ABOUT ICINT 2019
2019 4th International Conference on Information and Network Technologies (ICINT 2019) aims to provide a
forum for researchers, practitioners, and
professinals from the industry, academia and
government to discourse on research and
development, professional practice in
information and network technologies. ICINT 2019 will be held in
Suzaku Campus, Ritsumeikan University,
Kyoto, Japan during May 25-27, 2019.
ICINT is also the annual meeting of JACN editorial board, so it also serves to bring authors and editors of JACN together to communciate face to face and discuss chances for possible cooperation and future development of JACN.
Submission Deadline: January 10, 2019
Notification Date: February 5, 2019
Registration Deadline: February 20, 2019
Conference Dates: May 25-27, 2019
Publication in Conference Proceedings.
Submissions will be peer reviewed by conference
committees, and accepted papers will be
published in the conference proceedings, which
will be indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus,
Option 2: Publication in Journal. Submissions will be reviewed by the conference committees and journal editorial board, and accepted papers will be published in Journal of Advances in Computer Networks, which will be indexed by EI (INSPEC, IET), Electronic Journals Library, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, ProQuest, and Google Scholar. etc.
Option 3: For those who're NOT looking to publish their papers, it's acceptable to submit your abstracts to the conference just for oral presentation without publication, which will be sent to at least two techinical committees for a brief review, and it will take about 10 working days.
August 5, 2018, News !
ICINT2019 will be held in Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan during May 25-27. The submission is open now.' (Click).
May 31, 2018, News!
ICINT 2018 has runned smoothly during May 24-26 in Osaka, Japan. We thank every participant for your support. Hope to catch you again next year (Click).
May 11, 2018, News !
Professor Yoshifumi Manabe will give a keynote speech at ICINT 2018. The title of his talk is 'Envy-free allocation of divisible goods' (Click).