Paper/Abstract Submissions and Invited Session Proposals Due: *January 9th, 2008*
Author Notifications Due: *February 20th, 2008*
Final Paper Due: *March 11th, 2008*
The 6th International Conference on Computing, Communications and Control Technologies: CCCT 2008 (http://www.infocybereng.org/ccct2008g), to be held in Orlando, June 29th - July 2nd, 2008
Submitted papers and extended abstracts will have three kinds of reviews: double-blind (by at least three reviewers), non-blind, and participative peer-to-peer reviews.
Authors of accepted papers, who have registered in the conference, will have access to the reviews and comments of the reviewers that recommended the acceptance of their paper, so they can accordingly improve the final version of their papers. Non-registered authors will not have access to the reviews of their respective submissions.
Awards will be granted to the best paper of those presented at each session. From these sessions' best papers, the best 10%-20% of the papers presented at the conference will be selected for their publication JSCI Journal (www.iiisci.org/Journal/SCI) and sent free to over 220 research libraries. Libraries of journal authors' organizations will receive complimentary subscriptions of at least one volume (6 issues).
Academics, professionals, and consultants are also invited to organize an invited session related to a topic of their research/professional interest. Those interested in organizing an invited session, can fill out the respective form provided in the conference web site. If the invited session is approved, the respective organizers will receive a password, so they may be able to include and modify papers in their respective invited sessions.
The registration fee of effective organizers will be waived. Twelve additional benefits are described in the conference web site.
More details about the reviewing process, the acceptance policy, and the organization of invited sessions, can be found in the conference web site.
For those who think that the submission deadline is too tight for them, please let us know about a suitable time for you and we will inform you if it is feasible for us.
Dr. C. Dale Zinn
CCCT 2008 Program Committee Chair