The 20th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications

Workshops

 

N. Session title Acronym Organiser(s) Topics Proceedings

1

Advanced Transport Tools and Methods

deadline:
April 26 2020

A2TM 2020

Massimiliano Petri, (University of Pisa) Antonio Pratelli, (University of Pisa)

Smart Urban Mobility, New ITS, Big Data in Transport, Innovation in Freight Transport and Logistic, Connected/Autonomous Vehicles, Innovation for Sustainable Mobility, Innovaton in Transport Modeling and Analysis LNCS

2

Advances in Artificial Intelligence Learning Technologies: Blended Learning, STEM, Computational Thinking and Coding

deadline:
May 13 2020

AAILT 2020

Valentina Franzoni, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Perugia University) Alfredo Milani, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Perugia University) Sergio Tasso, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Perugia University)

AI technologies for education, AI in  learning systems,,  AI in learning analytics, AI for student performance prediction & behaviour modeling, Ai in automated student tutoring,  Augmented 3D/4D reality in education. Mobile and personal devices for education. Virtual community for distance classes collaboration. Virtual communities for teachers knowledge sharing and collaborative refinement. Models, virtual learning environment,  and field experiences for STEM, computational thinking, coding plugged/unplugged and story telling,  AI education in K12. LNCS

3

Workshop on Advancements in Applied Machine-learning and Data Analytics

deadline:
April 26 2020

AAMDA 2020

Alessandro Costantini, (INFN) Daniele Cesini, (INFN)
Davide Salomoni, (INFN)
Doina Cristina Duma (INFN)

The workshop will bring together practitioners and researchers from both academia and industry, who work in the areas of machine learning and data analytics, in order to have technical presentations on the recent advances in application and implementation in the field of applied Machine Learning and Data Analytics.
The workshop is intended to provide a solid platform for forging relationships and exchange of ideas between the industry and the academic world, through discussions and active collaborations.
LNCS

4

Advanced Computational Approaches in Artificial Intelligence and Complex Systems Applications

deadline:
April 26 2020

ACAC 2020

Yeliz Karaca, (University of Massachusetts Medical School) Dumitru Baleanu, (Çankaya University, Department of Mathematics, Ankara, Turkey ; Institute of Space Sciences, Magurele Bucharest, Romania) Majaz Moonis, (University of Massachusetts Medical School) Yu-Dong Zhang, (University of Leicester)

Advanced Approaches in Computational Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence applications (Machine learning, Deep learning, Genetic Algorithms, Natural language processing, Data Analysis, Image Processing, Signal Processing), Fractal calculus, Multifractal analysis, Entropy Applications, Wavelet and its applications, Harmonic analysis, Wavelets, Fourier series, Wilson bases, Complex Systems, Big data analysis for real-world applications, Statistical mechanics, Neural systems, Quantum and its applications, Chaos, Dynamical behaviours and their types, Statistical Fractal Analysis for interdisciplinary fields, Stochastic algorithms, Multiple-criteria problem solution models LNCS

5

Affective Computing and Emotion Recognition

deadline:
May 13 2020

ACER-EMORE 2020

Valentina Franzoni, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Perugia University) Alfredo Milani, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Perugia University) Giulio Biondi, (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Florence University)

Affective computing and Emotion Recognition in Web Intelligence, Models of emotions; Emotions in the crowds, emotions and sentiments in social networks; Affective tagging and emotion recognition in Recommender Systems; Semantic Emotion Recognition; Natural Language Processing; Affective computing; Biomimetic modeling of emotions; web-based Artificial intelligence; Novel technologies using emotional elements; Assertive artificial intelligence; Emotion recognition in business/government intelligence and marketing strategies; LNCS

6

Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Forensics

deadline:
April 26 2020

AICF 2020

Chamundeswari A, (SSN College of Engineering)

Deep learning, machine learning LNCS

7

AI Factory and Smart Manufacturing

deadline:
April 26 2020

AIFACTORY 2020

Jongpil Jeong, (Sungkyunkwan University)

AI Factory and Smart Manufacturing LNCS

8

Air quality monitoring and Citizen Science for smart urban management. State of the art and perspectives.

