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ICT4SD 2013 - International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Sustainable Development (ICT4SD 2013)

Date2013-11-28 - 2013-11-30


VenueJakarta, Indonesia Indonesia



Topics/Call fo Papers

In this ever-changing world, where natural resources are limited and the population has been steadily increasing, sustainability is the key issue to keep and develop the quality of life of every one of us. At the same time, in this more and more globalized world, economic problems too often transforms and destroys regional and cultural heritages, which leads to cultural identity crises and to wider gaps between the wealth and the poor. This is another aspect of why sustainable development is needed. Concerning both aspects of sustainability, information and communication technology plays a crucial role, whose better employment contributes to the better world while whose wicked exploitation may lead to the catastrophy.
From the viewpoints of natural, human, and societal sustainability, the First International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Sustainable Development (ICT4SD 2013) invites submissions of new, original researches that relate to, and contribute to, the realization of a sustainable society where natural, human, and societal resources are in maximally effective use. The topics to be covered by ICT4SD 2013 will contain, but not limited to:
Information and communication systems for sustainable development
Resource-friendly control management and technologies
Green technology
ICT for Development in developing regions
Software engineering specific to developing regions
Globalization and regionarization concerning ICT for sustainable development
Innovative social networking and other approaches to sustain regional and cultural heritages
Advanced technologies and techniques to preserve, discover, and employ natural, human, and societal resources
Conference Chair
Yung-Cheol Byun, Jeju National University, Korea
Program Chair
Kiyota Hashmoto, Osaka Prefecture, Japan

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