The 6th call of ICTEA 2016, the international conference on New Advanced Methodologies and Techniques in Scientific Research invites you to submit scientific research works to promote growth in new methods intimately related to several areas of economy and society in order to support new challenges of global development and changes. We provide you with particular topics to explore various themes with the respective, but not limited to, sub-topics:
Track 1: Information and Communication Technology, New Models in Software Engineering, Software Testing, Modeling and Simulation, Service-oriented Computing and Cloud Computing, Educational Informatics, Information Security, Information & Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence, Multi-Agent Systems, Robotics, Semantic Web Technologies, Social Media Networks, Wireless Access Networks Mobile Networks, Health Informatics, Geographical Information Systems
Track 2: Economics, Innovation and development, Managment and marketing, Finance and Financial Systems, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Development, Tourism Growth and regional Development, Applied Statistics, Public management, Foreign Direct Investment, Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics, Change & Innovation Management
Track 3: Knowledge society and human development, Educational Psychology, Health Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Emotional Intelligence & Well Being, Motivation, Attention & Human performance, Cognitive Neuroscience, Cyber Psychology and Social Networks, Sociology, Modern Sociological Theory, Gender Studies, Urban Sociology, Sociology and Architecture, Inequality and Social Exclusion, Religiosity, Ethnicity and Identity, Social Policy
Track 4: Social studies, Europeanisation, Crime (Deviance) and Criminal Justice, Politics and International Relations, Political Thought: Ideas and Ideologies, The Politics of Globalization and media role, Defence and Diplomacy. Crisis Management effects, Public Health and Social Care Policy, The Politics of Post-Communism and Transition, Parties, Elections and Electoral Systems, EU Policy and Integration, Migration related issues, Public Administration, Strategic Studies, Environment and Regional Development, E-Democracy and new models of participation, Smart governance including smart cities, Legal impact of innovative social services, Benefit management and performance of technology-supported public sector activities, Exchanging experiences on social studies.