2024 4th International Conference on Computer Network Security and Software Engineering (CNSSE 2024)
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CNSSE 2022

The 2022 2nd International Conference on Computer Network Security and Software Engineering has been held on February 26, 2022 online. Due to the effect of  Coronavirus, the conference has changed to online congference. 

CNSSE 2022 focuses on Computer network security、Software engineering、Signal processing、Program analysis and so on. This conference aims to boost development of the Greater Bay Area, expand channels of international academic exchange in science and technology, build a sharing platform of academic resources, promote scientific innovation on the global scale, improve academic cooperation between China and the outside world, enhance development of IAB (IT, AI, biomedicine) industries.It also aims to encourage exchange of information on research frontiers in different fields, connect the most advanced academic resources in China and abroad, turn research results into industrial solutions, bring together talents, technologies and capital to boost development. In addition, the conference has a Hunan Branch (hosted by Poems and Dreams Publisher).

● CNSSE 2022 has been published by IOP Conference Series: Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS) (ISSN:1742-6588). (Read More)

● CNSSE 2022 conference proceedings has been indexed by Ei Compendex. (Read More)

● CNSSE 2022 conference proceedings has been indexed by Scopus. (Read More)

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Keynote Speech 1:

Assoc. Prof. Lei Zhang 

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Speech Title: Content Security of Digital Images


Keynote Speech 2:

Assoc. Prof. Xin Yan, IEEE Member

Wuhan University of Technology, China

Speech Title: Accurate estimation of spectral parameters for distributed machine learning on mobile networks


Keynote Speech 3:

A. Prof. Pavel Loskot

Zhejiang University-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Institute (ZJUI), China

Speech Title: Towards Interpretable Computing: Processing Event Time Series to Understand Models of Dynamic Systems


Keynote Speech 4:

Dr. Julien LE KERNEC

James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, UK

Speech Title: Radar sensing in assisted living: latest developments