Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

We invite conference papers and tutorial proposals in the following five broad categories, but not limited to: Technology, Applications, Human Computer Interaction, Development Processes and Social, Legal and Ethical Issues.

Technology

• Virtualization and Cloud Computing
• Mobile Computing
• Language Processing and Localization
• Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Semantic Web and beyond
• Embedded Systems and Sensor Networks

Applications

• Innovative Applications and Research Challenges
• Enterprise Systems
• Applications in eGovernment and eHealth
• Building Online Learning Communities
• Augmented Reality and Virtual Worlds
• Emergent Intelligence and Computational Learning
• Knowledgebase Systems
• Context aware Applications
• Social Networks and Applications

Human Computer Interaction

• HCI and Affective Computing
• Advanced Visual Interfaces

Development Processes

• Agile and Collaborative Software Development
• Mobile Application Development

Social, Legal and Ethical Issues

• Information System Security, Privacy and Legal Issue
• Software Licensing and Creative Commons

IMPORTANT DATES:

• Submission of Papers and Tutorials: 30th June 2012
• Notification of Acceptance of Papers and Tutorials: 13th August 2012
• Camera Ready Papers: 15th October 2012
• Submission of Extended Abstracts for Student Symposium: 17th September 2012
• Notification of Acceptance for Student Symposium: 15th October 2012
• Camera Ready Extended Abstract: 12 November 2012

PAPERS:

Papers should describe the results of completed/ongoing research or cutting-edgetechnology deployment. Paper submissions are classified either as full paper (8 pages) or as short paper (4 pages).
Long papers may consist of up to eight (8) pages of content, with two (2) additional pages of references, and will be presented orally or as a poster presentation as determined by the programme committee.
Short papers may consist of up to four (4) pages of content, and two (2) additional pages of references, and will be presented orally or as a poster presentation.
Papers accepted as a poster presentation will be included in the proceedings as one (1) page extended abstract.
Duration of Oral presentations: Keynote (40 minutes), Full paper (20 minutes), Short paper (10 minutes), Poster (5 minutes).

TUTORIALS:

Proposals for Tutorials in areas of current interest are also invited.
Tutorial proposals should be less than 2000 words, and must address all of the following issues:
Title of the tutorial
Description of topics and relevance to ICTer community
Tutorial organizer(s) and their qualifications
Format of tutorial (1/2 day1 day)
Tutorial outline, indicating overall learning objectives and individual course elements
Intended audience (introductory, advanced) and any background knowledge or skills required
Required materials (e.g. will you need internet access, lab access, specific software installed?)
Expected number of participants

Submission:

All papers and tutorial proposals should be submitted either by uploading to the conference management system using the conference website or by e-mailing to the conference Chair at submission@icter.org. All submissions will be screened by the Programme Committee and will be reviewed by at least 3 members of the Papers Review Committee.

Author Guidelines

Interested in submitting to this conference? We recommend that you review the About the Conference page for the conference's policies, and visit the Conference Homepage to find out what conferences are coming up.

The submission file ("Full Paper") must formatted according to "Sample ICTer Conference Paper" format. (MS WordPDF)

Use IEEE PDF eXpress website (http://www.pdf-express.org/) to verify your paper as IEEE compatible PDF.

Use "ICter12x" as Conference ID.

Click here to downlaod IEEE PDF eXpress instruction manual.

(Tutorial/Workshop Proposal may contain your own format)

Papers

Papers should describe the results of completed/on-going research or cutting-edge technology deployment.

Tutorials/Workshops

Tutorial/Workshop proposal on topics of current interest are solicited from technology experts and should provide a quick in-depth introduction to the topic concerned. The formats for tutorial are Full Day (2 Session) or Half-Day (1 Session).

Before submitting your paper or proposal for tutorials, please read author guidelines and prepare your submission according those instructions. Submissions which will not follow those instructions will be not accepted for review process.

You are required to agree each of those conditions to review your submission. (Including proposals for Tutorials)

If you have any inquire for paper committee chair, contact conf-paper-chair@icter.org.

Submissions for this conference were closed on 2012-06-30.