Friday, May 30, 2014

Spam from a Typically Bogus and Fake Scam IEEE Conference. The world record of fake SCIgen papers belongs to World Scientific (Singapore) and its daughter company Imperial College Press with 250 fake SCIgen papers.

This is the most recent spam from Spam from a typically Bogus and Fake Scam IEEE Conference.
Fake Scam IEEE Conferences follow and aggresive predatory policy and publish garbage, nonsense, junk SCIgen papers. Only 120 Scigen papers have been indentified in IEEE Explore

Some blogs had identified thousand of fake IEEE Conferences as trully scam and predatory conferences since 2008:

What is SCIgen paper? Read:,

16 also SCIgen papers have been indentified in Springer Verlag:

while the world record of fake SCIgen papers belongs to World Scientific (Singapore) and its daughter company Imperial College Press with 250 fake SCIgen papers.
Guinness World Records must include World Scientific (Singapore) immediately

These things are not lies of some blog, but serious reports that have been published by some reliable university professors:

Back to fake and bogus, and crappy and mock, and junk and scam IEEE again: This is the worst SCAM - SPAM - BOGUS IEEE Conference. It is a pity that serious mailing lists rely IEEE spam emails:

            2014 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence
                             IEEE SSCI 2014
              December 9 to 12, 2014, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

Welcome to the sunshine of Orlando, Florida for the IEEE SSCI 2014, a flagship international conference sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) promoting all aspects of Computational Intelligence (CI). The IEEE SSCI 2014 co-locates multiple exciting symposiums at one single location, providing a unique opportunity to encourage cross-fertilization and collaborations in all areas of CI. The IEEE SSCI 2014 features a large number of keynotes, tutorials, and special sessions. The IEEE SSCI 2014 will also offer a number of travel grants as well as an exciting Doctoral Consortium.

We hope you could participate this exciting event, and look forward to seeing you in Orlando in December 2014!

Important dates:

Paper submission:          June 15, 2014
Notification to authors:   September 5, 2014
Final submission:          October 5, 2014
Early registration:        October 5, 2014
For paper submissions, please go to the conference website: and click the "Paper Submission" from the left panel, or directly go to the paper submission link at:

IEEE SSCI 2014 features the following Symposia:

ADPRL'14:     IEEE Symposium on Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning, Huaguang Zhang, China, Jagannathan Sarangapani, USA, Lucian Busoniu, Romania.

CCMB'14:      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence, Cognitive Algorithms, Mind, and Brain, Leonid Perlovsky, USA, Jose F Fontanari, Brazil, Angelo Cangelosi, UK, Daniel Levine, USA, Robert Kozma, USA

CIASG'14:     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence Applications in Smart Grid, G. Kumar Venayagamoorthy, USA, Jung-Wook Park, Korea.

CIBCI'14:     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Brain Computer Interfaces, Damien Coyle, UK, Robert Kozma, USA, Kai Keng Ang, Singapore.

CIBD'14:      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Big Data, Yaochu Jin, UK, Yonghong Peng, UK, Nitesh Chawla, USA, Marios Polycarpou, Cyprus.

CIBIM'14:     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Biometrics and Identity Management, Qinghan Xiao, Canada, David Zhang, China, Fabio Scotti, Italy

CICA'14,      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Control and Automation, Xiao-Jun Zeng, UK.

CICARE'14,    IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in healthcare and e-health, Amir Hussain, UK, Jonathan Wu, Canada.

CIComms'14,   IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Communication Systems and Networks, Sergey Andreev, Finland, Raymond Carroll, Ireland, Maode Ma, Singapore, Paolo Rocca, Italy.

CICS'14,      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Cyber Security, Dipankar Dasgupta, USA

CIDM'14,&nbs;     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining, Zhi-Hua Zhou, China, Barbara Hammer, Germany, Carlotta Domeniconi, USA.

CIDUE'14,     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Dynamic and Uncertain Environments, Yaochu Jin, UK, Robi Polikar, USA, Shengxiang Yang, UK

CIEL'14,      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Ensemble Learning, Nikhil R. Pal, India, P. N. Suganthan, Singapore, Xin Yao, UK, Wenjia Wang, UK.

