Welcome to CONISOFT 2020

Regarding the COVID 19 pandemic, to safeguard the health of participants, CONISOFT 2020 entire conference will take place virtually. Accepted papers presentations, Keynote talks, workshops and tutorials will take place virtually. Publication of accepted papers is going to be in traditional way, as is indicated in CFP: IEEE publication and special journals. We encourage you to participate in this virtual edition and to enrich the state of art of Software Engineering.

The 8th International Conference in Software Engineering Research and Innovation (CONISOFT’20) will be held at the Instituto Tecnológico de Chetumal (Technological Institute of Chetumal), in Chetumal City, State of Quintana Roo, Mexico. November 04th-06th, 2020. The purpose of the conference is to bring together practitioners and researchers from academy, industry and government in order to advance the state of the art in Software Engineering, as well as generating synergy between academy and industry, defining a collaboration strategy to support and promote the development of the software industry in Mexico and worldwide. Papers that combine theory and practice are especially welcome.

Paper Submission: May 22 June 15, 2020
Call For Papers

CONISOFT 2019 proceedings are now available at IEEE Xplore

Topics

Core Themes

Requirements engineering.

Systems modelling: languages, mechanisms of formalization.

Architecture and software design.

Models and quality systems.

Process models.

Verification mechanisms and testing techniques.

Software maintenance.

Quality: metrics and measurements.

Social Software Engineering.

Software engineering education and training.

Empirical Software Engineering

Empirical Methods.

Statistical Methods and Measurement.

Simulation Methods.

Missing Data in Software Engineering.

Experimentation in Software Engineering.

Human Factors in Software Engineering.

Trends In
Software Engineering

Construction of complex systems: recommendation systems.

Software Engineering for very small mobile software applications and context, and very large software ecosystems.

Modelling and knowledge management.

Support methodologies: agents-based methodologies, natural language processing, machine learning.

Software Engineering for Cloud Computing, Big Data, Social Computing.

Interaction With
Other Disciplines

User-centered design: human-computer interaction, usability engineering.

Social Issues in software engineering: psychology, sociology.

Formal Methods

Theoretical basis for software engineering.

Formal methods for software engineering.

Experimental evaluation and validation.

The split between industry practice and academic research.

Software metrics

Software measurement.

Software projects estimation.

Software quantitative evaluation.

Submission

Send your papers using the following link to EasyChair

To write your paper, please use the official template:

Final Version

For sending final version, please follow the directions from IEEE Conference Publishing Services (CPS).
CPS WILL BE CONTACTING THE AUTHORS OF THE ACCEPTED PAPERS SOON.

Accepted Papers

Show list

Muhammad Shah Jahan, Anam Amjad, Usman Qamar, Muhammad Talha Riaz and Kashif Ayub

A Novel Approach for Ensemble Feature Selection using Clustering with Automatic Threshold

Jorge Rodas-Osollo and Karla Olmos-Sánchez

Helping organizations manage the innovation process to join the Cognitive era

Emmanuel Ogunshile, Khoa Phung and Silas Odongo

C-19 C – A mobile application to support the community during Covid-19 lockdown

Donovan Riaño Enriquez, Rodrigo Piñon Ayala, Guillermo Molero-Castillo and Everardo Bárcenas Patiño

An approach to automatic recognition of Web advertising focused on different languages

María Teresa Cepero and Luis Gerardo Montané-Jiménez

Visualization to support decision-making in cities: advances, technology, challenges, and opportunities

Jaime Medina and Abraham Davila

Quality of Service Evaluation of a Learning Management System using ISO/IEC 25011: A Prioritization Strategy

Zekeng Ndadji Milliam Maxime, Maurice Tchoupe, Clémentin Tayou Djamegni and Didier Parigot

A Grammatical Model for the Specification of Administrative Workflow using Scenario as Modelling Unit

Luis Roberto Ramos Aguiar and Francisco Javier Álvarez Rodríguez

METUIGA “Metodología para el diseño de sistemas basados en interfaces tangibles de usuario y técnicas de gamificación” Caso de estudio: Enseñanza de porciones matemáticas en niños ciegos

