July 28, 2016
2016 IEEE International Conference on SIGNAL IMAGE TECHNOLOGY & INTERNET BASED SYSTEMS Track on Social Networks, Large Networks and their Applications (SLNA) Naples Italy, 28 November - 1 December 2016
Recently, social networks have grown rapidly in size and popularity.
The global internet population has witnessed a popular expansion to reach billions of users around the world. For connected users, social networks provide a most suitable space for sharing data, interacting with other users and forming communities with common interests.
Social networks have important impacts on today's society not only in terms of structure and dynamics, but also regarding scientific and technological aspects. Social networks raise new research challenges due to the numerous emerging needs and applications.
The focus of this track is on emerging and novel concepts, architectures and methodologies for social and more generally large networks analysis, tools and applications, including issues related to complex graphs, semantics, big data, and security.
The topics of interest for this track include, but are not limited to:
Submission and publication
The conference will include keynote addresses, tutorials, and regular and workshop sessions. SITIS'16 invites submission of high quality and original papers on the topics listed above.
All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers for technical merit, originality, significance and relevance to track topics. Papers must be up to 8 pages and follow IEEE double columns publication format. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings and published by IEEE Computer Society and referenced in IEEE explore and major indexes.
Journal special issue Extended version of selected accepted papers will be considered for publication in a major journal.
Paper Submission: September 6, 2016
Acceptance/Reject notification: October 7, 2016 Camera ready: October 20, 2016 Author registration: October 20, 2016
Ana Roxin, IEM Dept., University of Burgundy, France Alessandro Provetti, MIFT Dept., University of Messina, Italy Ernesto Damiani, University of Milan, Italy