October 18, 2010

Maybe, this is not a BOGUS Conference, but it bombardizes us with hundred of SPAM email.

Maybe, this is not a BOGUS Conference, but it bombardizes us with hundred of SPAM email.
So, the fakeness of this
is big

However, there are many blatant advertizements of IEEE (junk) conferences on the web,
because IEEE established an Industry of fake conferences
in collaboration with bogus local partners (IARIA, IRAST, HIGHSCI, IARIA, IACSIT, grs-association.org, AICIT,
World Research institutes (!!!) and many others)

See
http://www.iaria-highsci.blogspot.com

So, the following is one more suspicious IEEE fake conference

International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering


co-sponsored by IEEE and IEEE-PES
.
Rome, Italy, 8-11 May 2011

Call for Papers
The aim of the Conference is to promote a Forum, where people involved with electrical engineering, environmental science and industry may exchange their experiences and present solutions found for actual and future problems.
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers within the scope of the Conference.
Oral and poster sessions will be scheduled, depending on the number of papers selected for inclusion in
the technical programme.

Suggested Topics:

A. Renewable energy sources

1. Wind energy, wind turbines
2. Solar energy
3. Photovoltaic cell technology
4. Hydro energy
5. Ocean energy: tidal and wave
6. Biomass
7. Biofuels
8. Energy Harvesting

B. Nuclear energy

C. Energy storage

D. Hydrogen based sources

E. Power Systems

1. Power Quality
2. Smart Grids
3. Design, Control and Management
4. Protection
5. RAM (Reliability, Availability,Maintainability)
6. Grid integration of renewable energy sources
7. Management of MV/LV distribution grids with Distributed/Renewable Generation

F. Components

1. Generators for wind turbines
2. Hydro turbines
3. Electrical generators
4. Power electronic converters for renewables
5. Hydrogen combustion

G. Regulatory, legal and economic aspects

1. Investment and support schemes-Tax support schemes
2. Integration of renewables in electricity markets
3. Certificate systems

H. Environmental aspects and Pollution

I. Signal Processing

1. Circuits and systems theory and applications
2. Nonlinear systems
3. Signal processing and identification

J. Measurement science

1. Electrical quantities
2. Environmental measurements

K. Emerging technology in industrial systems

L. Innovative educational methods

and other topics within the main scope of the Conference

Submission of papers

Prospective authors are invited to send original full papers using the electronic Submission System in PDF format.

All submissions must be electronic in PDF format and must follow the two-column format of IEEE Conference Proceedings. Authors are strongly recommended to use the style files available on the conference website and convert files using IEEE PDF eXpress. The maximum length of a manuscript is four (4) pages.

Accepted (peer-reviewed) papers will be published in IEEE Xplore and selected papers in an high-rank journal.

To encourage international authors to participate in the conference and avoiding travel expenses, the conference will also include a:

Remote Session

Interested authors should submit their papers for review and inclusion in the conference program. The
authors of accepted papers will send to the organizing committee a paper presentation ready for a poster
session. The authors will have the opportunity to respond to the participants questions on a technical
forum, set up on the conference website.

Authors participating only to the Remote Session will be charged a reduced conference fee. They will also receive Conference Proceedings free of charge.

Deadlines

The submission system is open now for new papers.

Submission of full papers: 31 January 2011

Paper Acceptance Notification: 1 March 2011

Submission of Final Papers: 31 March 2011

Contact:

EEEIC Main Secretariat

I-7 Faculty of Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Technology
Wyb. Wyspianskiego 27, Wroclaw, POLAND
tel: +48 505153080, fax +48 713202006
email: pc@eeeic.eu
website : http://www.eeeic.eu

Information
Details on the Conference program, social events and hotel accommodation will be published on the website http://www.eeeic.eu. For further information please contact the Conference Secretariat.

Working Language
The working language of the Conference is English, which will be used for all printed material, presentations and discussion.

Venue

The Conference will take place in the city of Rome, Italy

Publication

Accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore and indexed by independent abstracting and indexing (A&I) services, such as Elseviers EI Compendex, IETs Inspec, SCOPUS and Thomson Reuters Web of Science.

Selected papers will be recommended for publication in a ISI-indexed journal.

