[hpc-announce] CFP: CICT 2014 Conference: Extended Submission Deadline October 31, 2014

Chris Gniady gniady at cs.arizona.edu
Mon Oct 27 23:37:36 CDT 2014

CICT 2014 Virtual Conference, December 1 — 14, 2014
Website: www.virtualcict.org
Location: Online
Deadline for Papers: October 31, 2014
Submissions are invited for the first edition of the Global Annual 
Online Conference on Information and Computer Technology. The field of 
computing continues to make great strides in the modern economy and 
society, as almost everyone is now a computer user. This growth has been 
sustained by contributions from individuals, government, industry and 
educational institutions. CICT is an annual conference that captures the 
growth in the theoretical and practical developments in the field of 

The CICT 2014 solicits high quality contributions from the global 
computing community. The works can be conceptual, empirical or novel 
techniques and should not have been previously published or 
simultaneously reviewed in other outlets. All works will be carefully 
appraised in terms of their quality, impact and significance to the 
discipline. The accepted papers will be included in the conference 
proceedings published by CPS of IEEE Computer Society and made available 
on the CICT website. All accepted papers will also be indexed in Ei 
Compendex database and made available to IEEE Xplore and IEEE Computer 
Society Digital Library (CSDL).

The CICT 2014 conference is inherently comprehensive as it covers the 
gamut of computer science and information technology. It attempts to 
integrate all aspects of computing and its applications in pursuit of an 
understanding of the dominant field that has defined the information 
age. We invite papers from all areas of computer science and information 
technology. The papers we seek should describe original research, 
analysis and practice in the field of computer science and information 
technology, as well as work that discusses novel and thought-provoking 
ideas and works-in-progress. Possible topics for submissions include, 
but are not limited to, the following:

Algorithms and Complexity
Architecture and Organization
Programming Languages
Operating Systems
Discrete Structures
Software Engineering
Cloud Computing/Big Data Analytics
Parallel and Distributed Systems
Artificial Intelligence
Networking and Communication
Information Assurance and Security
Scientific Computing
Databases/Information Systems/Informatics
Human Computer Interaction
Computers in Education
Computers in Industry
Special-Purpose (Miscellaneous)

Submission Instructions and Review

The full paper should be in English and formatted according to the 
official IEEE manuscript guidelines for authors.

Authors should use the styles as noted in this template: 
2014_04_msw_usltr_format (1)

All submissions must be forwarded electronically and prospective authors 
should submit their papers (not to exceed six pages) through the EDAS 
(Editorial Assistant) submission system. If you do not have an account 
with EDAS, please first create one.

After registration with EDAS, please locate the CICT 2014 conference to 
submit your paper to the corresponding track. Instructions for authors 
to use EDAS can be found here.

The processing of the submissions will be managed at EDAS and authors 
will be notified accordingly.

The conference fee is only $400.


The CICT program committees cover all relevant areas of computer science 
and information technology. The committees consider only original and 
previously unpublished papers. Each submission will be reviewed by three 
experts in the relevant fields. The reviews will be used to decide which 
papers to accept or reject. All accepted papers will appear by default 
in the CICT Digital Proceedings (CPS of IEEE) and can also be made 
available through the CSDL digital library.


A best paper award will be made in each category for work of high 
quality presented at the CICT Conference. The technical committee in 
conjunction with the organizing/steering committee will decide on the 
qualifying papers. An award comprises a certificate for each of the 
authors and an honorarium to be shared among the recipients.


Deadline for Paper Submission: October 31, 2014
Notification of Paper Acceptance: November 14, 2014
Deadline for Camera-Ready Submission: November 25, 2014
Deadline for Registration: November 16, 2014
Conference: December 1-14, 2014

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