International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computations (JAC-ECC) 2019 
Alexandria,Egypt, Dec.15-16, 2019.

JAC-ECC is a venue for extending collaboration among prominent Japanese, African and International researchers from academia and industry in the fields of electronics, communications, and computer engineering.

JAC-ECC 2019 will include keynote speeches, technical and special sessions on the state-of-the-art topics.

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length, 4-page papers in IEEE two-column formats including diagrams and references. The title page should include author(s) name(s), affiliation, mailing address, telephone, fax, and e-mail address. The author should indicate one or two of the above categories that best describe the topic of the paper. More information for authors is available on the conference website.

The submission deadline has been extended to Aug. 31, 2019.

The topics in each track are mentioned below but not limited to:

Track1  Artificial Intelligence

  • Deep Learning.
  • Computational Intelligence: Neural Networks.
  • Fuzzy Logic - Evolutionary techniques.
  • Pattern Recognition.
  • Data Mining.
  • Natural Language Processing.
  • Sentiment Analysis.
  • Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.
  • Biometrics.
  • Autonomous Robots.
  • Intelligent Transportation.

Track2   Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing

  • Volume, Velocity, Variety, Value, and Veracity of Big Data.
  • MapReduce for Big Data processing.
  • Distributed file systems for Big Data. 
  • Big Data visualization.
  • Big Data mining.
  • Large data stream processing. 
  • Performance characterization, evaluation, and optimization. 
  • Sensor network, social network, and big data.
  • Big data applications.
  • Distributed algorithms. 
  • Parallel and GPU Computing. 
  • Cloud Data Analysis Algorithms. 

Track3   Communications

  • PHY layer, signal transmissions, and reception.
  • Spectrum sharing, spectrum management, and cognitive radio.
  • 5G and Next Generation Communication Systems.
  • M2M, D2D, and Ad-hoc Networks.
  • VANET and MANET Networks.
  • UAV Wireless Networks and its applications.
  • Energy Harvesting and Green Communications.
  • Wireless network security.
  • Underwater communications.
  • Wireless body area networks.
  • Wireless Sensor Networks.
  • Communication technologies for IoT
  • Information-Centric Networking (ICN)
  • Content Centric Networking (CCN)
  • Artificial intelligence for communications
  • Security for communication systems
  • Optical communication systems
  • Mobile Fronthaul/backhaul technology
  • Wireless backhaul technology

Track4   Circuits and Systems

  • Computer Aided Network Design.
  • VLSI Systems and Applications.
  • Neuromorphic Systems.
  • Analog and Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits.
  • Digital Integrated Circuits, SOC, and NOC.
  • Linear and Non-linear Circuits and Systems.  
  • Embedded Electronics.
  • RFICs and Microwave Systems.
  • Power Management and Energy Harvesting.
  • Hardware/Software Co-design

Track5   Signal, Image, and Video Processing

  • Image and Video Processing.
  • Analog and Digital Signal Processing.
  • Biomedical Signal Processing.
  • Multimedia Systems and Applications.
  • Visual Communications Systems.
  • Applications of Internet of Things (IoT).

 Track6   Microwave and Antennas

  • Multiple Antenna Systems, Coding, and Cooperative Communications.
  • RF and mmWave.
  • Electromagnetic Fields and waves.
  • Antenna Design and Applications .
  • Scattering and propagation.
  • Millimeter-wave/THz.
  • Broadband and multi-band antennas.
  • MIMO antennas.
  • Active adaptive and smart antennas.
  • Antenna measurements, reconfigurable antennas, and others.
  • Wireless power transfer.

Track7   the Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Systems on chip for IoTs.
  • IoT system architecture.
  • IoT enabling technologies.
  • IoT communication and networking protocols.
  • IoT services and applications.
  • Security and privacy in embedded IoT scenarios.
  • Experiences in building smart wearable IoT platforms.
  • Power consumption and optimization in embedded IoT.
  • Fault-tolerance and reliability in embedded IoT applications.
  • The social implications of IoT.
  • Wireless Energy Harvesting for IoT.

Track8   Biomedical Engineering and Applications

  • Biomedical Devices for Computer Interactions.
  • Brain-Computer Interfaces and Brain Imaging.
  • Telemedicine and Health Monitoring Systems.
  • Wearable Sensors and Systems.
  • Video and Image Analysis for Physiological Signals.
  • Biomedical Embedded and Mobile Systems.

  • Paper Submission Deadline: July 31, 2019    Aug. 15, 2019  Aug. 31, 2019 (Extended)
  • Notification of Acceptance: September 28, 2019
  • Camera Ready Version Due: October 12, 2019