Aim and Scope

BUJICT is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published annually, focusing on theories, systems, methods, algorithms and applications in information and communications technologies.As ICT is an ever-growing area, articles on the following topics are invited but are not limited to:


  • Communication Systems and Techniques.
  • Information Theory and Coding.
  • Wireless, Sensors, and Ad hoc Networks.
  • Satellite Engineering and Technology.
  • Digital Signal Processing.
  • Image Processing & Recognition.
  • Computer Networks.
  • Distributed and Grid Computing.
  • Databases.
  • Technologies and methodologies for advancing physical and cybersecurity.
  • Impacts of sensor data quality, accuracy, communications, and storage on applications.
  • Application of “Big Data” and advanced analytics to grid planning.
  • Development of models, algorithms, and analytical tools.
  • RF Circuit Design.


  • Biometrics and Information Security.
  • Biomedical Engineering.
  • Control, Automation and Fuzzy Logic.
  • Bioinformatics & Computational Biology.
  • Sensing, communications and control.
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics


  • Smart homes and buildings.
  • Embedded System on Chip.
  • Nano Technology.
  • Genetic Engineering and Algorithms.
  • Algorithms, Tools & Applications.
  • Operational experience with Microgrid and Advanced technologies.
  • Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) platforms and applications.
  • Future grid operating systems.
  • Advanced technologies and methodologies for wide area operations and awareness.
  • Edge computing, control and analytics.
  • Smart controls and sensors in end-use devices.
  • Applications of cloud computing in electric power systems.
  • Smart Sensor-Based Networks and Applications.
  • Emerging practices for integrated Transmission and Distribution systems planning.
  • Technologies and methodologies addressing grid integration of distributed generation.

We encourage submission of the original high quality papers (maximum 10 pages in specified format) with contributions not published or not currently submitted for consideration to another journal or conference demonstrating the current research areas of ICT. All papers will be refereed according to the standard review process. It is anticipated that the issue will contain between eight to ten papers, although this can be adjusted depending upon the number and quality of papers.