New Full Paper Submission Deadline: 06/01/2018 (Firm Deadline)

 

SCOPE

The International Symposium on Programming and Systems (ISPS) is a biennial event that aims to bring together leading practitioners, academic scientists, researchers and research scholars in computer science to exchange and share their experiences and research results in various areas of the field. To catch up with the development pace of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and their use to improve the lives of people, the 13th edition of ISPS will focus on opportunities, challenges, case studies and future trends of e-governance in the era of digital smart cities and next generation computing ecosystem. By “digital city” we are referring to a connected community that combines a communication infrastructure, virtual environments and innovative services to meet the needs of good governance and sustainable national development. We solicit high-quality original papers covering the latest research and innovation in using cutting-edge ICT in e-governance. Papers from all viewpoints, including theory, practice, and experimentation, are welcome. ISPS 2018 conference invites paper submissions presenting original work within a range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • - Identity management and identity governance
  • - Sensitive data privacy and security in e-government
  • - Identity theft
  • - Trust and confidence
  • - New cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities in smart technologies
  • - Security in complex systems
  • - Security in Web services
  • - Wireless network security
  • - Network security
  • - Data and software security
  • - Security and privacy in cloud computing
  • - Intelligent systems for data protection or/and security
  • - Trust and reputation in digital environments
  • - Anonymization methodologies and best practices
  • - Internet fraud, cyber war
  • - Digital forensics
  • - Social events management
  • - Blockchain technology
  • - Intelligent systems in e-government
  • - Social media and networks in e-government
  • - Social media and citizens engagement
  • - Crowd Sourcing
  • - Cloud, Grid and social computing
  • - Government as a Platform
  • - e-government architectures
  • - e-government services and web 2.0
  • - Web application, Web services and Web semantic technologies
  • - Open and smart government
  • - Smart citizens, smart communities, smart homes
  • - Smart grids and the Internet of things (infrastructure, transportation, governance, environment, health care, safety, security, and energy)
  • - Smart devices and their novel use in public management
  • - Smart (technology-facilitated) practices such as payment systems, identification systems, etc.
  • - Smart city (governance) and emerging technologies (IoT, big data, open data, social media & networks, …)
  • - Wireless communications and networks in smart cities
  • - Sensing technologies for smart cities
  • - Green multimedia wireless networks for smart cities
  • - Visual computing and image processing for smart cities
  • - Vehicular Networks
  • - Smart city mobility
  • - Mobile government (m-government)
  • - Crowd sourcing in digital governance
  • - Application areas and evaluation (e-Health, e-Voting, e-Education, e-Tourism, e-Banking, e-Administration, e-Democracy, …)
  • - Emergency and disaster response
  • - Open and big data
  • - Metadata, ontologies and semantic approaches
  • - Internet of Things from a big data perspective
  • - Smart big data apps and dashboards for decision making
  • - Big data analytics
  • - Geographical information systems in government
  • - Data sharing and integration
  • - Innovative e-Business Models
  • - Knowledge management
  • - Knowledge representation and modelling in e-government
  • - Information modelling
  • - User behaviour modelling
  • - 3D-modelling
  • - Assessment and QoS
  • - Simulation, gaming and Visualization strategies
  • - Media platforms (e.g., virtual and augmented reality)
  • - System verification and validation
  • - Theory and formal methods
  • - Workflow management systems


Contacts

Computer Science Department Faculty of Electronics and Computer Science - University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene, BP 32 El-Alia 16111 Bab-Ezzouar, Algiers, Algeria

E-mail: isps2018@usthb.dz

Tel/Fax: (213) 21 24 76 07

Our Team

Conference chair
Pr. Abdelkader Belkhir, University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene


Program Committee Chair
Dr. Chafika Benzaid, University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene


Organization Committee Chair
Dr. Khaled Zeraoulia, University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene

IEEE IEEE - DZ

Important Dates

  • Full paper Submission Deadline :
    15/12/2017
    New Full Paper Submission Deadline: 06/01/2018 (Firm Deadline)
  • Notification of acceptance :
    31/01/2018
  • Camera-ready paper :
    15/02/2018
  • Registration :
    15/02/2018