Friday, 19 June 2015

30 Fake/Bogus IEEE Conferences are organized together. Why so many? Because of money. IEEE is a predatory and brigandish club of evil money hungry thugs. Ridiculous Advertisement from 30 fake and Bogus IEEE Conferences spammed everybody in our University

30 Fake/Bogus IEEE Conferences are organized together. Why so many? Because of money. This the site http://ieee-ssci.org.za/
of the 30 Fake/Bogus IEEE Conferences. What an academic robberry! And of course, the logo of the conference is a Beach somewhere in S.Africa. What a Science in front of coco palms! IEEE coco palms. Will you index also these coco palms in your IEEE Xplore Bogus Library??

IEEE is a predatory and brigandish club of evil money hungry thugs. 

The following ridiculous Advertisement from 30 fake and Bogus IEEE Conferences spammed everybody in our University. Why? We are not members of IEEE.
Why have you changed 4 times the deadline for paper submission? Haven't you reached your target of 2000 papers yet which is translated to 1.7 million dollars?And where are the list of Reviewers, Mr. IEEE? Is it real that IEEE has been accepted more than 100 fake/bogus machine generator papers and had published then in its E-library for more than 10 years until Cyril Labbe contacted you?


This is the 30-bogus-fake IEEE Conferences Spam. Do not submit anything to these 30 criminal conferences' cluster

 ssci2015authors@cs.up.ac.za
15 Jun
to ssci2015authors
Hi,

My apologies for spamming you today. Herewith just a
correction to my email this morning.

The paper submission deadline extension to 14 July 2015
refers to the IEEE SSCI 2015, and not IEEE SSCI 2014.

The deadline is for 23:59 on 14 July, but the submission
will remain open for another 24 hours to account for any
time zone confusion.

Official website: http://ieee-ssci.org.za/

Best wishes
Andries Engelbrecht
General Chair: IEEE SSCI 2015


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5 comments:

  1. I agree

    Many Universities consider that many IEEE Conferences are garbage. Some of them consider that even in the IEEE Journals the review is quite ridiculous and has only to do with your public relations in IEEE and its conferences or if you have put as co-author
    some important editor of IEEE

    See these link and examine the word: unrefereed

    http://www.ece.ncsu.edu/imaging/Publications/unrefereed.html

    http://sekmen-cs.tnstate.edu/sekmen/sekmen/ConferencePapersNonRefereed.html

    http://www.utdallas.edu/~rmt042000/publications.htm

    http://www.math.duke.edu/~das/cv/unrefpub.html

    http://web.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~rdv/publications.html

    http://www.yawlfoundation.org/arthur/publications/index.php

    http://softbase.uwaterloo.ca/~ddbms/projects/multimedia/publications.html

    http://npal.ucsd.edu/publications/index.htm

    http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~awm22/publications/index.html



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  2. In 2005, a group of MIT graduate students decided to goof off in a very MIT graduate student way: They created a program called SCIgen that randomly generated fake scientific papers. Thanks to SCIgen, for the last several years, computer-written gobbledygook has been routinely published in scientific journals and conference proceedings.

    According to Nature News, Cyril Labbé, a French computer scientist, recently informed Springer and the IEEE, two major scientific publishers, that between them, they had published more than 120 algorithmically-generated articles. In 2012, Labbé had told the IEEE of another batch of 85 fake articles. He's been playing with SCIgen for a few years—in 2010 a fake researcher he created, Ike Antkare, briefly became the 21st most highly cited scientist in Google Scholar's database.

    On the one hand, it's impressive that computer programs are now good enough to create passable gibberish. (You can entertain yourself by trying to distinguish real science from nonsense on quiz sites like this one.) But the wide acceptance of these papers by respected journals is symptomatic of a deeper dysfunction in scientific publishing, in which quantitative measures of citation have acquired an importance that is distorting the practice of science.

    See more:

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2014/02/27/how_nonsense_papers_ended_up_in_respected_scientific_journals.html

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  3. I received the Proceedings of the fake conference of IEEE on Sensor Networks, October 2009.
    This volume of the Proceedings contains seven or ten fake papers. So, this fake conference will be held again next year and many scholars protest now.

    To have a fake conference is a shame for your CV, but more shame is for the fake conference organizer

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  4. Alert: Hindawi publishers are also fake and bogus . Hindawi is quite ridiculous commercial for-profit company. It is true that Hindawi had 100 fake Journals and these Journals lost their ISI Indexing and lost their Impact Factor. Yes, I completely and absolutely agree that Hindawi Journals are fake independently on their Indexing

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  5. I agree with you. Yes, HINDAWI has paid a lot of money to ISI to index its ridiculous journals

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