SSSCC 2019 : European Smart Sustainable and Safe Cities Conference 2019
Call For Papers
WELCOME TO THE SSSCC 2019
EUROPEAN SMART SUSTAINABLE AND SAFE CITIES CONFERENCE
February 7 - 8, 2019 Budapest, HUNGARY
The year 2019 marks the 4th anniversary of this important conference series.
Everybody is welcome to register and participate at the SSSCC 2019 conference. Come join us in Hungary! See You Budapest!
SSSCC 2019 abstracts in digital Proceedings
All abstracts submitted to the conference will be published in the peer-reviewed digital Proceedings. The maximum length of the abstract is 1 page. Proceedings will be published on-line in Open Access with an ISBN number.
Submissions are managed through the SSSCC system. The paper submission process consists of two stages.
Abstract submission: you need to create a new submission in the SSSCC system without full paper text. Abstracts shall be no more than 15 lines.
Format of the abstract: http://ewh.ieee.org/r2/wash_nova/mags/ieeeimagine/abstract_template.html
Full paper submission: you add a full paper in DOCX format to the submission. The papers submitted should contain original unpublished results in Conference/journal topics fields. The papers should not exceed 6 pages.
Format of the full paper: http://indecs.eu/index.php?s=manus
The deadline for submitting papers is December 15, 2018. After that, we cannot guarantee sufficient time to review submissions. Please plan to submit your paper by the deadline to avoid the possibility that there will be insufficient time to consider your submission. Please submit your papers via our submission system at: SSSCC system.
Abstract registration deadline: November 11, 2018
Deadline for Abstract Acceptance/rejection: December 2, 2018
Authors registration: December 15, 2018
Deadline for papers submission: December 15, 2018
Notification to Authors: January 15, 2019
Final submission: January 27, 2019
List of Topics
The conference will provide an excellent platform on research field of smart sustainable and safe cities for knowledge exchange between researchers, scientists, academicians and engineers working in the areas listed here (but not limited):
Technologies for smart cities
Smart cities management
Cyber physical systems
Algorithms, agents, simulation and prediction, software engineering
Best practices for smart cities transformation
RFID based control system for smart city transportation
Intelligent transportation systems and technologies
Self Driving Cars
Computer-based systems for smart cities
Intelligent computing systems
Robotics applications in smart cities
Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space
Robot System Integration in Human Life
Human Centered Systems
Swarm Robotics, Cloud Robotics
Autonomous Unmanned Air Vehicles
Intelligent manufacturing and automation
Applications of artificial intelligence in smart cities
Sensors, networks, smart and emerging technologies
Smart city system security and privacy
Urban computing for smart cities
Smart city big data and open data
Smart city sensing and Internet of Things
City environment monitoring and analysis
City emergency management and infrastructures
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Control network and SCADA security
Smart cities are energy efficient cities
Smart Materials and systems for smart cities
Network & communication technologies
Signal & image processing
Trusted computing & secure systems
Zoltán Rajnai, Óbuda University, Hungary
László Barna Iantovics, Petru Maior University, Romania
Tihomir Latinovic, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Hercegovina
Dalibor Dobrilovic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Francesco Flammini, Linnaeus University, Sweden
György Schuster, Óbuda University, Hungary
István Vajda, Óbuda University, Hungary
István Biró, University of Szeged, Hungary
Livia Cvetityanin, Óbuda University, Hungary
Kornélia Lazányi, Óbuda University, Hungary
Tünde Kovács, Óbuda University, Hungary
Zsolt Temesvári, Óbuda University, Hungary
Lucia Figuli, University of Žilina, Slovakia
Mihály Lados, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Sándor Tihamér Brassai, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania
Dániel Tokody, Óbuda University, Hungary
Zoltánné Tokodi, Óbuda University, Hungary
Gyula Mester, Óbuda University, Hungary
Tünde Kovács, Óbuda University, Hungary
Zoltán Nyikes, Óbuda University, Hungary
József Papp, Óbuda University, Hungary
László Ady, Óbuda University, Hungary
Attila Albini, Óbuda University, Hungary
Title: Sustainable Solutions in Smart Management of Natural Resources and Environmental Risks in Urban and Suburban Areas of Future Cities.
Subtitle: Energy Sustainable Cities, Smart Land Management, Remote Surveillance by Mobile Robot-Sensor Networks.
Title: Nonlinear positive system application to control the smart city
Vladimir A. Katić
Title: Sustainable energy technologies for smart cities
Selected papers will appear in the scientific journal:
INTERDISCIPLINARY DESCRIPTION OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Indexed in: http://mjl.clarivate.com/cgi-bin/jrnlst/jlresults.cgi?PC=MASTER&Full=Interdisciplinary%20Description%20of%20Complex%20Systems
Óbuda University, 1084. Budapest, Tavaszmező u. 15-17
For more information please take a look at the SSSCC 2019 home page: https://ssscc.hu/
If you have any general questions, please send an email to Dániel Tokody, email@example.com
For questions related to the review process, please contact us directly at email addresses given.
Thank you very much for your help and support.
Hungarian Association of Ph.D. and DLA Students (DOSZ)
Hungarian Academy of Engineering (HAE)
LDSZ Vagyonvédelmi Kft.
Biztonságos és Élhető Városokért Egyesület