Aims and Scope

 

It is a pleasure to invite you to the 8th Edition of international conference INTIS. The success of the previous seven editions encourages us to continue with the same ambitions and enthusiasm by launching this call for this eight (8) edition. INTIS 2019 will be held in the city of Tangier (Morocco) during 20-21 December 2019. The National School of Applied Sciences of Tangier,  Abdelmalek Essaadi University, the Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences and Data Engineering & Systems Team will jointly organize this INTIS 2019 edition. This eight edition, with a strong connotation in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and IoT, Healthcare 4.0,  will allow researchers who have already participated in previous editions to find themselves in the same context for presenting their latest scientific works. The INTIS conference addresses also professionals who are involved or interested in the decision- making domain, who, through their pragmatic vision, will contribute by expressing new requirements or by valuing existing solutions. INTIS is also an opportunity for Ph.D. students to expose and reveal their work and to make themselves part of this community. This event in Big Data and IoT sectors will allow discovering specialized works in these fields, as well as receiving many feedbacks.


 

Topics & Tracks

Faithful to its spirit of openness, INTIS conference remains attentive to the developments in the Information Technology field. Thus, it is still adopting several innovations in its presentation and in its model of knowledge dissemination.

This eight edition will be organized around different tracks to promote applications on Big Data and IoT, and further to involve professionals. INTIS 2019 will cover nine tracks:

  • Track 1 : Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Track 2 : The Internet of Things: components challenges and opportunities
  • Track 3 : Medical Science and Technology: towards Health 4.0
  • Track 4 : Entreprise Data-driven : Big data and Digital transformation
  • Track 5 : Geospatial Big Data Analytics
  • Track 6 : Big Data, Business Intelligence
  • Track 7 : Smart and sustainable cities
  • Track 8 : Security, Privacy, Trust and Blockchain
  • Track 9 : Meta-heuristic and Optimisation, Natural Language Processing and social networking.
  • Track 10 : Smart Learning Environment

Artificial Intelligente & Machine Learning

Chair

  • Abdelmalek AMINE, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria
  • Valentina Emilia BALAS, University of Arad – Aurel Vlaicu – , Roumania
  • Mohamed Amine BOUDIA, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning« , organized jointly by the GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria and University of Arad – Aurel Vlaicu-Roumania; You are invited to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to the Artificial Intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science dedicated to solving cognitive problems typically associated with human intelligence, such as learning, problem solving, and pattern recognition. Artificial intelligence, often abbreviated as « AI », can evoke robotics or a futuristic world, but this discipline goes beyond science fiction automata to apply to today’s actual advanced computing. Similarly, advances in network computing have allowed connectionists to deepen a subdomain called « machine learning ». Machine Learning (AM) and Deep Learning (AP) are both computer science-domains derived from Artificial Intelligence. Machine learning is basically a series of algorithms that can learn and make predictions from stored data, optimize a given utility function in an uncertain situation, extract hidden structures in data, and classify data into concise descriptions. Deep learning is a branch of machine learning
that consists of superimposing algorithms to better understand the data. It relies on these layers of nonlinear algorithms to create distributed representations that interact based on a series of factors.
However, AI’s cognitive and machine learning capabilities are based on huge volumes of data, which in turn become scalable and instantly accessible in the cloud.

Topics

The first objective is intended to present works ranking from Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Deep learning, etc.  The second objective is to target researchers interested in all aspects of the application of intelligent techniques in order to present, discuss and share original research works and practical experiences, and provide the latest and most innovative contributions.
Papers and contributions are encouraged for any work relating to Artificial Intelligence. Topics of interest may include (but are in no way limited to):

– Bayesian Models and Methods
– Case-Based Reasoning and Learning
– Classification and Model Estimation
– Statistical and Evolutionary Learning
– Statistical Learning and Neural Net Based Learning
– Support Vector Machines
– Text, Video and, Image Mining
– Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence
– Data Analytics in Cloud
– Deep Learning
– Fast Learning Methods
– Internet of Things
– Machine Learning in AI
– Secrurity and Privacy Preserving using Data Mining

Program Committee

– Ghazi I. — Abdelmalek AMINE, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Baghdad ATMANI – University of Oran1, Algeria
– Yamine AIT AMEUR, IRIT/INPT-ENSEEIHT, France
– Otmane AIT MOHAMED, Concordia University, Canada
– Muhammad Arif, School of Computer Science and Educational Software, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, China
– Hassan BADIR – Université of Tanger, Maroc
– Valentina Emilia BALAS- « Aurel Vlaicu » University of Arad, Roumanie
– Soumya Banerjee, CEDRIC Lab. Paris, France
– Ghalem BELALEM – University of Oran1, Algeria
– Zakaria BENDAOUD, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Sidi-Mohamed BENSLIMANE – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Karim BOUAMRANE – University of Oran1, Algeria
– Hasna BOUAZZA, University of USTO-MB, Algeria
– Nerdjess BOUCHEMAL, University of Mila, Algeria
– Mohamed Amine BOUDIA, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Kamel BOUKHALFA – USTHB ALgiers
– Omar BOUSSAID – ERIC Laboratory, Lyon, France
– Gazi Erkan Bostanci, Ankara University, Turkey
– Maria Cecilia G. Cantos, Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Philippines
– Allaoua CHAOUI – University of Constantine2, Algeria
– Salim CHIKHI – University of Constantine2, Algeria
– Abdallah CHOUARFIA – USTO-MB, Algeria
– Adriana Coroiu, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
– Mekhlouf DERDOUR, University of Tebessa, Algeria
– Smain Femmam, UHA University, France
– José Eduardo Moreira Fernandes, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, Portugal
– Mohamed Amine FERRAG, University of Annaba, Algeria
– Rachida FISSOUNE – ENSAT, Maroc
– Alexander Gelbukh Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
– Reda Mohamed HAMOU, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Damien Hanyurwimfura, University of Rwanda
– Alessio Ishizaka, university of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
– Abdelouahid IMLAHI, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, FST-Tangier, Morocco
– Gabor Kiss, Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary
– Raghvendra Kumar, LNCT Group of College, Jabalpur, India
– Sonia LADJIMI, University of sfax, Tunisia
– Ramona Lile, « Aurel Vlaicu » University of Arad, Romania
– Tsung-Chih Lin, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
– Ahmed Chaouki LOKBANI, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Edwin Lughofer, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
– Antoanela Naaji, “Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad, Romania
– Cenap Ozel, Department of Mathematics, King Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
– Tiago Pedrosa, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, Portugal
– Emil Pricop, Oil & Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
– Dana Rad, Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania.
– Abdelatif RAHMOUN – ESI SBA, Algeria
– Hamid Rastegari, Islamic Azad University, Iran
– Marjan Kuchaki Rafsanjani, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran
– D. Vijay Rao, Institute of System Studies and Analysis, Delhi, India
– Fatima Ruksar, vice Principal KBNCE Kalaburagi, India
– Roselina Sallehuddin, Universiti teknologi malaysia, Malaysia
– Ruhaidah Samsudin, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia
– Mohamed Saraee, University of Salford-Manchester, UK
– Larbi SEKHRI – Université of Oran1, Algeria
– Hamid SERRIDI, University of Gualma, Algeria
– Ranbir Singh, Lovely Professional University, Jalandar, India
– Yahia SLIMANI, University of Manouba, Tunisia
– Vijender Kr. Solanki, CMR Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, India,
– Sebastián Ventura Soto, University of Cordoba, Spain
– I-Hsien Ting, National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan
– Vikash Yadav, ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad, India
– Mebarka YAHLALI, GeCoDe Lab, University of Saïda, Algeria

