2nd International Conference on Innovations in Computing

14 -15 DECEMBER 2018, CGC College of Engineering, Mohali, Punjab, India

Call for papers

Original contributions from researchers describing their original, unpublished, research contribution which is not currently under review by another conference or journal and addressing state-of-the-art research are invited to share their work in all areas of Information and Communication Technologies and its applications in field of computing but not limited to the conference tracks.

žAt least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register for the conference and present their paper in person at the conference.

Technical Tracks

ICIC 2018 welcomes original unpublished articles are invited for submission to following tracks including the topics, but are not limited to:

Track 1 - Internet of Things

IoT System Architecture
IoT enabled Interactions
IoT Communication & Networking Protocols
IoT and 5G
IoT and WSN
IoT : Future Internet Design
IoT Semantics
IoT : Risks and Vulnerabilities
QoS in IoT
Web Technologies for IoT
IoT Applications
Interoperability of IoT Systems
Internet of Everything
Automation using IoT
IoT based Smart Cities

Track 3 - Innovations in Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence 
Neural Networks
Fuzzy Systems
Data Analytics, Block Chain & Bit Coin
Machine Learning
Computer Vision
Deep Learning
Pattern Recognition
Big Data & Data Science
Statistical learning
Human Machine Interaction
Predictive & Interactive Analysis
Semantic Analysis
Data Mining, Image Mining & Video Mining
Information Retrieval

Track 5 - System Design & Methodologies

Data Ware Housing and Data Mining
Social & Semantic Web Services
Soft Systems Methodology
Database Design
High Level System Design and Analysis
Intelligent Systems
Interactive Systems
Virtual Systems
Conceptual Modeling
Quality of design
Service-oriented modeling
Agent-oriented Software Engineering
Object Role Modeling
Business Process Modeling
Data and Application Architecture
System Design & Architecture
Structured Systems Analysis & Design Methods
Rapid Application Development Methods
Computer Assisted Software Engineering Tools

Track 7: E-Services and Mobile Applications

  • E-Banking
  • E-Government
  • E-Health
  • E-Libraries
  • E-services and business models
  • E-services and competences
  • E-services and entrepreneurship
  • E-services and human resource management
  • E-services and innovation
  • E-services and knowledge management
  • E-services and marketing
  • E-services and security
  • E-services and strategies

Track 2  Computing

Cloud Computing
Mobile Computing
Quantum Computing
Green Computing
Fog Computing
Cognitive Computing
Grid Computing
Edge Computing
Web Computing
Hybrid Computing
Scalable Computing
Parallel & Distributed Computing
Soft Computing
Green Computing
Advanced Computing Architecture
Computing based Innovations

Track 4 - Communication Networks & Security

High Performance Security Systems
Wireless Sensor Networks & Security
Wireless Body Area Network
Software Defined Networks
Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Quantum Cryptography
Open ADN
Network Security
Firewalls & Packet Filters
Intrusion Detection Systems
Cognitive Radio
Security through Bio-metrics
Secure Smart Cities
Applications of Networks & Security

Track 6 - Web-based Learning Technologies

Online multimedia
Mobile technologies
Online games
Network learning
Building web-based learning communities
Web-based technologies in education
Learn Management System
Ubiquitous computing
Remote teaching
Internet and Web-based Applications and Services
Communication, Multimedia Applications Using Web Services
Game Based Learning
Mobile Learning
Virtual Learning Environments
Learning Management Systems
Web 3D Applications and Virtual Reality

Track 8: Green Computing

Big data computing for green IoT
• Biometric security
• Cloud computing for the green IoT
• Digital Forensics & Investigation
• Digitalization
• E-agriculture
• Edge computing for green IoT
• E-learning
• Energy-efficient sensing techniques
• Environmental pollution and work hazards
• Fog computing for green IoT
• Green communications
• Green computing models, simulations, designs, algorithms and paradigms
• Green ICT
• Green Implementations and test-beds
• Green localization
• Green Smart grid
• Long-life sensor node deployment and topology control
• New applications of self-sustainable sensor networks
• Scheduling algorithms for sensor networks
• Security and Privacy in Cloud
• Social computing for green IoT

Paper Publication

Selected papers will be published with Scopus / UGC approved Journals.

Final Acceptance/ Rejection will be at Journal's discretion.

Poster Submission & Publication

Posters can be submitted directly to the Convener at [email protected]
Only Accepted, Registered and Presented Posters will be included in ICIC Proceedings.

Submission Guidelines

Submitted papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference.

Papers will be selected based on their originality, timeliness, significance, relevance, and clarity of presentation.

Plagiarism Checker

Before uploading your papers, authors are requested to check the content on any online Plagiarism Checker. It must be <20%.

Submit papers here

Submissions of high quality papers in all areas but not limited to the theme must be submitted through the Easychair link ONLY.

Click the image above.

Paper Template

Poster Template

A BEST PAPER / POSTER AWARD Certificate will be conferred to the author (Registered Author)  of a full paper / poster presented at the conference, selected by Conference Committee based on the originality assessed by the Program Committee, and presentation quality at the conference venue.

Call for Posters

Your topic could be described on a printed poster or by photographs, graphics and pieces of text that you attach to the presentation panel. Only English language is welcomed. It is recommended that a printed poster be no larger than A2 Standard Size (16.5 x 23.4 in). If you are using photographs, graphics and pieces of text, these should also fit within the area mentioned above. Presenters of a poster will be expected to be present on the First Day of ICIC 2018 in order to explain their poster and to hand out any leaflets, or other information materials, they have available for viewers of their poster. Each presenter can therefore only present one poster. All Poster Proposals are subject to approval by ICIC’s Professional Committee.

It is important that applicants describe in their abstract how they intend to present the project in the poster format – what kind of visual materials they will use, for example, photographs, data samples, graphs, et cetera, and how these illustrate the project or a particular aspect of the work. The poster has to be an experience in itself for the one who looks at it – and should show awareness of the format of a poster-session and its purpose to engage the viewer in conversation.

The topics and deadline is same as that of full papers. After the deadline applications will no longer be accepted.

A jury representing the ICIC Professional Committee will review all submissions and decide which Posters will be accepted. After acceptance, authors need to register for ICIC as per the guidelines.