Thursday 24 November 2016 – Friday 25 November 2016
Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
A.C.Meyers Vaenge 15
DK-2450 Copenhagen SV
The programme for the conference is available here (updated on Tuesday, 22nd November 2016).
About the Conference
The conference focuses on the role of ICT as a key enabler for the smart living concept, including cyber security and privacy issues. A precondition for efficient development of this concept is new ICT and especially IOT services. This implied growth in user generated data raises concerns about the trust, security and privacy of user generated data. These concerns could result in regulatory bottle necks, the low adoption of smart living initiatives and other unforeseen consequences. Hence, this conference is organized to discuss these concerns, their potential impact and the way forward. Issues bothering on, but not limited to, the deployment of ICTs as a smart solution in facilitating a new social, economic and environmental way of life will be discussed.
Participants will come from the academia, businesses and government agencies. The participants of the conference will benefit from speakers and participants from developing countries, Europe and elsewhere.
Papers of the following (not exclusive) topics are welcome:
- Smart cities (smart grid, smart mobility, smart homes, critical infrastructure etc.)
- IOT - enabled smart solutions
- Cyber security
- Sensor security issues
- Secure tools and solutions
- Security frameworks
- Privacy marketplace
- Privacy aware tools
- User studies on privacy and security
- Usable privacy and security
- Information privacy studies
- Regional and national regulation and best practices
- Trust models
- User acceptance
- Business models
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers. Submissions of original, unpublished work within security and privacy, or smart living are encouraged.
All types of contributions are welcome, whether academic papers, industrial research, case studies, white papers, implementation reviews and so on.
Papers will be peer-reviewed and a selection will be published in a special edition of the Nordic Baltic Journal of ICT (Electronic publication, ISBN 1902-0988) (find information on NBICT here: NBICT)
Full papers must be no more than 12 pages. Papers must be submitted in either PDF, .DOC or .DOCX format. Submit abstracts and full papers to Samant Khajuria (email@example.com) clearly indicating the name of the contribution, author and affiliation.
Authors of accepted papers will have an opportunity to present at the conference.
- September 15, 2016 Extended abstract (up to 1.5 pages)
- September 22, 2016: Notification on acceptance of abstracts
- October 12, 2016: Full paper (maximum 12 pages)
- November 3, 2016: Peer review of full papers
- November 20, 2016: Camera-ready submission of full papers
If extended abstracts are being accepted they are guaranteed presentation at the conference when a full paper is delivered. All full paper contributions will be reviewed. All accepted papers will be published in the CMI Conference repository. At least one author of a paper should register to have the paper presented at the conference.
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
Fees for participants:
- Industrial and governmental representatives EUR 350 ~ DKK 2,600
- Academics EUR 175 ~ DKK 1,300
- Students EUR 50 ~ DKK 170 (meals not included)
A conference dinner will be arranged, but it is not included in the fees.
The conference is supported by World Wireless Research Forum and IEEE Denmark
Please register and pay by credit card.
The form for registration and payment can be found by clicking on the following button:
The conference dinner will be held at Det Japanske Taarn, Tivoli, Vesterbrogade 3, 1620 Copenhagen V. Conference participants interested in the conference should register with Anette Bysøe at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost of the conference dinner is 300 DKK including drinks.
The Conference is organized by Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies.