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19 th International Conference

June 24 - 26, 2019 in Wolfsburg, Germany

 

Call for Contributions

I4CS solicits submissions of unpublished papers presenting research results, industrial experiences and applications, as well as detailed specifications of open problems. Electronic submission is required. Full papers of no more than 20 pages, following the instructions for authors, and written in English should be submitted as PDF files using EasyChair conference management system, available via Easychair.

All submitted papers will be subject to a single-blind reviewing process by at least three members of the program committee. I4CS 2019 applies for publishing their proceedings in the series Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) by Springer.


Important Dates

Paper submission: February 20, 2019
Author notification: March 31, 2019
Camera-ready copies: April 15, 2019
Authors’ registration: April 15, 2019
Conference date: June 24 - 26, 2019

Scope

"Innovations tickles Automotive Engineering" is the motto of the 19th I4CS, to be held from June 24 till 26, 2019 in Wolfsburg/Germany, dedicated to challenging aspects around modern community systems. Wolfsburg is heart and headquarter of the Volkswagen Group. The city is indisputably the industrial location number one in Lower Saxony and will be an excellent conference host. And do not forget to visit “Automobile City”, Volkswagen’s unique theme and adventure park, which is right next to the factory!
Due to the rapid evolution of web technologies and rich mobile Internet devices, ICT support for communities is possible on the next quality level. In search of innovative solutions, multi-disciplinary collaboration among researchers, service providers and industry partners is essential to invent novel Internet Community Services.
The I4CS is a direct follower of the former “International Conference on Innovative Internet Community Systems” (I2CS).

Topics

I4CS aims to bring together researchers from many scientific areas. The conference will address recent advances in theory and practice a wide range of aspects of Internet Community Services: foundations, technology and applications as well as socializations. The main objective is to show how community services can be used in many areas and how they have been deployed. The conference topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:


Technology – Distributed architectures and frameworks

▪ Data architectures & models for community services
▪ Innovation & social systems' management
▪ Community self-organization in ad-hoc environments
▪ Search, information retrieval & distributed ontologies
▪ Common data models & big data analytics


Applications – Communities on the move

▪ Social networks & open collaboration
▪ User generated content for business and social life
▪ Recommender solutions & context awareness
▪ Augmented reality & location-based gaming
▪ Intelligent transportation, logistics & connected vehicles


Socialization – Ambient work and living

▪ eHealth challenges & ambient assisted living
▪ Smart energy & home control
▪ Business models & municipal infrastructure
▪ Digitalization, IoT & cyber physical systems
▪ Security, identity & GDPR privacy protection

Committees

Conference Chair

Karl-Heinz Lüke, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany


Steering committee

Gerald Eichler, Baden-Wuerttemberg University Mannheim, Germany
Christian Erfurth, University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany
Günter Fahrnberger, T-Mobile Austria, Austria


Technical Program Committee

Marwane Ayaida, University of Reims, France
Gilbert Babin, HEC Montreal, Canada
Gerald Eichler, Baden-Wuerttemberg University Mannheim, Germany
Christian Erfurth, University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany
Günter Fahrnberger, T-Mobile Austria, Austria
Hacène Fouchal, University of Reims, France
Michal Hodoň, University of Žilina, Slovakia
Philippe Hunel, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Martinique (F)
Peter Kropf, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Ulrike Lechner, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany
Ernesto de Luca, Guglielmo Marconi University Rome, Italy
Karl-Heinz Lüke, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Phayung Meesad, University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand
Raja Natarajan, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India
Frank Phillipson, TNO, The Netherlands
Srini Ramaswamy, ABB, Cleveland, U.S.A.
Jörg Roth, Nuremberg Institute of Technology, Germany
Volkmar Schau, Navimatix, Jena, Germany
Martin Werner, LMU München, Germany
Leendert W. M. Wienhofen, Trondheim Kommune, Norway
Ouadoudi Zytoune, Université Ibn Tofail Kénitra, Marocco

Venue

The faculties and institutes of Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences are situated directly in downtown Wolfsburg just a few walking minutes away from the central station.

You'll find an interactive map here.

Campusplan Ostfalia Wolfsburg

Campusplan Ostfalia Wolfsburg

Contact

For more information and further details, please feel free to check out either


info@i4cs-conference.org
or directly contact the conference chair


Karl-Heinz Lüke
Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences
Faculty of Business
Siegfried-Ehlers-Straße 1
38440 Wolfsburg
conference-chair@i4cs-conference.org
+49 5361 8922 25 270

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