|14 Nov, 2016||First call for Papers and Workshop proposals||19 Dec, 2016||Second call for papers|
|12 Dec, 2016||Workshop proposals||19 Dec, 2016||Notification of accepted workshops|
|19 Feb, 2017||Full paper submission||Soon||Notification of Accepted papers|
|26 Mar, 2017||Camera ready||1 Dec, 2016||Registration open|
|25 Apr, 2017||Pre-conference Workshops & Tutorials||26-27 Apr, 2017||Main Conference|
Call for Papers
We invite researchers to submit articles that provide a timely and concise account of innovative research ideas and application results, reporting significant theoretical findings and application case studies in (but not limited to) the following tracks of the conference:
|Big Data||Robotics||Artificial Intelligence||Internet-of-Things||Networking and communications||Bioinformatics|
|E-learning||Theoretical computer science||Software engineering||Natural Language Processing||Machine Learning||Data Mining|
|Signal and Image Processing||Speech Recognition and Synthesis||Security and Information Systems||Web technology||Multimedia Systems and Services||Geographical Information Systems|
|Green Computing||Modelling and Simulation||Cloud Computing||Social Networks Analysis|
List of national research priorities:
|Network Security and application||Big Data||Data Mining||Application of Arabic Natural Language Processing|
Researchers are invited to submit articles (5-7 pages), that provide a timely and concise account of innovative research ideas and application results, reporting significant theoretical findings and application case studies.
Papers should be submitted to Easychair system. The URL is: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ntit2017
Camera ready format of final manuscripts
Camera ready of your final manuscript must follow the final manuscript format instruction available here . Authors can use the MS Word template for formatting their final manuscript in camera ready format. Please format your final manuscript accordingly and submit the paper to easychair. Deadline for submitting the camera ready version of the paper is 03.04.2017.
|Prof. Bassam Hammo (Chairman)||King Abdullah School for Information Technology||The University of Jordan|
|Prof. Azzam Sleit||Dean of King Abdullah School for Information Technology||The University of Jordan|
|Prof. Ziad Al-Saad||Vice president of Academic Affairs||Yarmouk University|
|Dr. Feras Hanandeh||Dean of The Faculty of Prince Al-Hussien bin Abdullah II for Information Technology||The Hashemite University|
|Prof. Ghassan Kanaan||President||Amman Arab University|
|Prof. Arafat Awajan||Dean of King Hussein Faculty of Computing Sciences||Princess Sumaya University for Technology|
|Dr. Majdi Sawalha||King Abdullah II School for Information Technology||The University of Jordan|
Industrial Steering Committee Members
|Mr. Michael Wakileh||Chief Executive Officer||Progressoft Jordan|
|HE. Atef Al Tal||Chairman of the Board of Directors & Md||King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB)|
|Mr. Simon Kim||Managing Director, Samsung R&D Institute Jordan||Samsung Electronics|
|Mr. Ahmad Hanandeh||CEO||Zain Jordan|
|Mr. Ayman Mazahreh||General Manager||Specialized Technical Services (STS)|
|Prof. Azzam Sleit||The University of Jordan (Chairman)||Prof. Bassam Hammo||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Majdi Sawalha||The University of Jordan||Prof. Nadim Obeid||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Hazem Hiary||The University of Jordan||Dr. Hamad Al-Sawalqah||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Loai AlNemer||The University of Jordan||Dr. Jafar Al-Qatawna||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Jamal AlSakran||The University of Jordan||D. Yazan Al-Shamaileh||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jarrah||The University of Jordan||Dr. Mohammad Abushariah||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Khair Eddin Sabri||The University of Jordan||Prof. Fawaz Al Zaghoul||The University of Jordan|
|Dr. Samer Samarah||Yarmouk University||Dr. Mohammed Al-Zamil||Yarmouk University|
|Dr. Mohammed Akour||Yarmouk University||Dr. Bilal Abu Al-Huda||Yarmouk University|
|Dr. Mohammad Azzeh||Applied Science University||Dr. Moath Zghoul||Al-Balqa' University|
|Dr. Nouh Alhindawi||Jadara University||Dr. Maen Hammad||The Hashemite University|
|Majdi Sawalha||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Bassam Hammo||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Loai AlNemer||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Azzam Sleit||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Hazem Hiary||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Fawaz Al Zaghoul||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Jamal AlSakran||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Nadim Obeid||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Khair Eddin Sabri||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Bashar Al-Shboul||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Ibrahim Al-Jarrah||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Jafar Al-Qatawna||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Hamad Al-Sawalqah||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Mohammad Abushariah||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Yazan Al-Shamaileh||The University of Jordan||Jordan||Moh'd Abdel-majeed||The University of Jordan||Jordan|
|Samer Samarah||Yarmouk University||Jordan||Mohammed Akour||Yarmouk University||Jordan|
|Mohammed Al-Zamil||Yarmouk University||Jordan||Abdul-Raoof Bsoul||Yarmouk University||Jordan|
|Iyad Al-Azzam||Yarmouk University||Jordan|
|Hesham Abusaimeh||Middle East University||Jordan|
*For any issue related to the conference please contact Dr. Majdi Sawalha, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +962790723024
Committed to a boundless aspiration towards innovation since its inception in 1989, ProgressSoft has been focusing its proficiency in real-time payments and imaging technologies to deliver a set of solutions tailored for the needs of the banking and financial sectors.
