29th Annual Conference of the

International Information Management Association (IIMA)

and the

5th Annual Conference of the
International Conference on Information Technology and Economic Development (ICITED)

Hosted by Prairie View A&M University www.pvamu.edu

Monday, October 8 – Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Theme: Securing the Internet and Cloud Technology:
Where Cutting-Edge Science meets Business

Information about 2018:

Call for Abstracts and Papers: CFP-2018-IIMA-V5
Conference Program: IIMA PROGRAM OCT 2 2018 (002)
IIMA Officers 2017-2018: IIMA Officers for 2017-2018
IIMA 2018 Proceedings: Proceedings of Abstracts of IIMA 2018

Schedule: 7th-10th October, 2018

Sunday, October 7, 2018 – Travel Day
Monday, October 8, 2018 – Registration – Presentations
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 – Presentations
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 – Presentations, Business meeting, Tour of Nasa

– Participants will present for 15 minutes, allowing for 5 minutes’ question time.
– Streaming Videos, Students Presentation, Workshops, Panel Sessions

Tentative Keynote Speakers
– Charles F. Bolden Jr., Nasa Astronaut
– Dr. Victor Lawrence is a Professor, Stevens Institute of Technology, Holmdel, New Jersey
– Ed Amoroso Chief Security Officer, AT&T, Founder and CEO of TAG Cyber
– Gee Rittenhouse, Senior Vice President, Security Business Group at Cisco


Touch the moon. Tour the pool where astronauts train. Launch a rocket. Make your visit to Houston innovative. During the tour, ignite a curiosity and passion to learn about science at Space Center Houston.

Experience a day of space exploration education during the 29th International Information Management Association conference.  Discover flown spacecraft from the first and last crewed lunar landings, see and touch actual moon and Mars rocks, have Lunch with an Astronaut and explore space science through hands-on learning. With more than 400 things to experience, Space Center Houston has something for everyone.

Don’t miss your last chance to immerse yourself in the world premiere of “Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission.” This blockbuster exhibit brings the Apollo 11 command module from the first lunar mission outside the Smithsonian for the first time since 1971. The Apollo 17 command module and other artifacts from the last mission to land astronauts on the moon are part of Space Center Houston’s permanent collection.

Tour the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) and learn how astronauts train underwater for upcoming missions.

American philosopher John Dewey once said, “Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of the imagination.”