September 02, 2010

A junk IEEE conference calls you to send SCIgen pseudo-papers to be included in IEEEXplore. The data base with

No need to prove that this is an IEEE fake conference. See the following call for junk papers and draw your conclusionsfor this fake IEEE conference
Dear Author,
2011 2nd World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE 2011)
17-19 June 2011, Changchun, China
http://world-research-institute.org/conferences/CSIE/2011
Call for Papers & Exhibits
CSIE 2011 intends to be a global forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in computer science and information engineering. Topics of interests include, but are not limited to, data mining & data engineering, intelligent systems, software engineering, computer applications, communications & networking, computer hardware, VLSI, & embedded systems, multimedia & signal processing, computer control, robotics, and automation.
All papers in the CSIE 2011 conference proceedings will be indexed in Ei Compendex and ISTP, as well as included in the IEEE Xplore (The previous conference CSIE 2009 has already been indexed in Ei Compendex and included in the IEEE Xplore). IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1160F-PRT. ISBN: 978-1-4244-8361-7.
Changchun is the capital city of Jilin province, situated in the central section of China's northeast region. There are many natural attractions to entertain residents and visitors around Changchun. The grand Changbai Mountain renowned for its spectacular landscape, charming scenery, glamorous legends, as well as rich resources and products, has been praised as the first mountain in the northeast, outstanding as one of the China’s top-ten famous mountains. Other attractions in or around Changchun include Songhua lake (Songhuahu), Jingyue Lake (Jingyuetan), Changchun Movie Wonderland, Changchun Puppet Palace (Weihuanggong), Changchun World Sculpture Park, and Changchun World Landscape Park, etc.
Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline: 20 September 2010Review Notification: 15 November 2010Final Paper and Author Registration Deadline: 6 January 2011
Contact Information
If you have any inquiries, please email us at CSIE2011@cust.edu.cn

Please feel free to forward to others.

June 21, 2010

Who told that IEEE don't organize junk Multiconferences with several fake papers and zero review?

Who told that IEEE don't organize junk
Multiconferences with several fake papers and zero review?
See this Spam Call for Papers


in the list of fake conferences, without any hesitation, without any doubt, add the AICIT, although the Creator and Sponsor of these fake conferences is IEEE. As a conclusion, AICIT www.aicit.org does not have any problem. They call their business AICIT today, and tomorrow they will rename it, maybe to AICE, or AICI, or XYZ. The main responsible and the great academic gilty is IEEE. This is the problem, the IEEE fake conference and we speak about IARIA, HIGHSCI, AICIT etc... Several officers of IEEE have confessed in public that they have accepted and published fake papers while the IEEE is a center of fake conferences. Google: "IEEE confess fake conference" . Additonally to this we have many reasons to believe that the following conferences of IEEE are Fake Conferences. For example, some of them have accepted SCIgen Papers or do not have Scientific Committee. The following conferences have the same features a), b), c) d) as the previous fake conferences of AICIT (IEEE). Maybe, the organizers are the same and run them form other web sites. They use to use the name of IEEE in the title of their conferences, i.e. they do not say: 3rd International Conference on, but 3rd IEEE International Conference on, that means that the IEEE has direct relation and full (100%) responsibility of these fake conferences:

January 27, 2010

No doubt that the reliability of the IEEE Conferences are ZERO

JUNK EMAIL (Spam from a new IEEE fake conference)
ENJOY the MULTIPLE IEEE SPAM
I have 3 email accounts and I received IEEE SPAM in all of them today!!!!
They did not have any procedure for unsubscribing.
No doubt that the reliability of the IEEE Conferences are ZERO
(Google: Fake IEEE or
Google: Bogus IEEE or
Google: Junk IEEE )





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Dear,

Just a small reminder that the paper submission deadline of February 1 st, 2010 for the third International Conference E-MEDISYS’10 is coming up.
This conference supported by IEEE Morocco will be held from 12 to 14 May 2010 in Morocco.

You can find more details in:

http://www.setit.rnu.tn/E-medisys/

The paper submission can be done on-line at
http://www.setit.rnu.tn/E-medisys/?main=1&pg=submission

Your propositions are welcome (they can be made either in French or in English).

We are waiting for seeing you in Morocco in E-MEDISYS'10.

