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Conference SCOPE

Traditionally ICTERI solicits full research, work-in-progress, discussion papers and industry experience reports. In particular, but not exclusively, the papers within the following topics are relevant:

- ICT infrastructures, integration and interoperability

-- Linked Data and Data Clouds
-- Data Grids and Grid Infrastructures
-- Web Services and distributed computing
-- Semantic Web Services
-- Service choreographies and orchestrations
-- High performance computing
-- Ubiquitous computing
-- Distributed data warehousing and business intelligence
-- Concurrent computation
-- Agent systems for integration and interoperability
-- Specification and verification of software systems

- Machine Intelligence, knowledge engineering (KE), and knowledge management (KM) for ICT

-- Methodologies for KE and KM
-- Knowledge models and representations in ICT applications and related domains
-- Knowledge based collaboration, knowledge distribution, and evolution of knowledge
-- Advanced knowledge modeling languages and tools
-- Foundations of KE and KM
-- Layered intelligence in KE and KM
-- Provenance, reliability and trust in KM
-- KM and KE for collaboration and decision support
-- Distributed approximate, large-scale reasoning in ICT
-- Knowledge evolution
-- Distributed AI, intelligent agents, multi-agent systems for KE and KM
-- Biologically and socially inspired approaches to machine intelligence

- Model-based software system development

-- Mathematical models of information systems and processes
-- Formal methods for specification and verification of software systems
-- Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of systems

- Cooperation between academia and industry in ICT

-- Management of joint academic-industrial research and development
-- Deployments of ICT for academic-industrial cooperation and knowledge transfer
-- Industrial experiences in using ICT and knowledge technologies

- Methodological and didactical aspects of teaching ICT and using ICT in education

-- Spectrum of professional qualifications: labor market needs, the impact of the labor market on the formation of the graduates’ competences
-- Standardization of IT specialists’ training and specializations: balance between theoretical and practical training; elective courses – what is it?
-- Quality assurance of IT specialist training
-- Participation of universities in professional retraining and life-long training on demand of the labor market
-- ICT tools and environments for professional training at universities
-- Computer mathematics and modeling systems in education
-- Competence paradigm of education and research approach in education with ICT support
-- Microcomputer laboratories in education (Sciences, Mathematics, Languages, Engineering etc.)
-- ICT support for virtual educational communities (social constructivism and constructionism approach)
-- CAT (Computer adopting testing) and MS (monitoring systems) in education