ICIST 2017 Programme

Sunday, 12.3.2017

Monday, 13.3.2017

Tuesday, 14.3.2017

Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel
Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel
Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel
Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel
Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel
8:30-9:00 Registration 8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-10:30
Regular Track: Modeling, analysis, simulation and optimization
9:00-10:30
Special Track: (Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems
9:00-10:30
Regular Track: Model-driven software engineering
9:00-10:30
Special Track: Hydroinformatics, Session 1
10:30-12:00
Regular Track: Social, smart IS in the cloud
10:30-12:00
Special Track: (Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems
10:30-12:00
Regular Track: Next generation IS
10:30-12:00
Special Track: Hydroinformatics, Session 2
 

12:00-13:30
Poster session 1: IoT and big data

13:30-15:00
Poster session 2: Software design and development

 

12:00-13:30
Poster session 3: ICT Case studies

13:30-15:00
Poster session 4: Next generation ICT

Room Pančić 3, Grand Hotel
16:00-17:00
Registration
15:30-17:00
Special Track: ICT for health,aging and well-being, Session 1
17:00-17:30
Opening
17:30-19:00
Keynotes:
Michela Magas
Theo Kanter
17:00-18:30
Special Track: Model-driven data-intensive EIS
17:00-18:30
Special Track: ICT for health,aging and well-being, Session 2
21:00-23:00
Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel
ICIST Wine tasting Challenge
22:00-01:00
Garden Restaurant, Grand Hotel
ICIST Music Challenge with Blackberries Band
20:00-22:00
ICIST Sports Challenge

ICIST 2017 Programme

Monday, 13.3.2017
9:00-10:30 Regular Track: Modeling, analysis, simulation and optimization

Venue: Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel

9 Slavica Nasteska and Liljana Gavrilovska Network effect – a key element for switching the provider of mobile communications in the Republic of Macedonia
51 Angelina Vujanovic, Gorana Gojic, Radovan Turovic, Jelena Slivka and Aleksandar Kovacevic The influence of nearby geographical objects on the popularity of bicycle-sharing stations
67 Marko Jocić, Djordje Obradovic, Vuk Malbasa and Zora Konjovic Image tagging with an ensemble of deep convolutional neural networks
84 Ivan Perić, Miroslav Kondić, Stefan Anđelić, Marko Jocić and Đorđe Obradović Simultaneous localization and mapping based on the video content analysis
85 Stefan Anđelić, Miroslav Kondić, Ivan Perić, Marko Jocić and Aleksandar Kovačević Text classification based on named entities
91 Dragan Vidaković, Milan Segedinac, Đorđe Obradović and Goran Savić A Recommendation System with Personalizable Distributed Collaborative Filtering
93 Aleksandra Dedinec and Aleksandar Dedinec Electricity price forecasting of the South East European power exchanges
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Monday, 13.3.2017
9:00-10:30 Special Track: (Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

36 Nikola Zogovic, Mica Mladenovic and Sladan Rašic From Primitive to Cyber-Physical Beekeeping
20 Theo Kanter Immersive IoT in Smart Cities
88 Michele Dassisti, Antonio Giovannini, Pasquale Merla, Michela Chimienti, Mario Lezoche, Herve Panetto and Concetta Semeraro Industry 4.0 Paradigm:the viewpoint of the small and medium enterprises.
95 Dmitry Morozov, Mario Lezoche and Hervé Panetto Formal Concept Analysis modeling for Cyber Physical System interoperability optimization in Industry 4.0
98 Nikola Tomasevic, Marko Batic and Sanja Vraneš Service-oriented integration of smart home and building automation systems
100 Marko Batic, Nikola Tomasevic and Sanja Vraneš IoT enabled End User engagement towards energy efficient lifestyles
103 Petar Bjeljac, Nikola Đukić, Srđan Tegeltija, Stevan Stankovski and Gordana Ostojić IoT – based information systems in seed-to-fork food production
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Monday, 13.3.2017
10:30-12:00 Regular Track: Social, smart IS in the cloud

