Workshops

 

N. Session title Acronym Organiser(s) Topics Proceedings

1

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

deadline:
April 30, 2022

AAILT 2022

Alfredo Milani, (University of Perugia, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science) Valentina Franzoni, (University of Perugia) Osvaldo Gervasi, (University of Perugia)

AI in mobile learning systems, AI in distance learning systems, AI in massive on line open courses (mooc), AI and story telling tools, Autonomous e-learning support system, Teacher oriented learning analytics, Student performance prediction and automated classification, Automatic adaptive teaching, Student behaviour modeling, Tracking devices and sensors for monitoring user emotional feedback, Intelligent automated student tutoring, Artificial characters for student assistance and supervision, Augmented reality in education, 3D/4D reality in education, Virtual learning environment for STEM, Virtual experimental labs for STEM, Learning technologies supporting constructivist educational approach, Virtual community for distance classes collaboration, Virtual ecosystems for teacher collaboration and knowledge sharing, Questions/tests sharing social networks, repositories and analytics, Distributed repositories for teaching Proctoring Systems and Infrastructures LNCS

2

Workshop on Advancements in Applied Machine-learning and Data Analytics

deadline:
April 12, 2022

AAMDA 2022

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

Architectures for the edge, Solutions for Holistic Management, Machine Learning and Data Analytics applied solutions, Innovative Business models LNCS

3

Automatic landform classification: spatial methods and applications

deadline:
April 30, 2022

ALCSMA 2022

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

4

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

deadline:
April 30, 2022

ASTER 2022

Maurizio Pollino, (ENEA) Marco Vona, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Sonia Giovinazzi, (ENEA) Benedetto Manganelli, (University of Basilicata, Italy) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata, Italy)

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

5

Advances in Web Based Learning

deadline:
April 30, 2022

AWBL 2022

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

Adaptive and Personalized E-Learning; Student Modeling in Web Based Learning; Technology Enhanced Learning; Artificial Intelligence in Education; Educational Data Mining; Learning Analytics; Big Data in Education; Smart Learning Environments; Intelligent Tutoring Systems; Learning Management Systems; MOOCs; Large Scale E-Learning Systems; Web Based Learning Standards; Semantic Web and Ontologies in Education; Web 2.0 / Web 3.0 Technologies for Web Based Learning; Multi Agent Systems based E-Learning; Educational Recommender Systems; Mobile, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Technologies for Web Based Learning; Cloud Computing for Educational Systems; High Performance Computing in Web Based Learning; Human Computer Interaction for E-Learning; Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Education; E-Learning Systems for 21st Century Skills; Programming and Robotics Education; STEM Education; Engineering Education; Industry 4.0 in Education. LNCS

6

Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers: Technologies and Applications

deadline:
April 26, 2022

BDLTA 2022

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

Mathematical foundations of DLT, consensus algorithms, theoretical scalability analysis etc.; Challenges and issues in current DLT; prospects of DLT development; New technological solutions and techniques for distributed ledgers: multi-level validation, sharding, hybrid platforms, etc.; Smart-contracts and digital economy; Fault-tolerance and security in DLT; Application of DLT in science and industry LNCS

7

Bio and Neuro inspired Computing and Applications

deadline:
April 12, 2022

BIONCA 2022

NADIA NEDJAH, (State University of Rio de Janeiro) LUIZA DE MACEDO MOURELLE, (State University of Rio de Janeiro)

Neurocomputing; Neural systems; Bio-inspired computation; Bio-inspired systems LNCS

8

Configurational Analysis For Cities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

CA CITIES 2022

Claudia Yamu, (Oslo Metropolitan University) Valerio Cutini, (University of Pisa) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Potenza) Chiara Garau, (University of Cagliari)

Configurational analysis for cities, sustainable and successful cities, resilient cities, smart cities, healthy cities, city of short distances, growing and shrinking cities, managing urban sprawl, spatial cognition and wayfinding, theory and method development LNCS