The Internet of Things: components challenges and opportunities

Co-Chairs

  • Mohamed TABAA: EMSI Casablanca Morocco,
  • Safa Saadaoui, LPRI EMSI Casablanca, Morocco

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 conference also includes a special session “ The internet of things : components Challenges and Opportunities”, jointly organized by the LPRI laboratory (multidisciplinary laboratory for research and innovation) of EMSI (moroccan school of engineering sciences) Casablanca Morocco, you are invited to participate in this special session which focuses especially on the development of the internet of things.

The rapid advancement of technologies, the penetration of data into mobile networks, network technologies and the sharing of data on the web have made it possible to detect and control the whole world via information technology. This development is based on digitalization of the world it has called the internet of things (IoT). These connected objects are autonomous physical/digital elements, capable of communicating with each other, thus creating a technological revolution that brings more ambitious innovations in different fields of application. This is a revolution for which it is estimated that 80 billion connected objects will be connected by 2020. The intelligence embedded in objects ensures their connectivity, and meets a need for control or monitoring in different application areas such as medicine, industry, environment or security.

Topics

This session is seeking original, high impact research papers on all topics related to the development of the Internet of Things, including but not limited to:

-Object Accessand networking technology
-Evaluation of challenges of deployments of industry 4.0
-Seamless human-to-object and object-to-object interactions
-Data collection, deep learning, reality mining and prediction methods
-Data security, authentication, and authorization
-Distributed systems
-Web-based discovery
-Smart applications
-Low-cost platforms for IoT
-Hardware co-design for baseband communications
-Hardware implementation for 5G
-Smart antenna

Program Committee

 

– Abbas Dandache, UL France
– Emmanuel Simeu, UG France
– Fabrice Monteiro, UL France
– Mouhamad Chehaitly, UGA France
– Abdellah Kassem, NDU, Liban
– Mohamed Youssefi, ENSETM Maroc
– Aziz Oukaira, UQO, Canada
– Mohammed Bousmah, UCD Morocco
– Mohamed Ennaji, ENSAM, Morocco
– Khadija Bousmar, EMSI Morocco
– Firdaous Marzouk, EMSI Morocco
– Hassna Bensag, EMSI Morocco
– Tijane Badri, EMSi Morocco
– Nadia Saber, EMSI Morocco
– Meryem Khouil, EMSI Morocco
– Aamre khalil, UL France
– Oussama Rholam, EMSI Morocco
– Redouane Kanazy, EMSI Morocco
– Abdellah Daissaoui, EMSI Morocco

Medical Science and Technology: towords Healthcare 4.0

Chair

Objectives

The 8th edition of INTIS contributes by this track to encourage more research on the role of Information and Telecommunication Technologies in the management of the complex healthcare activities and services and this in the wake of Industrie 4.0

This track is led by the Laboratory of Mechanics, Productics and Industrial Engineering of the Superior School of Technology, Hassan II University, Casablanca. Presentations from Professionals, academics and researchers will emphasize the critical impact of a digital strategy on healthcare management and operations.

This digital transformation involves the design and implementation of the latest ICT trends for the efficiency and effectiveness of the aimed Healthcare Visions, Missions, and Strategies. A conecpt is already emerging : Healthcare 4.0

Topics

The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

– Digital Transformation of Healthcare
– eHealth Strategy
– Resources Optimization in Healthcare Management
– Information Systems in Healthcare Supply Chain Management
– Operations Research in Healthcare
– Scheduling, Sourcing and Routing for Health Services
– Healthcare Information Systems
– IoT for Health
– Big Data in Health
– Blockchain Technology in Healthcare
– Mobile Health
– ICT for Healthcare
– Telemedecine Technology
– Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
– eHealth Strategy
– Security and Privacy

Program Committee

 

– Hassan Badir, Abdelmalek Essaadi University of Tetouan, Morocco
– Otmane Bouksour, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Zitouni Beidouri, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Said Bensbih, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Zineb Besri, Abdelmalek Essaadi University of Tetouan, Morocco
– Azedine Boulmakoul, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Mohamed Sadik, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco

Data-Driven Entreprise : Big Data and Digital transformation

Chair

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Data-driven enterprise: Big data and digital transformation« , organized jointly by the Moroccan association IOSIS (Innovative Open Spatial Information Systems) of the Faculty of Science and Technology of Mohammedia – Hassan II University of Casablanca; You are invited to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to the dematerialization of the enterprise (following its digital evolution), which seems to change not only the way in which it markets its products or its services but also its Business activities and its meta-model.

Data is the foundation of the creation of new services, valuable deposits and new uses and plays a crucial role in the digital transformation of the enterprise. The latter ultimately modifies in depth all the businesses of the enterprise with impacts all levels: strategic, commercial, managerial, human and technological resources.

