Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Computer Science and Mathematics is a scholarly publication dedicated to advancing research and knowledge in the fields of computer science and mathematics. Published by Godfrey Okoye University, this journal provides a platform for researchers, academicians, and practitioners to disseminate their original contributions, theoretical perspectives, empirical studies, and innovative practices in the domains of computer science and mathematics.

Focus and Scope: The journal focuses on a broad range of topics within the fields of computer science and mathematics, including but not limited to:

  1. Computer Science Theory and Algorithms: Research on theoretical foundations of computer science, algorithm design and analysis, computational complexity, and optimization techniques.

  2. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Exploration of artificial intelligence methodologies, machine learning algorithms, deep learning models, and applications in various domains.

  3. Data Science and Big Data Analytics: Study of data mining techniques, statistical analysis, data visualization, and big data processing and management.

  4. Computer Vision and Image Processing: Investigation of computer vision algorithms, image recognition, object detection, image and video processing techniques.

  5. Cybersecurity and Cryptography: Research on techniques for securing computer systems, cryptography algorithms, network security, and data protection.

  6. Software Engineering and Development: Analysis of software engineering principles, software design methodologies, software testing and quality assurance, and software project management.

  7. Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling: Research on mathematical theories, mathematical modeling techniques, numerical analysis, mathematical optimization, and applied mathematics.

  8. Operations Research and Optimization: Exploration of optimization methods, operations research techniques, decision analysis, and mathematical modeling for solving real-world problems.

  9. Computer Networks and Communications: Study of network protocols, network design and optimization, wireless and mobile networks, network security, and internet-of-things (IoT) technologies.

The journal encourages interdisciplinary approaches and welcomes submissions that bridge the gap between computer science and mathematics, as well as those that explore the intersections with other fields such as physics, biology, economics, and social sciences.

Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Computer Science and Mathematics aims to foster the exchange of ideas, theories, and empirical findings among researchers, educators, practitioners, and policymakers in the fields of computer science and mathematics. By promoting rigorous scholarship, critical analysis, and innovative practices, the journal seeks to contribute to the advancement of theoretical foundations, methodologies, and practical applications in computer science and mathematics.

Submission Guidelines: Authors interested in submitting their work to the Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Computer Science and Mathematics are encouraged to consult the journal's website for detailed guidelines regarding manuscript preparation, submission procedures, and ethical considerations. The journal follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and validity of published articles.

Editorial Board: The journal is led by a distinguished editorial board comprising experts and scholars from diverse backgrounds in computer science, mathematics, and related fields. The board members provide their expertise, guidance, and critical evaluation to ensure the integrity and academic excellence of the journal.

Publication Frequency: The Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Computer Science and Mathematics is published biannual. Each issue features a collection of high-quality articles, research papers, surveys, and critical commentaries, providing a valuable resource for researchers, educators, and practitioners in the fields of computer science and mathematics.