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May 16-18, 2014


We would like to invite you to the International Conference on Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology which will take place on May 16 - 18, 2014, at Necmettin Erbakan University in Konya, Turkey. The conference will be organized in partnership with the International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (IJEMST).

The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars, students, and administrators from different countries, and to discuss theoretical and practical issues in the fields of information and communication technologies in education, science education and mathematics education.

Your prospective, valuable contributions on this field will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee and the ones approved to be presented will also be published in the Proceedings.

We will be pleased to generate an atmosphere where you can share your expertise, experience, and resources with your colleagues.




Submission Of Abstracts

April 25, 2014

Notification Of The Results

April 30, 2014

Fulltext Submission

April 30, 2014

Conference Fee Payment

April 30, 2014



ACRL Preconferences @ 2015 ALA Annual Conference

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Call for Proposals


Share your knowledge with a national audience.  ACRL invites proposal submissions for half-day or full-day preconferences to be offered prior to the 2015 ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco.  Preconferences should allow participants to develop skills related to a specific topic and should focus on interactive learning using a variety of presentation styles.  Programs that offer practical tips and cutting-edge techniques are especially encouraged.


Submissions will be accepted through Wednesday, April 30, 2014.  Check out the call for proposals online for complete details.  Direct questions to Margot Conahan at or call (312) 280-2522.


Margot Conahan

Manager, Professional Development

Association of College and Research Libraries
a division of the American Library Association

50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611

312-280-2522; fax: 312-280-2520

Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, September 13-14, 2014

Join Facebook Pages of MISNC 2014

Important Dates:
Paper Submission Due:June 15, 2014
Author Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2014
Camera Ready Paper Due: August 1, 2014
Author Registration Due: August 1, 2014
Conference Date:September 13-14, 2014

Paper Submission:
The proceedings of MISNC will be published by book series of CCIS
Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF through the conference website. Submitted papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal, conference, or workshop with proceedings. Submitted papers and will be subject to stringent peer review by at least three members of the international program committee and carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. Accepted papers and demonstration descriptions will appear in the post-conference Book Series to be published by Springer (Expected LNBIP, pending approve).
Full paper manuscripts must be in English with a minimum 10 and maximum length of 14 pages (Using the Springer template All submissions should be formatted according to Springer guidelines (
Submissions must be entered into the Submission System (

Tracks and Topics:
In MISNC 2014, there are four main tracks in (but not limited to the topics in these tracks).
Track 1: Business, Management and Social Networks

E-commerce & Social Networks
Knowledge Management & Social Networks
Knowledge Networks
Word of Mouth Marketing
Financial Social Networks
Governance and Social Networks
Organizational Social Networks
Human Resource Management and Social Networks
Service Science and Social Networks
Other Related Topics...
Track 2: Social Networks Issues on Sociology, Politics and Statistics

Sociology & Social Networks
Politics & Social Networks
Statistics Modelling & Social Networks
Exponential Random Graph Models
Social Behavior Modelling
Culture Dynamics
Opinion Representation
Social Support and Social Networks
Influence Process
Other Related Topics...
Track 3: Information Technology for Social Networks Analysis and Mining

IT & Social Networks Analysis
IT & Social Networks Mining
LBS & Social Networks
Social Search
Web Mining, Web Service, Web Technology and Social Networks
Recommendation & Social Networks
Social Networks Extraction
Social Networks Construction
Community Detection
Big Data Issue of Social Networks Data Processing
Social Computing
Social Networking Website Development
Interface Design
Other Related Topics...
Track 4: Social Networks for Global eHealth and Bio-medics

Social Networks for Global eHealth
Social Networks for Bio-medics
Medical Networks
Social Media and Health
Health Community
Health Management and Social Networks
Biological Social Networks
Diffusion of Virus and Disease
Organ donation and Social Networks
Other Related Topics...
Other Topics:

