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International Conference on Communications and Mobile Computing Held at SDUST

The 3rd International Conference on Communications and Mobile Computing, initiated by the US International Studies Association and hosted by SDUST was convened on April 18th, 2011. Communications and mobile computing experts from more than 10 countries and regions like the US, Canada, UK, Australia, India, the Switzerland, Pakistan, etc., scholars and postgraduate students from domestic universities and research institutions totaling over 200 participated the Conference.
Among those attending the opening ceremony were Prof. Jin Fengxiang, Vice-President of SDUST, Vigay Bhargava, IEEE Chair and professor of British Columbia University, Prof. Yuan Dongfeng, Chair of the Conference and Dean of the College of Information Science and Engineering, Shandong University, Prof. Cao Maoyong, Deputy-Chair of the Conference and Dean of the College of Information and Electrical Engineering, SDUST and others. Prof. Wang Chengxiang from Hatiot Watt University, UK presided over the opening ceremony.
Vice-President Jin gave a welcome speech. He congratulated the convocation of the conference and briefed SDUST’s recent developments. He stated that present research on communications and mobile computing focused on wireless communications systems, wireless computer networks, key fibre-optical communications technology, pattern recognition, robot technology, mobile computing, cloud computing, wireless sensing net, etc. He hoped the Conference could provide a platform for academic exchange and help to promote global education and information technology with the joint efforts of both domestic and overseas scholars.
Prof. Vigay Bhargava, Prof. Shen Xuemin from University of Waterloo, Canada, Prof, Song Min from Old Dominion University, US made key note speeches respectively at the opening ceremony.
The 3-day Conference had two forums for discussions on key issues of the field. 271 thesises were collected and 125 were presented.