Topics

The aim of this special session is to present research related to the problems of data-driven enterprises in terms of their production, operation and governance and the management of change in relation to their digital transformation. The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

–  Data-driven Enterprise
–  Re-engineering of business processes related to digital transformation
–  Big Data, Smart data, Predictive analysis and Data visualization
–  Cloud Computing Governance,
–  Data Governance
–  Digital Transformation and Agility
–  Governance and management of Information Systems
–  Management project and change management
–  Change Management and digital transformation
–  Big Data from Wireless Sensor Networks
–  Domain Specific Languages for Big Data Modeling
–  Model Driven Engineering for Big Data

Program Committee

 

– Benmaissa Yann, INPT- Morocco
– Boulmakoul Azedine, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Dahchour Mohamed, INPT- Morocco
– El Akkaoui Zineb, INPT – Morocco
– El Bouziri Adil, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– El Faouzi Nour-Eddin, IFSTTAR – LICIT, France
– EN-Nouaari Abdesslam, INPT – Morocco
– Idri Abdelfattah, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Karim Lamia, Hassan I University, Morocco
– Marghoubi Rabia, INPT – Morocco
– Sacile Roberto (Università degli Studi di Genova, Genoa
– Zaidouni Dounia, INPT – Morocco

Geospatial Big Data Analytics

Co-Chairs

  • Hajji Hicham: Professor at the School of Geomatic Sciences and Surveying Engineering-IAV H2 Rabat, Morocco
  • Sandro Bimonte: IRSTEA, Clermont-Ferrand, France

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Geospatial Big data Analytics » . We invite you to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to the development of new approaches and architectures for handling geospatial big data.

Managing Spatial datasets in the context of Big Data is still facing many challenges that need to be overcome, such as developing efficient architectures for storing the huge amount of spatial datasets continuously produced by many sensors and devices. More processing and querying algorithms need to be rewritten to achieve the scalability objective and more visualization techniques need to be proposed to handle the complexity of geospatial big data.

Topics

The aim of this special session is to present research related to the management of Spatial Big Data while focusing on specific issues such as spatial data storage, spatial parallel computing, data visualization and analytics. The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

– Spatial Big Data storage and management
– Spatial data partitioning
– Spatial Big Data applications
– Query languages for Spatial Big Data
– Optimization and Query handling in Spatial Big Data
– Analytics for Geospatial Big Data
– Spatio Temporal data analytics
– Geospatial Big Data Analytics and applications
– Deep Learning and Machine learning applications for Spatial Big Data
– Spatial MultiSource Data integration (Drone, Satellite Imageries, vehicles, mobile devices)

Program Committee

– Sebari Imane, SGIT, IAV- Morocco
– Kenza Ait LKADI, IAV-Rabat – Morocco
– Hicham Hajji, SGIT, IAV- Morocco
– Boulmakoul Azedine, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Hassan Badir, ENSA Tangier, Morocco
– LBAT Ahmed, LIG, Grenoble – France
– Ali Elbattay, ICBA Dubai, UAE
– Aziz MABROUK, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco
– Ahmed Azough, Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Morocco
– Amjad Rattrout, ARAB AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, West Bank, Palestine
– Redouane Lguensat, Grenoble Alpes University, Grenoble, France
– Yehia Taher, DAVID Lab, University of Versailles, University of Paris-Saclay, France
– Hicham Mharzi Alaoui, National Center for Climatic and Forest, Morocco

Big Data and Business Intelligence

Chair

  • Rim MOUSSA, University of Carthage, Carthage -Tunisia
  • Abdoulay GUISSE: Polytechnic School of Thiès, Thiès, Senegal
  • Rachida FISSOUNE: National School of Applied Sciences of Tangier, Morocco

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Big Data & Business Intelligence« , organized jointly by University of Carthage, Polytechnic School of Thiès – Senegal, the National School of Applied Sciences of Tangier – Abdelmalek Essaady Universty, and IDS Team; You are invited to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to the Big data & Business Intelligence.

Decision-making information systems are mainly based on data warehousing and on-line data analysis. Recent technological and scientific developments have a significant impact on the production and consumption of data in businessintelligence applications. The data sources used in these applications have become more heterogeneous, distributed and evolutive. Handlingthe large volume, variety and velocity of manipulated data in business intelligence applications is a greatchallenge for the industrial and scientific communities. This, requirethe development of new modelsand architectures and new data analytics, optimization and data visualizationapproaches.This track provides a forum for researchersandpractitioners to explore and share the latest results, approaches, techniques, concepts, and technologies in Big Data and Business Intelligence

Topics

Potential topics of interest, in this track,include, but are not limited to the following:

– Innovative methods for big data analytics
– Parallel and distributed big data analytics
– Benchmarking and performance evaluationin Business Intelligence applications
– Optimization of decision-making queries-ETL tools
– Datamining for Business Intelligence applications
– Information Retrieval and recommendation for OLAP
– Business Intelligencein the Cloud-Analysis of complex data
– Business Intelligenceand Big data:use cases-Stream Data Analysis
– NoSQL data warehouses-Social big data analytics
– Linked Open Data for OLAP-Spatial data warehousing
– Privacy and security inBusiness Intelligence applications

Submitted papers must be written in English and describe original research which has not been published nor is currently under review. Papers will be evaluated based on their originality, presentation,relevance and contribution in big data and business intelligence.

Program Committee

–  Abdellah AZMANI, FST Tangier, Morocco
–  Abdelhadi FENNAN, FST Tangier, Morocco.
–  ABDELMALEK Amine, Saida University, Algeria
–  ALIANE Hassina, CERIST, Algeria.
–  ALIMAZIGHI Zaia, USTHB University, Algeria
–  AMAROUCHE Amine Idir, USTHB University, Algeria
–  BELLATRECHE Ladjel, ENSMA, Poitiers, France
–  BENBLIDIA Nadjia, SAAD DAHLEB University, Blida, Algeria
–  BENKHLIFA Elhadj, STAFFORDSHIRE University, UK
–  BENKRID Soumia, Higher National School of Computer Science, Algeria
–  BENTAYEB Fadila, ERIC, Lumière Lyon 2 University, France
–  BOUCHEBOUT Khoutir, USTHB University, Algeria
–  BOUKRAA Doulkifli, Jijel University, Algeria.
–  HARBI Nouria, ERIC, Lumière Lyon 2 University, France
–  HIDOUCI Walid, ESI, Algiers, Algeria.
–  JARARWEH Yaser, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
–  KABACHI Nadia, Lyon1 University, France
–  KAZAR Okba, Biskra University, Algeria
–  KHOURI Selma, Higher National School of Computer Science, Algeria
–  LEMIRE Daniel, LICEF Research Center, Québec University, Canada
–  MAHDAOUI Latifa, USTHB University, Algeria
–  NABLI Ahlem, SFAX University, Tunisia
–  NAFAA Jabeur, German University of Technology in Oman, Muscat, Oman
–  S. Sid Ali, Blida University, Algeria
–  TAHARI Karim, Laghouat University, Algeria
–  ZERAOULIA Khaled, USTHB University, Algeria
–  ZIYATI Houssaine, Hassan II University, Morocco

smart and sustainable cities

Co-Chairs

  • Ahmed EL OUALKADI: Professor at ENSA – Tangier, Morocco ,
  • Mounir ARIOUA: Professor at ENSA Tetouan – Morocco

