National Interuniversity Consortium for Informatics

The Consortium involves 1,300+ professors of both Computer Science (Italian SSD INF/01) and Computer Engineering (Italian SSD ING-INF/05), belonging to 39 public universities. The Consortium is submitted to the periodic Quality Evaluation of its research activities by ANVUR, the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and Research.
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National Interuniversity Consortium for Informatics

CINI is the main point of reference for the Italian national academic research in the fields of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Information Technology. In a very strict cooperation with the national scientific communities, the Consortium promotes and coordinates scientific activities of research and technological transfer, both basic and applicative, in several fields of Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
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icities 2018

4th CINI Annual Conference on ICT for Smart Cities & Communities
L'Aquila, September 19-21, 2018

 

WebSite: http://icities2018.disim.univaq.it/
EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icities2018

 

***** Submission deadline: June 4, 2018
***** Notification: June 23, 2018
***** Early Registration: July 15, 2018

 

A smart city is a vision where key infrastructure components and services – e.g., environmental, emergency response, transport/mobility/energy management - are seamlessly integrated to meet the real and priority needs of its population. Those services have to be therefore context-dependent and support the achievement of city-specific goals. Smart city solutions have to be multi-disciplinary, blending together socio, cultural, and technical aspects altogether. In this context, ICT becomes the means to move from problems to digital solutions.

The conference, at its fourth edition, is an opportunity for people from academia, industries and public institutions to meet and define new collaborations in the perspective of forthcoming national or international project calls. In this respect, it is not intended to disseminate theoretical scientific activities. Instead, its main goal is to present available innovative solutions and active research projects, as well as novel ideas for new project proposals.

We expect contributions in all the fields related to ICT-based solutions for smart cities and communities. Potential topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following application domains:

 

* E-Health
* Food
* Smart Energy
* Smart Building
* Mobility, Transports & Logistics
* Climate & Environment Management
* E-tourism
* E-culture
* E-education
* E-government
* E-inclusion
* Urban Security

 

For additional information related to specific ICT topics, see the focus groups pages of the National Lab on Smart Cities and Communities (https://www.consorzio-cini.it/index.php/it/laboratori-nazionali/smart-cities).

 

**** Submissions instructions
Potential contributors are requested to send an extended abstract that briefly describes the project, or project idea, to be presented. Both active and recently terminated projects can be considered. Novel ideas for new project proposals are also welcome.

Submission is through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icities2018. Extended abstracts must be submitted in PDF, following the IEEE template available at https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html, and must not exceed 2 pages in size. When submitting, you are requested to select which of the conference tracks better fits your contribution. Submitted extended abstract will undergo a review process to check their relevance to the conference.

The submission of a contribution implies that, if accepted for presentation, at least one of its proponents must register (paying the requested fee) and attend the conference for giving the presentation.

 

**** Organizing Committee ****

 

** Steering Committee Chair
Giuseppe Anastasi - University of Pisa & CINI

 

** General Co-Chairs
Henry Muccini - University of L’Aquila & CINI
Michele Ruta - Polytechnic University of Bari & CINI

 

** Technical Program Chair
Enzo Mingozzi, University of Pisa & CINI

 

** Track Chairs
Track "e-Culture & e-Tourism" * Gian Paolo Rossi, University of Milano & CINI
Track "e-Government & e-inclusion" * Eugenio Zimeo, University of Sannio & CINI
Track "e-Education" * Luca Mainetti, University of Salento & CINI
Track "Smart Energy & Smart Buildings" * Michela Milano, University of Bologna & CINI
Track "Smart Mobility" * Paolo Nesi, University of Firenze & CINI
Track "Well-being, e-Health & Smart Food" * Stefano Chessa, University of Pisa & CINI
Track "Big Data for Smart Cities" * Giovanni Semeraro, University of Bari & CINI

 

** Local Organizing Committee
Alessandro D’Innocenzo - University of L’Aquila
Giovanni De Gasperis - University of L’Aquila
Antinisca Di Marco - University of L’Aquila
Michele Flammini - Gran Sasso Science Institute
Mirco Franzago - University of L’Aquila
Ludovico Iovino - Gran Sasso Science Institute
Mohammad Sharaf - University of L’Aquila

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