Monday, February 4, 2008

New Best Students Papers from 15 Conferences: HOW , WHY and WHERE ? ? ? (Please, read and forward this by email)

After evaluation on the FULL Paper of the proposed papers from the
Session Chairmen
we are glad to announce the following best Student papers.
Unlike, other meetings (outside the WSEAS), the WSEAS is very careful
to whom it gives the "Best Student Paper Prize". From each Session,
the Session Chairman in his report, can propose some papers or some
papers (2 or 3 maximum) that have been presented by a Student and have
up to 2 authors (the student and his supervisor).
(Special Cases: As an exception, only papers with very high quality
with a Student and two other co-authors can be proposed for the
prize.)
The WSEAS sends the package of all the chairmen report in a 5 members
Technical Committee and after some time period, they send us the best
student papers. This is the reason why sometimes the evaluation of the
best student paper is slow.
For example, below, you can find the best student paper of the WSEAS
Conference of September 2007 (ECC)
as well as WSEAS Conferences of December 2007 and January 2008

(please, forward it by email)

======================== WSEAS Conferences in Acapulco (Mexico)
============================

Conference: The 4th WSEAS International Conference on MATHEMATICAL
BIOLOGY and ECOLOGY (MABE'08)
Won by: MARIUS-NICUSOR GRIGORE
Title: ECOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF HALOPHYTE SPECIES FROM THE CHENOPODIACEAE
FAMILY
Authors: MARIUS-NICUSOR GRIGORE, CONSTANTIN TOMA

Conference: The 5th WSEAS International Conference on HEAT and MASS
TRANSFER (HMT'08)
Won by: RENE HOFMANN
Title: Experimental Analysis of Enhanced Heat Transfer and Pressure-
Drop of Serrated Finned-Tube Bundles with different Fin Geometries
Authors:RENE HOFMANN , FRIEDRICH FRASZ, KARL PONWEISER

Conference: The 5th WSEAS International Conference on
FLUID MECHANICS
(FLUIDS'08)
Won by: JOSHUA BOYD
Title: Analysis of changes in velocity profiles in a two dimensional
carotid
artery geometry in response to resting and exercising velocity
waveforms using the Lattice Boltzmann Method
Authors:JOSHUA BOYD , JAMES M. BUICK

Conference: The 2nd WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS,
SYSTEMS, SIGNAL and TELECOMMUNICATIONS (CISST'08)
Won by: ARMIN KIEFER
Title: Inductively Coupled Sensor/Actuator System for Digital Closed-
LoopControl Applications at High Operating Temperatures
Authors:ARMIN KIEFER, LEONHARD M. REINDL

Conference: The 2nd WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTER
ENGINEERING and APPLICATIONS (CEA'08)
Won by: PABLO PANCARDO
Title: SENHOD: Scarce-Resources Wireless Sensor Network for Healthcare
in Oil Derricks
Authors:PABLO PANCARDO, JUAN C. DUENAS

=================== WSEAS Conferences in Tenerife, Canary Islands,
Spain ==============================

Conference: The 6th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTATIONAL
INTELLIGENCE, MAN-MACHINE SYSTEMS and CYBERNETICS (CIMMACS '07)
Won by: Peter HOLUB
Title: LOPA - A Method to Analyse Safety Integrity Systems according
to IEC 61511
Authors:HOLUB P., BORCSOK J.

Conference: The 6th WSEAS International Conference on INFORMATION
SECURITY and PRIVACY (ISP '07)
Won by: MINH-DUNG DANG
Title: Improving Unconditional Oblivious Transfer from Noisy Channels
Authors:MINH-DUNG DANG

Conference: The 6thd WSEAS International Conference on E-ACTIVITIES(E-
Learning, E-Communities, E-Commerce, E-Management, E-Marketing, E-
Governance, Tele-Working / E-ACTIVITIES'07)
Won by: HIROYUKI KAWAGUCHI
Title: Generation technique of work plan in licensing application
procedure based on administrative procedure ontology: The case of
Japan
Authors:HIROYUKI KAWAGUCHI and SEIICHI KOMIYA

Conference: The 5th WSEAS International Conference on ENVIRONMENT,
ECOSYSTEMS and DEVELOPMENT(EED'07)
Won by:STEFAN KONIG
Title: Measuring the Sustainability of Biomass Resources - The
Sustainable Biomass Index SBI
Authors:STEFAN KONIG and JUERGEN SACHAU

