First Russia and Pacific Conference on

 Computer Technology and Applications

(RPC 2010)

Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch

Vladivostok, Russia

6 - 9 September, 2010

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Have you been to Russia Far East? Do you know that Vladivostok hosts one of the 3 branches of Russian Academy of Sciences which conducts world class research? If the answer to these two questions is "no", and you are interested meeting the top scientists in Russia, then you should read on..

The aim of the First Russia and Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications (RPC 2010), which will be held in Russia from 6 to 9 September 2010, is to provide a platform for academics and engineers in computer technology to meet, exchange ideas, and establish professional networks. It is a forum which will focus on specific disciplinary research as well as on multi-disciplinary studies. The uniqueness of RPC is that it enables the scientists in Russia Far East to link with with academics from around the world and gathers researchers from not only technical areas, but also from areas which use the technology.

The conference site, Vladivostok, was founded in 1859 as a naval outpost by Count Nikolay Muravyov-Amursky, who named it after the model of Vladikavkaz, a Russian fortress in the Caucasus. The city's economy was given a boost in 1903, with the completion of the Trans-Siberian Railway which connected Vladivostok to Moscow and Europe. As the main naval base of the Soviet Pacific Fleet, the city was closed to foreigners during the Soviet years and wasn't open until 1998.


Conference Sponsors: Conference Sponsors: Academic Alliance International; IEEE Russian Siberian Section, IEEE NSW Section Australia; Far East Section of Russia Academy of Sciences; Far East National University, Russia; Charles Sturt University, Australia; and Heilongjiang Institute of Science and Technology, China.