Venue: Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel

17 Novak Boškov, Marko Jocic, Ðorde Obradovic and Miloš Simic Grouping Facebook Users Based On The Similarity Of Their Interests
19 Marcelo Rudek, Altemir Trapp, Roberto Zanetti Freire and Osiris Canciglieri Junior Development of a Specialized System for Goalball’s Game Tactical Analysis
43 Jovana Jovic DCAT Application profile for Serbia
58 Adela Ljajic, Ulfeta Marovac and Aldina Avdic Sentiment analysis of Twitter for the Serbian language
79 Stefan Dejanovic, Jelena Stankovski, Marina Stanojevic and Imre Lendak Cost-benefit analysis of migrating the ADMS to the computing cloud
80 Aleksandar Bosnjak Smart tourism destinations: Enhancing interconnection between stakeholders and tourists through information personalization and feedback system
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Monday, 13.3.2017
10:30-12:00 Special Track: (Industrial) Internet-of-Things for Smart & Sensing Systems

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

64 Srdan Popov, Miroslav Zaric and Ðorde Cosic Pairing BPM and IoT for sensor error discovery and recovery automation
8 Igor Manojlovic and Aleksandar Erdeljan Efficient Aggregation of Time Series Data
26 Aleksandar Dimov, Nikola Davidovic, Leonid Stoimenov and Krasimir Baylov Software reliability management in Big Data distributed stream computing systems
44 Narjes Alaya, Baudouin Dafflon, Nejib Moalla and Yacine Ouzrout Toward Agent-CPS based collaborative platform for industry 4.0.
68 Valentina Timčenko, Nikola Zogović, Borislav Đorđević and Miloš Jevtić An IoT business environment for Multi Objective Cloud Computing Sustainability Assessment Framework
106 David Tchoffa, Nicolas Figay, Fadaba Danioko, Abderrahman El Mhamedi and Hervé Panetto Alignment of the PLM Federated Interoperability Framework with IoT and Virtual Manufacturing
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Monday, 13.3.2017
12:00-13:30 Poster session 1: IoT and big data

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

70 Nenad Gligorić, Dejan Jovanovic, Srdjan Krco, Stylianos Georgoulas, Liisa Hakola and Thea Sipiläinen-Malm A method for generation of dynamic QR codes based on functional ink: Smart Retail Cold Chain Management Use Case
82 Đorđe Lukić and Dejan Drajić Comparative analysis of communication standards for Smart City deployment
37 Marko Dabovic and Valentina Janev Citizens-centric mobile application for traffic accidents reporting
73 Jovan Ivkovic Analysis of the performance of the new generation of 32-bit microcontrollers for IoT and Big Data application
77 Milos Kosanovic and Mirko Kosanovic Applicability of WebSocket protocol into Wireless Sensor Networks
96 Svetlana Stevovic and Zarko Nestorovic IoT CHALANGES AND OPPORTUNITIES - A METAPERSPECTIVE OVERWIEV
99 Svetlana Stevovic and Zarko Nestorovic ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF BIG DATA IN MARKET DECISION MAKING
16 Zoran Nesic, Ivana Bulut Bogdanovic and Miroslav Radojicic An Approach for Analyzing Data in Social Networks
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Monday, 13.3.2017
13:30-15:00 Poster session 2: Software design and development

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

3 Miloš Simic, Novak Boškov, Aleksandar Kaplar and Igor Dejanovic Kronos : A DSL for scheduled tasks based on textX
7 Nikola Nikolic, Goran Savic and Branko Milosavljevic E-Course generator based on ontology of accreditation documents
14 Aleksandar Pejakovic, Milan Segedinac and Goran Savic Generating educational courses by using ontologies and stream processing
38 Dejan Sredojevic, Milan Vidakovic, Mirjana Ivanovic and Dejan Mitrovic Extension of Agent-oriented Domain-specific language ALAS as a support to Distributed Non-Axiomatic Reasoning
40 Grega Jakus and Jaka Sodnik Improving performance of web applications
57 Milorad Filipovic, Arpad Fakaš, Tihomir Turzai, Gordana Milosavljevic and Amel Abdo Rapid prototyping of business information systems based on Django framework and Kroki mockup tool
24 Alen Suljkanovic, Stevan Gostojic, Igor Dejanovic and Sebastijan Kaplar Analysis of current languages for developing distributed systems
34 Ljubica Kazi, Zoltan Kazi, Dragica Radosav, Biljana Radulovic and Madhusudan Bhatt Mapping Elements of Business Process Model to Software Design: Educational Experiences
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Monday, 13.3.2017
17:00-18:30 Special Track: Model-driven data-intensive EIS

