Friday, February 24, 2012

Call for Papers: Smart Applications for Smart Cities: New Approaches to Innovation

The Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research is planning a special issue on Smart Applications for Smart Cities: New Approaches to Innovation.

Particular topics to be addressed might include, but are not limited to the following:

• User driven innovation facilitating participative urban development
• Innovation Labs facilitating urban planning, development and transformation
• Citizen participation in urban and regional planning and decision-making and governance
• Internet-enabled infrastructures, services and networked applications for smart cities
• Smart applications for innovation based on Internet of Things and Internet of Services paradigms
• Wireless sensor networks and smart sensor-based networked applications in urban areas
• Cloud computing, service models and smart city solutions enabling innovation
• Standardisation and open interfaces of smart city systems, platforms and applications
• Smart applications based on Semantic Web, Linked Data, Ontologies
• Infrastructures and applications for new public urban services such as water, energy, healthcare, environmental monitoring, traffic management, intelligent transportation, egovernment
• Smart grids for utility infrastructures and services in urban areas
• E-work and e-business applications
• Design, implementation and evaluation of smart applications
• Case studies of user driven innovation for smart(er) cities.

Important dates
- Full paper submission: 1 May 2012
- Notification of acceptance: 1 July 2012
- Revised submission: 1 August 2012
- Final acceptance notification: 15 August 2012
- Camera ready version of paper: 15 September 2012
- Publication: December 2012

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