ProgressSoft nurtures a diversified client base that extends to 370 banks and central banks in 24 countries, where it successfully runs numerous countrywide implementations of its renowned Electronic Check Clearing solution, its Automated Clearing House solution, in addition to extensive bank-tailored deployments.
ProgressSoft provides solutions in the fields of Electronic Check Clearing (ECC), Mobile Payments, Mobile Payment Clearing, Real-time Gross Settlement (RTGS), Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), Automated Clearing House (ACH) - Direct Credit and Direct Debit, Corporate Banking & Cash Management, Real-time Securities Trading Settlement, Signature Verification and Intelligent Signature Recognition.
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Jordan at a Glance
Jordan is a land steeped in history. It has been home to some of humankind’s earliest settlements and villages, and relics of many of the world's great civilizations can still be seen today.
As the crossroads of the Middle East, the lands of Jordan and Palestine have served as a strategic nexus connecting Asia, Africa and Europe. Thus, since the dawn of civilization, Jordan's geography has given it an important role to play as a conduit for trade and communications, connecting east and west, north and south. Jordan continues to play this role today.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which once captivated ancient travelers, continues to enthrall a whole new generation as a modern, vibrant nation.
From the haunting, primeval starkness of Wadi Rum, to the teeming centre of urban Amman, from the majestic ruins of bygone civilizations to the timeless splendor of the Dead Sea, Jordan is unveiled as a unique destination offering breathtaking and mysterious sights, high standard accommodations, exquisite cuisine and countless activities that can provide visitors with inspiration, motivation, and rejuvenation.
Marveling at herds of gazelles and Oryx and migrating birds, camping amidst the grandeur of Wadi Rum or Dana Reserve, trekking the ancient caravan trails from the highlands of Moab and Edom, hiking the wooded hills of biblical Gilead, or experiencing the unique, cleansing mud baths of the Dead Sea are just a few examples of the treasures awaiting visitors to this unique kingdom.
Jordan's ICT Sector
Jordan is already a regional leader when it comes to the ICT sector and one of the main launch pads of entrepreneurship in the Middle East and North Africa. The sector is one of Jordan's fastest growing industries, contributing 12% of the GDP and creating over 80,000 value-added jobs (6% of the labor force). Jordan’s ICT exports grew eight-fold since 2001 and currently reach over 40 countries around the globe. Amman is recognized as one of the 10 best destinations to start a technology firm worldwide and a leading centre for developing Arabic internet content.
The ICT sector enjoys a mature ecosystem and the necessary supporting institutions needed to ensure success. The Kingdom’s ecosystem is more advanced than elsewhere in the region, given the availability of universities, tech firms, global players, investors, venture capitalists, accelerator incubators and mentorship programs. The sector also offers a reliable and robust broadband network with affordable services and wireless nationwide access.
Moreover, Jordan's greatest asset is its skilled, tech-savvy, connected and cost-effective labor force, which provides the sector with a competitive edge at the regional level. The ICT sector enjoys a mature ecosystem and the necessary supporting institutions needed to ensure success. The Kingdom’s ecosystem is more advanced than elsewhere in the region, given the availability of universities, tech firms, global players, investors, venture capitalists, accelerator incubators and mentorship programs.
About the University of Jordan
The University of Jordan (UJ), which was founded in 1962, has grown to become Jordan’s largest and leading institution of higher education, and has evolved into a comprehensive university with national and international prominence, it has offered a wide choice of academic programs for students who can choose from more than 250 Programs from 24 schools in various disciplines.
UJ offers 94 bachelors in different programs in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Rehabilitation Science, Science, Agriculture, Engineering, Information Technology, Art, Business Administration, Sharia’a, Educational Sciences, law, Physical Education, Arts and Design, International Studies, Foreign Languages, Archaeology and Tourism.
At graduate level, UJ provides 38 doctoral Programs, which represent more than 50% of doctoral programs in Jordan, and 111 master programs, which represent about 25% of master programs in Jordan, 16 higher specialization programs in medicine and one in dentistry, and 3 diploma programs.
Since its foundation, the number of UJ graduates have exceeded 200,000 graduates around the world, and UJ's employment reputation is 330 worldwide according to QS World Universities Ranking