The Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, and the IoT Research Institute at the Eszterhazy Karoly University, jointly with the University of Debrecen, organized the 10th International Conference on Applied Informatics (ICAI) in Eger.
The ICAI conference has a great tradition of more than 20 years. On the current, 10th ICAI, we had more than 100 participants from 6 countries who gave more than 80 talks. Two parallel sections made it possible for the audience to get acquinted with the state-of-the-art of IT innovations, ongoing research and developments, to ask questions and to propose recommendations, in order to strengthen the cooperation between scientific institutions.
ICAI has alway been open to IT companies, in order to bring industry and research closer to each other. Such a closer relationship can catalyze innovation.
The conference organized sections in the following topics: artificial intelligence, computer graphics, database systems, cryptography, cloud services, Internet of Things, medical informatics, functional programming, operational research, software design and object oriented programming, testing and verification, computer networks, computer statistics, and education. The plenary talks were given by Prof. Tien Van Do (Budapest University of Technology and Economics), Istvan Fazekas (University of Debrecen), Lehel Csato (Babes-Bolyai University), Gergely Kovasznai (Eszterhazy Karoly University), Zoltan Porkolab and Tamas Kozsik (Eotvos Lorand University).
The webpage of the conference: http://icai.uni-eszterhazy.hu
On the webpage, the abstracts of all the talks are available: http://icai.uni-eszterhazy.hu/abstracts
Photo: Szántó György