Applications of Social Network Analysis
Terrorism, Crime Detection and Social Networks
Geography of Social Networks
Open Source Intelligence
Spatial Networks
Trust Networks
Security & Privacy Issues of Social Networks
Ethics Issues of Social Networks
Other Social Networks Related Topics...
Dr. I-Hsien Ting (丁一賢)
Associate Professor
Department of Information Management
International Master of Business Administration Program
National University of Kaohsiung

Global, International, and Cross-Cultural Issues in IS

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CFP HICSS minitrack
Track: Internet and the Digital Economy
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) 48, January 5-8, 2015, Kauai, Hawaii

Papers Due: June 15, 2014 via the HICSS conference system

This minitrack focuses on the sociotechnical dynamics and the ways in which the Internet affects people, groups, organizations, and societies. We are in particular interested in the impact of global, international, and cross-cultural issues on ICT development, implementation and use across the globe.

Globalization has historically been tied to technological innovation, and the present era of a networked information society is no different. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have provided the infrastructure for multinational businesses, created new cultural connections irrespective of geographic boundaries and distances, and allowed an increasingly mobile global population to be connected to their friends, families, and cultures no matter where they are. The issues surrounding global, international, and cross cultural issues in Information Systems (IS) attracted much scholarly attention and have been explored under myriad contexts.

The minitrack welcomes submissions that relate to all aspects of global IS, or IS research situated in a global, international or cross-cultural context. The minitrack is open to all methodological approaches and perspectives. We are interested in empirical and theoretical work that addresses these and related socio-technical issues. 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Research that considers the impacts of cultural values (e.g. on adaptive user interfaces)
* Research on global Cloud sourcing strategies
* Cross-national and cross-cultural comparisons of ICT adoption, use and development (e.g. Internet diffusion and impacts compared between different economies)
* Effects of global social computing on organizational work organization and practices (e.g. pricing strategies)
* Issues relating to globally distributed teams (e.g. the adoption and use of social media by cross-national virtual teams, worker motivation, and human error diversity)
* Issues relating to Internet adoption and the digital society at the national level (e.g. digital infrastructure sophistication across countries)
*Issues relating to global knowledge management (e.g. different knowledge-sharing cultures in multi-national corporations)
*Issues relating to cross-national legislation and regulation (e.g. implications of different regulations governing Green IT in the EU vs. US or Asian countries)
* Issues relating to global ICT governance (e.g. sustainable strategies for standardization and harmonization in evolving business networks)
* Single country studies showing implications for other locations or results different from other contexts (e.g. impact of ICT policies on a transition economy)
* Multi-country studies of ICT adoption, use, and development (e.g. e-commerce adoption involving multiple countries)

* Global impacts of big data on governments, multinational companies, NGOs and other organizations

Minitrack Organizers:

Pnina Fichman, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington;

Edward W.N. Bernroider, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Institute for Information Management and Control, Vienna, Austria;

Erran Carmel, Kogod School of Business, American University, Washington D.C.;

27-29 August 2014, Barcelona, Spain

The Internet of Things (IoT) vision is to provide a dynamic and global
network infrastructure which is characterized by intelligent and self
configuring capabilities. IoT is considered as an integral part of the
future Internet. It is based on interoperable communication protocols in
order to enable the interaction and integration of virtual as well as
physical Things such as computers, smart devices, sensors, cars,
refrigerators, food packages, medicines, etc. Things can be seamlessly
integrated into the information network and interaction can be made
through the provision of intelligent interfaces. In not so distant
future, IoT will be forcing its way into every aspect of our lives and
technologies including smart homes, smart cities, environment and
nature, green energy, food, medicine, automotive, aerospace and
aviation, telecommunication, and so on.

IoT is generally characterized by real world and small Things, limited
capacity, constrained devices and the consequential issues such as less
reliability, security and privacy. Cloud computing on the other hand
deals mainly with virtual world and has unlimited capabilities in terms
of storage and processing power. Thus cloud and IoT are the main
complementary aspects of the future Internet. IoT can benefit from the
unlimited capabilities and resources of cloud computing. Similarly,
cloud can benefit from IoT by extending its scope to deal with real
world things in a more distributed and dynamic manner.

