Call For Papers

Contributions are solicited for papers that are 4 to 10 pages long. Papers should be original contributions and should not be accepted or submitted elsewhere until the decisions of the ICACIn'20 program committee are announced.

All accepted papers will be published in Springer Book Series: “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing”.

Indexing: The books of this series are submitted to ISI Proceedings, SCOPUS, Springerlink, EI-Compendex, DBLP, and Google Scholar . :
      

All contributions should be in PDF format and should be submitted electronically via the EasyChair submission system before the deadline.

The list of accepted topics is bellow

Track 1 : AI & Data Science

  • Machine Learning
  • Deep Learning
  • Reinforcement Learning
  • Computer Vision
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Recommender Systems
  • Data Mining
  • Data Visualization
  • Information Retrieval
  • knowledge Engineering
  • Ontology Engineering
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Design Automation
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Hybrid Algorithms
  • Computational Intelligence
  • Evolutionary Algorithms
  • Optimization Techniques

Track 2 : Big Data

  • Big Data Ecosystem
  • Big Data theories and algorithms
  • Big Data visualization
  • Big Data mining
  • Performance characterization, evaluation and optimization
  • Sensor network, social network and big data
  • Application of big data analytics
  • Big Data in Business Processes
  • Social big data analytics
  • Data stream management and analytics
  • Management of heterogeneous data

Track 3 : Internet of Things & Smart Cities

  • IoT Sensing
  • IoT monitoring
  • IoT networking and routing
  • Security and privacy for smart IoT
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Smart Transportation, Connected Car and Automotive
  • Emergency vehicle notification systems
  • Automatic road enforcement
  • Smart Traffic Light
  • Smart Collision Avoidance
  • IoT for Healthcare, e-Health,and Assisted Living
  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Home, Building Management and Operation Automation
  • Smart Grid and Energy Management

Track 4 : Information Security

  • Cryptography
  • Authentication and authorization
  • Biometric security
  • Database security
  • Cyber security
  • Security & Privacy
  • Distributed systems security
  • Grid security
  • Information hiding and watermarking
  • Intrusion detection
  • Network security
  • Security for mobile computing
  • Trusted computing
  • Data and Network Security
  • Cryptographic Applications for Networks
  • Blockchain

Track 5 : Cloud & Networking

  • Future of Cloud Computing
  • Systems software and hardware for Cloud
  • Challenges and Future Directions of Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Cloud infrastructure for mobile application development
  • Cloud Computing Technologies
  • Cloud Security & Management
  • Cloud computing architectures
  • Green cloud networking
  • Future Generation Communication Networks
  • 5G Mobile Technology and NFV
  • Ad hoc mobile networks
  • The Future of Telecommunication & protocols
  • Advanced Network Technologies in Telecommunications
  • Network applications & services
  • Wireless Networking & Sensor Networks and Applications
  • Mobile Communications
  • Network and Communication Security
  • Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Software Defined Network
  • Vehicular Networks
  • Localization and Navigation Systems
  • Intelligent Infrastructure
  • Future of IoT and Big Data
  • Green computing & Energy Efficiency

Track 6: Computational informatics

  • High performance computing,
  • Biomedical informatics,
  • Grid computing,
  • Translational research informatics
  • Imaging informatics.
  • Health Informatics
  • Chemo-informatics

Keynote Speakers


Prof. Fuad A. Ghaleb

Fuad A. Ghaleb Ph.D. is an assistant professor of cybersecurity at the School of Computing, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Holding Ph.D. and Master's degrees in computer science (information security) with the best postgraduate student award from University Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia, and B.Sc degree in computer engineering from Sana’a Universiti, Yemen. Successfully completed a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship at the School of Computing, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He is the author of 28 articles related to cybersecurity security and computer networks that are published in high ranked journals. Serve as head of computer engineering at Sana’a Community College for 5 years and lecturer of computer engineering and networking topics for 8 years. He serves as solutions manager of Telecommunication Value-Added Service at Teleinnovation Company in Yemen for 5 years.