9

Computational and Applied Mathematics

deadline:
April 12, 2022

CAM 2022

Maria Irene Falcão, (University of Minho) Fernando Miranda, (University of Minho)

Computational Mathematics; Numerical Methods and Algorithms LNCS

10

Computational and Applied Statistics

deadline:
April 12, 2022

CAS 2022

Ana Cristina Braga, (University of Minho)

Applied Statistics, Computational Statistics, Biostatistics LNCS

11

Computational Mathematics, Statistics and Information Management

deadline:
April 12, 2022

CMSIM 2022

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

Probability, Statistics, Numerical Abalysis, 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

12

Computational Optimization and Applications

deadline:
April 12, 2022

COA 2022

Ana Maria A. C. Rocha, (ALGORITMI Center, University of Minho, Portugal) Humberto Rocha, (CeBER & Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal)

Computational Optimization and Optimization applications LNCS

13

Computational Astrochemistry

deadline:
April 12, 2022

CompAstro 2022

Marzio Rosi, (University of Perugia) Nadia Balucani, (University of Perugia) Cecilia Ceccarelli, (Université Grenoble Alpes) Stefano Falcinelli, (University of 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

14

Computational methods for porous geomaterials

deadline:
April 12, 2022

CompPor 2022

Vadim Lisitsa, (Institute of Mathematics SB RAS) Evgeniy Romenski, (Institute of Mathematics SB RAS)

Mathematical models of multiscale porous media; Numerical simulation at pore scale; Upscaling; Discrete element method LNCS

15

Computational Approaches for Smart, Conscious Cities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

CASCC 2022

Andreas Fricke, (Hasso Plattner Institute, Digital Engineering Faculty, University of Potsdam) Jürgen Döllner, (Hasso Plattner Institute, Digital Engineering Faculty, University of Potsdam) Salvador Merino (Institute of Domotic and Energy Efficiency, University of Malaga, Spain) Jürgen Bund, (CEO of the Graphics Vision AI Association, Germany/Portugal) Markus Jobst, (Austrian Federal Office for Metrology and Surveying, Austria)
Francisco Guzman (Institute of Domotic and Energy Efficiency, University of Malaga, Spain)

Spatial digital twins; 3D and 4D point clouds; Domotics and metadomotics; Sensor analytics; Urban sensing; SDI; Virtual 3D city models; Spatial analytics; Geospatial AI; Spatial Modeling; Smart cities; Resilient cities; Sustainable Urban Development; GIS-based mobile applications for Smart Cities; Urban VR, AR, and Metaverse; Participatory games; Ubiquitous Computing Environment; Urban computing; Risk assessment; Emergency management; Renewable Energy for Cities and Smart grids; Spatio-temporal modeling; Geospatial visual analytics; Geovisualization; Spatial data mining; Spatio-temporal simulation; Space-time dynamics; LNCS

16


deadline:
April 12, 2022

CSHPC 2022

Elise DE DONCKER, (Western Michigan University) Fukuko YUASA, (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan) Hideo MATSUFURU, (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan)

Numerical analysis and simulations, High Performance Computing, Large scale data and applications, Machine Learning LNCS

17

Cities, Technologies and Planning

deadline:
April 30, 2022

CTP 2022

Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Małgorzata Hanz, (Lodz University of Technology) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Anastasia Stratigea, (National Technical University of Athens - NTUA) Ginevra Balletto, (University of Cagliari) Ljiljana Zivkovic, (Republic Geodetic Authority)

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

18

Digital Sustainability and Circular Economy

deadline:
April 30, 2022

DiSCE 2022

Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Stefano Epifani, (DTI - Digital Transformation Institute) Ginevra Balletto, (University of Cagliari) Luigi Mundula, (University of Cagliari) Alessandra Milesi, (University of Cagliari) Mara Ladu, (University of Cagliari) Stefano De Nicolai, (University of Pavia, Italy) Tu Anh Trinh, (University of Economics Ho Chi Minh, UEH)

Digital Transformation; Digital Sustainability; Circular Economy; Sustainable Development; Smart Cities and Communities LNCS

