About ICIST 2017

7th International Conference on Information Society and Techology will be held on Kopaonik, Serbia on Mar 12-15, 2017. The main objective of the conference is to provide a platform for ICT oriented researchers and practitioners from all over the world to present their research results and development activities, to exchange experiences and new ideas, to discuss challenges, and to establish business or research relations for future collaboration. This year's ICIST special focus is at Internet-of-Things.

All accepted papers will be published in ICIST digital repository. Past editions of the online proceedings can be viewed here: ICIST2014, ICIST2015, ICIST2016. Online proceedings will be submitted to CEUR repository. The authors of the best, relevant papers will be invited to submit their extended versions to the thematic Special Issues of Enterprise Information Systems journal (Taylor&Francis, IF2015:2.269) and Facta Universitatis Series of Mechanical Engineering (open source, indexed in SCOPUS and many other databases, classified as M24, according to the Ministry of education, science and technological development of Republic of Serbia).

ICIST 2017 Special tracks

Model-driven data-intensive Enterprise Information Systems, Chaired by: Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves, Milan Zdravković

ICT for health,aging and well-being, Chaired by: Anton Kos, Osiris Canciglieri Junior, Miroslav Trajanović

(Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems, Chaired by: Hervé Panetto, Paulo C. Stadzisz, Eduardo Rocha Loures

Hydroinformatics, Chaired by: Nikola Milivojević, Miloš Stanić, Boban Stojanović

ICIST Conference series is one of the top IT scientific events in the region, with 50-100 papers presented each year, average of 200 participants per edition, attended also by the number of IT industry representatives in the region. It hosts distinguished scientists keynotes (in past years, we were honored to share the stage with Richard Mark Soley, Orri Erling, Howard Moskowitz, Bran Selić and others), scientific sessions, panel discussions, industry presentations with exciting social programme for motivated and successfull networking.

Internet of Things (IoT) has attracted attention of major players in industrial landscape and it is currently one of the most expected emerging technologies. According to the 2015's Gartner's Hype Cycle for Internet of Things, IoT is currently at the "peak of inflated expectations". The development of IoT is also driven by the need to facilitate machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, which is emerging at unprecedented rate. Machina Research predicts that M2M connections will rise from two billion in 2012 to 12 billion in 2020. Cisco values IoT market to 19 trillion USD. According to the same source, only 0.6% of the physical objects the potential candidates for IoT are currently connected. Different sources refer to estimated 50 billion objects online on 2020.

Is your work in any way related to this upcoming perfect tech storm? Do not miss the opportunity to have everybody know about it. Even if its not, you may still take on some of our standard topics of interest, as listed below.

Information Systems

Systems Engineering. Enterprise Architecture and Modelling. Service-Oriented Architectures. Web Information Systems. Integration and Interoperability. Embedded Systems. Computer and Networks Security. Business Process Management...

Software Engineering

Artificial Intelligence. Algorithms and Data Structures. The Software Process. Databases. Model-Driven Software Engineering. Domain Specific Languages. Machine Learning. Information Retrieval. Data Mining. Human-Computer Interaction...

Information Society

Open Data. Open Government. E-Government. E-Learning. E-Health. Digital Libraries. ICT Ethical Aspects. Virtual Communities. Social Networking and Broadcasting. Electronic Data Interchange. Cloud Computing...

ICT and Societal Challenges

Energy and Environment. Biomedical Engineering. Mechanical Engineering. Electrical Engineering. Food and Agriculture. Transport. Secure Societies. Inclusive Societies...

Important Dates

1 Sep 15

Track Proposals

2 Feb 1

Abstract Submission

3 Feb 20

Decisions Sent to Authors

4 Mar 5

Conference Registration

5 Mar 12

Conference is Opened

6 Apr 15

Full Paper Submission

Calls for Contributors

Call for Extended Abstracts

We welcome submission of extended abstracts presenting original unpublished work which is not been submitted for publication elsewhere. Extended abstract must comply to the specific requirements, as it follows.

The extended abstract must be submitted by using EasyChair platform. Instance of platform for ICIST 2017 conference has been already created and you can access it here (when submitting, select the Submission type: Extended abstract). The extended abstract must consicely and clearly highlight all following aspects: research motivation and the problem, the research question(s), methodology, description of the solution and/or the discussion. The evaluation of the extended abstracts will be double-blind. Thus, author names, addresses, emails and affiliations MUST NOT be included in the extended abstract.

