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International Conference on Computers and Management (ICCM) 2015

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Special Sessions

Data Communications, Search and Networking

The aim of this special session is to disseminate practical and theoretical information, which will enable readers to understand, manage, use, and maintain business data communication networks more effectively. The session addresses key technology, management, and policy issues for utilizing data communications and networking in business and the current best practices for aligning this important technology with the strategic goals of the organization.

Topics should be drawn from, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Adoption and diffusion of networking technologies
  • Business applications of telecommunications
  • Business implications of public WWANs and WLANs deployment
  • Effects of legislation and regulation on telecommunications
  • Emerging networking trends
  • Frameworks for wireless security
  • Impact of the open source movement on business data communications
  • Management of business data communications projects
  • Management of telecommunications in organizations
  • Mobility and m-commerce issues
  • Network management contingency issues
  • Organizational impact of e-commerce connectivity
  • Outsourcing of networking and data communication services
  • Policy-based network management systems
  • Policy-based security systems
  • Quality of service issues associated with networked systems
  • Standards and network interoperability issues
  • Strategic use of networking technologies
  • Success factors of networked systems
  • Telecommuting, remote access, and virtual private networks
  • Usability of business data communication networks

Human Computer Interaction: Challanges and Prospects

With the ever increasing use of Computers and the Internet, several issues like Ergonomics and aesthetics are emerging. Researchers are more and more working on designing systems that are usable and make the use of computers more satisfying and enjoyable. Also, there has been a quest to make the systems accessible for all, even for the persons with one or other kind of disabilities. Human Computer Interaction has immense potential on the way users can interact with the computers. This  Special Session aims to provide academicians and industrialists an opportunity to share their research experiences and provide innovative ways to design aesthetically and ergonomically designed systems.

Original and unpublished contributions are invited on the following topics of interests, but are not limited to:

  • Cognitive aspects of Human Computer Interaction
  • The need of Human Computer Interactions
  • Human and Computer part of Human Computer Interactions
  • Goals of HCI 
  • Ergonomics and aesthetics in HCI
  • Building scenarios and case studies in HCI
  • Design not just interfaces but interactions
  • Characteristics and features of a good design
  • Design process
  • Design systems usable by all
  • How a design can affect user emotions
  • Design , implement and evaluate interfaces
  • Enhance human productivity and efficiency through HCI
  • Improve learnability and usability of systems
  • Role of feedback in HCI
  • HCI and users with special needs
  • HCI and Social networking
  • Building interactions on the cloud
  • Accessibility issues
  • Recent advancements and innovations in HCI
  • Future research directions in HCI

Deadlines To Remember

Submission (Extended)       October 10, 2015

Acceptance                          October 31, 2015 

Registration                      November 15, 2015

Conference                  December 16-17, 2015 

Conference Proceedings Publication


The submitted papers will be reviewed for possible inclusion within the following SCOPUS, ACM and DBLP indexed Journals with H index or impact factor.