As a computer science researcher, academician, and practitioner, staying home isn’t the only way to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. There are many areas in which computer scientists, researchers, developers can help in fighting the novel coronavirus by providing research or develop applications that help in understanding the disease better. This talk will cover the research and development opportunities that can be conducted by researchers, academicians, and developers in the field of computer science. These opportunities include identifying, tracking and forecasting the outbreak, identifying non-compliance or infected individuals, helping in diagnosing the virus and drug development to mention a few. Artificial Intelligence can be used for modeling and tracking data. It also can help to predict the outbreak spreading, social network interaction and many other research and application opportunities.


Prof. Omar Cherkaoui

Omar Cherkaoui, Computer Science, University of Quebec in Montreal. Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Computer Society. In 1990, He founded and chaired the LTIR (Laboratoire de teleinformatique et Réseau). Expertise during last 20 years in network elements design, development, implementation such as routers, gateways, switches, firewall etc. Founded multiple startup's in this field such as virtuor, Noviflow ( www.noviflow.com). Realization of multiple consulting mandates of project management and technological evolution with various customers: Netronome, EZchip, Mellanox, Cisco, Ericsson, Bell Labs, Bell Canada, Canarie, Telus, Nortel Networks, Hydro-Quebec, etc. Co Editors of Annals of Telecommunications and JSAC, He is author of two books in telecommunication. He published more than 300 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He has authored multiple invited, keynote, and tutorial presentations, technical reports, and multiples patent disclosures. He participated to many industrial projects with companies such as Nortel, Bell, CISCO, Netronome, EZchip, Melanox, Telus, Orange, BellLabs, etc. He supervised dozens of Projects in this domain.


Prof. Mufti Mahmud

Dr Mufti Mahmud received his PhD degree in Information Engineering (specialised in Neuroengineering) from the University of Padova – Italy, in 2011. Prior to his PhD, Dr Mahmud completed a second level MS degree from Italy (in Nano and Micro Electromechanical Systems), and an MSc degree from India (in Computer Science). A recipient of the Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellowship, Dr Mahmud has served at various positions in the industry and academia in India, Bangladesh, Italy, Belgium, and the UK during the last 17 years.

Dr Mahmud has a vision towards leaving behind a healthy, secure, smart, and better world to live in. Combining computational intelligence and big data technologies, Dr Mahmud's research aims to convert the ever-expanding amount of raw data to smart data to be able to build predictive, secure and adaptive systems aiming personalized services towards improving quality of life. Dr Mahmud aims to develop secure and intelligent tools to advance healthcare access in low-resource settings.

Dr Mahmud serves as Vice-Chair of the Intelligent System Application Technical Committee of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, Member of the IEEE CIS Task Force on Intelligence Systems for Health, Co-Chair of the IEEE P2733 Standard on Intelligent systems design with AI/ML, Member of the IEEE R8 Humanitarian Activities Subcommittee, and Project Liaison Officer of the IEEE UK and Ireland Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology.

Dr Mahmud serves as an Associate Editor of Big Data Analytics, Brain Informatics, Cognitive Computation, and IEEE Access journals. Additionally, he is also actively involved in dissemination activities through the organisation of workshops, conferences, and specialised short duration schools (e.g., Local organising chair of IEEE-WCCI2020; General Chair of BI2020; and Programme Chair of IEEE-CICARE2020).

Tutorials


Dr. BENDRISS El Mehdi

El Mehdi BENDRISS is an information security consultant who helps companies to enhance their information systems security, resilience and efficiency, by promoting standards and best practices implementation.

Mr. BENDRISS worked four years as system, storage, backup and messaging administrator for Morocco’s national ISP and another four years as Windows and Virtualization support team manager in DxC Morocco (among clients : Orangina-Schweppes, JCDecaux, CAT, Arkema, Carrefour, …). In 2011, Mr. BENDRISS started managing a high school of engineering specialized in IT, and since 2015, he has been working as consultant with interest in information security, helping companies securing their IT and getting ISO/CEI 27001 certified.