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Smart & Sustainable Cities« , organized jointly by the LabTIC Laboratory, ENSAT-Tangier and ENSA-Tetouan;

The aim of this track is to bring together researchers, academics, scholars to the forefront of research activity on smart and sustainable cities that improve city services and infrastructure as well as improving citizen’s environment and quality of life. The specific profile of this track is to examine the research opportunities and applications and mainly to promote the state-of-the-art in scientific and practical research of the smart urban planning conceived with the ultimate goal of connecting smartly everything to each other using smart technologies.

The track is an excellent opportunity to present the current challenges and future opportunities in building efficient applications and sustainable architectures, and to share and exchange their latest developments and advances on specific aspects related to the smart city technological development. Overall the goal is to provide a thorough overview of the main topics about smart city application and smart technologies and their envisioned integration in the city.

During the track, a dedicated discussion panel will bring into focus the collaboration between academia and industry in order to depict the future vision of smart sensors. Participants from the fields of computer sciences, information systems and communication technology will find an excellent opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary discussions, set up new networks and exchange information on a professional level.

Topics

We solicit submissions of original ideas and papers describing results and developments from both researchers and practitioners in fields addressing directions in the following interdisciplinary topics:

– Smart connectivity and  Smart Mobility
– Intelligent Transportation Systems
– Territorial Intelligence
– Urban Logistics and Innovative  Services
– Smart Manufacturing
– Smart Building and Demotic Automation
– Smart Grids
– Smart Electrical / Electronic devices, Microelectronic design
– Embedded Technologies and Integrated circuits
– Internet of Things and IOT networking & communication
– Vehicular ad-hoc networks
– Sensing and Smart Environments
– Cyber Security for Smart Cities
– New architectures and new protocols for smart cities
– Sensing and smart systems
– Cryptography, security management and privacy issues
– Languages and operating systems of sensors
– Data gathering, processing, and communication
– Application scenarios and real-world deployments for smart cities
– wearable technologies, visual sensing technologies, smart environments, smart roads and context-aware applications
– Information extraction  technologies
– Routing and data transfer, data aggregation and data compression techniques
– Application for harsh environments, environmental, health, home and commercial applications
– Artificial intelligence
– smart traffic management

Program Committee

– Dr. Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, France
– Dr. Mohammad Hammoudeh, Manchester University, UK
– Dr. Hafssa Benaboud, Mohammed V university, Morocco
– Dr. Nabil Benamar, Moulay Ismaïl University, Morocco
– Dr. Abdallah Makhoul  Franche-Comté University, France
– Dr. Marco Zennaro, International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy
– Dr. Pardeep Kumar, University of Engineering, Science and Technology, Pakistan
– Dr. Ahmed El Oualkadi, National School of Applied Sciences, Morocco
– Dr. Djamel Djenouri, CERIST Research Center, Algeria
– Dr. Luay Tahat, Gulf University for Science & Technology (GUST), Kuwait
– Dr. Syed Hassan Ahmed, Georgia Southern University, USA
– Dr. Mohamad Badra, College of Technological Innovation, UAE
– Dr. Mehmet Aydin, University of the West of England, UK
– Dr. Antoine Bagula, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
– Dr. Anis Laouiti, TELECOM SudParis, France
– Dr. Kuei-Ping Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan
– Dr. Paolo Bellavista, University of Bologna, Italy
– Dr. Janet Light Thompson, University of New Brunswick, Canada
– Dr. Doreen Böhnstedt, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
– Dr. Jorge Sá Silva, Coimbra Unievrsity, Portugal
– Dr. Zahoor Khan, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE
– Dr. Sohail Jabbar,  Kyungpook National University, South Korea
– Dr. Vincenzo Gulisano, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
– Dr. Ignacio Bosch Roig, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
– Dr. Mehdi Bennis, Centre for Wireless Communication, University of Oulu, Finland
– Dr. Angel Molina-Garcia, Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain

Security, Privacy, Trust and Blockchain

Co-Chairs

  • Houda BELMOKADDEM: Professor at ENSA Tangier – Morocco
  • David PIERROT: Professor at ERIC Laboratory, Lyon2, France
  • Saida LAZAAR: Professor at ENSA Tangier – Morocco

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Security, Privacy, Trust and Blockchain« , organized jointly by LabTIC Laboratoty and ENSA Tetatouan ; You are invited to participate in this special session.

The Security, Privacy and Trust track is concerned with important role of information security in today’s digital world. The focus of the track is on advances in information security technologies, new attacks and hacker exploits, artificial intelligence and deep learning for information security, digital crime and forensics, intrusion detection and incident response, malware and attach analysis, privacy and data breaches, and governance and information security management.

We are soliciting submissions of original unpublished scholarly work that is not under consideration by another journal or conference.

Data is the foundation of the creation of new services, valuable deposits and new uses and plays a crucial role in the digital transformation of the enterprise. The latter ultimately modifies in depth all the businesses of the enterprise with impacts all levels: strategic, commercial, managerial, human and technological resources.