The extended abstract must be created by using this template, submitted in PDF format, and it MUST NOT exceed 3 A4 pages including figures.

The extended abstracts will be reviewed by 1-3 members of the IPC. After the decisions are distributed, the authors with accepted abstracts will be invited to submit full papers for publishing in the ICIST 2017 Proceedings book. For preparation of the full papers, download the template here. The specific deadline for full papers will be April, 15th, 2017. In order to have the submitted full paper published in the Proceedings book, at least one author or co-author must be registered at the conference and present the paper in regular or poster session.

When submitting the extended abstract for a special track, select the special track title in the submission form.

Call for Special Track Proposals

We invite researchers to propose tracks on their particular field of interest, within the scope of the ICIST conferences. There should be one to three track co-chairs in each track and one of the co-chairs should be designated as the primary contact person. The responsibilities of the co-chairs are defined, as it follows.

The co-chairs will promote the special track and take actions to ensure an adequate number of submissions. Minimum number of accepted papers for a succesful special track is 6 in regular sessions + 2 in poster. The special track co-chairs will organize a peer review process for the extended abstracts submitted to their track and propose the list of the papers to be included in the conference programme to IPC co-chairs. At least one of the co-chairs must be registered to the conference and serve as a session chair in his/her own track.

The proposal for a special track must enclose the title and short abstract, list of co-chairs with their affiliations, list of potential reviewers, overview of the scientific communities (associations, working groups, standardization bodies, project consortiums, etc.) which the co-chairs will address and a proposal for a keynote (if the topic of the special track is related to a focal area of ICIST 2017 - Internet-of-Things). For submission of the special track proposals, use this template. Special track proposals should not exceed 2 A4 pages and they should be submitted by using EasyChair platform before the deadline (Sep. 15, 2016). Send the special track proposal by email to the programme chair.

For each of the succesful tracks/special sessions, the organizer will cover the costs of stay (3 nights/HB) and registration costs for one person. Local transport arrangements also possible.

Call for Industry Track Presentations

For the first time in ICIST history, we invite industry representatives to join us and share their ICT related issues, problems and partial solutions with us. The aim of the ICIST industry track is to gather industries and academics in an effort to identify possible synergies and find way to work together in an attempt to resolve real practical problems, by building upon existing scientific achievements.

We invite industries to propose concise statements of the practical problems and/or their partial solutions. The relevance of the proposals will be formally reviewed by the ICIST co-chairs. Eligible proposal authors will be invited to participate in the industry track. Each of the invited authors will be assigned with 20 minutes slot in the track.

Industry track proposals should be created by using this template. They should not exceed 2 A4 pages and they should be submitted by using EasyChair platform before the deadline (Dec. 15, 2016). Send the industry track proposal by email to the programme chair.

ICIST 2017 Keynotes

Ms Michela Magas, AIOTI (EU Alliance for IoT Innovation) Communication Officer, Stromatolite LTD founder and director, UK

Michela Magas has a track record of over 20 years of innovation working with companies such as Apple, Nike and Nokia. She is the founder of MusicTechFest.net, an ecosystem of over 5000 creative innovators and scientific researchers, and is the author of #MusicBricks, a project that places exclusive tools from research into the hands of creative developers and makers, and takes them to market. Her initiatives have created over 5M impacts on social media and yielded multiple patents and productisations in a very short time, generating their own innovation ecosystems.

Michela is on the CAF Advisory Board of the European Commission’s Horizon2020 programme, both at meta level regarding future directions for the ICT research programme, and more specifically on Innovation, the Internet of Things and the Creative Industries. She has been awarded Innovation Luminary 2016 by the European Commission and Intel Labs Europe, and is currently leading Innovation Ecosystems for the European Alliance of Internet of Things Innovation.

Prof. Theo Kanter, Stockholm University, Sweden

Theo's research interests concern methods for sharing and utilizing context from sensor and user information in heterogeneous networks to enable adaptive & context‐aware mobile services.