Mr. BENDRISS holds an engineering diploma in telecommunications (INPT, 2002), a PhD in information security (ENSIAS, 2014) and an Executive MBA specialized in Strategic Management (Toulouse Business School, 2017). He also holds many certifications like:

  • ISO/CEI 27001 Lead Auditor and Implementor
  • ISO/CEI 27005 Risk Manager
  • ISO 9001 Lead Auditor
  • CEH v10
  • Microsoft Certified Trainer
  • ITIL
  • Prince2
  • Scrum Master


Prof. BEN LAHMAR El Habib

BEN LAHMAR El Habib is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Faculty of Science Ben M'Sik ,Hassan II University, where he has been since 2008. Since 2016, he is a coordinator of the Master Data Science & Big Data. From 2014 to 2018 he served as Team Leader: Semantic Web and Knowledge Extraction at the TIM laboratory. He received her habilitation to supervise research in 2014. He is currently an Associate Professor in computer science at Faculty of Science Ben M'Sik Casablanca. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the ENSIAS in 2007. His PhD work was awarded the best thesis.

His research interests span both Web semantic , NLP, Mobile platforms and Data science. Professor BEN LAHMAR is author and co-author of many papers on several scientific fields including: Arabic NLP, engine and meta search engine, data extraction web, mobile platform, cloud computing, semantic web, IoT and data science. he has contributed to the organization of some international conferences, and he is a reviewer in several prestigious scientific journals.