Topics

The aim of this special session is to present research related to the problems of the Security, Privacy, Trust and Blockchain. The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

• Information, network and applications security
• Information security technologies
• Cyber warfare, cyber terrorism and cybercrime
• Access control, web filters and firewalls
• Encryption, steganography, and VPN technologies
• Intrusion detection and incident response
• Digital forensics and crime sconce investigations
• Security of hardware and industrial systems
• Vulnerability assessment and mitigating attacks
• Wireless network security
• Private transactions in blockchain based systems
• IoT and cloud security
• Malware analysis and reverse engineering
• Antimalware, Antivirus, Spam filters, AdBlockers…etc
• Internet trolls, cyberbullying and cyberstalking
• Fact checking, fake news and social media posts
• Advanced Intelligent Computing and Algorithms for Sensory Data
• Social engineering and phishing attacks
• Privacy considerations in information security
• Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain based Systems
• Information security management and governance.
• Privacy Preservation in Big Data
• Software security and secure coding

Program Committee

– Yasine LAAZIZ, LabTIC , ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Saida LAZAAR, ERMA, ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Soufiane MEZROUI, LabTIC , ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Said BOUCHKAREN, ERMA, ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Nouria HARBI, ERIC, Lyon 2, France
– David PIERROT, ERIC, Lyon 2, France
– Sara IBN AL AHRACH, IDS Team, ENSA Tangier, Morocco
– Mohamed BOULMALEF, UIR, Rabat, Morocco
– Mohammed BOUHORMA, FST Tangier, Morocco

Meta-heuristic and Optimisation, Natural Language Processing and social networking

Co-Chairs

  • Reda Mohamed HAMOU, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria
  • Ahmed Chaouki LOKBANI, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria
  • Mebarka YAHLALI, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « Meta-heuristic and Optimisation, Natural Language Processing, social networking« , organized jointly by GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar, Algeria ; You are invited to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to the Natural Language Processing (NLP).

Natural Language Processing is a subset of artificial intelligence that focuses on system development that allows computers to communicate with people using everyday language. Natural language generation system converts information from computer database into readable human language and vice versa.
A metaheuristic is a set of algorithmic concepts that can be used to define heuristic methods applicable to a wide set of different problems. A metaheuristic can be seen as a general purpose heuristic method toward promising regions of the search space containing high-quality solutions. A metaheuristic is a general algorithmic framework which can be applied to different optimization problems with relatively few modifications to make them adapted to a specific problem.

Topics

The aim of this special session is to present research related to the problems of data-driven enterprises in terms of their production, operation and governance and the management of change in relation to their digital transformation. The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

– Analysis of speech
– speech recognition system
– Computational Social Web
– Deep learning for NLP
– Evolutionary Computation
– Genetic Programming
– Information extraction & Retrieval
– Knowledge fundamentals & management systems
– Lexical semantics and knowledge representation
– Meta-heuristics
– Multi-Agent Systems
– New language models
– Web Semantics & Ontologies
– Paralinguistic in Speech and Language
– Phonetics, phonology and prosody
– Planning and Scheduling
– Preference Reasoning
– Sentiment analysis and opinion mining from text
– Social Networks Applications
– Speaker and language identification
– Swarm Intelligence
– Text categorization

Program Committee

– Reda ADJOUDJ – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Ghazi I. ALKHATIB – Hashemite University, Jordan
– Yamine AIT AMEUR, IRIT/INPT-ENSEEIHT, France
– Otmane AIT MOHAMED, Concordia University, Canada
– Abdelkrim AMIRAT, University of Souk Ahras, Algeria
– Abdelmalek AMINE, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Ikram AMOUS – Sfax University, Tunisia
– Mohammed AMROUNE – University of Tebessa
– Baghdad ATMANI, University of Oran, Algeria
– Hassan BADIR – Université of Tanger, Maroc
– Valentina Emilia BALAS- University of Arad, Roumania
– Fatiha BARIGOU, University of Oran, Algeria
– Ghalem BELALEM, University of Oran, Algeria
– Zakaria BENDAOUD – University of Saida, Algeria
– Djamel BENSABER – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Sidi-Mohamed BENSLIMANE – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Karim BOUAMRANE- University of Oran 1, Algeria
– Hasna BOUAZZA – USTO – MB, Algeria
– Nerdjes BOUCHEMAL – University of Mila, Algeria
– Mohamed Amine BOUDIA – University of Saida, Algeria
– Zizette BOUFAIDA – University of Constantine 2, Algeria
– Sofiane BOUKLI HACENE – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Omar BOUSSAID – ERIC Laboratory, Lyon, France
– Abdallah CHOUARFIA – USTO-MB, Algeria
– Salim CHIKHI – University of Constantine 2, Algeria
– Mekhlouf DERDOUR – University of Tebessa, Algeria
– Mahieddine DJOUDI – University of Poitiers, France
– Mahmoud FAHSI – University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria
– Kamel Mohamed FARAOUN – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Med Amine FERRAG – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Rachida FISSOUNE – ENSAT, Maroc
– Nacira GHOUALMI-ZINE, Badji Mokhtar University, Algeria
– Djamila HAMDADOU – University of Oran, Algeria
– Reda Mohamed HAMOU, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Zineddine KOUAHLA – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Sonia LAJMI – Sfax University, Tunisia, Algeria
– Ahmed Chouaki LOKBANI – University of Saida, Algeria
– Zekri LOUGMIRI – University of Oran1, Algeria
– Ishak MEDDAH – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Abdelouahab MOUSSAOUI, University of Sétif 1, Algeria
– Larbi SEKHRI – Université of Oran1, Algeria
– Hamid SERIDI – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Yahia SLIMANI, University of Manouba, Tunisia
– Noria TAGHEZOUT – University of Oran, Algeria
– Mebarka YAHLALI – University of Saida, Algeria

Smart learning Environments

Co-Chairs

  • Amjad RATTROUT, Arabo-American University, Jenin, Palestine
  • Mahmoud BARHAMJI, Liris, Lyon 1, France

Objectives

The 8th INTIS 2019 Conference (Innovation and New Trends in Information Technology) also includes a special session entitled « SMART Learning ENvironments« , organized jointly by Arabo-American University, Lyon 1 University  ; You are invited to participate in this special session, which focuses on issues related to to the reform of the ways of teaching and learning through advancing current learning environments towards smart learning environments..

It provides opportunities for discussions and constructive dialogue among various stakeholders on the limitations of existing learning environments, need for reform, innovative uses of emerging pedagogical approaches and technologies, and sharing and promotion of best practices, leading to the evolution, design and implementation of smart learning environments. The aim of the journal is to help various stakeholders of smart learning environments better understand each other’s role in the overall process of education and how they may support each other.

