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Conference Tutorials

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All tutorials are free to registered conference attendees. Those who are interested in attending one or more of the tutorials are to sign up on site at the conference registration desk in Las Vegas.


Energy-Aware Resource Management for Computing Systems
Professor H. J. Siegel
Date & Time: July 27, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Gold Room

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Best Practices for Developing Real-World Mobile Apps, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Web Services
Dr. Sandeep Chatterjee
Date & Time: July 27, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Platinum Room

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What Should We Know About Computational Humor
Dr. Julia M. Taylor
Date & Time: July 27, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Copper Room

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Introduction to Cryptography and Network Security
Dr. Asoke Nath
Date & Time: July 27, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Silver Room

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Cyberwarfare, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
Dr. George Markowsky
Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Ballroom 2

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Building Dependable Distributed Systems
Prof. Wenbing Zhao
Date & Time: July 27, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Sterling ABC Room

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Analyzing and Protecting RFID and Card Access Systems
Prof. Rob Byrd
Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Platinum Room

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eMaintenance: Knowledge Discovery in asset data by the means of data mining
Prof. Diego Galar
Date: Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (06:00pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Ballroom 1

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JavaFX Quickstart – Moving Beyond Swing for Rich User Interfaces
Dr. Mark C. Lewis
Date: Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Ballroom 4

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Data Privacy for Emerging Mobile Cloud Apps
Mehdi Bahrami
Date: Date & Time: July 29, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Ballroom 1

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Integrative Big-data Analysis for Translational Genomics Research
William Yang & Prof. Kenji Yoshigoe
Date: Date & Time: July 30, 2015 (03:40pm - estimated duration: about 1+ hour)
Location: Gold Room

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Application of MATLAB in Science and Engineering
Dr. Asoke Nath
Date: Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Sterling ABC

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Human Motion Tracking and Recognition with Microsoft Kinect
Prof. Wenbing Zhao
Date: Date & Time: July 28, 2015 (05:40pm - estimated duration: about 2+ hours)
Location: Ballroom 5

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    Additional Tutorial Sessions are being planned. Interested parties should contact the Steering Committee (sc@world-comp.org) for detail.

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