Department of Electrical Engineering
Juan Carlos Augusto
School of Computing and Mathematics
University of Ulster
Sensors, vision and networks
University of Amsterdam
Artificial Intelligence for AmI-SmE
University of Essex
Technical University of Eindhoven
Mobile and pervasive computing
Robotics for AmI-SmE
Multi-agents for AmI-SmE
Washington State University
Societal applications and implications
Boris De Ruyter
| Michael Beigl, University of Karlsruhe, Germany|| Ramón López-Cózar Delgado, University of Granada, Spain|
| Marc Bohlen, State University of New York, USA|| Michael Lew, Leiden University, The Netherlands|
| Andreas Butz, University of Munich, Germany|| Jinahua Ma, Hosei University, Japan|
| Juan Manuel Corchado, University of Salamanca, Spain|| Panos Markopoulos, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands|
| Kostas Daniilidis, University of Pennsylvania, USA|| Wolfgang Minker, University of Ulm, Germany|
| George Demiris, University of Washington, USA|| Tatsuya Nakajima, Waseda University, Japan|
| Monica Divitini, Norwegian University of Science, Norway|| Johan Plomp, VTT Electronics, Finland|
| Matjaz Gams, JSI, Slovenia|| Corien Prins, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, The Netherlands|
| Daniel Gatica-Perez, Idiap, Switzerland|| Gilles Privat, Orange Labs, France|
| Sylvain Giroux, University of Sherbrooke, Canada|| Hartmut Raffler, Siemens AG, Germany|
| Hans Guesgen, Massey University, New Zealand|| Roope Raisamo, University of Tampere, Finland|
| Hani Hagras, German University of El Cairo, Egypt|| Carlos Ramos, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal|
| Aki Harma, Philips Research, The Netherlands|| Jun Rekimoto, Tokyo University / Sony CSL, Japan|
| Sumi Helal, University of Florida, USA|| M. Sasikumar, CDAC Mumbai, India|
| Pertti Huuskonen, Nokia - NRC Tampere, Finland|| Ichiro Satoh, NII, Japan|
| Alejandro Jaimes, Yahoo! Research, Spain|| Daniel Shapiro, Applied Reactivity, USA|
| Achilles Kameas, Computer Technology Institute, Greece|| WenZhan Song, Washington State University, USA|
| Henry Kautz, University of Washington, USA|| Norbert Streitz, Smart Future Initiative, Germany|
| Minkoo Kim, Ajou University, Korea|| Steven Wilmott, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain|
| Richard Kleihorst, VITO NV, Belgium and Ghent University, Belgium|| Egon L. van den Broek, Book Reviews, University of Twente, The Netherlands|
See instructions to authors.
The new Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE) will serve as a forum to discuss the latest developments on Ambient Intelligence (AmI) and Smart Environments (SmE). Given the multi-disciplinary nature of the areas involved, the journal aims to promote participation from several different communities covering topics ranging from enabling technologies such as multi-modal sensing and vision processing, to algorithmic aspects in interpretive and reasoning domains, to application-oriented efforts in human-centered services, as well as contributions from the fields of robotics, networking, HCI, mobile, collaborative and pervasive computing. This diversity stems from the fact that smart environments can be defined with a variety of different characteristics based on the applications they serve, their interaction models with humans, the practical system design aspects, as well as the multi-faceted conceptual and algorithmic considerations that would enable them to operate seamlessly and unobtrusively. The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments will focus on both the technical and application aspects of these.
Submission of Manuscripts
The broad areas represented in the journal given the multi-disciplinary nature of the field and applications include:
Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
JAISE welcomes submissions of scientific papers, which will be peer-reviewed. These articles should be prepared following the journal's official format and submitted through the official online submission system. Scientific research papers make up the core of the issues of JAISE.
JAISE also considers less technical and shorter articles for inclusion, which can be useful for the scientific community:
(a) Short articles reporting on PhD theses recently defended in the technical areas relevant to the journal. Articles in this category are typically expected to be one page long and will contain information like the abstract of the thesis, details of the viva (date, place, members of the examination board) and a photo of the event. This article can be written by the student or by one of the supervisors.
(b) Opinion articles and letters which can help our community to reflect, discuss or encourage debate and joint work in certain areas.
Articles in any of these two categories should also be prepared following the journal's official format, but should not be submitted through the official submissions webpage, but sent directly to either of the co-Editors-in-Chief. These types of papers will not be peer-reviewed. The co-Editors-in-Chief will decide on the inclusion of these articles.
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