deadline:
May 10 2020

AirQ&CScience 2020

GRAZIA FATTORUSO, (ENEA CR PORTICI) Maurizio Pollino , (ENEA CR Casaccia) Saverio De vito, (ENEA CR Portici)

- Physical and numerical modelings for atmospheric urban pollutant dispersion - Geostatistical mapping of air quality - Remote Sensing approaches for air quality monitoring and assessment - Assessing personal exposure to air pollutants - New sensing systems (e.g. low cost and small devices) for pervasive air quality monitoring - Sensor fusion for air quality monitoring - Data assimilation for air quality monitoring - GIS and WebGIS for mapping and sharing regional and urban scale air quality scenarios - Citizen Science for measuring urban air quality - Decision Support Systems for smart urban management - Assessing air quality sensor networks: calibration and deployment - AIR Quality and its impact on the PV systems LNCS

9

Automatic landform classification: spatial methods and applications

deadline:
May 17 2020

ALCSMA 2020

Maria Danese, (CNR-ISPC) Dario Gioia, (CNR-ISPC)

Automatic landforms classification, spatial analysis for landscape characterization, landform mapping based on digital elevation models (DEMs), traditional vs innovative approaches of landform classification, prediction ability or robustness of automatic landform classification, application of landform classification for archaeological, geological, geomorphological and land-use analysis LNCS

10

Advances of Modelling Micromobility in Urban Spaces

deadline:
April 26 2020

AMMUS 2020

Tiziana Campisi, (University of Enna KORE, Italy) Giovanni Tesoriere, (University of Enna KORE, Italy) Ioannis Politis, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece) Socrates Basbas, (Aristotle University of Thessalonik, Greece) Sanja Surdonja, (University of Rijeka, Croatia) Marko Rencelj, (University of Maribor, Slovenia)

Sustainability in urban and regional mobility planning • Sustainability and assessment tools ì • Sustainability and social challenges • Simulation of alternative modes of transport • Sharing mobility • Smart cities and mobility • First and Last mile mobility and deliveries • Block chain applications in sharing economy • Intermodality and micro-mobility • Regulation and barriers of micromobility • Economic and legal development of micromobility • Users of micromobility • Software Engineering; • Data Mining; Spatial data analysis; LNCS

11

Advances in information Systems and Technologies for Emergency management, risk assessment and mitigation based on the Resilience concepts

deadline:
May 10 2020

ASTER 2020

Maurizio Pollino, (ENEA) Marco Vona, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Amedeo Flora, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Chiara Iacovino, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata, Italy)

Geomatics, Earthquake engineering, Risk Assessment, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Resilience evaluation, Decision Support Systems LNCS

12

Advances in Web Based Learning

deadline:
May 10 2020

AWBL 2020

Birol Ciloglugil, (Ege University, Dept. of Computer Engineering) Mustafa Murat Inceoglu, (Ege University, Department of Computer and Instructional Technology)

Mobile learning; Student modeling in Web based learning; Learning Management Systems; Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Web Based Learning; Web based learning standards; Web 2.0 / Web 3.0 technologies; High Performance Computing in Web Based Learning; Semantic web and ontologies in Web Based Learning; Recommender Systems for E-Learning; Web-Based Engineering Education; Learning Analytics for Web-Based Learning Systems; Big Data for Web-Based Learning Systems; Industry 4.0 in Education LNCS

13

Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers: Technologies and Applications

deadline:
May 18 2020

BDLTA 2020

Vladimir Korkhov, (St. Petersburg University) Elena Stankova, (St. Petersburg University) Nataliia Kulabukhova, (St. Petersburg University)

Challenges and issues in current DLT and blockchain; prospects of DLT development LNCS

14

Bio and Neuro inspired Computing and Applications

deadline:
April 26 2020

BIONCA 2020

Nadia Nedjah, (State University of Rio de Janeiro) Luiza De Macedo Mourelle, (State University of Rio de Janeiro)

Bio-inspired Computation LNCS

15

2020 Computer Aided Modeling, Simulation and Analysis

deadline:
April 26 2020

CAMSA 2020

Jie Shen, (University of Michigan)

Machine Learning and Mathematical Modelling LNCS

16


deadline:
April 26 2020

CAS 2020

Ana Cristina Braga, (University of Minho)

