Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts is closed!

  1. Machine Learning: statistics to neural networks, computer vision to natural language processing, outlier detection in the broader field of Machine Learning
  2. Cyber Security: embedded systems security, software security, physical attacks, security applications: secure metering, car security, health applications, multimedia, cryptography, privacy enhancing technologies, blockchain, privacy by design, multi-party computation
  3. Health: implant, sensors, in vivo/ in vitro, medical electrons, medical image analysis, bioinformatics
  4. Data Science: Exploratory data analysis, Data Mining, large-scale data management, stream and graph data management, Interactive data visualization, Descriptive statistics

And/ or within the following research communities:

  1. Advanced School for Computing and Imaging (ASCI): advanced parallel, distributed, embedded and real-time computer systems, data visualization, virtual reality, image, video and multimedia analytics
  2. Institute for Programming research and Algorithmics (IPA): cyber-physical systems, algorithmics of (big) data, software as data
  3. School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS): the human role, continuous change, sustainable innovation, information, knowledge, data
  4. PROGRESS – Embedded Systems: System and system design, Processing architectures, Tooling
  5. Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics and Sensors (SAFE): device, technology/materials, Sensors & actuators
  6. Program for Research on Integrated Systems and Circuits (ProRISC): design of analog, mixed signal and/or digital micro-electronic circuits, Radio-Frequency design, signal processing and their applications in the field of micro-electronic systems

Please note that submission for the above mentioned research schools and tracks is not limited to members only. The research schools of ASCI, IPA and SIKS will, in collaboration with the theme coordinators of Data Science and Machine Learning, work on the programming jointly.  

All abstracts must be submitted not later than 25 January 2017, 11:59 pm (CEST).

 

Each  abstract will be evaluated by the programme committee. The outcome of the evaluation:

 

  1. Poster presentation

Selection of applicants to submit and present a poster. You will be asked to provide a flash presentation on your poster.

 

  1. Research presentation

Selection of applicants to be invited as speaker to present their research and findings at the ICT.OPEN2017. Submission of abstract implies the intent of at least one author to register and attend the congress.

 

Please follow these instructions before submitting an abstract.

 

Guidelines submission

An abstract consists of max. 2 A4 pages and contains the following items:

  1. Abstract title
  2. Author listing (all authors, principal author first), postal address, telephone, e-mail address.
  3. Key words, list a maximum of five key words.
  4. Abstract text providing information about:
    • Purpose
    • Methods
    • Results
    • References

If you submit a recent publication, please indicate the submission details.

 

Instructions Easy Chair

Log in at Easy Chair or make an account.

1. New submission

2. Choose your theme and/ or research community (SAFE, ProRISC, PROGRESS, SIKS, IPA, ASCI)

3. Fill in the form

4. Upload paper and choose abstract only

5. Submit

You will receive a confirmation by e-mail

 

Looking forward to receiving your submission at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=open2017

 

Time Schedule

20 January 2017 – deadline submission abstracts

15 February 2017 -  notification of outcome evaluation abstracts

21-22 March 2017 – ICT.OPEN at De Flint Amersfoort

 

Questions? Please send an email to ict.open2017@nwo.nl