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Call for Papers CITED ̓ 2022

3d. International Symposium on:

Advanced Technologies, Renewable Energies and Economic Development.

February  9-10-11, 2023 in Al-Hoceima (Morocco)

♦ Important Dates:

Papers due (last deadline): DEC. 25, 2022
Notification of acceptance (2nd. deadline): DEC. 25, 2022
Final paper & Camera-ready due: OCT. 25, 2022
Registration for authors (last deadline): OCT. 25-30, 2022
CITED’2022 in OCTA days: NOV.  10-11-12, 2022
Best Paper Awards: NOV.  12, 2020

♦ CFP, SPECIAL ISSUES & KEYNOTES:

♦ Description

In a global context, more aware than ever, about climate change and challenges, from one hand and, shortages of current energy resources, from the other hand. It remains an undeniable fact today to observe that advanced technologies for industrial purposes and the implementation of efficient use of renewable energies, will be the pillars of modern economies and future challenges.

Shumpeter 1912, highlighted the relationship between the innovation factor and economic conjuncture; pattern of economic transition; i.e, theory of economic evolution. Analyzed in the context of economic cycles, the horizons of 2020-2030, appear according to the cycles of Kondratiev 1926, as the beginning of the transition to a new era of production, industrialization and means, which can now be explained by the rise of the green economy theme.

The international symposium CITED’2022, in its 3d.edition, aims to bring together the work on concerted and reflective research on the establishment of sustainable economic development based on technological advances, the optimal use of means and resources, and on renewable energies.

For researchers, technologists and R&D professionals, both public and private, in CITED’2022 int. event, will be the opportunity to present, share and evaluate scientific research, R&D and innovation, towards the rise of the green economy.

♦♦ OCTA Organization:

CITED’2022 event will be in the International Multiconference OCTA in Feb. 2023 and its projects, communities and scholarly societies (SIIE, ISKO-Maghreb, CITED and TBMS) in AL-Hoceima (Morocco). The organization is under the aegis of Abdelmalek Essaadi University & ENSAH (National School of Applied Sciences – Al-Hoceima) with its partners, and national & international sponsors.

 

♦ Topics :

The themes and topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

1– Advanced technologies for industrial use and others.
2– Renewable energies and research of new sources of energy.
3– Optimization of means and production systems.
4– Data science and economic development
5– Modern finance and technological advances.
6– Green economy and sustainable development.
7– Green finance.
8– Environmental Accounting.
9– Green marketing.
10– Green management.
11– E-Governance.
12– Models, Tools and Simulators for the green economy.
13– Policies and economic legislation relating to renewable energies.
14– Education and research programs in the development of the green economy.
15– Innovations and economic issues of the building energy transition.
16– Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and medium-sized enterprises (ETI) in the « Assessing low carbon transition » (ACT).
17– Energy audits of companies in compliance with normative standards in force.
18– Potential for economic growth in favor of the ecological and energy transition.
19– Ecological engineering: practices and Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) on the restoration, improvement and creation of ecosystems.
20– Implementation of ecological engineering: ethical, legal, political, economic and anthropological references.
21– Simulation, prediction and numerical modeling dedicated to decision support for ecosystems, systems of sustainable development and economic development.
22– Production management, Services, and Research and Development (R & D), in the field of materials, renewable energies and the environment.
23– Public health and environmental quality: investments in non-carbon energies.
24– Health, transport, energy and communication: investments in scientific research and technological innovations.
25– Knowledge and Know-how in the development of the green economy: theories, models and tools in the Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS).
26– Role of digital and the dematerialisation effects in the green economy.

 

♦ Programme Committee

♦♦ Presidents :

– Kaddour Amira, ENSTAB & Université de Carthage Tunisie.
– Sidhom Sahbi, President ISKO-Maghreb & Université de Lorraine France.

