International Conferences and Seminars

International Conferences: BenchCouncil conferences

Date: May 11, 2023
  • ICT researchers take an active part in the organization of BenchCouncil conferences.

  • BenchCouncil International Symposium on Benchmarking, Measuring and Optimizing (Bench) 
  • Starting as BPOE Workshop in conjunction with ASPLOS, VLDB and ICS, the Bench symposium has been held successfully for fourteen series. The intent  of the Bench conference is to further the knowledge and understanding of the benchmarks, standards, evaluations, optimizations, and data communities as a whole. It connects architecture, system, data management, algorithm, and application communities to better co-design for inherent workload characterizations. 
  • Regularly, the Bench conference presents the BenchCouncil Achievement Award ($3000), the BenchCouncil Rising Star Award ($1000), the BenchCouncil Best Paper Award ($1000), and the BenchCouncil Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Awards ($1000). 

  • Bench 2022:
  • Bench 2021:
  • Bench 2020:
  • Bench 2019:
  • Bench 2018:
  • BenchCouncil Federated Conferences (FC)
  • The BenchCouncil federated conference (FC) fosters multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary communication and collaboration while promoting data-based or benchmark-based quantitative approaches to tackle multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary challenges. FC assembles a spectrum of affiliated research and industry conferences into a weeklong joint meeting consisting of several individual conferences. Our organization generally cooperates with Springer or BenchCouncil Transactions to publish accepted academic papers.

  • The 2020  BenchCouncil International Federated Intelligent Computing and Block Chain Conferences (FICC 2020) was held in Qingdao, Shandong, China. The goal of FICC is to foster communication, collaboration, and interplay among the communities of artificial intelligence, computer sciences, finance, medicine, and education. FICC 2020 assembled a spectrum of affiliated research conferences into a weeklong coordinated meeting in one location, offering seven individual conferences—Symposium on Intelligent Medical Technology (MedTech 20), Symposium on Intelligent Computers (IC 20), Symposium on Chips (Chips 20), Symposium on Evaluation, Simulation, and Test (ESTest 20), Symposium on Education Technology (EduTech 20), Symposium on Block Chain (BChain 20), and Symposium on Financial Technology (FinTech 20).

  •        Academician Demin Han     
  • Academician Shiqing Chen
Academician Guangnan Ni
Academician Steve Furber
  • BenchCouncil International Symposium on Chips (Chips 2019)
  • BenchCouncil International Symposium on Chips aims to build an open chip ecosystem through implementing key technologies, and to improve the sustainability of industrial development through taking full advantage of international cooperation. Chips 2019 was a two-day conference including nine main-forum presentations and six sub-forums. The conference attracted more than 500 attendees. During the conference, Academician Xuejun Yang, Academician Guangnan Ni, and Academician Xiangke Liao awarded the prizes to the winners of the 2019 AI Challenges.

  • At the Chips 2019 Awards Ceremony, Academicians Xuejun Yang, Guangnan Ni, and Xiangke Liao congratu late the prizewinners of the 2019 AI Challenges.

  • BenchCouncil International Symposium on Intelligent Computers (IC)
  • The BenchCouncil International Symposium on Intelligent Computers aims to embrace intelligence and build an intelligent computer ecosystem. Its three-day IC 2019 conference held in Shenzhen, China, offered 12 main-forum presentations and 15 sub-forums to the nearly 1000 attendees. Online video from the conference has been viewed more than 300,000 times.

Academician Guojie Li
Academician Xuejun Yang
Professor D. K. Panda from Ohio State University, USA