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August 27-28, 2005
Hotel Pearl Continental, Karachi.

Second Call For Papers

The institute of Business Administration (IBA) is the oldest graduate business school outside North America and was established in April 1955 in collaboration with the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. Later, it was associated with the University of Southern California. In 1994 IBA’s status was elevated to a degree awarding institution. 

The IBA Center for Computer Studies (CCS) was established in 1983, with the collaboration of IBM (Pakistan). The CCS offers four-year BBA (MIS) and BCS (Software Engineering) programs; a two-year morning MBA (MIS) program and an evening MBA MIS) degree program. In addition the CCS has plans for offering an MS/PhD programs and Executive Education courses in fall 2005.

The year 2005 is the 50th anniversary of the inception of IBA. CCS is  the principal organizer of the ICICT2005.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to produce leaders in the fields of Management Information Systems (MIS), Computer Science & Engineering (CS&E) and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the 21st century who can face the ever-changing requirements of modern digital economies with vision, courage and competence.

1st International Conference on Information and Communication Technology:

The IBA being the premier business School in Pakistan, plans to organize a broad based, multi-topic, fully reviewed conference on Information and Communications Technology. This activity aims to capture the new wealth of research initiated by scholars inducted by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, and seeks to enhance the interaction of local and overseas scientists and attempts to foster tangible focus on problems related to the socio economic uplift of the nation. This conference is the only forum of its kind in Pakistan that brings together technical and business related issues pertaining to Information and Communications Technology. 

The major areas of interest at the 1st International Conference on Information and Communications Technology are:

  1. Software Engineering
  2. Management Information Systems (MIS)
  3. Database and Warehousing
  4. Artificial Intelligence
  5. Modeling, forecasting and Simulation
  6. Algorithms, Tools and Applications
  7. Computer Graphics and Interactive Systems
  8. Operating Systems
  9. Quality and Reliability of Software Systems
  10. Network Security
  11. Wireless Networks
  12. Telecommunications and Telecommunication Regulations
  13. Grid Computing
  14. Web Services
  15. Real Time Systems Engineering
  16. Quality and Reliability of Hardware Systems
  17. Computer Science & Engineering – Education issues
  18. Standards for Computer Science and Engineering
  19. Economic Impacts of Computerization
  20. Managerial Issues in Computerization
  21. Application of Computing in Accounting and Finance
  22. Storage Area Networks

Academicians, Researchers and Professionals active in above areas of research are invited to submit technical papers. Please use author guidelines. All submissions should be in electronic format.