The conference organizers have organized special issues in renowned journals known for their high-quality reviewing process and covering a variety of topics related to intelligent environments. Intelligent environments are a distributed mix of intelligent systems, mobile devices and innovative services that are sensitive, adaptive and responsive to the presence of people, and able to anticipate user needs.
The main target is to gather quality research contributions in the most recent advancements in these next-generation technological ecosystems. The goal of the proposed special issues is to highlight the state-of-the-art and to address new research challenges on human factors, security and, user experience in intelligent environments. From highly rated papers, the organizers will select the top papers and invite the authors to submit a substantially extended version of their papers for possible consideration in any of the special issues below. Invitation may be also extended to some high-quality papers of workshop of the conference.
List of journal special issues
The extended version of selected papers in the field of well-being and human factors in intelligent environments will be invited to submit to a special issue at Applied human informatics (AHI) journal (http://www.ahi-soc.info/en/journal.html).
The extended version of selected papers in the field of Intelligent Environments and User Experience will be invited to submit to a special issue at Quality and User Experience (QUEX) journal (https://www.springer.com/journal/41233).
The extended version of selected papers in the field of security and advanced technology will be invited to submit to a special issue at Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE) (https://www.iospress.com/catalog/journals/journal-of-ambient-intelligence-and-smart-environments).