[open-sustainability] EnviroInfo 2016, session track: New Internet services and technologies for environmental applications and energy infrastructures
j.townsend at soton.ac.uk
Mon Mar 7 12:57:41 UTC 2016
> EnviroInfo 2016 conference
> September 14 -16, 2016 at HTW Berlin, http://enviroinfo2016.org/ <http://enviroinfo2016.org/>
> Dear colleagues,
> Within the EnviroInfo 2016 conference, the research area “New Internet services and technologies for environmental applications and energy infrastructures” will be a focal topic.
> The topic includes but is not limited to:
> Use of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, smart infrastructures and sensor networks in the application fields of environmental protection, sustainability, renewable energy and energy efficiency
> Service and microservice oriented architectures, cloud computing and big data applications for environmental sustainability
> Information provision (including provision for the public), new software architectures and new software systems using IoT, big data or other new Internet technologies and services in the application area
> Environmental monitoring networks and mobile data acquisition
> The focal topic will be addressed in a corresponding session track. The objective of these sessions is to present and discuss new developments and trends in the thematic field. The sessions aim at providing an overview about new research and developments in the area and to discuss with software developers and users possible synergistic effects.
> Deadline for submission of full scientific papers is March 31, 2016. These papers shall be published in a Springer book or a journal. For work in progress, short contributions and posters (published with ISBN or ISSN or in the book of abstracts), the submission deadline is July 15, 2016. For more information about contributions to the conference and important dates seehttp://enviroinfo2016.org/participation/contributions/ <http://enviroinfo2016.org/participation/contributions/>.
> Please send your paper or abstract in time to the conference organizers.
> Best regards
> Clemens Düpmeier, Werner Geiger
> Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
> Institute for Applied Computer Science (IAI)
> clemens.duepmeier at kit.edu <mailto:clemens.duepmeier at kit.edu>, werner.geiger at kit.edu <mailto:werner.geiger at kit.edu>
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