Aims and Scopes:
The Journal of Computing and Social Informatics (JCSI) is an international peer-reviewed publication that focuses on the emerging areas of Computer Science and the overarching impact of technologies on all aspects of our lives at societal level.

This journal will serve as a platform for knowledge exchange on trends, current and emergent developments, innovative use of technology including social, cultural and humanistic dimensions and issues. The journal invites original research papers, review papers and technical reports discussing on new approaches, methods, systems, and solutions to benefit the regional and global communities.

In partnership with the Centre of Excellence on Digital Sarawak, this journal is poised to stimulate scholarly discourse and knowledge sharing on strategic and translational research areas to shed insights on key developments, and implications.

Potential topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • big data
  • artificial intelligence
  • computational theory
  • computational models and systems
  • communications technologies and infrastructures
  • knowledge networks and management
  • software engineering
  • mathematical computing
  • information systems
  • security and privacy
  • human-centered interactions
  • applied computing
  • social informatics
  • information technology
  • service learning

Types of Article:

  • Empirical and theoretical research
  • Review and survey
  • Case study
  • Conceptual research
  • Industrial application

Publication Frequency:
Biannual (April and Oct) 

Article Processing Fee:

Article Subscription Fee:
Free open access


Journal Indexing:
MyJurnal (Journal Management System)

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