Topics

The aim of this special session is to present research related to the problems of Smart Learning Environments. The session covers all related topics, including but not limited to:

– Architectures for smart learning environments
– Best practices in smart learning environments implementation
– Conceptual frameworks for smart learning environments
– Cultural issues in smart learning environments
– Designing smart learning environments using sensing technologies
– Evaluation approaches for effectiveness and efficiency of smart learning environments
– Fusion of pedagogy and technology in smart learning environments
– Historical perspectives of smart learning environments
– Innovative uses of emerging didactical and pedagogical approaches
– Innovative uses of emerging and existing technologies
– Methodologies for development of smart learning environments
– Mobility in smart learning environments
– Pedagogical tools for supporting smart learning environments
– Policy issues related to smart learning environments
– Reform of learning environments
– Strategies for learning assessment in smart learning environments
– Technologies and tools to support smart learning environments
– Usability criteria and standards for smart learning environments

Program Committee

– Valentina Emilia BALAS- University of Arad, Roumania
– Fatiha BARIGOU, University of Oran, Algeria
– Amjad RATTROUT, Arabo-American University, Jenin, Palestine
– Mahmoud BARHAMJI, Liris, Lyon 1, France
– Ghalem BELALEM, University of Oran, Algeria
– Sara IBN AL AHRACH, Faculté de Médecine, Tangier, Morocco
– Zakaria BENDAOUD – University of Saida, Algeria
– Djamel BENSABER – ESI-SBA, Algeria

COMMITTEES

Pr. Hassan BADIR

Professor at ENSA of  Tangier, Morocco

Pr. Azedine BOULMAKOUL

Professor at FST Mohammedia, Morocco

Pr. Mohammed ERRAMI, President of Abdelmalek Essaadi University

Pr. Ahmed HAMMOUCH, Director of SRI

Pr. Ahmed MOUSSA, Director of ENSA Tangier

  • Pr. BADIR Hassan, ENSA Tangier – Morocco
  • Pr. BOULMAKOUL Azedine, FSTM Mohammedia – Morocco
  • Pr. LBAT Ahmed, LIG, Grenoble – France
  • Pr. TABAA Mohammed, EMSI Casablanca – Morocco
  • Pr. Amjad RATTROUT, Arab American University, Jenin, Palestine
  • Pr. Rachida FISSOUNE, ENSA Tangier – Morocco
  • Pr. Hassan BADIR, FSTM Mohammedia – Morocco
  • Dr. Sara IBN AL AHRACH, (IDS Team) Faculty of Medicine Tangier- Morocco
  • Pr. Abderrahmane SBIHI, IDS Team, Tangier – Morocco
  • Pr. Houda BELMOKADDEM, ENSA Tangier – Morocco
  • Pr. Mohammed Achkari BADOURI, FP Larache – Morocco
  • Said Bensbih, ENSEM, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
  • Pr. BADIR Hassan, ENSA Tangier – Morocco
  • Pr. BOULMAKOUL Azedine, FSTM Mohammedia – Morocco
  • Pr. Ladjel BELLATRECHE, National Engineering School for Mechanics and Aerotechnics (ENSMA), Poitiers – France
  • Pr. Mohamed Amine BOUDIA, GeCode Laboratory, University of Saida -Dr Moulay Tahar-, Algeria

INTIS’2019 technical program committee is an internationally recognized group of leading researchers covering a broad range of topics related to the conference themes.

