[Air-l] CITSA 2006

Alex Halavais halavais at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 20:42:55 PST 2006

Am I wrong to think that the whole SciGen thing pretty much killed
these off? Cf, http://anthony.liekens.net/index.php/Misc/FakeConferences

I guess not!

On 1/18/06, Homero Gil de Zuniga <hgildezuniga at wisc.edu> wrote:
> Some might be interested on this one
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> On behalf of the CITSA 2006 Organizing Committee, I would like to invite
> you to participate in the 3rd International Conference on Cybernetics and
> Information Technologies, Systems and Applications
> (http://www.info-cybernetics.org/citsa2006 ), which will take place in
> Orlando, Florida, USA, from July 20-23, 2006.
> The best 10%-20% of the papers will be published in Volume 4 of JSCI
> Journal (http://www.iiisci.org/Journal/SCI/Home.asp). 12 issues of the
> volumes 1 and 2 of the Journal have been sent to about 200 university and
> research libraries, and 6 issues of Volume 3 (2005) will be sent to a
> larger number of library. Promotional, free subscriptions, for 2 years, are
> being considered for the organizations of the Journal's authors.
> We are emphasizing the area of Applications of Cybernetics and Informatics
> in other Scientific and Engineering Disciplines which is related to your
> specific area.
> Also, we would like to invite you to organize an invited session related to
> a topic of your research interest. If you are interested in organizing an
> invited session, please, fill the respective form provided in the
> conference web page, and we will send you a password, so you can include
> and modify papers in your invited session.
> Organizers of the invited sessions with the best performance will be
> co-editors of the proceeding volume where their sessions' papers were
> included and of the CD electronic proceedings. They will also be candidate
> for invited editors, or co-editors of a possible JSCI Journal issue related
> to their invited session papers.
> You can find information about the suggested steps to organize an invited
> session in the Call for Participation and in the conference web page.
> If you need a detailed Call for Participation, don't hesitate in asking us
> for it. You can also get it the conference's web site.
> If the deadlines are tight and you need more time, let me know about a
> suitable time for you and I will inform you if it is feasible for us.
> Best regards,
> Professor José Aguilar
> CITSA 2006 General Chair
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// Alexander Halavais
// Graduate Director of Informatics
// University at Buffalo School of Informatics
// http://alex.halavais.net

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