Technical Program Committee

  • Aamre Khalil, Lorraine University, France
  • Abbas Dandache, Lorraine University, France
  • Abdallah AlSaeedi, Taibah University, KSA
  • Abdelaziz Ettaoufik, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Abdellah Kassem, UND, Lebanon
  • Abdelltif EL Byed, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Abderhmane Jarrou, Lorraine University, France
  • Abderrahim Maizat , Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Abderrahim Tragha, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Abdullah Ghareb, University of Saba Region, Yemen
  • Abdulrahman Alsewari, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia
  • Abdulrazak Alhababi, UNIMAS, Malaysia
  • Adil Sayouti, Ecole Royale Navale, Morocco
  • Ahmed Lakhssassi, University of Quebec in Outaouais, Canada
  • Ahmed Madian, NISC, Egypt
  • Ali Balaid, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Ali Jwaid, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Ashraf Osman, Alzaiem Alazhari University, Sudan
  • Asmaa Benghabrit, ENIM, Rabat - Morocco
  • Assia Bakali , Ecole Royale Navale, Morocco
  • Ayoub Fentis, EMSI, Morocco
  • Badri Tijane, EMSI, Morocco
  • Beverley Cook Essa Hezzam, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Brahim Lejdel, University of El-Oued, Algeria
  • Brahim Raouyane, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • El Mehdi Bendriss, Vinci, Morocco
  • El Moukhtar Zemmouri, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes - Morocco
  • Emmanuel Simeu, Grenoble-Alpes University, France
  • Essa Hezzam, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Fabrice Monteiro, Lorraine University, France
  • Faisal Saeed, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Fathey Mohammed, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia
  • Firdaous Marzouk, EMSI, Morocco
  • Funminiyi Olajide, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Georgina Cosma, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Hassna Bensag, EMSI, Morocco
  • Hicham Behja, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Imane Daoudi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Kamal Eddine El Khadri, Abdelmalek Essadi University – Tangier Morocco
  • Khadija Bousmar, EMSI, Morocco
  • Khalid ELFAHSSI, Sidi Mohamed Benabdellah University – Fez Morocco
  • Khalid Moussaid, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Lamiaa Karim, Hassan I University, Settat - Morocco
  • Lamiae Demraoui, EMSI, Morocco
  • Leila Fejtah, Hassan II University – Casablanca - Morocco
  • Maxim Shcherbakov, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia.
  • Meriem Mandar, Hassan I University , Settat - Morocco
  • Meryem Khouil, EMSI, Morocco
  • Mohamed Atibi, EMSI, Morocco
  • Mohammed Al Ashwal, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia.
  • Mohammed Alshargabi, Najran University, KSA
  • Mohammed Alsarem, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Mohamemd El Youssfi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mohammed H. Jabreel, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain.
  • Mohammed Hadwan, Qasim University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • Mohammed Karim Guennoun, EHTP - Morocco
  • Mohammed Kolib, Taibah University, KSA
  • Mohammed Lahbi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mohammed Laraqui, Ibnou Zohr University – Agadir Morocco
  • Mohammed Rachdi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mohammed Réda Chbihi Louhdi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mohammed Rida, Hassan II university – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mohammed Talea, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Mostafa Bellafkih, INPT, Rabat - Morocco
  • Mostafa Belmakki, INPT, Rabat - Morocco
  • Mouhamad Chehaitly, Lorraine University, France
  • Mounia Abik, ENSIAS, Rabat - Morocco
  • Nabil Madrane, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Nadhmi Gazem, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Nadia Saber, EMSI, Morocco
  • Najib el kamoun, Chouaib doukali University - El Jadida Morocco
  • Noorminshah Iahad, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Noura Aknin, Abdelmalek Essadi University – Tangier Morocco
  • Noureddine Abghour, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Ouail Ouchetto, Hassan II University - Casablanca, Morocco
  • Rabab Chakhmoune, Brams, Morocco
  • Rachid Dehbi, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Rachid Ouled Lhaj Thami, ENSIAS, Rabat - Morocco
  • Rachid Saadane, EHTP, Casablanca - Morocco
  • Rashiq Rafiq, Taibah University, KSA
  • Redouane Kanazy, EMSI, Morocco
  • Rim Koulali, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Said Jai Andaloussi, Hassan II university – Casablanca Morocco
  • Said Ouatik El Alaoui, Ibn Tofeil University – Kenitra Morocco
  • Sanaa Elfilali, Hassan II university, Casablanca Morocco
  • Slim Lammoun, ENSIT, Tunis university
  • Sofien Dellagi, Lorraine University, France
  • Soukaine ELhassnaoui, EMSI, Morocco
  • Stephen Clark, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Taha Hussein, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia
  • Tarik Nahal, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
  • Tawfik Al-Hadhrami, Nottingham Trent University, UK
  • Wadii Boulila, University of Manouba, Tunisia
  • Youssef Baddi, Chouaib doukali University - El Jadida Morocco
  • Zakaria Sabiri, ENSEA, France
  • Zineb Besri, Abdelmalek Saadi University, Tanger - Morocco

Committee

Honorary Committee

Prof. Saddiqi Omar, Dean of the Faculty of science Ain Chock, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco

International Advisory Board

Prof. Naomie Salim, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia
Prof. Rose Alinda Alias, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia
Prof. Ahmad Lotfi, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Prof. Funminiyi Olajide, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Prof. Essa Hezzam, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Prof. Mohammed Alshargabi, Najran University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Prof. Maxim Shcherbakov, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia
Prof. Mohammed Al Ashwal, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia
Prof. Abdullah Ghareb, University of Saba Region, Yemen

Conference General Co-Chair

Prof. Errais Mohammed, Hassan II University - Casablanca, Morocco
Prof. Faisal Saeed, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Program Committee Co-Chairs

Prof. Ouail Ouchetto, Hassan II University - Casablanca, Morocco
Prof. Raouyane Brahim, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Mohammed Al-Sarem, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Publicity Committee

Prof. Abdullah Al-Dhahawi, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
Prof. Mandar Meriem, National School of Applied Science of Berrechid – Morocco

Publication Committee

Prof. Fathey Mohammed, UUM, Malaysia
Prof. Tawfik Al-Hadhrami, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Logistic Committee

Prof. Samia Benabdellah, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Dehbi Rachid, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco

