The 2018 6th International Conference on Communication and Electronics Information will be held in Macau during September 8-10, 2018. ICCEI aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, and professinals from the industry, academia and government to discourse on research and development, professionals practice in the field of communication and electronics information.
We welcome researchers, engineers, students, industry, investors and people from all walks of life interested in communication and electronics information to attend the conference and share your experiences and lessons with other enthusiasts, and develop opportunities for cooperation.
QoS Provisioning and Architectures, Telecommunication Services and Applications, Wireless Networking, Optical Communications, Multimedia Communications, Network Performance, Innovative Networking Technologies...
Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Software Engineering, VLSI Design and Fabrication, Photonic Technologies, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Data Mining, Cryptography, Algorithms and Data Structures, Graphs and Combinatorics, E-commerce and E-learning, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Networking, Signal Processing...
20 April 2018: Submission of
Note: Abstract submission applies to those who plan to present their papers without publication
15 May 2018: Notification of paper acceptance
30 May 2018: Registration Deadline
30 May 2018: Submission of Camera papers
8-10 September 2018: Conference Date
Accepted papers of ICCEI will be published into either one of the two journals below based on their topics:
Journal of Advances in Information Technology (ISSN: 1798-2340, indexed by INSPEC; EBSCO; CrossRef; etc)
Journal of Communications (ISSN: 1796-2021 (Online); 2374-4367 (Print); indexed by SCOPUS; DBLP; INSPEC; etc.)
Please submit full papers/Abstracts to the Conference via Microsoft Submission system
Electronic Submission System; ( .pdf)
All submitted papers should be in the form of .pdf file and are
to be with a minimum length of 4 pages , including figures, tables and references.
Use The Specific Template (.doc) when preparig your full paper.