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[Commlist] Conference program announcement for CMI conference

Mon Nov 16 18:25:19 GMT 2020

Online CMI conference program and registration

CMI (Communication, Media and Information technologies) organizes annual conferences, this year entitled DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS – POTENTIALS AND CHALLENGESon 26-27 November.

The keynote speech will be delivered by Robin Mansell who will introduce her new book on platform economics co-authored with Ed Steinmueller, more than 40 papers will be presented, and there are plenary sessions on 6G and security and on smart cities.

Information on the conference and registration is found at <>

The conference is *online* and participation is *free of charge*.


Digital transformations - potentials and challenges

13th CMI conference - ONLINE - November 26-27, 2020

The online conference will be concerned with the potentials and challenges of the increasing use of digital technologies, the resulting digitalization of businesses, organizations and society in general and the resulting societal transformations. The conference will deal with positive potentials as well as problematic implications and challenges.

All suggestions for papers dealing with aspects of the processes of digital transformations are welcome. Two tracks are specified, a broad track on ‘Social and business applications for media, services and industry’ and a more specialized track on ‘Cyber security and privacy’.

Contributions can be either full research papers, position papers or posters.

Contributions within technology development as well as contributions discussing technology developments within social science or humanities frameworks are solicited. Presentations and discussions will take place via video conferencing.

Register for the 13th CMI conference

Download Program (draft)

Help and Technical Information

Topics of interest
Track 1: Social and business applications for media, services and industry

    AI/ML applications
    New mobile technologies
    Cloud and edge computing
    New business and service potentials
    Organizational challenges of AI/ML application
    New media developments
    Social media business models
    Business models of the dark net
    Forced digitalization caused by COVID-19
    Calculated audiences, calculated media and media made by numbers
Algorithmic recommendations: fairness, biases and automated decision making Techno-political aspects of media infrastructure - ownership, control, stability From physical to virtual service encounters and service delivery – what is gained, what is lost?

Track 2: Cyber security and privacy

    Cybersecurity and the GDPR
    Advancements on network intrusion detection
    Blockchain and cybersecurity: applications and attacks
    Privacy Enhancing Technologies
    Privacy by Design
    Collaborative defence mechanisms
    Automotive cybersecurity
    Attacker deception methods
    Security for the Internet of Things
    Security of software-defined infrastructures
    Trust and identity management
    Ethical issues of cybersecurity
    Ethical issues of privacy
    Computer ethics
    Offensive cybersecurity
    Cybersecurity and the well-functioning of transparent democracies
    AI, cybersecurity and privacy Policies for security and privacy
    Business models
    Digital Identity management
    Surveillance capitalism


The online conference is free of charge

Submissions must be original, unpublished in any of the above-mentioned topics or closely related topics. All types of contributions are welcome whether academic papers, industrial research, case studies, white papers, implementation reviews and so on.

Posters (2 pages extended abstract) are encouraged to provide opportunity to present early stages of work, and demos that otherwise not would be showed at the conference. Papers (4-6 pages) will be peer-reviewed. We have adopted the IEEE publication format. Submissions should be in English, in PDF format with all fonts embedded, formatted using the IEEE conference template, found here: Selected conference papers will be submitted to IEEE for a possible inclusion into IEEE Xplore database. The submission of abstracts, papers and posters must be done via Easychair:
IMportant dates

    Abstracts deadline: 15 August 2020 - extended to 29 August
    Notification of Acceptance: 8 September 2020
    Final manuscript / presentation: 15 October 2020
    Notification of acceptance of the final paper: 15 November 2020
    Print ready version papers 10 December


Prof. Anders Hansen Henten, (henten /at/,

Associate Prof: Jannick Sørensen, (js /at/
Assistant Prof: Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis, (emv /at/
Associate Prof: Lene Tolstrup Sørensen, (ls /at/

Assistant Prof: Sokol Kosta, (sok /at/
conference publication chair

Idongesit Williams (Ph.D) (idong /at/

Birger Andersen, Technical University of Denmark
Ignacio Arnaldo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Erik Bohlin, Chalmers University of Technology
Morten Falch, Aalborg University
Heikki Hämmäinen, Aalto University
Anders Henten, Aalborg University
Christian Damsgaard Jensen, DTU
Shankar Karuppayah, TU-Darmstadt
Samant Khajuria, TERMA
Egon Kidmose, Aalborg University
Sven Lindmark, University of Gothenburg
Per Lynggaard, DTU
Raffaele Montella, University of Naples Parthenope and University of Chicago
Henning Olesen, Aalborg University
Jens Myrup Pedersen, Aalborg University
Jari Porras, LUT
Gleb Radchenko, South Ural State University
Knud Erik Skouby, Aalborg University
Cedomir Stefanovic, Aalborg University

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