CALL FOR PAPERS


Call For Papers



We invite high quality, state-of-the-art, previously unpublished original research papers. The authors may limit their papers to a maximum of 10 pages. The authors will then be invited to submit the final papers based on the recommendations of the reviewers for inclusion into the proceeding. The authors should use the template as provided in conference website for preparation of the paper. Manuscripts should follow the style of the conference proceedings publisher and are subjected to both peer review and editing.

Potential topics to be addressed in this conference include, but are not limited to the following:

CONFERENCE TOPICS




Algorithms Digital System and Logic Design
Artificial Intelligence Distributed and Parallel Processing
Automated Software Engineering Distributed Systems
Bio-informatics E-commerce and E-governance
Bioinformatics and Scientific Computing Event Driven Programming
Biomedical Engineering Expert Systems
Compilers and Interpreters High Performance Computing
Computational Intelligence Human Computer Interaction
Computer Animation Image Processing
Computer Architecture & VLSI Information Retrieval
Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems Information Systems
Computer Based Education Internet and Web Applications
Computer Games Knowledge Data Engineering
Computer Graphics & Virtual Reality Mobile Computing
Computer Graphics and Multimedia Multimedia Applications
Computer Modeling Natural Language Processing
Computer Networks Neural Networks
Computer Networks and Data Communication Parallel and Distributed Computing
Computer Security Pattern Recognition
Computer Simulation Performance Evaluation
Computer Vision Programming Languages
Computer-aided Design/Manufacturing Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Computing Ethics Robotics and Automation
Computing Practices & Applications Security & Cryptography
Control Systems Software Engineering & CASE
Data Communications System Security
Data Compression Technology in Education
Data Encryption Technology Management
Data Mining Theoretical Computer Science
Database Systems Ubiquitous Computing
Digital Library Wireless Communication and Mobile Computing
Digital Signal and Image Processing Wireless Sensor Networks