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

6 Dragos Repta, Ioan Dumitrache, Ioan Stefan Sacala, Mihnea Moisescu and Aurelian Mihai Stanescu Automated Process Recognition Architecture for Cyber-Physical Systems
29 Tamara Cešic, Nenad Anicic and Sladan Babarogic Supporting Adaptive Interoperability of Information Systems
56 Slađana Janković, Snežana Mladenović, Dušan Mladenović, Slavko Vesković and Draženko Glavić Big Data Analytics Integration in Traffic Geo-Application
71 Yongxin Liao, Hervé Panetto, Jean M. Simão and Paulo Stadzisz Ontology-based Mode-Driven patterns for Notification-Oriented data-intensive EIS
74 Igor Zečević and Petar Bjeljac Model Driven Development of Hybrid Databases
90 Blagoj Atanasovski, Miloš Bogdanović, Goran Velinov, Leonid Stoimenov, Dragan Sahpaski, Irena Skrceska, Margita Kon-Popovska, Dragan Janković and Boro Jakimovski Transforming an Enterprise E-Health System from Process Oriented to Model Driven Architecture
94 Nenad Stefanovic and Danijela Miloševic Model for Big Data Analytics in Supply Chain Management
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
9:00-10:30 Regular Track: Model-driven software engineering

Venue: Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel

5 Vladimir Balac and Milan Vidakovic A Model-Driven Approach to User-Specific Operations in the Development of Web Business Applications
22 Bojana Zoranovic, Lazar Nikolic, Rade Radisic, Gordana Milosavljevic and Igor Dejanovic GenAn – DSL for describing web application GUI based on TextX meta-language
23 Branko Terzic, Vladimir Dimitrieski, Slavica Kordic, Ivan Lukovic and Gordana Milosavljevic MicroBuilder: A Model-Driven Tool for the Specification of REST Microservice Architectures
25 Dragan Pršic and Aleksandar Vicovac Modelling of Control Logic for the Start-Up Sequence of the Heat Pump
28 Lazar Nikolic, Bojana Zoranovic, Igor Dejanovic and Gordana Milosavljevic A framework for building component software in Python
54 Milica Poznanovic, Slavica Kordic, Jovana Vidakovic, Milan Celikovic and Sonja Ristic An Approach to Generating Specifications of a Database Schema for DBMSs based on XML Data Model
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
9:00-10:30 Special Track: Hydroinformatics, Session 1

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

27 Nemanja Branisavljevic, Dušan Prodanovic, Dragana Obradovic and Ivan Kovac MEASURED DATA QUALITY ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR HYRDROINFORMATICS SYSTEMS
32 Zeljko Vasilic, Milos Stanic and Dusan Prodanovic Topology Based Algorithm for Sectorisation of Water Distribution Network
33 Nikola Rosic, Nenad Jacimovic and Dušan Prodanovic Data assimilation for operational reservoir management on the Danube river
41 Nikola Milivojevic, Dejan Divac, Vladimir Milivojevic and Miljana Marinkovic Data quality exchange in service-oriented time series data management platform for hydropower systems
50 Milan Stojkovic A joint stochastic-deterministic model (cross-correlation transfer functions, artificial neural networks, polynomial regression) for monthly flow predictions
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
10:30-12:00 Regular Track: Next generation IS

Venue: Room Pančić 1, Grand Hotel

59 Milica Labus E-business Continuity Management in Insurance Sector
87 Valentina Nejkovic, Milorad Tosic and Filip Jelenkovic Ontologies framework for semantic driven code generation over testbed premises
11 Aleksandar Lebl, Vladimir Matic, Mladen Mileusnic, Dragan Mitic, Zarko Markov and Željka Tomic Influence of DTX Function on the Base Station Power Decrease in GSM Systems
47 J. Cecil, Sadiq Albuhamood and Aaron Cecil-Xavier A Next Generation Collaborative Framework for Micro Devices Assembly
65 Aleksandar Stanimirovic, Miloš Bogdanovic, Darko Puflovic, Milena Frtunic, Nikola Davidovic and Leonid Stoimenov Enterprise information system for automation of power theft detection and monitoring in power power utility companies
78 Aleksandar Lukić, Nikola Luburić and Milan Vidaković Development of multi-agent framework in JavaScript
101 Bojan Prlinčević, Zoran Milivojević, Stefan Panić and Zoran Veličković Performance of the SVDU Watermarking Algorithm
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
10:30-12:00 Special Track: Hydroinformatics, Session 2

