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How to get to the MedITC’2015 Conference (Be Live Grand Saïdia Hotel)?

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Authors of accepted papers should follow strictly the guidelines to prepare and submit the final version of their papers before 20th march 2015.

Authors should register using the online registration system before 25th March 2015.


Due to numerous requests to extend the paper submission deadline and because of Holidays period, the MedICT'2015 Conference Committee is pleased to announce that we will continue to accept paper submissions until January 20, 2015.

The Organizing Committee of MedICT 2015 wish you a happy, healthy, prosperous and peaceful New Year 2015.

Selected best papers presented in MedICT 2015 will have the possibility to be published as extended versions in a special issue of Information Science Journal (indexed by Compendex(Elsevier), INSPEC(IET), Scopus…etc): http://www.mdpi.com/journal/information/special_issues/MedICT2015

The proceedings of the conference will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE) (indexed by ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, Scopus, EI Compendex, MetaPress, Springerlink…).


The first Mediterranean Conference on Information & Communication Technologies (MedICT’15) will take place at the Be Live Grand Saïdia Hotel in the wonderful Moroccan “Blue Pearl” city of Saïdia in May 7-9, 2015. The general theme of MedICT’15 is "Information & Communication Technologies for sustainable development of Mediterranean countries”.
The MedICT’15 is the Mediterranean premier networking forum for leading researchers in the highly active fields of Information & Communication Technologies.
MedICT’15 is also a research meeting opened to all academic, researchers, industrials and PhD students, to discuss innovative ideas and to exchange latest issues, challenges, new technologies and solutions relevant to ICT and their Applications. MedICT’15 will have a special focus on enabling technologies for societal challenges, and seeks to address multidisciplinary challenges in ICT such as health, demographic change, wellbeing, security and sustainability issues.
The conference will publish high quality papers which are closely related to the various theories, as well as emerging and practical applications of particular interest to the ICT community.

The Main Tracks

Topics of interest include but are not limited to :

Track 1

Communication Theory and Technology

Standardization of 5G Communication Interfaces & Modeling Microwaves Theory and Techniques
Optimization models and algorithms M2x communications Mobility management and tracking
Modulation algorithms, Coding, and Channel Analysis Radio over fiber and optical communications Cognitive radio and spectrum management
Convergence of multi-modes, multi-bands, multi-standards and multi-applications Communication Security, Trust, Protocols and Applications Software defined radio technologies
RFID technology: design & applicationsCollaborative Communication Technology Future mobile communications
Next generation Internet Mobile Web Technology. Mobile TV and multimedia phones
Reconfigurable flexible low power architectures design techniques Traffic engineering and QoS supportDistributed systems and architectures
Intelligence for future communication systems.Digital mobile communications Multimedia communications
OFDM and CDMA Technologies MIMO channels and beam formingSecure communications
Satellite and space communications Advanced detection for mobile communications Microsystems, electronic failures and reliabilty

Track 2

Automation and Information Processing

Information theory Fuzzy Systems Modeling Analysis and Control
Hybrid Systems Modeling and Design Optimization and Decision Making Fault Detection. Systems Identification
Modeling and Simulation Techniques Pattern Recognition Control Systems and Applications
Cooperative Control Industrial Automation Intelligent & Nonlinear Control
Process Control & Instrumentation Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous AgentsAerospace Control
Remote Sensing and GPS Automatic Target RecognitionSignal, Image and Video Processing
Signal Detection and Parameter EstimationConvergence in Information TechnologyHardware and Software Design
Health and Medical Informatics Multimedia processor architectureComputer Vision
Information storage, indexing and retrieval Cryptography, watermarking Multicasting, broadcasting and geocasting
3D representation/recognition/retrieval Statistical and scientific databases Bioinformatics.
Biomedical signal processing QoS issues of multimedia services and applications

Track 3

Computer & Communication Networks

Algorithms. Computer ArchitectureDatabase Security
Middleware supportNetwork Security and Cryptography Mobile data management
Parallel and Distributing ComputingHigh-Performance Computing Autonomic and Trusted Computing
Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Virtual Reality and Visualization Biomedical Informatics and Computation Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
Small cells and heterogeneous networks Future Cloud for Communication Future warehousing.
Future Internet and networking architectures Service-oriented computing and cloud data management Crowdsourcing and Human Computation
Human-computer communicationPervasive Computing Intelligent communications and networks
Soft Computing and Intelligent SystemsInformation systems for disaster events Security, privacy and authentication in networked systems
IPv6 and GeoNetworking Wireless network algorithms and protocols Localization and tracking
Multi-agent systems Quality-of-service control Wireless LANs
Body and Personal Area Networks Ad hoc and wireless mesh networksSensor networks for environmental monitoring (WSN)
Ultra-wideband and short-range networks Vehicular Ad Hoc networks RFID networks and protocols
Communication Data Grids Embedded Systems and hardware implementationSoftware defined networks
Cooperative communication Energy-efficient for networks and applications

Track 4

ICT for Applications

E-learning, E-government, E-business New social media Wireless technologies for crisis response and Search and Rescue (SAR) activities
Critical infrastructure resilience and survivability Games and games designingSocial technology devises, tools and applications
Grid, crowd sourcing and cloud computingHypermedia systemsWeb servers and services
Smart Cities, smart home, smart building & smart environment Water management Disaster management
CybercrimeSmart Grid, Power Electronics & power line communications Microsystems, electronic failures and reliability
Internet Applications Naming and Identifiers Semantic web technologies for IoT Collaborative Applications and Systems
Context Awareness Human-to-machine Interaction in IoT Application Architecture of IoT
Enabling technologies and standards for IoT Tele-robotics Intelligent shopping
Green communications e-Health and assisted living Geographic information system
Nondestructive testing Digital Humanities

Important Dates

Extended submission deadline

December 31,2014 January 20, 2015

Notification to authors February 28, 2015
Final version due March 20, 2015
Deadline for author registration March 25, 2015
MedICT'15 Conference May 7- 9, 2015


Selected best papers presented in MedICT'2015

Selected best papers presented in MedICT'2015 will have the possibility to be published as extended versions in a special issue of Information Science Journal (indexed by Compendex (Elsevier), INSPEC(IET), Scopus…etc).

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