Call For Papers

We would like to invite you to submit your papers to our International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for the Muslim World 2018 (ICT4M 2018) to be held in International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).  Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:


Islamic Applications for Development of the Ummah
(Track Chair: Prof. Dr. Roslina Othman)

  • IT in Quran and Hadith
  • IT in Arabic Language Processing
  • Islamic Databases
  • Evaluation of Islamic Applications
  • IT Ethics and Islamic Worldview
  • IT in Waqf Management
  • IT in Muslim NGOs and Human Rights
  • IT in Social Innovations
  • IT for Islamic Librarianship, Preservation and Archival
  • Islamic Application Models and Frameworks


Innovation in Islamic Finance
(Track Chair: Prof. Dato’ Dr. Norbik Bashah Idris)

  • Microfinance and Crowdfunding
  • Cryptocurrency and Distributed Ledgers
  • Digital and Mobile Payments
  • Digital Banking and Insurance
  • Digital Wealth Management
  • Regulation, Shariah Governance & Compliance
  • AI-based Fintech solutions
  • Fintech Data Analytics & Security
  • Threats & Risks management for Fintech


Commercialization and Entrepreneurship of Innovative Research
(Track Chair: Br. Jamaluddin Ibrahim)

  • Co-Creation Innovation Model
  • Commercialization in Start-ups and Spinouts
  • Digital Transformation of Innovative Ecosystem
  • Persuasive Business Model
  • Best Practices and Challenges for Innovative Entrepreneurship


Information System Implementation, Governance and Challenges
(Track Chair: Prof. Dr. Husnayati Hussin)

  • New Methodologies for IS Implementation
  • Digital Business Governance and Ecosystems
  • E-Government and E-Commerce
  • Social, Political and Social Implications of Digital Business
  • IS Adoption in Muslim Countries
  • IT and Education
  • Case Studies for Enterprise Systems
  • Issues in Emerging IT Applications


Computing Technologies and Applications
(Track Chair: Prof. Dr. Imad Fakhri Alshaikli)


  • Bioinformatics and Biosensors
  • Data Mining
  • Cloud Computing
  • Internet of Things
  • Computer Network and Security
  • HCI, Analytics and Brain-Computer Interface
  • Human-Centred Computing
  • Parallel and Distributed Computing
  • Algorithms and Control
  • Wireless Communication
  • Computer Vision
  • Business Intelligence and Analytics