The workshops will be dedicated to exploring about the current status, challenges and perspectives of eSociety, eGovernance, eParticipation, eDemocracy, eGovernment and eHealth, and future directions in achieving social and political innovation.
Researchers, policymakers, civil society representative, open data activist and developer are invited to participate in the 3 thematic workshops that will facilitate cross sectoral and trans disciplinary collaboration, enable participants to analyze real challenges, priorities issues, propose solutions and commit to taking action.
We welcome contributions from a range of disciplines, such as public administration, political science, information systems, knowledge management, service management, economics, sociology, and law.
We invite full research papers, work-in-progress, as well as description of cases studies and novel computer applications.
The submission should be done through the Easy Chair conference management system (to be updated).
Submissions will be reviewed by the chairs of the workshops and may have to be revised according to review comments before final acceptance On acceptance, further instructions for preparing the camera-ready paper for the workshops will be provided.
Francisco Falcone, IEEE STC eGov
Evika Karamagioli, University of Athens, Greece