About The Conference
16th International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT'18) will be held from December 17-19, 2018 at Islamabad, the beautiful capital of Pakistan. It is the sixteenth consecutive year that COMSATS University, Islamabad (CUI) is organizing this prestigious event. Familiarity with technology is mandatory to enable a person to live and to cope with challenges of the modern world and ICT bridges the gap to cope with the said challenges. This conference is a premier forum for the presentation and exchange of experiences and innovative ideas in the field of Information and Communication Technologies.
The conference is annually organized with the principal aim to focus on modern trends pertaining to computer sciences, engineering, and other related areas. The event initially was organized as international workshop for six years and was then upgraded to an international conference. The first international workshop on Frontiers of Information Technology was organized by COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI) , Pakistan (formerly known as COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT)) in collaboration with professors from University of Illinois, Chicago and Purdue University and was sponsored by HEC and NSF. Since its inception, the conference provided a cohesive networking opportunity as well as a forum where state of the art research in the area of Information and Communication Technology is shared.
FIT 2018 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE Islamabad Section.
- Modeling & Simulation for Emerging Technologies
- Signal Processing & Next Generation Communication Systems
- Smart Grid, Energy & Electronics
- Data Science & Advanced Analytics
- Pattern Recognition, Image & Natural Language Processing
- Adaptive Systems, Networks, IoT & Cloud Computing
- Software Engineering
- Network, Cyber & Information Security
- Water Informatics
The proceedings of previous conferences on frontiers of information technology are now available at: