Senin, 18 Juli 2011

Internetworking Indonesia Journal (IIJ) Vol.3/No.1 (Spring 2011)
The Internetworking Indonesia Journal (IIJ) is a peer reviewed semi-annual electronic journal devoted to the timely study of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Internet development in Indonesia. The journal seeks high-quality manuscripts on the challenges and opportunities presented by information technology and the Internet in Indonesia. The journal accepts papers in English or Bahasa Indonesia.

Background and Motivations (PDF)

Focus & Scope

The Internetworking Indonesia Journal aims to become the foremost publication for practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, and the management of ICT and the Internet in Indonesia.

Topics of Interest

The journal welcomes and strongly encourages submissions based on interdisciplinary approaches focusing on ICT & Internet development and its related aspects in the Indonesian context. These include (but not limited to) information technology, communications technology, computer sciences, electrical engineering, and the broader social studies regarding ICT and Internet development in Indonesia.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Information technology and information systems
  • Communications technology
  • Software and hardware engineering
  • Applications and services
  • Broadband and telecommunications technologies
  • Mobile and wireless networks
  • Internet infrastructure systems, protocols, standards and technologies
  • Technical challenges and developments of computer networks in Indonesia
  • Internet Infrastructure development in Indonesia
  • Multimedia and content development
  • Education and distant learning
  • Communications & technology policy development and regulatory issues in the Indonesian context
  • E-Government in Indonesia
  • Internet governance in Indonesia
  • Open source software development and deployment
  • Social, political and economic impact of ICT and Internet technologies to the Indonesian society
  • Social networks, Peer-to-Peer computing and blogging
  • Cloud Computing, SaaS, and Grid Computing

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