CFP untuk Internetworking Indonesia Journal (USA)
Berikut ini kami sampaikan Call for Paper (CFP)
untuk Indonesia Journal (USA).
Kami mengharap journal ini dapat memberi dukungan kepada perkembangan
riset dan publikasi dari Indonesia secara Internasional.
Journal ini menerima submisi paper dalam Bhs Indonesia
dan Bhs Ingris.
Kalau bisa, mohon CFP ini diteruskan kepada para dosen
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Indonesian Journal of ICT and Internet Development
Deadline for submissions: 30 October 2008
Notification of acceptance: 30 December 2008
Author Final Revision (CRC): 30 January 2009
Internetworking Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the
timely study of the (ICT) and
Internet development in Indonesia. The journal seeks high-quality
manuscripts on the challenges and opportunities presented by information
technology and the .
FOCUS & SCOPE
Internetworking Indonesia aims to become the foremost publication for
practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their
knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation,
and the management of ICT and the Internet in Indonesia.
Internetworking Indonesia welcomes and strongly encourages submissions
based on interdisciplinary approaches focusing on ICT & Internet
development and its related aspects in the Indonesian context.
These include (but not limited to) information technology,
communications technology, computer sciences, electrical
engineering, and the broader social studies regarding ICT and
Internet development in Indonesia.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
– Information technology and information systems
– Communications technology
– Software and hardware engineering
– Applications and services
– Broadband and telecommunications technologies
– Mobile and wireless networks
– Internet infrastructure systems, protocols and technologies
– Technical challenges and developments of computer networks in
– Internet Infrastructure development in Indonesia
– Multimedia and content development
– Education and
– Communications policy development and regulatory issues in the
– E-Government in Indonesia
– Internet governance in Indonesia
– and deployment
– Social and economic impact of ICT and Internet technologies to
the Indonesian society.
– Social networks, Peer-to-Peer computing and blogging
Internetworking Indonesia accepts a variety of manuscripts in both
English and . Please review the descriptions below and
identify the submission type best suited to your intended submission:
* Research Paper: Research papers are theoretically driven, focusing
on an area listed in the Topics.
* Technical paper: Technical papers present advances and research
results in a given area study.
* Policy Viewpoint: Policy Viewpoints explore competing perspectives
in the Indonesian policy debate that are informed by academic
* Teaching Innovation: Teaching Innovation papers explore creative
uses of information technology tools and the Internet to improve
learning and education in Indonesia.
* Book Reviews: A review of a book, or other book-length document,
such as a government report or foundation report. (3 pages max.)
Manuscripts in English and Bahasa Indonesia are accepted.
Manuscripts should be submitted according to the IEEE Guide for authors,
and will be refereed in the standard way. Manuscript pages should not
exceed 7 pages of the IEEE 2-column format, preferably submitted
electronically in a MS-Word file format.
All manuscripts should be submitted electronically. Please visit
http://www.Internetworking Indonesia. org for more information.
Manuscripts submitted to Internetworking Indonesia must not have
been previously published or committed to another publisher under
a copyright transfer agreement, and must not be under consideration
by another journal.
Authors of accepted papers are responsible for the Camera Ready
Copy (CRC) in the IEEE 2-column format (MS-Word file). Authors are
advised that no revisions of the manuscript can be made after
acceptance by the Editor for publication. The benefits of this
procedure are many, with speed and accuracy being the most obvious.
We look forward to working with your electronic submission which
will allow us to serve you more efficiently.
Thomas Hardjono, PhD (Wave Systems, USA)
Budi Rahardjo, PhD (ITB, Indonesia)
Kuncoro Wastuwibowo, MSc (PT. Telkom Indonesia)
Mark Baugher, MA (Cisco Systems, USA)
Lakshminath Dondeti, PhD (Qualcomm, USA)
Prof. , PhD (Arizona State University, USA)
Prof. Bambang Parmanto, PhD (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Prof. Wishnu Prasetya, PhD (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Prof. , PhD (University of Wollongong, Australia)
Prof. , PhD (University of Wollongong, Australia)
The Internetworking Indonesia journal provides open access to
all of its content on the principle that making research freely
available to the public supports a greater global exchange of
knowledge. This is the philosophy of the
(see the at pkp.sfu.ca). The journal
will be published electronically and there are no subscription
fees. Such access is associated with increased readership
and increased citation of an author’s work.