Sponsorship Committee

Prof. Jai Andaloussi Said, Hassan II university – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Rida Mohammed, Hassan II university – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Fejtah Leila, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Tabaa Mohamed, LPRI EMSI, Morocco
Ailane Abdellah, ENSAK, Morocco
Saadaoui Safa, LPRI EMSI, Morocco
Oukaira Aziz, University of Quebec in Outaouais, Canada

IT Committee

Prof. Madrane Nabil, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Koulali Rim, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Chbihi Louhdi Mohammed Réda, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Fuad Ghaleb, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Secretary

Prof. Baddi youssef, Chouayb Doukkali University
Prof. Belmakki Mostapha, INPT – Rabat - Morocco
Prof. Nadhmi Gazem, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Finance Committee

Prof. Mohammed ERRAIS, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Mohammed Reda CHBIHI LOUHDI, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Wahid Ali, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia

Registration Committee

Prof. Raouyane Brahim, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Lahbi Mohammed, Hassan II University – Casablanca Morocco
Prof. Sameer Hassan, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia

Important Notice

Greetings from ICACIN 2020 Committee.

Referring to the previous email sent to you on 17th of March, 2020, we are preparing to organize ICACIn'2020 on its scheduled time (13th-14th of April 2020) as an online conference because of the current situation of corvid-19 and the restrictions on travel from and to several countries. Also, this is to proceed with the publication deadline with Springer to publish the conference book.

For successful implementation of the conference, please follow the below guidelines carefully:
  1. The presentation schedule will be sent to you before the conference. We will use (Zoom) platform for online presentation. You will be given a 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers (Q&A). You must be available online (30 minutes before your paper presentation time). Also, you are required to attend the online keynote speeches and other sessions.
  2. In order to avoid any technical issue that may occur on the day of the conference, please record a 10 minutes presentation using Microsoft Power Point to be used in case of facing any unexpected problem and also to be posted in the conference website.
  3. Upload the recoded presentation file to your Easychair account by 1st of April 2020.
To recored a 10 Minutes presentation using Microsoft Power Point (ppt), please follow these steps:
  1. Open your ppt file. Then, select Slide Show > Record Slide Show.
  2. Start Recording from Beginning - to record from the beginning of a presentation.
  3. Start speaking or add markings to your presentation. (Note: Audio won't record when slide transitions happen, so let these play first before you start speaking).
  4. Save the recording:
    1. Select File > Save As.
    2. Under Save as type, select the dropdown arrow and then select PowerPoint Show.
    3. Select Save. (The file will be saved as .ppsx).
  5. Zip your saved file and upload it to Easychair.

Registration

  Early Registration (Before March 1st, 2020) Normal Registration (Before March 15th, 2020)
Moroccan Students* 180 € 200 €
Other Students 220 € 240 €
Staff from Local and Organising Institutions* 280 € 300 €
Other Staff 320 € 340 €
* for moroccan attendees the change rate is fixed to 10 dirhams for 1 euro

Registration Guidelines

  1. Download these three files:
  2. Revise your paper by considering all the suggestions and comments of the reviewers. Please, be noted that the normal number of pages is 10, and the maximum number of pages is 12 with extra Euro 20 per page (The paper must be in Springer template uploaded in ICACIN 2020 website)

  3. Upload the below three files to EasyChair system (update your existing submission in EasyChair)
    1. The Table of Corrections made to your paper according to the suggestions and comments of the reviewers.
    2. Your Camera Ready Paper in .docx format. Please make sure to proofread your paper and use images / formulas (if any) with high quality. The affiliations and email addresses of all authors must be included in this Camera Ready Paper.
    3. A Copyright form in PDF, signed by the corresponding author.
    4. For the registration, the Proof of Payment (PDF file) must be uploaded using Easychair system.
    5. If you are a student in one of the organising universities, you need to submit your Student ID to EasyChair.
    6. A Readme file (PDF file) giving the name and email address of the corresponding author.
    7. If Proofreading is required to your paper, please upload the evidence of the editing to EasyChair. In this regard, we would like to inform you that we have received a special offer (discount of 20%) to all ICACIn 2020 papers from UK Professional Proofreading (www.pproofreading.co.uk). More details will be sent to you later.
  4. The deadline to submit all the above files (except the payment files: iv and v) is 1st of March 2020. All Camera Ready Papers submitted after this deadline will not be considered for publication in Springer book series as we will send the proceedings to Springer after this deadline immediately.