The theme of this conference is to promote the state of the art in
scientific and practical research of the IoT and cloud computing. It
provides a forum for bringing together researchers and practitioners
from academia, industry, and public sector in an effort to present their
research work and share research and development ideas in the area of
IoT and cloud computing.

Conference Tracks:

- Network Design and Architecture
- Software Architecture and Middleware
- Mobile Services
- IoT and Cloud Data Management
- Context Awareness in Cloud and IoT
- Security, Privacy and Reliability
- Performance Evaluation and Modelling
- Standards in Cloud and IoT
- Networking and Communication Protocols
- Machine to Machine communication protocols
- Smart Environment
- Industry Track
- General Track-Future IoT and Cloud Computing


All papers accepted for this conference will be published in the
conference proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Conference
Publishing Service (CPS). The proceedings will be submitted to the
IEEE-Xplore and the IEEE Computer Society (CSDL) digital libraries. The
proceedings are also submitted for indexing through IEE INSPEC, EI
(Compendex), Thomson ISI, and other indexing services;
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version
of their papers for special issues in international journals.

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: 15 March 2014
Authors Notification: 30 May 2014
Final Manuscript Due: 20 June 2014

Organizing Committee:

General Chairs:
Xavier Franch, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada

Program Chairs:
Antonio Pescape, University of Napoli, Federico II, Italy
Irfan Awan, University of Bradford, UK
Muhammad Younas, Oxford Brookes University, UK

Local Organising Chair:
Carme Quer, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

International Advisory Committee:
Athman Bouguettaya, RMIT University, Australia
Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College London, UK
Omer F. Rana, Cardiff University, UK
Weisong Shi, Wayne State University, USA
A Min Tjoa, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Chonggang Wang, InterDigital Communications, USA

Track Chairs:

Track 1: Network Design and Architecture
Chair: Payam M. Barnaghi, University of Surrey, UK

Track 2: Software Architecture and Middleware
Chair: Dana Petcu, West University of Timisoara, Romania

Track 3: Mobile Services
Chair: Danish Aziz, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Germany

Track 4: IoT and Cloud Data Management
Chair: Sylvain Kubler, Aalto University, Finland

Track 5: Context Awareness in Cloud and IoT
Co-Chair: Qiang Duan, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Co-Chair: Honggang Wang, The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA

Track 6: Security, Privacy and Reliability
Chair: Jules F. Pagna Disso, EADS Innovations Works, UK

Track 7: Performance Evaluation and Modelling
Chair: Alessio Botta, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy

Track 8: Standards and Social Issues
Chair: Ivona Brandic, Technical University Wien, Austria

Track 9: Networking and Communication Protocols
Chair: Charalabos Skianis, University of Aegean, Greece

Track 10: Machine to Machine communication protocols
Chair: Vamsi Krishna Paruchuri, University of Central Arkansas, USA

Track 11: Smart Environment
Chair: Elisabetta Farella, Universita di Bologna, Italy

Track 12:Green Cloud and IoT
Chair: José Luis Vázquez-Poletti, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Track 13: Industry Track
Chair: Noel Portugal, Oracle Corporation, USA

Track 14: General - Future IoT and Cloud Computing
Chair: Farookh Hussain, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Workshop Coordinator:
Ruben Casado, Treelogic, Spain

Journal Special Issue Coordinator:
Mohamed Bakhouya, Aalto University, Finland

Publicity Chair:
Satish Narayana Srirama, University of Tartu, Estonia

Website Administrator:
Hatem Musbah Ibrahim, University of Bradford, UK

Google in Libraries: Uses for Patron, Student and Staff

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Book Publisher: Scarecrow Press

Editor: Carol Smallwood, Women, Work, and the Web: How the Web Creates Entrepreneurial Opportunities (Scarecrow Press, 2014)

Google has vast resources that are often insufficiently used by librarians or library users. To remedy this, chapters are sought for an anthology by practicing public, academic, school, special librarians, LIS faculty in the United States and Canada for creative, practical approaches that use Google applications. Topics sought such as: Google as a Library Partner or Competitor; Using Google in Library Operations; Google+; Youtube; Picasa; Earth; Sky; Research.

