Fifth International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA 13)

PorDanielle Martins- Postado em 12 dezembro 2012

Ter, 10/09/2013 - 08:00 - Sex, 13/09/2013 - 19:00

Conference: Tuesday 10th - Friday 13th September 2013, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, North Wales, UK

Keynote speakers

Professor James D. Foley, Stephen Fleming Chair in Telecommunications - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Dr. Foley established the Graphics, Visualization & Usability Center, which in 1996 was ranked #1 by US News and World Report for graduate computer science work in graphics and user interaction. In 1996, he became director of Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab in Cambridge and then in 1998 chairman and CEO of Mitsubishi Electric ITA, directing corporate R&D at four labs in North America. He returned to Georgia as Executive Director and then CEO of Yamacraw, Georgia's economic development initiative in the design of broadband systems, devices and chips.

Dr. Foley is a Fellow of ACM and IEEE, an inaugural member of the ACM/CHI Academy, and recipient of the biannual ACM/SIGGRAPH Stephen Coons Award for Outstanding Creative Contributions to Computer Graphics. In July 2001, Dr. Foley became chairman of the Computing Research Association - an organization of over 200 computer science and computer engineering university departments, professional societies and industrial research labs.

Associate Professor Anthony L. Brooks, Director of SensoramaLab (, Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg Universitet, Aalborg, Denmark.

Associate Professor Dr Anthony Lewis Brooks (aka Tony) is director of the SensoramaLab at Aalborg University, Esbjerg in Denmark where he is a founding member of the Medialogy education (2002-present). His research within interaction design and human-computer interaction with a focus on children with special needs originated in 1985 with a focus on unencumbered gesture-based control of video games, art (making music and digital painting), and robotic devices via sensor-based devices created under his SoundScapes company. The research is responsible for a patent family on Communication Method and Apparatus (US6893407) and EU projects (e.g. He is a past winner of the European Eureka Award, (Stockholm, 1999), and the Danish Vanfoerefonden Research Prize (2006, Copenhagen). SoundScapes has been featured at the Cultural Olympics, which runs parallel to the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games at Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000. It has also been featured at the Cultural Capital of Europe 1996 (Copenhagen) and 2000 (Avignon).

Call for Submissions

The fifth in a highly-successful series of biennial international conferences on INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS (ITA 13) will be held in Wrexham, North East Wales, UK from Tuesday 10th to Friday 13th September 2013.  The conference will draw together researchers, artists and developers from academia and industry across all fields of Internet computing, creative digital media, moving image and engineering.  All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.  There will be a range of events from keynote addresses, technical and poster sessions, workshops, tutorials and for the first time we will be hosting a specially curated exposition of artworks relating to the conference proceedings.  The formal sessions will be supplemented by an excellent social programme including a visit to the historic English city of Chester, a boat trip on the River Dee and a medieval Welsh banquet at Ruthin Castle.  See the conference website ( for full details of submission and registration.  ITA 05, ITA 07, ITA 09 and ITA 11 ( were thoroughly enjoyed by all the many participants.  Come and join us in Wales in September 2013 and be part of ITA 13!

Conference Location

The conference will be hosted by the Centre for Creative and Applied Research for the Digital Society (CARDS) ( at Glyndŵr University, Wrexham (  Wrexham is a beautiful Welsh town conveniently situated between the metropolitan centres of Manchester and Liverpool in England and the tranquility of the North Wales countryside and mountains of Snowdonia.

Nearby are the historic city of Chester and the international festival centre of Llangollen. Wrexham is served by two international airports (Manchester and Liverpool) both comfortably less than an hour away by road or train.


ITA 13 will also include the following full-day workshop/expo and tutorial sessions, all of which will take place on Thursday 12th September:

·         The first International workshop on Technologies for Health and Wellness (THAW)

·         The International Workshop on Emergency Telecommunications Systems (ETS 2013)

·         Tutorial: Spatial Analysis: An Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

·         The first Art Expo 

Key dates

Submission deadline: Friday 1st February 2013

Notification to authors: Friday 5th April 2013

Camera-ready version due: Friday 3rd May 2013

Early registration by: Friday 10th May 2013

Conference dates: Tuesday 10th - Friday 13th September 2013

The scope of the ITA conference series is wide and covers all aspects of Internet activity ranging from technical hardware and software solutions to applications and creative digital media, and the wider issues arising from them.

Papers (and multimedia artefacts where relevant) are invited on any of the topics below or related fields and should be submitted, via the submission page of the conference website (  Final, camera-ready papers must conform to the author guidelines and must not exceed eight pages in length. Please contact the conference organizers directly for guidance on multimedia submission by e-mail

Topics of Interest

·         Accessibility/Assisted Living       

·         AI/Expert systems                          

·         Art with Science                              

·         Creative entrepreneurs

·         Creative expressions     

·         Creative technologies   

·         Cultural ecologies                           

·         Cultural environments

·         Cultural sustainability    

·         Data-mining                      

·         Digital art                            

·         Digital modelling

·         Distributed systems                       

·         e-Business/e-Commerce

·         e-Learning/e-Society    

·         Environmental applications

·         Ethical, social, legal issues            

·         Filtering                                               

·         HCI                                        

·         Health Informatics          

·         Health Technologies                      

·         High-performance computing                                   

·         Integration                        

·         Internet applications

·         Internet languages                         

·         Internet technologies   

·         Music and audio                              

·         Network algorithms

·         Network architectures 

·         Network management 

·         Network optimisation   

·         Network performance

·         Protocols and standards              

·         Routing                                               

·         Security                                               

·         Semantics

·         Services                                              

·         Storage                                               

·         Systems failure                

·         Traffic  

·         Ubiquitous computing  

·         Visualisation                      

·         Web hardware/software            

·         Wireless networks


Centre for Creative and Applied Research for the Digital Society (CARDS) Wrexham
Reino Unido
53° 2' 34.9008" N, 2° 59' 33.0648" W