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FECS'10: July 12, 2010 Schedule

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6:30am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)

08:30 - 08:45am:  WORLDCOMP'10 Opening Remarks - July 12, Monday:
                  Prof. Hamid R. Arabnia (General Chair & Coordinator)
                  University of Georgia, Georgia, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

08:45 - 09:40am:  Keynote Lecture - July 12, Monday:
                  Computing With Words and Perceptions - A Paradigm Shift
                  Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh
                  Professor EECS & Director BISC; Member, National Academy of
                  Engineering; Fellow of IEEE, ACM, AAAS, AAAI, and IFSA;
                  University of California, Berkeley, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

09:45 - 10:40am:  Keynote Lecture - July 12, Monday:
                  Search for Life in the Universe
                  Dr. Firouz Naderi
                  Associate Director, Project Formulation and Strategy, Jet
                  Propulsion Laboratory, CalTech/NASA; Head, NASA Mars Exploration
                  Program (2000-2005); Fellow, AIAA; Recipient of NASA's
                  Outstanding Leadership Medal & Space Technology Hall of Fame
                  Medal & NASA's highest award, the Distinguished Service Medal.
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

10:45 - 11:35am:  Keynote Lecture - July 12, Monday:
                  Looking Ahead at Heterogeneous Systems: A Suppliers Perspective
                  Jon Huppenthal
                  President and Chief Executive Officer, SRC Computers, LLC
                  Co-Founder (with Late Seymour Cray)
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

11:40a - 12:20p:  Keynote Lecture - July 12, Monday:
                  Cloud Computing: The Next Revolution in Information Technology
                  Prof. Rajkumar Buyya
                  Director, CLOUDS Lab, The University of Melbourne, Australia;
                  CEO, Manjrasoft Pvt Ltd, Melbourne, Australia; Recipient of the
                  2009 IEEE Medal for Excellence in Scalable Computing;
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

12:20 - 01:20pm   LUNCH (On Your Own)

                  LABORATORY PRACTICES
                  Co-Chairs: Dr. Donald R. Schwartz, Department Chair, Millsaps College, USA
                  and Prof. Dr. Hans Werner Lang, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
                  July 12, 2010 (Monday); 01:20pm - 03:20pm
                  (LOCATION: Platinum Room)

01:20 - 01:40pm:  Teaching Parallel Programming with Multi-core Computers
                  Jie Liu and Feng Liu
                  Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon, USA;
                  Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, P. R. China

01:40 - 02:00pm:  Distributed Laboratories: A Finite State Machine Module
                  Bonnie Ferri, Jill Auerbach, Hongyi Qu
                  Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

02:00 - 02:20pm:  Incorporating Service Learning into Capstone/Software
                  Engineering Group Projects
                  Donald R. Schwartz
                  Millsaps College, Jackson, MS, USA

02:20 - 02:40pm:  Critical Areas of Focus in a First Graduate Software Engineering Course
                  S. Steele, K. Yip, X. Li
                  Polytechnic Institute of NYU, Brooklyn, New York, USA

02:40 - 03:00pm:  Some 'Lost' Computational Language
                  Ken R. Riggs
                  Florida A&M University, Florida, USA

03:00 - 03:20pm:  The Acantelys Model to Build Effective Partnerships Between
                  Industry and Academy Using Real Work Situations in the
                  Designing of Virtual Labs and Simulations
                  Juan Jose Martinez Castillo
                  Yacambu University, Venezuela; Acantelys Research Group, Venezuela

03:20 - 03:40pm:  BREAK

03:40 - 05:20pm:  During this period, FECS'10 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to SERP'10, MSV'10, CGVR'10, ICOMP'10,
                  SWWS'10, SAM'10, & EEE'10. These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of FECS'10.

                  July 12, 2010 (Monday)
                  (LOCATION: Hallways of Ballrooms 1-5)

                  O. Implementation of e-Learning Contents for Understanding Fuzzy
                     Logic Controllers
                     Dongsik Kim, Sunghwan Kim, Jongsik Lim, Changwan Jeon, Youngmi Go
                     Soonchunhyang University, Korea
                  O. Implementation of a Web-Based Remote Laboratory for 80196KC
                     SaeRon Han, Seonghwan Kim, Kwan Sun Choi, Jongsik Lim,
                     Dongsik Kim, ChangWan Jeon, Sunheum Lee, YeonSang Woo, HeungGu Jeon
                     SoonChunHyang University, Korea;  Anyang University, Korea
                  O. Virtualization Technology for CS/IT Education
                     Mohammed Ketel
                     University of Baltimore, Maryland, USA
                  O. Fitting Technology to the Mathematics Pedagogy: Its Effect on
                     Student's Academic Achievement
                     Leila R. Gano ...
                     University of the East (UE), Philippines
                  O. Introducing Cryptography Course in Computer Science Undergraduate
                     Hira Narang and Chung-Han Chen
                     Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama, USA
                  O. There will also be a number of other papers.

                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)

                  July 12 - Monday; 9:00pm - 11:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballrooms 1-5)

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