Alan Ramírez-Noriega, Yobani Martínez Ramírez, Samantha Jiménez, Elizabeth Gaxiola-Carrillo and José Emilio Sánchez García

An Application Programming Interface for a Brain Computer Interface using two NeuroSky MindWave devices

David Alberto Beltrán Calleja, Luis Ángel Reyes Hernández, Ignacio López Martínez, Asdrúbal López Chau and Celia Romero Torres

Diseño de arquitectura para una aplicación tipo E-learnig empleando Wolfram Mathematica en la evaluación de ejercicios de geometría básica

César Guerra, Hector Perez-Gonzalez, Reyes Juárez-Ramírez, Marco Tulio Ramirez and Hugo González

MOSCAF – Specifying Data Quality Requirements according Web Functionalities

Moisés Barbachano-Chiu, Victor Menendez-Dominguez and Luis Curi-Quintal

Desarrollo de un plugin para la visualización de analíticas del aprendizaje en estudiantes de la plataforma Moodle

Josue Aaron Leyva, Christopher Kanter-Ramirez and Jose Morales Martinez

Customized Diagnostic Tool for The Security Maturity Level of The Enterprise Information Based on ISO/IEC 27001

Khoa Phung and Emmanuel Ogunshile

An algorithm for implementing and generating test cases from a minimal stream X- Machine

Gerardo Cruz-González, Carlos Fernández-y-Fernández and Jorge Aguilar-Cisneros

Hacia un sistema de software basado en HCI para el apoyo de niños con capacidades auditivas diferentes

Jared D.T. Guerrero-Sosa, Víctor Hugo Menéndez-Domínguez and María-Enriqueta Castellanos-Bolaños

Una metodología para la generación de grafos de colaboración científica de una institución académica

Alan Ramírez-Noriega, Yobani Martínez Ramírez, Jesús Soto, Jesús Antonio Chávez Lizárraga and Kevin David Vázquez Niebla

A software tool to generate a Model-View-Controller architecture based on the Entity-Relationship Model

Hector Perez-Gonzalez, Alberto Nunez-Varela, Francisco E Martinez-Pérez, Sandra Edith Nava-Muñoz, César Guerra Gracía and Reyes Juárez Ramírez

Literature Based Modeling Learning: An Imaginative Assignment to Learn Software Modeling

Ricardo T. Olvera and Gerardo Padilla

Decision Tables as Business Rule Modeling Technique: Initial Results to Reduce Semantic Gap

Renato Vargas-Gómez, Juan Carlos Peréz-Arriaga, Jorge Octavio Ocharán-Hernandéz and Ángel Juan Sánchez-García

Consensus Mechanisms in Distributed Ledgers for the Protection of Confidential Data: A Multivocal Literature Review

Juan Carlos Benjamin Somohano Murrieta, Jorge Octavio Ocharán-Hernández, Angel Sanchez Garcia and Maria De Los Angeles Arenas Valdes

Requirements Prioritization Techniques in the last decade: A Systematic Literature Review

José Manuel Pérez-Verdejo, Ángel Juan Sánchez-García and Jorge Octavio Ocharán-Hernández

A Systematic Literature Review on Machine Learning for Automated Requirements Classification

Sergio Khalil Bello García, Eduardo Sánchez Lucero, Blanca Estela Pedroza Méndez, José Crispín Hernández Hernández, Edmundo Bonilla Huerta and José Federico Ramírez Cruz

Towards the implementation of a Attention-based Neural Machine Translation with artificial pronunciation for Nahuatl as a mobile application

Juan Carlos Cabanillas-Noris, Ildefonso Leon-Monzon, Solangel Rojas-Torres, Mario Ivan Martinez-Hernandez and Juan Manuel Mejia-Camacho

Analysis and Perspectives of Requirements for Detector Control Systems in High-Energy Physics Experiments