Applied Statistics, Computational Statistics, Biostatistics LNCS

17

Computerized evidence-based decision making

deadline:
May 10 2020

CEBDEM 2020

Clarice Bleil de Souza, (Welsh School of Architecture - Cardiff University) Valerio Cuttini, (DESTEC - University of Pisa - Italy) Federico Cerutti, (School of Computer Science and Informatics - Cardiff University) Camilla Pezzica, (Welsh School of Architecture - Cardiff University)

Decision making models involving simulations for: planning, urban design, urban infrastructure and transport, building design and product design. LNCS

18


deadline:
April 26 2020

CGA 2020

Marina Gavrilova, (University of Calgary)

computational geometry, image processing, biometric security LNCS

19


deadline:
May 18 2020

CMSIM 2020

Maria Filomena Teodoro, (CEMAT, Instituto Superior Técnico, Univ. Lisboa \ CINAV, Portuguese Naval Academy)

Probability, Statistics, Numerical Analysis Numerical methods, Statistical methods, Mathematical Methods and its Applications Computational methods in Science and Engineering, Applications with real data, Industrial Mathematics, Information Management, Process mining, Applications, Data mining, Applications Data mining in modeling Mining Text LNCS

1020

Computational Optimization and Applications

deadline:
April 26 2020

COA 2020

Ana Rocha, (ALGORITMI Center, University of Minho) Humberto Rocha, (University of Coimbra)

Computational Optimization and Optimization Applications LNCS

21

Computational Astrochemistry

deadline:
April 26 2020

CompAstro 2020

Marzio Rosi, (University of Perugia) Cecilia Ceccarelli, (Université Grenoble Alpes) Stefano Falcinelli, (University of Perugia) Dimitrios Skouteris, (Master-up Perugia)

• Potential energy surfaces of species relevant in astrochemistry • Thermodynamics of reactions relevant in astrochemistry • Calculation of kinetic parameters associated with reactions relevant in astrochemistry • Modelling dust and icy grain structures and properties • Modelling processes at the grain surfaces LNCS

22

Cities, Technologies and Planning

deadline:
May 10 2020

CTP 2020

Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Ljiljana Zivkovic, (Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure/Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia) Giuseppe Borruso , (University of Trieste) Malgorzata Hanzl, (University of Łódź)

Open Government; Open Data; Resilient cities; Smart cities and Sustainable Urban Development; GIS-based mobile applications for Smart Cities; Planning 2.0; Participation 2.0; Urban social networks, Urban sensing; E-democracy, E-participation, Participatory Gis; Technologies for eParticipation, policy modelling, simulation and visualisation; Second Life and participatory games; Social networks and collaborative/participatory approaches; Ubiquitous Computing Environment - Urban computing - Ubiquitous-City; Neogeography; Collaborative mapping; Geotagging; SDI and Planning; VGI VS SDI; Volunteered Geographic Information; Crowdsourcing; Ontologies for Urban planning; City Gml; Geo-applications for mobile phones; Web 2.0; Web 3.0; Wikinomics, Socialnomics; WikiCities; WikiPlanning; Maps mash up; Tangible Maps and planning; Risk assessment & Emergency management; Resilient cities; Renewable Energy for Cities and Smart grids; Augmented Reality; Complexity assessment and mapping. LNCS

23

Data Stream Processing and Applications

deadline:
May 1 2020

DASPA 2020

Raja Chiky, (ISEP) Rosanna VERDE, (Università della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli") Marcilio De Souto, (University Orleans)

Data streaming, Data mining, real time applications, Machine learning LNCS

24

Data Science for Cyber Security

deadline:
April 26 2020

DS4Cyber 2020

Hongemi CHi, (Florida A&M University)

Information Systems and Technologies LNCS

25

International Workshop on Defense Technology and Security

deadline:
April 26 2020

DTS 2020

Yeonseung Ryu, (Myongji University) Longzhe Han, (Nanchang Institute of Technology, China)