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

52 Boban Stojanovic, Dusan Zivkovic, Filip Radovanovic, Vladimir Milivojevic and Dragana Obradovic Data assimilation in a distributed hydrological model of the Drina basin
53 Milos Blagojevic, Vladimir Bacanin, Dusan Stefanovic, Slavko Mitrovic, Tomislav Mrdja, Filip Tubic, Uros Stankovic, Janko Djuric and Boban Stojanovic Bridging the gap: Translating excellence in hydro-informatics through integrated data-management system
55 Milovan Milivojevic, Srdjan Obradovic, Slobodan Radovanovic, Boban Stojanovic and Nikola Milivojevic A methodology for statistical modeling of water losses and seepage in hydrotechnical objects
76 Blagoj Delipetrev and Mirjana Kocaleva A nested reinforcement learning algorithm for multipurpose reservoir optimization
92 Nenad Grujović, Vladimir Dunić, Dejan Divac and Snežana Vulović Hydropower dam numerical thermal model calibration methodology
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
12:00-13:30 Poster session 3: ICT Case studies

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

97 Svetlana Stevovic and Zarko Nestorovic HYDROINFORMATICS AS A BASE FOR HYDRO RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - POSSIBILITIES AND PROBLEMS
2 Gordana Rudic and Dragan Ivanovic Cataloguing dataset in Library Information Systems using the MARC 21 format
15 Dragan Ivanovic and Joel Azzopardi Integration of Automatic Recommendation Component into a Digital Library of PhD Dissertations from the University of Novi Sad
31 Zlata Radak and Nataša Gospic Reengineering current data collection of business customers
42 Valentin Penca, Siniša Nikolic and Dragan Ivanovic Mapping scheme from Invenio to CERIF
45 Marko Asanovic, Srdja Bjeladinovic and Natasa Gospic Business process model for implementation of Green IT in public sector
66 Mirjana Kranjac, Gordan Stojić, Uroš Sikimić and Srđan Tomić Structuring of goods flow database in transport supply chain
86 Matija Jekovec Redesigning a Helpdesk system for better User Experience
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
13:30-15:00 Poster session 4: Next generation ICT

Venue: Room Pančić 2, Grand Hotel

10 Dusan Jeremic, Milan Milosavljevic, Sanjin Milinkovic and Dusan Vujovic SIMULATION MODEL OF SUBURBAN PASSENGER TRAINS SERVICES ON UPGRADED RAILWAY LINE
61 Angelina Vujanovic, Nemanja Igic, Ivan Lukovic, Dusan Gajic and Vladimir Ivancevic A MICRO-SERVICE SYSTEM FOR UNIFIED COMMUNICATION OVER MULTIPLE SOCIAL NETWORKS
63 Dušan Gajic and Ðorde Manoilov A Performance Evaluation of Computing Singular Value Decomposition of Matrices on Central and Graphics Processing Units
72 Danijela Efnusheva, Ana Cholakoska and Aristotel Tentov Design of Reconfigurable Memory for Fast Network Packet Header Parsing
75 Pavel Kovač, Dragan Rodić, Marin Gostimirović, Borislav Savković and Dušan Ješić Adaptive neuro-fuzzy modeling of thermal voltage parameters for tool life assessment in face milling
89 Rajko Bulatovic, Zora Konjovic, Vuk Malbasa, Aleksandar Ivic and Djordje Obradovic Open data and machine learning techniques for inspection data analysis
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
15:30-17:00 Special Track: ICT for health,aging and well-being, Session 1

