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2nd AFI 360° Conference Track on Future Internet (FI) Infrastructures and Enablers

May 23–25, 2017 | Toluca, Mexico

For PAPER SUBMISSION please go to Initial Submission

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

SCOPE

The 2nd International Conference on “Future Internet – Infrastructures and Enablers” (FINE2017) will be held under the EAI International Conference on Future Internet and Internet of Things Applications. FINE 2017 aims at progressing and advancing on topics of high relevance with Future Internet’s impact on technology, governance, and innovation. It focuses on the contribution and role of Future Internet on the current and emerging infrastructures which largely impact shaping of cities, communities, and governance. FINE 2017 builds on the fact that Future Internet testbeds and their flourishing Future Internet enablers have radically changed the ways of interacting, living and socializing. FINE 2017 aims at offering the ground at which scientific and technical discussion will progress among technology stakeholders, academia, governance and the society on all open and emerging issues with respect to Future Internet infrastructures and enablers which radically empower to deliver services and applications able to disrupt, transform and innovate.

TOPICS

FINE 2017 invites research papers presenting new results and highlighting on Future Internet concepts which touch cross-disciplinary topics and focus on challenging and provoking ideas. Its main objective is to allow an open and productive dialogue among all disciplines relevant which the Future Internet as a technical and active system which evolves driven by its infrastructural capacity and its applications enabling potential. Based on these goals, FINE 2017 welcomes all submissions that fall in these Future Internet (FI) domains and topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

  • FI based Smart Services and Applications
  • FI Infrastructures & Enabling Technologies
  • FI Context-Aware and dynamically personalized services and applications
  • FI Semantics and Social Concepts
  • FI and Social Networks Cross-Disciplines
  • FI enablers for Society and Innovation
  • FI enablers for Entrepreneurial Growth
  • FI for Identity, Trust and Privacy
  • FI Governance and Policies
  • FI Security and Resilience Aspects
  • FI Solutions for Sustainability
  • FI Societal Impacts
  • Linked Open Data in the FI: Architecture and Design Issues
  • (Auto-) Identification of Resources in the FI Architecture
  • Smart Cities and FI Testbeds
  • Agile and Smart Services in the FI Era
  • Design, Implementation, and Analysis of novel FI Platforms
  • Experimental Results and FI enablers capabilities
  • Securing the FI Infrastructure
  • Big Data and FI: Challenges, Limitations, and Implementations
  • Novel Network Analytics on the Future Internet
  • Collective Intelligence for FI Innovative Solutions

We invite both research papers presenting new results, and extended abstracts with provoking ideas and work-in-progress, shedding light on Future Internet from all involved disciplines and especially papers crossing rigid disciplines boundaries.

The conference will also host Workshops, industrial applications track, demos, and tutorials which will embrace and complete the main conference with blue-sky, disruptive and innovative ideas and practices.

PAPER SUBMISSION

Submissions must represent original work and papers should have not been published or been under review elsewhere. All submitted papers must:

  • be written in English and be submitted in PDF format;
  • contain author names, affiliations, and email addresses;
  • be formatted according to the Springer's LNICST format Proceedings template. Information about the Springer LNICST format can be found at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html;
  • Three to five keywords characterizing the paper should be indicated at the end of the abstract;
  • Paper submissions should accomplish the following extensions (including all text, figures, references and appendices);
  • Full papers: 6 – 12 pages
  • Short papers: 2 – 4 pages

Submissions not conforming to the LNICST format, and exceeding the submission pages limits or being obviously out of the scope of the conference, will be rejected without review.

For more details on PAPER SUBMISSION please go to Initial Submission

For more details on paper formating please go to Author's Kit

PUBLICATION

Accepted papers will be published in the FINE Conference Proceedings and will be submitted for publication by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes of ICST (LNICST).

The proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services: DBLPGoogle ScholarThomson Scientific ISI ProceedingsEI Elsevier Engineering IndexCrossRefScopus, as well as EAI's own EU Digital Library (EUDL).

A special issue of ACM/Springer MONET will be allocated for selected papers of FINE Conference. In addition, recommended authors will be considered for inclusion in the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Future Internet.