This workshop expects to attract paper submissions which deal with the challenges mentioned above. The studies may be in specialized areas and show novel solutions. Especially interesting are approaches based on existing theories suitably applied.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:


Collaborative Technologies with Applications in Smart Cities

  • Collaborative Mobile Information Systems
  • Collaborative Museums and Laboratories‐Digital Twins for Lifecycle Management
  • Collaborative Mobile Virtual Environments for Learning or Knowledge Management
  • Collaborative Visual Analytics

Data Science and Information Theoretic Approaches for Smart Systems

  •     Formalizing Security and Privacy Related to Problems from Information Theoretic Perspectives
  •     Formalizing Security and Privacy Related Problems from Data Science Perspectives
  •     Smart System Optimization from both Points of View

Technical Challenges for Smart Environments

  •     Internet of Things in Smart Environments
  •     Design of Recommender Systems for AmI and SmE Systems
  •     SmE Middleware: Security and Privacy Issues
  •     Reliable Visual Analytics in AmI and SmE systems

Artificial Neural Networks and Deep Learning

  •     Neural Networks – Various Types and Architectures
  •     Language Models, Information Theory and Deep Learning
  •     Embedded Deep Learning
  •     AI and Machine Learning
  •     Applications in Language and Image Processing

Smart Human Centered Computing

  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Social Computing
  • Recommender Systems
  • Ambient Assisted Living
  • E‐Health
  • GIS Applications