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IASC – 2nd Workshop on Intelligent Applications in Smart Cities

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Aim and Scope:

Discussions about the future positive impact of AI in every day life have drown out discussions of the current accomplishments and future potential of AI in developing the smart cities of the future. Current cities are facing significant challenges in coping with an aging infrastructure, reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption, integrating renewables, enhancing health services, reducing traffic and diminishing ambient noise. AI have a transformational role to play in addressing these challenges, by enabling the integration of information technologies with the city physical assets ensuring greener, safer and more efficient urban environments.

 

 Nikolaos Bourbakis | Miltos Alamaniotis | George Tsihrintzis

Background and Goals

Aim and Scope: 

Discussions about the future positive impact of AI in every day life have drown out discussions of the current accomplishments and future potential of AI in developing the smart cities of the future. Current cities are facing significant challenges in coping with an aging infrastructure, reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption, integrating renewables, enhancing health services, reducing traffic and diminishing ambient noise. AI have a transformational role to play in addressing these challenges, by enabling the integration of information technologies with the city physical assets ensuring greener, safer and more efficient urban environments. In a smart city, it is expected that large amounts of data will be available about its operation at each particular time instance. In addition, its complexity, i.e. being a system comprised of numerous heterogeneous subsystems, mandates a high level of operational accuracy in order to be stable and reliable.
The scope of this workshop is to explore applications of artificial intelligence tools that find wide use in utilization and management of city assets and thus contributing in the autonomous, reliable and efficient operation of a smart city.

Topics of Interests

Topics of Interest (not limited to)

Smart Grids
Smart Energy Systems
Smart Healthcare
Smart Mobility
Cybersecurity for Smart Cities
Smart Cars
Smart Transportation
Smart Meters
Smart Sensors
Parameter Prediction and Forecasting
Big Data Mining in Cities
Monitoring and Surveillance Technologies
Control of Cyber-Physical Systems
Applications of Constraint Programming
Multi-Agent Simulation
Knowledge Representation in Asset Management
Smart Houses
Physical Asset Security

Call for Papers
Important Dates

Important Dates

Submission Deadline (extended):
June 15, 2018 (11.59pm EST (New York Time))

Decision Notification:
June 30, 2018 (with main IISA results)

Chairs

Workshop Chairs and Contact

Prof. Nikolaos Bourbakis, Wright State University, USA,
Email: nikolaos.bourbakis@wright.edu

Prof. Miltos Alamaniotis, Purdue University, USA,
Email: malamani@purdue.edu

Prof. George Tsihrintzis, University of Piraeus, Greece,
Email: gatsihrintzis@gmail.com

Program Committee
Instructions for Authors

Format instructions: Papers may be up to 5 pages using the IEEE template (i.e. use the link in the IISA submission tab).

Submission instructions: Please go to submission tab and follow the IISA-2018 link. Once you login into the site select the “Smart Cities Workshop”.

 

Special Issue on IJMSTR journal

A selection of best papers from this workshop will be published in the IJMSTR journal.