Applied Mathematics and Information Sciences is pleased to announce a special issue that will be published in Dec. 2018. This special issue seeks contributions from academia, industry and governmental research labs on a broad spectrum of methodologies and technologies, including ethnographically-based or field-based experiences that relate to Innovation and Advanced Technology and collaboration at both the client and backend levels. It invites papers aimed at a wide range of topics such as energy, clouds, robots and social networks, e-learning, e-business, e-health, emergency response, knowledge management, decision making and support, global grids, multi-agent systems, trust and cyber security, mobile clients, virtual environments, visualization, ubiquitous collaboration, user interfaces and related human and socio-technical collaboration issues.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
· Renewable Energy
· Emerging energy policies,
· Medical innovations,
· Transportation, telecommunications,
· Alternative and renewable energy,
· Tax credits,
· Energy efficiency
· Methodologies for Collaboration
· Interfaces for Collaborative Work
· Intelligent, autonomous and multi agents in collaboration
· Collaborative enterprise security and access control
Interested authors should send a one- to two-page abstract with title, authors, affiliations, emails and contact information, and a statement of their intent to submit a new manuscript to this special issue by the due date. The abstract should be sent as an email attachment to Editor-in-Chief, Prof. M. Abdel-Aty using the email firstname.lastname@example.org, by Aug. 15, 2018.