IIT 2013 : INNOVATIVE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR SCIENCE, BUSINESS AND EDUCATION, IIT – 2013
Call For Papers
Vilniaus verslo kolegija (Vilnius Business College) invites scholars and educators from across to explore and share their knowledge and ideas about local and global perspectives for digital education and research in the 6th annual conference Innovative Information Technologies for Science, Business and Education IIT – 2013. With a strong focus on digital components across a range of disciplines and issues, this is the first conference of this kind to take place in Lithuania.
Our main objective is to promote and disseminate the innovative and state-of-the-art digital technologies and methodologies in scholarly research and pedagogy across the humanities, social, formal and applied sciences.
We hope the event will appeal to a broad scholarly community to lead further discussion and to exchange knowledge and ideas within and across disciplines, institutions and borders.
We welcome oral presentations (15-min) as well as poster presentations on topics that include but are not limited to the following areas:
SECTION 1. DIGITAL HUMANITIES (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR LANGUAGES, TRANSLATION AND LIBRARIES)
Sub-section 1A: Digital linguistics and literature:
- experimental use of digital tools in linguistics and literary studies;
- corpus stylistics;
- linguistic annotation, guidelines, standards and software;
- text encoding, data and metadata;
- language processing tools;
- text mining;
- digital resources for literature;
- machine& human reading combined;
- IT in teaching and learning languages, literature and linguistics.
Sub-section 1B: Translation Studies:
- corpus-based translation studies;
- machine translation and translation memories;
- teaching and researching data for translation studies;
- crowd-sourcing data for translation research;
- conference interpreting technologies and training;
- audio-visual translation: cultures, communities and technologies.
Sub-section 1C: Digital librarianship:
- digital archiving and preservation;
- digital cataloguing and metadata;
- digital-based resources for libraries;
- digital library architecture and software;
- digital library technical and quality standards.
SECTION 2: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR NATURAL AND COMPUTING SCIENCE
Sub-section 2A: IT - applied solutions:
- advanced programming;
- conceptual modeling and databases;
- natural language processing;
- formal analysis and design methods;
- algorithms and applications;
- IT applications for molecular/cluster modeling.
Sub-section 2B: E-tools:
- Grid computing systems;
- High-performance scientific computing;
- Hardware and computer networks;
- Security and privacy.
SECTION 3. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION
Sub-section 3A: Business process modeling:
- innovations in management tools;
- mathematical modeling and statistics for improving organizational ability;
- business process modeling, analysis and design;
- information and software systems engineering;
- social data mining;
- sentiment analysis.
Sub-section 3B: Virtual learning:
- collaborative learning;
- curriculum content design and development;
- web-based evaluation and assessment;
- virtual learning environments and issues;
- e-learning tools.