Call for Papers
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The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Communication and Networking
- IT Security
- Educational Technology
- IT Applications
- ICT in the Developing Countries
- Distributed and Collaborative Computing
- IT based Applications including
digital government, e-commerce, e-learning and bioinformatics
Papers should be submitted electronically by clicking on the button below.
IT researchers and practitioners with an interest in any of the above IT research areas
are invited to submit original unpublished papers describing their work (maximum 14
pages, single column, single spaced, and minimum font size of 11 points) by
August 30, 2005 (extended to September 15, 2005) .
Submitted papers will be accepted for presentation at the workshop on
the basis of their originality and relevance using a peer-review process.
In addition, the workshop proceedings will include invited visionary papers and
presentations from renowned researchers and practitioners in related IT areas.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail on October 14,
2005, including guidelines for layout and submission of final
accepted papers. Accepted papers will be published in full in the conference proceedings
Final camera-ready papers should be up to a maximum of 10 standard letter-sized
(8.5" x 11") pages in length.
In order that all FIT 2005 papers follow a similar format and to give the published
proceedings a consistent look, final camera-ready papers should conform to the FIT 2005
Note that as a condition of publication, at least one author of
each accepted paper will be required to register for and present the paper
at FIT 2005. Arrangements for remote presentations will also be available.
Technical Program Co-Chairs
Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
State University of New York at Fredonia, USA
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