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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   Winter International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies
From:   ISICT
Email:   info_(on)_intsymict.org
Date received:   15 Jun 2004
Deadline:   15 Jul 2004
Start date:   03 Jan 2005

Call for Workshops / Call for Papers WISICT 05 Winter International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies Cape Town South Africa January 3rd-6th, 2005 The purpose of WISICT 05 is to provide an international forum for discussion between theoreticians and practitioners and to promote an inter disciplinary exchange of research ideas. We invite papers exploring all aspects of Computer and Communication Technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: * Computer Science * Information Technology and Systems * Communication Technology * Networks, Control Systems * Image, Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing * Experience and Applications There are two principal modes of paper submission: MODE I : Invited Workshop Organization To chair and organize a workshop at WISICT 05 send an email to workshops_(on)_intsymict.org with the title, a description of the topic of your proposed workshop up to two hundred words in length, and the name(s) of the workshop organizer(s) and chair(s) as soon as possible and before 15 July 2004. If your proposal is suitable, you will receive preliminary approval notification within a few days. Final approval will depend upon submission and registration of at least FOUR papers in the workshop by the WISICT 05 camera ready deadline of 10th September 2004. The organizer(s) of pre-approved workshops will be responsible for advertising their workshop, using electronic or other means, and for the reviewing process for their workshop's papers or extended abstracts, and for the notification to WISICT 05 of accepted papers. The organizer(s) of approved workshops will be added to the WISICT 05 programme committee and be editors of the WISICT 05 conference proceedings. MODE II : Stand-Alone Papers Papers must be submitted in WORD or PDF format by 1st August 2004 for review. Please submit either an extended abstract or short paper of up to 6 pages in length. Papers should be formatted so that they are single-spaced, single column, and use a 12pt Times font. All papers submitted will be reviewed in full by reviewers from independent institutions. Important Dates 15th July 2004 Preliminary approval of invited workshops 1st August 2004 Submission of stand-alone papers 15th August 2004 Notification of acceptance of stand-alone papers 10th September 2004 Camera-ready copies due for all papers 10th September 2004 Registration due for all papers 3rd-6th January 2005 Conference The Venue Warmed by the African sun, Cape Town is dominated by a towering, table-shaped mountain, set on a peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and lush valleys, where two oceans converge - Indian and Atlantic. Immense natural beauty, and the fast pace and bright lights of a great urban centre meld effortlessly here. Firmly positioned on the international map, Cape Town offers a myriad things to do and places to see, whatever your tastes. The architecture is a mix of Dutch and English colonial styles, and attractions include the Castle of Good Hope, built in the 17th Century and the District Six Museum. Please email general queries to info_(on)_intsymict.org URL: http://www.intsymict.org
 

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