CIES'14,      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Engineering Solutions, Michael Beer, UK, Rudolf Kruse, Germany, Vladik Kreinovich, USA.

CIHLI'14,     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Human-like Intelligence, Jacek Mandziuk, Poland, Wlodzislaw Duch, Poland, Janusz A. Starzyk, USA.

CIMSIVP'14,   IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Multimedia, Signal and Vision Processing, Khan M Iftekharuddin, USA, Salim Bouzerdoum,Australia.

CIPLS'14,     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Production and Logistics Systems, Blent atay, Turkey, Raymond Chiong, Australia, Patrick Siarry, France.

CIVTS'14,     IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Vehicles and Transportation Systems, Dipti Srinivasan, Singapore, Justin Dauwels, Singapore, Ana Bazzan, Brazil

EALS'14,      IEEE Symposium on Evolving and Autonomous Learning Systems, Plamen Angelov, U.K., Dimitar Filev, USA, Nikola Kasabov, New Zealand.

FOCI'14,      IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computational Intelligence, Manuel Ojeda-Aciego, Spain, Leonardo Franco, Spain, Carlos Cotta, Spain.

IA'14,        IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Agents, Hani Hagras, UK, Vincenzo Loia, Italy.

IES'14,       IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Embedded Systems, Cesare Alippi, Italy, Giacomo Boracchi, Italy, Manuel Roveri, Italy. 

ICES'14,      IEEE International Conference on Evolvable Systems, Andrew Tyrrell, UK, Martin Trefzer, UK.

ISIC'14,      IEEE International Symposium on Independent Computing, Robert Kozma, USA, Qingfu Zhao, Japan, Cheng-Hsiung Hsieh, Taiwan, Neil Y. Yen, Japan.

CIR2AT'14,    IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotic Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies, Gui DeSouza, USA, James Patton, USA, Georgios Kouroupetroglou, Greece

MC'14,        IEEE Workshop on Memetic Computing, Giovanni Iacca, Netherlands, Fabio Caraffini, UK, Ferrante Neri, UK

MCDM'14,      IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Multicriteria Decision-Making, Yaochu Jin, UK, Piero Bonissone, USA, Juergen Branke, UK

RiiSS'14,     IEEE Symposium on Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space, Janos Botzheim, Japan, Chu Kiong  Loo, Malaysia.

SDE'14,       IEEE Symposium on Differential Evolution, Janez Brest, Slovenia, Swagatam Das, India, Ferrante Neri, UK

SIS'14,       IEEE Symposium on Swarm Intelligence, Yuhui Shi, China, P. N. Suganthan, Singapore.

General Chair:            Haibo He, USA
General Program Chair:    Cesare Alippi, Italy

fake and bogus, and crappy and mock, and junk and scam IEEE again: This is the worst SCAM - SPAM - BOGUS IEEE Conference. It is a pity that serious mailing lists rely IEEE spam emails:

Thursday, May 22, 2014

New FAKE IEEE CONFERENCES within 2014. FAKE/BOGUS IEEE 14th International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering November 10-12 | Boca Raton, USA

We have just discovered a NEW FAKE and BOGUS IEEE CONFERENCE
They do not have Members of the Committee (as of May 22, 2014), but they announce:
Latest news: May 6th: Conference submission site is open Click here


IEEE is a permanent source of Fake / Bogus / Predatory Conferences

Inform your colleagues about the New FAKE/BOGUS IEEE CONFERENCES in 2014. FAKE/BOGUS IEEE 14th International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering November 10-12 | Boca Raton, USA. A conference without Scientific/Technical/Program Committee is a conference without review

Monday, October 21, 2013

IASTED Fake Conferences

The IASTED Conferences are all-fake conferences. Editors of IASTED fake conferences do not know that they are included in the volumes as Editors by IASTED.
Nobody read the Proceedings before publishing.
For example see this:

  1. A New Fake, Junk, Bogus Conference of IASTED is going to be held in Crete, greece. The congressman Mr. Pericles Bourkas did not check any paper and any abstract and gave acceptance to any junk paper in IASTED volume.
    Impressive, but true!

