International Conference on Recent Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology(ICRACSIT) will be held on 26th Jun 2022 at Rome,Italy. ICRACSIT is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Business Management and Social Innovation to a common forum. All the registered papers will be published by the World Research Library and will be submitted for review for indexing by Google Scholar etc.
This Conference is sponsored by many International institutes. The conference would offer a large number of invited lectures from renowned speakers all over the country. The Best paper awards will be given for the papers judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.
All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by at least two independent peers for technical merit and content. It is anticipated that a broad range of research and applied topics will be covered during the conference.
Journal/Paper Publication: All registered conference papers will be published Conference proceeding (Having ISBN Number) and the extended versions of the papers will be published in related reputed Scopus/ SCI/WoS/UGC Care Listed international journals.
This conference is associated with UGC Care listed Indexed International journals.
Address: Via Casilina, 125, 00176 Roma, Italy
Set 2.6 km from Roma Termini railway station, this upscale modern hotel in a historic building dating from the Novecento era, with a modern annex housing function space, is 3 km from the Colosseum and 5 km from the Pantheon.
Rooms have sleek contemporary decor, parquet floors, whirlpool tubs and flat-screen TVs. All feature complimentary mini-bars (without alcohol) and Wi-Fi, and some add private terraces. Suites have tea and coffeemakers.
A breakfast buffet is free. There’s a restaurant with Italian cuisine and a terrace, a bar, an exercise room and meeting space.
|Paper submission deadline||08th Jun, 2022|
|Last date of registration||12th Jun, 2022|
|Conference Date||26th Jun, 2022|
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