dg.o 2018: TRACK 7. Smart Cities - Models and Platforms (Delft, Netherlands, May 30 - June 1, 2018)
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dg.o 2018: 19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research
Theme: Governance in the data age
Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands
30 May- 1 June, 2018 (Wednesday - Friday)

Email: dgo2018@easychair.org<mailto:dgo2018@easychair.org>
Twitter handle: #dgo2018

The Digital Government Society (DGS) announces the 19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research - dg.o 2018, with a theme "Governance in the data age". dg.o 2018 will be hosted by Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands from 30 May till 1 June, 2018. The dg.o conferences are an established forum for presentation, discussion, and demonstration of interdisciplinary research on digital government, political participation, civic engagement, technology innovation, applications, and practice. Each year the conference brings together scholars recognized for the interdisciplinary and innovative nature of their work, their contributions to theory (rigor) and practice (relevance), their focus on important and timely topics and the quality of their writing. The conference program combines:

TRACK 7. Smart Cities: Models and Platforms
Track chairs: 
Soon Ae Chun, City University of New York
Leonidas Anthopoulos, University of Applied Science (TEI) of Thessaly, Greece
Dongwook Kim, Seoul National University

The cities around the globe is leveraging linked and intertwined networks, Big and Open data and intelligent machines to design innovative and intelligent solutions to life in a city. The smart cities seek not only government operational efficiency but also better decision making and predictions to improve life of citizens, and to create better world via social good. Descriptions of research and development in smart cities policy models and technology innovations are welcome in the areas of energy, transportation, health, education, public safety, structures, natural environment, and business, as well as related issues of cybersecurity and privacy, community-based infrastructure resilience, urban informatics and governance. Topics include but are not limited to: 

Recommended Topics:
- Applications and collaborations based on the "internet of things"; 
- Smart sensors; 
- Big data analytics; 
- The Civic Technology Movement, and Intercity and intergovernmental collaborations; 
- Machine learning, AI and Robotics for cities and governments.

January 15, 2018: Papers are due
January 20, 2018: Workshops, tutorials, and panel proposals due
March 1, 2018: Application deadline for 2018 doctoral colloquium 
March 1, 2018: Notifications of acceptance
March 15, 2018: Posters and demo proposals due 
April 1, 2018: Poster/demo author notifications 
April 5, 2018: Camera-ready manuscripts due 
May 5, 2018: Early registration closes!


. Research papers (maximum of 10 pages) 
. Management, Case Study, or Policy papers (maximum of 6 pages) 
. Panel descriptions (maximum of 4 pages) 
. Posters (maximum of 2 pages) 
. System demonstrations (maximum of 2 pages) 
. Pre-Conference tutorial proposals (maximum of 2 pages) 
. Pre-Conference workshop proposals (maximum of 2 pages) 
. Doctoral colloquium application (maximum of 10 pages) 

Submission Site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dgo2018

Submissions must not exceed the maximum number of pages specified for each type of submission in camera-ready ACM Proceedings format (double column, single spaced pages). Please do not use page numbers. Paper titles should be on the first page of text, rather than on a separate cover page. 

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