Defense Technology and Applications, Defense Security, Information Security LNCS

26

Econometric and Multidimensional Evaluation in Urban Environment

deadline:
May 8 2020

EMEUE 2020

Carmelo Maria Torre, (Polytechnic University of Bari) Pierluigi Morano, (Polytechnic University of Bari) Maria Cerreta, (University "Federico II" of Naples) Paola Perchinunno, (University "Aldo Moro" of Bari) Francesco Tajani, (University "La Sapienza" of Rome), Simona Panaro, (University of Porstmouth), Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata)

Social Multicriteria Evaluation, Fuzzy Multicriteria Evaluation, Hybrid Multicriteria decision-making, AHP and ANP innovative experience, Geostatistics, Real estate values modeling, and Urban economics, Mass appraisal, Multicriteria decision-making and Gis-supported MCDM, Multi-method evaluation systems, Econometrics and statiscis, Spatial econometrics and statistics, Bioeconometrics and statistics LNCS

27

Frontiers in Machine Learning

deadline:
May 10 2020

FIML 2020

Massimo Bilancia, (University of Bari Aldo Moro) Paola Perchinunno, (University of Bari Aldo Moro) Pasquale Lops, (University of Bari Aldo Moro) Danilo Di Bona, (University of Bari Aldo Moro)

Artificial Neural Networks - Bayesian Machine Learning - Big Data Analytics - Data Mining - Deep Learning - Information Retrieval - Machine Learning - Machine Learning in Health Care and Medical Sciences - Natural Language Processing - Topic Models LNCS

28

The 10th International Workshop on Future Computing System Technologies and Applications

deadline:
April 26 2020

FiSTA 2020

Bernady Apduhan, (Kyushu Sangyo University) Rafael Santos, (Brazilian National Institute for Space Research)

Machine Learning/Deep Learning, Fog/Edge Intelligent Data Analytics, Cloud/Fog/Edge Computing Systems/Applications, Ontology Applications in ICT, Graph Data, Social Network, Bio-Informatics LNCS

29

Geodesign in Decision Making: meta planning and collaborative design for sustainable and inclusive development.

deadline:
May 10 2020

GDM 2020

Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) Michele Campagna, (University of Cagliari) Ana Clara Mourao Moura, (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)

• GEODESIGN • Collaborative design • Sustainable urban and regional development. • Inclusive decision making. • Participation in planning LNCS

30

Geomatics in Forestry and Agriculture: new advances and perspectives

deadline:
April 26 2020

GeoForAgr 2020

Maurizio Pollino, (ENEA) Giuseppe Modica, (Dipartimento di Agraria - Università degli Studi di Reggio Calabria) Marco Vizzari, (Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Food Sciences - University of Perugia)

Multispectral, Hyperspectral and Thermal RS in agro-forestry; Spatial data processing and fusion; Urban-rural dynamics and interactions; Forestry mapping, analysis and management; Sustainable landscape planning and management; Sustainable Rural Planning and governance for sustainability; Multi-criteria spatial decision support systems for environmental decision making; Agro-forestry land survey and mapping using UAVs; Agri-forestry biodiversity analysis and monitoring; Analysis of agro-forestry landscape structure and dynamics using spatial metrics; Precision agriculture and forestry; Remote sensing for crop and water monitoring LNCS

31

Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial Statistics

deadline:
May 10 2020

GEOG-AND-MOD 2020

Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Hartmut Asche, (University of Potsdam)

Geostatistics and spatial simulation; Agent-based spatial modelling; Cellular automata spatial modelling; Spatial statistical models; GeoComputation, Space-temporal modelling; Environmental Modelling; Geovisual analytics, geovisualisation, visual exploratory data analysis; Visualisation and modelling of track data; Spatial Optimization; Interaction Simulation Models; Data mining, spatial data mining; Spatial Data Warehouse and Spatial OLAP; Integration of Spatial OLAP and Spatial data mining; Spatial Decision Support Systems; Spatial Multicriteria Decision Analysis; Spatial Rough Set; Spatial extension of Fuzzy Set theory; Ontologies for Spatial Analysis; Urban modeling; Applied geography; Spatial data analysis; Dynamic modelling; Simulation, space-time dynamics, visualization and virtual reality. LNCS

32

Geomatics for Resource Monitoring and Management

deadline:
May 10 2020

GRMM 2020

Eufemia Tarantino, (Politecnico di Bari) Enrico Borgogno Mondino, (Università di Torino) Marco Scaioni, (Politecnico di Milano) Alessandra Capolupo, (Politecnico di Bari)

