Instructions for Paper Submission
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Accepted papers will be published in the IFIP AICT series by Springer as post-conference proceedings.
The total length of a paper should be 10 – 16 pages according to the IFIP AICT Guidelines (including
tables, figures, and references).
- There will be samples of files in the IFIP AICT Guidelines link.
- If you cannot download the sample file, please change the browser or use an FTP client.
For instructions for authors, please check the following links:
- Instructions for Authors of Papers to be Published in Springer Computer Science Proceedings
- Instructions for MS Word 2003, MS Word 2010-2016, LATEX2, Quick Start for MS Word 2010-
Papers will be refereed and accepted based on their scientific merit and relevance to the conference.
- At least one author of an accepted paper must present it at the conference.
- Accepted papers will be published in the IFIP AICT series by Springer.
The organizers of this conference invite prospective authors to submit high-quality technical papers
addressing, but not limited to, the following topics of interest:
- Advanced ICT (IoT, sensors) for disaster management
- Artificial Intelligence and disasters
- Climate change and disaster risk
- Climate information management
- Cloud Computing in emergency management
- Command and control studies
- Crowdsourcing, digital volunteers and citizen journalism
- Data analytics and information visualization for disasters
- Digital transformation in emergency management
- Disaster information processing
- Disaster prevention, mitigation and preparedness
- Disaster relief and resilience
- Disaster vulnerability and risk management and assessment mapping
- Disaster monitoring
- Disaster information management systems
- Disaster risk reduction
- Disaster communications
- Emerging technology support for disaster risk reduction (Robotics, UAV, Generative AI)
- Ethical issues arising from the technology usage for disasters
- Geographic Information Systems
- Hazard and vulnerability analysis
- ICT challenges in emergency management
- Integrated risk governance
- Mobile computing and emergency management
- Pandemic management
- Satellite imagery and remote sensing
- Security and privacy issues in disaster management
- Simulation and gaming for disaster management
- Situation awareness and common operational picture
- Social media and disasters
- Socio-economic impacts of disasters
- Trust Issues in the disaster risk reduction context
- Universal design thinking for disaster risk reduction
- VR/AR technology application for disaster management and training
All accepted papers will be published in IFIP AICT series by Springer as post-conference proceedings,
and they will be indexed by Scopus.