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Collaboration in the organisation of the international conference ARTIIS (Technology, Information, Innovation & Sustainability)

posted Mar 2, 2021, 5:12 AM by José María DÍAZ NAFRÍA   [ updated Mar 2, 2021, 5:16 AM ]
glossaLAB consortium -and BITrum among them- 
are collaborating with the organisation of ARTIIS international conference, whose physical headquarters are in Santa Elena (Ecuador), but actually will take place online. The congress will serve, among other things, as an opportunity to complete some of the objectives of the glossaLAB project, on which we have been working for a long time and, as you know, it is - to a substantial extent - a continuation of the conceptual clarification that was forged in the glossariumBITri.

Of course, you are cordially invited to the congress, but besides we kindly ask you to help us in its dissemination.
The International Conference on Advanced Research in Technologies, Information, Innovation and Sustainability (ARTIIS 2021), to be held between the 25th and 27th of November 2021.

ARTIIS, is an international forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, results, experiences, and concerns in the several perspectives of Technologies, Information, Innovation, and Sustainability.

New digital evolution and transformation trends, are enabling communication and ubiquitous computing between global citizens, industry, organizations, networked machines and physical objects, providing a promising vision of the future integrating the real world of knowledge agents and things with the virtual world of information.

The current reality and the future of computing and communications, are supported by a dynamical technological evolution in many fields, from wireless sensors, wireless sensor networks, to nanotechnology,

Due to its broad impact in many fields, it has rapidly gained global attention from academia, governments, industry and citizenship. This change in the network of agency profoundly modifies the landscape of human activity, particularly as regards knowledge acquisition and production, offering new possibilities but also challenges that need to be explored and assessed.

It is planned to publish the proceedings with Springer in their Communications in Computer and Information Science series (CCIS) with Springer (final approval pending).

Call for Papers (CfP)