MCITE 2016-17

Mindanao Conference for IT Educators
University of Immaculate Conception  
Fr. Selga St, Davao City
15 February 2017 (Wednesday)
Registration Fee:  P1000 (PSITE Members), P1200 (non-PSITE Members), 
Registration Fee of Presenters: P800 (PSITE Members), P1000 (non-PSITE Members)

Mindanao Conference for IT Educators
University of Immaculate Conception  
Fr. Selga St, Davao City
17 February 2017 (Friday)
Registration Fee:  P200/student including the presenter/s


About MCITE and MCITS

MCITE and MCITS are yearly activities of the Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators XI, Council of Deans in IT Education XI and the Commission on Higher Education XI.  These activities are aimed to provide both the Mindanao-based IT educators and IT students the opportunity to present their research works, projects and other intellectual works. 

Specifically, MCITE was implemented because it was noticed from IT conferences in Cebu and Manila that only few from Mindanao could attend those conferences. Perhaps , this could be due to the high cost of attending conferences outside Mindanao.  With this observation, PSITE XI and CDITE XI initiated and organized the MCITE and this has been going on since 2004.  To provide a venue for students to showcase their works, MCITS was also implemented starting in 2004.

Call for Papers

MCITE and MCITS are now open for submission of papers for presentation in the conference.  Topics for presentation include, but not limited to, the following subject areas: 
  • Algorithmic information theory, Artificial intelligence, Bioinformatics, Computability theory, Computer graphics 
  • Computer networks, Computer system implementation, Computer-aided engineering, Cryptography 
  • Customer relationship management, Digital signal processing, Distributed computing, Document and text processing 
  • Enterprise resource planning, Human Resource Management Systems, Human-computer interaction 
  • Image processing and computer vision, Life and medical sciences, Medical informatics 
  • Pattern recognition 
  • Performance of systems 
  • Robotics 
  • Simulation and Modeling 
  • Speech recognition 
  • Big Data, Machine Learning
  • Symbolic and Algebraic manipulation 
  • Others
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