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ICCSLE 2014 : 4th International Conference on Computer Science and Logistics Engineering


When Apr 25, 2014 - Apr 27, 2014
Where Dubai
Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2014
Categories    computer technology   logistics engineering   traffic and transportation   other topics of contemporary s

Call For Papers

Welcome to the official website of the 4th International Conference on Computer Science and Logistics Engineering(ICCSLE2014)! After the successful previous events ICCSLE2011, ICCSLE2012, ICCSLE2013(Hong Kong), ICCSLE2014 has been successfully held during April 25-27, Dubai.

The theme for the conference is Cloud Computing and Logistics, which welcome all papers on computer science and logistics engineering.

ICCSLE2014 starts calling for outstanding papers.

EI-Journal Article:
Excellent papers will be recommended to be published by EI journals and indexed by EI Compendex in Journal Article (JA) type.

Paper should be submitted to the Paper Submission System:

For further information, please contact the Conference Secretariat.
Conference e-mail: (welcome you to send email at any time )
Telephone: 0371-55053215

ICCSLE Organization Committee

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