The 3rd International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication
(SmartCom 2018)
December 15th-17th, 2018, Tokyo, Japan.

The 3rd International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication (SmartCom 2018)

Dec. 15th-17th, 2018, Tokyo, Japan, Waseda University

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[Announcement] [02-01-2018] SmartCom 2018 is calling for papers.

Recent booming development of Web-based technologies and mobile applications has facilitated a dramatical growth of new techniques' implementations, such as cloud computing, big data, pervasive computing, Internet of Things, and social cyber-physical systems. Enabling a smart life has become a popular research topic with an urgent demand. Therefore, the International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication will focus on both smart computing and communications fields and aims to collect recent academic work to improve the research and practical applications.

The scope of SmartCom 2018 covers a broad extent, from smart data to smart communications, from smart cloud computing to smart security. The conference is gathering all high-quality research/industrial papers related to smart computing and communications and targets at proposing a reference guideline for further research. All accepted papers will be indexed by EI. SmartCom 2018 will be held at Waseda University in Japan and its conference proceedings publisher is Springer.

Important Dates
Paper Submission August 1st, 2018
Author Notification October 20th, 2018
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Author Registration November 10th, 2018
Conference Date December 15th-17th, 2018

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Venue: Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

Conference Dates Dec. 15-17, 2018

Welcome to SmartCom 2018 (Springer):

International Conference on Smart Computing and Communication (Springer) will be held at Waseda University this year. Waseda University (早稲田大学 Waseda Daigaku), abbreviated as Sōdai (早大), is a Japanese private research university in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Founded in 1882 as the Tōkyō Senmon Gakkō by Ōkuma Shigenobu, the school was formally renamed Waseda University in 1902.

Waseda is organized into thirty-six departments: thirteen undergraduate schools and twenty-three graduate schools. As of May 2016, there were 42,860 undergraduate students and 8,269 graduate students. In addition to a central campus in Shinjuku, the university operates campuses in Chūō, Nishitōkyō, Tokorozawa, Honjō, and Kitakyūshū. Waseda also operates twenty-one research institutes at its main Shinjuku campus. The Waseda University Library is collectively one of the largest libraries in Japan and currently hold some 4.5 million volumes and 46,000 serials.

Waseda consistently ranks among the most academically selective and prestigious universities in Japanese university rankings. It is often ranked alongside Keio University, its rival, as the best private university in Japan. In 2015–2016, Waseda ranked 212th in the QS World University Rankings. Waseda is among the top type of the select Japanese universities assigned additional funding under the MEXT's Top Global University Project to enhance Japan's global educational competitiveness.

Waseda has graduated many notable alumni, including seven Prime Ministers of Japan, numerous important figures of Japanese literature, including Haruki Murakami, and many CEOs, including Tadashi Yanai, the CEO of UNIQLO, Nobuyuki Idei, the former CEO of Sony, Takeo Fukui, the former President and CEO of Honda, Norio Sasaki, the former CEO of Toshiba, Lee Kun-hee, the Chairman of Samsung Group, Mikio Sasaki, the former Chairman of Mitsubishi, and Hiroshi Yamauchi, former President of Nintendo.

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