The Infonomics Society

The Infonomics Society and the IEEE UK/RI Computer Chapter are sponsoring the i-Society conference which will be held October 10-13, 2016 in Dublin. Unfortunately, I will be en route to Bucharest at that time, but others may be interested.

“The mission of i-Society 2016 conference is to provide opportunities for collaboration of professionals and researchers to share existing and generate new knowledge in the field of information society. The conference encapsulates the concept of interdisciplinary science that studies the societal and technological dimensions of knowledge evolution in digital society. The i-Society bridges the gap between academia and industry with regards to research collaboration and awareness of current development in secure information management in the digital society. The i-Society 2016 themes are Cyber Security and Internet of Things (IoT).”

iji1-232x300The Infonomics Society also publishes a journal of interest, Infonomics:
“The paper published in the IJI addresses the boundary issues between societal and technological dimensions of knowledge evolution, which leads to the concept of infonomics.”¬†

“The scope of the IJI encompasses all aspects of the e-society (information economics, security, etc.) as well as cross-disciplinary topics and advanced applications. The paper submissions, peer review process and publications in the IJI are free (no fees apply). Authors retain the publishing rights without restrictions.”

 
The areas of interest to the journal are wide, including:

  • Advances in Encryption
  • Digital Cities
  • Digital Intellectual Property Rights
  • e-Art
  • e-Business Ethics
  • e-Commerce and Management
  • e-Government
  • e-Health
  • e-Intelligence
  • e-Learning (e-Education)
  • e-Security and e-Risk
  • e-Tailing and e-Procurement
  • e-Society
  • Enterprise Resource Models
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Globalisation and Developmental IT
  • Implications of Digital Convergence
  • Intelligent Data Management
  • Intelligent Organisations
  • Knowledge Data Engineering
  • Knowledge Economy
  • Knowledge Networks and Intelligent Agents
  • New Enabling Technologies
  • Regulating Distortions and Cyber Frauds
  • Secured Electronic Transactions
  • Smart City
  • Social Informatics

Mark Heyer

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