Description

The First Smart City and communities 2018 International conference (SCCIC 2018), and the first of such conference in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) aims on bringing together researchers from various disciplines in order to discuss and contribute to shape a new scientific and cultural paradigm for African cities and communities. We seek to gather in one hand high profiles scientists of Northen countries to share their experience about research on developing and managing Northern smart cities and communities. In the other hand we seek to gather high profiles scientists of Africa to get inspiration of their Northern colleagues in order to think about models for African smart cities and communities.

Call for paper

Important Dates

Draft paper submission deadline:2018-02-28

Draft paper acceptance notification:2018-03-30

Abstract submission deadline:2018-01-31

Final paper submission deadline:2018-05-31

Topics of submission

The First Smart City and communities 2018 International conference (SCCIC 2018), and the first of such conference in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) will include a highly selective program of technical papers, accompanied by workshops, demos, panel discussions and keynote speeches. We welcome high quality papers that describe original and unpublished research papers addressing the real issues, challenges and needs in building smart cities for now and future on the following technical areas of (but not limited to) smart cities and communities.

  • Smart mobility

  • Smart Home and Community

  • E-health Systems

  • Social Simulation and societal issues

  • Environment and Urban Monitoring

  • Green Network and Energy Efficiency

  • Smart Electronic Systems for Security

  • Civic engagement (government, health-care, sports, etc.)

  • Big Data for Urban Informatics

  • QoS and QoE of Smart City Systems, Applications and Services

  • Smart Sensor Technology and Measurement Systems

  • Entrepreneurship and new business models

  • Smart University and Smart Education

  • Application Scenarios and Real-world Deployments for Smart Cities

  • Smart City Governance

  • Energy sustainability

  • Internet of Things (IoT) and platforms for Smart Cities

  • Cloud Computing and Network Infrastructure for Smart Cities

  • Social Computing and Networks for Smart Cities

  • Embedded Computing and Networks for Smart Cities

  • Renewable energy sources

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Contact information

  • Ferdinand Guinko
  • tonguimferdinand@guinko.net

Sponsored By

  • IEEE