19

Econometrics and Multidimensional Evaluation in Urban Environment

deadline:
April 30, 2022

EMEUE 2022

Carmelo Maria Torre, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. Civil Engineering and Architectural Science) Maria Cerreta, (University Federico II of Naples, Department of Architecture) Pierluigi Morano, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. of Civil, Environmental, Transport and Chemical Engineering) Giuliano Poli, (University Federico II of Naples, Department of Architecture) Marco Locurcio, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. of Civil, Environmental, Transport and Chemical Engineering) Francesco Tajani, (University La Sapienza, Rome,)

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, Gis-supported MCDM, Multi-method evaluation systems, Spatial econometrics, Bioeconometrics and statistics LNCS

20


deadline:
April 30, 2022

EthicAI 2022

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

Artificial intelligence for the good, AI and IoT-enabled solutions for healthcare, Deep learning ethical applications, Smart agriculture, Machine Learning methods for urban environments, Medical robotics, Adaptive and intelligent mobile health, Environmental and workplace monitoring for the assessment of occupational risks and worker comfort, Next-generation sensing and Cloud services, Recent advances in affective computing and emotion recognition, Wearable sensors and algorithms, Advanced nanomaterial-based sensors, New trends for securing the Internet of Things, Privacy and trust in cyber pandemics, Social network analysis for virus spread, AI and deep learning solutions to manage the pandemics, AI-based analysis of seismic noise, Virtual and Augmented Reality for physical and mental wellness, Smart robotics for automation and social robots, Biologically-inspired algorithms for co-existence of AI and humans, Applications to specific linguistic and cultural issues LNCS

21

Future Computing System Technologies and Applications

deadline:
April 30, 2022

FiSTA 2022

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

Cloud Computing Systems/Applications, Resilient/Dependable Cloud, Fog/Edge Computing, Ontology Applications in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), AI-inspired Fog/Edge Computing Applications, Machine/Deep Learning, Graph Data, Social Networks LNCS

22

Geographical Computing and Remote Sensing for Archaeology

deadline:
April 12, 2022

GCRSArcheo 2022

Maria Danese, (CNR-ISPC) Nicola Masini, (CNR-ISPC)

computational science for archaeology, remote sensing for archaeology, spatial analysis for archaeology, landscape archaeology, machine learning applied to archaeological predictive models, comparison of different computational approaches to support archaeological studies LNCS

23

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

deadline:
April 30, 2022

GDM 2022

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

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

24

Geomatics in Agriculture and Forestry: new advances and perspectives

deadline:
April 30, 2022

GeoForAgr 2022

Maurizio Pollino, (ENEA) Giuseppe Modica, (Dipartimento di Agraria, Università degli Studi Mediterranea 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

25

Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial Statistics

deadline:
April 30, 2022

Geog-An-Mod 2022

Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) 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

26

Geomatics for Resource Monitoring and Management

deadline:
April 30, 2022

GRMM 2022

Alessandra Capolupo, (Polytechnic of Bari) Eufemia Tarantino, (Polytechnic of Bari) Enrico Borgogno Mondino, (Università di Torino)

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

27

International Workshop on Information and Knowledge in the Internet of Things

deadline:
April 12, 2022

IKIT 2022

Teresa Guarda, (UPSE)

Filipe Portela (University of Minho, Portugal)

Maria Fernanda Augusto (BiTrum Research Center, Spain)

- Assistive Technology  - Augmented Cognition - Context Aware Systems and Applications - Data Management in IoT - Decision Support Systems in IoT - e-Participation, e-Government, e-Hybrid Services - IoT-enabled computing paradigms - IoT in Education - IoT Knowledge Network - IoT Sensing Things Technology and Applications - Knowledge Management - Knowledge Networks - Knowledge Systems in IoT - Machine learning in IoT - Mobile and Cloud Computing in Pervasive Systems - Pervasive Systems Based on Cloud Computing - Security, Trust, and Privacy Issues in IoT LNCS

