The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in different scientific fileds related to computer network technology.
In order to participate in the conference of ICFNT 2018, at least one author of each paper must register for the conference.
The conference is filled with rich scientifc activities, which include invited speeches, parallel sessions, academic visit, one-day tour.
2018 International Conference on Future Networks Technology will be held in Paris, France during January 2-4, 2018. It aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, and professinals from the industry, academia and government who are working in the field of computer networks technology to discourse on research and development, professional practice in related fields.
ICFNT 2018 is also the Annual Meeting of JACN editorial board, so it also serves to bring authors and editors of JACN together to communicate face to face and discuss their latest research results.
Best Presentation Award: Selection of the best paper will be made at the conference based on both the technical content and presentation. The winner will be chosen by the Session Chair and the Best Presentation Certificate will be awarded.
Option 1: Publication in JACN. Submissions will be reviewed by the conference committees and JACN editorial board, and accepted papers will be published in Journal of Advances in Computer Networks, which will be indexed EI (INSPEC, IET), DOAJ, ProQuest, and Google Scholar; etc.
Option 2: Publication in JCM. Submissions will be reviewed by the conference committees and JCM editorial board, and accepted papers will be published in Journal of Communications, which will be indexed by Scopus, INSPEC, EBSCO, etc.
Option 3: For those who're NOT looking to publish their papers, it's acceptable to submit your abstracts to the conference, which will be sent to at least two techinical committees for a brief review, and it will take about 10 working days.
Please submit full papers/Abstracts to the Conference via EasyChair Submission system.