During his career, Theo has held a number of leading positions in telecommunications research, earlier at Ellemtel AB, Sweden (1996‐1999), where he led research in agent‐based service architectures for context‐aware voice services on the Internet. Between 1999 and 2007, Theo was a senior scientist at Ericsson Research in the area of Service Layer Technologies focusing on Adaptive Mobile Services and Mobile Presence. In September 2007, Theo was appointed full Professor of Computer Science in the area of Distributed Systems within the Department of Information Technology and Media at the Mid Sweden University. In this position, he was the driving force of a new research group focused on Sensor‐Based Services and co‐leader of the Sensible Things that Think (STC) center at the Mid Sweden University. As a member of the Acreo National (fiber‐optic) Testbed he established a platform for supporting and creating applications that utilize ad‐hoc Context Networks via heterogeneous networks, and selected in several IoT & Cloud related testbeds in EU projects. As of 2012, he was appointed Unit Director within DSV and successfully applied to the position of Senior Lecturer. Theo was promoted to Professor of Computer Science at SU in January 2013. His research activities and research group are organized within the Immersive Participation research area initiated by Theo and in international research networks pivotal to the formation of new FP7 projects, building upon the strengths of national and international collaboration.

Kanter is an associate editor of IEEE Computer Communications magazine, and technical committee member / (co‐)organizer of many well‐known international conferences on wireless & mobile computing and applications, such as: IEEE Conference on Mobile and Wireless Communications Networks (MWCN), International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC), IEEE Workshop on Local and Metropolitan Area Networks (LANMAN), and IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC). Research interests Methods for sharing and utilizing context from sensor and user information in heterogeneous networks to enable adaptive & context‐aware mobile services.

ICIST 2017 Committees

Organizing Committee (OC), chaired by Prof. dr Miodrag Ivković is in charge for the organization of the conference. All decisions related to the scientific programme are made by the International Programme Committee (IPC), based on the peer review process, coordinated by the IPC co-chairs. Track chairs are in charge of setting up a scientific programme in the specific topics, which are decided upon based on the submitted track proposals.

Carlos Agostinho

UNINOVA, Portugal

Phil Archer

W3C, USA

Alexis Aubry

University of Lorraine, France

Marija Boban

University of Split, Croatia

Osiris Canciglieri Junior

University of Paraná, Brasil

Vincent Chapurlat

Ecole des mines d’Alès, France

Carlos Coutinho

ISTAR, University ISCTE-IUL, Portugal

arko Cojbaic

University of Ni, Serbia

Negica Ćulafić

Smart Travel, Serbia

Michele Dassisti

Politecnico di Bari, Italy

Yves Ducq

Université de Bordeaux, France

Igor Dejanović

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Vladimir Filipović

University of Belgrade, Serbia

Nenad Gligorić

DunavNET, Serbia

Elissaveta Gourova

Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria

Stevan Gostojić

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Wided Guédria

LIST, Luxembourg

Irena Holubová

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Czech Republic

Luka Humski

University of Zagreb, Croatia

Fan, Ip-Shing

Cranfield University, UK

Dragan Ivanović

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Miodrag Ivković

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Valentina Janev

Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Serbia

Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves

UNINOVA, Portugal

Dorina Kabakchieva

Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria

Zora Konjović

Singidunum University, Serbia

Nikola Korunović

University of Niš, Serbia

Anton Kos

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Aleksandar Kovačević

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Srđan Krčo

DunavNET, Serbia

Lea Kutvonen

University of Helsinki, Finland

Martina Laskač

Smart Travel, Serbia

Eduardo Rocha Loures

Pontifical Catholic University of Parana, Brasil

Ivan Luković

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Miloš Madić

University of Niš, Serbia

István Mezgár

University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Nikola Milivojević

