The Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control is an official publication of the Romanian Institute for R&D in Informatics, ICI Bucharest. The Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication which welcomes original articles, protected by copyrights, on topics mainly related to Information Technology, Automation and Control Engineering, Computer Science and other sciences connected to these areas.
The journal has a long history in print and has been published without interruption since 1991. This publication is indexed and abstracted in the following international research databases:
EBSCO, COPERNICUS, EAST VIEW, DOAJ and JGATE.
The journal welcomes submissions from across the world. The manuscripts should be original, previously unpublished research papers/articles which can be submitted in English or Romanian – the language being a choice of the authors.
RRIA covers different case studies, good practice examples, IT solutions which correspond to the following research areas: business, health, administration, industry, environment protection, alternative energy sources, information security, information technology, culture, education, on the premise that an informed decision is a right decision.
While most open-access publishers charge fees for publishing articles, there is NO publishing processing charge (APR) for all papers previously accepted for publication in the Romanian Journal for Information Technology and Automatic Control.
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