Conference: The 5th WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED
ELECTROMAGNETICS, WIRELESS and OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS (ELECTROSCIENCE
'07)
Won by:Jan Mikulka
Title: IEEE 802.11g Baseband Physical Layer Simulation
Authors:Jan Mikulka, Stanislav Hanus

Conference: The 3rd WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED and
THEORETICAL MECHANICS(MECHANICS'07)
Won by:Raimonds Vilums
Title: Transient Heat Conduction in 3D Fuse Modeled by Conservative
Averaging Method
Authors:Raimonds Vilums, Andris Buikis

========================== European Computing Conference , Athens,
Greece ========================

Conference: EUROPEAN COMPUTING CONFERENCE Vouliagmeni Beach, Athens,
Greece, September 25-27, 2007
Won by:SUNIL MALLYA
Title: Ssort: Peak Analysis for Efficient String Sorting
Authors:SUNIL MALLYA and KAVI MAHESH

======================== WSEAS Conferences in Cairo (Egypt)
===============================

Conference: COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY 2007 (COMPUCHEM '07)
Won by:H. NAKASHIMA
Title: Theoretical Study on Structures of Gold, Silver and Copper
Clusters Using Relativistic Model Core Potentials
Authors:H. NAKASHIMA, H. MORI, MA SAN MON, E. MIYOSHI

Conference: The 6th WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS,
SYSTEMS, ELECTRONICS, CONTROL & SIGNAL PROCESSING (CSECS'07)
Won by:STAVROS DOKOUZYIANNIS
Title: Defining Processing Elements in Dependence Graphs from for-do
Programming Constructs.
Authors:STAVROS DOKOUZYIANNIS, ARGIRIS MOKIOS

Conference: The 12th WSEAS International Conference on APPLIED
MATHEMATICS (MATH'07 - II)
Won by:NUZLINDA ABDUL RAHMAN
Title: Space-Time Mixture Model of Infant Mortality in Peninsular
Malaysia from 1990-2000
Authors:NUZLINDA ABDUL RAHMAN, ABDUL AZIZ JEMAIN

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Also, for the approval of a Special Session
http://www.wseas.org/sessionproposal.htm
we need the opinion of the WSEAS Technical Committees,
for this reason, you can see some special sessions on:
http://www.wseas.org/newspecialsessions.htm
that have not received the approval of the
We would like to invite You or another member of your
team to organize a Special Session WSEAS Technical Committees yet.
(If the opinion of the WSEAS Technical Committees is negative for some
special session,
i.e. the special session is rejected, then we remove it from
the: http://www.wseas.org/newspecialsessions.htm

In the WSEAS Conferences, the accepted papers of a Special Session are
published in:

(1) Books (All these Books participate in ISI, IEE, ELSEVIER, SCOPUS
etc...)
http://www.worldses.org/books/index.html
and your publication is considered as publication in an ISI Book)

(2) CD-ROM Proceedings

(3) Web Publishing:

www.wseas.org/online

(4) Possible Extended versions in a Journal (participate in the most
important
citation indices www.worldses.org/indexes/)

Special Session organizers participate FREE in the conference,
if the organizing committee receives 5 fully registered papers.
as well as, as they considered as Associate Editors in the
Proceedings.

More Details: http://www.worldses.org/session.htm

Please upload your Special Session via:
http://www.wseas.org/sessionproposal.htm

SUGGESTIONS:

you can organize a Special Session in the

HARVARD UNiversity: http://math08.wseas.org/

and/or

MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) http://acc2008.wseas.org/

or

CSCC multiconference (>1000 papers every year)
12th WSEAS CSCC Multiconference. Heraklion, Crete Island, Greece, July
22-25, 2008
http://www.wseas.org/conferences/2008/greece/

or in any other WSEAS Upcoming Conference:
(please, forward it by email)

The IEE (IET) has in its citation index (INSPEC)
more than 7000 papers from WSEAS, only for the last 3 years.
Visit:
www.worldses.org/indexes/iee/2004-2007.txt

Also, visit:
http://social.wseas.org

(please, forward it by email)

Best Regards

The WSEAS Administration
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After the Impressive Results for the WSEAS Journals (see SJR factors
below), we have started now
the FREE and OPEN Publication of the PDF of the accepted papers on the
Web.

