[EI/IEEE Xplore] Communications and Computing conference, Guilin, China, May 2012

Discussion in 'Math Research' started by Min Jiang, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. Min Jiang

    Min Jiang Guest

    Dear Author,
     
    2012 4th International Conference on Communications, Mobility, and
    Computing (CMC 2012)
    Guilin, China, 21-23 May 2012
    http://world-research-institute.org/conferences/CMC/2012
     
    Call for Papers & Exhibits
     
    CMC 2012 intends to be a global forum for researchers and engineers to
    present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in
    communications and computing.
     
    CMC 2012 conference proceedings will be indexed in Ei Compendex and
    ISTP, as well as included in IEEE Xplore (CMC 2009, CMC 2010, and CMC
    2011 proceedings were already indexed in Ei Compendex and included in
    IEEE Xplore). Selected high-quality papers (with extension) will be
    published in a Special Issue of a SCI-indexed journal: Peer-to-Peer
    Networking and Applications (Springer). There will also be best paper
    awards for each symposium. CMC 2012 is technically co-sponsored by the
    IEEE Communications Society.
     
    CMC 2012 is organized by Guilin University of Electronic Technology,
    China. In addition to technical symposiums, there will be invited
    special sessions and keynote addresses. CMC 2012 also seeks exhibitions
    of modern products and equipment for communications, mobility, and
    computing. The registration fee of USD430 includes lunches, dinners,
    banquet, and proceedings.
     
    As a top tourist destination in China, Guilin boasts magnificent
    natural beauty and many precious cultural relics. The colorful ethnic
    background lends a touch of mystery that enhances its fame. Why delay -
    come and enjoy this huge natural theme park. The picturesque Li River
    meanders through lush mountains like a liquid jade belt. Other
    attractions include Fubo Hill, Ling Canal (built by the first emperor
    in China), Solitary Beauty Peak, Tombs of Prince Jingjiang (Ming
    Dynasty), Xishan Park (a shrine of Buddhism), and Yuzi Paradise (the
    largest sculpture park in China).
     
    Important Dates:
    Paper Submission Deadline: 15 October 2011
    Review Notification: 20 December 2011
    Final Papers and Author Registration Deadline: 15 January 2012
     
    Contact Information
    If you have any questions, please email us at
     
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    With kind regards,
     
    Min Jiang
    CMC 2012 Committee
     
    Min Jiang, Oct 10, 2011
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