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2nd Russian-Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications (RPC 2017)

Vladivostok, Russia
25-29 September, 2017

Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch
Far Eastern Federal University
IEEE NSW Section, Australia

We cordially invite you to attend the 2nd Russian-Pacific Conference on Computer Technology and Applications (RPC-2017) to be held during September 25-29, 2017, in Vladivostok, Russia The aim of the conference 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 to link with academics from around the world and gathers researchers from not only technical areas, but also from areas which use the technology.

The conference proceedings will be published in the international journal "Information Technology in Industry". It is indexed in Web of Science (Emerging Sources Citation Index) by Thomson Reuters. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by experts on the basis of originality, significance and clarity, and only those papers presenting novel research results or successful innovative applications are accepted for publication.

About Vladivostok

Vladivostok is among the ten most up and coming cities of the world, as determined by the special UNESCO Commission. Of all the European-style cities it is the closest to the Asian Pacific region. Vladivostok is the capital and the largest city of Primorye and, of course, one of the most interesting and remarkable cities of Russia. The city is located on a range of hills, which on one side borders the Pacific Ocean and the other forests. Vladivostok is major industrial, transport, scientific and cultural center and biggest ocean port of Russia on the coast of Pacific Ocean.

On June 20, 1860 the military supply ship Manchur called at the Golden Horn Bay to found an outpost of Vladivostok ("possess the East"). In 1862 it officially became a port. On April 28 (May 10), 1880 Vladivostok was officially proclaimed a city and in 1889 - a fortress. The construction of the Trans-Siberian Railroad that began in 1891 served as a jump-start for the rapid growth of the city. Everything in Vladivostok bears connection with the sea: the city's history, landscapes, and industry. Even the railroad, which ends where the ocean begins. Vladivostok provides all major ways of transportation. It is the terminus of Trans-Siberian Railroad the longest railroad in the world, and the most extended air-route of Russia. Vladivostok has wide network of hotels, museums, theatres and concert halls.

Our neighbour countries are Chinese People's Republic, Japan, South Korea and Korean national democratic republic. It is possible to arrive to Vladivostok through Seoul, Busan (South Korea), Toyama, Niigata, Osaka (Japan), Harbin, Dalian, Beijin, Mudanjiang (China). Consulates and embassies of USA, Japan, China, South Korea, Canada, Australia, Vietnam are located in Vladivostok. Visa support is carried out through Moscow or Vladivostok.

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