Date: July 9-10, 2019
Venue: Xi’an, China
The Bright Internet China Symposium (BICS), in cooperation with the Bright Internet Global Summit (BIGS), is organized to develop and exchange the research issues and action items toward the next generation safe Internet with the global perspective, but particularly in the location of China. It is also a channel to derive agreements among stakeholders and member countries for mutual benefits which cannot be realized by a single country alone.
BICS2019 in the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems at Xi’an will particularly present the Bright Internet 1.0 Test Bed Development Plan and Bright Internet Project Consortium that develops and validates the test bed. The institutions and individuals who want to participate the Consortium can apply for participation as partner and will be reviewed for approval. The approved partners can join the development project, use the outcomes for business, and access test data for experimental and empirical research. Academic partners can participate in the Consortium without the obligation of system development, but can access the research data.
BICS2019 will be organized by invited speakers for the theme and submitted papers on open topics.
BICS2019 is the continuation of BIGS 2018 at San Francisco and BIGS 2017 at Seoul, as well as BICS 2018 at Beijing as posted in www.brightinternet.org. The national Bright Internet symposiums can be held in other countries as China hosted. To apply for organizing a national symposium, contact Jae Kyu Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The next Bright Internet Global Summits will be held in the International Conference on Information Systems during December in Munich, Germany (2019), Hydrabad, India (2020), Austin, Texas, USA (2021), and Copenhagen, Denmark (2022) as posted in https://aisnet.org/page/ICISPage.
Presentation of Bright Internet 1.0 Project in action
Demonstrate the project of academic and industry partnership
Presentation of key topics of Bright Internet research
Global collaboration for the Bright Internet Project
Open discussion with project team and potential researchers
- Program Chairs
Jae Kyu Lee (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China and KAIST, Korea)
Xing Li (Tsinghua University, CERNET, China)
Zhangxi Lin (Hefei University of Technology, China and Texas Tech University, USA)
- Program Committee
Alvin Leung (City University of Hong Kong, China)
Alessandro Acquisiti (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Christopher Paolini (San Diego State University, USA)
Daegon Cho (KAIST, Korea)
Gyoo Gun Lim (Hanyang University, Korea)
Jiyong Park (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA)
Raghav Rao (University of Texas at Saint Antonio, USA)
Sang-Pil Han (Arizona State University, USA)
Shan Liu (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China)
Victoria Yoon (Virginia Commonwealth University, USA)
Xiaosheng Tan (Genius CyberTech, China)
Younghoon Chang (Beijing Institute of Technology, China)
Yunfeng Zang (Yovole Networks, China)