    As you know Greece and greek Goverment did not recognize state MACEDONIA. Several Colleagues asked Prof. Bourkas how in a 50-papers IASTED conference inside Greece, you can have 2 papers
    from MACEDONIA and advertize the program on your site. Bourkas told that I did not check the Proceedings at all so "I am innocent". Means that from Greek national point of view this guy is innocent. But what about from the scientific point of view. Is he innocent? He had to check the quality of 50 papers. He confessed that he did not read any paper.
    This email was sent to Prof. Papageorgiou from another non-greek professor working in Greece.
    It is a real email and has been published in several blogs in Greece.

    If Professor Bourkas had checked at least the abstracts of the papers, then he would have understood that 2 papers came from a Country that Greece refuses until now his existence.

    So, Bourkas claimed that he did not read anything!

    This is the email

    Dear Mr. Papageorgiou

    I wonder how a scientific conference organized by a Professor of the Technical Univ. of Athens with several greek Professors
    in the committee did not see in a program of 50 scientific articles 2 papers from "MACEDONIA"

    Finally, is there any control in this conference?
    What is the role of a Professor of Technical University of Athens as Chairman?
    Is decorative?
    Was this IASTED conference a conference with reviewers or not?
    They have several professors from Greece in the program committee; if they do not check the countries of the authors,
    do they check the scientific quality of the papers?
    What is the Responsibility of Prof. Bourkas?

Is Omicsonline a scientific scam? Yes it is.

Is Omicsonline a scientific scam?

Yes it is.

If you have published scientific papers you will most probably get an email like the one bellow. Email like this come from the Omicsonline group and they come from either or addresses. They will either ask you to write a paper or attend a conference. In either case you will have to pay a fee.

Such conferences most probably don't exist, and the papers you can find on their website are not indexed in Pubmed. I suspect they are made up papers with made up authors or which is the worst case - authors don't even know they have published papers in these journals. It is possible that the names of scientists have been used without their knowledge and that they don't even know that they are the members of the editorial board, for example.

Create filter for such emails and send them to spam folder.

Dear Dr. Milos Pjanic

We hereby want to invite you to submit a paper for The Journal of Health & Medical Informatics for a special issue.

Special issue title: Bioinformatics

This special issue is being edited by:
Yixuan Wang
Albany State University

It would be grateful if you would submit a paper for this upcoming special issue on " Bioinformatics". Both Research and Review papers are welcome for possible publication in this issue. The deadline for submissions is 22nd November, 2011 and the target publishing date is 23rd, December 2011.
You may submit your paper by e-mail at
or online at
Please specify the title of the special issue in the subject if you submit by e-mail, or in the cover letter if you submit online.

Special features to articles published in The Journal of Health & Medical Informatics include:
1)Timely dissemination of your research work
2)Free PDF/Digital file of your published paper
3)No restriction for use/distribution
4)Create great looking digital files for distribution
5)Sharing you published work in social networking like Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, RSS feeds, etc.
6)Translation of published paper to more than 50 languages
7)Nominal processing fee and reduction (i.e. 1/2) of general processing fee.

Benefits of the special issue
Contributors/authors: On special consideration, processing fee for special issue articles: $ 919

For more details on regular articles processing fee
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. We would appreciate it if you could let us know at your earliest convenience (but no longer than three weeks please) whether or not you will be submitting a paper. We are looking forward to hear from you soon!

With kind regards,
Yixuan Wang
Editor of Special Issue
Mehaboobi Editorial office OMICS Publishing Group 5716 Corsa Ave., Suite 110 Westlake, Los Angeles CA 91362-7354, USA E-mail: Phone: +1-650-268-9744 Fax: +1-650-618-1414 Toll free : +1-800-216-6499

Not all Open Access publications are good. OMICS fake conferences. OMICS fake Journals.

Not all Open Access publications are good. Some are basic Nigerian scams, and I don’t mean that as a figment of speech, some literally are scams run out of Nigeria. They ask for money and will publish anything. Interestingly just yesterday it appears that some pseudoscientists got scammed, Scam Publisher Fools Swedish Cranks.

