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2020 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.


2020 IEEE/ACM 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)

ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations,trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering. The scopeis broad and includes all original and unpublished results of empirical, conceptual, experimental,and theoretical software engineering research.


2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR)

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2018 IEEE 42nd Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It isone of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discussresearch results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies andapplications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrialcase studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and anumber of workshops on emerging important topics.

  • 2005 IEEE 29th International Computer Software and Applications Conference COMPSAC 2005

  • 2006 IEEE 30th International Computer Software and Applications Conference COMPSAC 2006

  • 2007 IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference COMPSAC 2007

  • 2008 IEEE 32nd International Computer Software and Applications Conference COMPSAC 2008

    COMPSAC is a major international forum for researchers, practitioners, managers, and policy makers interested in computer software and applications. It was first held in Chicago in 1977, and since then it has been one of the major forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss the state of art, new advances, and future trends in software technologies and practices. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions and fast abstracts.

  • 2009 IEEE 33rd International Computer Software and Applications Conference - COMPSAC 2009

    COMPSAC is a major international forum for researchers, practitioners, managers, and policy makers interested in computer software and applications. It was first held in Chicago in 1977, and since then it has been one of the major forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss the state of art, new advances, and future trends in software technologies and practices. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions and fast abstracts. It

  • 2010 IEEE 34th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference - COMPSAC 2010

    COMPSAC is a major international forum for researchers, practitioners, managers, and policy makers interested in computer software and applications. It was first held in Chicago in 1977, and since then it has been one of the major forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss the state of the art, new advances, and future trends in software technologies and practices. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions and fast abstracts.

  • 2011 IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference - COMPSAC 2011

    As one of the flagship conferences for the Computer Society, COMPSAC is the unique international conference for hosting computation as a base science, necessarily applied to applications, employing all aspects of the computing discipline. Keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, a doctoral symposium, and workshops on emerging important topics all contribute cohesively to this theme.

  • 2012 IEEE 36th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference - COMPSAC 2012

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is one of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops on emerging important topics.

  • 2013 IEEE 37th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is a major international forum for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results and advancements, emerging problems, and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, plenary and specialized panels, fast abstracts, a doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops on emerging and important topics.

  • 2014 IEEE 38th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is one of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops on emerging important topics.

  • 2015 IEEE 39th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is one of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops on emerging important topics.

  • 2016 IEEE 40th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is one of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discuss research results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops on emerging important topics.

  • 2017 IEEE 41st Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)

    COMPSAC is the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It isone of the major international forums for academia, industry, and government to discussresearch results, advancements and future trends in computer and software technologies andapplications. The technical program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrialcase studies, panel discussions, fast abstracts, doctoral symposium, poster sessions, and anumber of workshops on emerging important topics.


2018 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)

ISTAS is a multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary forum for engineers, policy makers, entrepreneurs, philosophers, researchers, social scientists, technologists, and polymaths to collaborate, exchange experiences, and discuss the social implications of technology.



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Future of millennial generations: A review

2018 Advances in Science and Engineering Technology International Conferences (ASET), 2018

Millennials are the generation which did not have cell phones when they were born and they did not get phone until they were in high schools. This millennial generation has a grounding in the pre-digital world but has grown up alongside the technology. Most millennials who got raised in the digital technology era have more choices available than any generation ...


The growth and impact of the internet on the users: A research on Internet phenomena in Indonesia in 2016

2017 10th International Conference on Human System Interactions (HSI), 2017

This work is motivated by the phenomenon of sophistication of Internet technology which nowadays is rapidly evolving in Indonesia. Indonesia is a developing country which has a great enthusiasm for Internet technology. In history, the Indonesian government began developing the Internet in the early 1980s at the state universities in Indonesia. Internet started to become popular since the collapse of ...


Age-related Differences in Work Motivations: The Case of SMEs

2018 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM), 2018

Human resource management practices in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are often informal and underdeveloped due to a lack of resources such as time, money, and competencies. Workforces are also becoming increasingly diverse in terms of age groups, so often three different generations are present in a single workplace. This study's primary goal was to examine whether work motivation factors ...


