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[SCI & SCOPUS] Special Issue: Bentham Science Recent Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

We are glad to bring the exciting news on a possibility of publishing in a SCOPUS indexed journal with a decent citescore of 1.4 and ESCI Impact factor of 0.6; Q4 Journal. Which has been linked to our latest INDUSFour24 conference:  

Please read the instructions carefully in this post carefully.

The Official call can be verified by visiting the following page:

Web of Science Listing:

The Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) are two of the most transformative technologies of our time. IoT connects devices and systems to the internet, while AI allows machines to learn and make decisions without human intervention. These technologies are already having a major impact on industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation. The combination of AI and IoT, known as AI4IOT, is poised to accelerate innovation in even more industries, including engineering science. AI4IOT can be used to improve the efficiency and productivity of engineering projects, develop new products and services, and create new business models. It can also be used to improve the quality of life for people in India and around the world. This special issue will explore the latest research and trends in AI4IOT in the context of engineering science. We are seeking papers that address the following topics:

  1. The application of AI4IOT in engineering projects, such as design, manufacturing, and maintenance.

  2. The challenges and opportunities of AI4IOT in engineering science, such as security, privacy, and ethics.

  3. The latest advances in AI4IOT algorithms and technologies for engineering applications. Natural Language processing Training Models & Algorithms for Speech, Text and Video Analytics

  4. Exploration of Advanced Algorithms and Models in Speech, Text, and Video Analytics, including Context-aware Conversational Models.

  5. Applications of Natural Language Processing (NLP) Techniques for Text Analysis and Dialogue Intent Detection.

  6. Deep Learning Approaches for Video and Speech Recognition, contributing to Multi-modal Conversational AI.

  7. Multimodal Analytics Integrating Speech, Text, and Video Data, enhancing Conversational Recommender Systems.

  8. Ethical Considerations in AI-driven Analytics, encompassing Privacy and Ethics in Conversational Systems.

  9. Real-world Applications of AI Analytics in Diverse Industries, with a focus on Dialogue Systems in Low-resource Settings.

  10. Creating Datasets for Conversational AI, supporting Knowledge-aware Conversational Systems.

  11. Developing Dialogue Models and Natural Language Generation for Empathetic Conversational Systems.

  12. Zero-shot and Meta-learning Techniques in Dialogue Systems, contributing to Personalization in Dialogue Systems.

  13. Addressing Knowledge Graph-driven Dialogue Management and Personalization in Dialogue Systems.

  14. Implementing Question-Answering Capabilities in Conversations, exploring Emotion Recognition and Sentiment Analysis.

  15. Analyzing Sentiments in Conversational Contexts, emphasizing Ethics, Privacy, and Bias in Conversational Systems.

Guest Editors

Detailed Instructions

Submission and Review Process


Step 1: It is desired that all submissions are submitted as a Proceedings Article (no more than 2900 words)to the The First IndusFour Conference: Computers, Information Technology, Data and Sustainability 2024. Website: 


Proceedings Template: Download

Link to Proceedings Submission: 


Step 2:  Accepted articles will be featured in the conference proceedings hosted on SPAST Reports an Open access conference proceedings platform. Furthermore, authors of selected articles will receive invitations to contribute full-length manuscripts to the special issue of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence (JAI). It is essential that the full-length submissions exhibit a minimum of 60% distinct content compared to their respective proceedings articles. To facilitate the review process, SPAST Reports will provide unrestricted access to the proceedings articles for the benefit of reviewers.


Step 3: The external review process for full-length submissions to the JAI special issue will adhere to the standard peer-review procedures established by the JAI Editor-in-Chief (EIC) and Editorial Board. Authors can anticipate a rigorous yet fair evaluation of their work, ensuring high-quality contributions to the special issue.


For additional details and inquiries, please refer to the conference website or contact the conference organizers through the provided submission links.


We look forward to your valuable contributions to the IndusFour Conference and subsequent special issue in the Journal of Artificial Intelligence.


Plagiairism reports:

1.       For SPAST Proceedings the plagiarism report should be less than 10%.

2.       For full length articles the standard plagiarism policies of the JAI shall apply 10-15%


Peer review policies:

For proceedings atleast 2 independent reviewers and for full length articles the review shall follow the guidelines set by the Editorial and EIC of JAI.


Copyright Policy of SPAST Proceedings:

·         Authors retain rights to the figures and data appearing on the SPAST journals.

·         No prior permissions are needed to reuse the results published on SPAST. However, due credit must be given to SPAST via citations.

·         Unique DOI would is assigned to each of the articles which appear on SPAST.

·         Authors are free to upload the published articles on ResearchGate.


Open Access APC applies for journal contact: 


Deadline for Submission of Manuscripts: 30th May 2024

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