Free for all the Scientists to Publish & Free to Download everything!

So, our authors will be able to receive more citations.
This is necessary for the WSEAS impact, since now all the PDFs will be
open for all and we must
be competitive regarding the scientific quality.

The main criterion for publication is: Scientific Quality: Original
Work, Breakthrough Publications that
will bring CITATIONS to the Authors and to the WSEAS of course.


Example of OPEN PDFs
http://www.worldses.org/journals/economics/economics-march2007.htm

Simultaneously, the Journals will be published in HARD COPY. If
somebody needs the hard copy, he will pay
the cost.

* Unfortunately for the old issues we cannot open their PDFs because
we have some constraints
from the subscribers.

On the other hand, WSEAS puts the bar for acceptance extremely high.
We have given instructions to the Reviewers.
See: http://www.worldses.org/review/index.html

Our Statistics for the WSEAS Journals say that for every 10 papers, 1
is accepted and 9 is rejected, approximately. We are waiting the
review of extended papers from July 2007 - December 2007 to announce
the official statistics per journal. Up to now, the rejection rate is
approximately: 10% accepted, 90% rejected
(For Conferences: See for each conference the link:
http://www.wseas.org/reports/)

Please, forward this message to your colleagues.


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SJR factors for 6 WSEAS Journals

WSEAS Transactions on Computers: 0,038 (SJR 2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications: 0,039 (SJR
2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Circuits and Systems: 0,039 (SJR 2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Communications: 0,039 (SJR 2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Electronics: 0,038 (SJR 2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Systems: 0,038 (SJR 2006)
WSEAS Transactions on Mathematics: 0,039 (SJR 2006)

FOR COMPARISON:
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Wiley: 0,076 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation: 0,140 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Communications: 0,093 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion: 0,076 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Education: 0,051 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics: 0,049 (SJR 2006)
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing: 0,000
(SJR 2006)

http://environmentalpolicy.blogspot.com/2008/01/dear-wseas-members-be-a
ware-of-bogus.html

http://wseas2007.wordpress.com/2008/01/18/black-propaganda-junk-emails-
bogus-web-pages-and-meetings-against-his-beatitude-archbishop-christodo
ulos/

http://e-wseas.livejournal.com/

http://bogus-software.blogspot.com/
http://evolution-wseas.blogspot.com/
http://wseas-mit.blogspot.com/
http://environmentalpolicy.blogspot.com/
http://spoudastes.blogspot.com/
http://album-for-christodoulos.blogspot.com/

http://isi-publisher.blogspot.com/
http://sfaka.blogspot.com/
http://creation-and-evolution.blogspot.com/
http://net-tutorial.blogspot.com/

http://ethnika.blogspot.com/
http://emotionalscientists.blogspot.com/
http://album-for-christodoulos.blogspot.com
http://shuchenlee.blogspot.com/

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NEWS in TECHNOLOGY -- OUR TECHNOLOGICAL NEWS:

Gerhard Steinbeck, of Ludwig Maximilians University (Munich, Germany),
one of the authors of the study, stated, �I know a little bit about
the Super Bowl. It�s reasonable to think that something quite similar
might happen.� [MSBNC/AssociatedPress]

The researchers have their results published (�Cardiovascular Events
during World Cup Soccer�) in the Thursday, January 31, 2008 issue of
The New England Journal of Medicine.

In the paper, they associate emotional stress for causing heart
attacks and other cardiac emergencies, along with the increased
frequency of heart problems from such common sports-watching
activities as overeating, eating junk food, drinking too much
alcoholic beverages, and smoking.

The Steinbeck team includes: Ute Wilbert-Lampen, David Leistner, Sonja
Greven, Tilmann Pohl, Sebastian Sper, Christoph Vo"lker, Denise
Gu"thlin, Andrea Plasse, Andreas Knez, and Helmut Ku"chenhoff.

Studying 4,279 patients, they found increased frequencies of heart
attacks, cardiac arrests, episodes of irregular heartbeat, and
activations of automatic implanted defibrillators when watching
sporting events where the viewers are emotionally involved.

The researchers found an increase of such problems during the
Fe'de'ration Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup
competition in Germany from June 9 to July 9, 2006.

Just how much of an increased chance of heart problems did people have
during the sporting event? Please read on.

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