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[Deadline Approaching: July 15th] 2015 11th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (IIT'15)

From: Fulvio Frati <fulvio.frati@unimi.it>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 19:34:44 +0200
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**** Deadline Approaching: July 15th ****

[Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this CFP]


2015 11th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology
Special Theme: Smart Living Cities, Big Data and Sustainable Development 
November 01-03, 2015, Dubai, UAE

------------IMPORTANT: Submission Deadline Extended-----
More information is available at:

IEEE Technical Sponsorship by IEEE Computer Society. All papers will be
published by IEEE and included in IEEE Xplore digital library, and all other
global indices.

News: Extended papers will be invited for possible publication in a Springer
Book, indexed in Springer global indices, one of the largest databases in
the world and Scopus including citations: approved.

Two best papers of the conference will be selected by the program committee.
One will be awarded the "Best Research Paper Award" and another one will be
awarded the "Best Application Paper Award" (for application-oriented

Papers and Student Posters Submission           15 July 2015 (extended)
Submission of Tutorials                         15 July 2015 (extended)
Notification for Tutorials                      30 August 2015
Notification for Papers and Student Posters     from 9 September 2015
Final Camera-Ready                              29 September 2015


The International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology 2015
(IIT'15) is a forum that addresses the latest ideas in information
technology (IT). The theme of IIT'15 is Smart Cities and all of the software
and hardware technologies that are required to provide better living
conditions in the cities of tomorrow. This theme will be reflected by a
number of tracks which focus on different aspects of related technologies
such as Big Data, cloud computing, collaborative platforms, communication
infrastructures, smart health, smart learning, social participation,
sustainable development and energy management. All of those themes will be
brought together by unifying invited high quality keynotes and panels.  

Topics of interest include but not limited to the following major
tracks/themes. Research papers are invited but not limited to the following

Track A: Innovations in Information and Communication Infrastructures
- Advanced Network Technologies, Heterogeneous networks, and Real Time
- Quality of Services
- Next Generation of Mobile Networks
- Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless Networks
- Distributed Systems, Grid Computing
- Smart Grid
- Mobility Management and Mobile computing
- Information and Cyber Security for Smart Living Spaces

Track B: Internet of Things (IoT)
- ICT Architecture for IoT
- System design, Modeling and Simulation
- Grid Computing , and Cloud Computing
- Real-Time Systems for IoT, Autonomic Systems
- Security, Privacy, Trust and Reliability
- Software Design and Development of IoT-Based Applications
- Intelligent Data Processing
- Smart Appliances & Wearable Computing Devices

Track C: Smart Collaborative Platforms and Logistics
- Agile Information Systems
- Design, Modeling and Simulation of Collaborative Applications
- Practice and Experiences of Collaborative Applications
- Risk Management, Smart Business
- Middleware Support for Collaboration
- Real-Time Information Sharing and Interaction
- AI and Decision-Support Systems

Track D: Big Data and Smart Applications
- Big Data Analytics and Algorithms
- High Performance Computing and Real-Time of Big Data Processing
- Big Data Storage and Distribution
- Data Mining
- Grid Computing and Cloud Computing
- Middleware for Smart Applications
- e-Health, Smart Learning, Intelligent Processing and Intelligent

Track E: Cyber-Physical Energy Systems
- Theory, Tools and Applications
- System Design, Modeling and Simulation
- Testbeds and Experiences
- Algorithms for Energy Efficiency
- Middleware
- Design and Development of Protocols for Sustainable energy
- Design and Development of Secure and Resilient Systems

IIT'15 seeks original manuscripts (of up to 6 pages maximum in IEEE
two-column format) describing research in all aspects of IT that contribute
to the conference themes. Papers submitted to the conference should present
original work that has not been previously published or is currently under
review by other conferences or journals.  All papers will be peer reviewed,
and authors of accepted papers are expected to present their work at the
conference. Submissions of tutorial, special session, and workshop proposals
are also welcome. The submission guidelines are available at
Paper submission should be done through http://www.edas.info 


Chair Professor Christian Wagner
Smart Cities and Social Media
City University Hong Kong Associate Provost for Quality Assurance

Dr. Babu Narayanan
Smart Cities and The Future of Energy 
General Electric (GE) Global Research, Bangalore, India 
Senior Principal Scientist

Dr. Michael P. Perrone
Smart Cities and Data Centric Systems 
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, NY, USA 
Program Director Data Centric Systems Client Partnerships

Professor Elizabeth Chang
Smart Cities and Intelligent Logistics Ecosystem 
University of New South Wales (UNSW) 
Australia Canberra Fellow and IEEE Fellow

We look forward to welcoming you in Dubai at IIT'15 in November 2015.

On behalf of the IIT'15 Organizing Committee

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