There is even a list of predatory journals, which appears to be down at the moment but here is a link to a copy of the list of predatory open access journals, with discussion on the different types of scams. Traditionally these predatory publishers spam professional mailing lists but now it looks like they are branching out to blog spaming.

For the last few days we have been getting blog spam from one of the publishers on the list, OMICS Publishing Group. I am not hyperlinking to them and I will explain why. A way to boost ones page rank (how well you do in google search) is by links, well duh every knows that. What people don’t know is that one way of doing that is through commenting on blogs. A search bot will search the whole page and if you leave a comment and a link in the comment the bot will register that link as coming from that page. It is a sort of Trojan horse method for picking up links. Most comments are legitimate and someone who is willing to take the time to leave a comment should get some link juice. OMICS, actually they have a bot doing it, is posting random, unrelated comments, about Open Access on any blog that has Open Access in the title.

More Bogus Conferences

A commentor  wrote in our blog this comment yesterday. It is quite interesting because the provided links are correct. We checked this information and it seems to be correct.

" I found this paper in Springer Verlag:

You can download the full paper from this link:

 As you can check the IEEE Data Base (IEEEXplore) contains at the moment more than 85 crappy papers (coputer generated garbage). Before that, IEEE had removed 157 (one hundred and fifty seven — no 1 or 2) conference proceedings from its IEEEXplore repository as fake and bogus.

Many people paid the registration fees (700 or 800 USD) to have their papers published in IEEE Xplore. They had published them for a while and then IEEE deleted these fake conferences proceedings.

 Check it:  "

(Ryan Gross, maybe this is a nickname because it is misspelled as Rayan Gross) 

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

OMICS is a criminal organization. OMICS Fake Conferences. OMICS Bogus Conferences. OMICS Junk Conferences.

OMICS is a criminal organization. All academicians from all continents must avoid doing business with the OMICS (= COMICS) Group. Do not submit articles to OMICS. Do not agree to serve on their editorial boards. Do not review papers for OMICS bogus conferences or for OMICS bogus journals. Do not register for or attend their junk OMICS conferences. Also, be aware that OMICS has just established a separate fake brand called
that operates much the same as the bogus OMICS. Bogus OMICS may be experimenting with additional fake web brands designed to funnel people to the OMICS web pages.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Fake Conferences OMICS. Bogus Conferences OMICS. Junk Conferences OMICS. Scary and funny: fake researcher Peter Uhnemann on OMICS group Editorial Board #Journal SPAM

Many out there know there are journals out there that border on SPAM.  I have written about this often before (e.g., see For $&%# sake, Bentham Open Journals, leave me alone and Yet another SPAMMY Science publisher: Scientific and Academic Publishing and The Tree of Life: Really sick of Bentham Open Spam) as have many others (e.g., Open and Shut?: The Open Access Interviews: Matthew Honan and Academic spam and open access publishing - Per Ola Kristensson). UPDATE: forgot to include this link: Science SPAMMER of the month: OMICS publishing group But this one takes the cake.  

There is a journal called "Molecular Biology" from the OMICS Publishing Group (for more on this publisher see Open and Shut?: 

The Open Access Interviews: OMICS Publishing ...). 

 It seems new - as I cannot find any publications - but you never know - maybe they have been around a while and just have not gotten any submissions.

 But I recommend everyone check out their Editorial Board.  In addition to listing Peter Deusberg (the controversial HIV denialist) there is an amazing person on their Board - Peter Uhnemann. 

He is listed as being from the "Department of Oximology at Daniel-Duesentrieb Institute, Germany".  Sounds a bit strange right?  

Well check out his Bio 

And check out his research interests

It is pretty wacky right?  Well it turns out, as some might have guessed - it is made up.  The reason I know this is - is that Burkhard Morgenstern from the University of Goettingen let me know (in fact he is the one who alerted me to the whole story). 