Concise, how-to chapters based on experience to help public, school, academic, special librarians, library consultants, LIS faculty/students, and technology professionals totaling 3,000-4,000 words, or two short chapters that come to 3,000-4,000 words. No previously published or simultaneously submitted material, please. One, two, or three authors per chapter; if two chapters they are to be by the same author(s). Compensation: one complimentary copy per 3,000-4,000 word accepted submission no matter how many co-authors, discount on more copies.

Please e-mail titles of  2-3 specific topics each described in 2 sentences by March 31, 2014 with biography sketch(s); place GOOGLE and your Last Name on the subject line to:


Proposal Submission Deadline: March 15, 2014


A book edited by Norshidah Mohamed (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia), Teddy Mantoro (Universitas Siswa Bangsa International, Indonesia), Media Ayu (Universitas Siswa Bangsa International, Indonesia), and Murni Mahmud (International Islamic University Malaysia) 


To be published by IGI Global:


For release in the Advances in Wireless Technologies and Telecommunication (AWTT) Book Series.


Series Editor: Xiaoge Xu (The University of Nottingham Ningbo China)

ISSN: 2327-3305


The Advances in Wireless Technologies and Telecommunication Book Series aims to provide researchers and academic communities with quality research on the concepts and developments in the wireless technology fields. Developers, engineers, students, research strategists, and IT managers will find this series useful to gain insight into next generation wireless technologies and telecommunication.



Mobile technologies have made a tremendous impact on our daily lives. They will continue to bring changes in the way we communicate with others in the years to come. These technologies have given rise to increasing expectation to be responsive among individuals, developers and businesses to fast changing lifestyle needs especially when using mobile as the main platform. Notably, issues surrounding mobile computing and technologies will continue to prevail. These include security and mobile use among groups with special needs.


Objective of the Book

This handbook aims at providing insights into social, behavioral and technical aspects surrounding mobile computing. It will discuss recent research findings on mobile technologies from social, behavioral and technical perspectives of users, developers, designers, businesses and groups with special needs. The book aims at aiding future research and providing recommendations and guidelines for practice in mobile computing, mobile technology use, mobile application development and mobile technology security.


Target Audience

Researchers, instructors in mobile computing, practitioners, mobile application developers, IT security officer, directors and managers leading IT function.


Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

·         Mobile technology adoption

o    Social issues in mobile technology adoption for special groups (disabilities, indigenous, senior citizens etc.)

o    Performance issues of mobile technology adoption in organisations

o    Behavioral issues in use of mobile commerce technologies including mobile services and mobile applications (apps)

o    Mobile technologies quality-of-service

·         Group interaction and mobility

o    Interfaces for mobile communities

o    Mobile social networks

o    Mobility and work environments

o    Mobile learning

o    Mobile commerce

o    Collaborative and cooperative mobile computing

§  Mobile computing support for collaborative learning

§  Mobile systems for interaction in collaborative groups and communities

§  Cooperative networks for users' mobility

§  Cooperative applications to support users' mobility in ubiquitous networks

·         Mobile security

o    Privacy concerns

o    Trust

o    Security measures

o    Key management and authentication

·         Mobile Applications Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation

o    Human centred design tools and methods

o    User experience evaluation with mobile applications and devices

o    Visualization techniques for the mobile computing

o    Natural interaction techniques (e.g. gestural, tactile etc)

o    Psychological model for use of mobile applications

·         Mobile Networking

o    Fundamentals of mobile networks

o    Access control in mobile networks

o    Peer-to-peer communication in mobile networks

o    Mobility management

o    Wireless sensors networks

·         Mobile Services and Internet of Things

o    Context-aware computing

o    Wearable computing

o    Ubiquitous and pervasive computing

o    Sensors and mobiles for smart applications

o    Mobile web applications

o    Mobile banking and m-money

o    Mobile healthcare and telemedicine

o    Mobile tracking system (GPS, LBS, GSM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.)

