International Conference on Advanced Computing and Applications

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Nov 28-30, 2018

Co-located with FDSE2018


ACOMP 2018 International Conference

The conference detailed program is available

The International Conference on Advanced COMPuting and Applications (ACOMP) is an annual, multi-track international forum for academics, engineers, practitioners and research students to exchange their ideas, techniques, methods, and state-of-the-art applications for advanced computing. Initially formed as a scientific venue for high-performance computing & advanced applications, the conference kept expanding and had a pedigree of attracting international and Vietnamese participants who both are interested in advanced topics of computer science & engineering. The first occurrence of ACOMP was dated back to as early as 2007.

We are heading for the 12th occurrence of the ACOMP conference in the year of 2018 as the conference is held at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, colocated with FDSE 2018. In this edition, we aim to build an international, research-centric yet industry-friendly, environment where motivating ideas, intriguing talks, exciting discussions and fruitful collaboration in emerging fields and future trends of computer-related disciplines could flourish. ACOMP 2018 is calling for papers in the following themes: software engineering, high performance computing, embedded systems, image processing, and IoT systems & technologies.

Conference venue: ACOMP 2018 will be held in the main campus of the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology. Located near the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, the hosting university serves as the leading research and education hub for sciences & engineering in the southern area of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City is the largest, most populous and fast-growing city in Vietnam.

Conference dates: November 28-30, 2018.

Conference Publication

ACOMP 2018 Proceedings will be published by the Conference Publishing Services (CPS). All the presented papers are to be submitted to the IEEE Xplore and IEEE CS Digital Library. ACOMP proceedings started to be indexed by the DBLP bibliography since 2015.