Friday, June 5, 2009

New Spam from IEE. I am not a member of IEEE. Why did I receive this email?

New Spam from IEE. I am not a member of IEEE. Why did I receive this email? Note how many clever tricks the IEEE use in order to attract "customers"
They sent SPAM email to me to ask me to be in the committee. The email did not have my name!!!!!!!
It was a massive unsolicted email!!!



Proceedings publication: by CPS(IEEE CS)


(Click here to download the IEEE CS format: MS-WORD or PDF)

The proceedings will be published by CPS of the IEEE CS and will be included to Ei only if:
Click here to view the instructions of CPS of the IEEE CS

The proceesings of ICCIT 2007 and 2008 had been published in IEEE CS/CPS and the all registered
papers had also been indexed to EI (COMPENDEX) and archived to digital libraries such as CSDL, and
IEEE Xplore.

Important Dates
Conference Dates: 24-26 November, 2009.
Deadline for paper submission: July 15, 2009.
Review period by reviewers: July 5 - August 10, 2009.
Acceptance notification: August 5-10, 2009.
Deadline for Registration and final camera ready paper to IEEE system: August 25, 2009.

Special issues:
Distinguished selected papers will be invited in the special issues of the following international
journals indexed by SCI(E).
The authors of the selected papers must follow any additional comments/suggestions so that it meets
the journals requirement.
- IETE Journal of Research
- International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making
- IETE Technical Review
- FGCS: Future Generation Computer Systems (Elsevier)


Call for papers Nov. 24~26, 2009, Seoul, Korea

ICCIT09: Call for Papers/ Workshops/Special Sessions

4th ICCIT: 2009 International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology

Evolution and Innovation: We’re in Progress:
We will make a new chapter as the leader of the Information Sciences

November 24-26, 2009, Seoul, Korea
http://www.aicit.org/iccit

Call for Papers

Conference Dates: 24-26 November, 2008
Deadline for paper submission: July 15, 2009.
Review period by reviewers: July 5 - August 10, 2009.
Acceptance notification: August 5-10, 2009.
Deadline for Registration and final camera ready paper to IEEE system: August 25, 2009.

Format: The papers submitted for review must be in the IEEE format (8.5" x 11", two-column). Please strictly follow the formatting instructions and layout instructions (read the instructions in PDF, DOC )

ICCIT09, the Fourth International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology will be held on November 24-26, in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The conference proceeding will be published by IEEE CS. Selected papers will be included as revised monographs in the international journals. For more details, visit the conference web site at http://www.aicit.org/iccit.

This premium international conference provides a forum in which to present research results in all areas related to the Theory, Development, Applications, Experiences, and Evaluations of convergence/hybrid information technology and next generation information technologies and Services fields

Mission and Aims
ICCIT fosters the development of Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technologies needed in various application areas. Convergence Information Technologies in partnership with Computational Science are essential in solving many real-world problems. Through publications, research, and community, the mission of ICCIT is to build cooperation between informatics and the worlds of science and technology.

The International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology (ICCIT 2009) aims to

  • Promote further development of Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technologies
  • Provide an open forum of discussions and exchanges between researchers interested in Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technologies and related fields
  • Bring together theoreticians and practitioners from different scientific groups and establish new collaborations
  • Present recent results in the theory and applications of Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technologies

Call for Workshop Proposals:
http://www.aicit.org/iccit/cfw.html

Call for Invited Session Proposals:
http://www.aicit.org/iccit/cfss.html

Workshops/Invited Sessions may concern any topic within the conference scope. The goals of the workshops/Invited Sessions are to establish a common understanding of a certain aspect, to share experiences, to foster research communities, to learn from each other, to identify open problems and/or to explore future
directions of research. Workshops will be held in parallel with the main conference.

Paper Types: Full paper/ Letter
Presentation Types: Oral/ Poster (Choice)
Track Types: Research Track/ Technical Experience Track

Research Track (General Track)
The purpose of the Research Track is to present and discuss the latest, best, most profound, and most
important research results in the research field of Convergent and Hybrid Information Technology. Topics of
interest are specified on the Call for Papers page.
High quality submissions are invited for technical papers describing original unpublished results of
theoretical, empirical, conceptual or experimental research. Papers should describe a new contribution to
Convergent and Hybrid Information Technology and should support claims of novelty with citations to the
relevant literature.

Technical Experience Track
The purpose of the Technical Experience Track is to establish a meaningful forum between practitioners and researchers with useful solutions in various organizational environments, diverse systems or different cultures. The Technical Experience Track includes all kind of practical applications which are principles, projects, missions, techniques, tools, methods, processes, and etc.Submissions should discuss experiences to researchers and practitioners. We invite original, unpublished
submissions in two categories:

  • Case studies
  • Experience reports
Scope and Topics: For more details, click here! http://www.aicit.org/iccit/scope.html

Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. The topics includes, but not limited to, the followings:

  1. Research Issues on Convergent Aspects of IT and Ubiquitous Technology
  2. Research Issues on Convergent Aspects of Management, Service and Culture
  3. Hybrid Approaches of Information Technology
  4. Multimedia, Game, and Culture Technology
  5. Bioinformatics and Healthcare
  6. Management, Finance and Service
  7. High Performance Data Processing and Digital Content Technology
  8. High Performance Information System and Communication
  9. Information Security and Cryptology

1 comment:

  1. I can not imagine how the IEEE degenerate so low. Giving the name of a pile of unrelated and speculators such as IARIA, do great damage to young researchers.
    Young researchers are looking for quick publication. They pay high registration fees which IARIA send the IEEE

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