15–18 September 2024, Valencia, Spain
The 21st International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering

The CDVE2024 will be held in Valencia, Spain. It will be organized by Technique University, Valencia, for September 15–18, 2024. See for more details.

The prestigious CDVE conferences are a unique hubs for experts, researchers, developers, and practitioners in cooperative design, visualization, engineering, and other cooperative application areas. At conferences, our international authors attend from over 20 countries across all continents. CDVE conferences are also renowned for their range of vibrant social activities.

The proceedings of CDVE2024 will be published by LNCS—Lecture Notes in Computer Science by Springer Nature. It will be indexed by the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), part of Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science, EI Engineering Index (Compendex and Inspec databases), ACM Digital Library, DBLP, Google Scholar, IO-Port, MathSciNet, Scopus, Zentralblatt MATH, etc. Selected papers will be invited to fully expand, to be considered in SCI-indexed journals including MDPI’s Electronics.

The topics of CDVE are included, but not limited to the following:

Cooperative design (CD)

  • Multiple user, multiple location collaborative design applications;
  • Concurrent design, collaborative editing, real-time user interactions;
  • Cooperative user experience (UX) design;
  • Demonstrating feasibility and applicability in CD;
  • Multi-modal-interface design such as cooperative design using interactive tabletops and surfaces, etc.

Cooperative visualization (CV)

  • System architecture, prototypes, user interfaces for CV: web applications, textual and multimedia 2D, 3D desktop interfaces, 3D virtual world environments, and multiple user-embedded systems;
  • Visualization for multiple users, multiple locations, concurrent visualization;
  • Cooperative visual analytics and communication;
  • Large scale, big data storage, access, exploration, and manipulation, for cooperative visualization;
  • Multi-resolution and other efficient computer graphics, visualization algorithms for cooperative visualization.

Cooperative engineering (CE)

  • Collaborative process planning, scheduling, control, conformance testing and interoperability checking, cooperative decision making;
  • Human–machine interfaces, frameworks, reference models, architectures, tools and systems for CE;
  • Concurrent prototyping, manufacturing, and engineering;
  • Concurrent process modeling, product modeling, reference models, business models, data representations, and standards;
  • Integration and interoperability, intelligent infrastructures and automated methods for integrating systems, multi-level integration, enterprise integration.

Cooperative applications (CA)

  • Human–computer interface for cooperative working;
  • Cooperation between humans and autonomous systems;
  • Social networks;
  • Crowd sourcing;
  • Collective intelligence;
  • Cooperative learning, multi-modal learning;
  • Multiple-user gaming;
  • Multiple-platform payment systems;
  • Multimodal user interface for cooperation;
  • Cooperative decision making;
  • Cooperative Internet of Things (IoT);
  • Nano-networks, nano-communication, nano-sensors;
  • Collaborative information seeking;
  • Information integration in sensor networks;
  • Collaborations in emergency response and disaster management;
  • Collaborative mobile systems, group interaction in mobile systems and mobility communities;
  • Collaborative simulation;
  • Collaborative robots and human–robot interaction, social robots;
  • Collaboration technologies and systems for healthcare;
  • Web based cooperation tools, cooperative web design such as Wiki's;
  • Cooperative service-oriented applications;
  • Other cooperative applications.

Basic theories, methods and technologies that support CDVE (BT)

  • Modeling of group behavior;
  • Distributed systems, grid systems, real-time systems, groupware;
  • Cooperation issues in metaverse, digital twins;
  • Cloud computing, edge computing for cooperative work;
  • Fog computing for cooperative storage, cooperative working;
  • Big data processing, fusion;
  • Multi-sensor data processing, fusion;
  • Neural networks for CDVE;
  • Block chains, distributed ledger technology;
  • Algorithms, architectures, frameworks, platforms for CDVE;
  • Data consistency, concurrent processing, middle ware;
  • Agent-based methods, conversational agents, hybrid conversational agents combining human and machine intelligence (cooperative CAs);
  • Collaborative and multi-mode working environment;
  • Design patterns, re-usability and component-based methods;
  • Communication, transport, application protocols for CDVE;
  • Internet computing, web environment for collaborative working;
  • Knowledge management, information systems, large databases, data mining;
  • Semantic technologies for information-integrated collaboration;
  • Ontology for information sharing, cooperative applications;
  • Security for CDVE;
  • Human–machine interaction for CDVE;
  • Artificial Intelligence for CDVE.

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