28

13th International Symposium on Software Quality

deadline:
April 12, 2022

ISSQ 2022

Sanjay Misra, (Ostfold University)

Quality Challenges in SMEs LNCS

29

Land Use monitoring for Sustanability

deadline:
April 30, 2022

LUMS 2022

Carmelo Maria Torre, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. Civil Engineering and Architectural Science) Alessandro Bonifazi, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. of Civil, Environmental, Transport and Chemical Engineering) Pasquale Balena, (Polytechnic University of Bari, Dep. of Civil, Environmental, Transport and Chemical Engineering) Debora Anelli, (Dep. of Architecture and construction, "La Sapienza" University, Rome)

Imperviousness, artificial soil, land take, ecosystems, urban systems, city growth, environmental and economic issues, evolutionary settlements LNCS

30

Machine Learning for Space and Earth Observation Data

deadline:
April 12, 2022

MALSEOD 2022

Rafael Santos, (INPE) Karine Reis Ferreira, (INPE)

Remote sensing, Big Data, Earth Monitoring, Machine Learning, Astronomy Data LNCS

31

Building multi-dimensional models for assessing complex environmental systems

deadline:
April 30, 2022

MES 2022

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

4. Track: Advanced and Emerging Applications LNCS

32

MOdels and indicators for assessing and measuring the urban settlement deVElopment in the view of ZERO net land take by 2050

deadline:
April 30, 2022

MOVEto0 2022

Lucia Saganeiti, (University of L Aquila) Lorena Fiorini, (University of L Aquila) Angela Pilogallo, (University of Basilicata) Alessandro Marucci, (University of L Aquila) Francesco Zullo, (University of L Aquila)

Urban sprinkling, urban sprawl and new urban transformation dynamics; Monitoring and modeling of urban transformation dynamics in dispersed and low-density settlement contexts; Land cover/land use change and land take; - Indicators for monitoring urban transformation; Environmental, economic, and social implications of dispersed, low-density settlement configurations; Analysis of policies and guidelines to manage, control and limit land take with a focus to the future perspectives in view of the achievement of the AGENDA 2030 goals; Indicator for assessing the sustainability of territorial transformation. LNCS

33

Modelling Post-Covid cities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

MPCC 2022

Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Ginevra Balletto, (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture, University of Cagliari,) Giuseppe Borruso, (Department of Economics, Business, Mathematics and Statistics “Bruno de Finetti”, University of Trieste) Marco Dettori, (Department of Medical, Surgical and Experimental Sciences; University of Sassari) Lucia Saganeiti, (University of l'Aquila)

Covid-19; Urban Models; 15-Minute City; Climate changes; Land Take; Spatial Diffusion Processes LNCS

34

Using microcontrollers to ensure the security of computing clusters and systems

deadline:
April 12, 2022

MSCC 2022

Zhanerke Temirbekova, (Kazakh National University)

Cyber security, Security, Trust, and Privacy Issues in IoT, Information Forensics and Security, Information Security, privacy in IoT, data security, Privacy policies, security risks and privacy issues, Library encryption and decryption, cryptography, Fully homomorphic encryption algorithm, Binary encryption, Analysis of Cryptographic

LNCS

35

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

deadline:
April 30, 2022

NC2P 2022

Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) Sabrina Lai, (University of Cagliari) Silvia Ronchi, (Polytechnic University of Milan) Dani Broitman, (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) Ana Clara Mourao Moura, (Federal University of Minas Gerais) 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’ provision. • 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

36

New Mobility Choices For Sustainable and Alternative Scenarios

deadline:
April 30, 2022

NEWMOB 2022

Tiziana Campisi, (University of Enna KORE) Socrates Basbas, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece) Aleksandra Deluka-Tibljaš , (University of Rijeka, Croatia) Alexandros Nikitas, (University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom) Ioannis Politis, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,  GREECE) Georgios Georgiadis, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,  GREECE) Irena Ištoka Otković, (University of Osijek, Croatia) Sanja Surdonja, (University of Rijeka, Croatia)

Sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP) and sustainable urban logistics plans (SULP); Decarbonization strategies; sustainable and resilient mobility development (models and principles applied in illustrative case studies, including reports on local practices; international thematic experiences; innovations in regional and national legislation); Analysis of the economic and social aspects of transport and logistics system; Urban planning; sustainability; infrastructural and social challenges (social inclusion, territorial cooperation, planning for resilient communities, land use changes, participatory planning processes, and urban environment) ; E-commerce and logistics last-mile; Electric and hybrid mobility; Smart cities ; Application of microsimulation in sustainable traffic planning and neutral cities. LNCS

37


deadline:
April 30, 2022

PCEIoT 2022

Michele Mastroianni, (University of Salerno, Italy) Lelio Campanile, (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy) Mauro Iacono, (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy)

attacks on data privacy, location privacy, machine-learning privacy, privacy in health ICT systems, data anonymization and pseudnimisation, privacy-enhancing technologies, data security, privacy policies, usable privacy technologies, privacy in IoT LNCS

38

Psycho-Social Analysis of Sustainable Mobility in The Pre- and Post-Pandemic Phase

deadline:
April 30, 2022

PSYCHE 2022

Tiziana Campisi, (University of Enna KORE) Socrates Basbas, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece) Dilum Dissanayake, (Newcastle University, UK) Nurten Akgün Tanbay, (Bursa Technical University, Turkey) Elena Cocuzza, (DICAR, University of Catania) Nazam Ali, (University of Management and Technology, Lahore - Pakistan) Vincenza Torrisi, (DICAR, University of Catania)

Sustainable and resilient urban mobility planning; Psychological impacts on travel behaviour; Introducing innovative infrastructures; Shared spaces; Comparative analysis between pre- and post- pandemic phases; Applying statistical methods; Analysis of the economic and social aspects; Land use challenges; Air quality; Road user safety; Transport supply and demand analysis for post-pandemic LNCS

39

Processes, methods and tools towards RESilient cities and cultural heritage prone to SOD and ROD disasters

deadline:
April 30, 2022

RES 2022

Elena Cantatore, (Department of Civil, Environmental, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh), Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy)) Alberico Sonnessa, (Department of Civil, Environmental, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh) - Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy)) Dario Esposito, (Department of Civil, Environmental, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh) - Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy))

Urban Built Environment; Slow-Onset Disasters (SOD); Rapid-Onset Disasters (ROD); Human Spatial Behaviour; Resilience; Cultural Heritage, Geomatics Monitoring and Modelling for Historic Centres, Decision Support Systems LNCS

40

Scientific Computing Infrastructure

deadline:
April 26, 2022

SCI 2022

Elena Stankova, (Saint-Petersburg State University) Vladimir Korkhov, (St. Petersburg State University)

The topics of the SCI’22 workshop include but are not limited to: 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, computational environment for numerical modeling of complex natural phenomena and technical processes, infrastructure of specialized Learning Management Systems. LNCS

41

Socio-Economic and Environmental Models for Land Use Management

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SEMLUM 2022

Debora Anelli, (Polytechnic of Bari) Pierluigi Morano, (Department of Civil, Environmental, Land, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh), Polytechnic University of Bari) Francesco Tajani, (Department of Architecture and Design, University of “La Sapienza” of Rome, Via Flaminia 359, Italy) Marco Locurcio, (Department of Civil, Environmental, Land, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh), Polytechnic University of Bari, Via Orabona 4, 70125 Bari, Italy;) Paola Amoruso, (Department of Economics and Management, LUM University, Strada Statale 100 km 18, 70010 Casamassima, Italy;)

land use policy and market oriented policies, land take and ecological indicators, sustainable development and finance, real estate assessment models, risk assessment, real estate investment decisions LNCS

42

14th International Symposium on Software Engineering Processes and Applications

deadline:
April 12, 2022

SEPA 2022

Sanjay Misra, (Ostfold University)