 

♦♦ Members : (in solicitation)

Abbesi Mohamed Ammar, University of Gafsa, Tunisia
Aboub Nedia, University la Manouba, Tunisia
Addam Mohamed, ENSA Al Hoceima, Morocco
Ahmadi Fatma, IEEE Tunisia & National Engineering School of Gabes, Tunisia
Alain Sylvestre, University of Grenoble, France
Arouri Mohamed, University Nice Côte d’azur, France
Batista Paulo, University of Évora, Portugal
Befort Nicolas, Chair of Industrial Bioeconomy Neoma Business School, France
Bellow Edgar, Chair of Industrial Bioeconomy Neoma Business School, France
Berrada Ilham, ENSIAS University Mohammed V de Rabat, Morocco
Boubakeur Ahmed, Ecole Nationale Polytechnique d’Alger, Algeria
Boussaid Omar, ERIC Lab & University Lumière Lyon2, France
Bouzaiene Afef, University of Carthage, Tunisia
CHICHTI Jameleddine, Montpellier Business School, France & Tunisie
Djebali Ridha, University of Jendouba, Tunisia
El-Bouhdidi Jaber, ENSA de Tetouan, Morocco
El-Ghoul Mansour, University of Lorraine, France
El-Haddadi Anass, Vice-President ISKO-Maghreb & ENSA Al Hoceima, Morocco
Hagui Abdelhamid, University of Carthage, Tunisia
Hajlaoui Makki, University of Carthage, Tunisia
HENRY Carole, ArcelorMittal, Luxembourg
JOMNI Fethi, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
KALLEL Ilhem, IEEE SMC Society chair, ISIMS University of Sfax, Tunisia
KAMMOUN Habib, IEEE Tunisia & University of Sfax, Faculty of Science, Tunisia
KENDO Sandra, University of Lorraine Neoma Business School, France
Khabbouchi Imed, University of Carthage, Tunisia
Khalfa Sana, IEEE Tunisia, Private Polytechnic School – Monastir, Tunisia
LAABIDI Nadia, Université de Carthage, Tunisia
Lhuillery Stéphane, Chair of Industrial Bioeconomy Neoma Business School, France
LU Xi, School of Environment, Tsinghu University & Harvard University, MA (USA)
MEZIANE Abdelkrim, Vice-President ISKO-Maghreb for Algeria & CERIST, Algeria
Mhamdi Faouzi, University of Jendouba, Tunisia
Naoui Kamel, University la Manouba, Tunisia
Rouahi Ahlem, Université de Jendouba, Tunisia
Zouaoui Mhamed, University la Manouba, Tunisia

 

♦ Language & Communication in Symposium:

Presidents of CITED’2022 encourage authors (senior, junior and professional) to submit proposals on a “LONG Abstract” in the recommended format (IEEE Template in 2 columns) in well written English or French. After reviews, the corrected and completed author’s proposal must be submitted in a final English full version.

–      First, long “Abstract” proposals must be written in English or French.

–      Second, final “Full” proposals must be written in English.

–      All data-show presentations (in PowerPoint) must be written in English.

–      Oral presentations and discussions are permitted in English and/or in French.

 

♦ Paper Guidelines:  (proposals in detailed ABSTRACT or in full PAPER)

  • Detailed abstract (Title, Abstract, Keywords and Short bibliography): in process of reviewing, you must select your « Title » that grabs attention with « Keywords », accurately describes the contents of your manuscript concisely by your « Abstract » with « Short bibliography », and makes people want to read further your « full text »: Prioritizing Communication Poster ;

or

  • Full text proposal: in process of reviewing, authors should propose the full version paper: Prioritizing Oral Communication.
  • Manuscripts must follow the Springer template guidelines, including figures, tables, and references. The paper must be prepared by using the template in MS Word or LaTeX as PDF files through EasyChair System below. The length of papers should not exceed 10 pages.
    (LNNS is indexed in SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt, zbMATH, SCImago, and submitted for consideration in Web of Science. Click here for more information.)

 

♦ Paper Rating:

  • The Scientific Committee will assess the relevance of each proposal and will propose appropriate changes.
  • The acceptance criteria are: originality of the contribution, importance to the community and impact on future scientific work, significance of results and quality of presentation.
  • Anti-plagiarism Policy: As part of the anti-plagiarism policy followed by CITED & OCTA multi-conference Int. Organization, the papers will be subject to anti-plagiarism software Compilatio (https://www.compilatio.net/).

 

♦ Submission Papers: On easychair platform for the Int. MultiConference OCTA ̓ 2022

  • Manuscripts must follow the Springer template guidelines, including figures, tables, and references. The paper must be prepared by using the template in MS Word or LaTeX as PDF files through EasyChair System below. The length of papers should not exceed 10 pages.
    (LNNS is indexed in SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt, zbMATH, SCImago, and submitted for consideration in Web of Science. Click here for more information.)

 

♦ Registration Fees: (in progress)

♦ Conference Venue: (in progress) AL-HOCEIMA (Morocco).

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