CSAI 2018 第二届计算机科学与人工智能国际会议

December 8-10, 2018 | Shenzhen, China.

Accepted papers were included in the conference proceedings (ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-4503-6606-9), which are included in ACM Digital Library, and indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus already.


On December 8, the three-day CSAI 2018 was opened in Novotel Shenzhen Watergate, Shenzhen, China. It is sponsored by College of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Shenzhen University, China. About 140 delegates and guests from 13 regions and countries, such us Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, United States, and Mainland China.

On the morning of December 8, attendees came to the registration venue to sign in and collect the conference materials. At the opening ceremony of the conference on the morning of December 9, the representative of local host (Shenzhen University, China) Dr. Chengwen Luo and Dr. Hadi Sutopo from the Kalbis Institute, Indonesia, the representative of organizing committee respectively delivered an opening speech.

After the opening, Prof. Benjamin W. Wah (IEEE/ACM/AAAS Fellow) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong delivered a keynote speech on the topic "Using Dominance to Harness the Complexity of Big Data Applications".

Next, the 2nd keynote speaker Prof. Ying Tan from Peking University, China talked on "Novel Swarm Intelligence Algorithms-Fireworks Algorithm and Its Applications".

The last keynote speech was from Prof. Ben Niu (Shenzhen University, China), who talked about "Recent Advances in Bacteria-inspired Optimization Algorithms". Participants also express their views, and enthusiastically asked questions.

In the afternoon of December 9 and December 10, the conference was set up with 8 Sessions. Participants made presentations and discussions over 8 topics, ie Machine Learning and System Prediction Algorithm, Neural Network and Algorithm, Software and Application Design, Algorithm and Soft Computing, Network and Information Security, Computer Network and Multimedia Application Technology, Data Management and Signal Analysis, and Target Detection and Pattern Recognition. In addition to the core oral presentation in the academic conference, the conference also has poster sessions, which provides more opportunities for experts and scholars to communicate with each other.

From each session, one best presenter is chosen, which is  evaluated from: Originality, Applicability, Significance, Visual Aids, English Delivery and Timeliness.

Dynamic Facial Expression of 3D Human-Avatars Using AI Algorithm
Chang-Ho Hyun
Kongju National University, South Korea

How Deep Is Optimal for Learning Locally on Smartphone
Zhenggui Xiang
Huawei Technologies Co.,Ltd., China

Virtual Mining Simulation of Cultural Relics Based on Virtual Reality
Sijia Li
Northwest University Xi'an, China

An Extension of MIC for Multivariate Correlation Analysis Based on Interaction Information
Zi-Xuan Zhang
The PLA Army Engineering University, China

A Large Scale Analysis of DNS Water Torture Attack
Xi Luo
Institute of Information Engineering,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Video Editing Stepping Stones—Using podcasts and music videos to introduce editing techniques to Film Studies Students
Adam L. Miller
Aichi Shukutoku University, Japan

EEG-Based Attention Feedback To Improve Focus in E-Learning
Harsh Dabas
Delhi Technological University, India

An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle detection algorithm based on semantic segmentation and visual attention mechanism
Zhang Jiaohao
Beijing Institute of Environmental Features, China

The conference has come to a successful closing, and delegates had a very good time in the conference.