Remote and Proximal Sensors for geospatial data acquisition; Systems for Data Processing, Analysis and Representation; Multi-source and integrated approaches for monitoring and management of natural resources; Techniques for 3D data acquisition and objects reconstruction/modelling; Surveying methods for monitoring and documentation of the built environment; Tools for geospatial data sharing; Geomatics for environmental modelling, risk management, and precision agriculture LNCS

33

11th International Symposium on Software Quality

deadline:
April 26 2020

ISSQ 2020

Sanjay Misra, (Covenant University)

Quality standards in software industry LNCS

34

International Workshop on Collective, Massive and Evolutionary Systems

deadline:
May 13 2020

IWCES 2020

Alfredo Milani, (University of Perugia, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science) Rajdeep Niyogi, (Indian Institute of Technology at Roorkee, Roorkee, India) Alina Elena Baia, (University of Florence, Florence, Italy)

Collective systems, emerging behaviour, evolutionary systems, machine learning LNCS

35


deadline:
April 26 2020

LSCS 2020

Elise DE DONCKER, (Western Michigan University) Fukuko Yuasa, (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)) Hideo Matsufuru, (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK))

Large scale computations, massive parallelism, modeling, simulations, large data and applications. LSCS focuses on numerical and symbolic methods and simulations, algorithms and tools for developing and running large scale computations on massively parallel systems (GPUs, many-integrated-cores), hybrid or distributed systems. Problem solving techniques also include neural networks and machine/deep learning. Applications will be considered broadly from computational science areas.

LNCS

36

Land Use Monitoring for Sustanability

deadline:
May 8 2020

LUMS 2020

Carmelo Maria Torre, (Polytechnic University of Bari) Alessandro Bonifazi, (Polytechnic University of Bari) Pasquale Balena, (Polytechnic University of Bari) Massimiliano Bencardino, (University of Salerno) Francesco Tajani, (University "La Sapienza" of Rome) Pierluigi Morano, (Polytechnic University of Bari), Maria Cerreta, (University Federico II, Naples), Giuliano Poli, (University Federico II, Naples

Soil Take, GIS Modelling, Spatial Multicriteria assessment, ecosystem services LNCS

37

Machine Learning for Space and Earth Observation Data

deadline:
April 26 2020

MALSEOD 2020

Rafael Santos, (INPE) Karine Ferreira, (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais)

Machine Learning, Astronomy Data Analysis, Earth Observation Data Analysis LNCS

38

Building multi-dimensional models for assessing complex environmental systems

deadline:
May 10 2020

MES 2020

Marta Dell'Ovo, (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) Vanessa Assumma, (Politecnico di Torino,Italy) Caterina Caprioli, (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) Giulia Datola, (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), Federico dell'Anna (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)

Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. Mixed methods
2. System approaches
3. Dynamic models
4. Agent-based modelling
5. Econometric models
6. Spatial models
7. Decision Support Systems
8. Scenario Analysis and simulation
9. MCDA
10. GIS based models
LNCS

39

Ecosystem Services: nature’s contribution to people in practice. Assessment frameworks, models, mapping, and implications.

deadline:
May 10 2020

NC2P 2020

Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) David Cabana, (International Marine Center, Loc Sa Mardini, Oristano, Italy) Sabrina Lai, (University of Cagliari, via Marengo 2- 09123 Italy) Ana Clara Mourao Moura, (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) Corrado Zoppi (University of Cagliari)

• Sustainable management of natural resources (including: water management, land use and land cover changes, biodiversity) leading to enhanced supply of ecosystem services. • Synergies and trade-offs in ecosystem services provisions. • Modelling ecosystem functions and the provision of ecosystem services. • Mapping ecosystem services supply and demand. • Development and testing of indicators for the valuation of ecosystem services and tradeoffs. • Development and implementation of toolkits for the assessment of ecosystem services. • Identification of ecosystem services beneficiaries and their involvement in assessments, mapping, modeling. • Integrating (quantitative or qualitative) ecosystem services assessment into decision making processes. • Measuring the immeasurable: ethical implications in ecosystem services assessment. LNCS

