Present your recent research at IFED 2020, 24-25 March 2020, Tarbes, France

Next year’s workshop on “Digital Platform Ecosystems: From Interoperability to Federation” (IFED 2020) will be held in conjunction with the I-ESA 2020 conference, in Tarbes, France, March 24-25, 2020. IFED 2020 welcomes papers on interoperability and digital platforms designed and developed through International, European and national research projects and activities. As an example, the NIMBLE B2B platform will be shown during the workshop.

IFED 2020 addresses the present interoperability challenges for digital platform ecosystems and points at a variety of interoperation solutions, e.g. semantic interoperability at the data level (decoding the meaning of data), structural interoperability (decoding the organisation of data), syntactic interoperability (converting data from a serialised representation to an internal data structure). The workshop also addresses AI methods to leverage interoperation capabilities of federated platforms.

Consider submitting your research papers to IFED 2020, following the guidelines below:

  • All submitted papers must be original and not considered elsewhere for publication.
  • The papers should be written in English, formatted according to the template that is available from here and should not be longer than 6 pages.
  • Submit your papers through EasyChair:
  • Important Dates
    • Paper submission: January 15, 2020

    • Notification date: February 15, 2020

    • Final workshop paper: March 05, 2020

    • Registration details:

About Violeta Damjanovic-Behrendt

Violeta is a Senior Researcher in the area of digital manufacturing platforms and cybersecurity. She has been a member of the Internet of Things (IoT) group of Salzburg Research since 2014. Between 2006 and 2014, she was with the Knowledge and Media Technologies (KMT) group of Salzburg Research, working in the area of knowledge-based content management systems, semantic technologies and ontology engineering. Violeta holds a PhD in Information Technologies from the University of Belgrade. Prior to joining Salzburg Research in 2006, she was an applications developer (1998 – 2004) and a project manager (2004 – 2006) in the banking industry.

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