4th World Conference on Big Data


18-20 October 2019
Grand Park Lara Hotel Convention Center
Lara – Antalya, Turkey

Abstracts Submission Due Date: October 03, 2019

  • You may publish your article on a journal indexed by Scopusor Web of Science (ESCI) following a review process and by paying an additional registration fee. For more information…
  • Selected papers will be published in Supporting or other Journals: Indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science (SCI, SCI-Expanded or ESCI) orSCOPUS
  • The selected papers will be published as special issue of Global journal on Information Technologywww.gjit.eu(In review Scopus and ESCI)andGlobal Journal of Computer Sciences: Theory and Researchwww.gjcs.eu(In review SCOPUS and ESCI).
  • The Remain accepted full papers will be published as proceedings Current Proceedings on Technology (www.cpot.eu) and also submitted toSCOPUSEBSCO, andClarivate Analytics Conference Proceedings Citation Index – CPCI (ISI Web of Science)for evaluation for inclusion in the list.
  • In addition, distinguished keynote speakers who are internationally renowned in the field will be giving presentations at the conference. You will also have a chance to discuss your works with the editors of the most respected journals.
  • Best Paper and Poster Awards
  • Online Abstracts Book
  • Printed Program Book
  • For more Information:wc.bigdata@gmail.com

Start here to submit an abstract to this conference.


Prof. Dr. Ramazan Sarı
Middle East Technical University
Department of Business Administration
Ankara – TURKEY

Keynote Title: “Importance of Economic and  Social Issues in Efficient Solar and Wind Energy Policy Development”


Prof. Dr. Adem Karahoca
Bahcesehir University
Department of Software Engineering
Istanbul, Turkey

Keynote Title: “Sustainable big-data policies and strategies in major energy companies”




Assoc. Prof. Dr. MURAT SÖNMEZ
Middle East Technical University,  Northern Cyprus Campus

Keynote Title: Is the Aim, in any Case, to Publish Articles at all Costs?
Research and Publication Ethics

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