40

Open Knowledge for socio-economic development

deadline:
May 10 2020

OKSED 2020

Luigi Mundula, (University of Cagliari) Flavia Marzano, (Link Campus University) Maria Paradiso, (University of Milan)

Smart cities, Open government, Open Data, Open source, Collaborative mapping, Big data LNCS

41

Quantum Phenomena in Chemistry and Physics

deadline:
April 26 2020

QPCP 2020

Taku Onishi, (Mie University)

Computational Chemistry LNCS

42

Computational Methods with Radial Basis Functions

deadline:
April 26 2020

RBF 2020

Vaclav Skala, (University of West Bohemia)

Radial Basis Functions (RBF) methods in engineering problems;
RBF methods and differential equations;
RBF methods and GIS, CAD/CAM systems;
RBF methods in theory and practice;
RBF methods and computational and numerical issues;
RBF interpolation and approximation methods for large scalar and vector data sets;
RBF methods for scattered spatio-temporal data, t-varying systems etc.;
RBF in computer graphics, visualization etc.;
RBF methods in image processing and computer vision;
RBF methods and projective space representation;
Comparison of RBF and mesh based computational methods;
Scattered data interpolation and approximation methods;
RBF for a mesh morphing and data mapping;
RBF methods for corrupted image reconstruction and inpainting removal;
RBF methods applications in general.
LNCS

43

Remote sensing: Big Data Science and Operational Applications

deadline:
May 10 2020

RS-BIGData 2020

Rosa Lasaponara, (CNR) Nicola Masini, (CNR) Rafael Santos, (INPE)

Remote Sensing Big Data analysis processing integration and interpretation for natural and cultural heritage from the knowledge and science improvement to operational applications CPS

44

Scientific Computing Infrastructure

deadline:
May 18 2020

SCI 2020

Elena Stankova, (Saint-Petersburg State University) Vladimir Korkhov, (Saint-Petersburg State University) Natalia Kulabukhova, (Saint-Petersburg State University)

virtualization, para-virtualization, application containers and delivery techniques, information systems, accounting, distributed system and application performance monitoring; distributed databases, key-value stores and parallel file systems for high-performance computing; scientific and general workflow systems, scientific virtual experiment tracking and data provenance; application portability for heterogeneous and homogeneous distributed computer systems, infrastructure of specialized Learning Management Systems, computational environment for numerical modeling of complex natural phenomena and technical processes. LNCS

45

Computational Studies for Energy and Comfort in Buildings

deadline:
April 26 2020

SECoB 2020

senhorinha teixeira, (university of minho) luís Martins, (university of minho) ana maria rocha, (university of minho)

• Modelling energy use; Comfort modelling. LNCS

46

: 12th International Symposium on Software Engineering Processes and Applications

deadline:
April 26 2020

SEPA 2020

Sanjay Misra, (Covenant University)

Modern Software Applications LNCS

47

Smart Ports - technologies and challenges

deadline:
May 11 2020

SmartPorts 2020

Gianfranco Fancello, (DICAAR - University of Cagliari) Patrizia Serra , (University of Cagliari) Marco Mazzarino , (University of Venice) Luigi Mundula , (University of Cagliari) Ginevra Balletto , (University of Cagliari) Giuseppe Borruso , (Università di Trieste)

Smart Ports, IoT, ICT, Smart Governance, Port Safety and Security, Port Circular Economy, Open Data, Port of the future. LNCS

48

Sustainability Performance Assessment: models, approaches and applications toward interdisciplinary and integrated solutions.

deadline:
May 10 2020

SPA 2020

Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) Valentin Grecu, (Lucian Blaga University, Romania) Jolanta Dvarioniene, (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania) Sabrina Lai, (University of Cagliari, Italy) Iole Cerminara, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Corrado Zoppi (University of Cagliari)

