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17th International Conference on Innovations for Community Services (I4CS 2017)

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Due to the rapid evolution of web technologies and rich mobile devices, ICT support for communities is possible on the next quality level. Moreover, different types of applications are using the Internet as a large distributed system. So mobile users and pervasive systems pose new technological and organizational challenges. Trying to achieve this, we challenge new research questions in a wide range of connected fields. In search of innovative solutions, multi-disciplinary collaboration among researchers and industry partners is essential. Hence, the goal of this conference is to bring together researchers, experts, and practitioners from various areas related to novel Internet community services and systems.

Conference Dates

February 6, 2017
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Paper submission
March 6, 2017
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Author notification
April 10, 2017
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Camera-ready copies
April 24, 2017
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Early registration
June 26-28, 2017 - 17th International Conference on Innovations for Community Services

Conference Location
Deutsche Telekom AG, Technology & Innovation
T-Online Allee 1, DE-64295 Darmstadt - City of Science, Germany

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Latest News

December 6, 2016
 - Technical Program Committee formation
 
November 28, 2016
 - WikiCFP announcement
 
November 25, 2016
 - EasyChair ready for submission
 
November 22, 2016
 - CfP announced
 
November 19, 2016
 - Poster available
 
 November 15, 2016
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I4CS'17 web site opened

Call for Contributions

The program commitee calls for contributions for the 17th Innovations Community Services dealing with theoretical, methodological, and technological aspects of the Internet Systems as well as business, governmental, and other applications. The selection of I4CS topics encompasses aspects of Internet Community Systems. The topics include, but are not limited to original work in the following areas:

Technology: Distributed architectures and frameworks

  • Infrastructure & models for community services
  • Data structures & management in community systems
  • Community self-organization in ad-hoc environments
  • Search, information retrieval & distributed ontologies
  • Smart world 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
  • Purity in web & mobile applications

Socialization: Ambient work and living

  • eHealth challenges & ambient assisted living
  • Intelligent transport systems & connected vehicles
  • Smart energy & home control
  • Internet of things & cyber physical systems
  • Security, identity & privacy protection