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ICTERI Conference SCOPE

ICTERI is an annual peer-reviewed international Computer Science conference focusing on scientific/technological advances and business/academic applications of Information and Communication Technologies and Infrastructures. It emphasizes real world applications of ICT solutions. Therefore, all contributions have to demonstrate how and to what purpose the proposed solutions are used or transferred into use, for example by a proof-of-concept implementation; a prototype in an advanced stage; a case study involving new tools and/or methodological approaches; experimental studies with real use cases, including knowledge or technology transfer; reviews or surveys revealing new needs and trends.

Due to this emphasis on real use, reports on academic-industrial partnerships for ICT innovation and knowledge transfer are as welcome as technological and methodological submissions.

We solicit submission of original work, not previously published or submitted elsewhere, that addresses one or more of the following topics and builds on the use of ICT as a major enabling factor:

  • ICT Infrastructures and Development Techniques
    • Integration and Interoperability
    • (Semantic) Web Services and Distributed Computing
    • Big Data, Linked Data, and Data Clouds
    • Data Grids and Grid Infrastructures
    • High Performance and Concurrent Computing
    • Distributed Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
    • Model-based Software Development, Model Driven Architectures
  • Knowledge Based Systems
    • Methodologies for Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
    • Knowledge Models, Languages, and Representations
    • Knowledge Evolution
    • Ontologies: Engineering, Management, Alignment, and Exploitation
    • Knowledge Based Collaboration and Knowledge Distribution
    • Reliability and Trust in Knowledge Management
    • Distributed and Approximate Reasoning
    • Biologically and Socially Inspired Approaches to Machine Intelligence
  • Academia/Industry ICT Cooperation
    • Management of Joint Academic-Industrial Research and Development
    • Infrastructures, Tools and Framework Conditions for Cooperation and Knowledge Transfer
    • Experiences in Using Advanced ICT and Knowledge Technologies
  • ICT in Education
    • Methodological and Didactical Aspects of Teaching and Using ICT
    • Interaction between Labor Markets and the Educational Systems
    • Balance between Theory and Practice in Curriculum Design
    • ICT Competence Design and Development
    • Quality Assurance of ICT Education
    • Professional Retraining and Life-Long Learning using ICT
    • Infrastructures, Tools and Framework Conditions for ICT Education
    • Modeling Systems in Education