ICTIC 2014, Deadline Extended (March 10, 2014)


ICTIC 2014 covers IT and Informatics, Economy and Management Sciences

Registration and Full Paper Submission Deadline: March 10, 2014 (EXTENSION)

The International Virtual Conference ICTIC 2014 () invites
you to present your experience in the related area as a research paper
during the March 24-28, 2014 at .
All accepted papers will be published in ICTIC 2014 proceeding
(with ISSN 1339-231X and ISBN) which will be presented to high caliber
scientific journals.

- All submitted papers will be peer reviewed.
- All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings
with ISSN and ISBN.
- Published papers will be includedinto Open Access Online conference
- Selected papers will be proposed with possibility to be published in
International Scientific Journals.

Conference proceedings of ICTIC 2014 will be sent for evaluation into
major indexing and abstracting databases.

We seek novel paper submissions to be presented via conference web chat
room with topics broadly including, but not limited to:
- Business Management,
- Marketing,
- Economy and Business Economics,
- Financing and Accounting,
- Applied informatics,
- Information networks,
- Information and Communication Technology,
- Computer science,
- Wireless technologies,
- Databases, distributed systems,,
- Object-oriented solutions and technologies,
- Artificial Intelligence and Image processing,
- Parallel computing,
- Software design,
- Robotics,
- Networking and network design,
- Optimization and algoritmization,
- ICT in medicine, humanities, education, science, etc.,
- Smart Technology
- and other related topics

Full Paper Submission Deadline: March 10, 2014 (EXTENSION)
Acceptance notification: March 17, 2014
Early bird payment: March 24, 2014
ICTIC 2014 – Virtual Conference date: March 24-28, 2014

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