Wilson Castillo-Rojas and César Hernández

Systematic Mapping Study on Techniques Used in Stages of a Data Mining Process

Andric Valdez, Hanna Oktaba, Helena Gómez and Aurora Vizcaíno

Sentiment Analysis in Jira Software Repositories

José L. Balderas, Ulises Juárez, Lisbeth Rodríguez, Beatriz A. Olivares and Adolfo Centeno

Método para el desarrollo de aplicaciones descentralizadas basadas en blockchain

Brenda L. Flores-Rios, María Angélica Astorga-Vargas, Jorge E. Ibarra-Esquer, Juan Pablo García, J. Reyes Juárez Ramírez and Raúl A. Aguilar Vera

Success Factors in the adoption of CMMI-DEV Maturity Levels in Software Development Organizations in Baja California, Mexico

Raúl Antonio Aguilar Vera, Adriana Peña Perez Negron, Julio Cesar Díaz Mendoza and Juan Pablo Ucán Pech

Explorando la Influencia de los Roles de Belbin en la Calidad del Diseño Lógico de una Base de Datos generado por estudiantes de Ingeniería de Software

Diego Medina-Martínez, Everardo Bárcenas, Guillermo Molero-Castillo, Alejandro Velázquez-Mena and Rocío Aldeco-Pérez

Formal Verification of a Database Management System

Camilo Villota Ibarra, Carlos Mario Zapata Jaramillo, Alexander Barón Salazar and Héctor Hernández Reinoza

Model of best practice representation for any knowledge area by using pre-conceptual schemas

Araceli Lopez Acosta, Alejandra Garcia Hernandez, Sodel Vazquez Reyes and Alejandro Mauricio Gonzalez

A Metadata Application Profile to Structure a Scientific Database for Social Network Analysis (SNA)

Dheenesh Pubadi, Ayush Basandrai, Ahmed Mashat, Zvikomborero Reagan Chiurunga, Ishan Amrish Gandhi, William Ofei, Logesh Navaladi, Raj Ramachandran and Emmanuel Ogunshile

கோVID – 19: A focus on codemixing and codeswitching in Tamil speech to text

Dante Carrizo and Cristian Ortiz

Context-based Model of the Progression of Information Capture in Software Requirements Elicitation

Jorge Aguilar Cisneros, Carlos Fernández-y-Fernández and Jesús Juárez Vázquez

Blockchain Software System Applied to Electric Self-driving Cars Charging Stations: A TSP Projec

María de León-Sigg, Sodel Vázquez-Reyes and Daniel Rodríguez-Ávila

Towards the Use of a Framework to Make Technical Debt Visible

Vanessa Atenea Vargas Pérez, Laura Silvia Vargas Pérez and Ana María Soto Hernández

Gestión de Requerimientos: una Propuesta de Solución a sus Problemas, para la Formación de Profesionales Líderes de Proyectos

Carlos Enríquez, Mariza Raluy and Luz María Vega

Proposed framework for employing cognitive process for resolving programming problems for novice programmers

Pedro Omar Silva-Vásquez, Viviana Yarel Rosales-Morales and Edgard Benítez-Guerrero

Automatic Code Generation of User-Centered Serious Games: A Systematic Literature Review

Jesús Iván Saavedra Martínez, Francisco Valdés Souto and Moisés Rodríguez Monje

Analysis of automated estimation models using machine learnin

Rosa-María Cantón-Croda and Damián-Emilio Gibaja-Romero

Model Transformations and Category Theory

Alejandro Ramírez Ramos, María Luisa Cervantes Piedras, Karina González Herrera, José Crispín Hernández and Edmundo Bonilla Huerta

Sistema de recomendación híbrido conversacional para restaurantes

Noé Hernández, Ignacio López and Manuel Suárez

Desarrollo de nuevos comandos para Google Assistant utilizando Dialogflow, Firebase y NodeMCU (ESP8266) como intermediario

Jhonny Edison Chapal Vallejo, John Snyder Guerrero Riascos and Alexander Barón Salazara

Esencialización de la Práctica Gestión de Requisitos de RUP

Erick Franco Gaona and Maria Susana Avila Garcia

Extracting information objects from handwriting laboratory notes: an interaction design approach

