The aim of the Conference is to be the interface of researchers involved in the development and application of methods and techniques in the field of information and intelligent systems. The Conference program includes invited lectures by eminent international experts, contributed papers, poster sessions, special symposiums, workshops, roundtable discussions, hardware and software presentations and book exhibitions.
The special emphasis of this year's Conference is on "Networked Society".
Internet and corresponding networked ecosystems are influencing modern society in recent years in most disruptive way forming new socioeconomic paradigm – networked society. Networked society is much more than technology or simple use of web-based services. It is about the communication of humans, organizations and institutions in a seamless way based on common protocols, standards, vocabularies and semantics. It is the foundation for new business models, education paradigms and social interactions. In each of these domains, it triggers new approaches based on real time interaction and exchange of rich content.
On personal level, networked society paradigm fosters individual empowerment, global outreach and instant communication bringing us closer to our families and friends. It also brings new challenges like privacy protection, media manipulation and fake news. Public sector is opening its data giving rise to new business models and, at the same time, contributing to transparency fostering democracy. Business models have also been changed and we have industry transformations with new market dynamics. Industry 4.0 is just one prominent example of embracing networked technologies, artificial intelligence and robotics.
At the same time, we have to preserve intellectual sharpness and free thinkers capable of influencing direction of society. We also have to protect our planet and its ecosystems which requires interdisciplinary and overarching knowledge, policies and approach. All these aspects and many more should be integrated in comprehensive research efforts. CECIIS 2021 will bring prominent keynote speakers and researchers, who will give their perspective on networked society and its impact on us as humans, social beings, our working environments, our organizational forms and the way we (will) do business.
Submission deadline: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Proposals for Conference events and Conference tracks: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Notification of acceptance: Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Final papers: Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Registration deadline: Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Conference day 1: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Conference day 2: Thursday, October 14, 2021
Conference day 3: Friday, October 15, 2021
We are looking forward to exchanging ideas on how networked society affects the development of information systems, computer applications and consumer products as well as to investigate how societies change under these impacts!
- Computer Games
- Data and Knowledge Bases
- Education and Learning Analytics
- Emerging trends in ICT
- ICT Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Intelligent Information Systems
- Quality of Software and Services
- Software Engineering
- Strategic Planning and Decision making
CECIIS welcomes contributions from researchers related to the Conference aim and one or more Conference topics. Contributions can be submitted to the following sections:
- Research Tracks
- Student Poster and Presentation Section
- PhD Symposium
A camera-ready full paper of up to 8 pages should be prepared according to the Instructions for Authors and submitted following all the stages of the Paper Submission Process.
Compliant submissions will undergo a double-blind review process. Only the papers that are submitted on time, are reviewed positively and for which the registration fee is paid can be presented and published. Papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN and distributed at the Conference.
Selected papers will be invited to be extended and published in the Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences and European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning.
Best paper award and Best student paper award
One best, presented paper will be awarded and one best, presented paper where undergraduate or graduate student is the first author will be awarded.
Conference papers indexing
Conference Proceedings will be sent for indexing in: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), INSPEC, Proquest and WoS.