Call for papers

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Authors are invited to submit complete, original and unpublished research papers to the International Conference on Computing and Informatics (ICOCI 2011) which may address theoretical, methodological or practical aspects related to computing and informatics and should revolve around the conference theme (papers not explicitly addressing the following theme are also welcomed).


         " Computing for Entrepreneurship and Innovation"

Publications/ Proceedings/ Indexing

All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. The secretariat will apply for ISI and Scopus indexing.

Journal Publication

Selected best papers from this conference can be considered for publication in the Journal of Information and Communication Technology (JICT). JICT, currently awaiting for SCOPUS listing, covers all aspects of information and communication technology, its theories and applications. Authors must produce an extended version of the paper. The selected papers will be re-evaluated by the editorial board of JICT.


The focus of this conference is to share the knowledge and experiences within the domain of computing and informatics. The topics of interest are, but not limited to the following:

Computing & Informatics

  • Intelligent Systems & Robotics
  • Decision Support Systems and Expert System
  • Hybrid learning systems
  • Optimization algorithms
  • Software Design and Development
  • Web-based Software Engineering
  • Cooperative Work Support
  • Formal Methods, Verification, Validation
  • Computer System & Networking
  • System and Network Security and Privacy
  • Reliability and Survivability
  • Multimedia Support & Applications
  • E-Commerce, E-Business, E-Government, M-Commerce
  • Workflows and Transactions in E-Business
  • Management and Engineering of IT-Enabled Services
  • Business Performance Management
  • Data and Knowledge Engineering
  • Mobile and Pervasive Commerce

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

  • Software Entrepreneurship
  • New Venture Creation and Innovation Strategy
  • Business Models for Emerging Technologies
  • Business model innovation
  • Corporate innovation restructuring
  • Innovation and technology entrepreneurship
  • Business incubators and networks
  • Intrapreneurship and corporate venturing
  • International aspects of entrepreneurship
  • University, innovation and technology transfer
  • Entrepreneurial challenges
  • Cyber entrepreneurship
  • Creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Technological innovations & commercialization
  • Innovation success and product design
  • Entrepreneurial Learning & Teaching in Higher Education
  • Technology entrepreneurship development programmes
  • University-enterprise cooperation
  • Social Entrepreneurship