AIM and SCOPE

The Journal of Information Science and Technology (JIST) aims to be the forum through which researchers, faculties, graduate students and experts of the computer and information technology and others technological related fields share and discuss their high quality research work as well as innovation. Original research articles, practical applications and innovations in the broad area of computer and information technology are suitable for publication in JIST.


Soft Computing:
Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy and Neural Computing, Genetic Algorithms, Intelligent Agents, Neural Networks, Natural Language Processing, Robotics and Automation, Image Processing


• Human-Computer Interaction:
Graphical User Interfaces, Multimedia, Interactive Systems, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Human Cognitive Skills, Visualization, and Computer Simulation


• Information Assurance and Security:
Cryptography, Forensics and Incident Response, Biometrics, Security Policies and Procedures


• Information Systems:
Databases, Information Retrieval, Transaction Processing, Distributed and Object Databases, Data Warehousing, Knowledge Management, Expert Systems, Multimedia Information Systems, Digital Libraries, Geographical Information Systems


• Networking:
Advanced Computer Networks, Internet Technology and Applications, Distributed Systems, Wireless and Mobile Computing, Data Compression, Network Security, Enterprise Networking, Digital Communications


• Programming:
Object-Oriented Programming, Event-Driven Programming, Functional Programming, Logic Programming, XML and other Extensible Languages, Parallel Programming


• Platform Technologies:
Advanced Computer Architecture, Parallel Architectures, Cluster / Grid Computing, RFID, Embedded Systems


• System Integration and Architecture:
Software Acquisition and Implementation, System Needs Assessment, Software Economics, Enterprise Systems, Computing Economics


• Social and Professional Issues:
Professional Practice, Social Context of Computing, Computers Ethics, IT Law, Intellectual Property, Privacy and Civil Rights


• Web Systems and Technologies:
Programming for the WWW, E-commerce, E-Learning, Content Management Systems, E-Government and E-Service


• Multidisciplinary:
Bioinformatics, Biomedical Information Systems, Nano Technology


• e-Business and m-Business:
e-Business Process Aspects, Intelligent e-Business System, m-Business, e-Supply Chain Management & e-Logistics, e-Customer Relationship Management, e-Negotiation, e-Payment, e-Business Design and Developments


• Business and Information System:
Information management for business applications, Enterprise systems and architecture, Business systems infrastructure design for information integration, Service-oriented architecture, Service-component architecture


• Social and Business Aspects of Convergence IT and Ubiquitous Computing:
Economics of emerging technologies, Home and community computing, Economic and social complexities in CIT and UC, New forms of media and communications.

 

 

 

 

Publication

Conferences

NCIT-2006 by KMUTT
NCIT-2008 by RSU
NCIT-2010 by KMITL
NCIT-2012 by MUT
NCIT-2013 by KMUTT
NCIT-2014 by DPU
NCIT-2015 by KMITL
NCIT-2016 by WU
NCIT-2017 by MU

 

Manuscript Preparation Guideline

The template for writing the paper is available for downloading. Length of the paper should be in between 6-10 pages of A4 size. Text should be typewritten or printed with double-spaced in 11-point of A4 white paper with margins of 1.5" for top, 1.25" for left, and 1" for bottom and right. All pages must be numbered sequentially. Here are some guidelines.

 

• Abstract length 100-200 words

• Introduction which talks about the problem and related research
• Materials and methods use for experimentation
• Results of the experiment
• Discussion and Conclusion

 

Please submit your paper in MS Word to jist@mut.ac.th