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CF Workshop Proposals - NDT 2010

From: Pit Pichappan <ppichappan@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 12:22:44 +0300
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CALL FOR Workshop proposals and special sessions

Second International Conference on Networked Digital Technologies (NDT 2010)
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, July 6-8, 2010
http://www.dirf.org/ndt2010/
ndt@dirf.org



The Second International Conference on 'Networked Digital Technologies'
(NDT2010) which will be held in Prague, Czech Republic during the period of
July 6-8, 2010 seeks proposals for workshops or special sessions on cutting
edge technology of networking. The website for the conference is
www.dirf.org/ndt2010. This might include digital technology applications for
the various disciplines. For the creation of research clusters, the research
community has thousands of databases, websites, local computing clusters,
and web-based tools around individual themes, interests and projects. In
most cases, these tools and resources are and were created to meet the
specific needs of a particular community. In many cases, the funding and
support for these critical initiatives is fragile and temporary, and
directed in piecemeal fashion. There is a need to provide concerted efforts
in building federated digital technologies that will enable the formation of
network of digital technologies. Topics might include, but not limited to :

Information and Data Management
Data and Network Mining
Intelligent Agent-Based Systems, Cognitive and Reactive Distributed AI
Systems
Internet Modeling
User Interfaces, Visualization and Modeling
XML-Based Languages
Security and Access Control
Trust Models for Social Networks
Information Content Security
Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Management
Web Services Architecture, Modeling and Design
New Architectures for Web-Based Social Networks
Semantic Web, Ontologies (Creation, Merging, Linking and Reconciliation)
Web Services Security
Quality of Service, Scalability and Performance
Self-Organizing Networks and Networked Systems
Data management in Mobile Peer-to-Peer Networks
Data Stream Processing in Mobile/Sensor Networks
Indexing and Query Processing for Moving Objects
User Interfaces and Usability Issues form Mobile Applications
Mobile Social Networks
Peer-to-Peer Social Networks
Sensor Networks and Social Sensing
Social Search
Social Networking Inspired Collaborative Computing
Information Propagation on Social Networks
Resource and Knowledge Discovery Using Social Networks
Measurement Studies of Actual Social Networks
Simulation Models for Social Networks
Cloud computing
Grid computing
Green Computing

For the workshop/special session proposal, the workshop should provide an
informal and vibrant opportunity for researchers and industry practitioners
to share their research positions, original research results and practical
development experiences on specific new challenges and emerging issues.
The workshop/special session topic should be focused so that the
Participants can benefit from interaction with each other and the
cohesiveness of the topic.

The organizers and chairs of the workshop/special session shall have full
control on the call for papers, forming of program committees, review and
selection of papers as well as planning the workshop program. HOWEVER, the
program committee chairs are not allowed to submit papers to the workshops
for a fair review process. The registration fees for workshops/special
session will be determined by the conference (not the workshop itself). The
fees will be paid to the conference, and the conference will provide
workshop facilities including the working notes printing, the meeting room,
coffee break, lunch, proceedings and etc. Any further expense of the
workshop such as financial aid for invited speakers MUST be provided by the
workshop itself upon getting some sponsors for their own workshops. The
money from workshop/special session sponsors will be received by the
workshop itself.

After the workshops/special sessions, all the outstanding papers have the
right to be included in special issue journals of the conference beside the
proceedings. The workshop/special session chair must organize a review
committee to select the outstanding papers from the papers presented in the
workshop. Based on the reviews, each selected paper should be further
improved for the camera ready version. Further details are available in the
conference URL.


Prospective workshop/special sessions should send a proposal (maximum two
pages) to the ndt@dirf.org which include the necessary information such as
the title of the workshop/special session, objectives, scope, etc.

Note: The workshop should have at least 12 papers and the special session
should have at least 6 papers.

We look forward to your proposals and contributions to NDT2010
workshops/special sessions.
Received on Tuesday, 15 December 2009 09:23:25 GMT

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