The International Symposium on Programming and Systems (ISPS) is a biennial event that aims to bring together leading practitioners, academic scientists, researchers and research scholars in computer science to exchange and share their experiences and research results in various areas of the field. To catch up with the development pace of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and their use to improve the lives of people, the 13th edition of ISPS will focus on opportunities, challenges, case studies and future trends of e-governance in the era of digital smart cities and next generation computing ecosystem. By “digital city” we are referring to a connected community that combines a communication infrastructure, virtual environments and innovative services to meet the needs of good governance and sustainable national development. We solicit high-quality original papers covering the latest research and innovation in using cutting-edge ICT in e-governance. Papers from all viewpoints, including theory, practice, and experimentation, are welcome.
Call for paper
Topics of submission
e-Government: big data, cloud computing, cloud services, e-Administration, e-Assistance, e-Services, e-Defense for security and protection, geographical information systems, mobile government, policy issues security, privacy and ethics, smart government, IoT, m-Government, …
e-Democracy: electronic identity, identity management, electronic signature, e-Voting, public key infrastructure, security, social network participation, citizen democracy,
e-Society: collaborative learning, data and opinion mining, e-Education, smart cities, Web-based Learning Communities, citizen learning, smart territory, social e-Innovation, …
e-Health: e-Health services, e-Medicine, e-Health policy and practice, e-Healthcare strategies and provision, home care, mobile emergency, medical research ethics, patient privacy and confidentiality, tele-monitoring, wireless telemedicine, universal health-id, health-app, …
e-Governance: business process reengineering, decision support systems, IT governance, knowledge management, participatory governance, performance management, public sector innovation, public sector innovation management, public sector innovation transfer, transparency and accountability, open governance, city OS, ...