eChallenges e-2014 Conference and Exhibition

29-31 October 2014, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Core Thematic Priorities

Applied ICT addressing Societal Challenges
- ICT-related Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- eHealth and mHealth
- eGovernment, eParticipation & eDemocracy
- eInclusion
- ICT4D
- Digital Libraries and Cultural Heritage
- Technology Enhanced Learning and ICT Skills
- Intelligent Content and Semantics
- Societal Implications of Technology
 
Emerging Technologies & Infrastructures
- Future Internet & Smart Cities
- eInfrastructures & Smart Grid
- Collaborative Open Innovation and Living Labs
- Cloud Computing
- Mobile Applications
- Security and Identity Management
 
More information is available at www.echallenges.org/e2014/default.asp
 
We are now inviting extended abstracts (1,200 - 1,500 words) for technical papers, visionary papers, business and government case studies. Proposals to arrange 90 minute thematically focused workshop sessions are also welcome. Related themes and suggestions for papers and sessions are outlined in the Call for Papers www.echallenges.org/e2014/default.asp

Call for Papers

Important Deadlines
Submission deadline for Extended Abstracts: 31 March 2014
Acceptance decision: 30 April
Submission of full paper: 30 May
 
The scientific programme for eChallenges e-2014 is based on an open Call for Papers and the conference language is English.
 
All extended abstracts must be submitted undefinedonline by 31 March for double blind peer review by the International Programme Committee.
 
Papers should focus on a research or eAdoption topic on which a case study, initial or final results can be published. General project descriptions are not appropriate. All papers must highlight the level of innovation and actual or expected impact.
 
Please bear in mind that the extended abstracts submitted are double blind peer reviewed so they should not provide contact details within the text of the extended abstract submitted. All extended abstracts are submitted as text via a form - tables and diagrams can be submitted as part of the full paper submission in April.
 
Extended abstracts should provide a good overview of your full paper and cover the following headings:
- Introduction - Issues to be addressed
- Objectives of your paper
- Methodology Used
- Technology or Business Case Description
- Conclusions and Summary Recommendations
 
Workshop proposals must also be undefinedregistered by 31 March.  

Each workshop proposal should be supported by a minimum of two papers per workshop session. Authors submit abstracts via Abstract Submission process, as these will be double blind peer reviewed by the IPC.

We look forward to receiving your extended abstracts and workshop submissions by 31 March.
 

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