Committees

General Chair

REYES JUÁREZ RAMIREZ

MÉXICO

Chair

MARÍA DE LOS ÁNGELES NAVARRETE MARNEOU

CONISOFT Co-Chair

MÉXICO

CONISOFT Standing Committee

HANNA OKTABA

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

REYES JUÁREZ RAMÍREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

ALAIN ABRAN

ÉCOLE DE TECHNOLOGIE SUPÉRIEURE - UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC

CANADA

MARIO PIATTINI VELTHUIS

ALARCOS RESEARCH GROUP - UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA-LA MANCHA

SPAIN

CONISOFT Steering committee

GUADALUPE IBARGÜENGOITIA

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

BRENDA LETICIA RÍOS

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

OMAR SALVADOR GÓMEZ GÓMEZ

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

CÉSAR ARTURO GUERRA GARCÍA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

CARLOS MARIO ZAPATA JARAMILLO

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA

COLOMBIA

HECTOR G. PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

CARLOS ALBERTO FERNANDEZ Y FERNANDEZ

UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE LA MIXTECA

MÉXICO

FRANCISCO VALDEZ SOUTO

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

CONISOFT Technical committee

ALAIN ABRAN

UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC

CANADA

ABRAHAM RODRÍGUEZ MOTA

INSTITUTO POLITÉCNICO NACIONAL

MÉXICO

ALAN DAVID RAMÍREZ NORIEGA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA

MÉXICO

ALEJANDRA ALDRETTE MALACARA

UNIVERSIDAD POPULAR AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

ALEXANDER BARÓN SALAZAR

UNIVERSIDAD DE NARIÑO

COLOMBIA

ALFONSO RODRIGUEZ

UNIVERSIDAD DEL BIO BIO

CHILE

ANDREA DELGADO

UNIVERSIDAD DE LA REPÚBLICA

ARGENTINA

ANDRÉS FLORES

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DEL COMAHUE

ARGENTINA

ANDRES OMAR PORTILLO DOMINGUEZ

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

IRELAND

ARGELIA BERENICE URBINA NAJERA

UNIVERSIDAD POPULAR AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

ARNULFO ALANIS GARZA

INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE TIJUANA

MÉXICO

BLANCA HIDALGO

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

BOGART YAIL MÁRQUEZ

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE TIJUANA

MÉXICO

BRANDAN SULLIVAN

POLITECNICO DI MILANO

ITALY

BRENDA L. FLORES RÍOS

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

CARLOS ALBERTO FERNANDEZ Y FERNANDEZ

UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE LA MIXTECA

MÉXICO

CARLOS MARIO ZAPATA JARAMILLO

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA

COLOMBIA

CÉSAR ARTURO GUERRA GARCÍA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

ERÉNDIRA JIMÉNEZ

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

EVERTH HAYDEÉ ROCHA TREJO

UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE LA MIXTECA

MÉXICO

FRANCISCO ALVAREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE AGUASCALIENTES

MÉXICO

FRANCISCO VALDES SOUTO

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

GABRIELA SOLÍS MAGAÑA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE YUCATÁN

MÉXICO

GILBERTO BORREGO

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE SONORA

MÉXICO

GLORIA ARCOS

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

GUADALUPE IBARGUENGOITIA

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

GUDELIA PILAR PEREZ CONDE

UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

GUILLERMO LICEA SANDOVAL

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

HANNA OKTABA

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

HÉCTOR DURÁN

UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA

MÉXICO

HÉCTOR GERARDO PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

HERMAN GEOVANY AYALA ZÚÑIGA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA INDÍGENA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

IGNACIO GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ DE GUZMÁN

UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA - LA MANCHA

SPAIN

JAIME MUÑOZ-ARTEAGA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE AGUASCALIENTES

MÉXICO

JAIRO HERNANA APONTE MELO

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA

COLOMBIA

JESUS SOTO

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA INDÍGENA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

