chiang Mai Night Safari

Chiang Mai Night Safari is located in Tambon Mae Hia, Suthep, Muang District, and Tambon Nong Khwai, Hang Dong District, Chiang Mai Province. The total area of 323.81 acres. Chiang Mai Night Safari has modified the style of service that can travel throughout the day. Both during the day and at night and may you have a night zoo, the largest in the world.

Pang Chang

Pang Chang

In Chiang Mai, there are plenty of elephant sanctuaries or Pang Chang where visitors can enjoy showering elephants in the swamp or observe how the hauling equipment’s are mounted on their backs. Elephants in logging operations and elephant shows are open daily. Tapae Mae Ta-man is in Mae Taengdistrict.

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Let's go to Chiang Mai

700km north of the capital city of Bangkok. Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand. There are multiple ways to get around when traveling in Thailand. Flight is certainly the most common one. However, there are a couple of other alternatives available which can increase your travel flexibility. "3 ways" to go to Chiang Mai from Bangkok

Airplane

Airplane

"1hr" flight from bangkok to Chiang Mai (CNX). Domestic airlines, including Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, Thai AirAsia, and Nok Air, operate several flights daily between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Depending on where you are flying from, one of these airlines can also fly you directly to Chiang Mai from Mae Hong Son, Pai, Chiang Rai, and Koh Samui.
1. Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)
2. Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK)

Skyscanner


Train

Train

Taking a train to go back and forth between Bangkok and Chiang Mai could be a pretty good choice if you are not in rush. Actually, sleeping overnight on the train and arriving in the destination the next morning doesn’t really waste any of your travel time.

thai railway


bus

Bus

From Bangkok there are ordinary, 2nd class, and 1st class air-conditioned busses leaving throughout the day from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2) for Chiang Mai. The journey takes approximately 10-12 hours, depending on traffic.

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Committees

Honorary Committee

  • Chamnian Yosraj, MJU

General Chair

  • Rachata Chuaviroj, MJU

General Co-Chair

  • Ekkarat Boonchieng, CMU
  • Piyawan Siriprasertsin, MJU
  • Sirinya Bhackdee, MJU
  • Somsak Choomchuay, KMITL, ECTI

Steering Committee

  • Anan Phonphoem, KU
  • Chaiporn Jaikaeo, KU
  • Chalitda Madhyamapurush, MJU
  • Chantana Chantrapornchai, KU
  • Chularat Tanprasert, NECTEC
  • Ekkarat Boonchieng, CMU
  • Issarachai Ngamroo, KMITL
  • Kanat Poolsawasd, MU
  • Kanda RunapongsaSaikaew, KKU
  • Kosin Chamnongthai, KMUTT
  • Lachana Ramingwong, CMU
  • Narissara Eiamkanitchat, CMU
  • Peraphon Sopatsathit, CU
  • Pichaya Tandayya, PSU
  • Prabhas Chongstitvatana, CU
  • Prasong Praneetpolgrang, SPU
  • Rachada Kongkachandra, TU
  • Sakgasit Ramingwong, CMU
  • Snit Sitti, MJU
  • Somchai Numprasertchai, KU
  • Somjit Arch-Int, KKU
  • Supaporn Kiattisin, MU
  • Vara Varavithya, KMUTNB
  • Veera Boonging, KMITL

Advisory Committee

  • Booncharoen Sirinaovakul ,KMUTT
  • Chidchanok Lursinsap, CU
  • Kanchana Kanchanasut, AIT
  • Kanchit Malaivongs, SPU
  • Kanda Runapongsa, KKU
  • Nontawat Junchareon, KU
  • Pansak Siriruchatapong, NECTEC
  • Peter Haddawy, AIT
  • Punpiti Piamsa-nga, KU
  • Sinchai Kamolphiwong, PSU
  • Somchai Chatratana, NSTDA
  • Suchai Tanawasatein, SPU
  • Suthep Madarasmi, KMUTT
  • Vilas Wuwongse, AIT
  • Wanchai Rivepiboon, CU
  • Yuen Poovarawan, KU

International Advisory Committee

  • Christine Chan, Regina, CA
  • Chia-Fen Chi, NTU, TW
  • Dinh, Thuc, HCMUS, VN
  • Dusit Niyato, NTU, SG
  • Edmund G. Centeno, UPLB, PH
  • Ishbel Duncan, St Andrews, UK
  • James E. Gall, UNC, USA
  • Jin Seek Choi, HANYANG, KR
  • Jongwoo Lim, HANYANG, KR
  • Lian Wen, Griffith, AUS
  • Luigi Benedicenti, Regina, CA
  • Masayuki FUJISE, NICT, JP
  • Maya Ingle, SCSIT, IN
  • Nguyen Dinh, Thuc, HCMUS, VN
  • Potchanat Samermit, UIDS, USA
  • Saravanakumar Ramasamy,TVU, IN
  • Sheng-Luen Chung, NTUST, TW
  • Siva Shankar, NITT, IN
  • Steve Russ, Warwick, UK
  • Susanto Rahardja, I2R, SG
  • Tomio TAKARA, Ryukyus, JP
  • Vinita Nahar, WLV, UK
  • Xue Li, UQ, AUS
  • Xuefei Li, Zeneftis, BC
  • Yixin Chen, WUSTL, USA
  • Yue Xu, QUT, AUS
  • Yuefeng Li, QUT, AUS

Technical Program Committee

  • Alongkot Gongmanee, MJU
  • Dusit Niyato, NTU, SG
  • Lian Wen, Griffith, AUS
  • Nguyen Dinh, Thuc,HCMUS, VN
  • Roungsan Chaisricharoen, MFU
  • Sathaporn Promwong, KMITL
  • Sayan Unankard, MJU
  • Tapana Cheunbarn, MJU
  • Tarek Gaber, SUE, EG
  • Vinita Nahar, WLV, UK
  • Xue Li, UQ, AUS
  • Xuefei Li, Zeneftis, BC

Finance Chairs

  • Chatlada Wongsathan, MJU
  • Kongkarn Dullayachai, MJU
  • Wiboon Promphanich, KMITL, ECTI

Information System Chairs

  • Attawit Changkamanon, MJU
  • Kitisak Osathanunkul, MJU
  • Wanvimon Nadee, MJU

Publication Chairs

  • Arunee Kongdee Aldred, MJU
  • Chutima Kongjaroon, MJU
  • Paween Khoenkaw, MJU
  • Pollakrit Toonkum, RMUTL

Special Session Chair

  • Kanda Saikaew, KKU
  • Kittikorn Hantrakul, MJU
  • Nasi Tantitharanukul, MJU
  • Parot Ratnapinda, MJU
  • Watcharin Sarachai, MJU

General Secretary

  • Jirawan Ronran, MJU
  • Nongkran Khomwichai, MJU
  • Part Pramokchon, MJU

Contact

Department of Computer Science,
Faculty of Science, Maejo University, Thailand

63 Sansai-Phrao Road, Nongharn,
Sansai District, Chiang Mai, 50290

Email: icsec2016@gmaejo.mju.ac.th
Facebook Fanpage: icsec2016