· Sustainable management of natural resources (including: water management, land use and land cover changes, resource efficiency) · Sustainable energy (including: energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, smart energy systems, smart buildings, smart grids, energy planning) · Sustainability and assessment tools (including: environmental impact assessment, strategic environmental assessment, life cycle assessment, corporate social responsibility) · Sustainability and social challenges (including social inclusion, territorial cooperation, planning for resilient communities, participatory planning processes, urban environment) · Sustainability and climate change (including strategies for mitigation and adaptation, planning for resilience) · Sustainability and risks (including disaster risk management, disaster risk reductions, urban and regional resilience, risk assessment) · Sustainability and circular economy (resource efficiency, circularity) · Sustainability in urban and regional planning (applied models and principles in sample case study including local practices reports, international thematic experiences, innovations in regional and national legislations) · Computational Sustainability (optimization societal, economic, and environmental resources, applied data mining, machine learning and spatial geo-computation) LNCS

49

Smart and Sustainable Island Communities

deadline:
May 10 2020

SSIC 2020

Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Anastasia Stratigea , (National Technical University of Athens) Paola Zamperlin , (University of Pisa) Francesco Scorza , (University of Basilicata)

Smart Islands, Smart Cities, Smart Regions, Smart governance, Urban and regional growth, Open Data, Big Data, Cultural Heritage, Distributive Logistics, Intelligent Transport Systems, Sustainability, Competitiveness, Cohesion, Conservation, Urban and Regional Planning. LNCS

50

Science, technologies and policies to innovate spatial planning

deadline:
May 10 2020

STP4P 2020

Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Daniele La Rosa, (DICAR, University of Catania) Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) Anna Maria Colavitti, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Paolo La Greca, (DICAR, University of Catania)

Socio-ecological systems, Spatial Plannning, Emerging science, Innovation, spatial planning, ICT, urban governance, smart cities, urban and regional growth, Cultural Heritage, urban and regional planning; natural and anthropogenic processes; Open Data, Big Data. LNCS

51

New frontiers for Strategic Urban Planning

deadline:
May 10 2020

StrategicUP 2020

Luigi Mundula, (University of Cagliari) Ginevra Balletto, (University of Cagliari) Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Michele Campagna, (University of Cagliari) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata)

Smart cities, Smart governance, Open Data, Sustainability, Resilience, GIS, NeoGeography LNCS

52

Theoretical and Computational Chemistry and its Applications

deadline:
May 3 2020

TCCMA 2020

Noelia Faginas-Lago, (Dipartimento di Chimica,Biologia e Biotecnologie, Università di Perugia) Andrea Lombardi, (Dipartimento di Chimica,Biologia e Biotecnologie, Università di Perugia)

Molecular Dynamics, Dynamics and kinetics simulations, Quantum chemical calculations for molecular structure and dynamics LNCS

53

12th International Workshop on Tools and Techniques in Software Development Process

deadline:
April 26 2020

TTSDP 2020

Sanjay Misra, (Covenant University)

Emerging Software Tools and Techniques CPS

54

Urban Form Studies

deadline:
May 10 2020

UForm 2020

Malgorzata Hanzl, (Lodz University of Technology)

urban form, urban morphology, GIS, Spatial Syntax LNCS

55

Urban Space Extended accessibility

deadline:
May 10 2020

USEaccessibility 2020

Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Francesco Pinna, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Mauro Coni, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Francesca Maltinti, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Vincenza Torrisi, (DICAR, University of Catania), Matteo Ignaccolo (DICAR, University of Catania)

Extended accessibility, Urban space, Cities, Augmented reality, Virtual reality, Accessibility design, Cultural tourism accessibility. LNCS

56


deadline:
May 4 2020

VRA 2020

Osvaldo Gervasi, (University of Perugia)
Damiano Perri, (University of Perugia)
Marco Simonetti (University of Perugia)
Sergio Tasso, (University of Perugia)

Virtual Reality; Augmented Reality; Immersive Learning; Virtual Reality systems Virtual Reality tools and toolkits; Virtual Reality languages (X3D, VRML, Collada, Ajax3D, Java3D, OpenGL); Immersive Virtual Reality (Digital Gloves, Motion Trackers, HMDs); Learning and assessment based on Virtual Reality; Virtual Reality techniques; Virtual Laboratories; Educational games; Virtual Reality for Cultural Heritage; Virtual Reality in Medicine and Surgery; VR Systems for telecare and disabilities treatements LNCS