JESUS ANTONIO SANTOS TEJERO

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO SUPERIOR DE VALLADOLID

MÉXICO

JORGE R. AGUILAR CISNEROS

UNIVERSIDAD POPULAR AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

JORGE EDUARDO IBARRA-ESQUER

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

JORGE OCTAVIO OCHARÁN-HERNÁNDEZ

UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA

MÉXICO

JOSÉ DAVID ALANÍS URQUIETA

UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

JOSÉ EMILIO SÁNCHEZ GARCÍA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA INDÍGENA DE MÉXICO

MÉXICO

JOSE L. LOPEZ MARTINEZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE YUCATAN

MÉXICO

JOSE MIGUEL MENDIVIL TORRES

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA

MÉXICO

JOSEFINA GUERRERO GARCIA

BENEMÉRITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

JOSIANE KROLL

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

BRASIL

JUAN CARLOS PEREZ ARRIAGA

UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA

MÉXICO

JUAN FRANCISCO FIGUEROA PÉREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA

MÉXICO

JUAN PABLO UCÁN PECH

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE YUCATÁN

MÉXICO

JULIO CESAR DÍAS MENDOZA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE YUCATÁN

MÉXICO

KAREN CORTES

UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA

MÉXICO

KARINA ROMERO

INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE TIJUANA

MÉXICO

LAURA CECILIA RODRÍGUEZ MARTÍNEZ

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE AGUASCALIENTES

MÉXICO

LIZBETH ALEJANDRA HERNÁNDEZ-GONZÁLEZ

UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA

MÉXICO

LORENA AGUIRRE

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

LUIS FELIPE FERNANDEZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE CIUDAD JUÁREZ

MÉXICO

LUIS JAVIER ONTANON

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

LUZ A. SÁNCHEZ-GÁLVEZ

BENEMÉRITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

MARÍA DE LOS ANGELES MORAGA DE LA RUBIA

UNIVERSIDAD UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA - LA MANCHA

SPAIN

MARCO TULIO RAMIREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SAN LUIS POTOSÍ

MÉXICO

MARÍA DE LEÓN SIGG

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE ZACATECAS

MÉXICO

MARIA ANGELICA ASTORGA VARGAS

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

MARIA DE LA CONCEPCION PEREZ DE CELIS HERRERO

BENEMERITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

MARÍA DEL ROSARIO PERALTA CALVO

UNIVERSIDAD DE LA CAÑADA

MÉXICO

MARIO ANZURES-GARCÍA

BENEMÉRITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

MARIO ROSSAINZ LÓPEZ

BENEMÉRITA UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

OMAR S. GÓMEZ

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

RAJ RAMACHANDRAN

UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND

ENGLAND

RAUL LEAL

UCL CENTRE FOR SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

ENGLAND

RAUL HERNÁN ROSERO MIRANDA

ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITÉCNICA DE CHIMBORAZO

ECUADOR

RAUL ANTONIO AGUILAR VERA

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE YUCATÁN

MÉXICO

REYES JUÁREZ RAMÍREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

RICARDO VALERDI

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

USA

ROSA MARÍA CANTÓN CRODA

UNIVERSIDAD POPULAR AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA

MÉXICO

SAMANTHA PAULINA JIMÉNEZ CALLEROS

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA

MÉXICO

SODEL VÁZQUEZ REYES

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE ZACATEAS

MÉXICO

VANESSA AYALA-RIVERA

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

IRELAND

VÍCTOR H. CASTILLO

UNIVERSIDAD DE COLIMA

MÉXICO

YOBANI MARTÍNEZ RAMÍREZ

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA

MÉXICO

CONISOFT Local committee

MARÍA DE LOS ÁNGELES NAVARRETE MARNEOU

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

MANUEL ALFREDO PECH PALACIO

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

LUIS ERNESTO ROSADO CEPEDA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

ISAÍAS MAY CANCHE

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

RÓGER ISMAEL NOH BALAM

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

LIZBETH IRAIZ ANGULO TAPIAA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

RAQUEL IVET SAAVEDRA VARGAS

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

ZARINA MARYELA BASULTO ÁLVAREZ

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

LUCY GUADALUPE CÁRDENAS QUIJANO

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

BENJAMÍN VARGAS KU

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

GERARDO LAGUNES RODRÍGUEZ

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

JOSÉ PEDRO VILLALOBOS PUGA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

RODRIGO SALAZAR GARCÍA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

MIGUEL ÁNGEL MARTÍNEZ CORDERO

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

HERNÁN ARIEL PIÑA GÓNGORA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CHETUMAL

