Technically co-sponsored by:        
ieee ComSoc     ccisfesb
Split-Primosten, September 18-20, 2013
Update: Final program is now available.
Registration is open.

Note: Call for abstracts for Business Forum on ICT is still opened (please visit "Call for Papers").

Bus Transfer: Split - Primosten - Split
Krajnovic General Chair:
Vice President, Ericsson AB

Welcome Message from General Chair

Split is the largest city on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea with a population of 180.000. The visit of Split can offer the travellers an extraordinary city tour without any need to take buses to reach the centre. Even today as you pass along the south promenade of the Palace, you can feel Diocle's  spirit. You can also feel the light breeze blowing from the sea as it seems to be playing through the openings of the Cryptoporticus, welcoming to this town, travellers for whom as Diocles said, there will always be a bed, food, drink, music and the presence of God.

Primosten is considered one of the most beautiful destinations on the Croatian Adriatic coast. This small island community, connected to the mainland by bridge, offers the perfect blend of past and present. Narrow Mediterranean streets wrapped in ancient stone are home to little cafes, restaurants and artisan shops and a promenade that comes to life after dark. Its ancient buildings and structures function today as they have for centuries, providing the perfect environment for Primosten's many cultural events. Local lore and customs weave around fascinating stories of people and events, making this a place of daily enchantment. Visitors enjoy a warm Mediterranean climate with 315 sunny days per year and an environment that offers a stunning view from every vantage point. Rolling mountains meet with one of the world's healthiest coastal eco-systems to create an abundance and variety of flora and fauna, on land and in the sea. Visitors come from the world over to bask in Primosten's rich cultural heritage and the Dalmatian way of life. 


Based on responses from 1,045 U.S.-based travel agency owners, managers and frontline travel agents from the Travel Leaders brand, Croatia remains the top international destination within Europe.

The southern coastal city of Split has been voted the best tourist destination on the Croatian Adriatic coast in 2012. The award was presented by Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic at the end of the two-day event Croatian Tourism Days in Dubrovnik's Valamar Lacroma Hotel.

Authors are invited to submit their high-quality papers representing original results in all areas of communications software, services and applications, telecommunications and computer networks. Accepted papers will be published in the SoftCOM 2013 conference proceedings and in the IEEE Xplore and Inspec.

Authors of the selected best papers will be invited to submit a revised and extended version of their manuscripts for possible publication in a special issue of the Journal of Communications Software and Systems (JCOMSS).

Note: SoftCOM 2012 papers are available through IEEE Xplore.