Call for Special Sessions

The goal of special sessions (5 papers) and special tracks (at least two sessions) is to provide focused discussions on new topics or innovative applications. Each prospective session/track organizer must submit a proposal, including the title of the session, a short description and the organizer name. Please contact us as soon as possible to help you in the organization of your special session. 

All submitted papers undergo the same review process, and submission to proposed sessions is not a guarantee of acceptance.

To sumbit your proposal, please fill in the form inside the following MS Word file, convert it as PDF, and upload the generated PDF to the PaperCept Conference Management System at: (click on the CoDIT 2020 link “Submit a special session to CoDIT 2020” and follow the steps.)

The proposals should be also send to the Special Sessions co-chairs (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

The proposals should be submitted before December 04, 2019.

Click on the icon to download the template.

Proposed Special Sessions

Special Session 1

Title: "Resilient Control in Large-Scale Networked Cyber-Physical Systems"

Session identification code: 91jm9

Proposed by:   

Prof. Giancarlo Fortino, University of Calabria, Italy

Prof. Giuseppe Franzè, University of Calabria, Italy

Prof. Walter Lucia, Concordia University, Canada

Prof. Francesco Tedesco, University of Calabria, Italy

Click here to download the Call for this Special Session

Special Session 2

Title: "Emergent Methods, Techniques and Tools for Cyber-Security (EMTTCS)"

Proposed by:   

Dr. Jaouhar Fattahi, Université Laval, Québec, Canada

Prof. Mohamed Mejri, Université Laval, Québec, Canada

Dr. Emil Pricop, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania

Prof. Mariam Wajdi Ibrahim, German Jordanian University, Jordan

Prof. Manolo Hina, ECE Paris-Lyon, France

Click here to download the Call for this Special Session