The 3rd  International Conference on Computer and Information Sciences

- ICCIS 2017- 

May 9-11, 2017

Kyoto Research Park, Kyoto, Japan


 Tentative program is now announced ,please check soon

Organized by Higher Education Forum (HEF), the 3rd International Conference on Computer and Information Sciences (ICCIS) is an international platform for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of Computer and Information Sciences .

2017 ICCIS will take place from May 9-11, 2017 in Kyoto, Japan. Prospective authors are invited to submit original research abstracts or full papers which were not, are not and have not been submitted/published/under consideration in other conferences and journals.

ICCIS Schedule

Submission Deadline

- Jan. 20th, 2017 Extend To Feb 20th, 2017

Notification of Acceptance 

- Feb. 10th, 2017

Early Bird Registration Deadline

Mar. 1st, 2017 Extend to Mar. 8th, 2017

Regular Registration Deadline

- Mar. 21th, 2017

(Check Rate)

ICCIS Conference

- May 9-11th, 2017

ICCIS Submission Topic

Computer Sciences 

Computing Education (E-Learning)

Information Technology

Information Management

** Check CFP for more information

Michelle Kawamura

-Greeting from the Local Host-

Michelle Kawamura Ph.D

Associate Professor

School of Economics, Ritsumeikan University
Shiga Japan

Dear scholars and friends,

On behalf of Higher Education Forum I would like to welcome you all to Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto is a city representing a mixture of traditional Japanese cultures and modernization. From the well preserved constructions over centuries old, thousands of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines to the untouched nature, this one of a kind place is unique in today’s world. It is also these elements which attract people who appreciate and value historical surroundings. Beyond the various fascinating historical and traditional sites in Kyoto, the city also offers convenient transportation, comfortable accommodation, delicacies from all parts of the world and most of all, the hospitality of Kyoto. People in Kyoto welcome tourists to explore their culture, experience their customs and traditions. All these reasons led to an increasing number of foreign visitors to Kyoto every year. Some people visit for the first time and many others visit more than once.

Each year, many scholastic conferences of various disciplines take place in Kyoto. Kyoto has over 33 national, public and private universities. It also has over 57 vocational and technical schools. Including graduate schools and public and private research institutions, Kyoto takes pride in its education system, scholastic and research development. This is one of the reasons that many domestic and international conferences select Kyoto to host their conferences.

This is my third time, in three years to proudly act as the local host of Kyoto for the Higher Education Forum to welcome all the guests from all over the world. I have presented in 2014 and gave a welcome and keynote speech last year. I have met many professionals from different fields and exchanged knowledge from our researches to cultural experiences. The opportunity here is beyond scholastic exchange, but to also connect us to various cultures to become more aware of cultural differences, empathy and tolerance for others. I have gained new friends and learned profoundly here in the past 2 years participating in the conferences held by the Higher Education Forum. I sincerely hope you will enjoy your stay in Kyoto and bring home lots of experiences and knowledge from this conference.

See you soon~

Michelle Kawamura


Higher Education Forum (HEF)
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