MÉXICO

Venue

CONISOFT 2020 is hosted by
Tecnológico Nacional de México - Instituto Tecnológico de Chetumal

Chetumal City,

Chetumal

Quintana Roo

Gastronomy

All the mexican cuisine (designated by UNESCO in 2010 as Cultural Treasure) and International.

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Rates

Authors

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1 Paper: 1 Additional paper:
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    CONISOFT hold ourselves to a higher standard in how we treat members and participants. Keeping the following principles in mind will help us to maintain that high standard:
    1. Integrity

      Our reputation as a conference that our users can trust is our most valuable asset, and it is up to all of us to make sure that we continually earn that trust. All of our communications and other interactions with our members and participants should increase their trust in us.

    2. Usefulness

      Our products, features, and services should make CONISOFT more useful for all our users. We have many different types of participants, from academic researchers to industries, but one guiding principle: “Is what we are offering useful?”

    3. Privacy, Security, and Freedom of Expression

      Always remember that we are asking participants to trust us with their personal information. Preserving that trust requires that each of us respect and protect the privacy and security of that information. CONISOFT is committed to advancing privacy and freedom of expression for our participants around the world.

    4. Responsiveness

      Part of being useful and honest is being responsive: We recognize relevant user feedback when we see it, and we do something about it. We take pride in responding to communications from our users, whether questions, problems, or compliments. If something is broken, fix it.
  2. Avoid conflict of interest

    When you are in a situation in which competing loyalties could cause you to pursue a personal benefit or affectation for you, your friends, or your colleague at the expense of CONISOFT or our users, you may be faced with a conflict of interest. All of us should avoid conflicts of interest and circumstances that reasonably present the appearance of a conflict.
    1. Originality of Submissions

      If you are considering submitting an article that creates a conflict of interest, don’t. If you submitted an article that may create a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a conflict of interest, review the situation with the General Chair. Finally, it’s important to understand that as circumstances change, a situation that previously didn’t present a conflict of interest may present one.

    2. Confidence in reviewing

      If you are considering to choose to review a submitted article that creates a conflict of interest, don’t. If you are assigned to review an article that may create a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a conflict of interest, review the situation with the General Chair. Finally, it’s important to understand that as circumstances change, a situation that previously didn’t present a conflict of interest may present one.

    3. CONISOFT partners and sponsors

      Just as you are careful not to disclose confidential CONISOFT and our user’s information, it’s equally important not to disclose any confidential information from our partners and sponsors, which can generate conflicts of interest.

  3. Support Each Other

    1. Drugs

      Our position on substance abuse is simple: It is incompatible with the health and safety of our participants and members, and we don’t permit it.

    2. Harassment, Discrimination, and Bullying

      CONISOFT is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.

      Speakers are asked to frame discussions as openly and inclusively as possible and to be aware of how language or images may be perceived by others, especially given the international aspect of this organization.

    3. Safe Workplace

      We are committed to a violence-free environment, and we will not tolerate any level of violence or the threat of violence in the conference.

      Conference staff will be happy to help participants contact hotel/venue security or local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the conference. We value your attendance.

      We expect participants to follow these rules at conference and workshop venues and conference-related social events.
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J. Reyes Juárez Ramírez (General Chair)

reyesjua@uabc.edu.mx

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Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Facultad de Ciencias Químicas e Ingeniería


María de los Ángeles Navarrete Marneou (Co-Chair)

subacademica@itchetumal.edu.mx

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Instituto Tecnológico de Chetumal

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