About the Consortium

posterWelcome to the Web site of the Regional Consortium for Computing Sciences and Foundation (RCCS). Whether you are a member of the Consortium, a participant in the region, or a professor or student with an interest in the issues pertaining to computing foundations and applications, our hope is that you will find these pages informative and useful. Information regarding the regional consortium sponsored by the different committees is of particular interest. We have the joint 5th SPDTEC2 (Seminario Permanente de Investigación y Divulgación de Tecnologías Emergentes en Ciencias de la Computación) at the same consortium!

The proceedings have been published on CEUR.

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Plagiarism Policy

We take plagiarism very seriously. The chair people and the scientific committee have attribution and right to stop any ongoing and published work for minor and major plagiarism suspicion or after a formal complaint from the plagiarism victim. "Plagiarism means to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own. To use (another's production) without crediting the source."—Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

Call for Papers

The purpose of the Consortium is to promote the betterment of computer-oriented curricula in two- and four-year colleges and universities; to improve the use of computing as an educational resource for all disciplines; to encompass regional constituencies devoted to this purpose; and to promote an international liaison among local, regional organizations also devoted to this purpose. Predominantly these colleges and universities are oriented toward research and development both academy and transformation/services industry. The Consortium holds meetings in conjunction with other computer education organizations, on its own, and sponsors sessions and tracks at such meetings. The term meetings of the membership is held at the Institute for Engineering and Technology, and University City, at the University of Juarez.

Research Summary

Prepare your research summary as a PDF document, using the provided template. Make sure to include your full name, address, advisor and affiliation. The body of your research summary (no more than 8 pages, but 6 is fine as well!) should provide a clear overview of the research, its potential impact, and its current status. You are encouraged to include the following sections:

Regular Paper

Regular papers should be written either fully in English or in Spanish, with title and abstract in English and Spanish, and formatted according to the provided template by IEEE Computer Society Journals, and shall not exceed 11 pages including references and figures. Submissions in Spanish can also be considered, as long as their title and abstract are in English too. Each paper will be peer-reviewed by at least two experts in the field for originality, significance, clarity, impact, and soundness. Papers whose authors include a member of the scientific committee will be evaluated by using the double-blind review process. Papers must not have been previously published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere.


A peer-reviewed selection of projects are to be published electronically on the Web. Formal ISSN/ISBN is anticipated. The official languages are English and Spanish. For those publishing in Spanish, their title and abstract must be both in English and in Spanish. Submitted works should contain between five to ten pages, excluding references and appendixes. The proceedings from our latest consortium have been published on CEUR.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Foundations for Computing Systems:

Implementation of computing systems:


Applications of Computing Systems:

Novel applications in Artificial Intelligence

Paper Submission

Paper and research summaries should be in a PDF document, one-column formatted, according to the to the IEEE Computer Society Journals style, available for LaTeX (bare_jrnl_compsoc.tex) or for Word, and from three to five pages for research summaries and up to seven pages for regular papers, both including references and appendixes. Please upload by this system, not by e-mail.


This committee uses double-blind peer review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity

Important Dates

Registration of title and abstract: August 18
September 15
Full-paper/full-research-summary submission:

September 15

NEW: Sep 25

Notification to authors: October 25
Final-version submission: November 3
Presentations of accepted works: November 9–10

You can always submit your work without previous registration!
: Ciudad Universitaria, UACJ

Preliminary Scientific Committee

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Humberto Sossa Azuela (Center for Computing Research/IPN)

Prof. Dr. Manuel A. Ramos Murillo (Physics and Mathematics/UACJ)


Accepted Works for Publication and Presentations

Proceedings have already been published on CEUR:

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Authors from accepted papers, proposals and/or posters are expected to attend the conference to give a 20-minutes presentation talk, in English or Spanish. Soon here we shall give more details on the final program.



Preliminary Program

Thursday at CU
09:30–10:00 Audiovisual C Registration
10:00–10:30 Audiovisual C Opening Ceremony
10:30–11:30 Audiovisual C Keynote address:

IA + IoT = Transportación eficiente”,

 Dr. Juan Humberto Sossa Azuela, CIC-IPN

12:00–15:00 Audiovisual A Paper talks
16:00–19:00 Audiovisual A Paper talks
15:00–18:00 Audiovisual C Tutorial part 1 of 2:


Introducción a las redes neuronales artificiales y a las memorias asociativas, con aplicaciones” (primera parte), 
Dr. Juan Humberto Sossa Azuela, (SNI III, CIC-IPN)


Friday at CU
09:00–12:00 Audiovisual C Tutorial part 2 of 2:

Introducción a las redes neuronales artificiales y a las memorias asociativas, con aplicaciones” (segunda parte), 
Dr. Juan Humberto Sossa Azuela, (SNI III, CIC-IPN)

09:00–12:00 Edificio C, Lobby Poster Session
12:00–13:00 Audiovisual A Keynote address:

Computational Catalysis: From Theory to Industrial Applications”, 
Dr, Manuel Ramos Murillo, (SNI I, UACJ-IIT)

13:00–13:30 Audiovisual C Diplomas, Prizes
13:30–14:00 Audiovisual C Closure Ceremony