ICSCC 2019 : The 7th International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication
Call For Papers
ALL ACCEPTED AND PRESENTED PAPERS WILL BE SUBMITTED TO IEEEXPLORE.
Selected papers accepted for ICSCC 2019 will be invited to submit an extended version to Journal of Information Science and Engineering (JISE) - Indexed by: SCI-E (Science Citation Index Expanded), SciSearch, EI COMPENDEX Plus, SCOPUS, and many more.
There will be tutorial sessions on visible light communications, sensor technology, and cyber security.
Full Paper Submission: 4th March 2019 (Extended)
Full Paper Acceptance: 2nd April 2019
Early Bird Registration: 6th May 2019
Normal Registration: 10th June 2019
Camera-Ready: 10th June 2019
Conference Date: 28th – 30th June 2019
The objective of the International Conference on Smart Computing and Communications (ICSCC 2019) is to provide a congenial yet serious platform for experts from academia and industry to interact with young researchers in Computer Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The major attempt of the conference is to bring out this event to be a forum for researchers and practitioners to come together from the computing and communication fields to foster the needs of modern human life. The wide range of topics covered in this conference includes Sustainable Computing and Communications, Green Technology, Smart Grid, Green Data Centers, Green Building and Sustainable ICT. Smart and energy efficient computing are considered to be important areas that need to be further explored. ICSCC 2019 welcomes submissions that have not been published and that are not under review by another conference or journal. All submissions will be evaluated on their originality, technical soundness, significance, presentation, and interest to the conference attendees.
The theme chosen by ICSCC 2019 for this year’s conference is “Smart Computational Intelligence for a Digital World”.
We invite all the prospective authors to submit original and high quality papers out of the following topics/tracks but not limited to.
Track 1: Computing
Topics: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; Trusted Computing; Cloud Computing; Data Management, Exploration and Mining; Grid Computing; Mobile Computing; Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation; P2P Competing Parallel and Distributed Algorithms; Pattern Recognition and Analysis; Reconfigurable Computing Robotics and Human Machine Interface Security; Trust and Privacy Simulation; Modeling Systems and Software Engineering; Ubiquitous and High Performance Computing, Blockchains.
Track 2: Communication and Signal Processing
Topics: Cognitive Radio and Cognitive Networks; Communication Architecture; Algorithms, Modeling and Evaluation; Control Systems and Applications; Delay Tolerant Networks; Fault Tolerance, Reliability and Survivability; Flow and Congestion Control; Multimedia and Real-Time Networking; Optical Networks and Systems Protocols and Standards; Satellite and Space Communications; Sensor/Embedded Networks and Pervasive; Computing Smart Spaces and Personal Area Networks; Social Network Behaviors; Modeling, And Analysis; Vehicular, Underground and Underwater Networks; Software Defined Networking, Smart Grid Systems, Intelligent Control, Robotics, Smart Communication System Models, Antenna and waves propagation.
Track 3: Technology (Systems for a secure world)
Topics: 5G Networks & Internet of Things (IoT); Heterogeneous Networks; Web of Things; High Performance Internet Protocols; Identity Management and Object Recognition; Information Theory and Coding; Internet Security and Privacy Localization; Technologies Mobility Models and Mobile Networks Mobility; Localization and Management Aspects Routing and Control Protocols; Wearables, Body Sensor Networks; Smart Portable Devices; Web-based Learning; Innovation and Challenges. , Smart Machine learning Systems and models, Deep learnt networks, Evolutionary Systems, NLP, Secure Systems, IoT/IoE Security.
Track 4: Applications
Topics: Agricultural Informatics and Communication; Big Data Analytics; Bio-inspired Optimization; Community Information Systems; Remote Sensing; GIS and GPS; Disaster Management; E-governance; E-Commerce; E-Business; E-Learning Forensics and Informatics; Informatics Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms; Hybrid Intelligent Systems; Neural Networks; Neuro-Fuzzy Models and Applications; Neuro Informatics Open Source: Challenges and Opportunities; Smart grid and Renewable Energy.
Track 5: Smart Embedded Systems
Topics: Low Power Electronics; VLSI Systems; Nano Electronics; FPGA Development; System on Chip; Embedded Applications; Embedded Memory Architecture; System Automation; Power Electronics and Control Scheme.
Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished papers are solicited in all areas described above. Authors are invited to submit papers through EDAS.
Submission link: https://edas.info/N25600
1. Prof. Andrew Rohl, Curtin University, Australia
2. Prof. Mohamad Yusoff Alias, Multimedia University, Malaysia
3. Prof. Ved Ram Singh, National Physical Laboratory, India
4. Prof. Robert Ernest Kooij, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
1. Dr. Rui Wang, Southern University of Science and Technology, China
2. Dr. Jimson Mathew, IIT Patna, India
3. Prof. Ashutosh Kumar Singh, NIT Kurukshetra, India
4. To be updated
For further information regarding the workshop and paper submission, please contact the workshop chairs at email@example.com.