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IST'2010 is the fifth in a series of biannual events organized by Iran Telecom Research Center (ITRC) and designed to provide an opportunity for academicians and specialists in the international ICT community, to meet peers in Iran to have exchanges on the latest developments in emerging technologies, progress in standards, services and applications in information and communication systems. The symposium will feature keynotes by world-renowned speakers, contributed papers, panels, special sessions and tutorials. The 2010 proceedings will be indexed by the IEEE Xplore Digital Library, as was IST2008's. Also please be informed that select papers will be published in International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (IJICT) to be published by ITRC. The Organizing Committee invites you to contribute to this prestigious event by submitting a paper or organizing a session with four to five papers pertinent to your area of expertise. Submitted proposals can also include a panel session or a pre-symposium tutorial/ workshop related to one of the topics of IST'2010.

Khalvat Karimkhani Golestan Saabgheranieh Palace
National Garden (Baq-e-Melli) Gateway


Topics and Subtopics to be addressed include, but not limited to:

1. Wireless & Mobile Communications
-  Multi-Hop and cooperative Communications
-  Hybrid Wireless Communication Systems
-  Cognitive Radio, Wireless Broadband Communications
-  Cellular and Broadcast Communications
-  Mobile and Wireless IP
-  Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks, Adaptive Antenna Systems
-  Wireless Multi- Media
-  Wireless Multiple Access Techniques
2. Access Networks
-  New Broadband Access Technologies
-  Last Mile Access Topologies
-  HFC, XDSL & FTTH Ethernet
-  Wireless & Optical Access Networks
-  Protocols & Standards
3. Network Theory
-  Computer Networks
-  Switching & Routing
-  Network Simulation & Modeling
-  Network Clustering
-  Network Management & Planning
-  Traffic Scheduling, Grooming & Engineering
-  Network Reliability & Security
-  Data Communications
-  Internet & Intranet
-  Next Generation Networks
4. Information Technology
-  IT Services and Applications
-  Enterprise Solutions
-  Knowledge/ Content Management Systems
-  Signal Processing & Multi-Media Systems
-  Human Computer Interaction
-  Intelligent Service Creation
-  Secure Information Systems
-  Open - Source Softwares for Communication Purposes
-  Web-Based Systems
-  Search Engines & Semantic Web
5. Computation & Decision- Making Aspects
-  Algorithms, Models & Techniques
-  AI & Soft Computing
-  Natural Language Processing
-  Design, Planning & Scheduling
-  Debugging & Diagnosis
-  Ubiquitous Computing
-  Retrieval & Mining
6. Strategic Aspects of ICT
-  Socio- Cultural Planning & Foresighting
-  Economic Planning & Foresighting
-  Ecological / Environmental Planning & Foresighting
-  Strategic Management & Planning


  • Papers
    Authors are invited to submit complete manuscripts of their original work of between 4 to 6 pages long. All manuscripts should be in English and submitted electronically using IST2010 submission web page in both MS Word and PDF formats in compliance with the IEEE manuscript templates. Authors are also required to indicate which category from the above list their submission adheres to. Receipt of proposals will be acknowledged by e-mail.
    Each submission will be subject to review by three reviewers and the final decision will made by TPC. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the symposium.


    • Manuscripts submitted to IST'2010 should not be submitted in parallel to other events. Manuscripts accepted or rejected by other similar events would not be processed by the IST'2010 TPC.
    • Manuscripts corresponded by student authors should obtain prior approval of their advisors before submission. All correspondences would also address the co-authors for their information.
    • The attention of prospective authors is drawn to the IST'2010 policy on plagiarism. Use of material from other sources without giving credit to the reference is not ethical. Proposals containing plagiarism would not be considered by the IST'2010 TPC.
    • To avoid plagiarism, due credit must be given whenever the followings are used:

      • Another person’s idea, opinion, or theory.
      • Any facts, statistics, graphs, drawings—any pieces of information—that are not common knowledge.
      • Quotations of another person’s actual spoken or written words.
      • Paraphrase of another person’s spoken or written words.

  • Workshops
    Tutorial proposals on subjects describing new developments in systems, technologies or applications are welcomed. Length should be tailored for half-day or full-day presentation using PowerPoint or overhead projector slides. Distribution of supplementary handouts or brochures is encouraged.
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