From 24 – 25 November, the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) welcomes ICT experts to the 1st International Conference on Technological Advancement in Embedded and Mobile Systems (ICTA – EMoS) in Arusha, Tanzania. A Call for Papers is open until 2 September 2022, with all accepted papers to be included in the accompanying Springer Nature book to be published in 2023.
The need for an Emerging Trends in Embedded and Mobile Systems (EMoS) scientific and technology conference has been widely discussed at higher learning institutions, with students, academics, and researchers finding it difficult to publish their fresh research discoveries. The 1st International Conference on Technological Advancement in Embedded and Mobile Systems (ICTA – EMoS) will give an opportunity to the previous mentioned group to do profound research on EMoS and publish their novel findings, but also engage participants into face-to-face discussions and exchange ideas in their areas of expertise and interest. The conference is hosted by the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology in Arusha, Tanzania, as a central activity of the Centre of Excellence for ICT in East Africa, CENIT@EA.
The goal of ICTA-EMoS is to gather scientists, engineers, researchers, technicians and industrial representatives to present the cutting-edge studies on Embedded and Mobile Systems and form an interdisciplinary academic forum to discuss the scientific and engineering issues to arrive at more complete systems for the applications of the future world.
The ICTA-EMoS conference will be organized in a hybrid mode, i.e. both physical and virtual attendance are possible.
Submissions to the Call for Papers can be done via EasyChair, registration for the conference via the conference website. All information on focus topics, format, fees etc. can be found on the conference website as well:
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