Emerging Areas in Software enginneering LNCS

43

Ports of the future – Smartness and Sustainability

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SmartPorts 2022

Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Gianfranco Fancello, (University of Cagliari) Ginevra Balletto, (University of Cagliari) Patrizia Serra, (University of Cagliari) Maria del Mar Munoz Leonisio, (University of Cadiz) Marco Mazzarino, (University IUAV - Venice) Marcello Tadini, (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy)

Smart Ports; Sustainable Ports; IoT; ICT; Safety and Security; Circular Economy; Port of the future. LNCS

44

Smart Tourism

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SmartTourism 2022

Giuseppe Borruso, (University of Trieste) Silvia Battino, (University of Sassari) Ainhoa Amaro Garcia, (Universidad de Alcalà, Universidad de Las Palmas) Maria del Mar Munoz Leonisio, (Universidad de Cádiz) Carlo Donato, (University of Sassari) Francesca Krasna, (University of Trieste (Italy)) Ginevra Balletto (University of Cagliari, Italy)

Smart Tourism; Smart Tourism Destinations; Smart Cities; Geography of Tourism; ICT LNCS

45

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

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SPA 2022

Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata) Sabrina Lai, (University of Cagliari) Jolanta Dvarioniene, (Kaunas University of Technology) Iole Cerminara, (University of Basilicata) Georgia Pozoukidou, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) Valentin Grecu, (Lucian Blaga University) 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 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

46

Specifics of smart cities development in Europe

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SPEED 2022

Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Katarína Vitálišová, (Matej Bel University, Department of Public Economics and Regional Development, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia) Paolo Nesi, (Disit Lab, University of Florence) Anna Vaňová, (Matej Bel University, Department of Public Economics and Regional Development, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia) Kamila Borseková, (Matej Bel University, Department of Public Economics and Regional Development, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia) Paola Zamperlin, (University of Pisa) Federico Cugurullo, (Trinity College, Dublin) Gerardo Carpentieri, (University of Naples Federico II)

Smart cities, Smart governance, Open Data, Urban growth, Participation, Big Data, IoT/IoE, Sustainability, Hyper Strategic Planning, Competitiveness, Cohesion, Conservation, Urban and Regional Planning. LNCS

47

Smart and Sustainable Island Communities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

SSIC 2022

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, Smart Communities, Urban and regional growth, Open Data, Big Data, Cultural Heritage Management, Distributive Logistics, Intelligent Transport Systems, Sustainability, Competitiveness, Cohesion, Conservation, Urban and Regional Planning LNCS

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Theoretical and Computational Chemistry and its Applications

deadline:
April 12, 2022

TCCMA 2022

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

Computational Chemistry, Molecular Dynamics, Quantum chemical calculation, Machine Learning LNCS

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Transport Infrastructures for Smart Cities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

TISC 2022

Francesca Maltinti, (University of Cagliari) Mauro Coni, (University of Cagliari) Francesco Pinna, (University of Cagliari) Chiara Garau, (University of Cagliari) Nicoletta Rassu, (University of Cagliari) James Rombi, (University of Cagliari) Benedetto Barabino (University of Brescia)

• Urban inclusive design for urban spaces • Greenways planning·and design • Recycled and reused materials · • Alternative and multifunctional materials • Human factors affecting road design • Stormwater management with green streets· • Safer and more resilient mobility· • Street design for emergency responds· • Circular economy applied to transport infrastructures • Transport Infrastructures for connected and autonomous mobility • Sensors smart grid for mobility and road management system • Sustainable infrastructures and green pavement· • Traffic management and safety • Infrastructures energetic impact and mitigation· • Intelligent Transport Systems and info mobility • Innovative technologies and materials to mitigate heat islands, improve air quality and water management • The future view of road design LNCS

50

14th International Workshop on Tools and Techniques in Software Development Process

deadline:
April 12, 2022

TTSDP 2022

Sanjay Misra, (Ostfold University)

Practical problems in Software Industry CPS

51

Urban Form Studies

deadline:
April 30, 2022

UForm 2022

Malgorzata Hanzl, (Lodz University of Technology) Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata) Alessandro Camiz, (Özyeğin University) Tomasz Bradecki, (Silesian University of Technology)

