We welcome high-quality articles reporting novel and unpublished results of conceptual, creative, experimental, and theoretical work or study in any of the topic areas mentioned in Call For Papers. When a manuscript is submitted, it indicates that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
The text should be in English, wherein author should not mix both American and British usage.
Authors are instructed to proofread the article before submission in order to eliminate possible grammatical or spelling errors and to ensure the usage of correct scientific English.
The conference has two different publication tracks:
Track 1: Computer Networks, Big Data and IoT [Publication in Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies]
Track 2: Cognitive and Computational Paradigms for Next-Gen Social Networks [Publication in Lecture Notes in Social Networks]
Papers should only be submitted to the conference Email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Email subject should clearly include the TRACK [The Email subject line should be “New paper submission to Track-1 / New Paper Submission to Track-2”] to which the author is submitting the paper.
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File format should be LatTex or MS-Word Compatible.
Paper Length Limit for both the tracks: 12-15
Academic & Publication Ethics
Articles submitted to the conference should provide novel and previously unpublished research findings. Following ethical behaviour is essential in the academic context. As a result, any act of plagiarism will not be allowed. If an author is discovered to have duplicated, the submission will be automatically rejected.
All articles will be peer-reviewed in a double-blind manner. Relevancy, structure, research technique, ethical conducts, language standard, inventiveness, references, hypothesis, result presentation, proficiency, format, and a variety of other aspects are all taken into account throughout the process of assessment.
Papers that are accepted will be published in the Conference Proceedings and further it will be published in the author selected publication track.
Instructions for the oral presentation
The presentation should last about 15 minutes. You may use whatever type of presentation and number of slides you prefer. Please arrive early for your presentation to verify that all essential equipment is available.
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