The Internet and geopolitical crossroads
Call for papers in pdf version can be found here.
INSCI 2019 encourages research papers presenting new and original results on general aspects of Internet Science especially those shedding light on the development of practices, platforms and communication channels to promote the integration of South Europe, Mediterranean, African and Latin America countries in peaceful world. Research articles that aim at promoting discussion and political freedom, migrant problems, health, citizen participation are very welcome.
Authors are invited to submit research full papers (10-15 pages) as well as short ones (6-8 pages) with provoking ideas and work-in-progress on the general above mentioned themes. Accepted papers will be published in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer.
The proceedings of the last edition INSCI 2018 Conference, published by Springer LNCS (LNCS 11193), is already available online
Important Dates :
|Submission of extended abstract
(or full paper if ready):
|June 3rd 2019
|Notification of acceptance for oral presentation:
||June 24th 2019
|Submission of full paper:
||July 22nd 2019
|Notification of acceptance:
||August 26th 2019
|Camera ready version:
||August 31st 2019
|Early registration deadline:
||September 16th 2019
- Responsible Research and Innovation
- Transnational, and Inter-Cultural Projects
- Environment and Climate Change
- Smart Environments
- Distance Education and Learning
- Platforms, Applications and Practices for Sustainability, Resilience, Pollution Control, Health and Life Quality, Integration,
- Open Science and access to Scientific Production
- Open Education
- Open Data: Issues, Services and Solutions
- Big Data and Privacy
- Citizen Participation,
- Citizen Science,
- Science Shops
Algorithms and computation
- Reinforcement Algorithms and Machine Learning
- Intelligent Systems
- Graph Based Algorithms
- Algorithms for mediation content
- Green Computing
- Cloud, Grid and Cluster Computing
- Network Design and Architecture
- Networking and Communication Protocols
- Wireless Systems and Applications
- Social Networks,
- Network Complexity
- Dark Web
- Information Fusion
- Smart cities
Social analysis, modelling and media
- Online Human Behaviour
- Reputation and Trust Analysis in Social Media
- Efficient Algorithms for Social Computation
- Social Simulations
- Business, Finance and Management
Proceeding chair : Giovanna Pacini, Center for the Study of Complex Systems and Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Florence, Italy
Please find below a link provided by LNCS SPRINGER allowing to download the PDF version of the proceedings.
This link is only working for 4 weeks (that is until december 26th 2019) and is limited to the only participants of INSCI'2019 Conference.
Access to INSCI'2019 Proceedings
Authors are invited to submit high-quality, original and unpublished work. All submitted papers must:
- Be written in English and be submitted in PDF format;
- Contain author names, affiliations, and email addresses;
- Contain three to five keywords characterizing the paper that should be indicated at the end of the abstract.
Articles should be formatted according to the Springer's LNCS article style. Information about the Springer LNCS format can be found at http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs.
The type of paper (technical/empirical or evaluation/experience/exploratory/position paper) should be indicated in the submission. Full paper submissions should not exceed 15 pages and short paper should not exceed 8 pages (including all text, figures, references and appendices). We encourage a length of 12 pages for full papers and 6 for short papers.
Submissions not conforming to the LNCS format, and exceeding the submission page limits or being obviously out of the scope of the conference, will be rejected without review.
Submissions should be made electronically in PDF via the electronic submission system of the INSCI 2019 Conference Management system at:
Accepted papers will be presented at INSCI 2019 and published in the conference proceedings Volume, which is edited by Springer in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and indexed in DBLP Conference Proceedings, will be available at the conference date. Only registered authors can have their papers published in LNCS – Springer.
Furthermore, authors of selected best papers from the conference will be contacted in order to consider submission of an expanded version of their papers for publication in Internet science inter-disciplinary Journal(s).
Each paper will be peer-reviewed by 2 or 3 experts that will evaluate its originality, impact, significance, quality of research, quality of writing, and contribution to the conference scope. Authors whose papers are not selected for publication can submit a rebuttal letter that will be evaluated by 4 members of the Program Committee.