Best Regards

Mohamed Salim BOUHLEL
General Co-Chair E-MEDISYS 2010

Director of the Higher Institute of Electronics and Communication of Sfax ISECS
Head of Research Unit: Sciences & Technologies of Image and Telecommunications ( Sfax University ) SETIT
Skype Name: UR-SETIT
GSM +216 20 200 005
http://www.isecs.rnu.tn

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E-MEDISYS 2010

Third International Conference of E-Medical Systems
Technically co-sponsored IEEE Morocco
Fez, Morocco, May 12-14, 2010
http://www.setit.rnu.tn/E-medisys/

== E-MEDISYS 2010 PRESENTATION =============================================

E-Medisys is a new international conference, very innovative, on the topic of the telemedicine.

This conference was born out of collaboration of three teams of research divided between Sfax (Tunisia), BesanĪ·on (France) and Fez (Morocco).

E-Medisys, from its topic interdisciplinary, has the role to bring together the researchers, and the industrialists, who are actors of the telemedicine as well from the medical point of view as from the data- processing point of view.
It is what makes a single event of it: the meeting of the actors who will allow treating the telemedicine “from beginning to end”. This conference will be held in French and English. Papers will be selected by a mixed reading panel gathering of the specialists to re-elect in the field of the telemedicine.

== TOPICS ==================================================================

The topics of this conference are voluntarily opened in order to support the participation of many teams (researchers, teachers, engineers, industrialists and students). A broad place will be reserved for the new ideas, with not yet succeeded work, original work positioning clearly compared to what exists.

Here a non exhaustive list of the topics:

Medical Information Management

Patient Information
Data Archiving
Information Systems
Data Bases Multimedia
Evaluation of the Information Systems of Health
Security
NTIC and Health





Medical Imagery

Data-processing Applications for Medical Imagery
Segmentation, Rebuilding 3D
Computer Graphics
Signal Treatments
Image, Compression, Coding and Encoding





Remote Telemedical Plateforms

Collaborative Work, Collaborative Virtual Environments
Remote Monitoring
Telediagnosis, Teleconsulting
E-health
Information Systems Integrated of Health for the Shared and Collaborative Care





Ergonomics of the Interfaces

Remote Human Computer Interfaces
Virtual Reality
Increased reality
Increased Reality Safety in Distributed Multimedia Applications





Medical Systems Communicating

Wireless Adhoc Networks (MANET)
Personal Networks (PN), Personal Area
Networks (PAN), WIMAX
Ubiquity and Networks without Wire
Networks of Health
Sensor Networks: Patients Steady, Patient with Handicap
Mobile Care Patient, Mobility
Security in Networks




== IMPORTANT DATES =========================================================

Paper submission: DEADLINE For Submissions, February 1, 2010
Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2010
Final manuscript due: March 15, 2010
Main conference: May 12, 2010







== CONFERENCE'S PLACE ======================================================



Fez was the capital of Morocco for all together more than 1000 years, home of the oldest university of the country and the leading cultural and religious centre. Fez is also the home of the oldest a largest medieval city in the world, a city that is almost unchanged through the modern ages and still most definitely alive.



Fez was founded in 789 at a place between the mountains where the river was flushing by.

History has provided the city with long periods of hardship, but Fez has never died. Today it has its own culture, pride, art and even cuisine.

January 13, 2010

Some other people agree with us!

Searching in the internet we have found this web page

http://fakeconference.blogspot.com/

They say some interestig things and we copied and pasted here:

This page outlines the differences between good conferences, bad conferences and academic scams.

This page outlines the differences between good conferences, bad
conferences and academic scams.


The purpose of conferences


Why would anyone organise a conference?

To promote the exchange of ideas in a particular area


  • To promote networking by researchers
  • To generate funds for a non-profit organisation
  • To focus attention on a particular area
  • To promote the organisers' reputations
  • To make a profit for the organisers


Why attend a conference?



  • To learn about the area
  • To interact with other researchers
  • To add a publication to your CV
  • To have a holiday somewhere nice

Most of the motivations above are generally altruistic, but the last two in
each list are not. Promoting the organisers' reputations and adding to your CV
are not necessarily bad; this is how academia works. However, these four
motivations result in a lot of low-quality work being published.


Quality: If your motivation for attending a confernce is to have a holiday or to add (uncritically) to your CV the quality of the conference won't matter much. In
contrast, if you attend for the other reasons quality is a major concern.
Imagine attending a conference and not making any useful contacts or coming
across any good ideas: you would not have not gained much!