57

Workshop on Advanced and computational methods for Earth science applications

deadline:
May 14 2020

WACM4ES 2020

Luca Piroddi, (University of Cagliari, Italy), Laura Foddis, (University of Cagliari, Italy), Gian Piero Deidda, (University of Cagliari, Italy), Augusto Montisci, (University of Cagliari, Italy), Gabriele Uras, (University of Cagliari, Italy), Giulio Vignoli, (University of Cagliari, Italy)

Advanced applications of remote sensing, applied geophysics and applied geology for engineering, environmental and cultural heritage issues; Natural resources characterization, soil vulnerability, groundwater quality assessment, saltwater intrusion, soil salinization, pollutant transport; Geological risks assessment: subsidence, landslides and instability issues, volcanoes, earthquakes; Micro-geophysics and wide area prospections; Modelling, data mining and evaluation techniques for Earth science; Risk assessment, early warning and forecasting techniques. LNCS

58

Workshop on High Performace and Pervasive Computing

deadline:
April 26 2020

WHPPC 2020

Giuseppe A. Trunfio, (University of Sassari) Georgios Sirakoulis , (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece) William Spataro, (University of Calabria, Italy) Andrea Giordano, (ICAR-CNR, Italy)

High Performance Computing; Pervasive Computing; Soft Computing; Computational intelligence; LNCS

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Please submit a paper to join ICCSA Conference in Cagliari

The submission of papers is open.

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Venue

ICCSA 2020 Venue is the

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University of Cagliari

Via Marengo, 2

09123 Cagliari (Italy)

Hotel Information

Hotels

Bed & Breakfast

Guest house of University of Cagliari

The University of Cagliari has a guest house in the city center (Via San Giorgio 12), for any information, see the following link: https://www.unica.it/unica/en/ateneo_s04_ss06.page

How to get to Cagliari

How to get to Cagliari and the venue

By Air

Cagliari is connected to the most important European cities thanks to the Cagliari Elmas (CAG, LIEE) International Airport (http://www.sogaer.it/en). A shuttle bus connects the airport to the city center in Piazza Matteotti, the central bus station, situated between the port and the train station (travel time: 10-15’). Moreover, also taxis and rent-a-car services connect the airport to downtown (the travel time is around 15’ depending on traffic conditions).

Once you arrive in Piazza Matteotti, take either no. 5 or no. 8 bus and get off at the “d'Armi (Ingegneria)” bus stop (http://www.ctmcagliari.it/custom.php?nome=english)

(See:  http://www.sogaer.it/en/and-airport)

https://www.airports-worldwide.info/amp/airport/CAG/arrivals/Arrivals_Cagliari_Elmas_Airport_Cagliari_CAG_LIEE?_gl=1*17jq19h*_ga*OThlWlE1ZV9KU2Y5dEQ2RUpFSkJxcWpRcGc5X2FLdmdsemNJdW5DNlVRbDY2UUhQMUFVY1ZZRERZc2JKVFFCUw 

Cagliari Summer 2020 Network Flights

Cagliari Summer 2020 Network

By Sea

The port of Cagliari is situated in the centre of the city and faces directly onto the famous via Roma. Nearby the port, there are the train station, the central bus station (Piazza Matteotti) as well as the main terminals for local and regional bus lines.

From the seaport or from the train station

You might get to Piazza Matteotti and take the no. 5 or 8 bus and get off at the “d'Armi (Ingegneria)” (http://www.ctmcagliari.it/custom.php?nome=english).

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Open Access Journal edited by MDPI.

Special Issue on Virtual Reality and Scientific Visualization

ISSN=2079-9292,  I.F.= 1,764

URL:https://www.mdpi.com/journal/electronics/special_issues/VR_sci_visualzt

Editor: Osvald Gervasi and Jung-yoon Kim

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Special Issue on selected Papers of ICCSA 2020

Edited by MDPI, ISSN=2073-431X, 

URL:https://www.mdpi.com/journal/computers/special_issues/Selected_Papers_ICCSA2020

Editor: Osvaldo Gervasi

Cagliari Summer 2020 Network

Deadline extended to March 15, 2020

In consideration of the countless requests received, the deadline for the submission of abstracts and papers is extended to March 15th, 2020.

The new date will be a firm deadline for the General Tracks, while the Workshops may adopt a different deadline. Please visit http://www.iccsa.org/workshops for details.  

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