Founded in 1962, The China Computer Federation (CCF) is a non-governmental academic society in China computer science and its related fields. CCF has 11 working committees, 35 technical committees, and 13 varieties of publications. It has more than 20,000 members. CCF is now a sister society association partner of IEEE CS and a strategy partner of ACM.
CNCC (the China National Computer Congress) is the largest and highest academic and technical conference in the area of computer science and technology in China. It was founded in 2003 and is annually held by CCF in different cities while attendees’ size is now more than 3,000 people.
This year, CNCC2015 will be held in Hefei, Anhui province on 22th-24th, October. The theme of CNCC2015 is ‘New internet, new economy’; the topic is about internet that brings the changes to everyone. ACM and IEEE CS are both the cooperators of CNCC2015.
Michael Stonebraker, the winner of the Turning award in 2015, will deliver a keynote speech on CNCC2015. In the past few years, keynote speakers include winners of Turing award and famous scientists all over the world such as Joseph Sifakis (CNRS researcher and the founder of Verimag laboratory), Raj Reddy (pioneer in Computer Science and Artificial), Dejan Milojicic(IEEE Computer Society President 2014), Peter Freeman(the founding dean of Georgia Tech's College of Computing), Dame Wendy Hall(Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire), Vinton Cerf(Father of the Internet),Ivan Sutherland(Father of the Computer Graphics)etc.
This year’s Technical Forums includes Artificial intelligence, China self-made software & hardware, Data Science and Engineering, Big Data, Storage technology, Robot Application, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in College students, Internet Financial. Also a Science and Technology Achievements Exhibition will be composed of high-tech, theme zone and publishers.
Empark Grand Hotel, Anhui
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Address: No.5558 Huizhou Avenue, Binhu Disrict, Hefei City,
Anhui Province, China 230042
Anhui (Chinese: 安徽, pinyin: Ānhuī) is a province of the People's Republic of China. Located in eastern China across the basins of the Yangtze River and the Huaihe River, it borders Jiangsu to the east, Zhejiang to the southeast, Jiangxi to the south, Hubei to the southwest, Henan to the northwest, and Shandong for a tiny section in the north. The capital of the province is Hefei.
The name "Anhui" derives from the names of two cities in south Anhui, Anqing and Huizhou (now Huangshan City). The abbreviation for Anhui is "Wǎn", because there were historically a State of Wan, a Mount Wan, and a Wan river in the province.
Hefei, the capital of Anhui Province, located in the central region of China (Geographical coordinates: 32`N and 117`E) between Yangtze and Huaihe Rivers and near Chaohu Lake. It possesses a strategically important location easily accessible from all directions of the country, and it connects the vast area of Central China.
Hefei, well known both at home and abroad as “a historic site famous from the Three Kingdoms Period and the hometown of Lord Bao”, is a city with a history of more than 2000 years. Since the later Eastern Han Dynasty, it had been made governance site several times of the local government as a county or prefecture, constantly an important administration center and a crucial military stronghold in the region between Huaihe River and Yangtze River.
The name of “Hefei” first appeared in the Collected Biographies of Merchants under the Historical Records written by Sima Qian, a famous writer and historiographer in Chinese history. It goes like: Hefei, impacted economically from both north and south, was a collection and distribution center for furs, leather, aquatic products and timber. Between Qin and Han Dynasties, it was chartered as Hefei County, coming under the jurisdiction of Jiujiang Prefecture. Liu Xiu, an emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty, upgraded Hefei to be a Kingdom. By the Three Kingdoms Period, Hefei was the seat of the government of Yangzhou Prefecture. Then between Ming and Qing Dynasties, it became the seat of the government of Luzhou Prefecture. Hence Hefei came to be also known as Luzhou.
Hefei enjoys a subtropical humid monsoon climate featuring mild climate with distinct seasons and appropriate precipitation. In spring the temperature varies frequently with an obvious raining period, rainfall concentrates in summer while autumn has crisp air and clear sky. The average temperature is 15.7℃, the mean precipitation is about 1000 millimeters and sunshine-time accounts for 2100 hours annually.
Since the opening-up and reform, Hefei has entered a fast track for its economic and social development. Its GDP has grown at a two-digit rate for more 20 years, resulting in a constant increase in its economic comprehensive strength.
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