He sent me something he wrote on Facebook which I am posting here:

I'm delighted to inform you that Peter Uhnemann from the
 Daniel-Duesentrieb Institute in Germany was just appointed
 editor of the OMICS journal "Molecular Biology":
For those of you who don't know Peter Uhnemann: he is a fake
 person invented by the German satirical magazine Titanic.
 They created an FB account for him to make fun of social
 networks (he soon befriended on FB with various German

For those of you who don't know Daniel Duesentrieb: this is
 the German name of the Walt Disney comic figure Gyro Gearloose.

For those of you who don't know the OMICS journals: these
 are junk journals spamming around invitations to join their
 editorial boards. 
On their web page they say that

 "election of the “right” editor for a journal is one of the
 most important decisions made by OMICS Publishing Group ...
 Editors, Executive Editors & Editor-in- Chief of journals
 must be senior researchers, e.g. chaired professors."

 As it looks, Peter Uhnemann from the Daniel-Duesentrieb
 Institute meets these criteria.

It is both hilarious and a bit terrifying.  Now - mind you - it is possible that this journal could end up with some papers worth looking at.  But clearly, the Editorial process at this journal is probably going to be a bit, well, circumspect.

OMICS (or better COMICS). OMICS is a fake, bogus, junk, mock, scam, sham publisher and must be reported immediately.

Google: OMICS fake conferences, OMICS bogus conferences, OMICS junk conferences

The following text is from WIKIPEDIA:

Criticism of publishing practices[edit]

Numerous complaints have been made about the publishing and other practices of the OMICS Publishing Group and its affiliates. The company director has asserted that its activities are legitimate and ethical.[4]
An investigative report by The Chronicle of Higher Education stated that journal articles published by OMICS may undergo little or no peer review.[5] It was also suggested that OMICS provides lists of scientists as journal editors to create the impression of familiarity or scientific legitimacy, even though these are editors in name only and are not involved in the review or editing process.[5] An editor-in-chief who was contacted by Science stated that he had never handled any papers;[8] in an interview with The Hindu, another said he had not been informed of his purported editorship.[9] The company has been slow to remove the names of editorial board members who requested to terminate their relationship with OMICS activities.[4]
Some observers have described the publisher as "predatory", insofar as authors who have submitted papers have been sent invoices after their manuscripts were accepted for publication despite the lack of a robust peer-review process. Charges may be as high as US$3600.[5] One author received an invoice for US$2700 after her paper was accepted; this fee was not mentioned in the email message OMICS sent her to solicit a submission.[7] These observations have led critics to assert that the main purpose of the publisher is commercial rather than academic.[5][6]
Other criticisms of OMICS include the publication of pseudoscientific articles,[5] deceptive marketing practices,[3][8] targeting of young investigators or those in lower income regions,[8][9] and the advertising of academic or government scientists as speakers or organizers for OMICS conferences without their agreement.[4][8]
The director and founder of OMICS, Srinubabu Gedela, responded to these criticisms by stating that his organization wishes to expand access to scientific knowledge and has 20,000 editorial board members and 500 employees.[4][5]

Fake Conferences Brebbia. Bogus Conferences Brebbia. Junk Conferences Brebbia.

We have received this comment in our recent post and we think that it is worth reposting it. The anonymous commentor says:

Hi, guys google: Fake Conferences Brebbia Bogus Conferences Brebbia
You will find this:
You will see some serious complaints for "Prof." Carlos Brebbia who is a fake professor and a professional charlatan. 

 1) I used to know some one who used to work for this so called (Wessex) institute!! Run by a self assigned Professor!! Brebbia as a non profit making institute, it is a big scam. Wessex Institute is a big money making machine for Mr Brebbia by offering very low quality courses and conferences at very high prices.The last thing is in Mr Brebbia's mind, is any contribution to training & education. Mr Brebbia keeps WIT as a non-profit organisation by draining out all the profit that WIT makes through other bogus companies that he has set up, charging WIT bogus fees. Mr Brebbia is basically a charlatan who has found a way of making easy money from trusting academics and through his chain of corrupt academics who knowingly buy his low quality products and services for other favors in return. 

