Public Radio of Armenia
The 9th International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies (CSIT-2013) kicked off in Yerevan today. The conference has been held every two years since 1997.
The conference serves as a platform for knowledge transfer; its goal is to promote the exchange of scientific ideas between the international researchers, as well as to give the participants an opportunity to communicate results of their latest research and to share their diverse experience in the field of computer science and information technologies. This year the event has brought together more than 60 scientists from 14 countries.
Director of the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences Vladimir Sahakyan said the greatest achievement of the conference is its “international recognition.” “The fact that many scientists from different sides of the world wish to participate in the conference means that it serves its target,” he said.
Welcoming the participants of the International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies, President of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences Radik Martirosyan said it’s dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Academy.