International Conference on Computer Science, Information Systems & Technology
The International Conference on Computer Science, Information Systems & Technology (ICCSIST) is an interdisciplinary conference that aims to encourage and promote high quality research on important issues in computer science and technology with the aim of providing an outlet for innovative research in those fields.
Authors are invited to submit their original unpublished research for publication and presentation at the conference. All accepted papers will be published in printed conference books/proceedings (online and print) and will also be published in the International Journal of Computer Science, Information Systems & Technology (IJCSIST) ISSN 2576-0106. The proceedings will be indexed in science citation databases that track citation frequency/data.
Abstracts of all accepted paper will be published in 2021 issues of ResearchLink International Newsletter. Papers are sought that address solutions to problems in all fields of study.
International Conference on Algorithms and Data Structures
International Conference on Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning
International Conference on Big Data, Data Mining & Web Mining
International Conference on Bioinformatics & Computational Biology
International Conference on Communication and Security
International Conference on Computer Science
International Conference on Computational Science
International Conference on Computer Architecture
International Conference on Computer Graphics
International Conference on Networks & Cyber Security
International Conference on Computer Networks
International Conference on Concurrent, Parallel, and Distributed Systems
International Conference on Cognitive Radio Networks
International Conference on Databases
International Conference on Informatics
International Conference on Information Technology
International Conference on Information Systems
International Conference on Mathematical Foundations
International Conference on Programming Languages and Compilers
International Conference on Scientific Computing
International Conference on Software Engineering
International Conference on Theory of Computation
International Conference on Wireless & Sensor Networks
International Conference on Software Defined Networks
International Conference on Agents, Mobile Agents & Intelligent Mobile Agents
International Conference on Cloud Computing
International Conference on Grid Computing
Authors are invited to submit their original research, reviews, surveys, abstract and poster papers to the conference. Submission can be made through the Online Submission System.
All submissions must be prepared in the IEEE format. To get the template, Click on the link: IEEE format.
Manuscripts must be prepared in accordance with the given submission guidelines. Research papers must not exceed 8 pages, including the bibliography and any appendix.
Abstract papers must not exceed 1 page and must include 3-5 keywords.
Only electronic submissions in the acceptable file type- (pdf) will be considered. Please upload your submission through the submission page. Your submission must be made within the due date.
If you experience difficulty submitting through the submission page, please email your paper to firstname.lastname@example.org
Any supplementary materials can be submitted in either PDF format or in a ZIP file.
Dates & Deadlines
Paper Submission Deadline: December 31, 2020
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: 7-10 days after submission
Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission & Early Bird Registration Deadline: February 28, 2021
General Registration Deadline: March 31, 2021
Conference Dates: June 10-12, 2021
•Algorithms and data structures •Artificial intelligence •Automated reasoning automated theorem and mathematical theorems •Bayesian Statistics •Cognitive Radio Networks •Communication and security •Compiler theory –Theory of compiler design, based on Automata theory •Computer architecture •Computer graphics •Computer security •Computer vision •Concurrency (computer science) •Cryptography •Cyber Security •Data mining •Databases •Distributed computing •Evolutionary computing •Formal semantics •Image processing •Machine learning •Natural language processing •Networking •Object-oriented programming •Operating systems •Parallel computing •Programming language pragmatics •Programming language theory •Programming languages and compilers •Relational databases •Robotics •Sensor Networks •Signal Processing •Soft computing •Structured Storage •Type theory •Wireless Networks •Adaptive Control •Algorithm design •Automata theory •Bioinformatics •Bioinformatics and Computational biology •Business Informatics •Coding theory •Computability theory •Computational chemistry •Computational neuroscience •Computational physics •Computational science - mathematical models and quantitative analysis techniques •Computer programming •Embedded Systems •Ensemble Modeling •Formal methods •Game theory •Geoinformatics •Graph theory •Health Informatics •Human-Computer Interaction •Human–computer interaction •Informatics •Information Personalization •Mathematical foundations •Mathematical logic – Boolean logic and modeling •Number theory •Numerical analysis •Pattern Recognition •Principle of Concurrency •Reverse engineering •Scientific computing •Social Network Mining •Software engineering •Software Life-cycle Management •Symbolic computation – Computer algebra •Theory of computation •Wavelet Representations •Accounting information systems •Agents •Applications of Computer Science in Modeling •Bio-informatics •Chaos Theory and Evolutionary Algorithms •Computational Mathematics •Computational Topology •Computer Vision •Data and Information Systems •Data and Web Mining •Decision support systems (DSS) •Diagnostic and Decision Supporting Systems •Digital Forensics •Digital Systems •Enterprise resource planning •Executive information systems (EIS) •Expert Systems •Fuzzy Systems •Graphics and Imaging •Human resource management systems •Internet and Distributed Computer Systems •Management information systems •Marketing Information Systems •Natural Language Processing •Neural Networks •Office automation systems (OAS) •Pervasive Computing •Quantum Computing •Reasoning, Knowledge Extraction and Knowledge Management •Robotics and Micro-Robotics •Rough Set Theory •School Information Management Systems (SIMS) •Semantic Web Technologies and Social Semantic Web •Sequential Decision Theory •Software Testing •Theoretical Informatics •Visualization and Multimedia