 2) I have attended a conference organised by WIT and bought couple of books from WIT Press. I also know some one who used to work for this so called (Wessex) institute!! Run by a self assigned Professor!! Brebbia as a non profit making institute, it is a big scam. Wessex Institute is a big money making machine for Mr Brebbia by offering very low quality courses and conferences at very high prices.The last thing is in Mr Brebbia's mind, is any contribution to training & education. Mr Brebbia keeps WIT as a non-profit organisation by draining out all the profit that WIT makes through other bogus companies that he has set up, charging WIT bogus fees. Mr Brebbia is basically a sucessful charlatan who has found a way of making easy money from some trusting academics who unknowingly fall victim and through his chain of corrupt academics who knowingly buy his low quality products and services, through their institutes for other favours in return.

Fake Conferences IASTED

Many new fake conferences IASTED have been announced for 2014. These IASTED conferences are completely fake. They are money making machinbes and you should not attend them. My colleagues that attended an IASTED conference in the past, came in the department with very very bad impressions. I have also attended an IASTED conference in Canada and got the idea quickly. If your paper is worthy DO NOT waste it by publishing it on IASTED conferences. They are not professional conferences neither the conferences have anything to do with science. Anyone can publish anything in IASTED. No reviews... When I sent an article for publication, it has been accepted the next day without any comments!!! SO if you want just to publish... IASTED may help you but if you are a researcher with a worthy background and a professional, just don't look at IASTED. Reference:

However, IASTED is not in the list of the crook, academic criminal Mr. Jeffrey Beall:
See this:

I was surprised when one of our editors told me that the name of Ashdin Publishing is found in the list of “Beall’s List: Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers” ( and I was surprised because of the following reasons:
  1. The author did not just mention the criteria for determining predatory open-access publishers, but he insisted on mentioning the full names and details of the publishers as well.
  2. Some of these criteria, for determining predatory open-access publishers, can be applied on a huge number of publishers (include some of the large and famous ones), but he did not mention any of them.
  3. Some of the publishers names are removed from this list without saying the reasons for this removal.
After I received the e-mail below, I am not any more surprised. Now, I am sure that the author, irrespective the good reasons he may has for preparing this list, wants to blackmail small publishers to pay him. 
I invite all of you to read what people say commenting on his article (
Nature is removed and constantly the few negative posts against Beals article. 
Dr Gillian Dooley (Special Collections Librarian at Flinders University):
Jeffrey Beall’s list is not accurate to believe. There are a lot of personal biases of Jeffrey Beall. Hindawi still uses heavy spam emailing. Versita Open still uses heavy spam emailing. But these two publishers have been removed in Jeffrey Beall’s list recently. There is no reason given by Jeffrey Beall why they were removed. Jeffrey Beall is naive in his analysis. I think some other reliable blog should be created to discuss more fruitfully these issues. His blog has become useless.
Mark Robinson (Acting Editor, Stanford Magazine):
It is a real shame that Jeffrey Beall using’s blog to promote his predatory work. Jeffrey Beall just simply confusing us to promote his academic terrorism. His list is fully questionable. His surveying method is not scientific. If he is a real scientist then he must do everything in standard way without any dispute. He wanted to be famous but he does not have the right to destroy any company name or brand without proper allegation. If we support Jeffrey Beall’s work then we are also a part of his criminal activity. Please avoid Jeffrey Beall’s fraudulent and criminal activity.
Now a days anyone can open a blog and start doing things like Jeffrey Beall which is harmful for science and open access journals. Nature should also be very alert from Jeffrey Beall who is now using Nature’s reputation to broadcast his bribery and unethical business model.
Now, I invite all of you in order to take all precautions and not being misled by this blackmailer.
Ashry A. Aly
Ashdin Publishing
——– Original Message ——–
SUBJECT:Open Access Publishing
DATE:Mon, 03 Dec 2012 17:39:18 +0000
FROM:Jeffrey Beall
I maintain list of predatory open access publishers in my blog

Your publisher name is also included in 2012 edition of my predatory open
access publishers list. My recent article in Nature journal can be read

I can consider re-evaluating your journals for 2013 edition of my list. It
takes a lot my time and resources. The fee for re-evaluation of your
publisher is USD 5000. If your publisher name is not in my list, it will
increase trustworthiness to your journals and it will draw more article
submissions. In case you like re-evaluation for your journals, you can
contact me.

