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IC Theme Issues 2015 : IEEE Internet Computing Guest Editor Proposals for Theme Issues

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Submission Deadline Mar 1, 2015
 

Call For Papers

IEEE Internet Computing will be assembling its editorial calendar for the 2016-2017 timeframe at its upcoming editorial board meeting. We solicit proposals to guest edit theme issues.

The deadline for proposals for this cycle is 1 March 2015.

Your proposal should contain at least the following sections:

Proposed Title: Clear, crisp, meaningful. Try to make it no more than five words.

Proposers' Information: Names, affiliations, and contact information (postal address, electronic address, telephone number, and fax number).

Introduction: Explain the theme and how it fits in the larger context of internet computing. Describe its relevance to IEEE Internet Computing readers: importance, timeliness, target audience, and so on. Examine recent publications, including other focus sections of IEEE Internet Computing, to convince the evaluators that the theme complements other work or fills a gap.

Focus: Detail particular questions that will be addressed or perspectives that will be described. If other publications have addressed similar themes, how will this focus section differ? Describe what readers will learn and whether this information is available elsewhere.

List of Potential Reviewers and Authors: Balance academics with industrial and governmental contributors. State preliminary contacts that have been made. However, remember that IEEE Internet Computing is a refereed publication; all invited manuscripts (except for the point/counterpoint article) must be refereed and are not guaranteed acceptance. The majority of manuscripts that finally appear in the issue will likely be the result of your solicitation. You should propose a credible plan for ensuring enough high-quality submissions. Guest editors may not submit articles other than the introduction for possible inclusion.

Call for Articles: Create a call for articles based on your focus. This is often where the "rubber meets the road" on a topic: a good call is specific and clear.

Qualifications of the Guest Editors (GEs): In addition to technical qualifications, highlight your experience as editors, in IEEE Internet Computing and other publications. Attach a biography of up to one page for each GE, including a list of the five most relevant publications. Two GEs are preferable to one. At least one GE must reflect an industrial and practical viewpoint.

For more information on IEEE Internet Computing magazine and author guidelines, go to http://computer.org/internet.

For questions and/or to submit a special issue proposal, contact Brian Brannon at bbrannon@computer.org.

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