Institute for water resource developement Jaroslav Černi, Belgrade, Serbia

Ivan Milentijević

University of Niš, Serbia

Gordana Milosavljević

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Siniša Nešković

University of Belgrade, Serbia

Đorđe Obradović

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Dušan Okanović

University of Stuttgart, Germany

Herve Panetto

University of Lorraine, France

Mirjana Pejić Bach

University of Zagreb, Croatia

Valentin Penca

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

David Romero Díaz

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

Marcelo Rudek

University of Paraná, Brasil

Ioan Sacala

Universitatea Politehnica din Bucuresti, Romania

João Sarraipa

UNINOVA, Portugal

Goran Savić

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Milan Segedinac

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Jean Marcelo Simão

University of Technology - Paraná, Brasil

Goran Sladić

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Jelena Slivka

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Marko Smiljanić

NIRI Intelligent Computing, Serbia

Paulo C. Stadzisz

Technical University of Parana, Brazil

Miloš Stanić

University of Belgrade, Serbia

Boban Stojanović

University of Kragujevac, Serbia

Richard Mark Soley

OMG, USA

Kamelia Stefanova

University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria

Sašo Tomažič

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Miroslav Trajanović

University of Niš, Serbia

Anton Umek

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Bruno Vallespir

IMS, University of Bordeaux, France

Milan Vidaković

University of Novi Sad

William Wei Song

Dalarna University, Sweden

Georg Weichhart

PROFACTOR GmbH, Austria

Miroslav Zarić

University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Jelena Zdravković

Stockholm University, Sweden

Milan Zdravković

University of Niš, Serbia

Martin Zelm

INTEROP-VLab, Belgium

ICIST Programme

Traditionally, ICIST offers a perfect mix of great scientific programme with social events for networking. At this time, we can announce the tentative programme, which you can see below.

ICIST2017 Special Tracks


Co-chairs:

  • Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, New University of Lisbon, UNINOVA, Portugal (rg AT uninova.pt)
  • Milan Zdravković, Laboratory for Intelligent Production Systems (LIPS), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Niš, Serbia (milan.zdravkovic AT gmail.com)

Model-driven data-intensive Enterprise Information Systems

The track is motivated by the extensive growth of interest for embedding so-called Big Data and Internet-of-Things (IoT) capabilities into traditional Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) architectures, thus aiming towards realization of Sensing Enterprise vision.

Networks of physical objects with sensing, data collection, transmission and actuation capabilities, and vast endpoints in the cloud, offering large amounts of heterogeneous data, become increasingly important enterprise resources and sources for fundamental analytics. Technology stack seem to be already there, with large number of cloud-based IoT platforms, offering connectivity, storage, analytics and visualization in a secure way and at scale. However, critical issues still remain open. In order to capitalize on this trend and thus start evolving from digital to sensing enterprises, existing EISs need to change. Such change may imply any of the following: complete EIS re-design and re-deployment, full integration with off-the-shelf tools or empowering existing systems with specific interoperability infrastructures.

The objective of this Special Track is to present state-of-the-art research in using Model-Driven Engineering approaches, techniques, tools and practices to overcome issues arising from transition from traditional process-focused to data-intensive EIS, where this transition is facilitated by any of the three above mentioned approaches.

The authors of all accepted papers will be invited to submit the extended versions to a Special Issue of the Enterprise Information Systems journal (Taylor & Francis, IF2015: 2.269)

ICIST2017 Special Tracks


ICT for health,aging and well-being

One of the greatest social challenges today is addressing many different concerns and issues related to healthcare, aging and well-being. These challenges include, but are not restricted to, improving the understanding of causes and mechanisms connected to health; ability to monitor, prevent, detect, and treat disease; personalize health and care delivery. For addressing such challenges, a new approach is needed, which will transform the health and care delivery. This approach is proactive rather than reactive. Healthcare should evolve mechanisms for early risk detection, shifting from the acute treatment to long-term health monitoring. Instead of focusing on single disease treatment, healthcare systems should become capable of handling multiple chronic conditions and comorbidities at the same time. Care delivery should become pervasive, not exclusively institutional. Finally, generic treatment approach should be abandoned and care should become more personalized.

Advanced ICT technologies will play a crucial role in this transformation. Health-related data will grow and will have accurate and useful digital representations. Predictive computing, used by the care providers and customers, will use health-related data to facilitate early risk detection and self-management of health and disease. Health systems will become interoperable. Robotic systems, driven by artificial intelligence will enable assisted living, in smart, age-friendly homes. Biofeedback applications in healthcare, sport, recreation, and rehabilitation will enable easier and faster way to achieving the desired results. They will assist individuals, healthcare personnel, and trainers in many ways; from influencing the physiological processes in human body, to motor learning in sports and rehabilitation.

