4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics
January 3-6, 2019
The 4th Annual International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics (RTCSE® 2019) will be held from January 3rd (Thursday) to January 6th (Sunday) at the University of Hawaii (Manoa campus) in Honolulu, Hawaii on the island of Oahu ("the gathering place"), home to about two-thirds of the population of the U.S. state of Hawaii.
The 2019 International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics (RTCSE® 2019) will once again serve as a key gathering place for academicians and professionals from Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics and related fields to come together and learn from each other. An additional goal of the conference is to provide a place for academicians and professionals from around the world with cross-disciplinary interests related to these topics to meet and interact with members inside and outside their own particular disciplines.
The 2018 conference was a great success! It was attended by more than 200 participants representing more than 20 countries! See more information about previous RTCSE conferences
2018 RTCSE Best Paper Awards
Best Paper Awards are presented at RTCSE conferences to authors whose work represents groundbreaking research in their respective areas. By recognizing these select papers for their ingenuity and importance, RTCSE highlights some of the theoretical and practical innovations that are likely to shape the future of engineering and computing. Congratulations to our 2018 award winners!
2018 Best Research Paper Award
Presenting Author: Jason Levy*
Application of Very High-resolution Pictometry Imagery to Assessing Albizia Risk in Hawai'i
Co-authors: Qian Zhang**, Richard Frost*, Qi Chen**, Joseph Valenti**, Ross Prizzia* and Jim Jacobi§
The authors used Pictometry® imagery to highlight disaster risks posed by the highly hazardous invasive albizia tree. Read more about how this disaster management research is promoting transdisciplinary collaborations (across academic programs, government agencies and the private sector), uncovering the economic impacts of invasive species as well transforming community resilience and socio-ecological sustainability in America's "battle against the albizia tree":
The authors recognize the generous support of the Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center (Kilauea Field Station, United States Geological Survey), the Hawaii Invasive Species Council (HISC), the Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (DPEM) program at the University of Hawai'i at West Oahu, as well our numerous allies in the Hawai'i Alliance Watershed Partnership.
2018 RTCSE Best Student Paper Award
Presenting Author: Qian Zhang**
Advances in Machine Learning for Albizia Classification and Disaster Management
Co-authors: Qi Chen**, Richard Frost*, Edward Serrano#, Pearla Muang*, Mercy Puni*, Jason Levy* and Ross Prizzia*