International Journal of Computing

ISSN 1727-6209 (Print)
ISSN 2312-5381 (Online)

The International Journal of Computing Journal was established in 2002 on the base of Branch Research Laboratory for Automated Systems and Networks, since 2005 it’s renamed as Research Institute of Intelligent Computer Systems. A goal of the Journal is to publish papers with the novel results in Computing Science and Computer Engineering and Information Technologies and Software Engineering and Information Systems within the Journal topics. The official language of the Journal is English; also papers abstracts in both Ukrainian and Russian languages are published there. The issues of the Journal are published quarterly. The Editorial Board consists of about 30 recognized worldwide scientists.

We kindly invite prospective authors for their contribution. Please register here  and submit your paper. Figures may be full color because journal is issued both in printed and electronic versions. 

The Journal is currently indexed in the following databases:

- SCOPUS Elsevier. Metrix of journal is here:

- Index Copernicus International.

- Finnish publication forum with level "1". Details are here.

- Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD) with level "1". Details are here.

- Google Scholar: Journal profile at Google Scholar. h-index is 11.

- Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine please click here

 

Open Special Issues:

 

Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications

CALL FOR PAPERS

No doubt, the contemporary economy, for example, Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things, is intelligent, knowledge-oriented. The knowledge production is more and more important, and will be the dominated part of the whole government resource. In this situation the theory and application of intelligent/smart applications from multi-agent systems to data science research is more and more important.

Few decades ago Artificial Intelligence played almost no role in Cyber Security issues. Artificial Neural Networks had been just introduced and nothing more. Today we can’t imagine Cyber Security without [Big Data] processing by software agents: machines are the best processors of Big Data. Same trend could be mentioned in many more fields.

Prospective authors are invited to share their research and ideas on this central and really hot field changing the whole world.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

•   Fundamentals of the Theory of Intelligent Systems

•   Innovative Intelligent Applications

 •   Multidisciplinary Applications of Cyber-Physical Systems

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your paper for publication in the Special Issue on Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications at the International Journal of Computing, www.computingonline.net.

The paper has to be submitted in electronic form as a MS Word file. It must begin with a short abstract and keywords. It must end with a brief biography (education, position and scientific interests) and a photo of each author. Complete author’s guidelines are available at http://computingonline.net/files/journals/1/template-1.doc. The typical paper length is 6-10 pages but it could be extended if necessary.

Deadlines:

• Paper submission deadline   – June 20, 2019

•  Publication date                  – September, 2019

Papers are published upon acceptance, regardless of the Special Issue publication date.

Lead Guest Editor:

•   Vladimir Jotsov, University of Library Studies and IT, Information Sciences Faculty, Sofia, Bulgaria

Guest Editor:

•   João Pedro Mendonça, University of Minho Departamento de Engenharia Mecânica, Braga, Portugal

 

Security and Post-Quantum Cryptography

CALL FOR PAPERS

In recent years, a large literature on computational aspects of critical infrastructures security has emerged, much of it focusing on cryptography, cyber, informational and economical security, theory, methods, approaches and algorithms associated with certain classes of such problems. The topic proposed to treat in this special issue goes one jump further in attempting to deal with computational aspects of critical infrastructures security. Such classes of critical infrastructures security problems often arise in engineering, computing and software applications: robotics, Internet of things, different environments control problems, approaches and techniques applied to all types of information and communication technologies, and so forth.

Last but not least, many new applied problems in the area of computational aspects of critical infrastructures security have recently arisen that can be efficiently solved only by new scientific methods, approaches and algorithms. Among them are the informational and economical security problem, creating of encryption algorithms with consideration known attacks analysis problems, symmetric ciphers problems, highly practical and commercial importance of security, safety and protection R&D, and so forth, even if we mention only part of such applications or approaches. Computational aspects of critical infrastructures security models to describe informational and economical processes are also in the running of the most popular new themes in the area of critical infrastructures security.

The primary purpose of the special issue is to discuss these problems with the researchers working in this and in adjacent areas, to discuss of scientific and practical problems of information and economic security of different countries. The people interested in this field are cordially invited to contribute to this volume.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

•    Fundamentals of the Theory of Numbers, Groups, Fields, Rings and Mathematical Methods for Optimizing Calculations
•    Fundamentals of the Theory of Optimal Control and Combinatorial Optimization
•    Standardization, Qualification, and Certification Issues
•    Security Management Practices and Policies
•    Cryptography Security and Protection
•    Cloud Security, Health Care Information Security and Privacy and Cyber Forensics
•    Authentication, Verification, Validation, Identification and Authorization Issues
•    Security Infrastructures and Internet
•    Protection Critical Infrastructure and Manage Cyber Risk

It is our pleasure to invite you to submit your paper for publication in the Special Issue on Computational Aspects of Critical Infrastructures Security at the International Journal of Computing, www.computingonline.net.

The paper has to be submitted in electronic form as a MS Word file. It must begin with a short abstract and keywords. It must end with a brief biography (education, position and scientific interests) and a photo of each author. Complete author’s guidelines are available at http://computingonline.net/files/journals/1/template-1.doc. The typical paper length is 6-10 pages but it could be extended if necessary.

Deadlines:
•    Paper submission deadline   – April 15, 2019
•    Publication date                    – June, 2019

Papers are published upon acceptance, regardless of the Special Issue publication date.

Lead Guest Editor:
•    Alexandr Kuznetsov, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Guest Editors:
•    Robert Brumnik, GEA College, Ljubljana, Slovenia
•    Vyacheslav Kalashnikov, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
•    Sergii Kavun, Kharkiv University of Technology “STEP”, Kharkiv, Ukraine


International Journal of Computing

Publishing support of the Journal provided by Publishing House, TNEU according to requirements of Supreme Attestation Commission of Ukraine. Since 2010, the Journal is publishing quoterly.

Announcements

 

Open Special Issue on Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications

 

Contemporary Intelligent Systems and Applications

 
Posted: 2019-03-14 More...
 

Open Special Issue on Security and Post-Quantum Cryptography

 
Security and Post-Quantum Cryptography
 
Posted: 2018-12-04 More...
 

Indexing

 
The Journal indexing  
Posted: 2015-12-18 More...
 
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