[Air-L] Fw: 5th ITU Kaleidoscope academic conference - Building Sustainable Communities - Call for Papers

Robert Rattle robert14robert at yahoo.ca
Sun Jul 22 09:02:39 PDT 2012


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--- On Fri, 7/20/12, Diaz Batanero, Jose Maria <jose.batanero at itu.int> wrote:

From: Diaz Batanero, Jose Maria <jose.batanero at itu.int>
Subject: 5th ITU Kaleidoscope academic conference - Building Sustainable Communities - Call for Papers
To: "Sustainable Development Announcement List" <uncsd-l at lists.iisd.ca>
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The 5th
ITU Kaleidoscope academic conference 
Building Sustainable Communities 
22–24 April 2013, Kyoto, Japan 
Call for Papers 
Deadline: 10 September 2012 
   
The ITU Kaleidoscope 2013 Building Sustainable Communities − is the fifth in a series of peer-reviewed academic conferences organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) that brings together a wide range of views from
 universities, industry and research institutions of different fields. The aim of Kaleidoscope conferences is to identify emerging developments in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at an early stage to generate successful products and services
 through the development of international and open standards. 
   
Future technologies should be designed to enhance the quality of human life.
 
   
ITU Kaleidoscope 2013 will, therefore, highlight multidisciplinary aspects of future ICTs including future services and applications demand as well as socio-economic, cultural, ethical, legal, and sustainable development policy aspects
 of communities of the future.  
   
ICTs can be used as a catalyst for transforming life to meet the challenges of the new millennium, including global economic and financial crises, high unemployment rates, accessibility issues, global diseases, food availability and distribution,
 climate change, environmental disasters, energy consumption, transport systems, safety, security, and welfare. 
   
Sustainable communities will combine human-oriented technologies and human values. 
   
Besides technical issues, building sustainable communities also raises ethical concerns such as responsibility for future generations and for the environment, as well as for data and information privacy. Therefore, an improved understanding
 of technology, its suitable application, and a high consideration of its potential consequences are necessary. 
   
To address these issues, and for a co-evolution of technology and sustainable communities, standards are indispensable. Developing these standards will require concerted global efforts by inter-sectoral stakeholders. This conference will
 help to further such collaborations.  
   
Building Sustainable Communities − is calling for original academic papers offering innovative and bold approaches in research and development to build smart, ethical, and sustainable communities.
 
   
Audience 
Kaleidoscope 2013 is targeted at all specialists with a role in the field, including researchers, academics, students, engineers, policy-makers and regulators, innovators and futurists from all 
over the world. 
   
Date and venue 
22–24 April 2013, Kyoto, Japan 
   
Submission of papers 
Prospective authors, from countries that are members of ITU, are invited to submit complete, original papers with a maximum length of 4,500 words within eight pages including summary and references, using the template available on the event
 website. All papers will be reviewed through a double-blind, peer-review process and handled electronically; see
http://itu-kaleidoscope.org/2013 for the online submission (EDAS). Paper proposals will be evaluated according to content, originality, clarity, relevance to the conference’s theme and in particular significance
 to future standards.  
   
Deadlines 
Submission of full paper proposals: Mon 10 Sept 2012 
Notification of paper acceptance: Mon 12 Nov 2012 
Submission of camera-ready accepted papers: Mon 3 Dec 2012 
   
Publication and presentation 
Accepted papers will be presented during the event and published in the proceedings and in IEEE Xplore. The best papers will be evaluated for potential publication in IEEE Communications 
Magazine. In addition, selected papers will be considered for publication in the International Journal of Technology Marketing or the International Journal of IT Standards & Standardization 
Research. 
   
Awards 
Awards of USD 5k, 3k and 2k will be granted to selected best papers, as judged by the Steering and Technical Programme Committees. In addition, young authors presenting accepted papers will receive a Young Author Recognition certificate. 
   
Steering Committee 

·        
Christoph Dosch (ITU-R Study Group 6 Chairman; IRT GmbH, DE)
 

·        
Roch Glitho (Concordia University, CA)
 

·        
Kai Jakobs (RWTH Aachen University, DE) 
 

·        
Mostafa Hashem Sherif (AT&T, US)
 

·        
Alfredo Terzoli (Rhodes University, ZA) 
   
Host Committee 

·        
Chairman: Tatsuro Takahashi (Kyoto University, JP) 

·        
Tohru Asami (University of Tokyo, JP)
 

·        
Yoshikazu Ikeda (Otani University, JP) 

·        
Yasuyuki Koga (NICT, Japan) 

·        
Yoichi Maeda (TTC, JP)
 

·        
Mitsuji Matsumoto (Waseda University, JP)
 

·        
Tetsutaro Uehara (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication, JP) 
   
Technical Programme Committee 
Chairman: Kai Jakobs (RWTH Aachen University, DE) 
The Programme Committee is composed of over 100 subject matter experts worldwide. Details are available at
http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/uni/kaleidoscope/2013/progcom.html 
   
Keywords 
Information and communication technologies (ICTs), human-oriented technologies, technological innovation, standardization, ambient intelligence, ubiquitous networks, internet of things, M2M, e-applications, information society, ethics,
 sustainability, environment. 
   
For additional information 
Additional information is available on the conference website:
http://itu-kaleidoscope.org/2013 
Inquiries should be addressed to 
kaleidoscope at itu.int 
   
Suggested (non-exclusive) list of topics 
   
Track 1: Technology and architecture evolution 
• Long distance and ultra-high-speed transmission network systems (terabit, exabit) 
• Disaster relief systems, network resilience and recovery 
• Wireless sensor networks 
• Optical wireless communication  
• Human-centric, cognitive and context-aware systems 
• Machine-to-machine communication and Internet of Things 
• Body-area networks 
• Near-field communications 
• Environmental and biometric actuators and sensors 
• Security and privacy-enhancing technologies 
• Pervasive and trusted network and service infrastructure 
• Mobility and nomadicity 
• Adaptive antenna techniques 
   
Track 2: ICT applications and services for sustainable communities 
• e-government and e-democracy 
• e-learning and e-science 
• e-agriculture 
• e-health and telemedicine 
• Ageing and ambient assistive living 
• Smart cities: utilities, transport, buildings and homes 
• Innovative applications and content delivery (IPTV, games, etc.) 
• Mobile payment and money transfer 
• Augmented reality and technology intelligence 
• Location-based services 
• Service layer requirements 
• XaaS (Anything as a Service) 
• QoS for differentiated source 
• Location services 
   
Track 3: Social, economic and policy aspects of ICT in sustainable communities
 
• Digital rights and identity management 
• Societal impact 
• Legislative and regulatory frameworks 
• Security, confidentiality and privacy 
• Accessibility and usability 
• Business models (including accounting, billing and charging) 
• Standardization models 
• Network neutrality 
• Inclusiveness, affordability and equal access 
• Internationalization and localization 
• Environmental sustainability 
• Ethical issues 
• Regulation (for QoS, network sharing, etc.) 
• Standardization and innovation management 
• Stakeholder perceptions in standards 
• Standards in healthcare services 



			
				
					
						
					
				
				
					
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