With this session, we aim to uncover the current research in the abovementioned topics and topics closely related to them. All relevant contributions are strongly welcomed.

The authors of all accepted papers will be invited to submit the extended versions to a Special Issue of the Facta Universitatis series journal. The journal is with open access, indexed by many databases, including SCOPUS. It is assigned with M24 category, by the Ministry of education, science and technological development of Republic of Serbia.

Co-chairs:

  • Anton Kos, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (anton.kos AT fe.uni-lj.si)
  • Osiris Canciglieri Junior, Polytechnic School, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil (osiris.canciglieri AT pucpr.br)
  • Miroslav Trajanović, Laboratory for Intelligent Production Systems (LIPS), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Niš, Serbia (miroslav.trajanovic AT masfak.ni.ac.rs)

ICIST2017 Special Tracks


Co-chairs:

  • Hervé Panetto, University of Lorraine, CRAN UMR 7039, CNRS, France
  • Paulo C. Stadzisz, Technical University of Parana, Brazil
  • Eduardo Rocha Loures, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana, Brazil

Supported by:

(Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems

The sensing enterprise is a digital business innovation concept making Internet of Things, Service Oriented Architectures and Advanced Human Computer Interactions converge for more agile, flexible and proactive management of unexpected events in the global value networks of today. In essence, it concerns the adoption of Future Internet technologies for the virtual enterprise and its value network. Translating the same concept to smart enterprises, and more generally to Smart Systems (smart manufacturing, smart cities, smart logistics …), the capability by next generation systems sensing, modelling and interpreting the signals from the real world is a pre-requisite for a more flexible and agile reconfiguration of those smart systems. Intuitively, a sensing system requires resources and machineries to be constantly monitored, configured and easily interacted by blue collar workers. All these functions, and much more indeed, are now implemented by so-called (Industrial) Internet-of-Things. With advent of the new paradigms of Industrial Internet-of-Things and Cyber-Physical Systems, the number and the diversity of systems that need to work together in the future enterprises have significantly increased. This trend highlights the need to shift the interoperability paradigm from the classic consideration of interoperating pair of systems, towards the interoperability as a capability to sense and perceive the exchanged messages, as well as to purposefully and socially act upon their perceptions. Such a shift could have important consequences on the future architecture design of these systems. The emergence of cloud based technologies will have a significant impact on the design and implementation of cyber physical systems; using such novel technologies, collaborative engineering practises will increase globally which will enable a new generation of small scale industrial organizations to function in an information centric manner. The potential of such technologies in fostering a leaner and more agile approach towards engineering is also very high. Engineers and engineering organizations no longer have to be restricted to the availability of advanced processing capabilities but can adopt a ‘pay as you go’ approach which will enable them to access and use software resources for engineering activities from any remote location in the world.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Smart Systems Interoperability
  • Cyber Physical Systems modelling and applications
  • Industrial Internet-of-Thing (IIOT)
  • IoT for Logistics Systems
  • IIoT Enterprise Systems
  • Sensing Systems
  • Model-driven sensing engineering
  • Ontology-based models for (I)IoT
  • IIoT for Future Internet Enterprise Systems

The authors of all relevant accepted papers will be invited to submit the extended versions to a Special Issue of the Enterprise Information Systems journal (Taylor & Francis, IF2015: 2.269)

ICIST2017 Special Tracks


Hydroinformatics

The hydroinformatics is related with the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and modelling, and their application for resolving water-related problems. Hydro-information systems are designed to provide support to decision-making processes so they can provide significant information on different processes within a catchment on scenarios of future development with multiple variants, as well as on the system utilization in real-time. The most important goals of the development and application of such systems are the following: integration of all relevant hydrologic, meteorological, hydrogeologic, hydropower and other data, as well as the creation of the conditions for their availability to a wide circle of interested users, making of the best possible decisions related to operational management of hydropower plants in various situations, as well as making of the best possible strategic decisions in order to make the optimum choice of the solution for the integral basin management.

