The International Conference on Computer and Applications IEEE/ICCA'24 (Sixth Edition, BUE) is an annual event focusing on state of the art technologies pertaining to digital information, communications and multimedia. It is an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to meet and discuss the recent trends in computer applications. It opens a new horizon for research collaboration locally and internationally. The three-day conference will consist of oral and poster presentations with plenary sessions. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by two reviewers applying the single blind process. Accepted papers will be published as a collective work in an electronic format and will be submitted for indexing (, SCOPUS, WEB OF SCIENCEDBLP). The proceedings of IEEE/ICCA'17 IEEE/ICCA'18 IEEE/ICCA'22  and IEEE/ICCA'23 were published in the SCOPUS, IEEE, DBLPIEEE/ICCA’24 is a good opportunity for participants to meet with leading researchers working on cutting edge engineering research projects. The conference represents an exceptional opportunity to find potential collaborators and introduces your University and institutions in front of key academic leaders and top-tier scholars.  

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Draft paper submission deadline

Papers submission is done through EDAS management system  ( ). Authors should engage that they will not submit their paper(s) to other conferences or journals before the final notification of IEEE/ICCA chairs. The work is considered to be original and belong to the authors with all contents (text, photos, images, figures, tables, etc.)..All papers will be checked automatically for plagiarism.  IEEE policy requires all submissions to its conference proceedings to be screened through a plagiarism detection process.  Authors must submit original work that: 

• has not appeared elsewhere for publication 

• is not under review for another refereed publication 

• cites previous work 

• indicates how it differs from the previously published work 

Authors must inform us when submitting any previously published work. Please contact Eng. Dana Bandock.  It is common in technical publishing for material to be presented at various stages of its evolution. The IEEE recognizes the importance of this evolutionary publication process as a significant means of scientific communication and fully supports this publishing standard. At the same time the IEEE requires that this evolutionary process be fully referenced.  IEEE defines plagiarism as “the use of someone else’s prior ideas, processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source.”  IEEE separates plagiarism into five levels: Level One: 50-100% copied Level Two: 20-50% copied Level Three: < 20%.  IEEE defines plagiarism as “the use of someone else’s prior ideas, processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source.”. 

In case of EXPLICIT PLIAGIRISM, we will inform the IEEE/IPR Office to let them know the author’s name and the details of the incident so that it can be recorded for any repeat incidents by the same author. 

In case the authors' misused content was a simple mistake, and the manuscript has merit, then we will inform the authors of the reported similarity and have them revise the paper accordingly and resubmit it. 


MAIN TOPICS INCLUDE (but not limited to):

  • Connected health • Bioinformatics• Machine Learning 
  • Security, E-Learning • Virtual Education • Assistive Technology 
  • Haptics, Social computing • Smart Cities 
  • Image Processing  • Biometry,  • Big Data Analytics 
  • Neural Networks• Optimizations • Graphics
  • Big data analytics • Computer Graphics • Education
  • Serious Games, Fuzzy logic • Artificial Intelligence  
  • Steganography • Deep Learning.  • Optimization 
  • Edutainment Games • Machine learning 
  • Cryptography • Multimedia Applications • Education
  • Embedded systems Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Special Needs Applications • Information Security 
  • Grid computing • Transportation • Algorithms 
  •  Information Forensics • Robotics • Number Theory
  • Cloud computing • Soft Computing • Natural language
  • Ontology • Constraints Satisfaction • Mathematics & AI
  • Knowledge extraction. Geospatial  • Data Analysis 
  • Computational Modeling and Simulation 
  • Internet of things • Next Generation of Computing.
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  • Conference Date

    Dec 17



    Dec 19


  • May 27 2024

    Draft paper submission deadline

  • Dec 19 2024

    Registration deadline

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British University in Egypt
Egypt Section
Université de Technologie et de Sciences Appliquées Libano-Française