– Aamre khalil, UL France
– Abbas Dandache, UL France
– Abdallah CHOUARFIA – USTO-MB, Algeria
– Abdallah Makhoul  Franche-Comté University, France
– Abdelhadi FENNAN, FST Tangier, Morocco.
– Abdelkrim AMIRAT, University of Souk Ahras, Algeria
– Abdellah AZMANI, FST Tangier, Morocco
– Abdellah Daissaoui, EMSI Morocco
– Abdellah Kassem, NDU, Liban
– Abdelmalek AMINE, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Abdelouahab MOUSSAOUI, University of Sétif 1, Algeria
– Abdelouahid IMLAHI, FST-Tangier, Morocco
– Ahlem NABLI, SFAX University, Tunisia
– Ahmed Azough, Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Morocco
– Ahmed Chouaki LOKBANI – University of Saida, Algeria
– Ahmed El Oualkadi, National School of Applied Sciences, Morocco
– Ali Elbattay, ICBA Dubai, UAE
– Amine ABDELMALEK , Saida University, Algeria
– Amine Idir AMAROUCHE, USTHB University, Algeria
– Amjad Rattrout, ARAB AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, Palestine
– Angel Molina-Garcia, Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain
– Anis Laouiti, TELECOM SudParis, France
– Antoine Bagula, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
– Azedine Boulmakoul, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Aziz MABROUK, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco
– Aziz Oukaira, UQO, Canada
– Baghdad ATMANI, University of Oran, Algeria
– Baghdad ATMANI, University of Oran, Algeria
– Dahchour Mohamed, INPT- Morocco
– Daniel LEMIRE, Québec University, Canada
– David PIERROT, ERIC, Lyon 2, France
– Djamel BENSABER – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Djamel Djenouri, CERIST Research Center, Algeria
– Djamila HAMDADOU – University of Oran, Algeria
– Doreen Böhnstedt, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
– Doulkifli BOUKRAA, Jijel University, Algeria.
– El Akkaoui Zineb, INPT – Morocco
– El Bouziri Adil, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– El Faouzi Nour-Eddin, IFSTTAR – LICIT, France
– Elhadj BENKHLIFA , STAFFORDSHIRE University, UK
– Emmanuel Simeu, UG France
– EN-Nouaari Abdesslam, INPT – Morocco
– Fabrice Monteiro, UL France
– Fadila BENTAYEB, Lumière Lyon 2 University, France
– Fatiha BARIGOU, University of Oran, Algeria
– Firdaous Marzouk, EMSI Morocco
– Ghalem BELALEM, University of Oran, Algeria
– Ghazi I. ALKHATIB – Hashemite University, Jordan
– Hafssa Benaboud, Mohammed V university, Morocco
– Hamid SERIDI – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Hasna BOUAZZA – USTO – MB, Algeria
– Hassan Badir, ENSA Tangier, Morocco
– Hassina ALIANE, CERIST, Algeria.
– Hassna Bensag, EMSI Morocco
– Hicham Hajji, SGIT, IAV- Morocco
– Hicham M. Alaoui, National C. for Climatic and Forest, Morocco
– Houssaine ZIYATI, Hassan II University, Morocco
– Idri Abdelfattah, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Ignacio Bosch Roig, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
– Ikram AMOUS – Sfax University, Tunisia
– Ishak MEDDAH – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Jabeur NAFAA, German University of Technology in Oman, Muscat, Oman
– Janet Light Thompson, University of New Brunswick, Canada
– Jorge Sá Silva, Coimbra Unievrsity, Portugal
– José E. M. Fernandes, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, Portugal
– Kamel Mohamed FARAOUN – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Karim BOUAMRANE- University of Oran 1, Algeria
– Karim Lamia, Hassan I University, Morocco
– Karim TAHARI, Laghouat University, Algeria
– Kenza Ait LKADI, IAV-Rabat – Morocco
– Khadija Bousmar, EMSI Morocco
– Khaled ZERAOULIA, USTHB University, Algeria
– Khoutir BOUCHEBOUT, USTHB University, Algeria
– Kuei-Ping Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan
– Ladjel BELLATRECHE, ENSMA, Poitiers, France
– Larbi SEKHRI – Université of Oran1, Algeria
– Latifa MAHDAOUI, USTHB University, Algeria
– LBAT Ahmed, LIG, Grenoble – France
– Luay Tahat, Gulf University for Science & Technology, Kuwait
– Mahieddine DJOUDI – University of Poitiers, France
– Mahmoud FAHSI – University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria
– Marco Zennaro, ICTP, Italy
– Marghoubi Rabia, INPT – Morocco
– Mebarka YAHLALI – University of Saida, Algeria
– Med Amine FERRAG – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Mehdi Bennis, University of Oulu, Finland
– Mehmet Aydin, University of the West of England, UK
– Mekhlouf DERDOUR – University of Tebessa, Algeria
– Meryem Khouil, EMSI Morocco
– Mohamad Badra, College of Technological Innovation, UAE
– Mohamed Amine BOUDIA – University of Saida, Algeria
– Mohamed BOULMALEF, UIR, Rabat, Morocco
– Mohamed Ennaji, ENSAM, Morocco
– Mohamed Sadik, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Mohamed Youssefi, ENSETM Maroc
– Mohammad Hammoudeh, Manchester University, UK
– Mohammed AMROUNE – University of Tebessa
– Mohammed BOUHORMA, FST Tangier, Morocco
– Mohammed Bousmah, UCD Morocco
– Mouhamad Chehaitly, UGA France
– Nabil Benamar, Moulay Ismaïl University, Morocco
– Nacira GHOUALMI-ZINE, Badji Mokhtar University, Algeria
– Nadia KABACHI, Lyon1 University, France
– Nadia Saber, EMSI Morocco
– Nadjia BENBLIDIA, SAAD D. University, Blida, Algeria
– Nerdjes BOUCHEMAL – University of Mila, Algeria
– Noria TAGHEZOUT – University of Oran, Algeria
– Nouria HARBI, ERIC, Lumière Lyon 2 University, France
– Nouria HARBI, ERIC, Lyon 2, France
– Okba KAZAR, Biskra University, Algeria
– Omar BOUSSAID – ERIC Laboratory, Lyon, France
– Otmane AIT MOHAMED, Concordia University, Canada
– Otmane Bouksour, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Oussama Rholam, EMSI Morocco
– Paolo Bellavista, University of Bologna, Italy
– Pardeep Kumar, University of Engineering, Pakistan
– Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, France
– Rachida FISSOUNE – ENSA Tangier, Maroc
– Reda ADJOUDJ – University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Reda Mohamed HAMOU, University of Saïda, Algeria
– Redouane Kanazy, EMSI Morocco
– Redouane Lguensat, Grenoble University, Grenoble, France
– S. Sid Ali, Blida University, Algeria
– Sacile Roberto (Università degli Studi di Genova, Genoa
– Said Bensbih, Hassan II University, Morocco
– Said BOUCHKAREN, ERMA, ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Saida LAZAAR, ERMA, ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Salim CHIKHI – University of Constantine 2, Algeria
– Sandro Bimonte: IRSTEA, Clermont-Ferrand, France
– Sara IBN AL AHRACH, IDS Team, Morocco
– Sebari Imane, SGIT, IAV- Morocco
– Selma KHOURI, HNSCS, Algeria
– Sidi-Mohamed BENSLIMANE – ESI-SBA, Algeria
– Sofiane B. HACENE, University of Sidi Bel-Abbes, Algeria
– Sohail Jabbar,  Kyungpook National University, South Korea
– Sonia LAJMI – Sfax University, Tunisia, Algeria
– Soufiane MEZROUI, LabTIC , ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Soumia BENKRID, HNSCS, Algeria
– Syed Hassan Ahmed, Georgia Southern University, USA
– Tijane Badri, EMSi Morocco
– Valentina Emilia BALAS- University of Arad, Roumania
– Vincenzo Gulisano, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
– Walid HIDOUCI, ESI, Algiers, Algeria.
– Yahia SLIMANI, University of Manouba, Tunisia
– Yamine AIT AMEUR, IRIT/INPT-ENSEEIHT, France
– Yann Benmaissa, INPT- Morocco
– Yaser JARARWEH, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
– Yasine LAAZIZ, LabTIC , ENSA Tangier- Morocco
– Yehia Taher, University of Paris-Saclay, France
– Zahoor Khan, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE
– Zaia ALIMAZIGH, USTHB University, Algeria
– Zaidouni Dounia, INPT – Morocco
– Zakaria BENDAOUD – University of Saida, Algeria
– Zekri LOUGMIRI – University of Oran1, Algeria
– Zineb Besri, Abdelmalek Essaadi University of Tetouan, Morocco
– Zineddine KOUAHLA – University of Guelma, Algeria
– Zitouni Beidouri, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco
– Zizette BOUFAIDA – University of Constantine 2, Algeria
  • Pr. Hicham HAJJI, IAV Rabat, Morocco
  • Pr. Rachida FISSOUNE, ENSA Tangier – Morocco

IMPORTANTES DATES

December 20-21, 2019 – Conference EVENT

The following important dates and deadlines must be respected:

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: August 15, 2019

  • Submission Deadline: September 20, 2019

  • Notification Due: October 20, 2019

  • Final Version Due: October 30, 2019

  • Registration: November 10, 2019

  • TBC

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Speakers and content

We strive to deliver diverse content and inspire researchers to share ideas and knowledge. Partial is dedicated to all conference-related technologies.

