Program Committee

Track 1: Cyber Data, Information, and Knowledge Computing

  • Knowledge extraction and management
  • Parallel and distributed data management
  • Semantic web and ontology modeling
  • Semi- / un-structured cyberdata extraction and computing
  • Endpoint monitoring, user and entity Analysis
  • Big data computing and analytics
  • Cyber knowledge computing in cloud / edge / fog computing
  • Knowledge representation and reasoning
Richard Hill, University of Huddersfield, UK ( R.Hill[AT] )
Farhan Ahmad, University of Derby, UK (f.ahmad[AT] )

Track 2: Cyber and Cyber-enabled Intelligence

  • MEMS, NEMS, Micro and Biometric Devices
  • Interaction with smart objects and devices
  • Web analytics and security incident response
  • Social network interaction and intelligence
  • Data mining platforms for cyberspace
  • Artificial intelligence for cyberspace
  • Cyber behavioral analytics and profiling
Octavio Loyola-González, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico ( octavioloyola[AT] )

Track 3: Data Exchange, Pricing and Trust

  • Big data exchange and trading
  • Security, privacy and trustworthiness
  • Blockchain for cybersecurity operations
  • Blockchain in smart contracts
  • Digital trust and reputation
Qi Zhang, IBM T J Watson, USA ( Q.Zhang[AT] )

Track 4: Smart/Green Convergence on Communication, Computing and Caching

  • Big data ecosystems
  • Lowering latency and low energy network protocols,
  • IoT networking and communication architectures and protocols
  • Big / smart data applications
  • Multisensor data fusion
  • Web information quality and fusion
  • Streams, complex event processing
  • Organized and collaborative maps and networks
Cuneyt Gurcan Akcora, University of Texas at Dallas, USA ( cuneyt.akcora[AT]
TPC Member:
Chunsheng Zhu, Southern University of Science and Technology, China

Track 5: Open Tools, Platform and Service for Cyber Data and Intelligence

  • Smart applications / services (e.g. smart healthcare / city)
  • Programming models for smart systems
  • Intelligent services and architectures for smart systems
  • Cognitive computing in ubiquitous systems
  • Big data tools, platforms and services in ubiquitous systems
  • Situation / context-aware network applications
Constantinos Patsakis, University of Piraeus, Greece ( kpatsak[AT] )

Track 6: Security, Privacy and Social Aspects

  • Wireless and sensor network security
  • Access control
  • Smart public safety and security
  • Cyberspace security, privacy and trust
  • Intelligent environmental protection
  • Autonomous healthcare and assistance
  • Privacy and security of sensitive data (e.g. healthcare data)
Giancarlo Fortino, University of Calabria, Italy ( g.fortino[AT] )