Special Issue "Selected Papers from the INSCI2019: Internet Science 2019"
A special issue of Future Internet (ISSN 1999-5903).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2020) | Viewed by 23040
Interests: complex systems; network dynamics; social and cognitive models; Internet-mediated relationships
Interests: His main research interests are cognitive and social psychology, social cognition, sociophysics, and virtual social dynamics. Moreover he adopts an approach based on complex systems science to model psychological and social systems
This issue is dedicated to the contains extended versions of selected papers from the 6th International Conference “Internet Science”, INSCI 2019, Perpignan, France, December 2–5, 2019.
Internet Science constitutes a very broad concept that includes the technical parts concerning protocols and connections, but also the contents and applications, and, more importantly, the people. The Internet is changing our lives, and therefore many crucial questions have arisen: How do people behave on the Internet? Are they changing their lifestyle and how? Can the Internet promote sustainability, cooperation, and collective intelligence? Can it support open democracy and policy making? How can awareness of possibilities and dangers of the Internet be promoted? What about topics like intellectual properties, privacy, reputation, and participation? What are the juridical aspect of the Internet? What about arts and humanities in general?
INSCI 2019 aimed at providing a good opportunity to bridge the academic and industrial communities in northern and southern countries in order to converge to a noble idea of the role that the Internet should play. The theme, “The Internet and Geopolitical Crossroads,” dealt with the development of practices, platforms, and communication channels to promote the integration of southern European, Mediterranean, African, and Latin American countries in a peaceful world.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Responsible Research and Innovation
- Transnational, and Inter-Cultural Projects
- Environment and Climate Change
- Smart Environments
- Distance Education and Learning
- Platforms, Applications and Practices for Sustainability, Resilience, Pollution Control, Health and Life Quality, Integration,
- Open Science and access to Scientific Production
- Open Education
- Open Data: Issues, Services and Solutions
- Big Data and Privacy
- Citizen Participation,
- Citizen Science,
- Science Shops
- Algorithms and computation
- Reinforcement Algorithms and Machine Learning
- Intelligent Systems
- Graph Based Algorithms
- Algorithms for mediation content
- Green Computing
- Cloud, Grid and Cluster Computing
- Network Design and Architecture
- Networking and Communication Protocols
- Wireless Systems and Applications
- Social Networks,
- Network Complexity
- Dark Web
- Information Fusion
- Smart cities
- Social analysis, modelling and media
- Online Human Behaviour
- Reputation and Trust Analysis in Social Media
- Efficient Algorithms for Social Computation
- Social Simulations
- Business, Finance and Management
Prof. Dr. Franco Bagnoli
Dr. Andrea Guazzini
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- Social Aspects of Internet
- Cognitive dynamics
- Internet-Mediated Communication
- Information Diffusion and Processing
- Data Gathering, Management and Protection
- Health and Well-being