o    Localisation and Location aware computing

o    Pattern of User Mobility

o    User Activity based on User Location in Mobile Infrastructure

·         Mobile Embedded System

o    Embedded Design and Security

o    Real Time Embedded System in Mobile Computing

·         Mobile Communication

o    Operating Systems for Small Mobile Device

o    Mobile Ad-hoc Network

o    QoS in Mobile Communication

o    Wireless and mobile multimedia network management

·         Mobile cloud computing

o    The convergence of mobile and cloud into a single, cohesive, symbiotic computing platform

o    Mobile big data


Submission Procedure

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before March 15, 2014, a 2-3 page chapter proposal that clearly explains the mission, concerns, topic and structure of the proposed chapter. Proposal should include authors' names, affiliations and email addresses. Submissions should be made through the link at the bottom of this page. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified by March 30, 2014 about the status of their proposals and chapter guidelines will be sent accordingly. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by July 15, 2014. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.



This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc.), publisher of the Information Science Reference (formerly Idea Group Reference), Medical Information Science Reference, Business Science Reference, and Engineering Science Reference imprints. For additional information regarding the publisher, please visit This book is anticipated to be released in 2015.


Important Dates

March 15, 2014: Proposal Deadline 
July 15, 2014: Full chapter Submission 
August 30, 2014: Review Results Returned to Authors 
October 15, 2014: Revised Chapter Submission 
October 30, 2014: Final acceptance Notifications 
November 30, 2014: Submission of Final Chapters 
December 29, 2014: Final Deadline


Inquiries can be forwarded to

Norshidah Mohamed, PhD

Teddy Mantoro, PhD

Media Ayu, PhD

Murni Mahmud, PhD

Propose a chapter for this book

Call For Proposals: Valuing Librarianship: Core Values in Theory and Practice

Call For Proposals

Editors: Selinda A. Berg and Heidi LM Jacobs
Leddy Library, University of Windsor

In 2004, the American Library Association (ALA)'s Core Values of Librarianship statement identified eleven core values:

  • Access
  • Confidentiality and privacy
  • Democracy
  • Diversity
  • Education and lifelong learning
  • Intellectual freedom
  • Preservation
  • The public good
  • Professionalism
  • Service
  • Social responsibility

As the ALA document explains, "the foundation of modern librarianship rests on an essential set of core values that define, inform, and guide our professional practice.These values reflect the history and ongoing development of the profession and have been advanced, expanded, and refined by numerous policy statements of the American Library Association."

While the ALA is not the only national library association to articulate their core values, 2014 marks the ten-year anniversary of the ALA's adoption of this statement. Such an anniversary offers us a useful opportunity to consider how core values have shaped, influenced, and informed libraries and librarianship in North America and around the world.

Individual values such as democracy, diversity, access, and social responsibility have been the subject of inquiry by prominent scholars in library studies. There has not, however, been a coherent collection of scholarship addressing these specific, individual values in the practice of librarianship. Valuing Librarianship, a special issue of Library Trends, is an attempt to redress this absence within the context of public, school, special, and academic libraries.

This proposed issue of Library Trends will invite practicing librarians and LIS scholars to address librarianship's present and future in relation to its core values. Using the ALA Core Values of Librarianship statement as a framework, Valuing Librarianship will explore how these core values have informed, influenced, guided, and contextualized libraries and librarianship in the past ten years and consider how these values might guide our profession in the future.

Contributors are invited to select one specific core value and consider questions such as:

  • How has this value evolved over the last ten years?
  • How do librarians enact and advocate for this particular core value? Are librarians successful in their advocacy?
  • Where does this particular value emerge in librarianship or libraries? Is attention to this value changing libraries, the work we do in the profession, or the profession itself?
  • Other questions that look specifically at how one core value reflects, informs, guides, or challenges current practices and thought within libraries or librarianship.

Values are a key building block of one's professional identity and librarians must define, describe, and enact these values daily. This special issue of Library Trends will work toward articulating these values in meaningful ways in order to build upon the foundations of librarianship and shape it for the future.