Jeffrey Beall

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections. NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections. NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections.

NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections. NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections. NEW SPAM for ΙΕΕΕ Prat-Elections. We are NOT IEEE members and we receive SPAM from IEEE for their elections.
Many other people protest on the web for this kind of IEEE Spam.

1st Case of SPAM for IEEE Elections
Dear Sir: 
Please vote for Roger and circulate among your CS acquaintances.Dear Computer Society Member:

I am supporting Roger Fujii's candidacy for CS President.  Roger will make an ideal president.
Please pass the word  to other CS members that you know or work with.

Below is an endorsement of Roger Fujii, a candidate for President-Elect of the 
Computer Society. 

For those computer scientists of engineers, or software engineers, who are not 
members, please consider joining---there is great value in membership.

     Richard Hall Thayer, PhD, CSDP
     Fellow of the IEEE and Golden Core Computer Society member
     Professor Emeritus in Software Engineering
     Sacramento State University, California


I would like to recommend that you vote for Roger Fujii as the next
President-elect of the Computer Society.

I have known Roger since we were engineers together at Vandenberg AFB in
California back in the early missile days.  At that time, he was leading
the verification and validation (V&V) effort on the Air Force Space
Division missile launches.

Roger has recently retired as VP of Network Communications Systems at Northrop-
Grumman, Inc., where he was responsible for three business units with an annual sales
of $1.05 Billion.  He controlled $42 Million in R&D funds, and manages 2300

I have watched him comfortably control meetings even there was major 
divergence of opinions among the attendees.  Despite his huge
responsibility to his company, Roger was able to devote considerable
time to the Computer Society and has meet all of his obligations. He provided support
to many Computer Society activities both national and international.
[See his biography in the August edition of Computer.]

Roger would make an outstanding president for the CS. Please vote for
Roger and pass this recommendation to other members of the Computer
Society that you know or work with.

2nd Case of SPAM for IEEE Elections
Dear Colleague,

I'd like to remind you of the election below ( ) which will close October 1, 2013, 17:00 UTC.

If you already voted for me, thank you!
If you have not voted yet, I'd like to ask to consider voting for me.

I'd also appreciate if you could help in spreading the voice and soliciting support from your colleagues, friends and graduate students (forwarding them my msg below).

Thank you!

Vin (Vincenzo Piuri, the best IEEE President)

P.S. Sorry for the double sending, just want to ensure first mail did not get lost in the summer pile :)

Dear Colleague

I am a candidate to 2014 IEEE Vice President-Elect for Technical Activities, who will serve as Vice President for Technical Activities and Chair of the IEEE Technical Activity Board in 2015.

Elections will be open from August 15 till October 1, 2013, 17:00 UTC: any IEEE member (Graduate Student Member or higher grades) who is member also of at least one Society or Technical Community can vote. You will be able to access the ballot at .

Continuing the fruitful and long-standing experience and service to our community in the last 30 years (started as a student volunteer and more recently as IEEE Director) I am truly committed to dedicate my efforts to:
- ensure flourishing of technical fields and activities,
- promote inclusive internationalization while preserving diversity,
- empower technology-centric communities worldwide and engage the young generations.

You can find my background, achievements, position statement, and my service to the IEEE and our communities in my electoral web site at .

Do not miss this opportunity to shape together the future of our IEEE!

I hope that you will support me with your vote and by encouraging colleagues, friends and graduate students to do the same.

Thank you in advance for your kind support and efforts!!

If you have any questions or suggestions for IEEE activities, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Best regards

Vincenzo Piuri, IEEE Fellow
University of Milan, Italy
IEEE Director (2010-2012)
IEEE Society/Council active memberships: CIS, ComSoc, CS, CSS, EMBS, IMS, PHOS, RAS, SMCS, SPS, BIOMC, SYSC, WIE.

See also: