EAI SmartGov 2021 will host a session for short papers (6-11 pages) to be presented as posters. Poster presentations are best suited to research in progress, emerging research challenges, future directions, and novel approaches which are as yet insufficient for a regular SmartGov paper submission.
- Smart governance foundations, models, frameworks, and principles for smart cities
- Wireless networking for smart cities
- Cybersecurity and privacy for smart cities
- Cloud/edge/fog computing for smart cities
- IoT and Cyber Physical Systems for smart cities
- Secure and Trustworthy Computing for smart cities
- Social media and urban awareness
- Blockchain for smart governance and smart cities
- Data and evidence-based policymaking
- Urban big data from heterogeneous sources
- AI and Machine Learning for secure and sustainable smart cities.
- Smart governance practices, dynamics, challenges, and trade-offs
- Alignment of city policies with social and environmental sustainability goals
- Governance of transformation processes
- Measurement and monitoring of smart governance process and outcomes.
- Smart governance-related case-studies and experience reports
- Citizen-centricity and citizen-driven solutions for smart cities
- Co-production and collaborative forms of service design and delivery
- Open governance, participatory decision making and accountability
- Urban innovation, new business models, legal and normative frameworks
- Impact of emerging technologies (e.g., AI, machine learning, blockchain, sensor networks, intelligent transportation systems)
All registered papers will be submitted for publishing by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library.
Papers should be submitted through EAI ‘Confy+‘ system, and have to comply with the Springer format (see Author’s kit section).