Important Dates

Submission Deadline: April 25th, 2012  May 6th, 2012 (Extended)
Notification of Acceptance: June 5th, 2012
Camera-ready Submission: July 6th, 2012
Registration: July 6th, 2012
Workshops and Main Conference Dates: September 19th-21st, 2012


Papers should be focused on past, current and emerging methods and/or use of data technologies with a particular focus to collective intelligence. For example: Data Stream, Click stream, Cloud Computing, Crowd Computing, Data Annotation, Data Architecture, Data Capture, Data Clustering/Partitioning, Data Discovery/Management, Data Grids, Data Integration, Data Management and Knowledge Engineering, Data Mashups, Data Query Systems and Languages, Data Push/Notification, Data Scheduling, Data/Text Mining, P2P, Reality Mining, Data Visualization, Emerging Applications, Emerging/Enabling Collaborative Data Technologies, Trust and Security, Web Science, Web 2.0, Ubiquitus Intelligence.

EIDWT-2012 is aiming at delivering a forum for in-depth scientific discussions amongst the communities leading to significant contributions in areas such as:

  • Critical Reviews on Theory and Practices in Collective Intelligence
  • User Communities/Virtual Organizational Structures and Dynamics
  • Ad-Hoc Social Networking Analysis, Business Intelligence
  • Self-organizing Systems and Networks
  • Self-adaptive Ant Colony, Swarm and Evolutionary Agents
  • Data/Text Mining, Reality Mining, Data Clustering, Graph Partitioning
  • Group-ware, Social Networks (Web 2.0)
  • Ontology Management, Semantic Web, Web Services, Multi-Agents
  • Meta-Data, Annotation, Intra-/Inter Tagging, Inference Engines, Reasoning
  • Architectures, Discovery, Retrieval, Scheduling, Allocation, Monitoring
  • Enabling Technologies (Grids, P2P, Cloud, Crowds, Mash-ups, etc)
  • Data Management, Data Growth, Storage, Implications
  • Web and Ubiquitous Intelligence, Reality Mining
  • Security, Trust and Reputation, Identity Management and Privacy
  • Languages, Components, Programs, Knowledge Portals and/or Applications
  • Developments or future concepts and frameworks in various settings including (but not limited to) construction industry, transportation and other control systems, sensors, smart spaces, disaster management and threat detection, bioinformatics, environmental control, energy consumption control, business, economics, supply-chain management, planning and operations, etc.

EIDWT-2012 Tracks

There are 12 tracks, being held in EIDWT-2012 International Conference:

  1. Social Networking and Mining
  2. Natural Inspired Computing for Collective Intelligence
  3. Groupware and Online Campuses
  4. Ontologies and Metadata Representation
  5. Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
  6. Security, Trust and Reputation
  7. Web Science and Business Intelligence
  8. Data Management and Information Retrieval
  9. Data Modelling, Visualisation and Represantation Tools
  10. Data Centers and Cloud Computing
  11. Management of Big Data in Clouds
  12. Ubiquitous Intelligence and Reality Mining

EIDWT-2012 Workshops

Submit a workshop proposal to the EIDWT-2012 workshop Co-Chairs.

  1. Second International Workshop on Situated Computing for Pervasive Environments (SCOPE-2012)
  2. Second International Workshop on the Service for Large Scale Distributed Systems (SeDiS-2012)
  3. The First Workshop on Migrating Legacy Applications to Service Oriented Systems (MILES-2012)
  4. The First International Workshop on Cybercrimes and Emerging Web Environments (CEWE-2012)
  5. International Workshop on Development and Implementation of New Systems and Tools (DINST-2012)
  6. International Workshop on Connecting Analyses of Learning across Levels and Modalities (C2ALM-2012)

Please visit the workshop links or the EIDWT-2012 Workshop page for more information.