You might still consider this conference worthwhile because you got a
publication out of it. After all, having publications may help impress your
supervisor or thesis examiners or potential employers. Publications will also
help your career as a scientist: you will be more likely to get funding, to be
promoted, to attract students, to be invited to give talks and so on. However,
quality is vital and there is a huge range in the quality of conferences and
journals. These days it's possible to get anything published. In fact, in the
famous SCIgen affair a
computer-generated nonsense paper was accepted by a conference. As a result,
publications in themselves mean little; what matters is their quality. In fact,
if you publish in low-quality conferences, or, worse, junk conferences, you will
find this hurts your reputation more that it helps.


Spam and junk conferences

A spam conference (or spamference) is one which is advertised with
junk mail (spam). It is genuinely difficult to reach a large number of
researchers in a particular area to advertise a conference, and some organisers
of legitimate conferences are tempted into using junk mail. These conferences
tend, however, to be lower quality ones, or new (or one-off) events which need
to boost their attendence in this way. Well-established, high-quality
conferences are well-known in their area and don't need to resort to junk mail.
These are the conferences which count most on your CV.

The conferences which send the most junk mail tend to be junk conferences,
which have little or no academic value and are only run to make a profit for the
oraganisers. Some researchers participate to get a free holiday and a
publication but others participate in good faith, not realising the nature of
the event. The point of this page is to ensure that you are not one of hem.


Where the money goes

Most conferences charge a fee for attendance which is put toward the cost of
running the event. Some events also raise money for a non-profit organisation
with which they are affiliated. The Association for the Advancement of
Artificial Intelligence is an example of such an organisation, and it is a
legitimate one, although I don't know whether fees from their conferences
contribute to the association.

Some conferences, especially larger ones, subcontract some of the
non-academic organisational work. Many conferences, however, are organised
entirely by volunteers, although there may be concessions to the main organisers
such as free registration. Invited speakers generally get free registration, a
contribution toward travel costs, and possibly an honorarium (a small payment).
The details of these arrangements are not usually publicised and there is the
potential for dubious use of funds, but as each incarnation of a particular
conference series is generally organised by different people each year it is
difficult for misuse of funds to persist.

Although I see no reason why for-profit conferences cannot be of good quality
there are a number of junk conferences which are run solely for profit, and
where the quality of work is given little or no consideration.


Warning signs


Here are some warning signs but note that bona fide conferences may show some of
these warning signs; in particular many reputable conferences are held in nice
places.


  • The conference is advertised using spam
  • The conference has the same chair every year. (Bona fide conferences may
    have the same people on an executive committee for many years, but probably
    not the same chair.)
  • The call for papers emphasises repeatedly that it is a "reputable"
    conference with many "famous experts"
  • The call for papers, and subject of the conference, is very general

  • The chair has chaired dozens of other conferences but probably has few
    good publications and does not work at a reputable institution
  • The conference is in a very nice place
  • You are invited by a stranger to organise a special session, or to
    undertake some other activity for the conference which would normally
    require some stature in the area, when you in fact do not have this stature.
    For example if you are a PhD student it's unlikely you will be asked by a
    stranger to take a high-profile role. Having said that, invitations to serve
    on a programme committee are not that uncommon or that high-profile, and
    advertising for special session proposals is fine as long as they're not
    automatically accepted.
    http://fakeconferences.blogspot.com/

Open access journal scams

Recently open-access journals
have begun to appear. These journals provide free access to readers on the web
and charge authors to publish. This is a big improvement over the traditional
model of subscribing to journals since it makes results freely available to all.
However, it allows for a new type of scam.

In August 2008 I was invited to join the editorial board of a journal, which
is normally quite an honour. I work in the area of the journal but didn't
recognise the editor and decided to check him out on the web before replying. It
soon turned out this was an open access journal scam, which was new to me. The
"publisher" was in fact a single individual at a private address who was
attempting to recruit academics to serve on his various editorial boards in an
attempt to make them look legitimate and so attract others to the editorial
boards and to submit papers. This is what a major publisher does when setting up
a new journal, but a major publisher has the resources to do this properly
(remember the section on quality!). This individual appeared to be working on
his own and apparently is not affiliated with any insitution and doesn't even
have a degree. This is something like trying to pass yourself off as a doctor
without having gone to medical school.


See also: http://academic-spam.blogspot.com/



REFERENCES: http://fakeconference.blogspot.com/