Poitiers University

Ladjel BALLATRACHE

Microsoft

Hicham Iraqi HOUSSAINI

Cognitus

Rafiqul Haque

DELL EMC

Mounir SOUSSI

TBC

PARTICIPANTS

64

SUB-TOPICS

10

SESSIONS

4

SPEAKERS

CONFERENCE AGENDA

day 1 agenda

thursday, december 20, 2019 - PRE-SUMMIT CONFERENCE

8:00AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00AM - 9:00AM

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9:00AM

Conference Opening

9:00AM - 9:45AM

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10:00AM

Case Study Presentation from Youtube

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Regina Hamilton – GM

Dome Technologies

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12:00PM

lunch with asian buffet

12:00PM - 01:00PM

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01:00PM

Fast Track Designation for responsive Devices

01:00PM - 02:45PM

Diane Mcfarland – Executive Director

Flypaper Systems

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03:00PM

Global Trial Placement Strategies

03:00PM - 05:00PM

Marcus Young Garcia – CEO

Black Destination Systems

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05:00PM

closing of conference day

05:00PM - 05:30PM

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day 3 Agenda

monday, june 24, 2015 - PRE-SUMMIT WORKSHOPS

8:00AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00AM - 9:00AM

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9:00AM

Conference Opening

9:00AM - 9:45AM

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10:00AM

Case Study Presentation from Youtube

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Regina Hamilton – GM

Dome Technologies

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non. Sed scelerisque, nisi non ultrices scelerisque, metus velit posuere augue, in fermentum risus ante sit amet nunc.

12:00PM

lunch with asian buffet

12:00PM - 01:00PM

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hendrerit facilisis pellentesque. Vivamus non aliquet sem nec mauris et ultrices.

01:00PM

Fast Track Designation for responsive Devices

01:00PM - 02:45PM

Diane Mcfarland – Executive Director

Flypaper Systems

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03:00PM

Global Trial Placement Strategies

03:00PM - 05:00PM

Marcus Young Garcia – CEO

Black Destination Systems

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05:00PM

closing of conference day

05:00PM - 05:30PM

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day 4 agenda

monday, june 25, 2015 - PRE-SUMMIT WORKSHOPS

8:00AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00AM - 9:00AM

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9:00AM

Conference Opening

9:00AM - 9:45AM

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10:00AM

Case Study Presentation from Youtube

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Regina Hamilton – GM

Dome Technologies

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non. Sed scelerisque, nisi non ultrices scelerisque, metus velit posuere augue, in fermentum risus ante sit amet nunc.

12:00PM

lunch with asian buffet

12:00PM - 01:00PM

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01:00PM

Fast Track Designation for responsive Devices

01:00PM - 02:45PM

Diane Mcfarland – Executive Director

Flypaper Systems

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03:00PM

Global Trial Placement Strategies

03:00PM - 05:00PM

Marcus Young Garcia – CEO

Black Destination Systems

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05:00PM

closing of conference day

05:00PM - 05:30PM

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risus ac auctor. Suspendisse convallis a neque quis ultricies. Aliquam consectetur, magna

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day 5 agenda

monday, june 26, 2015 - PRE-SUMMIT WORKSHOPS

8:00AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00AM - 9:00AM

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9:00AM

Conference Opening

9:00AM - 9:45AM

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Praesent pellentesque tempor sagittis. Suspendisse ornare urna in iaculis aliquet. Etiam lacinia elit eros. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et

magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Donec ullamcorper at leo nec condimentum. Fusce ultricies, purus eget consequat

euismod, massa lorem hendrerit nisi, sed aliquet lacus massa id odio. Donec libero augue, semper suscipit tristique et, finibus a est.

10:00AM

Case Study Presentation from Youtube

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Regina Hamilton – GM

Dome Technologies

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risus eget venenatis imperdiet. Cras maximus venenatis tortor a tincidunt. Quisque egestas tortor ligula, non pellentesque tortor fermentum

non. Sed scelerisque, nisi non ultrices scelerisque, metus velit posuere augue, in fermentum risus ante sit amet nunc.

12:00PM

lunch with asian buffet

12:00PM - 01:00PM

Praesent ut hendrerit enim, sed pellentesque turpis. Donec consequat sem felis. Nullam

hendrerit facilisis pellentesque. Vivamus non aliquet sem nec mauris et ultrices.

01:00PM

Fast Track Designation for responsive Devices

01:00PM - 02:45PM

Diane Mcfarland – Executive Director

Flypaper Systems

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finibus facilisis in nec nulla. Duis vulputate enim et odio placerat sodales. Proin semper est id nulla tempor, sed condimentum tellus

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scelerisque ac nec felis.

03:00PM

Global Trial Placement Strategies

03:00PM - 05:00PM

Marcus Young Garcia – CEO

Black Destination Systems

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nisl, ultrices non est pharetra, volutpat iaculis ipsum. Nunc quis ligula quis erat consectetur ultricies. Donec viverra, felis sit amet dapibus

pretium, lectus erat commodo sapien, ut ullamcorper tortor dui eget metus. Fusce pellentesque nulla at tristique congue. Donec laoreet

tristique auctor. Duis sagittis commodo maximus. Suspendisse interdum nulla ex, ac semper lorem consequat suscipit. Integer rhoncus

auctor nisi sed mattis. Sed blandit eu felis non malesuada. Vivamus dapibus nibh magna, a iaculis neque fermentum vitae.

05:00PM

closing of conference day

05:00PM - 05:30PM

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risus ac auctor. Suspendisse convallis a neque quis ultricies. Aliquam consectetur, magna

ac fringilla facilisis, urna dui accumsan nunc, id hendrerit nisi magna id augue.

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ABOUT SUBMISSION

INTIS'2019 Submission

Authors are invited to submit papers of 6 to 8 pages including results, figures and references through the conference website: (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=intis2019)                              

Submission must be original and should not been published previously or been under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this conference.

Submitted papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference with proceedings. Papers must be clearly presented in English, and formatted using ACM template (https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template-16dec2016)

Papers will be selected based on their originality, significance, relevance, and clarity of presentation assessed by at least three reviewers. Submission of a paper should be regarded as a commitment that, should the paper be accepted, and  one of the authors will register and attend the conference to present the work.


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Two outstanding papers will be selected to receive the Best Paper Awards.
Selected Extended (40% of modifications) papers will be published for potential publication in special and regular issues in selected indexed international journals .

    International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics              Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing

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  • Kenzi Solazur Hotel, INTIS Conference
    20-21 DECEMBER 2019
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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    Kenzi Solazur Hotel, AV Mohamed VI,
    90000 Tangier, Morocco

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