Venue: Room Pančić 3, Grand Hotel

4 Marcelo Rudek, Vinicius Biscolli Biasi, Osiris Canciglieri Junior and Anderson Szejka Formalization of a knowledge Base Applied to Dental Implants
12 Aleksandar Kaplar, Miloš Simic and Aleksandar Kovacevic Artificial General Intelligence Approach for Reasoning in Clinical Decision Support
13 Zhichao Zhang, Yuan Zhang and Anton Kos Computerized Radial Artery Pulse Signal Classification for Lung Cancer Detection
46 J. Cecil, Avinash Gupta, Parmesh Ramanathan and Miguel Pirela Cruz A Network Based Simulation Environment for Orthopaedic Surgery
83 Marko Simeonov, Nikola Korunović, Miroslav Trajanović and Milorad Mitković Sensitivity of selfdynamisable internal fixator to change of bar length and clamp distance
104 Dionysios Politis, Veljko Aleksić, Georgios Kyriafinis and Anastasios Klapanaras Augmenting Sonic Perception with Synaesthesia in terms of Neurocognitive and Physiological Factors
105 Jelena Mitic, Nikola Vitkovic, Miodrad Manic, Miroslav Trajanovic and Dragan Misic Personalized anatomically adjusted plate for fixation of human mandible condyle process
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Tuesday, 14.3.2017
17:00-18:30 Special Track: ICT for health,aging and well-being, Session 2

Venue: Room Pančić 3, Grand Hotel

30 Libin Jiao, Anton Kos, Hao Wu, Rongfang Bie and Anton Umek Contextual Spectrum Inpainting with Feature Learning and Context Losses
35 Klemen Trontelj, Tomaž Cegovnik, Erik Dovgan and Jaka Sodnik Evaluation of driving behavior in a motion-based driving simulator
39 Klemen Novak, Kristina Stojmenova, Grega Jakus and Jaka Sodnik Assessment of cognitive load through biometric monitoring
48 Anton Umek, Anton Kos and Sašo Tomažic Smart equipment design challenges for feedback support in sport and rehabilitation
60 Anton Kos and Anton Umek Selection of sensor networks for biofeedback systems in healthcare and sports
62 Aleksandra Ðukic, Jelena Maric and Tamara Radic EFFECT OF MOBILE HEALTH APPLICATIONS ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OUTDOOR SPACES
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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.

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Instructions for authors and presenters


How to present research work on ICIST regular session?

In attempt to avoid "run-and-gun" of the oral presentations, we invite you to hold on to the following presentation rules, to the best possible extent:

You will be allocated with max of 10 minutes for the oral presentation of your paper. In order to use it in the most efficient way, please follow the guidelines below:

  • Focus only on the work presented in this paper; avoid spending too much time on giving the credit to the project(s), labs and organizations that supported your work.
  • Your presentation should follow the structure of the typical research paper. Present motivation and research problem (question) on one slide, methodology on another, your solution on 1-2 slides, application (if any) on the last one.
  • Do not go into too much detail. Note that the key objective of your presentation is to disseminate your results. Hence, the others must UNDERSTAND those results.

How to present research work on ICIST e-poster session?

Since its beginning, ICIST conferences cherish the spirit of discussion and knowledge exchange. The poster sessions have been the best demonstration of this spirit, so far. In quite informal mood, all authors of the sessions will be invited to shortly present (max. 10 mins) their work, in front of their "e-poster".

Instead of a paper poster, each author of the abstracts accepted for e-poster presentation will have a laptop on their disposal, where by default, pdf version of the submitted abstract will be open. The authors will be invited to present it to the others. However, we strongly invite you to prepare a Powerpoint presentation (by taking into account guidelines above - for the authors of the regular tracks papers), or even install and demonstrate your software, tool, web app or method.


How to present and submit camera-ready paper?

Your extended abstract is accepted for presentation in one of the regular or e-poster tracks. What now?

First, prepare your presentation - use instructions above! Before the conference, you will be invited to submit the full paper which will undergo only technical evaluation, including use of language. If neccessary, you will be invited to make some changes and re-send it. Here are some guidelines for preparing the full paper:

  • For preparation of the full papers, download the template here.
  • Maximum number of pages is 6. We will tolerate longer papers only in the case of extensive, but justified use of figures.
  • After you prepare your full paper, send PDF file by email to address icist2017fullpapers@eventiotic.com. The name of PDF file should be in the form: [your_paper_id].pdf. Full paper should be sent from the email address of the corresponding author, as used in easychair platform.
  • Full papers MUST be submitted by April, 15th, 2017. Please, respect this deadline - papers submitted afterwards will NOT be published in ICIST online repository, nor book of proceedings.

Contacts

Registration and conference logistics: office AT yuinfo.org

Accommodation and transfer: SMART Travel, office AT smart-travel.rs, +381 11 308 66 94

Scientific programme: Milan Zdravković, milan.zdravkovic AT gmail.com