OnTheMove Federated Conferences and Workshops 2015 (OTM 2015)

Venue: Hotel Aldemar Amilia Mare Resort

Location: Kallithea, Greece

Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2015 / 8:00 am - (GMT +1:00 hours) End Date/Time: Oct 30, 2015 / 6:00 pm - (GMT +1:00 hours)
Abstract Submission Date: Jun 30, 2015
Paper Submission Date: Jul 06, 2015
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Description

This 14th edition of OnTheMove (OTM 2015) as before is a uniquely federated event composed of three interrelated yet complementary scientific conferences that together attempt to span a relevant range of the advanced research on, and cutting-edge development and application of, information handling and systems in the wider current context of ubiquitous distributed computing.  

For 2015 a number of broadly interacting themes have been identified; submissions w.r.t. these themes are encouraged therefore to carefully position themselves as these will likely be individually emphasized by the respective component conferences:      * Mobile aspects of secure computing in general as a basis for trusted use of Cloud-based IS    * Infrastructure and semantics for big data and the internet in general    * Role of community-driven, semantics-based business intelligence in cooperative IS    * Implementation and application of open innovation in ecosystems of organizations and enterprises

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Reni Koskinou
Kallithea
Greece
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Unlike mere multi-conferences these three federated conferences join in their respective approaches to advance the state of the art in science and industry, and have in common the rigorous scientific study of the inherently distributed, pervasive and ubiquitous nature of modern computing systems both physical and virtual.

The conferences also share at least three critical research vectors, yet typically cover them differently. They are (1) theory —e.g. study of underlying scientific formalisms; (2) linking to a conceptual level —e.g. meaningful methodology or semantic interpretation of issues; and (3) fundamental study of applicability for specific uses (e.g. proofs of concept, case studies and industrial best practices). Note all federated  events of OnTheMove, including its workshops, are expressions of the shared powerful effects of the technology- and application-pull created by the Web, it obviously being the world's most evident distributed computing environment. Contributions that describe, illustrate or exploit the emergent synergies are therefore especially welcome. The inevitable resulting “cross-pollination” is intentional and in fact stimulated. To help achieve this OnTheMove 2015 will as always offer a program of well-known and representative keynote speakers, that is open to all participants of all events. This includes participants of our parallel program of evolving incubator-style workshops that cover emerging areas related to the context at large of distributed IT and all its aspects and applications.   For 2015 a number of broadly interacting themes have been identified; submissions w.r.t. these themes are encouraged therefore to carefully position themselves as these will likely be individually emphasized by the respective component conferences:      * Mobile aspects of secure computing in general as a basis for trusted use of Cloud-based IS    * Infrastructure and semantics for big data and the internet in general    * Role of community-driven, semantics-based business intelligence in cooperative IS    * Implementation and application of open innovation in ecosystems of organizations and enterprises Furthermore, there is the recently added Industry Case Studies Program (ICSP), in which successful submitters may use OnTheMove as the forum for presenting cutting-edge applications of distributed computing, receiving analysis and critique by the attending scientific community. Selection of these short contributions (typically just 4 pages) is principally done on relevance and originality of approach rather than on scientific rigour.

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