Third International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications (ACC-2013)

29-31 August 2013,
Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Cochin, Kerala, India

All the accepted papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society's CPS and it will apper in IEEExplore.                                        ICACC 2012 on IEEEXplore®

Call for papers

Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished results are solicited in all areas of theory and practice of Computing, Communication and Information Technologies. Special theme for this years conference is energy aware computing.  Authors are invited to submit papers through Easychair Conference Management System ( ). The proceedings of the ACC 2013 will be published by the Conference Publishing Services (IEEE-CPS), and CPS published papers appear in IEEE Xplore®.The extended versions of selected papers will be considered for possible publication in a reputed journal.

Formating Information:
The formatting instructions adapted from CPS materials is as follows. Templates specific to the symposium will be provided to the authors via the author kit upon the acceptance of the manuscript. The templates below, are the general templates designed for conferences using an US Letter (8.5" x 11") trim size which can be used for the manuscript prepared for the submissions.

Format: (Word Template       LaTex Package )

Advances in Computing and Communications conference (ACC-2013) has a special theme of energy aware computing this year, with a secondary goal of Information Revolution through Green & Eco-friendly Computing, is particularly relevant considering the fact that Cochin, the City in the Evergreen State of Kerala, India. The organizers of ICACC 2013 as well as our attendees expect accepted papers to be presented at the conference. We welcome submissions for ICACC's Technical Program in the following areas and not limited to:

Green Energy Technologies (GET) -- advances of renewable energy sources, energy and electrical drives,  Power electronics, systems and applications. Electrical machines and adjustable speed drives. Renewable energy sources and technology,  Smart grids technologies & applications  research contributions targeted towards green will be also considered.

Low Energy Computing (LEC) – Efficient Ad-hoc Networks. Autonomic and Context-aware Computing, Advanced Micro Architecture Techniques, Cognitive Radio and Cognitive Networks, Efficient  Signal and Image Processing  Systems. Multimedia and Video Systems,  Reconfigurable Computing, Mobile Computing,  Bioinformatics and Bio-computing, Human Computer Interaction and Interface, Vehicular Communications Networks.  CAD research contributions on low energy and systems will be also considered in this track.

Low Power Embedded System Design (LES) -- Consumer applications are designed as an embedded system potentially using hardware and software together for design tradeoffs.  Efficient hardware and software system-level design for embedded applications, as opposed to circuit-level hardware design only. FPGA prototyping of complete systems belong to this track,  Sensor Networks and Embedded Systems , Communication and signal-processing system architectures will be considered in this track.

 Emerging Technologies (ET) -- Emerging computing paradigms and emerging technologies, nanoelectronics, nanotechnology and Nano-Electro-Mechanical Systems (NEMS) for efficient electronic system design. Application areas such as green technology and battery design also belong in this track.
ICT Systems  (ICTS) -- Cloud, Cluster, Grid and P2P Computing, Database and Information Systems, Internet and Web Computing,  Knowledge Management, Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, ICT for Women Empowerment and Rural Development, Satellite and Space Communications, Cyber Forensics, Distributed Software Development

 Energy Efficient Software System and Applications (EESSA) -- interface in embedded systems. Social computing, communications, and multimedia (image, audio, and video) applications,  Software implementations of Signal processing Systems.

 Secure and Reliable Systems (SRS)-- Security, Trust and Privacy,  Ubiquitous Computing, Information Theory and Coding,  QoS and Resource Management, Multi Agent Systems, Soft Computing Techniques, Virus Detections and Anti-virus, Techniques/Software, Dependable Automatic Control Techniques and Systems

Manuscript submission ends        : 5 th April 2013
Notifications of review status       : 6th May 2013
Camera ready papers due             : 7th   June 2013
Conference                                     : 29-31  August 2013