Call for Papers

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit original research papers and state-of-the-art reviews for publication in the Latin-American Journal of Computing LAJC. Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarized material and have not been submitted to any other journal at the same time. All submitted research papers will be carefully evaluated based on their originality, relevance, and technical soundness.

They will be reviewed on a double-blind basis, which means that the paper should be written in such a way that it does not surely reveal an author’s identity. The author(s) must remove:

  1. Explicit indications of the authors names and institutions.
  2. Acknowledgments and biography.

The paper should be written in such a way that it does not surely reveal an author’s identity.

No fees or charges are required for manuscript processing or publishing.

List of Topics

  • Information security

    Communication and telecommunication systems, Cryptography, Distributed computing, Distributed systems and databases, Forensic computing, Information security in networks and Internet, Security auditing, Security in financial transactions and electronic commerce and Security policies in organizations.

  • Information systems

    Analysis of business requirements, Business strategy and intelligence, Databases, E-business, Educational information systems (E-learning), Enterprise systems, Free software, Geographical information systems, Human-computer interaction, Information management, IT governance, Management of information systems and Web accessibility.

  • Intelligent systems

    Artificial intelligence, Computational models, Computer assisted language learning systems, Data mining, Distributed control systems, Human-machine dialogue, Image processing, Machine learning, Machine translation, Musical computing, Natural language processing, Pattern recognition, Question-answering systems, Semantic web and Speech processing.

  • Software engineering

    Cloud computing, Design and development of software, Evolution and maintenance of software, Formal methodologies and emerging paradigms of software engineering, Human-computer interfaces, Mobile applications, Software modelling and analysis, Software design, Software evolution, Software process, Software quality, Software verification and validation and Web engineering.

  • Science, Technology and Society (STS)

    Science, technology and innovation policy. Science, technology and education. Management of science and technology. University-company relations. Science, technology and gender relations. Technological change and innovation. Knowledge management. Emerging topics of the STS field.

  • Computer Science and Information Technology for inclusive education and disability

    Advance Learning Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Education, Assertive and assistive education, Digital divide, Digital Literacy, E-learning, Educational games, Educational Software, Educational technologies, Game-based Learning, Inclusive Education, Interactive Learning, MOCS, Mobile Learning, Multimedia in E-Learning, Systems and Technologies in Education, Technological tools and media for education, Technology-based education, Virtual learning, Web-based learning.

Important Dates

Reception Deadline September 30th, 2020
Aceptance October 15th, 2020
Final Version Due November 16th, 2020
Publication December 1st, 2020

Submission Guidelines

Submissions will be returned to authors that do not adhere to LAJC Authors Guidelines. Templates and detailed Guidelines for authors are available here.