WIP: Longitudinal outcomes of a requirement for student-owned laptop computers across a college of engineering

2017 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2017

This WIP focusses on one component of our updated first year engineering program (FYEP), a student-owned laptop requirement. Requiring students to bring laptops will enable all students to practice the skills learned during their first-year engineering classes. Other engineering instructors will also be able to require students to bring and use laptops in their courses. Infusing the use of laptops ...


Evolutionary change of higher education driven by digitalization

2017 16th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET), 2017

Changes in higher education are not only technology-driven but even more by societal changes. As generation Y and Z enter the universities, other requirements have to be met, because their learning expectations differ from requirements of former generations. Many scientists highlight the effectivity of new teaching methods especially for higher education. The question is if positive effects are noticeable for ...



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  • Future of millennial generations: A review

    Millennials are the generation which did not have cell phones when they were born and they did not get phone until they were in high schools. This millennial generation has a grounding in the pre-digital world but has grown up alongside the technology. Most millennials who got raised in the digital technology era have more choices available than any generation prior. They are known for lot of positive characteristics as they are the most technologically-advanced generation. Millennials think about careers a little bit differently, which has varying paths, pace and consistent breaks. In this paper, first of all, we review how millennials are shaping the world. We then argue that there are three essential elements in the lifelong learning concept for the millennials - curiosity, empathy and passion towards what you do. These skills would help millennials to stay on their jobs longer and build better career prospects.

  • The growth and impact of the internet on the users: A research on Internet phenomena in Indonesia in 2016

    This work is motivated by the phenomenon of sophistication of Internet technology which nowadays is rapidly evolving in Indonesia. Indonesia is a developing country which has a great enthusiasm for Internet technology. In history, the Indonesian government began developing the Internet in the early 1980s at the state universities in Indonesia. Internet started to become popular since the collapse of the Suharto regime in 1998. Until the end, the Internet became a tool used by many college students to perform a political movement. Since then, the Indonesian community began to recognize the internet-based activity. However, the progress of the Internet in Indonesia also has an impact on behavior change for young generation. This article shows to the government, parents and internet users in Indonesia how shall we manage the advancement of the Internet.

  • Age-related Differences in Work Motivations: The Case of SMEs

    Human resource management practices in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are often informal and underdeveloped due to a lack of resources such as time, money, and competencies. Workforces are also becoming increasingly diverse in terms of age groups, so often three different generations are present in a single workplace. This study's primary goal was to examine whether work motivation factors substantially differ between generations. We chose to focus on motivation as it has favorable outcomes for SMEs, namely, performance, trust, and wellbeing. A sample of 4,439 employees from 93 SMEs revealed that motivational factors vary significantly between generations and people of different ages. The findings further emphasize the need for age management practices in SMEs.

  • WIP: Longitudinal outcomes of a requirement for student-owned laptop computers across a college of engineering

    This WIP focusses on one component of our updated first year engineering program (FYEP), a student-owned laptop requirement. Requiring students to bring laptops will enable all students to practice the skills learned during their first-year engineering classes. Other engineering instructors will also be able to require students to bring and use laptops in their courses. Infusing the use of laptops into coursework throughout our engineering curriculums should positively affect computational problem solving and develop a mindset of “ubiquitous computing.” In this paper, we outline a longitudinal study in which we plan to assess the impact of the updated first year engineering program and in particular the laptop requirement on computational competencies and attitudes.

  • Evolutionary change of higher education driven by digitalization

    Changes in higher education are not only technology-driven but even more by societal changes. As generation Y and Z enter the universities, other requirements have to be met, because their learning expectations differ from requirements of former generations. Many scientists highlight the effectivity of new teaching methods especially for higher education. The question is if positive effects are noticeable for the students and the lecturer when a course is restructured. The following article investigates the triggers and requirements and also shows possible structural elements for redesigning a course. The obtained positive effects could be an encouragement for other professors and lecturers to rethink their traditional course structures to increase the motivation of students.

