[Telecentres] Call for Associate Editors and reviewers: Advances in Network and Communications

Alejandro Canovas alejandro.canovas.cp46700 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 31 12:24:59 GMT 2010

******** Call for Associate Editors and reviewers ********

Advances in Network and Communications

ISSN: 2093-4734


Advances in Network and Communications is an online international journal, published by Human and Sciences Publication (HumanPub). All papers published in this journal will be permanently available online without charge. 

Advances in Network and Communications is published two times in a year. The goal of the ANC is to publish peer reviewed original research result-oriented, practical, theoretical, survey, review, tutorial papers in the various fields of Network and Communications. 

High quality submissions that advance the research and that contribute something new to the literature on Computing & Information Technology and Telecommunications are encouraged. The special focus of the ANC forum is to publish path-breaking applications and applied research results in the network and communication areas.

Topics such as Security and cryptographic algorithms communication, QoS, Ad-Hoc and Sensor networks, P2P, CDNs, Wireless Networks, Mobile and Dynamic Networks, Mesh networks, VoIP, IPTV, Cognitive Radio Networks, Optical networks, Green Computing networks, Power Efficient and Energy Saving Networks, Distributed/Decentralized Networks are covered (but not limited to) in this journal.

You are welcome to send this call for Associate Editors and reviewers to the mailing lists you belong to and any people working in Network and Communications that may be interested in working on the dissemination of the research papers in this area.

You can submit your short CV to the editor in chief (jlloret en dcom.upv.es), or to ask for any information or to send your suggestions.

Alejandro Cánovas Solbes 
Assistant of the Journal "Advances in Network and Communications"
Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

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