The 14th IT&T Conference 2015
“ICT for a more Digital Experience”
National College of Ireland
29-30th October 2015
In our increasingly digital world, information and communication technologies are digitizing our perceptions and experiences of energy consumption, transport, health care, inter-personal communication, education and many other areas of modern life. Today, ICT technologies are both pervasive, ubiquitous and consequently altering how digital natives experience modern life; including creating smart grids, smart cities, smart work places, smart homes, and smart institutions. Technologies that support this will range from cloud computing to embedded systems, and from web and social technologies to digital signal processing and control systems.
IT&T is a major conference organised with the aim of bringing together researchers, developers and practitioners from academia and industry working in the areas of Information Technology and Telecommunications. Ireland has a strong research base in this area and the conference aims at creating a forum for researchers and industrialists to present their latest research results and developments discuss ideas and demonstrate applications. As a venue, IT&T’s objective is the strengthening of relations between industry, research laboratories, and third level institutions.
The conference organisers are interested in receiving contributions on a broad range of research themes that are of relevance to the conference main theme. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
- Wireless and mobile networks
- Sensor networks and embedded systems
- Energy efficient computing and communications
- Ubiquitous and distributed computing
- Security in information and telecommunication systems
- Web and social media technologies
- Digital signal processing
- Adaptive computing
- Management of ICT systems
- Cloud computing and services
- Applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning
- ICT for health, transport, traffic, water, energy and smart-grid
- Open source development
- Data, text and web content mining
- Internet of Things
- ICT in and for education
The conference will be structured around technical presentation sessions, keynote speeches and panel discussions with leading experts, doctoral symposium and poster sessions.
The doctoral symposium provides a venue for relatively advanced PhD researchers to discuss their research with a panel of experts
Authors are requested to submit full papers not exceeding 8 pages for oral presentations and short papers not exceeding 4 pages for poster presentations and doctoral symposium. See IT&T guidelines: http://www.ittconference.ie
Call for workshops:
Workshops provide a platform for in depth discussions on and around specific topics of the conference. The organising committee welcome proposals for half-day workshops describing the workshop objectives and area(s) of interest. More details can be found on the conference website.
Receipt of full and short length papers: 1st September 2015
Acceptance notification: 1st October 2015
Paper registration: Open from 1st October 2015
Final paper due: 15th October 2015
Workshop proposals: until 25th June 2015