  • Relationship among individual factors, knowledge sharing, and work performance: A model from baby boomers, generation X, and generation Y perspective

    Knowledge sharing has emerged as a core process of knowledge management. By doing knowledge sharing, organization can solve problems and improve individual work performance of its member. Individual members involved in knowledge sharing have different characteristics. These characteristics related to the role in knowledge sharing, which are knowledge provider and knowledge receiver. Besides the characteristics related to the role in knowledge sharing, individual members of the organization consist of various ages. The age differences is classified into generations. The common generations which exist in current workplace are baby boomers, generation X, and generation Y. This research develops a model which investigates relationship among individual factors, knowledge sharing, and individual work performance, in different generations. The data only support that there is relationship among knowledge receiver characteristics, online knowledge sharing, and individual work performance.

  • Influencing Factors of Social Commerce Behavior in Saudi Arabia

    Social commerce is getting popular all over the world including in the middle eastern countries. The main objective of this work is to identify the factors that influence the purchasing intention and the behavior among the Y generation and millennials in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. For this purpose, a hypothetical conceptual model was developed based on proven theories and well- established literature. To test this model, data were collected from 178 university students using an online questionnaire. Data were analyzed using SPSS 25. The validity and the reliability of the questionnaire items were determined through factors analysis and Cronbach Alpha. All hypotheses were supported in linear regression analysis, however, the stepwise multiple regression analysis which shows the simultaneous effects of the independent variables, resulted in that out of 11 hypotheses 3 were not supported. Based on the findings a discussion was developed at the end of the paper.

  • Influence of work-family conflict on job involvement and organizational commitment: The moderating effect of perceived supervisor support and the mediating effect of job satisfaction

    The study aims to explore the influence of work-family conflicts on job involvement and organizational commitment, we also investigated the moderating effect of perceived supervisor support and the mediating effect of job satisfaction. 558 employees from small and middle size enterprise participated in our research, they came from 19 organizations including Eight different regions such as Beijing, Shenyang and Hangzhou. By hierarchical regression and bootstrapping, our hypotheses have been supported. Results showed that perceived supervisor support moderated the effect of work-family conflicts on job satisfaction. When perceived supervisor support is low, work-family conflicts negatively predicted job satisfaction; however, when perceived supervisor support is high, work-family conflicts had no effect on job satisfaction. We also supported the moderated mediation model, job satisfaction mediated the interaction of work-family conflicts and perceived supervisor support on job involvement and organizational commitment.

  • Millennials vs. Baby Boomers in project management: Education and training gap

    The purpose of this paper is to explore and define key characteristics, tendencies, needs and expectations that distinguish the generation of Millennials from the generation of Baby Boomers. The paper will present both theoretical and practical overview in order to create effective education program and training system in the organization which is appealing to the Millennial generation, a workforce that will represent 50% of the global workforce by 2020. Desk research, secondary data analysis and systematic literature review will be used to analyze and identify key findings from different generations' perspective, which is essential for understanding how the Millennial generation learn, as well as rethinking and embracing different strategies and approaches for implementing talent development initiatives throughout training and education system. The implications of the characteristics on training development and design will be presented in order to evolve current learning landscape and effective knowledge transfer within the project oriented organizations. Further, the paper will present the results of research on the attitudes and preferences of two generations in terms of development and training. The main objective of the study will be to provide practical research about generational different view on how training process should be performed and recommendations for education and training design in the field of project management in order to attract, develop and retain Millennials.

  • A Review on Adopting Personalized Gamified Experience in the Learning Context

    Gamification illustrates motivation and encouragement that can be gained by people during using gamified experience. Gamification technology has been successfully applied in several domains including health and fitness, marketing, daily activities and education. It is the strategy which uses heterogeneous game elements within nonentertainment context. As Millennial Generation students have their own needs and preferences, the necessity of having personalized learning is increased recently to boost the effectiveness of the education system. Thus, many researches have investigated how dissimilarities between students can influence their suitable game elements. Since 2010 the published studies on gamification area increased; moreover, some attempts have been made to study the personalization in the gamification model. In this paper, we conducted a review of personalization in gamified learning experience to answer two review questions. We collect, review and synthesize studies related to gamified learning and personalization published from 2010 to 2017. The review strategy included six stages to identify the articles. 13 studies were identified which discussed adopting personalization and gamified learning experience in education. The results show that the studies that apply personalization within gamified learning approach accelerated during the last 3 years. This review reveals the trends in personalization parameters used in the studies, such as student's learning style and personality type. Moreover, most studies have shown high student performance while using the personalized gamified learning experience.



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