  5. Please make sure that the Camera Ready paper (including the references) follow the conference template, which can be downloaded from: www.icaci-conf.com/ . Please format it carefully.

  6. Please ensure that the similarity is less than 20%. Only papers with acceptable similarity will be considered by Springer.

  7. To start the payment process, you must request the invoice and make the payment of the conference fee according to the ICACIn 2020 fee structure. Please follow the registration instructions found at: the Registration Page

  8. If the number of pages is more than 10 pages (the maximum is 12 pages), please include this in the invoice request. Additional fee will be charged as mentioned above.

  9. Please note that the Early Registration Deadline is on 1st of March 2020, and the Normal Registration Deadline is on 15th of March 2020

  10. Kindly be informed that: only papers that are registered by 15th of March 2020 and fulfill all the above requirements will be published in the Springer book series “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing”.

  11. Details for registration and payment through Bank Transfer will be sent to you shortly.

  12. If you have any technical problem, please contact our Conference Secretariat through the contact form and include your paper ID in the subjects of all emails you send to us.

Registration fees Include:

  • Registration fees include admittance to ICACIn 2020, lunches, coffee break and snack breaks during the conference.
  • All accepted papers will be published in the Springer Book Series “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing”
  • Conference Program Book.
  • Conference Kits.

Registration for Participant (Not Presenter):

  • All researchers and interested practitioners are invited to attend the conference.
  • Registration fee is Euro 150, which includes Conference Kits, Participation Certificate, and Lunches, coffee and snack breaks.
  • To register as a participant (Not presenter), please pay the registration fee and fill in the participation form by March 15th, 2020.

Payment method:

You can pay your registration fee through a bank transfer as per the information is given below :

BANK NAME CIH BANK
Account Name AS.MA. PR LA PR..DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE
Account Agency 238 CASA LISSASFA
Agency address BOULEVARD ATLAS LISSASFA CASABLANCA
Agency Phone +212 5 22 65 94 70/78
Account Number 230780333307022102380004
Account Number details

SWIFT Code Bank Code City Code Account Number RIB Key
CIHMMAMC 230 780 3333070221023800 04
** You can download a printable version of Bank information

Submission

The main submission guidelines are :

  1. Prepare your paper based on Springer Word format.
  2. Submit your paper online using ICACIn'20 Easychair account.
  3. ICACIN 2020 submissions are required to be double blind (anonymous submissions). In order for the paper to be reviewed, please remove the authors names and affiliations from the paper and upload the pdf file to your Easychair account.
  4. The number of pages should not exceed 8-10 pages.

Program

The full conference program for the ICACIn'20 Conference is now ready.
We are very happy with this year’s program and are looking forward to the conference!

Click here to download the program (pdf).

Organizers





Co-Organizers





Sponsors

Important Dates

Submission deadline


Acceptance Notification
Camera Ready & Registration

Extension of paper submission deadline


New Submission deadline




The detailled program is ready


The full conference program for the ICACIn'20 Conference is now ready.
We are very happy with this year’s program and are looking forward to the conference!

Click here to download the program (pdf).


Greetings from ICACIN 2020 Committee.

Referring to the previous email sent to you on 17th of March, 2020, we are preparing to organize ICACIn'2020 on its scheduled time (13th-14th of April 2020) as an online conference because of the current situation of corvid-19 and the restrictions on travel from and to several countries. Also, this is to proceed with the publication deadline with Springer to publish the conference book.