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Traditionally ICTERI solicits full (regular) research, work-in-progress, discussion papers and industry experience reports.

Conference scope is described in detail and the topica are denoted as the Key Terms of ICTERI Scope Ontology at the ICTERI Wiki.

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