All accepted and registered papers will be published in the renowned Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering of Springer Verlag (Approved).


LNEE is now indexed by:

ISI Web of Knowledge

EI Compendex
Google Scholar and etc



Special Issue Journals

The best presented and selected papers in DaEng-2013 after significant extension with at least 40% new materials will be invited to be considered in the following international journals. 



International Journal of Computational Vision and Robotics (IJCVR) is an international refereed journal in the field of image processing, pattern recognition, machine vision and image understanding, providing an international forum for professionals, engineers and researchers.








International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (IJICT) is a refereed journal in the field of information and communication technology (ICT), providing an international forum for professionals, engineers and researchers. IJICT reports the new paradigms in this emerging field of technology and envisions the future developments in the frontier areas. The journal addresses issues for the vertical and horizontal applications in this area.





Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks is an interdisciplinary journal covering all areas of parallel processing and/or distributed computing and networks that apply to the engineering and computer technology communities. The interdisciplinary approach of the publication ensures that the editors draw from researchers worldwide in a diverse range of fields. The scope of PDCN includes: algorithms, broadband networks, cloud computing, cluster computing, compilers, data mining, data warehousing, distributed databases, distributed knowledge-based systems, distributed multimedia, distributed real-time systems, distributed programming, fault tolerance, grid computing, heterogeneous computing, high performance computing, interconnection networks, Internet tools, many-core computing, memory and I/O systems, mobile computing, modeling and simulation, multi-core computing, operating systems, parallel computing systems, parallel processing and programming, performance evaluation, personal computing, planning protocols, real-time and embedded systems, reliability, resource allocation, reusability, routing, scheduling, supercomputing, web technologies and wireless networks.