Submissions: For consideration in Valuing Librarianship, please submit the following to by June 15, 2014:

  • An abstract of 500 words that clearly identifies the selected core value
  • A 50-100 word biographical statement of author(s)
  • A list of author's/authors' selected and relevant publications and presentations with links as available.

Preliminary Publication Timeline:

June 15, 2014:                     Abstracts (500 words) due
September 1, 2014:            Notification of acceptance decisions
January 15, 2015:                Full papers due
June 15, 2015:                     Final revisions due
February, 2016:                    Publication

Printable Version of Call for Proposals

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Call for Proposals!
Our New Frontier:  Metaliteracy, Threshold Concepts, New Standards, and Other
Wild Ideas
2014 Connecticut Information Literacy Conference
Friday, June 13, 2014
Manchester Community College
Manchester, Connecticut
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Today's information literacy landscape can certainly feel like uncharted
territory. Lifelong learners require skills in a wide range of literacies
including digital, media, and visual.  How will these multiple literacies
transform the ways in which we interact with students both inside and outside
the classroom? What will changing ACRL standards mean to existing information
literacy programs?  Join library colleagues, faculty members, and other trail
blazers from across Connecticut and beyond in discussing how to stake claims in
this vast new world of information literacy.
Due to the popularity of our confirmed keynote speakers, Trudi Jacobson and Tom
Mackey, authors of the forthcoming book Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information
Literacy to Empower Learners, we are extending the deadline for speaker
proposals. Don't miss out on this opportunity to share your successes with
Call for Proposals now through March 7, 2014!
The Connecticut Information Literacy Conference Committee invites you and your
colleagues to submit proposals for general session presentations, panel
discussions, or breakout workshops (45-50 minutes long with a 10-15 minute Q &
A session).  Possible ideas to explore include:
-        Multiple literacies and implications for the future of academic
-        Transformative teaching methods such as threshold concepts and 'other
wild ideas'
-        Innovative ways of building community with faculty and students  (e.g.,
marketing, communication, collaboration, and assessment)
-        New 'law and order'  - incorporating  proposed revisions to
ACRL's Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education into
existing programs
-        Bringing it home:  the role of expanding competencies within
articulation policies, including Connecticut State Colleges and Universities'
Transfer and Articulation Policy

Team presenters such as faculty-librarian or librarians from multiple
institutions are highly encouraged to submit a proposal.
For consideration, please submit your name, institution, contact info, a short
bio, title of presentation, and abstract (<150 words) to Joy Hansen at by March 7, 2014.
Presenters will be notified of proposal acceptance by March 21, 2014.

Conference on Advanced Technology &Sciences (ICAT'14)

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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to participate International Conference on Advanced Technology &Sciences (ICAT'14) which will be held in Antalya, TURKEY, 12-15 August, 2014.

Thank you for your interest for participating ICAT 2014 and we look forward to meeting you in 5 stars Harrington Park Resort Hotel (all inclusive service) in historical city ANTALYA which is surrounded by green and blue. Additionally, the participants may choose to attend the post-conference tours to various magnificent historical and natural beauties of Antalya. Thus, ICAT'14 will let you not only have a good summer holiday but also participation to an international conference. We guaranty that you will have unforgettable memories after this journey.

The ICAT'14 conference organized by Selcuk University is designed to bring together leading international and interdisciplinary research communities, developers, and users of advanced technologies and to discuss theoretical and practical issues in all the field of technologies.

All topics and all the scientific/technological approaches in the various advanced technological fields are pertinent to this Symposium. The Scientific committee members are composed of international experts in various disciplines. The technical program will consist of keynote speakers by eminent specialists, oral presentation of the contributed papers and posters of the work-in-progress.

All the accepted papers will be published in the journals listed on the conference web site.

Please forward this e-mail to your colleagues and potential authors who might be interested in.

Please consult for more information.

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Dr. Omer Faruk Bay
On the behalf of Organizing Committee

ICAT'14 Editorial Office - Contact Us
E-mail :
Phone : +90.332.2233335
Web :



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