Aims and Scope

International Journal of Computing and Communications Networks (IJCCN), (ISSN: 2664-9519 (Online) publishes articles, both theoretical and practical, investigating computer networks and communications. It publishes diverse papers, including theoretical research contributions presenting new techniques, concepts or analyses; experience reports; experiments involving the implementation and application of new theories; and tutorials on state-of-the-art technologies related to information processing systems. Articles explore the architectures, protocols, and applications for networks across the full spectrum of sizes including Local Area Networks, Personal Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, Vehicular Ad hoc Networks, Body Area Networks, Underwater Sensor Networks, Mesh Networks, WiMAX, Security, Flying area Networks, Internet of Vehicles. Investigations related to topical areas of research are especially encouraged, including mobile and wireless networks, cloud and fog computing, the Internet of Things, and next generation technologies. In addition, the journal’s editorial board selects featured articles with outstanding contributions and results, and introduces them on the journal’s homepage. In order to disseminate the latest technological advances as quickly as possible, the decision to accept submitted papers is finally determined within one to two months at the most. To be accepted, however, a paper must be judged to be truly outstanding in its field and to be of interest to a wide audience.

Submission of original research, and focused review articles, is welcomed from both academic and commercial communities.