Welcome to ACCTCS 2023

2023 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications Technology and Computer Science

February 25-27, 2023 | Shenyang, China

News

January 15, 2022 —— Affected by epidemic situation and local control policies, all the presentations of ACCTCS 2022 need to be performed virtually. Please decide to choose live or video presentation in advance, and send an email to let us know your choice.

May 15, 2021—— ACCTCS 2022 Conference Record Number: #53867.

June 1, 2020——2021 Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications Technology and Computer Science (ACCTCS) has finished the registration in IEEE. Conference record number: 52002.

Call for Papers/ Manuscript

About ACCTCS 2023

2023 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications Technology and Computer Science (ACCTCS 2023) will take place in Shenyang, China during February 25-27, 2023. We are honored to welcome experts, researchers, professionals, innovators from academia and industrial circle to join the conference. ACCTCS 2023 aims to provide a high-quality forum for communications of research achievements, ideas and experience of application in all fields of Communications Technology and Computer Science. Participants can develop ideas, catch research directions, and accelerate the theoretical research, technology development, application and innovation in certain subjects.

As your safety is our top priority and concern, the Organizing Committee has added the Online/Video presentation for presenters in addition to the oral presentation and poster presentation. If you cannot attend the conference because of COVID-19, you are recommended to choose virtual presentation.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Shenyang for this exciting academic event!



Keynote Speakers Learn More


Prof. M.K.A.Rahim

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Keynote Speech: Frequency and Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna using Metamaterial Structure


Prof. Dr. Sudan Jha

Chandigarh University, Punjab, India

Keynote Speech: AI trending: The impact of local data for global economy