December 21, 2012

Typical SPAM from typical bogus conference

Dear Author,
The 2013 International Conference on Applied Science,Engineering and Technology(ICASET 2013) will be held in Qingdao, September 20-22, 2013. The objective of this Conference is to offer a meeting point for professionals and researchers from industry and academia to present and discuss recent advances in the field of Applied Science, Information Technology, Materials Science, Chemistry, Electronic Engineering, Biological Technology etc.

Call for papers
(I) Chemical Engineering and Technology 
(II) Advances in Chemistry Research
(III) Material Science and Engineering
(IV)Computer Science and Technology
(V) Electronics and Information Technology
(VI) Management Science and Engineering 


After refereeing process, all accepted paperswill be combined into the conference proceedings, and be published in periodical AMR of TTP Advanced Materials Research, ISSN:1022-6680 )and will be indexed in the major academic databases, including EI Compendex, Thomson ISI (ISTP), and other indexing services.(See TTP's Conference List ID:787 ). AMR Trans Tech Publications will provide online camera-ready paper submission system to save time and decrease the publishing cycle. The full text is online available via Selected excellent paperswill be published on international reputation SCI journals.

本次会议TTP出版社出版列表 : ID:787

IADIS: Bogus Conferences - Bogus Journals - Fake and Bogus IADIS

IADIS is well known bogus publisher and organizer of several bogus journals. Imagine what? They sent SPAM (see below) looking for committee members, reviewers in a pyramid scheme. See below the IADIS bogus email and draw your own conclusions:

Dear Colleague,

We are co-chairing the (bogus) IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2013), a conference made of 13 conferences in the broad areas of Computer Science and Information Systems (please see
Following your last year participation as member of the Program Committee of Web Based Communities and Social Media, I would like to re-invite you to take part in this year's edition (please see

If you agree, we would like to ask you to access the reviewer's (bogus)  web site at (see your login and password at the bottom of this email) in order to choose your areas of interest/expertise so that we can assign you some papers for review - please choose at least a minimum of 3 areas. Can you do this within the next days?

As a member of the (bogus) committee, you will get some (bogus) papers to review in the topics you select (topics list available at You are entitled to be part of the (bogus) proceedings book and (bogus) CD-ROM.

Can I just ask you for a couple of names that could also be part of this (bogus) committee? The idea is to increase the number of members in the (bogus) committee in order to reduce the committee members' workload.

Also, can you please send me your address so that we can send you a (bogus) CD-ROM with the proceedings of the 2013 edition?

Could you please let me know whether you accept this (bogus) invitation?

Hope to see you again being part of this (bogus) IADIS conference.

Best regards,
Piet Kommers, University of Twente, The Netherlands
(bogus) IADIS WBC 2013 Program Chair

Piet Kommers, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Pedro Isaías, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal
Eva Kasparova, University of Business Administration, Prague, Czech Republic
MCCSIS 2013 General Conference Co-Chairs

Apologies for cross-postings. Please send to interested colleagues and students

November 28, 2012

New Spam from IEEE *New Spam from IEEE *New Spam from IEEE *

New Spam from IEEE *New Spam from IEEE *New Spam from IEEE *New Spam from IEEE *

We got the following IEEE Spam. You can find several IEEE fake conferences (bogus conferences of IEEE) using Google search engine.

New Spam from IEEE *Call for Papers
IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems
Special Issue on Computational and Smart Cameras

New Spam from IEEE *Scope and Purpose
The IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (JETCAS) seeks original contributions for an
issue on computational and smart cameras, scheduled to appear in June 2013.
Technological developments in imaging, computation, and embedded systems have created an opportunity for multi-
disciplinary approaches to techniques and applications related to cameras. They are no longer merely devices to record
a particular scene in a 2D picture; instead, with novel designs of the imaging systems, together with powerful
computation and interconnections among multiple cameras, many new applications in photography, vision, and sensing
are now possible.

New Spam from IEEE *Topics of Interest
Topics of interest for this issue include, but are not limited to:
 -  Circuits and systems for camera designs and architectures
 -  Image sensing and processing for smart cameras
 -  Computational cameras
 -  Computational illumination, optics, and electronic design
 -  High-performance imaging and in-camera image processing
 -  Embedded vision programming and parallel systems
 -  Wireless and mobile camera networks
 -  Camera arrays, and cameras based on cellular networks
 -  Distributed capture and vision processing algorithms
 -  3D scene capture, storage, and analysis
 -  Multi-view vision algorithms and applications
 -  Image processing with computational and energy constraints

New Spam from IEEE *Guest Editors
Edmund Lam, University of Hong Kong :
Hamid Aghajan, Stanford University :
Andrea Prati, Università Iuav di Venezia :
Faisal Qureshi, University of Ontario Institute of Technology :
Vincent Tam, University of Hong Kong :

April 06, 2012

A new comment uploaded in our blog today:

Important Universities in USA have considered all IEEE Conferences as fake conferences of the perfectly junk publications.