The International Conference on Advanced COMPuting and Applications (ACOMP) is an annual 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 are
all interested in advanced topics of computer science & engineering. The first occurrence of ACOMP was dated back to as early as 2007.
Our 13th occurrence of ACOMP, held in Nha Trang 2019, was a successful event, featuring a total of seven keynotes and a substantial number of papers from Europe, Asia, Oceania and different geographical areas of Vietnam. In the year of 2020, as the new computing trends (e.g., machine learning, blockchain, IoT) continue to gather pace, the 14th edition of ACOMP offers a venue for discussing their impact on and momentum of the rather well-established areas of software engineering, computer engineering, high performance computing and image processing. In addition to research themes that accommodate high-quality regular technical papers, we host an industry panel facilitating viable discussions on the impact of cutting-edge technology on today's IoT-enabled, AI-powered smart society. ACOMP 2020 will be co-located with the 7th International Conference on Future Data and Security Engineering, both of which will be held on the campus of Quy Nhon University in Central Vietnam.
Our ACOMP series are at an expanding pace. For the first time in our history, we offer a best paper award to the author(s) of the highest-scoring paper based on technical merit at ACOMP 2020.
ACOMP'2020 Proceedings will be published by the Conference Publishing Services. All the presented papers are to be submitted to the IEEE Xplore and IEEE CS Digital Library. Post-conference publication opportunities include a special issue with Springer Nature of Computer Science. ACOMP proceedings have been indexed by the DBLP and other major bibliography portals since 2015.