Hydoinformation systems are developed to support decision-making on all levels, i.e., local, regional, state and trans-boundary. These systems create possibilities for the optimum management in real time as well as harmonization of various interested parties (electric power industries, situated in different states, with different interests that operate under the circumstances of the evident lack of uniformity regarding natural inflows and consumption needs). In a long run the conditions are created for the further development on the whole catchment region (new development projects, additional generation capacities etc.) in order to achieve the optimum exploitation of hydropower potential, as well as the multi-purpose use of water.

Co-chairs:

  • Nikola Milivojević, Leading researcher, Institute for water resource developement Jaroslav Černi, Belgrade, Serbia (nikola.milivojevic AT gmail.com)
  • Miloš Stanić, Associate professor, Institute of hydraulic and environmental engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (mstanic AT grf.bg.ac.rs)
  • Boban Stojanović, Associate professor, Department of mathematics and informatics, Faculty of science, University of Kragujevac, Kragujevac, Serbia (bobi AT kg.ac.rs)

Sponsored by:

  • Electric Power Industry of Serbia, Balkanska 13, Belgrade, Serbia

ICIST2017 Special Tracks


Co-chairs:

  • Dr Dejan Drajic, DNET Labs

Feeding smart citizens requires smart agriculture: challenges and opportunities

In the recent years, we are witnessing increased urban growth and migration waves towards the cities around the globe. The cities are experiencing pressure on their infrastructures that have to cope with continuously increasing demand for supply of energy, water, polution, noise, social, transportation, healthcare, safety, etc. New technologies, i.e. Internet of Things (IoT), sensing technologies, big data analytics, machine learning, advanced data analytics have an important role in creating solutions for smart cities, thus reducing costs, improving the quality of services delivered to citizens and overall quality of life in the cities, thus making cities of the future safer and more efficient. On the other side, combination of the same technologies can drive move from agriculture based on experience to agriculture based on "numbers", thus helping agriculture industry to optimize food production and produce high quality food for increased global population in a sustainable manner.

This special session aims to bring together researchers, technology providers and technology users to discuss current challenges preventing large scale deployments of solutions in these domains, to present best practices and experiences from live deployment as well as opportunities for collaboration in domains of smart cities and smart agriculture.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Business models for smart city services, who should be funding these?
  • Business models for smart agriculture services: what drives introduction of new services, end user perspective
  • Deployment of IoT solution: setting up thousands of devices across a city is not the same as rolling out a new version of PC operating system. Experiences, thoughts, recommendations...
  • Data privacy: are the cities ready to use public clouds? Do farmers care about this as much?IoT platforms, smart city platforms, smart agriculture platforms: how to choose, what to pay attention to?
  • Cool new solutions and algorithms: is that really possible and how it comes I haven’t thought of that, it's so simple and effective.

Past Conferences

Top areas in last 3 years

Information Systems
23.6%
E-Society
23.2%
Software Engineering
20.1%
Biomedical Engineering
10.6%

Past three years in a nutshell

  • 48 IPC members from 18 countries
  • 90 papers submitted, 49 accepted for presentation in regular sessions (54% acceptance rate for regular papers), 36 papers presented in poster sessions
  • More than 300 participants, IPC members from 20 countries all over the world
  • 114 submissions received, authors or co-authors from 26 countries
  • 64 papers presented in regular sessions, 34 poster papers
  • Special tracks on MBSE, Open Data and GIS, Biomedical Engineering and Next-Generation EIS
  • Amazing keynotes: Richard Mark Soley from OMG; Orri Erling, Virtuoso; Vladimir Weinstein, Google
  • 63 researchers from 18 countries participated in the work of IPC
  • 80 papers submitted, 72 invited, 48 in the regular sessions (overall acceptance rate 90%, regular papers acceptance rate 60%)
  • 220 authors and co-authors from 20 countries

Registration

At least one co-author of the accepted paper must be registered at the conference. In case of no-show, the authors of the accepted extended abstract will not be invited to submit the full paper and hence, the paper will not be published in the proceedings book. Click on the Register button below to fill the registration form.

Accommodation

Kopaonik is the largest and best-known Serbian ski resort. There are many accommodation options, but we suggest to choose from the following: The conference has negotiated special price offers for the participants. The prices are indicated in the registration form. For the detailed information about accommodation please contact SMART Travel at office@smart-travel.rs or +381 11 308 66 94.
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