Internetworking Indonesia Journal
The Internetworking Indonesia Journal (IIJ) is a peer reviewed international journal devoted to the timely study of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Internet development. The journal seeks high-quality research papers on the challenges and opportunities presented by information technology and the Internet, as well as their impact to society.
Series A: Community Informatics & Society
The broad area of focus of the IIJ Series A is the development of ICT and the Internet in Indonesia and the impact these technologies have on all aspects of community life in the Indonesia context. The IIJ is concerned with how the Internet and various communications and information technologies can support local economic development, social justice and political empowerment.
The IIJ seeks to be a multidisciplinary point of convergence concerning the use of ICTs in Indonesia for diverse stakeholders. These include users/citizens, community activists, nonprofit groups, policymakers, and the range of academics working across (and integrating) disciplines as diverse as Communication Studies, Information Studies, Management, Social-Computing, Social Work, Science and Technology Studies, Planning and Development Studies and other relevant areas of study.
Series B: Computing, Communications, Engineering & Internet Technologies
Series B of the IIJ covers the broad areas of computing, communications, engineering (software & hardware) and the broader area of internet technologies.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Communications & network technologies; Software and hardware engineering; Applications and services; Broadband and telecommunications technologies; Mobile and wireless networks; Internet infrastructure systems, protocols, standards and technologies; Multimedia and content development; Data Mining; Cloud & Grid computing; open source software and technologies; and others topics.