Urban form, urban morphology, GIS, Spatial Syntax, configurational analyses, analytical morphology, urban resilience, urban transformations LNCS

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Urban Regeneration: Innovative Tools and Evaluation Model

deadline:
April 12, 2022

URITEM 2022

Fabrizio Battisti, (Department of Architetture University of Florence) Laura Ricci, (Department of Planning, Design, and Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome) Orazio Campo, (Department of Planning, Design, and Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome)

Urban Regeneration; Sustainable urban and regional development; Urban and regional growth; Decision Support Systems; Complexity assessment and mapping; Smart and Sustainable Cities. LNCS

53

Urban Space Accessibility and Mobilities

deadline:
April 30, 2022

USAM 2022

Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Matteo Ignaccolo, (DICAR, University of Catania) Enrica Papa, (University of Westminster, United Kingdom) Francesco Pinna, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari) Silvia Rossetti, (DIA, University of Parma) Wendy Tan, (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway; Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands); Michela Tiboni, (DICATAM, University of Brescia);
Vincenza Torrisi, (DICAR, University of Catania)

Accessibility, Mobilities, Safety, Urban space, Cities, Augmented reality, Virtual reality, Accessibility design, Cultural tourism accessibility, ITS, Innovative flexible services, Real-time information, Big-data. LNCS

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Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and Applications

deadline:
April 30, 2022

VRA 2022

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

Virtual Reality systems; Virtual Reality tools and toolkits; Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality; Virtual Reality languages (X3D, VRML, Collada, Ajax3D, Java3D, OpenGL); Virtual Reality Development Platforms (Blender, Godot, Unity3D, Unreal Engine. etc); Immersive Virtual Reality (Digital Gloves, Motion Trackers, HMDs); Virtual Reality based scientific visualization; Multi-user and distributed Virtual Reality and games; Learning and assessment based on Virtual Reality approaches; Virtual classes and practice; Virtual Reality on Cloud/HPC environments; Virtual Laboratories; Educational games; Virtual Reality applied to Cultural Heritage; Virtual Reality applied to Medicine and Surgery; VR Systems for telecare and disabilities treatments; LNCS

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Workshop on Advanced and Computational Methods for Earth Science applications

deadline:
April 30, 2022

WACM4ES 2022

Luca Piroddi, (University of Cagliari) Sebastiano D'Amico, (University of Malta)

Geology and Geophysics LNCS

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Workshop on Advanced Mathematics and Computing Methods in Complex Computational Systems

deadline:
April 30, 2022

WAMCM 2022

Yeliz Karaca (University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA) Dumitru Baleanu (Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey and Institute of Space Science, Romania) Osvaldo Gervasi (University of Perugia, Italy) Yu-Dong Zhang (University of Leicester, UK) Majaz Moonis (University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA)

• Fractal and fractional calculus; • Fractal Artificial Intelligence (Fractal AI) • Fractional-order systems • Computational imaging and simulation technologies in biomedicine • Computational modeling of medical complex systems • Learning-based models in image and / or signal processing • AI and machine learning applications in complex systems • High-performance biocomputing • Computational imaging and simulation technologies in biomedicine • Integrative machine-learning and neuroscience • Data-driven computing • Data analytics-based models • Fractional computing systems • Multifractal analysis • Entropy and its applications • Wavelet and its applications • Statistical mechanics • Quantum artificial intelligence (QAI) • Quantum fractals • Dynamical behaviors and their types • Modeling complex PDE-based physics problems with PINNs • Physics-informed deep learning • Nonlinear PDE-based PINNs • Efficient and stable training of differential equations • Quantization optimization algorithms • Discrete, stochastic and hybrid dynamics • Learning nonlocal constitutive models with neural networks • Nonlocal PDEs for image and data processing • Complex periodicity and synchronization • Bifurcation analysis and spatio-temporal patterns of nonlinear dynamics in neural networks LNCS